Secret ‘Unnatural Sex’ File Names Top Diplomat – Sir Peter Hayman

Sir Peter Hayman

The late Sir Peter Hayman

By @ShaunyNews Via: My words and links below.

I wrote a few days ago to expect other names to come out soon and here we are, a dead guy! Expect more dead guys to come out to take the blame over the coming weeks. Sadly the dead get away with it and are used to keep the living safe. I am not surprised by this at all. Watch this space. Don’t forget Friday the 13th UK. 

Anonymous-#OpDeathEaters | February, Friday 13th
Via AnonInsiders on You Tube

Friday 13th February we all have a chance, should we be aware of this story and want the truth told, to go to the streets and make a stand for all that is right. I will leave the website below the video and also the content. I will keep you up to date here via #OpDeathEaters and this date as I stumble across it online. Let us get this stopped, let us not turn a blind eye, let us now pretend this is not happening, let us walk the streets in peace and ask for this alleged Evil to be stopped and put where they deserve

A top British diplomat was the focus of a secret government file about his “unnatural” sexual behaviour, Sky News can reveal. The file, which has just been released to the National Archives, names the late Sir Peter Hayman as the subject of the file prepared for then-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. It has now been transferred to the archives in Kew, south west London, under the title “PREM 19/588 SECURITY. Sir Peter Hayman: allegations against former public official of unnatural sexual proclivities; security aspects”. Sir Peter died in 1992 but during his career worked as a diplomat including as High Commissioner to Canada. He also worked for intelligence service MI6.

File 1

He was named as an abuser of children by the MP Geoffrey Dickens in the 1980s and also had links to the controversial Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE). The files reveal for the first time that Margaret Thatcher was in regular correspondence over what she describes in one handwritten letter as the “Hayman matter”.

File 2

The diplomat regularly sent obscene material through the post and kept detailed records of his sexual activities and fantasies. Two incidents that may have been significant are noted in the report: one while Sir Peter was working in Baghdad, the other in Ottawa, Canada. No details of what happened are included.

He had also been exposed as someone with links to paedophilia in Private Eye magazine and the file shows that the official response was that the claims were “generally accurate”. Thatcher’s government advisers were also acutely concerned with how they would handle questions about the diplomat, with one briefing not highlighting the line to take for any interviews. It said: “There has been no cover up.”

The existence of the file in the National Archives catalogues was highlighted by Dr Chris Murphy, a lecturer at Salford University, who alerted Sky News. Dr Murphy said he was pleased at the decision to release the file.

He told Sky News: “I’m surprised – albeit pleasantly so – to see a decision to withhold a file under Section 3(4) of the Public Records Act reversed like this. “In my experience this is quite unusual and I think it has to make us wonder about the decision to withhold it in the first place.”

The file has been retained on grounds of national security and held by officials at the Cabinet Office, the department responsible for the smooth running of government. Following the Sky News report the matter was raised in the House Of Commons, where MPs called for it to be made public. MP John Mann, who campaigns on the issue of child abuse, said: “All of these files that have been classified need to be opened up. “This one is of great importance. There could well be some very significant information in it and it needs to be looked at.”

Peter Wanless, chief executive of the NSPCC – who was commissioned last year by the Home Office to examine Government files that may be relevant to the abuse inquiries – told Sky News that to the best of his knowledge he did not see this specific file during his inquiries. Tom Watson MP said on Friday: “Without Sky News revealing the existence of this document, it wouldn’t have been made available for public scrutiny. “What else was known about Hayman and his associates?”

