Tags » Paedophile Information Exchange

1978: PIE raids, William Blake and Lord Margadale's estate at Fonthill Wiltshire

Children of the future age

Reading this indignant page

Know that in a former time

Love! Sweet Love! was thought a crime

(A Little Girl Lost – William Blake from Songs of Innocence & Experience) 1,833 more words

June 1975: Who was PIE's 'Man in New Zealand?'

In May/June 1975 Keith Hose took over as Chairman of PIE.¬†Two of PIE’s co-founders from the Scottish Minorities Group, Ian Campbell Dunn and Michael Hanson, ostensibly handed the reins over to Hose, a recent graduate. 354 more words

PIE Newsletter No 8 (late 1975) - Save the Children advert?

Cyril Smith was snapped by PA (left) in 1991 in a Save the Children t-shirt, included in a gallery of Smith photos at the article below: 785 more words

Jan 1976: A 3rd co-founder of PIE? Keith Hose writes to Mary McIntosh

*with thanks to researcher wishing to remain anon for now for finding these documents

Mary McIntosh (1936 – 2013), turning forty, was working at the Home Office Policy Advisory Committee on Sexual Offences in 1976. 330 more words

With compliments from Ian Dunn & while you were out, Tony Smythe called

Throughout Grey’s correspondence it is clear he places pressure on various people at various times to write letters to the press, as part of his eminence gris role in shaping others to shape public opinion and acceptance of paedophilia. 467 more words

March 1977: Albany Trust, Arlo Tatum, Peace News and Paedophiles

Once again there is talk of the Albany Trust being in crisis and following the decision to ditch public association with PIE (and the now defunct PAL) by publishing  926 more words

1975-1976: Haywood & Napier, Albany Trust & Nucleus at Earl's Court

November 1976: Earl’s Court – Haywood & Napier, Nucleus & Albany Trust

On a cold Sunday afternoon, Robin Lloyd, a US based NBC photo-journalist at the time of writing ‘Playland’ in 1975/6, walked around Times Square, in particular looking in two amusement arcades. 3,161 more words