Sunday, April 17, 2011

Haut de la Activity Centre



Senator Ozouf






Constable Refault



Haut de la Garenne



Open for Business 



New Name New Make-over 



I've been left totally speechless again by sheer lack of compassion and insensitivity of my Government. 


Is there anybody out there who can defend the Governments Shameful treatment of the Jersey Abuse Survivors. 


Hardly surprising we had Decades upon Decades of Child Abuse. 


No one cared about them then; Our Government doesn't care about them now.


The JCLA are being treated with utter contempt by 


SENATOR PHILIP OZOUF: Assistant Chief Minister; Treasury Minister


CONSTABLE JOHN REFAULT:  (Assistant Treasury Minister) Now in charge of Property Holdings.


Let us start first with Senator Philip Ozouf


On tuesday the 12th May 2009 the Senator informed the JEP after a Council of Ministers Meeting that there were 'considerable sensitivities' about the site. He said that the views of the JCLA would be taken into account while a decision was being made about the sites future. He is quoted as saying " A number of people have shown an interest in it but it is at a very early exploratory stage".  He also states; " There is a great deal of work that needs to be done and obvious sensitivities and there will be discussions with the JCLA and other people who have a legitimate interest in the building"


NO CONSULTATION 


Let us remind ourselves 


We are talking about Haut de la Garenne


The Most Infamous build on Jersey  (states building being not far behind)


Apart from the  happy memories of past residents we cannot and must not forget the many Innocent Childhoods that were destroyed in that place.  Let us remember some of the tragic figures surrounding HdelaG



Of the total of 533 offences, 274 were alleged sexual offences; 238 were offences of assault, ill-treatment or neglect, 17 were offences of Grave and Criminal Assault and there were four other offences. 


315 offences were reported as being committed at Haut de la Garenne; 66 at other homes or institutions and 152 at places where children were fostered or in private addresses. 


43% of all offences allegedly committed at Haut de la Garenne were sexual offences



Really quite staggering is it not that our leaders think that a name change plus a lick of paint makes everything ok. 



Just think about it for a moment. 


Now it's being called; 


"The Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre"


Do the people who are making the bookings in the UK have any idea where it is they are staying? 


This is what the JCLA said about the announcement 


"There has been no communication from the states of jersey, no discussion, no notification of the impending opening and no opportunity for care leavers to have their say as promised" 


"Whilst we appreciate that HdelaG cannot lie empty in-definately, there were some other extremely good and maybe more apt ideas put forward"


So, what happened? We must now bring in the insensitive Constable of St Peter John Refault. He is now in charge of Property Holdings.


Assistant Treasury Minister Refault is quoted in the JEP on Saturday the 16th of April as saying


"The JCLA had not been spoken to about the decision to re-open HdealG because it was only being used on a temporary basis"


WHAT!!!!!!!


So, in their eyes, its not Extremely Insensitive if its open only on a temporary basis. What kind of logic is being used here


let me explain to you Senator Ozouf and Constable Refault


IT IS EXTREMELY INSENSITIVE IF YOU OPEN THE BUILDING UP FOR A SINGLE DAY WITHOUT CONSULTING WITH THE JCLA.


The Constable says: " These companies are doing a trial year while we decide the long-term outcome"


A YEAR!!!!!!


Not a care in the world about the feeling of the people who lost their Childhood in that place...


Now this last bit is the best. This is the part that sums it all up for me and I will quote the good constable again; "There's no reason why the JCLA cant be involved with deciding the long term future and if they want to contact us, they can. Our door is always open"


WHAT!!!!!!!!!



Victims of Child Abuse have got to go knock on his door and chat about the buildings future? 



Are these politicians in some kind of denial?????



43% of all offences allegedly committed at HdelaG were sexual offences



Nothing but utter Contempt for the victims of Child Abuse in Jersey 



Mr Refault also added; "That the building will still be known as Haut de la Garenne and that there were no plans to change the name".  Ummmmmmmmmmmmmm is that so.  Where does "The Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre" name come from then or is it that the company didn't want to advertise using the name HAUT DE LA GARENNE? and why wouldn't they want to use that name do you think?



Its linked with Child Abuse.


 You see, it does matter. Now start talking to the people that really count and listen very carefully to what they tell you 


But should we be really surprised by the actions of Senator Ozouf and Constable Refault?



