Exaro

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Started: September 2011
Founder: David Pallister

Owner: New Sparta Ltd. (Jerome Booth)

Exaro was a UK media source which showed itself willing to address topics which the establishment commercially-controlled media have refused to, notably sexual blackmail and VIPaedophile.[1]

Kroll control of the City of London police

In June 2012, Exaro outed Kroll Inc. as having instigated the City of London police to instigate an unnecessary investigation costing £1 million to protect the reputation of one of its clients.[2]

Interview by George Galloway with Mark Watts, then editor-in-chief of Exaro. (SPUTNIK: Orbiting the world with George Galloway - Episode 83)

VIPaedophile

Full article: Rated 3/5 VIPaedophile

Exaro reported allegations of paedophilia in the UK political establishment which was facilitated and exploited by MI5 for purposes of political blackmail. It assisted in production of the 2015 film which was broadcast on Australia's 60 Minutes in July 2015.[3]

Carl Beech

Full article: Carl Beech

Some commercially-controlled media outlets reported the accusations of Carl Beech and others, such as 'Darren'. Spiked wrote that "Beech also amassed a hardcore group of enthusiasts in public life who helped to give his allegations the oxygen of publicity."[4]

Closure

The investigations into VIPaedophile did not make money and Exaro was shut down amid a financial crisis of the owning company, New Sparta Ltd.[5] Their site was disfunctional as of April/May 2018, but has become operational again around the 15th of May 2018.


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