1 Feb 2014

Mass abuse torture and murder of children on the island of Jersey : Leah McGrath Goodman

 Leah McGrath Goodman
Leah McGrath Goodman is an American investigative journalist, author and former UK resident who was banned from the UK after launching an investigation into the alleged mass abuse, torture and possible murder of children on the island of Jersey – a British Crown Dependency and one of the world’s leading offshore tax havens.
The largest of the island's scandals made international headlines in 2008 at the Jersey orphanage Haut de la Garenne when nearly 200 victims alleged that the government had turned a blind eye to horrific crimes against defenceless children for decades. Evidence taken from the orphanage included the exhumed teeth, blood and bones of children. Then, in short order, our island’s chief of police wasillegally suspended, our health minister was thrown out of his job and evidence of children’s remains were irreversibly compromised as Jersey’s governmentscrambled to shut down the investigation at all costs.
After succeeding in doing so, Jersey’s government, to this day, squanders millions from the public purse to try to silence and discredit its critics and, most appallingly, shield the accused from being brought to justice, a number of who remain in high-ranking positions working closely with the island’s children – free to strike again. 
Leah McGrath Goodman's investigative work.

The Jersey “Establishment” are a very secret society and are more powerful and influential than can be imagined. The scandal of Haut de la Garenne and the wider “Historic Child Abuse” investigation are only the tip of a very large iceberg. 


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