Savile "sex mad', Top British publicist charged, Cult leader on run/ritual crime
- describes crimes
- Top British publicist charged with 11 sex assaults
- Disgraced Jimmy Savile was 'sex mad' during 1970s Irish trip
- Cult leader on the run over baby's ritual bonfire killing in Chile as
four appear in court including the child's mother
Top British publicist charged with 11 sex assaults
LONDON Fri Apr 26, 2013 3:10pm EDT
(Reuters) - Celebrity publicist Max Clifford on Friday became the first
high profile figure to be charged in a wide-ranging investigation into a sex
scandal that has grabbed front page headlines in Britain in recent months.
Clifford, 70, was charged with 11 counts of indecent assault, prosecutors
said, including on two underage girls, after being arrested in December as
part of an investigation into sex crime allegations against the late Jimmy
Clifford, whose clients have included "The X Factor" reality TV creator
Simon Cowell, is best known in Britain for selling "kiss and tell" stories
about the rich and famous to scandal-hungry tabloid newspapers.
"Having completed our review, we have concluded that there is sufficient
evidence and it is in the public interest for Mr Clifford to be charged with
11 offences of indecent assault relating to seven complainants," the Crown
Prosecution Service's Alison Saunders said in a statement....
Disgraced Jimmy Savile was 'sex mad' during 1970s Irish trip
Fellow celebrities arrested in sweep are a who's-who of 70s pop
By IrishCentral Staff Writers, Friday, April 26, 2013
Jimmy Savile, once the biggest star in the BBC's pop pantheon, was
obsessed with sex and that fact came to light during his many visits to Ireland in
the early Seventies.
According to the Daily Mail the disgraced media personality who was
revealed to be a pedophile after his death was heard making suggestive comments
to young Irish girls he met, sometimes in front of their own parents. Later
he bounced young girls on his knee without challenge.
The star, most famous for his turns on Top of the Pops and Jim'll Fix It,
was a regular visitor to Ireland throughout his decades long career and for
the first time an eyewitness has come forward to document his behavior.
RTE's former head of entertainment David Blake Knox, who was paid to spend
a day with Savile while he attended a charity event in Ireland in the
1970s has come forward with a shocking portrait of the British DJ and charity
'My abiding memory of Jimmy Savile is that he talked about sex the whole
time. I was actually quite shocked because I wasn't used to hearing adults
talking about sex as crudely as he did. The way he talked about young women
was shocking. I remember him making suggestive comments to young girls
sometimes in front of their parents, and even priests,' Blake Knox told the
Cult leader on the run over baby's ritual bonfire killing in Chile as four
appear in court including the child's mother
Mother, 25, told police she is 'devastated' but sect members said it 'had
to be' because it was 'her karma'
Three-day-old infant placed on board with her mouth taped and thrown into
Ringleader last seen heading for Peru to buy hallucinogenic drug
By Daily Mail Reporter 27 April 2013
A cult leader was being hunted today over the horrific ritual killing of
his three-week-old baby as four of his followers appeared in court -
including the child's mother.
Natalie Guerra, 25, hid her face in a coat as she attended a hearing into
the killing of her daughter who was burned alive on a bonfire.
She put a hand over her mouth as she sat alongside sect members Carla
Franchy, Maria del Pilar Alvarez and David Pastene during the tribunal in
Quilpe, 70 miles west of Santiago.
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