Saturday, 12 November 2011

UnHappy Anniversary (3)

Today November the 12th 2011 marks the third Anniversary of the very "dubious" suspension of Jersey's Former Chief Police Officer Graham Power QPM. Regular readers/viewers will be aware that we have, and continue, to expose some of the facts and evidence surrounding this injustice that the State Media rather you didn't know.

Graham Power QPM was the head of the Jersey Police Force when his second in command Former DCO Lenny Harper and a team of dedicated professional Police Officers started to investigate, what has been described as "State Sponsored Paedophilia." Decades of Child Abuse, and possible murder, in Jersey institutions such as the Sea Cadets, and Children's "care" homes." The rest, as they say is History.

To mark this Anniversary we thought we would share with our readers/viewers a few of the postings/interviews we have published since Mr. Power's "first Anniversary."

Unhappy Anniversary ONE

Unhappy Anniversary TWO

In-depth Q&A with MR. POWER

Video Interview with Mr. Power PART ONE

Video Interview with Mr. Power PART TWO

Video Interview with Mr. Power PART THREE

For the more serious reader these links, although there are many more, will give an insight as to what Jersey's State Media haven't been reporting and how things are done in Jersey.

15 comments:

  1. Move on for heavens sake.

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  2. The way Jersey media kowtow to the States in Jersey is remarkably similar to the current UK government, politicians police etc, behaviour with Murdoch and his press.

    A lot of back scratching going on.

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  3. Child abuse at the best of times is an unsavoury subject that many would love to move on from.

    From what I have been reading,

    1. In Jersey uncharged offences of a high percentage in relation to actual complaints made.

    2. Suspend and ridicule Police Chief involved in investigation

    3. Dress up suspension with media assistance.

    4. Employ new police Chief who can trash a live investigation and win an award in doing so.

    5. Close investigation down.

    6. Pretend it didn't happen

    7. Convince public to move on for heavens sake.

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  4. Faustina George12 November 2011 19:32

    Dear Mr. "Move On" --

    I have never posted here, but today I was moved to by your words.

    Consider this: had the world ever paid singular attention to people like you, life would still be (with apologies to Thomas Hobbes) "nasty, brutish and short."

    Perhaps you don't have children.

    Perhaps you don't have any children you've ever cared for...which, let's admit, is assuming you live only the most dismal of lives.

    But I can assume even you were once a child.

    Would you have wanted to be locked within four stone walls and brutally raped for years by adults entrusted to care for you?

    With no recourse? Ever?

    And when you begged, it fell on deaf ears? And when you screamed, no one came to help you? For years.

    Finally, you get out -- somehow, you found a way to survive -- only to find your story is roundly disbelieved? That the same people who refused to help you can only cluck their tongues now at you in the gravest distaste?

    Can you imagine how bleak the world must look through the eyes of someone who has been through that?

    Really. Have some modicum of mercy. If you've ever experienced any pain at the hands of another, you must know what an apology, an acknowledgement, a redress can do.

    A terrible thing, once done, cannot be undone. That is a reality we all must live with. But we can fix whatever is still broken and heal those who are wounded...by giving a damn.

    And we should.

    So, go back to sleep, Mr. Move On. Maybe take some of your own advice and move on from this Web site.

    There are people out there who are kinder and stronger than you. Let them discuss these weighty things.

    FG

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  5. The first comment says it all.

    The first to comment, watching and waiting....

    These cowards are s#####g them selves!!

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  6. OK, I'll take a nibble at the "move on" character as I am pretty sure that this is meant to be a wind up.

    I had a short and what one could call 'succinct' reply to your posting but one feels that FG has said far more and more eloquently than what was initially intended.

    I expect that "Move on" also takes the view that the Nazi hunters who have chased down the perpetrators from WWII Nazi death camps should also have been treated the 'Jersey Way' too...

    The Beano is not the Rag

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  7. OK, I'll take a nibble at the "move on" character as I am pretty sure that this is meant to be a wind up.

    I had a short and what one could call 'succinct' reply to your posting but one feels that FG has said far more and more eloquently than what was initially intended.

    I expect that "Move on" also takes the view that the Nazi hunters who have chased down the perpetrators from WWII Nazi death camps should also have been treated the 'Jersey Way' too...

    The Beano is not the Rag

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  8. What they did to Mr Power was disgusting. Not all Jersey people are so foolish that they cant see how corrupt certain elements of life is here.

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  9. As per normal a blog post that doesn't reflect the whole truth of the matter and one being that Graham Power retired and retired earlier than he had to under the circumstances by his own accord. I also find the notion that no other police officer cares about the welfare of children that is seemingly implied on here by a poster miss leading and disturbing.

    Citzen's Media needs to get a reality check if it expects to grow in popularity and stop trying to tailor news items for it's agenda.

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  10. More mis-information from a reader who must have got it from the State Media. The “fact” is that Graham Power QPM retired much LATER than he was supposed to. After the Wiltshire constabulary had missed a number of deadlines with their so-called disciplinary investigation it became clear there never was going to be a disciplinary hearing.

    Is the commenter suggesting that Mr. Power was treat fairly when just about all involved, Ian Le Marquand, the Royal Court, Brian Napier QC have criticized his suspension?

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  11. Hi VFC.

    Just put up a recording of the BBC's in depth report on The Report. You & your reader's can listen HERE

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