Marine Links Ken Clarke to Krayleigh Bodyguards and Obama Ambassador Rape
United States Marine Field McConnell has linked former United Kingdom Paymaster General Kenneth Clarke to the 1985 (?) launch of a Krayleigh Enterprise pedophile bodyguard service and a 9/11 2012 man-in-the-middle propaganda attack on the POTUS 44 chain of command when hired Blue-Mountain bodyguards – apparently using a Krayleigh-Clarke businesss model – were allegedly delegated authorities to film the rape and murder of Obama’s U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens.
“Clinton on Benghazi: We all had the same intel [Inference: Source of the Benghazi intel was Ken Clarke’s Krayleigh Enterprises/Blue Mountain bodyguard in a man-in-the-middle attack on the POTUS chain of command shared by most intelligent woman in America]”
Clinton on Benghazi: We all had the same intel
“Clarke first served as junior transport minister, then Minister of State for Health (1982–85). He joined the Cabinet as Paymaster-General and Employment Minister (1985–87) (his Secretary of State, Lord Young, was in the Lords), and served as Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister at the DTI (1987–88), with responsibility for the Inner Cities.
Despite being an ardent pro-tobacco advocate, he was appointed Health Secretary in 1988, in which office he introduced the controversial ‘internal market‘ concept in the NHS. Just over two years later he was appointed Education Secretary in the final weeks of Thatcher’s government, following Norman Tebbit‘s unwillingness to return to the Cabinet. (He was interviewed at some length by Brian Sherratt in 1994 regarding his role as Secretary of State for Education). He was famously the first Cabinet minister to advise Thatcher to resign after her inadequate first-round performance in the November 1990 leadership contest; she referred to him in her memoirs as a “candid friend”. He supported Douglas Hurd in the next round.
Clarke came to work with John Major very closely, and quickly emerged as a central figure in his government. After continuing as Education Secretary (1990–92), where he introduced a number of reforms, he was appointed as Home Secretary in the wake of the Conservatives’ unexpected victory at the 1992 general election. In May 1993, seven months after the impact of ‘Black Wednesday‘ had terminally damaged Norman Lamont‘s credibility as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Major forced Lamont to resign and appointed Clarke in his place.
Lord Chancellor and Justice Secretary
On 12 May 2010, it was announced that Clarke had been appointed Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor by Prime Minister David Cameron in a coalition government formed from the Conservative and Liberal Democrat parties. James Macintrye, Political Editor of Prospect magazine, argues that in his ministerial position he is instigating radical reform.
In June 2010, Clarke signalled an end to short prison sentences after warning it was “virtually impossible” to rehabilitate an inmate in less than 12 months. In his first major speech since taking office, Mr Clarke indicated a major shift in penal policy by saying prison was not effective in many cases. This could result in more offenders handed community punishments. Mr Clarke, who described the current prison population of 85,000 as “astonishing”, faced immediate criticism from some colleagues in a party renowned for its tough stance on law and order. He signalled that fathers who fail to pay child maintenance and disqualified drivers and criminals fighting asylum refusals could be among the first to benefit and should not be in prison.
In December 2010 Clarke, in a move to cut prison numbers, said that a Conservative Party election pledge that anyone caught carrying a knife illegally could expect a jail term will not be implemented. Clarke said he would put sentencing policy in the hands of judges, not newspaper pundits but that those guilty of using a knife illegally would face a “serious” jail term. Asked by BBC political editor Nick Robinson whether people caught carrying knives illegally could expect a lesser punishment, Clarke said ministers would not insist on “absolute tariffs”. It means that, as at present, someone caught carrying a knife illegally may not face a custodial sentence, and may be cautioned instead.
Clarke said in February 2011 that the government intended to scrutinise the relationship between the European Court of Human Rights and national parliaments. This follows calls from a large number of Conservative backbenchers for the UK to leave the ECHR because they are unhappy with its rulings. MPs recently voted to maintain a ban on voting by prisoners despite an ECHR ruling that it was illegal. Many MPs have also been outraged by the UK supreme court’s ruling that the ECHR would uphold the right of sex offenders to appeal against having to register with the police for the rest of their lives.
In May 2011, controversy related to Clarke’s reported views on rape resurfaced after an interview on the radio station BBC 5 Live, where he discussed a proposal to shrink the sentences of criminals, including rapists, who pleaded guilty in trial.
In 2011 and 2012, Clark faced criticism for his Justice and Security Bill, in particular the aspects of it that allow secret trials when “national security” is at stake. The Econonmist said: “The origins of the proposed legislation lie in civil cases brought by former Guantánamo detainees, the best-known of whom was Binyam Mohamed, alleging that government intelligence and security agencies (MI6 and MI5) were complicit in their rendition and torture.” Prominent civil liberties and human rights campaigners argued: “The worst excesses of the war on terror have been revealed by open courts and a free media. Yet the justice and security green paper seeks to place government above the law and would undermine such crucial scrutiny.”
By STEPHEN MOYES, ALEX WEST & LEIGH HOLMWOOD
Published: 14th October 2012
CABINET minister Ken Clarke was dramatically dragged into the Jimmy Savile scandal yesterday.
