Westminster child abuse inquiry: Former Met Police detective removed from post 'because he named suspected paedophiles'
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of The Independent (One of the UK's leading newspapers)
Posted: July 22nd, 2014
A former Metropolitan Police detective was removed from his post in an investigation into alleged child sex abuse after revealing politicians were suspects, he has claimed. Clive Driscoll, a Detective Chief Inspector who has since retired, [said] he was conducting an inquiry in 1998 into reported paedophile activity at childrens homes in Lambeth, south London, in the 1980s. Mr Driscoll said he had a list of suspects he wanted to look at, including local and national politicians in power during the period. Mr Driscoll said he had disclosed suspects names and was afterwards informed it was inappropriate and taken off the case. He added: "Whenever people spoke to you and shared their fears and their story about what they had seen, it was almost on the proviso that they wouldn't make a statement and that they would be scared if you released who those people were that were talking for fear of reprisals to both themselves and their families." Investigations are believed to have continued into more than 20 children's homes after Mr Driscoll was moved. Mr Driscoll ... claimed there were discussions within the Met about withholding documents from an independent inquiry into the original investigation. Some of the allegations could be considered in the Governments inquiry into allegations of an establishment cover-up of child abuse allegations. A spokesman at Scotland Yard said the Mets Directorate of Professional Standards was looking into Mr Driscolls claims and they would be fully investigated.
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