Operation Fernbridge, Charles Napier arrest, Elm Guest House and the British Council connection

Elm guest housenapierBritish Council

There is news today that Operation Fernbridge/Fairbank officers have arrested Charles Napier.

Their investigations are centered on the notorious Elm Guest House which was used by VIP filth.

Vulnerable boys were trafficked to the Elm and abused.

The arrest of Charles Napier is an important development.

We’re re-posting these details of Napier’s links to the British Council:

” It’s a little known fact that diplomatic bags can be sent all over the world without ever being opened by customs officials.

Bags of cocaine were discovered at the U.N. headquarters in New York stuffed inside diplomatic bags.

The U.N. claimed it was a “mistake” but others spoke of a drugs-smuggling ring taking place at the heart of the organisation.

Could young children be smuggled abroad using diplomatic bags?

According to the Mail:


A diplomatic bag, which cannot be opened, does not have to be a bag.

Almost any object can be labelled with diplomatic tags and is then granted special status under international law.

A host nation cannot search a diplomatic bag, but it is allowed to ascertain that it is what the country using it claims it is.”

In November 2012, the Mirror reported on Charles Napier who appears to be a central player in the paedophile scandal engulfing the U.K.

” In the picturesque Dorset town of Sherborne, Charles Napier is an upstanding member of the community.

He is known as a respected retired languages teacher, a playwright and theatre director.

Only last month he gave a lecture on William Shakespeare at the town’s literary festival.

But Napier’s sordid past threatens to drag him into the heart of new inquiries into a child abuse scandal spanning three decades.

Evidence now being examined by Metropolitan Police detectives links Napier to Peter Righton, one of Britain’s most high-profile paedophiles.

Righton is now long dead. But Napier is not. Now 68 and living with his mother in the West Country, he could prove a vital witness to the unfolding police inquiry into child abuse on a massive scale in this country.

Both men were linked to a shadowy organisation called the Paedophile Information Exchange which campaigned in the 70s and 80s for what they called the age of “child love” to be reduced to four.

Righton was a founder of PIE, Napier its one-time treasurer. Righton, incredibly, was also one of Britain’s leading child protection specialists.

But when police raided his house in Evesham, Worcs, in 1992 they found not only hard-core child abuse images from Amsterdam but a “quarter-century of correspondence” between paedophiles in Britain and around the world.

The probe led police to the kitchen of a flat in South London where they found a letter from ‘Napier – who had a child assault conviction 20 years before – boasting of his life in Cairo as a”British Council teacher.

He bragged of easy access to young boys and how he could send obscene images back to Britain in diplomatic bags.

The scandal erupted again when Labour MP Tom Watson raised the matter with David Cameron in the House of Commons last month suggesting a network of paedophiles working in the UK had links to high levels of Government.

He believes there was an Establishment cover-up of the Righton files and his claims are now being investigated by a Scotland Yard team.

Since Mr Watson’s first dramatic announcement, dozens of victims have come forward with allegations of shocking abuse by paedophiles at care homes across Britain.

Several names of senior politicians have been put in the frame though, it has to be said, without any evidential corroboration. However, what is clear is that there are real concerns that more could and should have been done after Righton’s 1992 arrest and subsequent caution for indecent assault of a boy 30 years before.

Even Michael Hames, then head of Scotland Yard’s Obscene Publications Squad, who handled the Righton files expressed disappointment more was not done. Writing in 2000 of the Righton inquiry, he called for a national team to be set up to investigate paedophiles, adding: “I remain convinced that we have only touched the tip of a huge national and international problem.”

We also then find this most interesting report on the needleblog which shows that Charles Napier is in fact the half-brother of John Whittingdale MP.

John Whittingdale OBE (born 1959) is a Conservative politician in the United Kingdom. He has been a Member of Parliament (MP) since 1992.

He is currently Vice-Chairman of the 1922 Committee. He was a member of the Executive of Conservative Way Forward (2005-10) and the Conservative Party Board (2006-10)……………..

………….From 1982-4, Whittingdale was Head of the political section of the Conservative Research Department. He then served as Special Adviser to three successive Secretaries of State for Trade and Industry, Norman Tebbit, 1984-5; Leon Brittan, 1985-6, and Paul Channon, 1986-7. He worked on international privatisation at NM Rothschild in 1987 and in January 1988, became Political Secretary to the Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. Upon her resignation, Whittingdale received the OBE and he continued as her Political Secretary until his election to Parliament in 1992…………..

………………..His half-brother, Charles Napier, was chairman of the Paedophile Information Exchange and has been convicted of a number of child sexual offences”.

We do hope the police are looking very closely at Charles Napier.

We do hope the police are investigating the use of diplomatic bags to hide filthy crimes.

We do hope the truth is going to be revealed very shortly about just how high the paedophile ring in Britain really goes.

Don’t you?








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