BBC embroiled in further child abuse scandal

bbcReportedly, a BBC executive sexually abused boys at his home in Amsterdam.

According to the Sunday Express, in the 1980s, the BBC executive reportedly –

1. Had a known British child abuser staying at his home.

2. Made child porn films at his home.

3. Had boys from British care homes brought to his home to be abused and filmed.

4. Played a key role in distributing the films.

The BBC executive is now retired.

The Sunday Express knows both the identity of the alleged abuser and his former address in Amsterdam.

A former child victim, shown a picture of the BBC executive, has “confirmed that this was one of the men who abused him at the flat in Amsterdam when he was a boy.”

The BBC executive “is said to have travelled back and forth between London and Amsterdam, playing a key role in the distribution of the videos throughout Britain and Europe.”

Meanwhile, Dutch prosecutors have recently ­confirmed that they are to investigate the former Dutch justice ministry secretary-general Joris Demmink for allegedly raping two boys in the 1990s.

Demmink reportedly raped the boys, aged between 12 and 15, while visiting Istanbul.

In 1998, Demmink was mentioned in connection with the Rolodex Affair, an investigation of an Amsterdam child abuse network. The investigation was shut down leading to accusations of a Dutroux-style cover-up.

Children were taken from UK care homes to Amsterdam to be abused and sometimes tortured and murdered.