Child abuse closer to home in the UK – Elm Guest House. Bill Maloney investigates.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORU5x-ryedU&feature=youtu.be

Nightmares at Elm Guest House. Bill Maloney interviews Chris Fay

Published on Oct 14, 2013

Anti child abuse activist and filmmaker Bill Maloney interviews Chris Fay, former national adult advisor to NAYPIC (National Association of Young People In Care) about the notorious ELM GUEST HOUSE and the many questions that remain uninvestigated.
Special thanks to Chris Fay for his tireless and selfless support of child abuse victims and survivors.



Bill Maloney Pienmashfilms

Visit: http://www.pienmashfilms.com

The Elm Guest House child abuse scandal arose from claims of sexual abuse and the grooming of children by British politicians, at parties for men at the former Elm Guest House near Barnes Common in South West London during the late 1970s and 1980s.
An investigation, Operation Fairbank, which was led by the Metropolitan Police Service, started in late 2012. The investigation was a “scoping exercise” aimed at a “preliminary assessment of the evidence rather than a formal inquiry”. Existence of the operation was confirmed on 12 December 2012, after operating in secret for several weeks. A full criminal investigation, Operation Fernbridge, was launched in February 2013 as a result of allegations arising from Operation Fairbank.

http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5101/police-pursue-new-leads-in-paedophile-case-against-ex-minister

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7 Responses to “Child abuse closer to home in the UK – Elm Guest House. Bill Maloney investigates.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Apparently the DJ Paul Gambacini
    did a deal with police that if he dished the dirt on Saville then he would go free, a lot of the info on Saville has come from other gay DJs, what i cant understand is why have all the boys abused by Saville not had their stories taken ?
    the BBC even ignored the fact boys had been abused.
    A good informative website is Zoompad

  2. Anonymous says:

    He also was in to dead people ..and like boys..mostly …And the Royals loved him a very good friend of theirs like rolf Harris and many more ..why have they not been investigated ….Coz ….its their club.. …

  3. Anonymous says:

    Elm house was one of many, there was a home in Long Sutton lincs, where mainly boys would be sent, the ladies who ran it said they knew Jimmy Savile very well.
    I used to deliver croceries there and saw and heard some stuff, although years ago i remember it well

  4. Anonymous says:

    The house you talk about wasa large 3 storey georgian town house called Nimrod house, it was affiliated like Elm house to the West Lyn childrens home i believe,
    I never saw Savile there but i did see other Djs and a politican who has since died.
    I was told after i left a well known black footballer used to go
    to enjoy the boys

  5. NPP says:

    This interview by Pie N Mash Films is powerful. It left me a little stunned… what happens next? Something must, because this interview is out there now.
    Yet again, I find myself asking the same boring question: where is the taxpayer funded moral high ground taking BBC? Radio 4 was in the US interviewing John ‘Insane’ McCain this morning. Dreadful stuff all round.
    I know, presstitues etc… but, you must keep asking them, hold them to account some how, some way.
    I’m contemplating making a brief statement with a link to this interview and submit to my local police station so at least I might secure a signed receipt, that I have informed them – yeah, I know, they’ll probably say just another unsolicited internet film.
    Whatever floats yer boat in the bedroom, if consensual, I guess is fine, but children and babies?! Consensual acts have long been left behind at that stage. It is a challenge to even contemplate who or why adult humans wish to force themselves upon anyone let alone babies in the manner described in this interview. I started watching the ‘Dutch’ interview and confess it was all too much…

    It puts our legal and police system to absolute shame; indeed, it puts our whole system to shame. But worry not, because England have qualified for the World Cup so why focus on depressing and negative stuff eh Ned!? God and or the infinite consciousness help us.

    The mind boggles.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Justice For Children …..xx

  7. judgement day getting closer social services hahahaha

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