Ex-Chief Adviser for UN Children’s Program Has Been Convicted & Jailed for Pedophilia

With Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew making headlines across mainstream media around the globe, many people who weren’t aware of elite level pedophilia have now had their minds blown wide open. Despite the fact that there has been strong evidence of this activity for decades, many people dumped this topic in the conspiracy theory category, and many professionals actually categorized victims who came forward as having schizophrenia.

The trafficking of children and elite level pedophilia goes even beyond that and into the murder and ritualistic abuse of children.

A large percentage of the global elite are implicated, in the royal families, the Vatican, and in the fields of finance, politics, and other places of great power. We are talking about the majority of people who set political policy, control our finances and people we are made to be idolized.

The latest example, apart from the Jeffrey Epstein stuff, comes from Peter Dalglish, an order of Canada recipient, and an Ex chief advisor for the United Nations Child Labour Program. He has quite the resume, apart from being a senior UN official he founded the charity known as “Street Kids International.”

Ex Chief Adviser For Un Children’s Program Has Been Convicted & Jailed For Pedophilia

The police force in Nepal took Dalglish from his home a couple of years ago in a district north of Kathmandu. The police said that two children, aged 12 and 14 years old, were rescued from the home. The police alleged that the children were lured with a promise of education, work and foreign travel before they were sexually abused by Dalglish.

Kabit Katwal, the deputy superintendent of the Nepal Police whose investigation led to the arrest of Dalglish, said the following:

“We made several surveillances for several days and it is the outcome of our dedication. We’ve spent lots of time to bring Peter Dalglish into the frame of justice. We firmly believe he’ll be convicted because he committed the crime. We are pretty sure that the case will not fail…The evidence is there, the confession is there, the victims clearly told the story of how they become victimized. So everything is crystal clear.” (source)(source)

He was right. After spending more than a year in a jail near Kathmandu, the well known Canadian aid worker has now been found guilty of sexually assaulting children in Nepal. Dalglish denies the charge been found guilty of, according to CBC news:

“His Canadian lawyer, Nader Hasan, said Dalglish’s family and friends are devastated by the verdict and that his legal team plans to file an appeal. Hasan said there is no clear timeline when the judge will issue a written verdict or when sentencing will take place — both of which have to happen before he can file an appeal. Dalglish, 61, could be facing a prison sentence of 10 years or longer, Hasan said.”

An Associated Press investigation into the United Nations (UN) revealed that over the past 12 years, there have been approximately 2,000 allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation by UN peacekeepers and other employees around the world. Over 300 of those cases involved children; however, very few perpetrators have actually been arrested and held accountable for their crimes.

Ex Nebraska policewoman, Kathryn Bolkovac, who served as a UN peacekeeper and worked under DynCorp, a military contractor, where she learned about elite level sex trafficking involving the UN, the State Department & Military also been quite active in exposing this type of activity as well. You can read more about that here.

Source: Collective-Evolution.com (excerpt)

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