Boys used in porn ring inquest heard (10.8.90)

Surrey Comet, 10th August 1990

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  1. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/latest-news/adverts-for-elm-guest-house-included-1571994

    http://theneedleblog.wordpress.com/2013/04/09/gce-international/comment-page-1/#comment-11623

    Adverts for Elm guest house included a coded invitation to paedophiles, the Exaro investigative website has revealed.

    The written message “10% Discount to Spartacus Club Members” is understood to have alerted abusers that young boys were available for sex.

    According to Exaro, files seized by police last month also name a man who helped turn Elm guest house into a paedophile brothel allegedly used by MPs and other VIPs.

    The key figure who persuaded co-manager Carole Kasir to create a haven for homosexual men to have sex with boys is identified in the papers as Peter G, who was part of an underground paedophile network called ‘Spartacus’.

    The evidence raises serious questions for the senior politicians and other VIPs who, according to the files, visited the guest house in Barnes, south-west London.

    In a joint investigation last weekend, Exaro and the Sunday People disclosed how a Conservative party campaign group “strongly recommended” the guest house to members in a newsletter.

    Papers relating to the guest house including a list of alleged VIP visitors were seized in a police raid last month.

    The papers also suggest that two men ­persuaded Carole Kasir to change it into a place for homosexual men in 1982.

    According to the files, they then introduced her to Peter G, one of whose roles was to create a network of venues for Spartacus members.

    Subsequently adverts appeared in the gay press, including Capital Gay magazine, promoting Elm for its sauna and video room and featuring the coded “discount” to Spartacus members message.

    Spartacus International, a gay guide, identified Peter G as its commercial manager. It was the mechanism through which the Spartacus Club attracted members.

    A German company has since taken over Spartacus International and transformed it into a respectable publisher of gay guides.

    But in the early 1980s Spartacus Club and Spartacus International were run from Amsterdam by John Stamford, a former Roman Catholic priest from Lancashire, who moved to Holland after being convicted in England of sending pornographic material through the post. It was reported to have 25,000 British members.

    The group was named after the leader of the Roman slave revolt, who has long been a gay icon, especially after the scene in Stanley Kubrick’s 1960 film in which the character of Crassus, a senator, is helped to bathe by his young slave, Antoninus.

    Stamford masqueraded as a libertarian gay, but championed the Paedophile Information Exchange, a network that promoted sex with children.
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    Between 1979 and 1985, Stamford also published PAN, or Paedo Alert News, which described itself as a “magazine about boy-love.”
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    Spartacus was exposed by The Sunday Times in 1986. Undercover reporters were offered two boys in Manila, aged 8 and 14. Stamford was quoted as saying: “If you are discreet, I can guarantee you will get as many boys as you want in the Philippines.
    “Our chaps there will fix it up, and all it will cost you is a meal for the guides, and just the equivalent of a pound or so for the kid per night.”

    AND HERE ARE COPIES OF PAN MAGAZINE RUN BY STAMFORD

    http://exitinterview.biz/rarities/panfull.htm

  2. rman said:

    Falling into place with that find patsy puddles and Hamilton grant. Have been the subject of guesswork for months and here it was in the public domain all the time!

    Kids taken into care in 1980? I though it was after the raid?

    • murunbuch said:

      It’s possible that both were correct, they were taken into care in 1980, given back to parents, and then taken into care again in 1982. We’ll probably never know for sure, I’m sure Richmond Council have destroyed all the official records from that period.

    • @murun we are trying to disentangle CHE, CGHE (the conservative homo group) Monday Club (conservatives),and Monday Group for homosexual equality..

      LMG formerly London Monday Group for Homosexual Equality

      http://www.gmfa.org.uk/theguide/show?id=4b5cf521d0ccf

      what is clear is that spartacus (who DOES support PIE) are writing letters to rocks lane address as well as monday club (for HE) who is affiliated to CHE ..and fact is CHE appear on council lists in connection to north wales..

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