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Pedogate: Ex British Prime Minister Pedophile Investigation Shut Down By Elites

Huge cover up of former PM child rape and murder investigating

By: Jay Greenberg  |@NeonNettle
 on 20th March 2017 @ 12.01pm
investigations into the former prime minsiter have been shut down and covered up © Press
Investigations into the former Prime Minsiter have been shut down and covered up

The investigations into the former British Prime Minister, Sir Edward Heath, for child rape and murder have been shut down and covered up to block evidence exposing the Elite pedophile ring he was believed to be part of becoming public.

Operation Conifer began investigating the ex-PM, who died in 2005 aged 89, in 2015 with friends of Ted Heath claiming it uncovered "no evidence" despite confirmation from UK police last month that they had uncovered evidence of prolific pedophilia.

One source told The Sunday Telegraph that the case has been shut down and sealed by "orders from above" and private detectives who were hired to aid the investigation have had their contracts canceled.

The Daily Mail reports: Following reports of criticism of the case, Chief Constable for Wiltshire Police Mike Veale penned a 1,600-word open letter defending the investigation and published it online in December.

In the letter, Mr. Veale said that when he took on this investigation he knew it would 'attract intense scrutiny', however he said he was 'very concerned and profoundly disappointed' about the speculations that had been made, and the 'impact' that this could have on the 'the public's confidence in the police'.

He added: 'This is not a 'fishing trip' or 'witch-hunt' – both of these terms have been unfairly leveled at us. The legal role of the police service is to, on behalf of the public, impartially investigate allegations without fear or favor, and go where the evidence takes us.

'Critically, it is not the role of the police to judge the guilt or innocence of people in our Criminal Justice System.'

A spokesman for Wiltshire Police said of the final report: 'Our approach to public confidence is to be as open and transparent as possible, and at the conclusion of the police investigation, the force will take advice as to what we can legally put into the public domain.'

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