British elite society is rife with pedophiles, according to the investigator who exposed Jimmy Savile, who also warns there are two other “very high profile” celebrity pedophiles “on the prowl”.
Mark Williams-Thomas helped unmask the twisted Jimmy Savile – who was revealed to be one of Britain’s worst pedophiles who used his fame to prey on young and vulnerable children.
Detectives have allegedly now investigated the two new celebrity names handed to them, but the Crown Prosecution says there is not enough evidence to press charges.
Mark Williams-Thomas, a former Surrey Police detective, now worries their alleged crimes will not be exposed until after they die.
Mirror reports: Just like Savile, who died aged 84 in 2011, this would mean they would never face justice.
Investigations into the Savile case after his death estimated he assaulted hundreds of women and children – some as young as just eight.
Much like Savile, Williams-Thomas says the two new high-profile names think they are “untouchable”.
He told Media Masters podcast: “There are other people out there. there are two particular high-profile individuals that I know about who I’m convinced are sex offenders.
“I’ve brought that attention to the police. I know when one of those people died the floodgates will open.
“This concept of the untouchable still exists. Jimmy Savile put himself in a position where he was untouchable and there are still individuals who fall into that place.”
Jimmy Savile presented the original Top of the Pops in 1964, and preyed on and assaulted his victims from his dressing room.
Hundreds of victims came forward to give their account of what happened.
Some victims said they were abused when the entertainer visited schools and even in hospitals and children’s homes while he carried out his so-called ‘charity work’.
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