The pedophilia rings in our world are a scary subject, so many people avoid talking about them. And these pedophilia rings are also extremely dangerous for victims as well as those trying to expose parties who are responsible. A former British investigative reporter who had exposed Jimmy Savile in addition to the pedophile protection culture at the BBC was just found dead. Liz MacKean was 52 years old.
MacKean had spent her former years working at the BBC up until 2013 when she quit. Executives had made the decision to ban her incredibly brave and extremely important investigation into pedophile Jimmy Savile. The reason for banning her investigation? They were trying to protect these sick child abusers.
She was dismissed by the BBC, but in 2012 it came out that Savile was indeed a pedophile. This was about a year after MacKean made efforts to expose him for the first time.
The BBC had blocked her investigation from airing. They spent a few more years working to completely destroy her reputation in an attempt to take her down. They are now reporting that she died of “complications from a stroke.”
Acknowledging her life was under threat during the time she was investigating Savile and BBC elites, MacKean said her conscience left her no option but to pursue the truth and expose the culture of pedophila. The mother of two children believed it was her duty.
When it became public that BBC News blocked her investigation from airing, she admitted on Panorama: “I was very unhappy the story didn’t run because I felt we’d spoken to people who collectively deserved to be heard. And they weren’t heard.
ANONews.co quoted MacKean, “I thought that that was a failure… I felt we had a responsibility towards them. We got them to talk to us, but above all, we did believe them. And so then, for their stories not to be heard, I felt very bad about that. I felt, very much, that I’d let them down.”
This is so much more serious than people want to believe. Liz MacKean isn’t the first high profile BBC journalist to die under extremely suspicious circumstances. She along with another journalist were involved in working on exposing the pedophile ring. Jill Dando, who used to be a host of Crimewatch, did her best to warn her bosses about the ring at BBC. She stated that “big name” stars were being implicated.
When Jill Dando was 37, she was shot and killed. The day of her death was April 26, 1999. She was gunned down out front of her West London home. Her murder is unsolved to this day. Prior to her death, Dando had given a file to senior management during the mid-1990s. The file proved that some big name BBC stars, Savile included, were indeed involved in a super secret pedophile ring. Senior management opted to do a cover-up job instead of investigating the allegations.
The former colleague said female BBC staff confided in Jill, one of the best-known TV faces of the day after fronting primetime shows including Holiday and the Six O’Clock News as well as Crimewatch.’
The pedophile rings have got to go. It’s truly sickening to think that someone who was working towards protecting children was killed for their work. It leaves us wondering if justice will ever be served.