They both Voted against a COMMITTEE OF ENQUIRY



Rico Sorda





49 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Rico.
I am interested to note that you have found statistics re. the number of child abuse claims.I had till now no idea of numbers involved.Would you have any details of the time periods involved.I have my suspicions that it started from the sixties.

Anonymous said...

It stands to reason that Senator Ozouf, Constable Refault and the other minority of States Members who voted against The Committee Of Inquiry are confident that this Inquiry will not go ahead. And they will do their best to obstuct its progress.
Refault will be able to say that there is now no assess to HDLG to The Inquiry Committee Members, because the building is booked up for the next year, and Ozouf (and Le Sueur) will say that there is no money available for an inquiry.

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

In 2009 the Senator OZOUF informed the JEP after a Council of Ministers Meeting that there were 'considerable sensitivities' about the site. He said that the views of the JCLA would be taken into account while a decision was being made about the sites future.

Then in 2011 he says nothing when Constable Refault says ""The JCLA had not been spoken to about the decision to re-open HdealG".

These are the people running the show? Yet another broken promise from Phillip Ozouf and another kick in the teeth for the Abuse Survivors.

It might be an idea for Phillip Ozouf to inform John Refault that a commitment was made in 2009 and should have been kept to.........what a disgrace.

Anonymous said...

More lies in the "accredited media" - they say that HDLG will keep its name, yet at http://www.jerseyhostel.co.uk/ we see :

"The JAAC operates from La Fontaine de L'Estand has recently been refurbished for good Hostel Accommodation and an Activity Centre based on Jersey's beautiful East coast. La Fontaine de L'Est is surrounded by fields,has plenty of parking and wonderful views. It is a 5-10 minute walk downhill to the port of Gorey where there is a good bus service, a good choice of restaurants and bars and is overlooked by Mont Orgueil Castle. Adventures and Activities in Jersey may be booked through the Centre and customised/packaged holidays are also available."

Anonymous said...

It is disgraceful, but also mind-numbingly stupid for Jersey to market HDLG to the international public. It is internationally infamous.

Here is the thing, Rico. Jersey's media-spun abuse cover up has not penetrated public perception beyond UK at all.

Keep in mind that original press coverage of the excavation was thoroughly global and 24 hour news coverage showed photos of the bath, photos of teeth, and highly credible, heartbreaking interviews with multiple victims and witnesses.

Lenny Harper was seen in many dozens of countries as an honest cop on a mission to right not only historic wrongs against children, but also against continued interference from the island's insular culture. The international public quickly perceived that Jersey ALWAYS covered up such things and would not likely tolerate Harper's sudden attempt at transparency. The world's media covered Harper's challenge against this entrenched Jersey culture as a component of almost every initial news disclosure about excavated forensic evidence. Harper's dilemma was explored daily in talk shows on radio and TV, popular true crime blogs, and in a number of notable newspaper articles discussing the reasons Jersey had allowed this abuse to happen and to go unaddressed for so long. It was not only the horror of the institutionalized abuse itself which was major news, but more the lengthy concealment of so many shocking crimes on a small island which most stunned the world. I'm not at all convinced that Jersey's establishment politicians even understand how they were, and still are, perceived.

Jersey's States-supporting media pretty much speaks to itself only. It has only managed to reassure those same people who fervently want to convince themselves that HDLG is forgotten.

Today, if you ask those outside the British Isles about Jersey, the very first thing most will mention is THAT UNPRONOUNCEABLE EVIL PLACE where orphans were raped and many tiny bones were found, and where the politicians unabashedly expressed more pity for Jersey's reputation than abused children. After the world became aware of only that much, there was no further news on the subject in most countries. So, most of the world's people still believe the Harper version of the truth, actually.

Anonymous said...

Rico, you have nailed it again. What a disgraceful act by these shameless politicians should we be surprised? Reputation of Jersey Finance v Reputation of Jersey Abuse Victims there will always be only one winner. Look forward to the second part of your interview.

rico sorda said...

Hi Anon

Hope this helps

he conclusion of the trial involving Morag and Tony Jordan marks the end of a thorough and detailed enquiry into allegations of historical abuse within the child care system in Jersey during the period from 1941 to 2009.

The scope of the inquiry, the details of which are set out below, dealt with offences committed in childrens homes, institutions and private residences within the Island. A major part of the inquiry focused on matters at the former childrens home Haut de la Garenne, where enquiries covered the period between 1960 to 1986, when the home closed.

