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Topic History of: Carl 'NICK' Beech trial begins.
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JK2006 You see fantasies begin with grains of truth; if indeed a teacher had been knocked down and killed whilst changing a tyre on a motorway, such an incident returns years later in another form to validate another story. I well remember a school pupil at Charterhouse when I was young being killed on his bicycle in Godalming; he was similar age to myself and indeed there is a memorial stone to him, David Hutchinson, at the school today. Fortunately I have never needed to reinvent this tale especially not when encouraged by anyone wanting "a good story". I blame the media, police and bent lawyers who always encourage such enhancements.
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Anon 'Jordan Milne
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Mr Beech then explained how it was that Peter McKelvie and Tom Watson formed part of a "little group" that supported him to "put information out there to encourage other people to come forward" - referring to the blog posts he began to write in April 2014
9:21 AM - 22 May 2019'

This is very interesting. I can't find any indication that Tom Watson or Peter McKelvie are actually going to be witnesses in the case.
'M' The trial.has resumed.

Jordan Milne
Today at the trial of Carl Beech the jury heard how Mr Beech met with Labour MP Tom Watson, a retired social worker called Peter McKelvie and a freelance journalist called Mark Conrad in the months before he came forward with his allegations to the Met Police in Oct 2014

This was almost two years after he told Wiltshire Police he had been abused by his late stepfather, as well as Jimmy Savile, who was also dead, and others he could not name.

Detective Sergeant James Townly of the Met Police said Mr Beech emailed him in Oct 2014. He said he could help with the ongoing investigation into allegations that high-ranking paedophiles had operated out of Dolphin Square.

The court heard that they initially met at a Gloucestershire police station for around 20 to 30 minutes and he explained he had gone through therapy since 2012. And that he was ready to speak to the police again.

Some great info below