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Mother shot dead at a Walmart by her 2-year-old son when he accidentally discharged a gun concealed in her purse

Tragic accident: A 2-year-old boy accidentally killed his a 29-year-old mother Veronica Rutledge at a Hayden, Idaho Walmart after reaching into her bag and triggering her hidden gun Read more:  Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Tragic accident: A 2-year-old boy accidentally killed his a 29-year-old mother Veronica Rutledge at a Hayden, Idaho Walmart after reaching into her bag and triggering her hidden gun

By @ShaunyGibson Via Associated Press

I can’t believe all these tragic events over the festive period, this is so sad and tragic. This isn’t the time to debate ‘Gun Control’ before anyone does, this is about saying R.I.P and just taking the heartbreaking story in. But again I have never seen so many tragic events around the festive period as I have now. This was an awful accident. Avoidable, very avoidable, but so sad at this time of the year. One thing we can take from this is the kid is 2 years old, he won’t remember doing this. But I am grabbing any good news I can right now. My thoughts and those at Ace News are firmly with the family here

HAYDEN, Idaho (AP) — A 2-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his mother after he reached into her purse at a northern Idaho Wal-Mart and her concealed gun fired, authorities said Tuesday. Veronica J. Rutledge, 29, was shopping with her son and three other children, Kootenai County sheriff’s spokesman Stu Miller said. Rutledge was from Blackfoot in southeastern Idaho, and her family had come to the area to visit relatives. She had a concealed weapons permit. Miller said the young boy was left in a shopping cart, reached into his mother’s purse and grabbed a small-caliber handgun, which discharged one time. Deputies who responded to the Wal-Mart found Rutledge dead, the sheriff’s office said. “It appears to be a pretty tragic accident,” Miller said.

The victim’s father-in-law, Terry Rutledge, told The Associated Press that Veronica Rutledge “was a beautiful, young, loving mother.” “She was not the least bit irresponsible,” Terry Rutledge said. “She was taken much too soon.” The woman’s husband was not in the store when the shooting happened at about 10:20 a.m. Miller said the man arrived shortly after the shooting. All the children were taken to a relative’s house.

2-year-old Accidentally Kills Mom in Wal-Mart
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The shooting occurred in the Wal-Mart in Hayden, Idaho, a town about 40 miles northeast of Spokane, Washington. The store closed and was not expected to reopen until Wednesday morning. Brooke Buchanan, a spokeswoman for Wal-Mart, said in a statement the shooting was a “very sad and tragic accident.” “We are working closely with the local sheriff’s department while they investigate what happened,” Buchanan said. There do not appear to be reliable national statistics about the number of accidental fatalities involving children handling guns.

In neighboring Washington state, a 3-year-old boy was seriously injured in November when he accidentally shot himself in the face in a home in Lake Stevens, about 30 miles north of Seattle. In April, a 2-year-old boy apparently shot and killed his 11-year-old sister while they and their siblings played with a gun inside a Philadelphia home. Authorities said the gun was believed to have been brought into the home by the mother’s boyfriend. Hayden is a politically conservative town of about 9,000 people just north of Coeur d’Alene, in Idaho’s northern panhandle.

Idaho lawmakers passed legislation earlier this year allowing concealed weapons on the state’s public college and university campuses. Despite facing opposition from all eight of the state’s university college presidents, lawmakers sided with gun rights advocates who said the law would better uphold the Second Amendment. Under the law, gun holders are barred from bringing their weapons into dormitories or buildings that hold more than 1,000 people, such as stadiums or concert halls.

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Bin lorry deaths: Names of Glasgow crash victims released

Jack Sweeney and his wife Lorraine with their granddaughter Erin McQuade - SO SAD..R.I.P

Jack Sweeney and his wife Lorraine with their granddaughter Erin McQuade – SO SAD..R.I.P

By @ShaunyGibson – Used to be @ ShaunyNews Via

Police have released the names of the six people who were killed by an out-of-control bin lorry in Glasgow. Jack Sweeney, 68, his wife Lorraine, 69, and their 18-year-old granddaughter Erin McQuade, all from Dumbarton, were among the dead. Gillian Ewing, 52, from  my city Edinburgh, Stephenie Tait, 29, and Jacqueline Morton, 51, both of Glasgow, also died. The council bin lorry crashed in George Square after careering from Queen Street at 14:30 on Monday. Ten other people, including the lorry driver, were injured in the crash. I am sitting here in tears…..My country mourns at a time where there should be joy, fun, family and more. Christmas won’t be the same in Scotland, especially Glasgow. These are my people and me theirs, we are one today, Scotland has came together as one and we will do whatever it takes to help the people who have lost, many families will be in hell today. My heart and soul goes out to them. I know your’s does also. Being Scottish is a proud thing and today I am broken hearted for my Country. We shall pull through, we will be strong, it’s who we are

