Police investigating ‘Westminster paedophile ring’ murders reportedly given new leads

The police have received new information about the horrific murders


by Fiona Day |
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Officers investigating the murder of three boys linked to an alleged Westminster paedophile ring were given ‘new leads’ following a public appeal for information.

According to The Mirror a middle-aged man- who has chosen to remain anonymous- claimed that MPs and other high-profile figures knew about and were linked to the murders, which took place in the 1970s.

A statement from the Metropolitan Police said: “Following the appeal on Thursday December 18 with Detective

Superintendent Kenny McDonald from the Homicide and Major Crime Command, the incident room have received calls and information which the team will now begin working on.”

The investigation could implicate several high-profile figures
The investigation could implicate several high-profile figures

A witness reportedly gave a ‘harrowing account’ to police detectives about how himself and other boys were taken in cars to ‘sex parties’ where they were horrifically abused.

The investigation- named Operation Midland- continues to investigate the murders and the alleged paedophile ring which operated during the same time.

Scotland Yard continues to appeal for anyone with information to contact the Investigation Team on 020 8721 4005, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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