Prince Andrew Scandal Deepens!

Threatening the future of the British Monarchy, a former Royal Palace Police officer has revealed the true character behind the public facade of playboy, Prince Andrew of the Windsor royal family.

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Ex Royal Cop Paul Page has given a game changing interview with Shaun Attwood, blowing apart the word of Prince Andrew’s testimony given to Emily Maitlis, during a Newsnight interview aired on 16 November 2019.

BBC Newsnight interview with Prince Andrew aired on 16 November 2019

Approaching 400,000 youtube subscribers, Shaun Attwood is a leading presenter in the Truth Movement, broadcasting daily updates on the Prince Andrew/Jeffery Epstein paedophile scandal, which threatens to bring down the British royal family.

Reassuring the viewers that he is talking from first hand experience, Paul Page explained how the set protocol of the Palace required all royal members to inform the police officers guarding the public entrance of the Palace, to send down all their appointment each day by 9am.

In Page’s own words;

“Now what happens is first thing the morning there’s another security post inside the palace at the front with police officers in it, and they get all the appointments for all the members of the royal family sent down to him, and they write it in their book. So in the morning at nine o’clock they ring those appointments to the officers on the gate, they write in their book so they know exactly who’s coming in at what time, and who they’re going to see.”

According to Page, the only member of the royal family who failed to follow procedure was Prince Andrew and Prince Andrew alone.

“There’s a set procedure, you can’t just walk into the palace, there can’t be any mistakes made and all the members of the royal family understand that they have to provide the names of the visitors. The only one who doesn’t, who never did, was Prince Andrew. So that protocol was not followed by him and him alone.”

Contradicting the image he presents to the public, Prince Andrew seems to be lurching from one scandal to another. Out of the frying pan and into the fire.

“We complained about this on a number of occasions and we’re told it is what it is, you know, it’s his ass and if he wants to do that and he can do that.”

Rising above the fear of losing their jobs and pensions, ex-royal cop Paul Page, is just one of many whistle-blowers, coming forward over the last few years, lifting the veil of secrecy which has draped the Windsor royal family, since Queen Victoria sat on the Throne.

“I’m saying there is 100% what I saw and what I heard nothing more nothing less.”

Accused of failing to assist the FBI with the Jeffery Epstein human trafficking investigation, Prince Andrew cannot rely on the drama of his nephew leaving the UK to set up base in Canada, to divert attention from his own paedophile scandal.

Paul Page continues;

“On this particular occasion, a young female approaches us and says she’s she’s here to visit Prince Andrew. Well we didn’t have anything in the book, we don’t put anything in the book because it’s Prince Andrew.”

Upon denying the young female entry;

“She said, ah well I’ll tell you what I’ll ring him on it on his mobile, so she proceeded to ring Prince Andrew who was in his room. His apartments face the front of the palace so he clearly could look down and see us and so she just said to him, “Andrew it’s me, the officers won’t let me in because I’m not expected apparently”, so we can hear him on the phone, he said, “put one of the officers on the phone”, so my colleague picked the phone up and he basically said to him,”listen to me you fat lardy ass cunt, let my guests in now or I’ll come down there immediately.”

Contrary to the image he wanted to portray himself during the infamous Newsnight interview with BBC journalist Emily Maitlis, in which he vainly called himself “honourable,” nothing could be further from the truth, according to the first hand testimony of Paul Page, who knows the true character of the lying Prince.

To remind you what he said to Emily Maitlis, in response to being asked why he spent time with a convicted sex offender;

“It was a convenient place to stay. I mean I’ve gone through this in my mind so many times. At the end of the day, with a benefit of all the hindsight that one can have, it was definitely the wrong thing to do. But at the time I felt it was the honourable and right thing to do and I admit fully that my judgement was probably coloured by my tendency to be too honourable but that’s just the way it is.”

There is nothing “honourable,” about publicly bullying a royal palace police officer, whose only priority is to keep him and his extended family safe, from a nation of disgruntled peasants, intent on storming the palace gates and beheading the Monarch…

And that wasn’t the only time Paul Page was confronted with the real character of the paedophile friendly Prince;

“I mean another occasion we were we were in the police Lodge and we get a call that there’s a unidentified person on the Queen’s corridor, albeit that the Queen was not in residence at this time, but the security cameras couldn’t work out who it was wandering up and down. Obviously they sent myself and two PC’s and a sergeant to go and investigate, and ascertain who it was. So two of us went one way round the corridor and the others went the other way in order to come either end of him, and as we got closer it was Prince Andrew, just dressed scruffily, and the sergeant approached him and said, “I’m really sorry your highness, we got called because no one could recognize who it was on camera, and we were just coming to make sure that it wasn’t an intruder,” and he said, “listen to me, this is my house and I’ll go where I want now fuck off.”

