An interpreter in his case was sought after Glaser told the High Court in Masaka, that he could not comprehend the English language, and as such needed an interpreter in Flemish, a language that he was well conversant with before he can take a plea.
The production warrant was issued by Masaka High Court Judge Lady Justice Winfred Nabisinde on Thursday, after the Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Rachael Bikhole told the court that Glaser could not appear in court because he had to undergo another medical examination.
URN has come across email exchanges between the operators of Ssese humanitarian services, Glaser and the sponsors of the children under Glaser’s care indicating that some of the children had reported the matter to the sponsors.
Glaser is the Director of Ssese Humanitarian Services, a German/Belgian humanitarian initiative providing rehabilitation services to infected, affected, abused and violated girls in Kalangala district. The centre known among locals as Berys place also provides psychosocial care to victims of sexual related offenses.
High Court Judge Margaret Oguli rejected his Bail Plea on grounds that the state was still conducting investigations into the matter. She further remanded him until 7th January 2014 when his file will possibly be ready.