Sex slaves aged ten (9.8.82)

Daily Star, 9th August 1982

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    • murunbuch said:

      Thanks, I couldn’t find it on YouTube

      • @MURUN have you tried other video sites there is one called TOP DOCUMENTARY FILMS OR SOMETHING.. vids on a range of subjects sources are from yt , google and others..

      • murunbuch said:

        Thanks, I’ll give those a go

  1. “During production, a murder took place in one of the local hostels. The crew realised they had filmed many of those involved. With police permission they began documenting the unfolding investigation: ‘The Murder of Billy Two-Tone’ became the second half of Johnny Go Home, screened after the ITV 10pm news bulletin. It forensically uncovers the facts behind the killing, centring on the hostel’s owner. His housing empire turns out to be based on sexual exploitation, religious cultishness, financial corruption – and bureaucratic ineptitude unable to see these behind his persuasively respectable front.”

  2. http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/394730

    WHAT HAPPENED TO JOHNNY GO HOME

    Documentary update, analysing the state of homeless, runaway children. Made four months after “JOHNY GO HOME”, and incorporating much of the same footage.

  3. anon said:

    Has anyone got the article about Wandsworth referred to in the article? Wondering what exactly he was employed to do. Doesn’t seem to be the one in ’77 as different location/time entirely. Also how the hell did he keep getting away with it?

  4. [I posted the following comment also on Desiring Progress blog]

    Thanks Ian! All this about Righton and the Albany Trust is so fascinating and very, very important I believe.
    A sidebar: while exploring “Bits of Books” – which is fantastic! – I followed a link-chain to a historic article alleged to link the truly nefarious “Bishop” GLEAVES and Elm Guest House. It’s a Daily Star article, dated August 9, 1982.

    “The sordid goings on behind the closed doors of a gay brothel can be revealed today. Ten year old boys are employed as sex slaves at the terrace house in a London suburb” – which is presumed to be a reference to Elm Guest House. There folllows a heart-rending tale of little boy prostitutes and their alleged victimization. There are NO references or attributions for this information, however. Then…

    “Most of the boy prostitutes are runaway youngsters lured into a web of vice by pimps who promise them easy money” immediately followed by:
    “The most notorious boys-for-sale boss is the self-styled Bishop of Medway, Roger Gleave”.
    There follows a brief reference to Gleaves hostel-brothels from 1970’s a the video “Johhny Go Home”.

    There’s actually NO info in this article which would in any way link Elm Guest house and Gleaves. The reference to Gleaves is totally superfluous. The entire article is a meaningless hodge-podge of fantasies about what might go on in gay brothels – derived from, and mixed with, unrelated references to a historic abuser and his Piccadilly Circus linked activities from the previous decade.

    • @Justin this is creepy because Gleaves and stuff to do With Camden or Camden council
      And creepier still cos also connected to Camden council is dodgy deals with housing companies that have people that connect to Leon Brittan. Weird huh?

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