AN investigator who uncovered Jimmy Saville’s sickening crimes has revealed he is working with police to bring down another VIP paedophile.
Former police officer Mark Williams-Thomas famously exposed the sexual crimes of the Jim’ll Fix It star, and now claims another person of note has committed similar offences.
He was the leading investigator on the ITV Exposure documentary, The Other Side of Jimmy Savile which was released just over a decade ago.
The programme examined claims of child sex abuse and lead to the Metropolitan Police launching a criminal investigation into allegations.
Nou, ten years later he claims there are more monsters in our midst who are “untouchable” – including one evasive high-profile man.
Hy het vertel Mail Online: “There is one very significant person who I’ve done everything to try and get prosecuted because he is clearly a child sex offender.
“To date the CPS won’t prosecute. The police and I have tried really hard to get there.
“He will die in due course and then the floodgates will open in the same way they did with Savile. That’s not right. But justice takes many different forms.”
At the height of his fame Savile attracted audiences of 20 million and he was knighted for his charity work in 1990.
But following his death in 2011, bejaardes 84, die ITV do revealed he had used his roles at various organisations – including hospitals, prisons and die BBC – as a cover to abuse hundreds of children.
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A review found that misconduct had been committed at “virtually every one of the BBC premises at which he worked”.
The revelations led to further claims against Savile and public enquiries were launched to scrutinise how his crimes were allowed to continue for so long.
It’s thought the serial paedophile attacked over 500 girls and boys, which makes him one of the country’s most prolific sex offenders.
A joint report by the Metropolitan Police and NSPCC published in January 2013 Ons toets supermarkroomyse om te sien watter so lekker soos 'n Magnum smaak Savile committed sex offences against 450 mense, 328 of whom were minors when the crimes were committed.
His attacks took place across England, Scotland and Jersey, with the majority taking place in London and his home city of Leeds.
Other assaults occurred at Haut de la Garenne, a children’s home in Jersey.
Savile never faced justice for his crimes, which were committed over the space of more than 50 jare.