Sunday, 13 October 2013

3rd Anniversary of Abuse victim's deportation and STILL no support From Jersey Church/Establishment.

October 11th 2013 marked the third anniversary of the deportation of alleged abuse victim known as "HG." HG had reported (to the Dean of Jersey) that she was abused by a churchwarden. A subsequent Report was published, known as the KORRIS REPORT which was damming against the Dean and saw his commission suspended by Bishop Tim Dakin. Later to be reinstated after he (the Dean) APOLOGISED.

Since the publication of the Korris Report We have seen the Establishment CLOSE RANKS in order to protect.......The victim? No.....The Dean. It looks to have begun with this RECOGNISED FORMULA with the inevitable intrusion of Senator Philip Bailhache writing a letter to The Most Rev and Rt Hon Lord Archbishop of Canterbury in order to support.........The victim?.....No the Dean. Not only did Senator Bailhache support the Dean in this LETTER but he went one step further and labelled the victim as the abuser!

There has, in the opinion of Team Voice, been a relentless attack on HG who was treated appallingly by the Jersey authorities including being deported to England, left penniless and homeless as described by former Deputy Bob Hill (below).

Credit must go to State Radio for covering this story (3rd anniversary of HG's deportation) because as far as we are aware none of the rest of the State Media has bothered. But still one of the most burning questions hasn't been answered; Who from the church in Jersey has openly come out in support of HG? Where has the message of Jesus gone? How is it that an abuse victim can be treated in such an appalling manner and the church remain so silent? How is it that, if we remember Jesus was anti establishment, and crucified for speaking out against the establishment, that the establishment are now protecting/supporting his messenger (the Dean)? When did Jesus become part of the establishment?

The only open support this poor victim (HG) has received is from former DEPUTY BOB HILL , and local Bloggers and commenters to the Blogs.

Although Bob Hill was not (adequately) challenged by State Radio during the interview below neither was Bruce Willing published on RICO SORDA BLOG when he was in the studio the same morning.

Isn't it time the media starting challenging something/someone/anything/somebody? That said, at least the BBC made a lame effort which is more than the rest of the State Media has done. Will they be questioning as to whether Dame Heather Steele's Report will be worth the paper it is written on? Will they be questioning the Dame's apparent conflicts of interests? The Police's conflicts of interest? Who will be interested in the safety and well-being of HG, who until she was allegedly abused in Jersey or reported that she was abused was leading a perfectly happy life. Now she is penniless and homeless after being deported from the island. One wonders if she wished she had stayed quiet about the alleged abuse. Indeed after hearing what has happened to HG who will now speak out against/report abuse?


VFC credit BBC State Radio for this recording.

12 comments:

  1. Good job Rico & VFC, two excellent posts boys :)

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  2. Well done Bob Hill. You are missed as a politician.

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    1. The abuse will carry on being covered up by the establishment and state media now Bob and Daniel Wimberley are no longer in the states. I hope HG appreciates the formidable force she has supporting her in Bob Hill.

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    2. Bob Hill is indeed a formidable force for good. He has the knowledge from being both policeman and politician and he is an extraordinarily ethical man as well.

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  3. Thank you Voice, bless you. HG

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    1. You're welcome. I have spoken with a number of church-goers and laity who fully support you but are too scared to go against the Dean/Senator Bailhache and speak out - such is the fear on this island.

      The message of Jesus was lost when the church became part of the establishment.

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  4. I agree with the last bit, as Jesus said, no man can have two masters.
    I am glad that I left the Church of England.
    But I think it is time someone somehow removed the tremendous power that a few people have, because that power, which is abused, will prevent justice again in the future and will cause harm to more vulnerable people. HG.

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  5. Comment 14 October 2013 09:02 from
    http://bobhilljersey.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/jerseys-dean-dame-heather-saint-or.html
    Bob, I would like to send you and other bloggers a letter regarding the continued use of the Jersey church of my supposed 'mental illness' to invalidate me. Such behaviour by them is as far from Christianity as it is possible to get and shows up that the church is not about Jesus, and it shows that they are in the dark ages and discriminate and patronize. Also that other islanders with 'metal health issues' will be treated the same if they are abused. As you know, at our meeting with John Gladwin, Christine Daley said I was not mentally ill, and my psychological reports both in La Moye and the recent report, show that I am not mentally ill, it is an exuse by the church and that is all.

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  6. Jersey Police & Jersey Police Complaints Authority now covering up complaints that were NEVER EVEN MADE

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