The Kincora scandal: ‘MI5 tried to blackmail Belfast homosexual,’ says whistleblower

The Kincora scandal: ‘MI5 tried to blackmail Belfast homosexual,’ says whistleblower


‘In the glut of allegations of sexual abuse, one care home stands out. At Kincora, a boys’ home in Belfast, three men routinely abused teenage boys in their care for more than a decade. In this case, the abuse is undoubted, as a court confirmed when, in December 1981, William McGrath, the “house father”, Raymond Semple, an assistant warden, and Joseph Mains, warden, were sentenced to four, five and six years respectively for the sexual abuse of children.
What makes Kincora remarkable is the lingering suggestion that British security services connived in the continued abuse of children in order to secure intelligence.’
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