In 1970 the council in Theresa Mays Maidenhead constituency, brushed the horrific Green Field House child abuse scandal under the carpet, hoping it would never again see the light of day.
The child abuse surfaced again some thirty years later in 2000. Maidenhead police investigated but there was insufficient evidence to proceed with a criminal case, so a civil case was pursued by two complainants.
For the following five years *RBWM, denied the abuse ever took place. However, on the 29th November 2006 RBWM were forced to accept responsibility, and they agreed to settle a £300,000 compensation claim with nine rape victims, plus the considerable legal costs incurred from a five year investigation by solicitors Dyer Burdett.
*When we reference RBWM we are referring to the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead or Berkshire County Council (BBC) whose responsibilities RBWM inherited and or their insurers.
RBWM by settling the claims and paying £300,000 in compensation, agreed with the claimants and the Dyer-Burdett legal team that the unnamed man mentioned in the BBC website article, was a paedophile and had raped and abused 4 of the 9 claimants.
To recover their loss, RWBM immediately sued the unnamed man, who promptly paid RBWM £300,000 to cover their loss.
On top of the £300,000 the unnamed man also paid RBWM’s legal bill, including the costs relating to Dyer Burdett’s five year investigation. However, before committing to settle this payment, the unnamed man insisted on the following caveats:
- RBWM would keep his name secret.
- RBWM would keep the amount of cash he paid them a secret.
- RBWM would exclude him from any future claims if they paid compensation to any more of his rape victims.
With total disregard for the spirit of the law and public funds, RBWM amazingly agreed to the caveats and struck a deal with the now self confessed paedophile. This secret paedophile deal included a substantial payment to exclude the unnamed man from any future claims, if RBWM compensated any more of his rape victims.
The amount the unnamed man paid was over £1,000,000!
April 12th 2007, shamed the unnamed man sold his family home of twenty five years, Winterberry Jobs Lane, Cookham, SL6 9TX, for £1,475,000,00.
Winterberry Jobs Lane Cookham
Around the same time the unnamed man sold Ballyhaise Quarry Road, Marlow, SL7 1RE for £1,251,423,00. Ballyhaise had been a family home for about 35 years.
By 2010 RBWM had settled 21 individual compensation claims for abuse that had taken place at the Green Field House children’s home. RBWM settled more than 10 compensation claims for rape by the unnamed man. None of the later claimants were made aware that their compensation claim was being paid with money RBWM had received from the rapist in a secret deal.
After three years of writing to Theresa May concerning the corrupt RBWM paedophile hush payment with ZERO response, the below letter & the book Rich Man Poor Man was sent to 100’s of MP’s.
Out of the 300 MPs the letter and book was sent to, one Scottish MP Brian Donohoe responded with a phone call. Mr Donohoe suggested that I approach Theresa May through my local MP which at that time was Mike Thornton, I acted on Mr Donohoe’s simple advice.
In the below email to Mike Thornton MP, RBWM break their secret agreement and name (Denham) Gilbart-Smith as the unnamed man that paid the RBWM rape bill.
2010 17th May
After a 2 year police investigation, Gilbart-Smith stood trial for 17 charges of raping and abusing 8 kids as young as nine. The secret RBWM deal was not allowed to be mentioned during the trial.
WATCH THE TRIAL VIDEO
- Gilbart-Smith agreed with the prosecution that all of his friends that went to the children’s home were paedophiles.
- Gilbart-Smith agreed to being an unpaid helper at the kids home and going on holidays with the children and the paedophiles.
- Gilbart-Smith agreed to being at the numerous places where the children were raped sold and abused by paedophiles.
- Gilbart-Smith’s only defence during the six week trial was, he didn’t know that his friends were paedophiles, he had no idea that the boys were being raped by his friends, and he personally did not rape or abuse any of the boys.
- Nine men who for the best part hadn’t seen each other for 40 years all claimed to have been raped or abused by Gilbart-Smith.
