Geoffrey Dickens and Arthur Hutchinson

In late August 1983, Geoffrey Dickens MP threatened to name eight high-profile paedophiles using parliamentary privilege.

“I’ve got eight names of big people, really important names, public figures. And I am going to expose them in Parliament.” (read more)

Although he had previously named senior diplomat Sir Peter Hayman as a paedophile, he never made good on his promise to expose the eight public figures. Just over two months after making the threat,Geoffrey Dickens’s name and address was found in a ‘hit list’ in a notebook belonging to Arthur Hutchinson, who was wanted for three brutal murders and was already on ‘a serious sex charge’.

The Guardian, 3rd November 1983

Guardian31183Daily Mail, 3rd November 1983

_20140226_155250News of the World, 6th November 1983


  1. Reblogged this on Desiring Progress and commented:
    These reports are extremely important, raising questions which have never been answered. Why was Geoffrey Dickens MP’s name and address in a notebook belonging to multiple murderer Arthur Hutchinson, who had no other known connections to Westminster or politics?

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