UK Column News 29-9-2015. Figures indicate the number of minutes into the broadcast at which the item in question begins.
Special studio guest: child protection campaigner of 22 years’ standing Wilfred Wong, originally trained as a barrister and with expertise in Satanic ritual abuse.
A screen warning is displayed: the subject is disturbing and unsuitable for children and some young people, but necessary for adults to understand.
02’] Is Satanism real? Evidence shown on screen is a BBC report that the Royal Navy officially recognises Satanist worship and permits it on board warships.
04’] Ironically, while the Government has recognised Satanism officially, it has not recognised the Satanist ritual abuse (SRA) in which many of them are involved.
07’] Some Members of Parliament and some officials with influence over police and public bodies are involved in SRA. Abusive Satanists seek power and seek to transform society. They are nothing like the “ordinary” people who engage in child abuse, because those ordinary abusers do not seek power.
09’] The Satanic element is, as it were, an extra element on top of the abuse of children, one which gives it a perverse religious significance.
11’] If Justice Goddard talks about SRA and forces police to investigate SRA cases, there may be hope that her inquiry is in earnest. Otherwise, it is likely that the inquiry is there for cosmetic purposes and to keep SRA under wraps.
12’] Geoffrey Dickens was the first MP to speak out about SRA in the chamber of the House of Commons, in the 1980s. No other MP has done as much to expose it. He died relatively young in the mid-1990s but the names of those whom he identified were preserved in dossiers which then “went missing”. The dossiers were suppressed because high-ups were identified.
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Former Freemason Grand Master facing ten years in jail after being caught in sting by police as he waited to meet 14-year-old boy
Alan Wright, 75, was arrested last November trying to meet a '14-year-old boy'
Wright had sent him pictures of his privates and arranged to meet over Grindr
But the boy was actually police officer working on an online sting operation.
The secret society member is now facing up to 10 years in prison
By LUKE BARNES FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 22:49, 5 February 2017 | UPDATED: 22:49, 5 February 2017
A former Freemason Grand Master is facing jail after he was caught in a police sting trying a lure a child into sex.
Alan Wright, 75, regularly went to meetings at Freemasons Hall in St James Street London.
He was described as a 'significant' figure of the organisation which is also popular with Prince Michael.
Wright was arrested last November at Bury St Edmunds railway station in Suffolk, the Express reported.
He thought he was there to meet a 14-year-old boy he'd talked to online, and sent pictures of his private parts.
But instead when he arrived he was greeted by Suffolk police, who'd set up an online sting after gathering information on Wright's private life.
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A specialist officer had posed as a child on the gay dating app Grindr.
Wright will appear at Ipswich Crown Court for sentencing next month, and is facing up to ten years in prison.
He was a former Grand Master of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters, although he resigned from the Freemasons when details of his activities came to line.
Wright had sent the 14-year-old pictures of his private parts, and arranged to meet with him on the gay dating app Grindr +1
Wright had sent the 14-year-old pictures of his private parts, and arranged to meet with him on the gay dating app Grindr
A spokesman for the United Grand Lodge of England said: 'We were made aware of an allegation against a Freemason on December 1 2016, who immediately resigned from the organisation.
'Having learned of the situation we have no further information currently, and fully believe that this is a one-off, isolated incident.
Police set up the sting by specialist officers pretending to be a 14-year-old boy online.
Alan Wright, a leading figure in the Freemasons, was arrested after he arranged to meet the teenager at Bury St Edmunds railway station in November last year, Ipswich Crown Court heard.
Wright resigned from his Grand Master masons role in December last year before his paedophile offence hit media headlines.
Richard Kelly, prosecuting, said that Wright sent the “boy” pictures of his private parts over the internet and arranged to meet him through the dating app Grindr.
However, when Wright, who had brought condoms with him, arrived at Bury station he was met by police officers and arrested.
Wright, of Rye Gardens, Little Downham, Ely, admitted attempting to incite a child to engage in sexual activity and was given a 16 month prison sentence suspended for two years.
He was also ordered to take part in the Thames Valley Sex Offenders’ Treatment Programme and a 40-day rehabilitation activity requirement.
He was further ordered to do 80 hours unpaid work in the community and was made the subject of a sexual harm prevention order and ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register for ten years.
Wright was ordered to pay £1,200 costs and a £140 victim surcharge.
Wright was former Grand Master of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters and also Grand Master of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Mark Master Masons of Essex.
He resigned irrevocably from Freemasonry with effect from December 1, 2016.
Sentencing him Judge Martyn Levett said Wright had no previous convictions and while a prison sentence would deal with reducing the short term risk he posed the TVSOTP would aim to reduce the risk of him reoffending in the future.
Judge Levett said Wright had genuinely believed the person he was communicating with and was arranging to meet was a real boy and had made sexual references during their exchanges. “There was a significant difference in your ages,” said the judge.
Judge Levett said Wright had asked the “boy” if one of his friends wanted to “join in” and he said he didn’t accept that Wright wasn’t sexually attracted to children.
He warned Wright he would go to prison if he breached the suspended sentence order.
• An NSPCC spokesperson said: “Wright knew his depraved actions were wrong but still set about grooming and meeting a boy he thought was just 14.
“It is right that he has been given treatment as part of his sentence, which we hope will ensure he is not a risk to children in the future.
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