Rolf Harris is innocent until proven guilty, of course. But it struck me as sad that prosecutors have said (as quoted):
“We have determined there is sufficient evidence for a realistic prospect of conviction and that a prosecution is in the public interest.”
Quite unrelated to Rolf Harris, I know the sharp pang of disillusionment one feels when an elderly gentleman whom one had perceived a certain way — i.e. basically honourable — reveals himself differently through his actions.