21 Oct 2013

Police ‘censored’ 2009 interview with Jimmy Savile so it removed all reference to the Royal Family


‘Police have censored a 2009 interview with Jimmy Savile by redacting all mentions of the royal family, it has been claimed.
Transcripts from the Surrey Police report were released last week with 96 lines blacked out.
But according to the Daily Star Sunday, they had first gone to Buckingham Palace to vet, as they were ‘mentioned’ in the documents.’

Read more: What I have been saying about child-procurer Savile from the start – the royal family are in it up to their crowns and coronets and the truth will bring down the monarchy

BBC top brass to face Commons grilling over Jimmy Savile 'cover-up'


‘BBC chiefs Lord Hall and Lord Patten will be grilled by MPs this week over an alleged ‘cover-up’ in the £3million inquiry into the Corporation’s failure to expose the Jimmy Savile scandal.

The Mail on Sunday understands the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee will call up Lord Hall, the BBC’s director-general since April, and Lord Patten, BBC Trust chairman, on Tuesday.

They will be asked about their refusal to investigate why key evidence about ex-BBC director-general Mark Thompson was excluded from the Pollard Review – the report into Newsnight’s axed expose of the disgraced DJ.’

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