Kincora scandal political cover-up and intrigue in Northern Ireland by Moore, Chris.

Cover of: Kincora scandal | Moore, Chris.

Published by Marino Press in Dublin .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Northern Ireland,
  • Northern Ireland.

Subjects:

  • McGrath, William, 1916-,
  • Kincora Working Boys" Hostel.,
  • Sexually abused boys -- Northern Ireland.,
  • Child sexual abuse -- Northern Ireland -- Case studies.,
  • Children -- Institutional care -- Northern Ireland -- Case studies.,
  • Political corruption -- Northern Ireland.,
  • Northern Ireland -- Politics and government.

Edition Notes

Book details

StatementChris Moore ; foreword by Clifford Smyth.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV6626.54.G7 M66 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination240 p. ;
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL570264M
ISBN 101860230296
LC Control Number96156102

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The Kincora scandal shocked Northern Ireland in At the heart of the Kincora affair is one of the convicted sex abusers, William McGrath. This book reveals that as an agent of MI5, McGrath unwittingly played a key role in the deliberate de-stabilization of Northern Ireland/5.

A NEW book on Lord Louis Mountbatten claims he was involved in the abuse of two teenage boys at Kincora boys' home in Belfast in the s.

Tomorrow is. A new biography of Lord Mountbatten, who was murdered by the IRA in Sligo inincludes evidence linking him to abuse of children from the Kincora boys’ home in Mountbattens, by.

Angels With Blue Faces examines the murder of the Ulster Unionist politician by the IRA and explores possible links to the security services and the Kincora abuse scandal. The Kincora House scandal that appeared in isn’t going away. It’s now a lifetime was the year I got married; thirty six years ago in a life where I’ve seen my three daughters grow Kincora scandal book to have adult lives of their own and still it trundles on.

The abuse that happened within the [ ]. Robert Fisk exposed Tara, the organisation linked to MI5 and the Kincora scandal. His career was a counterbalance to the lies and distortions of the Murdoch media empire and its ilk. by admin 2 November,am 0 Comments. Historian Andrew Lownie, whose book, Several former victims of the Kincora Scandal have alleged that they were trafficked to Mountbatten at his home in Mullaghmore, County Sligo.

Most observers of the Kincora scandal, including the journalist Chris Moore, who wrote a book on the controversial care home, agree that there was no paedophile prostitution ring there.

It was alledged in the book 'War of the Windsors', and the Sunday People newspaper pg17, that Lord Mountbatten was rumoured to have been linked to the Kincora boy's abuse network. Lord Mountbatten the last viceroy in India, was reknowned to be wildly promiscuous, bisexual and to enjoy a bit of 'rough' or the plesures of young working class boys or indeed peasant indian boys.

The Kincora scandal shocked Northern Ireland when it received media coverage in Since then there have been six enquiries of various kinds into the systematic sexual abuse of boys in public care in Kincora and other institutions, but none of them has silenced public concern.

At the heart of the Kincora affair is the intrigue that surrounds /5(5). Pedophilia & Empire: Satan, Sodomy, & The Deep State: Chapter 29 Northern Ireland’s Kincora Scandal: British Intelligence Sexual Blackmail Operation and Cover-up Kindle Edition by Joachim Hagopian (Author) Format: Kindle Edition.

Book 29 of 35 in Pedophilia & Empire. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price Author: Joachim Hagopian. The scandal was eventually brought to light by social workers. Three senior staff members at Kincora were jailed in for ritually abusing boys in the home. Now a book, The War of the Windsors, suggests why so much information about the Kincora affair may have been stifled.

It states: "Of all the recent Royals, none was so consistently. The Kincora scandal finally erupted in Lyra McKee states in her book Angels with Blue Faces that Molyneaux was interviewed about Kincora by “a senior [RUC] detective who’d worked on the [Kincora] investigation” and had heard stories about him.

McKee interviewed the former officer during the research for her book. In it she described. The Kincora scandal shocked Northern Ireland when it received media coverage in Since then there have been six enquiries of various kinds into the systematic sexual abuse of boys in public care in Kincora and other institutions, but none of them has silenced public concern.

At the heart of the Kincora affair is the intrigue that surrounds one of the convicted sex abusers, William McGrath. Buy The Kincora Scandal: Political Cover-up and Intrigue in Northern Ireland by Moore, Chris (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(7). There will be no more inquiries, or investigations, into the Kincora scandal following Sir Anthony Hart’s final report for the Historical Institutional Abuse (HIA) inquiry.

Yes, the under-pressure Royal Ulster Constabulary was “inept”, according to Sir Anthony, in relation to the force investigating claims of child sexual abuse at the. Get this from a library. The Kincora scandal: political cover-up and intrigue in Northern Ireland. [Chris Moore] -- The Kincora scandal shocked Northern Ireland when it received media coverage in Since then there have been six enquiries of various kinds into.

Concerns over Kincora were raised in a book, which claimed one of the convicted child abusers, William McGrath, was an MI5 agent. The Kincora Scandal, by ex-BBC journalist Chris Moore, alleged prominent unionist McGrath had sickening sex attacks on kids covered up.

An excellent website, dedicated to exposing the Royal Family, have this to say about a book written on that paedophile ring entitled ‘The Kincora Scandal’: “The Kincora Scandal connects Lord Dickie Mountbatten to a child prostitution vice ring in Belfast, Ireland. Authorities failed to intervene at the Kincora care home for boys until.

The Kincora scandal shocked Northern Ireland when it first received media coverage in Since then, there have been six enquiries of various kinds into the systematic sexual abuse of boys in public care in Kincora and other institutions, but none of them has silenced public concern.

