UK’s official police watchdog the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is slated to investigate whether corrupt Metropolitan Police officers may have ignored clues and ‘covered up’ the murder of 8-year-old Vishal Mehrotra by a high profile child abuse ring in 1981, because of the alleged involvement of influential parliamentarians.
Vishal’s father, retired magistrate Vishambar Mehrotra last year said in an interview that the police deliberately covered up his son’s murder after the boy was abducted as he walked home after watching the marriage procession of Prince Charles and Diana.
Six months later the boy’s skull and several rib bones were found by pigeon shooters in a field in Sussex.
A Met Police spokesperson confirmed they were made aware of a complaint alleging corruption relating to the Met Police’s original missing person investigation into the disappearance of the boy. The complaint has been referred to the Directorate of Professional Standards, and the matter will referred to the IPCC.
The new inquiry was initiated after an alleged victim came forward claiming to have witnessed 3 boys being killed, including one allegedly strangled by a Conservative party MP during a depraved sex game in the 1980s.