Monday, 13 March 2017

CHILD ABUSE ON TRUMP ISLAND


The house where Donald Trump's mother grew up in Tong, on the Isle of Lewis

Donald Trump's mother, Mary Anne MacLeod, was born and brought up on the island of Lewis, in Scotland.

Lewis has been linked to child abuse and worse.

Lewis has a population of around 18,000.


Reverend Iain D. Campbell and his wife Anne.

The Reverend Iain D. Campbell died in mysterious circumstances, in January 2017.

The Reverend Iain D. Campbell was a top clergyman on the Isle of Lewis.

The death of the Reverend Iain D. Campbell 'cast a gloom over the island of Lewis.'

"Iain was a well-known figure in Evangelical circles throughout Britain, and beyond, and tributes have already come in from the USA and elsewhere."

The Reverend Dr. Iain D. Campbell.


Lewis - top left.

The Revered Dr Iain Campbell reportedly had 7 affairs with church members and fathered an out of wedlock child.

Herald Scotland

The Revered Dr Iain Campbell  reportedly hanged himself.

The Rev Dr Iain D Campbell, of the Free Church of Scotland on the Isle of Lewis, reportedly took a drug overdose and then hanged himself while in hospital.


Iain Campbell and Anne.

A church source told the Daily Mail "Anne has supplied names of these alleged mistresses to the church."

Campbell had been a senior official in the Free Church.

dailymail.

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Was Campbell framed and murdered because he knew too much?

Three children on the Isle of Lewis were sexually abused for years.

In 2003, there was a major child abuse scandal on the island of Lewis.

In 2005, an investigation by the Social Work Inspection Agency found extensive evidence of sexual, physical and emotional abuse.[57]

The Lewis accusations involved animal sacrifices, snuff movies, devil worship and the rape of children.

The accusations were made by children.

Police investigation resulted in allegations of an island-wide "Satanic child abuse ring". [57][58]

Charges were dropped nine months later following an inconclusive investigation. [57][58]


Lews Castle, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis

In the Lewis child abuse case, the Sunday Herald was given police transcripts of interrogations with some of the accused.

They include police claims that there is medical proof that the three children at the centre of the case were definitely sexually abused.

Eight people were arrested and later released.

These included John Gray, originally from Rotherham, who had been a Boy Scout leader, and, Ian Campbell who was openly a "pagan".

Lewis


Liam Aitchison.

In 2011, Liam Aitchison, 16, was stabbed at least 20 times in an attack at a derelict military building on the Isle of Lewis.

dailymail.


De la Lanne-Mirrlees

Robin Ian Evelyn Grinnell-Milne (aka Robin Ian Evelyn Milne Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees) lived on Lewis.

He worked with Ian Fleming on his book On Her Majesty's Secret Service and was the main inspiration for the character of James Bond.

The aristocrat who inspired Fleming's James Bond.

4 comments:

  1. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/03/13/a-survivor-recalls-the-mother-and-baby-home-at-tuam-in-ireland-where-friends-just-disappeared-one-after-the-other/

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  2. Ref. above from anonymous. Aside from the evident fact that the Washigton Post is a scurrilous rag; the key allegation contained in the above mentioned article about catholic nuns dumping up to 800 dead babies into a septic tank/cistern has been disproved. I guess the alternative figure of 796 may have come from the below article.

    http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-religion/3171476/posts

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    1. Wrong. The key allegation that was " disproved " in the 2014 article you cite has been re-proved by multiple excavations and forensic examination of remains in 2016-2017. Ms Corless' heroic investigative research has , in fact , been entirely vindicated :

      http://www.mbhcoi.ie/MBH.nsf/page/index-en

      http://www.mbhcoi.ie/MBH.nsf/page/Latest%20News-en

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  3. Nothing connected to the main allegation appears to have been re-proved or disproved under the appointed Commission's current terms of reference and in accordance with rules of evidence as supported by key data and logic. The Commission are rightly asking questions about the 'significant' but, I assume, not yet publicly known number of remains that have been uncovered and the question concerning who disposed of these remains in such a way as has been descibed has yet to be answered. Key too may be questions connected to other geological factors not yet addressed and particuarly concerning when and in what circumstances and by whom the septic tank and service chambers were decommissioned.

    Clearly, the allegation about 800 babies being tossed unceremoniously into a sceptic tank is nonsense. However, should some broadening of the Commission's terms of reference be required at some stage in order to get at the unvarnished truth and arrive at closure, then so be it.

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