For now, since earlier references link Lord Louie Mountbatten to the Kincora scandal, the admiral of the royal fleet and Prince Philip’s uncle is the subject of a new book entitled The Mountbattens: Their Lives & Loves, written by respected historian Andrew Lownie who also wrote Stalin’s Englishman about Cambridge spy Guy Burgess.

The Kincora scandal: 'MI5 tried to blackmail Belfast homosexual,' says whistleblower Two books have been written, one even alleging that a murder was committed to discredit army information. Irelands most controversial book. More controversial than "Who framed Colin Wallace"by Paul Foot.

More controversial than "The Kincora Scandal" by Chris Moore. Mc Keague was arrested in for paramilitary activities and he boasted from prison at that time that he would not be prosecuted because "he knows too much about some people". ‘An inquiry’ Much, much more on MI5’s Kincora role is contained in Foot’s meticulously researched account, as explosive a book as has appeared about the North.

Northern Ireland's first minister, Peter Robinson, has written to David Cameron asking that he open all security files relating to the Kincora boys' home scandal. The intersection of the Rothschild Family, the British aristocracy and senior members of the British government, industry, and media -- along with sustained deliberate cover-ups by British police -- will go down in history as one of the greatest crimes against humanity.

Pedophilia -- the rape of children -- torture to produce adrenochrome -- Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) -- and the. The scandal involving child abuse at the Kincora Boys' home in east Belfast in the s is detailed in the files.

These include minutes of a meeting between secretary of state Jim Prior and the. Below is a useful summary of the Kincora scandal by Chris Moore, whose book, ‘The Kincora Scandal’, more than any other single factor, probably forced the HIAI to include, albeit reluctantly, the Kincora scandal in its remit.

These articles onare also worth reading: Here, here, here and here. Journalistic investigations into the Kincora sex scandal have centred on the personality, character and bizarre mofivation of one individual, William McGrath.

It was, the multi-various, corrupt and sinister actiyities of McGrath which led to a massive cover_up in Whitehall, a cover-up which to this day withstands attempts to penetrate its wall. He was frustrated that his attempts to expose the Kincora Boys’ Home scandal were failing.

Wallace’s allegations were confirmed by former MI5 officer Peter Wright in his book Spycatcher. The journalist Paul Foot, in his book Who Framed Colin Wallace?, suggested that Wallace may have been framed for the killing, possibly by renegade members of the security services in a bid to discredit his allegations about the Kincora scandal, and the fact that members of the intelligence community had attempted to rig the general.

As an active homosexual, McKeague must have known about the Kincora scandal. But before he had the chance to ‘blow the whistle’, the INLA shot him dead outside his shop in January deep in the heart of loyalist East Belfast. A matter of weeks earlier in NovemberSouth Belfast Unionist MP Rev Robert Bradford was murdered by the.

Kincora scandal: Abuse victim seeks Judicial Review over MI5 link to Belfast boys' home. A former resident of the notorious institution says local inquiry lacks the legal clout to expose the.

The Kincora Boys’ Home scandal represents one of the darker aspects of Britain’s counter-insurgency war in Ireland during the late s, ‘70s and early s.

During this period British political, military and ethno-religious interests converged around a ritualistic paedophile grouping in the city of Belfast, one that exploited young children for the benefit of locally based or.

at the heart of the disclosures over the Kincora scandal is an internal row in the intelligence services. A dissident faction is thought to have formed in the Secret Service. The scuffles over revelations concerning Kincora started with the writing of a book by Rupert Allason, pen name Nigel West, son of a.

If only a fraction of the claims made below by former Kincora resident Richard Kerr are true then the case for a truly independent tribunal of inquiry into the Kincora Boys Home scandal is unanswerable.

And to help ensure that it is independent from attempted subversion by British intelligence, it should be chaired by an. As I wrote last year, this shows MI5 running an agent close to paedophile William McGrath at the time when the Kincora scandal emerged in Further research shows that this agent was still being run during Doyne-Ditmas's time in Northern Ireland, the same period when Supt George Caskey of the RUC was seeking MI5 co-operation with his.

Another book, the Kincora Scandal connects Lord Dickie Mountbatten to a child prostitution vice ring in Belfast, Ireland. Authorities failed to intervene at the Kincora care home for boys untildespite reports over the years of child sexual abuse.

Officers with knowledge of Kincora abuse scandal will not be prosecuted under Official Secrets Act for giving evidence Henry McDonald, Ireland. The centrality of violence, coercion and the generalised abuse of power to the Kincora scandal thus allows for a re-examination of the relationship between child sexual abuse and the gay community as a whole, a matter that gay rights activists and queer theorists in various ways have routinely bracketed out.

John Dunlop McKeague. John Dunlop McKeague ( – 29 January ) was a prominent Ulster loyalist and one of the founding members of the paramilitary group the Red Hand Commando in Authors on the Troubles in Northern Ireland have accused McKeague of involvement in the Kincora Boys’ Home scandal but he was never convicted.

He was shot dead by the Irish .An in-depth report on the career of paedophile child psychiatrist Morris Fraser, a key figure linking the Kincora scandal and institutional child abuse in Britain, which revealed that Fraser was able to continue his medical career even after being convicted of abuse.

From Saville to Goddard: How MI5 vouched for a key Kincora witness, 23 March.The Kincora case needs to be part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), since the Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry in Northern Ireland, which is investigating Kincora, does not have sufficient power to get to the bottom of what happened.

The IICSA has already lost significant credibility and unless it is to be a lame duck of an inquiry Kincora needs to be brought.

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