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A report by London’s Metropolitan police is expected to reveal that Jimmy Savile, the former TV presenter for the state-run British Broadcasting Corporations (BBC), had abused dying patients in hospices.

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Scotland Yard’s official report into the Savile scandal is expected to disclose the shocking evidence that the former BBC presenter, who died in October 2011, abused patients at hospices he visited under the pretext of carrying out charity work.

According to reports in The Sun and The Daily Telegraph, the Metropolitan (Met) police statement is likely to name 13 hospitals, including at least one hospice, where Savile allegedly attacked defenseless patients.

Three of the already known hospitals include, Stoke Mandeville, Leeds General Infirmary and Broadmoor high-security psychiatric hospital, according to the report.

The Met police investigation into the Savile scandal emerged, following a TV documentary on Britain’s Independent Television (ITV) channel in October 2012, which disclosed Savile’s three decade-long sex abuse crimes.

Up until now, 589 people have come forward to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) and officers working on the investigation with 450 complaints about Savile, 31 of them rape allegations.

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Post time 2013-10-28 07:12:29 |Display all floors
BBC ex-DJ Jimmy Savile’s driver bailed for sexually abusing kids

A former driver and flatmate of disgraced BBC’s former DJ and presenter Jimmy Savile has been charged with 32 offences, including 15 charges of raping kids between 1962 and 1996, media reports said.


Manchester City Magistrates Court released 72-year-old Ray Teret on bail Saturday until November 15, when the devil would face with 15 counts of rape of a female under 16, one count of rape, one count of attempted rape of a female under 16, six counts of indecent assault of a female under 16, three counts of indecent assault of a female under 14 and one count of gross indecency with a child under 13, British media reported.

Teret, of Woodlands Road, Altrincham, would also face two counts of conspiracy to rape a girl under 16, one count of possession of extreme pornography, one count of possession of prohibited images and one count of possession of an indecent image of a child.

The man, who worked as an assistant DJ to Jimmy Savile was first nabbed and bailed in November 2012 with another man on suspicion of historic rape, but they were not, at the time, linked to the national probe into abuse by the disgraced BBC’s former presenter.

"This has been a complex investigation that was originally launched in October 2012 when an initial complaint was made to Greater Manchester Police”, said DCI Graham Brock, from GMP.

"Since that time, we have carried out extensive and wide-ranging inquiries and interviewed a number of people as part of that investigation”, he added.

"It has been important those inquiries were carried out thoroughly so that, in consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service, we have been able to secure a number of charges."
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Post time 2013-11-2 04:45:49 |Display all floors
Paul Gambaccini arrested in Operation Yewtree inquiry
Paul Gambaccini Paul Gambaccini has been bailed until January
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BBC broadcaster Paul Gambaccini has been arrested on suspicion of historical sexual offences as part of Scotland Yard's Operation Yewtree.

Mr Gambaccini, 64, was held at his home in south London early on Tuesday and questioned in police custody, before being released on bail until January.

A spokesman for Mr Gambaccini said he denied the allegations.

The BBC said Mr Gambaccini would not be presenting his Saturday Radio 2 show for the "coming weeks".

"Paul Gambaccini has decided that, in light of today's media attention, he would rather not be on-air at present and we respect that decision," a corporation spokesman said.

"Therefore, Paul will not be presenting on BBC Radio in coming weeks and replacement programmes for the period will be announced soon."

New York-born Mr Gambaccini, who has a string of TV and radio shows and books to his name, presents music hits and classics from the US on his show.

Mr Gambaccini's spokesman said: "Mr Gambaccini was interviewed by Operation Yewtree officers about historic allegations. He answered their questions and was co-operative. He denied all allegations."

Mr Gambaccini is the 15th person to be held under Operation Yewtree, launched in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.

A 16th person, aged 74, who has not been named, was also arrested at a separate address in south London on Tuesday, and bailed until January.

Operation Yewtree has been investigating historical sexual abuse since claims of abuse were made against former BBC radio DJ and television presenter Savile, following his death at the age of 84 in 2011.

Mr Gambaccini was arrested under the strand of the inquiry known as "others", meaning the arrest is not connected to the investigation into Savile.

The other two strands of Yewtree concern the actions of Savile, and allegations against "Savile and others".
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Savile abuse victims call for single judge-led inquiry

Dozens of victims of disgraced former British TV host Jimmy Savile have called for a single judge-led inquiry to replace the multiple investigations currently taking place into the sex abuse scandal surrounding the ex-presenter.

In an interview with the state-run BBC on Monday, Alan Collins, the lawyer representing some 60 people abused by Savile, expressed concerns that “justice may be incomplete” as a result of separate probes into the activities of the BBC’s former presenter.

“It should be one inquiry, chaired by a high court judge. I fear if this does not happen, an opportunity will have been lost, not only for the victims but for the country as a whole," he said.

Currently, over 30 individual investigations are being carried out by organizations linked to Savile, who escaped justice after sexually abusing many children and young adults for half a century.

Savile died in 2011 and following his death, hundreds of allegations of sex abuse and rape of minors became public.

In January 2013, in a report by the police and the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), Savile was branded as one of the UK’s most prolific known sexual predators, who used his celebrity status to “hide in plain sight.”

According to the report, titled “Giving Victims a Voice,” some 214 crimes, including 34 of rape during 54 years of abuse committed by the former TV presenter, were recorded across 28 police force areas.

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Savile abuse victims call for single judge-led inquiry

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