Kasir and a cover up

As Haroon Kasir is arrested on suspicion of the possession of indecent images of children, we must ask why additional resources are not allocated to Operation Fernbridge

 

The Sunday People has revealed that Haroon ‘Harry’ Kasir, the former manager of the Elm Guest House in Barnes has been arrested on suspicion of the possession of indecent images of children and bailed until September.

 

Given Haroon Kasir (AKA Harry Kasir) has been bailed until September, we doubt his plans to emigrate to the USA will progress quickly now. Is his arrest a classic example of the use of the 'distraction technique'?
Given Haroon Kasir (AKA Harry Kasir) has been bailed until September, we doubt his plans to emigrate to the USA will progress quickly now. Is his arrest a classic example of the use of the ‘distraction technique’?

Mr Kasir, who was charged with running an immoral house in 1982 along with his now deceased wife Carole, is, we would argue, the tip of the iceberg.

 

As we also suggested on the 10th June, not nearly enough resources have been devoted to Operation Fernbridge, the investigation into the “VIP paedophile ring” said to have operated from the Rocks Lane guest house. It is time this scandal and the cover up that has kept it out of the public eye was properly examined.

 

 

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  1. Mistakes have been made. Lessons have been learned. Policies and safeguards have been implemented to ensure that it never happens again. It must have been terrible and distressing for the victims. They can be proud of the dignified and brave manner in which they have conducted themselves. They must move on.
    We have bigger fish to fry, Rupert Murdoch is the real culprit. Sound familiar?

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