During the lifetime of Operation Rectangle:

1,776 statements were taken.

9,874 documents were collated during the enquiry, with 4,620 exhibits seized.

533 offences were reported and recorded under the National Crime Recording Standards.1 Under these standards, one offence is recorded for either a single offence or series of similar offences against one victim by the same alleged offender.

Of the total of 533 offences, 274 were alleged sexual offences; 238 were offences of assault, ill-treatment or neglect, 17 were offences of Grave and Criminal Assault and there were four other offences.

315 offences were reported as being committed at Haut de la Garenne; 66 at other homes or institutions and 152 at places where children were fostered or in private addresses.

43% of all offences allegedly committed at Haut de la Garenne were sexual offences. 84% of all offences in foster care or private residences were sexual offences.

Eight people (seven men and one woman) have been charged and tried before the Courts in Jersey with seven successful prosecutions resulting from these cases.

The eight people were prosecuted for a total of 145 offences (27%).

As a result of the complaints received, 151 named offenders were identified, 41 other offenders were not identified.

A total of 192 individual victims were identified.

30 of the named offenders were identified as having died before the inquiry was undertaken.

The total policing costs of the Historical Abuse Inquiry to date is £7,574,636, of which £5,088,328 is staff costs and £2,486,308 comprising non-staff costs (e.g. accommodation , travel and forensic costs).

Where appropriate, legal advice was obtained to determine if there was sufficient evidence to justify proceedings.

RS

Anonymous said...

Google found this too

Address: La Fontaine de L'Est, La Rue de la Pouclee et des Quatre Chemins, St Martin, Jersey, JE3 6DU. The Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre (JAAC) ...
( jersey.com/english/accommodation/hostels/pages/default.aspx )

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

For a bit more "evidence" your readers might want to look at THIIS

Zoompad said...

There will be minuits of all the planning meetings, so the first thing the JCLA need to do is to obtain those minuits. And don't put up with any nonsensical excuses such as confidentiality or no minutes being taken, HO EXCUSES, they will have minutes and the JCLA need to have copies of them.

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

One of the many statistics left out of Warcup's Press release is NINETY THREE PER CENT of suspects were not charged.

Anonymous said...

There was a very awkward interview on the Carrie Cooper show about this subject. It was at 11.30 not sure if it is on the i-player yet. Someone from the Activity Centre was being interviewed. This is still a very touchy subject they are off there rockers for allowing this to happen. Thank god fred and rose west didn't live here this lot would have turned it into an adventure house and called it 'West is Best'

Anonymous said...

Good post Rico, again you have the facts. I reproduce below some of the articles published last week and in particular, for all your readers that don’t live in the island, the article in Saturday’s JEP which has not been published on line:

JEP on line:
HAUTE DE LA GARENNE TO OPEN AS ACTIVITY CENTRE
HAUT de la Garenne is reopening under a different name as an outdoor activity centre and hostel.
The former children’s home has been rebranded as the Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre and will be run by Jersey Adventures and Jersey Odyssey – two local companies offering land- and sea-based activities from kayaking and coasteering to walking, rock climbing and skydiving.
It is due to receive its first guests on Tuesday 26 April and will offer bed-and-breakfast accommodation to families and groups throughout the year, with optional half-board.
Article posted on 12th April, 2011 - 2.58pm

Channel TV
HAUT DE LA GARENNE TRANSFORMED INTO ACTIVITY CENTRE
Hannah Collier reports on a new chapter for the former Haut de la Garenne children's home

It became the symbol of abuse of children on a scale never before uncovered in Jersey, but now Haut de la Garenne will become a symbol for hope for young people.

The former children's home in St Martin has been given a new lease of life as an activity hostel.

The building, which has lain virtually idle for nearly three years since the child abuse scandal broke, will be used for accommodation for adventure holidays and camps.

There are plans to hold courses and activites, as well as give local charity and sports club free use of some of the rooms.

