BEN FELLOWS’ Walk Against Corruption 2013 – in his letter to Kenneth Clarke MP


And still the maggots crawl from the rotten woodwork to reveal yet more unsavoury allegations about corruption among the rich and powerful.

Victims Unite!

Dear The Right Honourable Kenneth Clarke MP

You may not remember me but you groped me in Ian Greer’s office back in 1994, while I was working for the Cook Report.

Unfortunately, I’m reluctant to give you a chance to sexually assault me again for you to ascertain my identity, so you’re just going to have to take my word for it. If you remember you said that you were in Greer’s office so often that “Ian should put a parliamentary bell in his office so you’d know when to go and vote.” How we all laughed! Of course this is I understand a breech of parliamentary rules.

I have made a serious allegation against you concerning the sexual assault on me to  “Operation Fairbridge” which is part of the Metropolitan Police’s Paedophile Unit, as you at the time believed that I was fifteen years old. I actually wasn’t that…

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One comment on “BEN FELLOWS’ Walk Against Corruption 2013 – in his letter to Kenneth Clarke MP

  1. those who have more than enough rob those who have nothing- a line written by tagore- its so applicable even today!

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