‘Operation Fernbridge’ releases Elm co-manager without charge

Police to take no action against Harry Kasir as they continue to probe Elm Guest House

Police have released without charge the former co-manager of a guest house at the centre of an investigation into a VIP paedophile ring.
Kasir ran Elm Guest House with his late wife, Carole, for about four years from 1979 in Barnes. Carole died suddenly in 1990, with a coroner recording a verdict of suicide by insulin injection.
He was the third man to be arrested by the Metropolitan Police Service’s paedophile unit under Operation Fernbridge. He was released on police bail at the time.
The Met never publicly named Kasir as having been arrested, and only referred to him as “Fernbridge 3”.
It confirmed to Exaro that no charges are to be brought against “Fernbridge 3”, and that he is no longer on police bail. A spokesman said: “He has been released, with no further action. He is not still under arrest.”
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3 Responses to “‘Operation Fernbridge’ releases Elm co-manager without charge”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Sixty million adults controlled by a minority nonces club bloody ridiculous it is.

    Tis about time we formed our own courts under common law and turned our backs on these ass hats.

    Fifty million people Chipping in a tenner each yields five hundered million pounds easily enough to start up a real justice system once we a free of parasites and graft. £500000000

    For a grand a year each we could have our own Peace Officers and defence force. Manned by honest people.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I’m in! But that’s why governments all over the world use the old ‘divide and conquer’ rule to keep the masses apart to prevent them taking over

  3. Anonymous says:

    Me to ..what a brilliant idea …..

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