It will be open to visitors from 26 April.
BBC Jersey
Haut de la Garenne to become activity centre
The Haut de la Garenne building in St Martin in Jersey is being turned into an activity centre.
The Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre will open to visitors on 26 April.
Jersey Adventures and Jersey Odyssey will operate the new centre which is the first of its kind in the island.
The former children's home in St Martin will now offer basic bed and breakfast accommodation to families and groups through the year.
There will also be a range of outdoor pursuits and activities available from the new centre and it will also be able to be hired for conferences, meetings and other events.
John Fox from Jersey Adventures said the vision is to build a centre with a reputation for vitality, confidence and personal development which will reflect the diverse nature and beautiful island of Jersey.
The building was a youth hostel before the historical abuse investigation into alleged child abuse at the former children's home began in 2006.
13th April 2011

Cont:

Anonymous said...

And on Saturday 16th April the JEP published the following (not published on line):

CARE LEAVERS ANGRY AT LACK OF CONSULTATION
A former resident of Haut de la Garenne has accused the Coucil of Ministers of treating former residents of the Island care homes with contempt by not consulting them over the future of the building.
In a letter published in today’s JEP, Carrie Modral, chairman of the Jersey Care Leavers’ Association, says that Philip Ozouf has broken his promise made in 2009 to speak to them.
Ms Modral claims that the announcement last week that the former children’s home would be used as an activity centre and hostel was a surprise to the association.
“There has been no communication from the States of Jersey, no discussion, no notification of the impending opening and no opportunity for care leavers to have their say as promised” her letters says.
“Whilst we appreciate that Haut de la Garenne cannot lie empty indefinitely, there were some other extremely good and maybe more apt ideas put forward.”
Three years ago, the former children’s home was the centre of a major police investigation into child abuse. It was announced last week that Haut de la Garenne was due to formally reopen on 26 April, when it will be run by Jersey Adventures and Jersey Odyssey as the Jersey Accommodation and Activity Centre.
But Ms Modral said that the most popular idea among the care leavers was to demolish the building, because it held “so many bad memories.”
“Again though, we have been ignored, forgotten and pushed into the background, indeed treated with the contempt the States of Jersey feel we deserve”.

Assistant Treeasury Minister John Refault is in charge of Property Holdings, the group that has responsibility for all States buildings. He said that the Jersey Care Leavers Association had not been spoken to about the decision to re-open Haut de la Garenne because it was only being used on a temporary basis. “We don’t have a long-term future plan for Haut de la Garenne,” he said.
“These companies are doing a trial year while we decide the long-term outcome.
“We did not want it to fall into disrepair by having no one using it, having just spent a significant amount of money rebuilding it.
“There’s no reason why the JCLA can’t be involved with deciding the long-term future and if they want to contact us, they can. Our door is always open.”
Mr. Refault added that the building would still be known as Haut de la Garenne and that there were no plans to change its name.
16th April 2011

GeeGee said...

I was shocked and sickened when I saw this latest 'news' - yet a further kick in the teeth for abuse survivors and another snub to the JCLA, another broken promise from Philip Ozouf, and as for Constable Refault, words fail me!

It would be most interesting to know when plans and decisions were made in this regard. It has not happened overnight and the idea and marketing has obviously been mooted secretly and quietly for quite some time to have reached this stage.

I am away at present Rico, but when I am back maybe we should go a-knocking on Mr Refault's door and get some answers and hand him the suggestions that Jersey Care Leavers have from abuse survivors for this buildings long term use.

rico sorda said...

Here is the link

CTV

I have had a look at their website and there is no mention of Haut de la Garenne. What also struck me was the lack of a picture. Now, this is a serious question; Do the people coming over have any idea where there lodging? Surly families or groups wont be turning up at the door of HdelaG without the faintest idea of where they are staying, like I said on my posting its the most infamous building on Jersey and an image that went around the world.

Agan; no consultation, just pretend nothing happened, must have been somewhere else

This time it seems that along with the zero compassion for the Jersey Abuse Survivors of HdelaG we can now chuck in any visiting families

Barbara dear this place looks familiar

rs

rico sorda said...

GeeGee

"I am away at present Rico, but when I am back maybe we should go a-knocking on Mr Refault's door and get some answers and hand him the suggestions that Jersey Care Leavers have from abuse survivors for this buildings long term use."

Sounds like a very good idea

rs

Lorna said...

Like many other former residents of HDLG I am angry and frustrated by the latest outrage committed by Ozouf and Refault with absolutely no concern or sensitivity towards the feelings of the children who suffered in that place where 93% of their abusers have got off scot free. I may be angry and frustrated but I am no longer surprised.