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon Leads Tributes To Glasgow Bin Lorry Tragedy Victims

‘Tragic incident’


Police said four casualties were being treated at Glasgow Royal Infirmary. One is in a critical condition, one is serious but stable, one is stable and the other is expected to be discharged later. A further casualty is in a stable condition at the city’s Western Infirmary. A sixth casualty is expected to be discharged later from the Southern General Hospital. Ch Supt Andy Bates, of Police Scotland, said: “This is a tragic incident which occurred in the heart of Glasgow city centre at a time when people were preparing for the festive season. My thoughts are with the family and friends of those involved. “My officers will continue to work with partner agencies to investigate the cause of the incident. If anyone has any information that may assist our inquiries please contact Police Scotland.

“I’m also aware that some members of the public may have video or images of the incident and it would be helpful if they could send them to A report will be submitted to the procurator fiscal.” It is believed Mr Sweeney had previously lived in Ontario, in the east of Canada, where he was president of Bramalea Celtic supporters club.

Minute’s silence

A statement posted on the Bramalea Celtic supporters club Facebook page said: “It is with great shock and sadness we share with you our friend and past president Jack Sweeney, his wife Lorraine and granddaughter Erin were victims of today’s tragedy in Glasgow. “Our thoughts and prayers go to the family and friends of the Sweeney family.” Celtic FC said it would hold a minute’s silence in memory of the dead before Saturday’s home game against Ross County. And many other clubs I am sure will follow.

Our first minister Nicola Sturgeon at the scene. I have a video of her crying, holding a loved one of one who passed, I can't and won't share

Our first minister Nicola Sturgeon at the scene. I have a video of her crying, holding a loved one of one who passed, I can’t and won’t share

Mr and Mrs Sweeney’s granddaughter Erin was a student at Glasgow University and worked at Cameron House. The hotel said in a statement: “Cameron House Hotel and Resort are saddened to hear we have lost one of our brightest and dedicated members of housekeeping staff, Erin McQuade. “We want to offer our deepest condolences and sympathies to the family of Erin and to all those who have been affected by the tragic events at George Square yesterday.”

‘Sadly missed’

Tributes were also paid to Stephenie Tait, a Glasgow University graduate, who worked as a teacher at St Philomena’s Primary in the Provanmill area of Glasgow.





Headteacher Catherine Gallagher said: “The entire school community is deeply saddened by this tragic news. “Stephenie was an excellent young teacher, dedicated to the children. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends at this time. “We will be supporting colleagues in every way possible. Stephenie made a wonderful contribution to the life of St Philomena’s. She will be sadly missed by both pupils and staff.” Professor Anton Muscatelli, principal and vice chancellor of the University of Glasgow said, “The university is deeply saddened to hear that one of our current students and one of our graduates were killed in yesterday’s George Square tragedy.

Appeal fund


“Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of Stephenie Tait who graduated in 2006 and Erin McQuade a first year student of English literature. This is an awful time for those concerned and for the wider university family.” Meanwhile, Glasgow City Council is opening an appeal fund for those who were affected by the crash. The Lord Provost’s Queen Street fund will begin taking donations from Wednesday. Debit and credit card donations can be made by calling 0141 287 7878. Lines will be open Monday to Friday between 08:00 and 20:00 except on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and 1 and 2 January. Donations can also be made at any bank using Sort Code 834400 and Account Number 10809775. The council is donating £20,000 and the Lord Provost’s Goodwill Fund is also donating £20,000.

