Will operation conifer bury Edward Heath’s child abuse? Operation Conifer is the ongoing probe by the Wiltshire police into allegations of child abuse by ex-Prime Minister Edward Heath. The £700.000 (891,000 USD) investigation is according to Mike Veale, the Chief Constable of Wiltshire Police, is valid and necessary.
However, Veale writes in an open letter that “I have a strong and obvious public duty to investigate allegations of non-recent child abuse against Sir Edward Heath through an objective and proportionate investigation in line with national guidance.
At the conclusion of the investigation, a confidential closing report will be written. Our approach to public confidence is to be as open and transparent as possible, and at that time I will take advice as to what I can legally put into the public domain.”
If the findings are not made public what justification is there for spending the enormous amount of money on the investigation? Is the investigation justified? Of course, it is! Potential victims have made complaints of horrendous sexual abuse by ex-prime minister Edward Heath.
It is worth noting that so many of these investigations seem to proceed once the perpetrators are dead. Furthermore, as the police dig, they will have exposed other crimes by perverts at all levels of society. It seems that the Elite often get away completely while low-level abusers get nailed.
All police investigations should transparent and the findings released to the public.
Will Operation Conifer Bury Edward Heath’s Child Abuse?
#EdwardHeath #ChildAbuse #WiltshirePolice