Sensational new claims have been made which may solve one of Britain’s longest running mysteries, the story behind Lord Lucan’s disappearance and the death of his children’s nanny, Sandra Rivett.
Made by an ex-Flying Squad officer working at the time of the death of Rivett it is alleged that that the 7th Earl of Lucan, Richard Bingham, who vanished without trace in 1974 paid a hit man to kill his wife. It is also alleged that the hit man was none other than one of the world’s best loved actors turned politician, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and it is further alleged that Ms Rivett was killed in error in the bungled murder attempt.
Police investigating at the time ruled out a professional ‘hit’ due to the fact that the nanny was bludgeoned to death by an iron bar wrapped in surgical tape. Investigating officers felt that such a weapon would be unlikely to have been used by a professional killer. However, for ultra- strong body builder Schwarzenegger it was the obvious weapon of choice.
Schwarzenegger first came to London in the early Seventies to work on perfecting his physique. He has revealed he had taken steroids from a young age. The Forest Hill area of London was where he chose to live, due to the close proximity of the many gyms used by body builders. He was also known to carry his toiletries and weight training gear in a US mailbag.
He had also been having an affair with the wife of an old chum, Ian Maxwell -Scott, and was very much in love with Susan. It seemed the only answer to all the problems would be to get rid of his wife, permanently.This would allow his relationship with Susan Maxwell- Scott to flourish and, for him to regain custody of his children together with the house in Lower Belgrave Street, which he had plans to sell to enable him to become solvent once more.
The current holder of the 'Mr Universe' title, Schwarzenegger, was also strapped for cash. He wanted to promote his career in the United States but this required a Green Card to be able to reside and work there, this were not easy to come by.
Both Lucan and Schwarzenegger knew of each other through gambling circles and the perfect solution seemed to be that in return for the Earl sorting him out a Green Card, through his contacts, he would kill Lady Lucan.
The only witness to the attack on Rivett was Lucan who was near hysterical and could not be trusted keep quiet. The muscle bound weight lifter couldn’t afford to allow the real story to come out, his career would be destroyed, also he could look forward to a long time detained at her Majesty’s pleasure.
Susan Maxwell-Scott was the last person to see and speak to the distressed Earl.
In a cold and callous attack, Schwarzenegger allegedly drove away from Uckfield and then murdered Lucan before dumping his body in the site that had been chosen to hide the remains of Lady Lucan, after her murder. The terrified muscle man then drove the car to Whitehaven to catch a ferry out of the country.
The car was finally found by police near to the ferry terminal and Schwarzenegger, went on to prosper both as a Hollywood actor and later as the Governor of California.
Lord Lucan has never been found despite unverified sightings around the world. He was presumed dead on 11th December 1992 and pronounced legally dead in October 1999.
In September 2010, Giovanni Di Stefano, known as the ‘Devil’s Advocate’, wrote to the Metropolitan Police asking if a Mr Arnold Schwarzenegger was ever interviewed, or considered a suspect, or mentioned in any of the enquiry papers.
The Met replied in January 2011: “The Metropolitan Police neither confirms nor denies that the Metropolitan Police holds the information that you have requested.”
Di Stefano comments “A denial to the allegations was expected but the inability to deny. or confirm. the information by the Metropolitan Police was most revealing and may lead to certain presumptions. We are after-all, talking about the ex-Governor of California and a rich and famous movie star being involved in murder.”
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