The Usual Suspect
13 November 2012 Last updated at 14:46
Savile 'engineered' TV shows for child access
"Jimmy Savile Police believe [ah, that old chestnut] Jimmy Savile could have abused 300 people
The investigator [fantasist and money-grabber] who exposed [help create] the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal has claimed the former BBC DJ "created his television series as a vehicle for his offending".
Mark Williams-Thomas believes [ah, that old chestnut] programmes such as Top of the Pops and Jim'll Fix It were "engineered" to enable him to have access to children.
His claims are part of a follow-up to the ITV1 documentary that first revealed allegations against Savile.
Former police detective and child protection expert [sic] Mr Williams-Thomas was behind ITV's Exposure documentary about Savile, which aired in October.
It featured claims that the Jim'll Fix It host sexually assaulted teenage girls while working for the BBC."
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'Mark' our words, Williams-Thomas, you are going to be exposed, for exactly what you are, once all the data is in - you were given a fair chance and you chose not to take it.