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EXCLUSIVE: Did MI5 murder Stephen Milligan MP & Justin Fashanu over Portillo/Lilley gay sex scandal?

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Published on Aug 8, 2014

Should NSPCC chief executive Peter Wanless be running a child abuse enquiry with all this possible scandal hanging over his head? With Jimmy Savile having been a major fundraiser for the NSPCC surely the organisation too is utterly discredited. They control and operate 'Childline' by the way.

Stephen Milligan MP and Justin Fashanu Murders
"It was alleged at the time by Scallywag magazine that Stephen Milligan was originally approached by the security services to attempt to dissuade a well-known footballer coming towards the end of his career from continuing to hawk his story of gay sex sessions with two then serving cabinet ministers around Fleet Street. "Milligan was a well respected MP and part time journalist. "Milligan allegedly approached the footballer who was not prepared to drop his attempts to sell the story. Justin Fashanu "Milligan allegedly reported back to the security services who informed Milligan that unless the footballer did keep matters quiet he would be eliminated. "Apparently there was more to the story than simply the gay sex aspect, the introduction of the footballer to the cabinet ministers was allegedly arranged by a third party who had very close links with an extremely powerful paedophile ring. "The implication was that the cabinet ministers may also have been involved with the paedophile ring although this was not confirmed in the Scallywag report, however it was very clearly hinted at... Stephen Milligan MP and Justin Fashanu Murders aangirfan: GARY SPEED; FLORIDA... "The cabinet ministers involved were very high profile indeed and the alleged paedophile link, if revealed, would have had a catastrophic effect on not only public confidence in domestic government but would have had repercussions on the image of Britain right around the world... "Milligan was allegedly informed by the security services that, his efforts at dissuasion having failed, the footballer would be killed with his death being made to look like an accident. "Milligan then allegedly threatened the security services that, if anything happened, he would tell the whole story to The Sunday Times. "Shortly afterwards Stephen Milligan died, having apparently hanged himself..."
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