Published in 2013 The Paedotrial highlights how brazen, cunning and manipulative paedophiles are! The book is a true story concerning the horrific abuse that took place at the Green Field House children’s home in Maidenhead during the 1960’s. The story climaxes with a jury nobbling during the 2010 paedotrial at Reading Crown Court.
A TITANIC PERVERSION OF THE BRITISH JUSTICE SYSTEM:
The cover up of police corruption, blackmail plots, a 3 million pound out of court settlement, and instant deaths from heart attacks! Skulduggery and double dealing paedophiles, at the Green Field House Children’s Home.
Can you help bring a wealthy paedophile to justice?
Denham Gilbart-Smith raped at least 10 kids aged 9-14 years.
TIMELINE OF EVENTS
(1) In March 1968 Tony Knott a Reading photographer, was given 18 months prison for taking indecent photos of boys. The jury in the 2010 trial were taken to Knott’s studio at 39 Minster Street Reading. An abuse victim in the 2010 trial, told the jury he was photographed naked at Knott’s studio with Denham Gilbart-Smith.
(2) December 1970 Donald Prescott (the recently discharged Warden of Green Field House) broke into the children’s home to retrieve indecent photos hidden in his old office.
(3) In December 1970 after being shown indecent photos of his son, Oliver Gilbart-Smith bribed a DC Carstairs.
(4) Until his untimely death of a heart attack in 1986 Prescott was blackmailing Denham Gilbart-Smith who by now was a Lloyds name.
(5) After Prescott’s death Ted Burkett a career paedophile and one of Burketts abuse victims Woods began blackmailing Denham Gilbart-Smith.
(6) 29/11/2006 Maidenhead council insurers paid out over £3,000,000 to 9 ex residents of the children’s home.
(7) December 2006 the insurers sued Denham Gilbart-Smith to recover their £3,000,000 loss.
(8) Early in 2007 Denham Gilbart-Smith settled out of court paying the insurers over £3,000,000 (Jury not told)
(9) Wednesday 19/05 at the 2010 trial, Woods testified that he had little to do with Denham Gilbart-Smith.
(10) Two days after giving evidence, on the Friday Woods died of a heart attack. (Jury not told)
(11) Monday 24/05/2010 Gilbart-Smiths defence accuse the now dead Woods of being the rapist.
(12) Judge John summed up saying; “Witness six gave evidence relating to the defendants green sports car, he also described the riverside home where the defendant lived with his parents and he clearly described the defendants holiday home. But the defendant in his evidence couldn’t remember who witness six was!” Judge John concluded his summing up by saying: “If you believe that one of the witnesses is telling the truth then you must believe that they all are.”
(13) Sometime between 11/06/2010 and 15/06/2010 did Gilbart-Smith bribe jury members?
It is documented that Woods said the following to the solicitor Alan Collins: “In 1970 when the police investigated Green Field House, Burkett ran off to Australia. At the same time Prescott took photos of Denham Gilbart-Smith in indecent acts with boys, to Gilbart-Smiths father. Prescott told Oliver Gilbart-Smith; “If I go down I am taking your son with me!” Detective/s were then bribed and the child abuse investigation was wound down.”
“Many years later Burkett returned from Australia and visited Woods parents, who told Burkett that Woods was in Wandsworth jail. Burkett visited Woods in jail and on release Burkett took Woods to his sisters house, where at Burkett’s request, Woods went into the attic and recovered a box of indecent photo’s.”
MS (a victim) told me that when Woods was drunk, Woods told him; “When the *Dr committed suicide he left me £20,000 in his will.” *A paedophile friend of Burkett’s. Burkett & Woods were blackmailing a number of paedophiles including Denham Gilbart-Smith.
On the left is a picture of Gilbart-Smiths bubble car, in 1967/8 Gilbart-Smith gave the car to Woods when he became the owner of a new green MG convertible reg KMO 124B. So it is quite clear that Woods had plenty to do with Gilbart-Smith. If Woods was alive, when Gilbart-Smiths defence was accusing Woods of being the rapist instead of Gilbart-Smith, then I suggest to you that Woods would have had something to say about that! But very conveniently for Gilbart-Smith, Woods was dead!
DID Woods STILL HAVE A SET OF PHOTOS IN THE ATTIC?
The prosecution case was; nine men gave tearful accounts of the circumstances surrounding the assaults and rapes by Denham Gilbart-Smith in Maidenhead, London, Kent, Sussex, and Cornwall. The defence case was Gilbart-Smith agreed that he was with the paedophiles and the boys in Maidenhead, London, Kent, Sussex, and Cornwall, But Gilbart-Smith denied raping the boys he said; “I didn’t know that all of the other men were paedophiles, I didn’t rape any of the boys they are all lying!”
After being out for 7 days, in direct opposition to the evidence presented to them, the jury returned not guilty verdicts by a majority.
WATCH THE TRIAL ON THE BELOW VIDEO
Prior to the 2010 trial this paedophile ran an insurance business that insured people against kidnapping & international terrorism. So it is safe to say that this paedophile is a planner and a strategist. After his arrest Gilbart-Smith was cross examined by the police for seven hours his only response was “NO COMMENT”. Whilst I understand that juries sometimes bring unfathomable verdicts, I don’t believe this case was one of them for the following reasons.
- Gilbart-Smith is a strategist and would not have entered court with NO DEFENCE just relying on a ridiculous jury verdict to walk free, especially after just paying out over £3,000,000.00 in one lump to Maidenhead council.
- For Gilbart-Smith this was his paedoggedon! It is my belief that Gilbart-Smith bribed three members of the jury to finally escape his paedophile past. It is my firm belief that the foreman and two other male jury members were given substantial cash payments to return not guilty verdicts.
“Jury nobbling does happen but it is very rare. The problem is that it only rarely comes to light!”
Detective Chief Inspector Leslie Fitzgerald
Scotland Yard Organised Crime Squad
“Two little lads, both had no dads”. (Sung to the tune of Two Little Boys).