You are right Rico. When people realise where they are going for their holidays they may feel quite unsettled. Some may have a lurid fascination about the place but NOBODY in England has not heard of HDLG and what happened there. Most people in other parts of the world have heard about it too. When the Australian Lifeguards were billetted there last year they were horrified!

The powers that be seem to think that having "normal" activities going on in and around HDLG will somehow sanitise it and make everything alright. It will NEVER be alright.

Lorna

rico sorda said...

Hi Lorna

The more I think about what is going on with HdelaG the more shocked I feel. Can they be serious? I mean, really. Advertise and not tell people where they are heading? How about camping next to the lime pits? This is so insensitive that it really shows up the people that govern us. Ozouf and Refault need to do some serious explaining on this one.

I will be contacting the JCLA and Constable Refault to find out how my Government has landed another insensitive disaster

rs

Anonymous said...

I am sure I have heard the names Minty and Gravett in the same sentence before now. Mayhe this is just a co-incidence.

ahimsa

Anonymous said...

"Mr. Refault added that the building would still be known as Haut de la Garenne and that there were no plans to change its name."

Of course not. Not to "La Fontaine de L'Est", no no no :)

Sweep it all under the carpet, chaps.
(and brush some more teeth (that just fell out with root attached) down into the cellars - I mean "voids" - through all those huge gaps between the floorboards that no-one remembers)

Anonymous said...

No photo and no mention of the crimes that took place there. Somebody tell me they are not hoodwinking people into staying at the house of Horrors

Anonymous said...

It will be interesting to see if Mr Rafault's door is "always open". When or if he opens it, when "contacted" by a team of questioning people....

Carrying a camcorder!?

Anonymous said...

What were the other uses which the JCLA suggested for the building other than demolition (As something would ultimately be built there even if it was demolished), as this is not made clear in the articles or comments ?

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

Interview with Rico Sorda part 2 OF 2

Anonymous said...

Sweep it all under the carpet, chaps.
(and brush some more teeth (that just fell out with root attached) down into the cellars - I mean "voids" - through all those huge gaps between the floorboards that no-one remembers)


April 19, 2011 9:41 AM

Would this extract from the police report on the findings at HdlG give support to the idea that there were gaps,somewhere, in those floorboards. How else do so many small toys find their way under those boards?

ex resident Jersey Home for Boys


http://voiceforprotest.blogspot.com/2010/03/operation-rectangle-summary-report.html

Phase IV - Phase IV is characterised by sweeping, evidenced by changes in texture of the cellar fills and the presence of large numbers of plastic bristles and brush head fragments stuck through lower elements of the contexts. In terms of depositions in phase IV, these are (with the exception of a single coin) native in character - the room above the cellars remains a Play Room, and we have a profusion of glass marbles, toy soldiers, play money, farmyard animal figures)

Anonymous said...

How amusing.

I bet that everyone "outraged" by the use of HDLG as an activity centre would, in a few years, point out how expensive it is for the States to keep this building in order whilst it remains empty.

The basic line is.... MOVE ON. Yes, terrible things happpened there which should never happen to anyone but does it still happen there? No. So, why have this beautiful building left empty?

This is a typical knee jerk reaction from people who can't seem to see the difference between journalism and opinion and/or tripe.

The building isn't the problem, its the failure of care in Jersey.

Common Sense

Anonymous said...

They have signed a two-year deal so you have been lied to!

Blind leading the blind.
crass, insensitive and plain stupid.

rico sorda said...

Hi Anonymous

I think you will find that everyone agrees that something must happen with the building and even the JCLA have said that. What I believe should have happened is that everyone sits round a table for a couple of days and thrashes it out but to just go ahead with no consultation is outrageous. Why cant things just be done normally over here why do the always use the F-uck you route.

rs

GeeGee said...

Anonymous - would you like to say MOVE ON to those who were abused in Haut de la Garenne face to face? People who were and still are traumatised by what happened to them. Indeed I would like to challenge you to do so.

By virtue of the way those that suffered abuse at the hands of the States of Jersey have been treated and let down time and time again it has not been possible to MOVE ON as you put it so delicately. Some victims have been damaged for life and will never be able to MOVE ON and this is why the totally insensitive handling of this affair from start to finish is appalling.

