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Haut de la Garenne

I have linked to the Community Care story. This picks up on the key message from the interviews by Lenny Harper reported by the BBC as Jersey murder inquiry 'unlikely'

Community Care have correctly identified the issue that the remains of at least 5 children have been found concealed in a children's home. It is worth listening to Lenny Harper's interview on the BBC site as he explains the situation.

The issue here, its links to the mainland and the attempts to cover it up are very live issues. As a director (with Stuart Syvret) of Justice for Families Ltd the first steps towards judicial review of the UK government's failure to ensure the application of the rule of law in Jersey have been taken. We are holding a conference call later today with the government to look at this issue.

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Cadiz said…
The Brits have dark secrets in every corner of the realm. CEOP have been ordered, as the NCIS were before them, not to do teachers or care-workers unless forced to do so by the FBI or RCMP etc.

Or for that matter show the slightest interest. The NCIS were warned about Haut de la Garenne 15 years ago.


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