Bernard Michael Oliver. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-suffolk-16217716 Brothers anguish over Tattingstone 'suitcase murder' Not a week passes without Tony Oliver thinking back to the gruesome death of his brother nearly 45 years ago. It was 16 January 1967 when a farm worker discovered two suitcases dumped in a field in Tattingstone, near Ipswich. Inside was 17-year-old Bernard Oliver's body, neatly carved into eight pieces. http://ukpaedos-exposed.com/cold-ca...bernard-oliver-muswell-hilltattingstone-1967/ Police are investigating a potential new lead in a murder dating back more than 45 years. The disected body of Bernard Oliver, 17 from Muswell Hill, North London, was found dumped in two suitcases on farmland in Tattingstone, near Ipswich, on 16th January 1967. No one was ever charged with the murder, but two Dr's, now dead, were prime suspects. Police said they had been contacted by a man with new information. http://www.eadt.co.uk/news/suffolk_murdered_man_s_family_tell_of_never_ending_nightmare_1_1165343 Before his death, Bernard who was one of six children and had learning disabilities was sexually assaulted News archive, Jan 23rd 1967 http://news.google.com/newspapers?i...=1883,3365684&dq=bernard+oliver+ipswich&hl=en The bones of another teenage boy found in Brighton, possible links to the murder of Bernard Oliver. I can't find anything to suggest this boy was ever identified. http://www.elystandard.co.uk/news/t...e_prime_suspects_in_suitcase_murder_1_1165489 A private investigator in Muswell Hill claimed to recognise the suitcase used to discard Mr Olivers body, pointing to the distinctive P.V.A initials on its side. She told police she spoke to a man in a launderette on numerous occasions and vividly remembered the case being brought in containing his dirty washing. In 1977 she picked out a photograph of Dr Reddington whom she recognised as one of three men owning the suitcase. http://ukpaedos-exposed.com/p-i-e/paedophile-ring-link-to-no10-to-be-investigated/35147-2/ The Krays linked to paedophile ring, a few famous names and celebrities Find a grave Bernard Michael Oliver http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=12511660 http://www.pressgazette.co.uk/node/27159 Two months before the Freedom of Information Act comes into force, Suffolk Constabulary opened its files on an infamous murder and gave Ipswich's Evening Star a front page exclusive on a 37-year-old unsolved murder case. A speculative request by the paper for the release of files of the Tattingstone suitcase murder, under the terms of the new Act, helped crime correspondent Mark Bulstrode uncover previously unseen evidence against the prime suspects.