A member of the public signs a book of condolence at St Georges Tron Church in Glasgow

A member of the public signs a book of condolence at St Georges Tron Church in Glasgow

Lord Provost Sadie Docherty said: “We have had tremendous offers of support already. Glaswegians started calling us to offer donations almost as soon as this tragic incident happened. “That’s heart-warming but not surprising in a city which responds so well to tragedy.” Anyone in need of support can call a dedicated helpline on 0141 287 0999. The bodies of the victims were removed from the scene overnight in a fleet of private ambulances. An investigation is continuing to establish the exact circumstances surrounding the crash. Police have now re-opened George Square to pedestrians and traffic.

The Christmas lights will remain off until Wednesday and the Glasgow Loves Christmas attractions, including the ice rink and big wheel, will remain closed until noon on Boxing Day as a mark of respect to the victims. The council has also opened a book of condolence at the City Chambers, near where the crash happened.

Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson, Lord Provost Sadie Docherty and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon all spoke near the scene on Tuesday morning where hundreds of floral tributes have been placed. Ms Sturgeon said: “Glasgow this morning is a broken-hearted city. 2014 has been such an incredible year for this wonderful city, the Commonwealth Games were such an outstanding success, but it is a year that has been bookended by two unimaginable tragedies, the Clutha at the end of last year and now this awful tragedy that unfolded here yesterday.

‘Resilient city’

Stephenie Tait was also killed when the lorry crashed into crowds of shoppers

Stephenie Tait was also killed when the lorry crashed into crowds of shoppers

“But Glasgow is a resilient city, we saw last year and we have seen again in the last 24 hours the incredible spirit of the people of Glasgow and this city will pull together to support those who have been affected, not just in the days ahead but in the weeks and months to come.  “We are reminded today of that spirit of Glasgow, this is a city I am so deeply proud to call my home and I know I will be one of many whose thoughts and prayers particularly over the Christmas period are with all those who have been so tragically affected by what happened yesterday.”

The first minister said that “like everyone else” she wanted to know what had caused “this dreadful incident” and stressed that police were “absolutely focused on completing that investigation as quickly as possible and giving people the answers they seek”.

Church service

Earlier, Ms Sturgeon said flags would fly at half-mast on government buildings out of respect. On Tuesday morning, a service of remembrance for victims of the crash was held at the Church of Scotland’s St George’s Tron Church, located yards from the crash scene. Presbytery Clerk and former Moderator Very Rev Bill Hewitt told the service: “We feel for the pain of others in this city.” He added: “We understand something of the burden carried the hearts by those who have lost loved ones, who are concerned for those in hospital, for emergency workers who have been on the frontline in meeting human need and offering themselves.”


Roman Catholic Archbishop Philip Tartaglia will say mass for the victims at St Andrew’s Cathedral in Glasgow on Wednesday.

Royal condolences

The Queen has sent a message of condolence. She said: “Prince Philip and I were saddened by the news of the tragic accident in Glasgow yesterday. “Our thoughts and prayers go to the families of those who have lost loved ones and to those who have been injured.”This sad event is made even more difficult as it comes at Christmas time. I send my condolences to all the people of Glasgow.”

Police Scotland said there appeared to be nothing “sinister” about the crash and said it was still carrying out investigations at the scene. It is known that the lorry struck a pedestrian outside the Gallery of Modern Art (Goma), then mounted the pavement and travelled hundreds of metres, hitting several others. The lorry, operated by the city council, flattened street signs as it travelled along Queen Street and the side of George Square. It finally crashed into the Millennium Hotel, beside the entrance to Queen Street station in George Square at 14:30 on Monday. Eyewitnesses said the lorry driver had been “slumped over his wheel”.

Unintended acceleration

Glasgow City Council confirmed that three employees were in the lorry before the crash. George Ieronymdis, owner of the Elia Greek Restaurant on George Square, said he had been told that some of the bin lorry’s crew were seen jumping from the vehicle and holding their heads in their hands, looking devastated. A spokesman for the Institute of Traffic Accident Investigators said that vehicles, even large ones, can carry on for a considerable distance if there is an “unintended acceleration”, which could be caused by a driver falling ill. “Without speculating on this incident, there might be a number of causes for a vehicle to travel a considerable distance,” he said.





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