3 apartheid ministers named as central figures in a paedophilia ring

3 apartheid ministers named as central figures in a paedophilia ring

- A book titled The Lost Boys of Bird Island names 3 apartheid era ministers as part of a paedophile ring

- The book was written by a former policeman and an ex-journalist

- According to the book, the ministers smuggled coloured children to Bird Island and molested them

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In a shocking book released on Sunday, 3 apartheid era ministers are accused of being part of a paedophilia ring.

The 3 alleged ministers of the National Party accused of being paedophiles are Magnus Malan, John Wiley, and an unnamed man.

The book - The Lost Boys of Bird Island - was written by an ex-journo and a former policeman.

Chris Steyn and Mark Minnie wrote The Lost Boys of Bird Island and shocked South Africans with their accusations. The accused ministers allegedly took young coloured children to Bird Island and to molested them.

Malan passed away in 2011 and was the SA Defence Minister when P.W Botha was the president.

John Wiley was South Africa's Minister of Environmental Affairs and Tourism during Botha's time as president.

Wiley was murdered in 1987 - he was shot in the head - and his murder is still not solved.

The 3rd man accused of being a paedophile wasn't revealed in the book as the publishers' lawyers told them to not name him.

However, Briefly.co.za gathered that the unnamed man would have become Botha's successor and resides the Eastern Cape.

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One of the shocking accusations is that one boy taken to hospital after he was shot in his anus.

Malan - also called "Ears" - also allegedly made use of military choppers to smuggle children to Bird Island.

The Lost Boys of Bird Island was released on Sunday, 5 August, and some people are accusing the authors of making up the allegations.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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