This is the inevitable question now being raised as the paedophile cover-up in Westminster reaches to the very top of the tree.
The ‘circumstantial evidence’ is of such a great degree, it goes without saying that ‘firm proof’ is under lock and key.
We know from an article printed in USA Today in October 2003 that Prince Charles held “crisis talks” with son Prince William, companion Camilla Parker Bowles and other aides to determine the next step in quelling a gay sex story.
As my memory serves me correctly, Butler-turned-biographer Paul Burrell said he had an audiotape describing a sexual encounter between Prince Charles and a male aide, allegedly involving Prince Charles in the act of sodomy over a chest of draws.
As expected the British tabloid newspapers pounced on the story, but before any momentum could be made, Michael Fawcett, a former royal aide…
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