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Jimmy Savile scandal: Police skipped 7 chances to arrest DJ during his life

Written on:October 26, 2023
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Apart from the sex abuse allegations, Jimmy Savile has had to face accusations of being a necrophiliac

Another twist in Jimmy Savile sex abuse case comes as it is revealed that the UK police apparently overlooked seven chances to detain and investigate Jimmy Savile when he was still alive. The police have been accused of inaction on these seven occasions when they had a chance to book the living Jimmy Savile over squalid sexual abuse allegations against him.

Meanwhile, in related news, the recent Panorama Jimmy Savile documentary attracted in excess of 5 million viewers.

Scotland Yard, which, in the previous week, uttered that it had no record of complaints against Jimmy Savile, has now professed that a woman contacted them in the 1980s as did another female in 2003.

In 2009, the Surrey police apparently cancelled a probe into four sexual attacks connected to the Jimmy Savile sex scandal. Jersey bobbies annulled another inquest, involving a male victim of an alleged Jimmy Savile sexual assault.

Paul Gambaccini, the Late DJ’s former colleague, has alleged that Jimmy Savile loved necrophilia, which is the latest execrable allegation to wallop Jimmy Savile after his death in 2011.

Lord Patten, the Chairman of the BBC Trust, who has been besieged by disparagements over the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal, confessed on Thursday that BBC had been surrounded by a ‘tsunami of filth’ regarding Jimmy Savile, the ex-BBC presenter, who was conferred the knighthood in 1996.

BBC, Jimmy Savile’s former employer, has been shredded by political and media attacks over its management of the Jimmy Savile scandal when the man himself was alive. That was the time speculation about Savile’s lasciviousness had started coming to light albeit in a hush-hush fashion.

Lord Patten has remarked that the BBC has suffered awful damage because of the Jimmy Savile scandal. Heads could roll, warned the Chairman.

Met Police Commander Peter Spindler has voiced that 300 ‘victims’ had come forward in the last three weeks. The force was working on 400 lines of inquiry and the investigational scale was labelled as staggering by Spindler.

Meanwhile, on BBC’s Question Time, Business Secretary Vince Cable has initiated a scorching attack on the CPS for not initiating a prosecution against Savile in 2009 despite having plentiful evidence.

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5 Comments add one

  1. Alec says:

    I am shocked that this could happen in the UK….an advanced nation….such despicable police inaction…

  2. Phillip says:

    Shame on the police!…..absolutely disgusting this man was….look at Jimmy Savile’s case and you realise that this is the age of evil….or as the Hindu people of India say, ‘Kali Yug’………

  3. Andrew says:

    ‘tsunami of filth!’ rightly describes his insanity. So many lives destroyed by him and no justice can be delivered to them. Sad!

  4. Richard says:

    He was into necrophilia?! Disgusting! Feeling angry and sad that such a criminal was let off seven times! He was insane and so was the police!

  5. Paul says:

    Wow! One hell of a lucky man this scum was! How could they let him off so many times?

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