Other People involved?
James Stuart Hall worked as a TV presenter for the BBC he was appointed as Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2012 New Year Honours for services to broadcasting and charity, but the honour was formally annulled by the Queen in October 2013, due to his conviction for sex offences.
The Dame Janet Smith Review, released 25 February 2016, found that Hall had assaulted 21 female victims at the BBC, the youngest of whom was aged ten, between 1967 and 1991. The report found that some BBC staff members were aware he was bringing underage girls into his dressing room for sex, but his “untouchable” celebrity status stopped them from passing complaints to senior management.
Max Clifford a Publicist, Dave Lee Travis a Disk Jockey, Chris Denning a Former Radio One Disk jockey, Michael Salmon a Medical doctor at the Stoke Mandeville Hospital, where Savile allegedly abused some of his victims, and previously-convicted sex offender, Gary Glitter were convicted and at least 13 others were arrested but not charged.
There were no police officers arrested and no politicians arrested. Cliff Richard was arrested and his house raid broadcast live by the BBC but at the same time the BBC and all other British mainstream media seem to be turning a blind eye to the politicians.
The cover up.
There seems to be a huge cover up going on, from missing documents, calls from MI5 and special Branch and in Parliament itself to release suspects. The cover up has no evolved to Internet censorship, Social media sites like Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter, YouTube and others have been aggressively censoring this kind of material and subject for years effectively silencing victims.
But the cover up also involves mainstream media who chose to overlook many of the accusations and fail to report information on the Houses of Commons blocking an investigation.
The friend and retired BBC worker said the late Crimewatch host was told DJs, celebrities and other staff were involved in organised abuse.
But the anonymous source says “no one wanted to know” when Miss Dando raised concerns about the alleged ring and other sexual abuse claims at the BBC.
She is said to have passed a file to senior management in the mid-1990s, but they never carried out an investigation.
The 37-year-old TV presenter was shot dead on April 26, 1999, on the doorstep of her home in west London. The crime remains unsolved.
The source said: “I don’t recall the names of all the stars now and don’t want to implicate anyone, but Jill said they were surprisingly big names.
“I think she was quite shocked when told about images of children and that information on how to join this horrible paedophile ring was freely available.
“Jill said others had complained to her about sexual matters and that some female workmates also claimed they had been groped or assaulted.
“Nothing had been done and there seemed to be a policy of turning a blind eye.”
The former colleague said female BBC staff confided in Jill, one of the best-known TV faces of the day after fronting primetime shows including Holiday and the Six O’Clock News as well as Crimewatch.
Miss Dando joined a campaign to help children spot paedophiles the year before she died.
She had received death threats, putting the BBC in lock-down, with armed guards patrolling Television Centre in London.
Her death sparked one of Britain’s biggest murder hunts. Barry George was found guilty in 2001, but his conviction was quashed in 2008.
Did Jill Dando die because of what she knew?
The BBC tell us “parts of the media – particularly the online, alternative media – raced down that road, publishing wild stories without pausing to check if they were true. A lot of things have been published that should never have been.” BBC definitely is not part of that media because they have simply ignored it for years.