|Was Putney Boy Killed By Westminster Paedophile Ring?|
His father believes "that there has been a huge cover up"
The police are reportedly considering re-opening an investigation into the murder of a child more than thirty years ago as speculation grows that the death may be linked to a paedophile ring which included several prominent figures.
Eight year old Vishal Mehrotra lived in Putney when he vanished while out with his sister and nanny on 29th July 1981, (the day of the marriage of Lady Diana and Prince Charles). A few months later his body was found on Sussex marshland. His father says he was contacted by a male prostitute at the time who revealed the boy might have been abducted and murdered at the notorious Elm Guest House in neighbouring Barnes.
The house, which is now a private residence remains the subject of Operation Fairbank, an ongoing investigation into allegations of child abuse by prominent British men in the 1970s and 80s. According to The Independent, alleged visitors include a Labour MP, several Tory politicians, judges, and pop stars.
In a recent interview with The Telegraph, Mr. Mehrotra said that a few months after his son went missing, a young man in his 20s got in contact and mentioned the paedophile ring, and the politicians and judges involved. He told The Telegraph he said:"I was contacted by a young man. He told me he believed Vishal may have been taken by paedophiles in the Elm Guest House. He said there were very highly placed people there. He talked about judges and politicians who were abusing little boys. I recorded the whole 15-minute conversation and took it to police. But instead of investigating it, they just pooh-poohed it and I never heard anything about the tape again. The whole thing went cold."
November 27, 2014