We all know Prince Charles loves to befriend child-rapists.
Quite why he enjoys the company of vile paedophilic filth is a complete and utter mystery.
If his close relationship with murderous VIP pimp Jimmy Savile wasn’t bad enough, we now find him embroiled in the sickening abuse case of Bishop Peter Ball.
The raping Bishop was jailed in October after years of abusing youngsters .
He was able to get away with his crimes because, just as in the case of Savile , he was protected by friends in high places who were no doubt sharing in his sordid practices.
According to the Telegraph, a whole cohort of members of the British establishment came to Ball’s defence and appear to have committed perjury in the process, including the godfather of our own necrophiliac PM, David Cameron:
” A Freedom of Information request by the Telegraph has led to the release of the letters written by some high profile figures in his support, they include former Lord Justice Anthony Lloyd, former Archbishop of Canterbury Donald Coggan and David Cameron’s late godfather Tory MP Tim Rathbone, who gave Mr Cameron his first work experience in the House of Commons.
Mr Rathbone, who died from cancer in 2002, aged 69, wrote that he found it “literally inconceivable” that Ball would ever become involved with anyone in the way described.
Anthony Lloyd, who was a Lord Justice at the time, described Ball as a “saint” in one of more than 2,000 letters sent to the Crown Prosecution Service and Gloucestershire Police in his support from acquaintances.
“He is quite simply the most gentle, upright and saintly man I have ever met,” he wrote.
“If there is a latter day St Francis, then Peter Ball is him.”
Margaret Thatcher’s former Chief Whip Tim Renton MP said any criminal action against Ball was “far too great a punishment”.
Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Donald Coggan, who died aged 90 in 2000, had ordained Ball in 1977 and said he held him in the “highest regard and respect”.
He wrote: “I have seen a good deal of excellent qualities in his work. I have known him as a godly man, totally devoted to his church. He has had an unblemished record.”
Headteachers from some of the country’s top private schools, including Lancing College and Radley College, Oxford, also wrote in his support.
Mr Justice Wilkie, sitting at the Old Bailey, jailed Ball for two years and eight months for his offending in October.
Ball was first reported to Gloucester Police by novice monk Neil Todd and others in 1992.
But no charges were brought against him after police received supportive telephone calls from “many dozens of people- including MPs, former public school headmasters, Jps and the Lord Chief Justice”, the court heard.
It was also revealed that there had been “two thousand letters of support…including letters from cabinet ministers and Royal Family”.
The member of the Royal family was not named by Ball’s barrister.
Today the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said: “In the matter of Bishop Peter Ball the CPS has not received any correspondence nor seen any correspondence to others from any member of the Royal family.”
On its decision to release some of the letters, it added: “Whilst we appreciate some embarrassment may be caused by the release of these letters we believe this is outweighed by the public interest in accountability under their respective titles.”
While Ball has in his past described Prince Charles as “a loyal friend”, a spokesman for Clarence House said: “”The Prince of Wales made no intervention in the judicial process on behalf of Peter Ball.”
The court has previously heard how the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Lord Carey had personally contacted the CPS about the case in 1993.
Ball accepted a caution for indecency in 1993 and resigned his position as Bishop of Lewes.
He then became the tenant of a Duchy of Cornwall cottage.
Once there he was given permission to officiate as priest for six months in the Diocese of Truro in 1995, which was extended for three years by the then Archbishop Carey from September 1995.
Reverend Graham Sawyer, the vicar of Briercliffe, in Burnley, was abused by Ball in the 1980s.
He has attacked the Establishment in light of the support received by Ball in 1993.
“It is terribly sad he was not prosecuted in 1993 and it has not served anyone well,” he told the Telegraph.
“There needs to be a full investigation.
“Unfortunately the Establishment in this country is still strong and the relationship between the church and the establishment needs to be looked at.
“We cannot allow the Establishment to collaborate in this way, it is not fit for purpose.”
In 2008 the Church reviewed the case and in 2012 referred it to Sussex Police, who reopened the investigation which saw him arrested and charged.
