The newspaper article below was sourced by Murunbuch, who runs the excellent Spotlightonabuse blog, which can be found HERE
Both articles have undoubtedly been dissected on the David Icke Forums and elsewhere, but I firmly believe that there are elements involved on that forum that are covering up and spreading disinformation about historic childhood sexual and physical abuse.
I cannot therefore use it as a reference point or quote from it with any degree of accuracy or credibility, (apart from the transcript I have used at the end of this article) which is a shame as they have the ideal platform that could really have brought this issue to the attention of so many people.
The first article, written about David Hamilton Grant, which taken on its own, does not say much more than what is immediately presented to the reader.
I would like to draw your attention not to the subject of the article, but to his alleged victim, a Mr. Clive Godden.
SLOUGH, ETON & WINDSOR OBSERVER:
Article of August 5th, 1988: “Sick world of child porn king”
David Hamilton-Grant, a wanted man in UK after being thrown out of Cyprus:
“The man, described as a ‘maniac’ was deported from northern Cyprus this week after he struck Briton, Clive Godden, his girlfriend’s husband, over the head with a spade.”
Speaking from Cyprus, Mr. Godden, from East London, said the atmosphere on the holiday isle was ‘like something out of a James Bond film’ after the startling revelations.
His wife, Vanessa, fell under Hamilton-Grant’s spell about seven months ago.
He tried to persuade Mr. Godden into a business deal but took his wife at the same time.
“Hamilton-Grant is a bad man,” he said. “I have tried to convince my wife Vanessa of what he is like but she will not accept it. If he was in Saudi Arabia where I work I would like to see him trussed up and have his head chopped off for what he has done,” Mr. Godden told the ‘Observer.’
Hamilton-Grant allegedly caught Mr. Godden unawares as he was getting into his car and hit him over the head no less than eight times with a spade.
He made the vicious attack when he discovered Mr. Godden was ‘investigating’ him.
So, Clive Godden lost his wife to Hamilton-Grant and wished him ‘dead’.
He also openly accuses him of involvement with child pornography.
He received 8 whacks with a spade to the head and suffered ‘hairline fractures of the skull’ for his trouble.
He worked in Saudi Arabia but was interviewed from Cyprus.
In this second article, written two years later, the same Clive Godden is seen attending the inquest into the death of Carol Kasir, the co-owner of the infamous Elm Guest House, Rocks Lane, Barnes in the company of Chris Fay and Mary Moss.
August 23rd, 1990: “Expose these evil child sex VIPs” Outside the court, private investigator Clive Godden said: “They can’t sweep these allegations aside. This goes very far.”
Why was a private investigator interviewed?
Why was a private investigator even involved with the inquest?
Who – if anybody – paid him?
Was he still investigating Hamilton-Grant, as being connected to the Elm Guest House abuse allegations?
Bearing in mind that Hamilton-Grant was also wanted for being the ‘Leader of a child porn ring’ which involved Videos, Photographs and Cassette Recordings.
Where are these items now?
Do they still exist?
Who can be identified if they were ever produced?
Has Operation Fernbridge interviewed Clive Godden?
Is Hamilton-Grant really dead?
It’s not even clear where Hamilton-Grant was located at the time of the articles publication.
(“Wanted in UK after being deported but Police suggest he is not in UK… and later he is “being deported.”)
Neither is it made clear why he was deported (possibly after the attack on Godden, but the next paragraph says he was one of ’16 Britons involved in the ring who are being deported.’)
Why would a suspect described as ‘A Ring Leader’ in a child porn ring, also a Briton, be deported?
Clive Godden also gets a mention in the recent Interview that Chris Fay gave to filmmaker Bill Maloney, though his name was misspelled.
Extract From Bill Maloney’s Interview with Chris Fay.
[BILL] So there we’ve got, they’re saying there ‘Princess Diana was murdered’.
[CHRIS] Yeah. But Doctor Burton was the guy who did her inquest so he was known as being a safe pair of hands, someone you can trust to come up with the right verdict. Now at this point you’ve met Clive Gordon [?] who’s a private detective who was looking at this stuff, bless his cotton socks he’s a lovely bloke as you know, and he kept bouncing up and down in the coroner’s inquest saying ‘That’s not true, what are you talking about?’ and the coroner kept saying to him ‘Will you sit down please and be quiet Mr Gordon [?]
[BILL] But he wouldn’t
[CHRIS] But he wouldn’t
[BILL] Cos he’s a good guy
[CHRIS] Cos he’s a good guy, and I started protesting
[BILL] And he’s now 78
[CHRIS] He’s now 78. I started protesting about the note, Clive kept screaming and shouting at the coroner so in the end the coroner said ‘I’ll adjourn the inquest until August, and I’ll have Scotland Yard’s forensic handwriting experts take a look at the note’, to see whether or not it’s in her handwriting.
A full transcript of that interview can be found on the David Icke Forums, which does on this occasion, accurately reflect the full content of the interview.
With Thanks to ‘Sandy’