Tuesday, December 27, 2011


Gary Speed receiving the MBE.

Gary Speed was a very famous figure in the world of UK football; he was good and happy family man.

He died suddenly.

The official story is that it was suicide.

A 'Dispatches' TV documentary mentions that a certain paedophile child abuser worked with many young footballers, including, as a boy, Gary Speed.

Gary was born in North Wales and died just outside of North Wales.

Gary was writing a book.


Gary Speed was born in Mancot, in North Wales

Gary Speed supported Everton as a youngster, and lived on the same street as the club's former captain Kevin Ratcliffe who played kickabouts with Speed and his friends on occasion.

Whilst at school he played for Flintshire Schoolboys, and for Aston Park Rangers.

Ex Deeside Primary Schools’ F.A. player Gary Speed at Bryn Coch School, Mold

Gary Speed began his career with Leeds United as a trainee when he left school in June 1988, and was Peter Swan's boot boy.

Leeds manager Howard Wilkinson first noticed Speed in a youth team game.

Organised child abuse took place at Bryn Estyn Children's Home, not far from where Gary Speed was born and not far from where Gary Speed died.

Scallywag Magazine alleged that:

MI5 used to take foreign diplomats to North Wales children's homes, give them boys to 'play' with, secretly filmed them as they buggered, abused and tortured boys, then kept the tapes as evidence.

Gary Speed was born near Chester and died near Chester. Chester is near the childrens home at Bryn Estyn in Wrexham that was the centre of a child abuse scandal.

Over a dozen victims who complained of abuse by the paedophile ring 'have met suspicious deaths'."

North Wales paedophile ring, top people, the police and the security services

Bryn Estyn Boys' Home, Wrexham, in North Wales

Jersey, Bryn Estyn and Belgium.


Gary Speed of Everton
Missing Madeleine McCann in Everton shirt. (thanks to Aferrismoon for the link)

Gary Speed's name has been linked to events at Bridgend in Wales.

(Gary Speed dead: Let's not get ideas about this haunting suicide ...)

Police Inspector Geraint Lloyd Evans has admited being part of a paedophile ring in which he discussed abusing young children in online chatrooms.


Police Inspector Geraint Lloyd Evans was stationed at Bridgend, in Wales.

Bridgend has had a huge number of 'suicides' by children

Between January 2007 and December 2008, there were 24 'suicides' by young people.

Many of the suicide victims were teenagers between the ages of 13 to 17.

Geraint Lloyd Evans would hold regular internet discussions with other paedophiles across South Wales in which they would discuss abusing children under the age of 13.

Evans admitted conspiring to incite engagement in unlawful sexual activity with a child under 13 during an appearance in court.

The Missing Masonic Child Abuser - Rebecca Television
REBECCA publishes Britain’s first ever Masonic Directory.


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