East Sussex & Scotland Yard

East Sussex is a county in South East England. It is bordered by the counties of Kent, Surrey and West Sussex, and to the south by the English Channel. Scotland Yard is a metonym for the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Service of the British capital, London. 3.0/5

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Two arrested in paedophile probe linked to politicians Police investigating allegations of an establishment paedophile ring centred on a former children’s home in south-West London made their first arrests today. Detectives swooped on addresses in East Sussex and Norfolk and arrested two men in connection with claims involving the widespread abuse of boys at the Elm Guest House in Barnes. Scotland Yard is investigating allegations that former ministers, senior MPs, top police officers, pop stars and people with links to the royal household were involved in parties involving abuse at the guest house. At the weekend one alleged victim said he was 13 when he and his 12-year-old brother, both orphans, were sent there for parties when they were residents at the nearby Grafton Close children’s home. He said boys were plied with alcohol before being told to pose for pictures wearing girls’ clothing. The men at the former guesthouse would then abuse them after pretending to play hide and seek. Police launc ...
Scotland Yard confirm: Man aged 66 from Norfolk & 70-yr-old man from East Sussex arrested on suspicion of sexual offence re
Detectives investigating historic claims of child abuse highlighted by Labour MP Tom Watson have arrested two men from Norfolk and East Sussex on suspicion of sexual offences, Scotland Yard said.
Nepalese colonel charged with tortureA A A Saturday 05 January 2013 A serving colonel in the Nepalese army has been charged with two offences of torture after being arrested in the UK. The arrest by the Metropolitan Police prompted the Nepalese authorities to summon the UK ambassador in Kathmandu yesterday to make an official protest. They have demanded the immediate release of the army officer. Kumar Lama, 46, was arrested in St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, on Thursday and will appear at Westminster magistrates’ court today, Scotland Yard said. He was charged with “inflicting severe pain or suffering” on Janak Bahadur Raut and Karam Hussain in 2005 at the Gorusinghe Army Barracks, Kapilvastu, Nepal. At the time the offences are said to have taken place, Napal was beset by a civil war in which the authorities were faced by a Maoist insurgency which ended in 2006. Col Lama was said by Nepalese officials to have been on holiday in London while serving as a military observer under the UN Mission in Su ...
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