(One of the 9 made a complaint too late for charges to be made)
- The purpose of a jury is to return a verdict based on the evidence presented to the court, this jury returned a verdict in total contradiction to the overwhelming and robust evidence. All the jury had to decide in what for all intense and purposes was a ‘cut and dried’ case was: “Who is telling the truth, the nine men who hadn’t seen each other for 40 years or Gilbart-Smith?”
Watch the video and cringe at Gilbart-Smith’s pathetic lies, a jury of ten year old kids would have seen through Gilbart-Smith’s nonsense and found him guilty. In The Nobbler it is very clearly outlined how Gilbart-Smith, with no defence WHATSOEVER would once again outsmart the system with his wealth. If Gilbart-Smith had access to one million or fifty million pounds, all of it would be worthless to him in jail. No more Michelin Star restaurants for Greasy-Gilbart just porridge.
With the prospect of disgracing the family name and spending the rest of his life on the monster wing with child murderers, paedophiles, rapists and every other vile creature under the sun. True to his modus operandi, Gilbart-Smith paid out a large sum of *cash to nobble the jury.
*This would be very easy to establish as fact, seven years on a simple financial investigation on the jury members starting with the foreman would prove very interesting.
In 2010 Gilbart-Smith ran *IMS an insurance company that insured policy holders against kidnapping, international terrorism and such like. So Gilbart-Smith was no stranger to spooks and double dealing in the murky world of international intelligence, espionage, and subterfuge. Gilbart-Smith would communicate with spy academy type characters on a daily basis in his work environment.
*Gilbart-Smith is no longer connected with IMS.
The author of The Nobbler John Affleck was sent to prison for 12 months for contempt of the court for protesting against the corrupt verdict. Gilbart-Smith left court a free man with the tax payer paying his massive legal bill. Had the jury found Gilbart-Smith guilty, he would have had to pay his own legal fees, so if the content of The Nobbler book is truthful, Gilbart-Smith in effect paid for his jury nobbling activities with tax payers money.
Instead of suing John for slander and false accusations including tampering with the jury and the murder of three blackmailers, immediately after the trial at the age of 64 The Nobbler swiftly cashed in his assets and left the UK, leaving behind his children and grandchildren, he became a citizen of Northern Cyprus, a Muslim country that has no extradition treaty with the UK.
After John was released from prison Maidenhead MP Theresa May refused to answer any of Johns correspondence for the following three years concerning this matter. However, Mrs May did write to another of Gilbart-Smiths rape victims who lives in her constituency.
NOTE: Theresa May doesn’t respond to the question that was asked about the secret RBWM paedophile deal, but rather in typical politician fashion, she evades the question with statements like;
“we discussed your concerns”
“I appreciate your concerns”
“I have raised this matter”
“I noted the contents”
“In addition I have also raised this”
“I hope this will be of use”
Theresa May was specifically asked whether the secret £300,000 RBWM payment was moral, legal or in the public interest? For whatever reason the now Prime Minister has refused to look into this matter.
Myself and numerous other victims and or their MPs including; Norman Baker MP, Mike Thornton MP, Nick de Bois, MP, John Redwood MP, Mims Davies MP have all written to Theresa May as MP then Home Secretary and now Prime Minister asking the same question and Theresa May has consistently refused to answer this very simple question.
ALL MP LETTERS ARE IN THE JOURNALIST PACK
Prime Minister, instead of giving up salt & vinegar crisps for lent 2017, do you think it might be more appropriate for a person in your position to GIVE UP not answering a straight forward simple question concerning the £300,000 rapist payment to the authority in your constituency?
On the 8th September John received a reply from Sarah Newton the minister for vulnerability at the Home Office. Incredibly Ms Newton advised John to complain to RBWM about the million pound plus payment that RBWM had received from Denham Gilbart-Smith after RBWM accused Gilbart-Smith of raping around ten children in their care.
QUESTION FOR SARAH NEWTON THE MINISTER FOR VULNERABILITY
Dear Mrs Newton, Should I also complain to Mr Gilbart-Smith for raping me when I was a ten year old kid?
You really couldn’t make this stuff up, it’s taken five years to get that advice from the Home Office.