“He is just a rude abusive obnoxious person.”

In a news report that appeared on the BBC News website, ‘Prince Andrew ‘grateful’ for Buckingham Palace police apology’, published on 8 September 2013, we hear the Princes’s side of the story;

The Duke of York has said he is “grateful” for an apology from police after officers challenged him in the gardens of Buckingham Palace.

In a statement, Prince Andrew said the police had a difficult job and sometimes they “get it wrong”.

Scotland Yard confirmed it had stopped the prince and said the force had “apologised for any inconvenience”.

The incident happened two days after a man was arrested on suspicion of burglary inside the palace.

The duke said: “The police have a difficult job to do balancing security for the Royal Family and deterring intruders, and sometimes they get it wrong.

“I am grateful for their apology and look forward to a safe walk in the garden in the future.”

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Exposing Prince Andrew as a serial liar, Paul Page goes onto call into question, Prince Andrew’s claim made during the BBC Newsnight Maitlis interview, that he’d only go out in London wearing a suit and tie.

Shaun Attwood made the statement,“In the BBC interview Andrew said he never goes out in casual clothes in London,” to which Page replied;

“That is wrong. I said this previously, he’s talking rubbish. He used to sometimes come back in a shirt and chinos, a shirt without a tie, like a golfing, like a Pringle type jumper on. He would come back casually dressed on quite a few occasions. He would only go out dressed in a shirt and tie, if it’s sort of an official engagement, but a lot of the times I’d see him in a polo t-shirt and what-have-you. So I don’t know why he even went down that road.”

In Prince Andrew’s Defense…

When asked if Prince Andrew was seen with any under aged girls, Paul Page definitively replied;

“They were in their twenties, and there wasn’t any that I would say were younger than that. They were definitely in their twenties, and definitely some of them are 15-20 years younger than Prince Andrew. it’s obviously, and not just my opinion, it’s the opinion of other officers that I work with, that he had a taste for younger women and you know that’s fine, but there was never an occasion, and I can honestly say that, that I ever had suspicions about the age of a female guest entering the palace.”

To finish off, lets remind ourselves of the other statements Prince Andrew made during that fateful Newsnight interview.

“Oh it’s definitely me, I mean that’s a picture of me, it’s not a picture of… I don’t believe it’s a picture of me in London because when I would go out to… when I go out in London, I wear a suit and a tie. That’s what I would describe as… those are my travelling clothes if I’m going to go… if I’m going overseas. There’s a… I’ve got plenty of photographs of me dressed in those sorts of… that sort of kit but not there.”
EM: “Was that what you… because you were perceived by the public as being the party prince, was that something you shared?”
PA: “Well, I think that’s also a bit of a stretch. I don’t know why I’ve collected that title because I don’t… I never have really partied. I was single for quite a long time in the early 80s but then after I got married I was very happy and I’ve never really felt the need to go and party and certainly going to Jeffrey’s was not about partying, absolutely not.”
EM: “And you profusely sweating and that she went on to have bath possibly.”
PA: “There’s a slight problem with the sweating because I have a peculiar medical condition which is that I don’t sweat or I didn’t sweat at the time and that was… was it… yes, I didn’t sweat at the time because I had suffered what I would describe as an overdose of adrenalin in the Falkland’s War when I was shot at and I simply… it was almost impossible for me to sweat. And it’s only because I have done a number of things in the recent past that I am starting to be able to do that again. So I’m afraid to say that there’s a medical condition that says that I didn’t do it so therefore…”
EM: “I think it was Virginia Roberts’s camera, she said a little Kodak one that she lent to Epstein, he took a photo and your arm is round her waist.”
PA: “Listen, I don’t remember, I don’t remember that photograph ever being taken. I don’t remember going upstairs in the house because that photograph was taken upstairs and I am not entirely convinced that… I mean that is… that is what I would describe as me in that… in that picture but I can’t… we can’t be certain as to whether or not that’s my hand on her whatever it is, left… left side.”

Prince Andrew Newsnight interview: Transcript in full

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