It emerged that BBC pervert Savile was “given the keys” to Broadmoor secure hospital around 1988 — when Mr Clarke was Health Secretary.
Mr Clarke was last night forced to defend himself, saying: “I have no recollection of ever having met Jimmy Savile and no recollection of these events.
“The Department of Health are now investigating to establish the facts.”
An aide to the Tory veteran, now minister without portfolio in David Cameron’s Cabinet, said Savile’s role at Broadmoor “may have been” set up by someone else.
‘No recollection’ … Ken Clarke
The Sun revealed how Savile molested a 17-year-old girl patient after being given keys and a job at the Berkshire psychiatric hospital.
He even had a mobile home on site and ordered teenagers inside, supposedly to clean it.
Our revelations prompted the Department of Health to yesterday announce an investigation into how Savile was appointed to lead a taskforce overseeing management restructuring at Broadmoor. A spokesman said: “In hindsight, he should obviously not have been appointed.”
Police chiefs yesterday revealed Savile’s campaign of underage sex abuse covered at least 60 victims over six decades.
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“How the Krays ran a protection business for Sinatra and Co from behind bars
By Vanessa Allen
UPDATED:01:50 GMT, 2 January 2010
Kray twins ran a lucrative bodyguard and ‘protection’ business for Hollywood stars from behind bars which prison officials were powerless to stop, secret documents reveal today.
The gangland crime lords controlled the business from their cells while Reggie was in jail and paranoid schizophrenic Ronnie was in Broadmoor high-security hospital.
The brothers boasted on their business card that their clients included ‘Hollywood stars and Arab Noblemen’, such as singer Frank Sinatra, adding: ‘We have never lost a client.’
‘We have never lost a client’ : While behind bars, Reggie (l) and Ronnie Kray ran a protection business for the rich and famous
The Krays, who had been jailed for life for murder, said their services included bodyguards, security and ‘house protection’ – a chilling echo of the protection racket they ran in the East End.
Sinatra was said to have recruited an 18-strong team of bodyguards from the firm, Krayleigh Enterprises, before his June 1985 visit to the Wimbledon tennis tournament.
Before they were arrested in 1968, the Krays mixed with many stars of the era, including Sinatra, Judy Garland, Diana Dors, and Barbara Windsor.
Some even visited them in prison. Officials at Broadmoor raised the alarm to the Home Office in July 1985, after finding one of Ronnie Kray’s business cards.
Frank Sinatra was said to have hired 18 bodyguards from the twins’ company Krayleigh Enterprises in 1985.
But amazingly they claimed they were powerless to ban the fledgling company, which the twins ran with their brother, Charlie, and another man who was not in prison.
The memo to the Home Office questioned whether the Krays should be allowed to run the business, but warned there were no provisions to stop Ronnie as he was held under the Mental Health Act.
The memo, written by an unnamed Broadmoor official, said: ‘As far as I know there is nothing in the Mental Health Act to prevent people setting up companies but I know less about the regulations relating to prisons and the law relating to companies.
‘Clearly, however, I do not want the Krays to be seen to be using Broadmoor and it may well be that if he is well enough to be the director of a company he is too well to be in Broadmoor.’
The memo, on headed Broadmoor paper, was contained in a prison dossier on the Kray twins released under Freedom of Information legislation.
The dossier did not include the Home Office’s response to the memo, although an unnamed civil servant has scribbled ‘Advice please!’ on the top of the letter.
The file contained a photocopy of a Krayleigh Enterprises business card, which listed all three brothers as directors and added: ‘Personal aides to the Hollywood stars and Arab Noblemen.’
The Kray twins were both held at Parkhurst Prison on the Isle of Wight after they were convicted of the murder of Jack ‘The Hat’ McVitie and sentenced to life in 1969.
Ronnie was also convicted of the murder of George Cornell, whom he shot dead for calling him a ‘fat poof’. A decade later he was transferred to Broadmoor.
He was never released from the high security unit, and died in 1995
‘Powerless’: Officials at Broadmoor (above) raised the alarm to the Home Office in July 1985, after finding one of Ronnie Kray’s business cards – but were not allowed to ban the fledgling company
Reggie was released on compassionate grounds in 2000 after he was diagnosed with terminal cancer, but died a month later.
The file described Ronnie as an ‘active and predatory homosexual’ in jail, and said officers had once found him in bed with another inmate.
His bed-mate was threatened with solitary confinement, but on other occasions prison officers appear to have turned a blind eye to Kray’s relationships to keep him calm before his transfer to Broadmoor.
They said the paranoid schizophrenic’s prison relationships were a ‘stabilising’ influence on him.
Kray was plunged into fits of despair when his prison ‘passions’ were thwarted and often became violent, according to his jailers’ notes.
A 1977 report on Kray’s progress at Parkhurst said: ‘Ronald Kray remains an active and predatory homosexual, and cares little who knows it.
‘He presents as a near moron in good physical condition but mentally dull. There are occasional glimpses in his behaviour of a latent violence.’
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