Ball attempted to avoid justice by pleading unfit to stand trial, and argued his role as a bishop was not a “public office” he finally admitted his years of offending this year.
He pleaded guilty to two counts of indecent assault and misconduct in public office between 1977 and 1992, while he was Bishop of Lewes.
Ball groomed 18 vulnerable victims to commit acts of “debasement” in the name of religion, such as praying naked at the altar and encouraging them to submit to beatings.
He told many of them he would not approve their applications to become priests unless they participated.
Victims said he used “power and control” to manipulate them and said they had looked up to him and regarded him as “a living saint”.
Mr Justice Wilkie told him he had misused his position to “persuade selected individuals to commit or submit to acts of physical or sexual debasement under the guise of being part of their austere regime of devotion when they were not”.
If that wasn’t bad enough, we know that Prince’ love-a-paedo’ Charles also offered his fullest support and sanctuary to the vile Ball.
In 2013 we wrote the following post:
” We all know Prince Charles loves to befriend paedophiles.
His sordid chums include filthy child-rapist Jimmy Savile, perverted guru Sai Baba and vile science fiction author Arthur C. Clarke.
It now transpires that Charles is close pals with yet another child abuser, the retired Bishop of Gloucester, Peter Ball
So close in fact that he even gave refuge to the pervert and provided him with a luxurious home.
According to the Guardian:
” Detectives investigating complaints of sexual abuse in the Church of England have arrested a retired bishop on suspicion of eight sexual offences against eight boys and young men ranging in age from 12 to early 20s.
Officers from the Sussex police serious crime directorate involved in a six-month investigation into historic allegations at the diocese of Chichester arrested the Rt Rev Peter Ball, former bishop of Lewes and later bishop of Gloucester, on Tuesday morning at his home address near Landport, Somerset.
Ball is thought to be the most senior figure in the church to be arrested in connection with a sex abuse investigation. The bishop, now 80, has connections to Prince Charles, whom he has described in the past as “a loyal friend“.
The ‘ People’ reported on Charles and the Bishop in 1998:
” The mother of a trainee monk who was sexually-abused by a Bishop has slammed Prince Charles for giving refuge to the perverted priest.
Angry Mary Todd said:
“This man ruined my son’s life. He is pure evil, a beast, and he’s hiding behind God.”
Disgraced Peter Ball quit as Bishop of Gloucester after being cautioned by police for indecently assaulting 17-year-old Neil Todd.
Despite being an old friend of Prince Charles, Princess Diana banned him from visiting their Highgrove home after the 1993 sex scandal.
But now the prince has provided the bespectacled cleric with a grace- and-favour mansion on his Duchy of Cornwall estate in Somerset.
Ball, 65, who pays a small rent, confirmed this week:
“He has been wonderfully kind and allowed me to have a Duchy house.
“The prince is a loyal friend. I have immense admiration for him, he has been through horrific times and is a great person.”
Neil left the church after telling how Ball forced him to perform sex acts as they lay naked in bed together.
Other time he had to take ice-cold, early-morning showers while reading the Bible.
Then they stood naked side-by-side reciting psalms in front of a figure of Christ.
Ball escaped with a police caution despite statements from other young men who claimed to have suffered at his hands.
He went to ground and was believed to have moved in with his twin brother Michael, the Bishop of Truro.
But Charles, who attended his enthronement as Bishop, offered him a “substantial” detached house with a garden near Taunton.
Last night Mary, from Nottingham, said:
“This is quite unbelievable. I don’t know what Prince Charles thinks he is doing.
“The man ruined my son’s life and should have been locked away.
“Instead he now lives in luxury on one of the finest estates in the country.
“I don’t feel Ball was ever properly punished – but the fact that the prince has given sanctuary to this pervert is staggering.
“I believe in the Royals and support what they do, but Charles needs to look at the facts before housing someone like that.
“What if it had been one of his kids? This is staggering and unreal.”
It really is high time the Met Police hauled Charles in for questioning over what he knows about Britain’s VIP paedophile ring
We sure he’d be only too delighted to help.