Just 9 days after her death, the findings of an inquest were published
The DCS in charge of the Payola scandal, attended the hearing, presumably to investigate any link between the two
'He will study the diary in full' Later on in the article we learn that her mother had re-married, hence the surname change from Ufland to McAlpine (I'll come back to the relevence of this fact later).
OK, so now we KNOW that the Police took the matter seriously. So what happened next ? Bear in mind the Payola stuff had been going on for a few weeks.
Well, the BBC took action straight away
That says 'many of the girls were only 15' by the way. It goes on
Enlightening isn't it ? And there's more as Jimmy Savile has his say the day before (7th April 1971). You have to hand it to the man, he's either the most innocent of all, or he really is hiding in plain sight ! Only Jimmy would have come out with something like this, at a time like that !
Here we go
Jimmy obviously has NOTHING to do with the suicide of Claire McAlpine. The Police and the media must have believed this at the time but, come October 2012 and a very different story is being told. Claire's poor mother is not yet cold in her grave when this beauty comes along courtesy of ITV
So far so good, til the half-brother who I've yet to find in the contemperaneous accounts, says
Named in the diary ? How much were you paid for these interviews Mark ?
That's all for now folks ! Stay tuned for part two when I compare yesterday's truth with today's lies. YOU, couldn't make it up but they have