NEWS RELEASE 20 July 2012
New Blog online: Exposing Paedophilia and Police Corruption
- Having sold “endowment mortgages” and “lifespan policies” for London & Manchester Insurance Co, now FPLMA, clients complained and the FSA found them to be illegal
- But, instead of making up for their shortcomings with appropriate “Offer Letters”, the company made it its policy to cover up their illegalities.
- A company solicitor colluded by selling wills to insurance customers and devising policies to deceive knowingly.
- Clients were defrauded such that their back payments often were less than what they had paid in.
Having been warned that his life would be ruined, if he didn’t back off, he discovered that he had been put falsely on unnecessary medication, twelve years later. Expecting to die soon, he moved to Malta in 2006, where he was given information that rather surprised him:
- Arms used by terrorist forces in Afghanistan were actually supplied by the British Government
- Handing this information to the Police in 1989, he was told “it won’t go any further, because of orders from above”.
- Instead of investigating the allegation for the benefit of the Forces, all documentation he supplied was returned to the arms dealer the same day.
- The lack of investigations into the Madeleine McCann case is a perfect example for police corruption and cover up
- Mr Bellett says: “A conversation which seemed insignificant at the time has become very significant since, but the Police who said that he would be contacted by someone from the Murder Squad, even a year later, still hasn’t made contact.”
- In his 58-page document, the Portuguese Investigation Officer Goncalo Amaral writes: “The only objective of a criminal investigation is the search for truth. There is no place for the ‘politically correct’.”
- His personal experience of The Stealing of Baby Harley and other child snatching cases in South Wales compel him to publish what he knows.
With his blog, Mr Bellett hopes that Mr Keith Vaz MP’s promise to investigate the IPCC will soon become reality, as well as the request of 91 MPs who signed Early Day Motion (EDM) 1609 for a Royal Commission into Policing. A precedent was set in 1996 by the Royal Commission into New South Wales Police in Australia which resulted in “corruption, reform and paedophilia” as the titles of their findings. Further information from Sabine McNeill on 07968 039 141 or Peter Bellett on 07811 856 379.