Arresting News of (Dis)organised Crime and Corruption


A government advisor, his dungeon master and a very British security scandal Sir John Guinness, the advisor to three prime ministers, was a security risk who indulged a dangerous compulsion for sadomasochism throughout his political career, including while advising the Queen.   An Upsetter investigation into the secret life of the former diplomat and mandarin responsible for privatising Britain’s energy sector has revealed he risked all in pursuit of dungeon masters to thrash, torture and choke him out.   So much so, towards the end of his life, Sir John paid over £400,000 in hush money to a ‘master’ known on the

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LEADERS of a controversial support group for childcare professionals and others accused of sexual abuse have resigned after an investigation by The Upsetter. This newsletter examined claims from whistleblowers that Falsely Accused Carers and Teachers (FACT) had been “hijacked” by convicted paedophiles. It soon became clear that Manchester-based FACT allows sex offenders who either pleaded guilty or never challenged their convictions to join. The group has hundreds of members and has been going for over 20 years with the support of academics from major universities, well-known journalists and law firms looking for business. It also emerged that FACT was twice refused charitable status

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