Yes, HdelaG is a beautiful building, but that is all it is. Like people it may have a wonderful exterior, but what it hides and stands for is completely different inside, so YES the JCLA and other victims should have been included in any decisions (as promised) and YES there are more suitable uses for the building which would enable to States to give something back to children who are not as fortunate as some. Then and only then they may regain a modicum of respect.

Sadly, I doubt it will happen.

Lorna said...

Thank you GeeGee for what you wrote - couldn't have put it better myself. The only thing I cannot agree with is that is a beautiful building. Because of what I associate it with it cannot be beautiful to me.

As for "moving on" - plenty of us have moved on into regular stays in Psychiatric hospitals as a result of the trauma we suffered. Some of our number have moved on to suicide or premature death from illnesses that have no doubt been accelerated by immune systems compromised by life events.

As a practicing therapist I have needed hours of therapy to come to terms with what happened to me and so many of my friends. Like many others I will not be able to "move on" until I see justice done. Disguising HDLG as a fluffy cuddly tree-hugging environment for children and families is a huge insult to those who suffered there!

Lorna

Lorna said...

Oh, and I should mention Anonymous that some of the former residents of HDLG have attempted to "move on" with the help of drugs and alcohol. Many have moved on to La Moye and other prisons. I suspect the majority of us have had failed marriages and relationships and had to move on from that too. Some of our number have had our own children taken into care because we are too damaged to care for them. Most sad of all some, like the tragic case of Michael Aubin have become sex abusers or violent partners or parents too.

Unless we can be sure that history is not going to repeat itself in Jersey over and over again we must be taken seriously and the lies and cover-ups must stop

Lorna

Anonymous said...

Rico

You must be doing something right as you are being duplicated on Thisisjersey again.... Rico & Rico da sousa.. This person must be spitting about the VFC interviews well done for doing it.

Anonymous said...

PS

Did you read the letter in the Jep the other night on the Police it was from Bluenight.. If not check it out its to do with the last posting..

Anonymous said...

Hello Rico,

Why go through expensive consultations instead of just getting on with it?

Bloggers and others would only moan that more time and money is being wasted deciding what to do with this building.

I think that the knee jerk over reaction is far from the way to deal with this story.

They've got two years to make it work - lets help, not hinder them.

Common Sense

rico sorda said...

"Why go through expensive consultations instead of just getting on with it?"

What!!!!

I don't think Abuse Survivors would charge a penny. A cuppa and a Sarnie thrash it out, job done

Common Sense me thinks

rs

rico sorda said...

OH, And who the hell is bluenight?

rs

Ian Evans said...

ALL PRAISE LE MARQUAND ALMIGHTY

thejerseyway said...

Hi Rico.

It looks like the RNLI Lifeguards are being housed up at Haut de la Garenne as well, on the cheap. So it sounds like a very busy place.
Who else is up there?

Anonymous said...

Who else is up there?..................the tooth fairy?

Anonymous said...

I really see no reason for ANY consultation. It's a building. It needs to be used.

It now will be. Get over it. Move on.

Abuse is disgusting, making use of a beautiful building isn't.

Ian Evans said...

Truth is Rico

It's another worthless promise, broken!

Just a bunch of lying, cheating vermin....

Anonymous said...

"I really see no reason for ANY consultation. It's a building. It needs to be used"

That is why there must be consultation. You have one view and someone else will have a differing view. It's good to talk. If they did you don't have the mess.

Anonymous said...

I noticed Ozouf has a blog with his kind of spin, how the unemployment figures are "falling" (i.e. seasonal trend) despite being over a 100 more out of work than this time last year!

Perhaps we should see if he's open to publishing comments on his pages?

Anonymous said...

the lifeguards are up there with free accomodation and the company have a two-year deal.
who is paying for the lifeguards? and where will they move to?
why is noone asking these questions in the States?
does anyone have access to a concerned states member?

Ian Evans said...

WHEN WILL "THE JERSEY WAY" COME CALLING?

rico sorda said...

There is something not right with property holdings handling of HdelaG will any questions be asked on this? I just don't know. It fly's in the face of the up coming COI but how many battles can one fight.

The one thing that every Abuse Survivor must remember is that the vast majority of their Government does not care about them.

That is complete fact

Not in the past and not in the future

rs

Ian Evans said...

PART 3 OF OUR STORY

Anonymous said...

Take care Rico the scum who hide child abuse in Jersey must suffer eventually if not in this world then in the next!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!