Savile\’s keys to Broadmoor

I dunno. I think it might be interesting to get this cleared up.

He had his own accommodation there. I wouldn\’t be at all surprised to be told that he had the keys to that.

He might have had the keys to get from the boundary to that accommodation. Wouldn\’t worry me if he did. Through the Judas Gate and down to his bedsit. Shrug.

The way what we\’re being told reads it is that he had the keys to the high security wards. Something I would be worried about and something that I think is extremely unlikely.

But wouldn\’t it be useful to know which of the three really happened?

7 thoughts on “Savile\’s keys to Broadmoor”

  1. So Much for Subtlety

    We will never know. This story, along with the “I was molested by every creepy guy at the BBC in Savile’s dressing room” story, shows how we are moving out of the realms of rational discourse and into the world of myth and legend.

    It won’t be long before we hear he had a black cat and at the full moon flew out over the moors on a broomstick to have carnal relations with the Devil and all his little minions.

    I mean, really, just why the f**k would he want keys to a prison full of people known for their hatred of nonces and with nothing to deter them from further criminal acts?

  2. I mean, really, just why the f**k would he want keys to a prison…

    1. Broadmoor is a high security psychiatric hospital.

    2. To allegedly take advantage of vulnerable people, which is part of his alleged m.o.

  3. So Much for Subtlety

    ukliberty – “1. Broadmoor is a high security psychiatric hospital.”

    You say tomahto ….

    “2. To allegedly take advantage of vulnerable people, which is part of his alleged m.o.”

    Actually the vulnerable people are on the other side of the walls. And I would have thought that Savile was one of them. David Copeland is not vulnerable. And I wouldn’t give Savile much chance of lasting two minutes locked in a cell with him. Nor is Ian Brady. Or Charles Broson.

    As I said, Savile is unlikely to be predating on people with a well known dislike of nonces and nothing to deter them from further crime. See Mr Bronson for instance. It is just part of the hysterical witch hunt that is going on.

  4. As I said, Savile is unlikely to be predating on people with a well known dislike of nonces and nothing to deter them from further crime.

    No-one’s saying he did prey on those people, that’s something you have misunderstood / invented.

    Not everyone in Broadmoor was a ‘Charles Bronson’.

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