AFTER LOST DOCS ARE FOUND Was owner of paedo palace who kept list of VIP visitors murdered? Files cops said were destroyed cast doubt on suicide ver dict
was taken there as a child claimed he was plied with drink and made to wear a fairy costume while abusers chased him.
The files even raise a question mark about Mrs Kasir’s home country.
The official report says she was born of the children’s home, was also arrested and charged and as the coroner’s papers show, was convicted as a paedophile after he left Richmond Council.
Stingmore died just before he was due to face trial so one of the charges related to bringing a boy to Elm Guest House was never tested in court.
McSweeney’s offences did not involve the guest house.
In early 1983 Mrs Kasir was convicted with her husband in Germany as Carole Weitzman, based on evidence given to the inquest by her estranged husband Haroon Kasir.
But a close family member says she was born in London don and may have had the surname rname Jones. A Haroon Kasir of running nning a disorderly house.
Although the identities ntities of many of the VIP visitors itors has been a source of speculation, tion, police confirmed to a Channel nnel 4 Dispatches programme mme that Smith – whose paedophile dophile activities at Rochdale ale are currently being examined mined by the independent t child sex abuse inquiry – did visit the guest house. campaigner said: “The fact that there are David Walker, who was a GP from the question marks over the basics makes you practice where Mrs Kasir had been a wonder what else went wrong. The whole patient for 14 years, cast doubt on whether thing needs re-examining.” she had killed herself. Deputy Labour lea leader Tom m Watson The ev evidence said she had was told by the Met Metropolitan tan attem attempted suicide in 1982, when Police that ALL the documents do nts the guest house was raided, A fresh look relating to the inqu inquest had d been be hospitalised after an been destroyed. overdose o in 1984 and had a at Carole’s death Now it has emerge emerged that drinking problem in 1989 information is un untrue. and was a heavy smoker. could show she was Hammersmith But he said: “When there murdered coroner’s court, , are a marital difficulties you which h held the he see se the patient in a depressed i nquest nque has lig light. Sometimes she was rele released cheer cheerful and friendly. I would r redacted accounts of not expect her to commit suicide.” the coroner’s notes, The postmortem report and the poisons seen by the Sunday unit report both show she had no alcohol People. in her body at the time of death. Evidence given by