‘Evening Standard’ hint that a reinvestigation into the death of Carole Kasir may be underway
We first featured Carole Kasir in June 2013. She and her husband ran the Elm Guest House in Wimbledon, London between 1979 and 1983 and allegedly died of an overdose in 1990. Finally, if a report in today’s Evening Standard proves to be true, a proper investigation her death might be underway.
In the newspaper, the Evening Standard’s crime editor Justin Davenport stated:
“Scotland Yard is investigating allegations of a murder associated with claims of a VIP paedophile abuse ring… They have received reports about a ‘possible homicide’…”
“In a statement the Met said: ‘Over the past month, detectives working on Operation Fairbank within the Met’s Specialist Crime and Operations have been made aware of allegations concerning serious non-recent sexual abuse, said to have occurred over 30 years ago. Our inquiries into this, over subsequent weeks, have revealed further information regarding possible homicide’… Police added that details of the murder allegation had not been passed to police before”.
What went on at the Elm Guest House, if the information our sources have shared with us proves to be true, was appalling. Carole Kasir was undoubtedly a manipulative and frankly evil woman, but if she was indeed murdered, questions need to be answered and justice should be done. Those who visited the Elm Guest House need to finally be interrogated.
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