Harry Kasir, the former manager of the Elm Guest House where it is alleged that young boys were sexually assaulted by VIPs, and politicians in the early 1980s, was arrested by the Met Police Paedophile Unit yesterday.
The full story is on the Exaro News website. It is a significant development by Operation Fernbridge, which has already arrested and bailed two other people in connection with the 1980s scandal. They are John Stingemore, who ran Grafton Close, the Richmond Council children’s home, where it is alleged boys in council care were taken to Elm Guest House in Barnes. The other arrested person, Father Tony McSweeney,is a Roman Catholic priest.
The Met Police in a statement confirming the arrest but not naming Mr Kasir, aged 69, said he had been detained on suspicion of having indecent pictures of children, He was bailed until September.
Previous stories on this site on Mr Kasir are (https://davidhencke.wordpress.com/2013/02/20/will-elm-guest-house-man-quit-britain/) and ( https://davidhencke.wordpress.com/2013/01/20/police-raid-home-of-former-gay-guest-house-contact-in-paedophile-investigation/).
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Lets hope Kasir squeals like a pig. And brings the whole house of cards (Parliament) tumbling down.
Was he arrested under the PTA like his former wife? If he was I hope he was given his PTA Notice to Detained Persons so I can add it to my collection.
Wonder who gets the Califoirnia trip?
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