Carl Beech, the pedophile who got twisted sexual kicks from his evil lies, is the son of a VICAR.

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Carl Beech was introduced to the world in 2014 in a BBC News Bulletin at prime time as a shady silhouette under the now infamous pseudonym “Nick”.

He had a sensational story to tell. At the age of seven, he said, his own stepfather had outsourced him to pedophiles – and the pedophiles concerned were among the most powerful and influential personalities in society.

“Give me an idea of the kind of people,” he was asked during the interview. “Military?

Yes,” he replied, his words from an actor, “others from law enforcement, the political establishment…”.

The abuse, he claimed, took place in hotels, apartments and private clubs all over London, which had a deterrent effect: we were not smuggled in under a blanket through the back door. It was made open. They were not afraid of being caught at all.

Beech had given the city police the names of his perpetrators. He chose former Prime Minister Edward Heath, former House Secretary Leon Brittan and Harvey Proctor, who was once Tory MP.

In addition to the former leaders of MI5 and MI6, two older army generals were also involved.

So almost the entire top tier of the security center in the ’70s and ’80s was involved in the depravity that, as Nick claimed, culminated in three ritual murders.

Mr. Proctor, he said, strangled a fellow victim before his eyes after stabbing him first with a pocket knife.

He was prevented from bringing the pocket knife to the young Carl’s genitals only through the intervention of the “other [adult]man present”. This person was Heath.

At one point during his recorded testimony with officers from Scotland Yard, Beech collapsed in tears. Certainly, the detectives should not have accepted Beech’s fantastic nominal performance without evidence to back it up.

There was none. Not now. Then not. Yet his story, they concluded in a formal statement, was not only credible, but also true.

The decision to believe him unequivocally led to a £2 million 16-month investigation (Operation Midland) that ended without a single arrest. By then, the reputation had been destroyed, houses raided and lives ruined.

Post-Savile Hysteria

Beech ruthlessly exploited the hysteria of the post-Savile era when the country was grabbed by collective guilt over the institutional shortcomings that allowed the now notorious DJ to abuse at will.

It’s still hard to believe he’s been taken so seriously for so long.

The irony is that the “main witness” himself was a danger to children. At the time he was “helping” detectives, he was looking at child pornography, which made him a pedophile and a dangerous fantasist.

Money was a motivating factor. Beech, now 51, received £22,000 in compensation for criminal injuries by falsely claiming that he had suffered serious injuries for being sexually and physically abused as a child.

He also intended to make a living using the international “survivor” language. But what he longed for the most was attention.

On television, with “exclusives” for the now non-existent – and embarrassed – “investigative” website Exaro, and in collaboration with the police, who praised him for his bravery, the shortcomings in his own life made up for.

Beech would have had a good job as a 45,000 pound per year inspector at the Care Quality Commission, the independent health agency, but he was a loner without friends and a failed marriage.

Beech might also have tried to alleviate the guilt of his own pedophilia by creating an alternative reality in which he was the victim.

The prosecution – and a leading psychologist who followed the case – are convinced that this gave him some form of sexual satisfaction.

The teenage loner

Either way, Buchen’s web of narcissistically driven lies would have been revealed from the start – but for the deliberate blindness of the Metropolitan Police. So who’s Carl Beech?

His mother Charmian, a parish nurse (who became Church of England pastor in 2001 after 37 years in the NHS) and his late father, a jeweller, separated when he was a baby.

Charmian remarried in 1976 when Carl was eight years old. Her new husband, Raymond Beech, was a major in the Royal Artillery; he was the person said to have physically and sexually abused him after the family moved into the officers’ quarters at an army base in Wiltshire.

Raymond Beech was not a pleasant Ma

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Mette Frederiksen is a The Washington Newsday correspondent. With her coverage of general science, NASA and the interface between technology and society, Frederiksen has been in the Science Desk's Technology Beat since joining Washington Newsday in 2018.

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