“My walk is waiting”

The Slog has learned that, following a sleepless night and acute upset at the slurs made against him yesterday, Bryn Estyn whistleblower Steven Messham (left) is causing concern, having been missing for eight hours.

“He’s still not back,” one of his housemates told me at 1 pm today, adding “The last message he left was ‘my walk is waiting’. That was 7 or 8 hours ago. Nothing since…who are these establishment types who think they can spy on us and abuse us like we are nothing?”

The source was referring to articles in yesterday’s Mail on Sunday, and the idiotically insensitive comments of David Toe-sucker Mellor. He tells Steve’s disappearance behaviour is unusual for his friend, who had a bath in the early hours of this morning after being in tears for most of yesterday. The informant added:

“‘my walk is waiting’ sounds quite haunting. Where he is god knows, we wish we did…”

What is behind this wilful desire of the UK’s media set to obfuscate Messham’s role, the McAlpine family role, and to allow the ridiculous BBC sliding-doors-on-ice-sitcom-gala to take centre stage in the context of a hideous sex scandal?

I doubt if anyone can answer that, but before more distracting shouts of “innuendo!” emanate from the Carlton Club, let’s stick to solid, recorded evidence for a while:

At the Waterhouse Tribunal:

Gerard Elias QC: “Does the name McAlpine mean anything to you.”

Steven Messham: “Yes, sir.”

Elias: “In what context?”

Messham: “I was also abused by him sexually.”

Sir Ronald Waterhouse: “Is the person you referred to alive or dead?”

Messham: “I believe he is dead.”

Right, are we all clear on this? The McAlpine Messham was referring to is dead. So then, not Lord Alastair McAlpine. So why did the BBC nail his Lordship? Why have the media ignored the deceased nature of the suspect? Why did the Mail rubbish Messham in yesterday’s two articles?

OK, here is another fact. The two authors of one of yesterday’s Mail pieces, David Rose and Bob Woffingden, were both called to give evidence to a May 2002 Home Affairs Committee report on child abuse allegations – chaired by Chris Mullin, and joined by one David Cameron.

Bob Woffingden is a member of the British False Memory Syndrome group: their evidence has been used to take children from their parents in the Secret Family Courts, and dismiss evidence against paedophile social workers.

David Rose is a former member of MI5.

So then….not just objective MoS hacks.

They appeared in their 2002 evidence to be claiming that the paedophile perpetrators in question had suffered a gross miscarriage of justice. The Dept Of Health Bryn Estyn report (only 2 years later) shamed both their testimonies. Perhaps they’re still feeling sore. Or perhaps they have another agenda? I think we should be told.

Right then detractors, is this non-innuendo enough for you? No?

Fine, what about this:

The Waterhouse report contains Steven Messham’s statement to the police. In it, Steven testified that his abuser “had several cars and a chauffeur.”
The abusers would wait for Steven Messham at the bottom of a lane near Bryn Estyn children’s home when Steven had a late pass from the home. Messham was then abused in the car in a lay-by, and at the Crest Hotel in Wrexham.

Local Welsh councillor Keith Gregory has tesified that boys from Bryn Estyn would be taken to the homes of two McAlpine family members in the area – Gerwyn Hall and Marchwiel Hall, both a few miles from Wrexham town centre. Gerwyn Hall was occupied by Jimmie McAlpine, who died in 1991. Marchwiel Hall was the home of Jimmie’s sister. Their son, John Bell, lived at Marchwiel Hall at the time. He now lives in Thailand.

Jimmie McAlpine’s ID fits to the letter with his chauffeurs, his massive car collection, the house where he lived, the hotel he frequented, and the golf club membership he shared at the time with the two leaders at Bryn Estyn….both of whom went to jail on multiple charges of buggery.

Here’s my take on this last part: it is NOT innuendo, it is very powerful and consistent circumstantial evidence. At the time it should have been more than enough to put Jimmie McAlpine into a police HQ for questioning. But that didn’t happen.

There is an overpowering smell of rotting flesh in all this, but as the huge injustice done by the depraved of our nation goes out of focus, the main media of our Septic Isle are concerned with….revolving doors at the BBC.

Give me strength.

Currently in the works: The Carlton Club connection, and one of the biggest high-level paedophile rings ever investigated.