Wednesday, 23 January 2013
An Act Of Sheer Desperation?
VFC can exclusively reveal the sheer magnitude of the "graffiti" sprawled on a sea wall at St. Aubin and the chilling tale that it tells. We have obtained the photographs of this "event" and with the help of The Right Of Reply have put them together in a very short video (below) so readers can grasp the scale and gravity of what has occurred.
We have to ask (as the title suggests) is this a "Sheer Act Of Desperation?" The author claims that the Church, and others, "Silenced" the alleged victim(s) of these horrible crimes. Is it that the author had nowhere left to go after attempting to report the alleged atrocities and "sex ring" to the appropriate authorities but was met with deaf ears and silence? It seems inconceivable to believe that anyone would go to these extreme lengths without going through the correct channels first and had been left with no choice.
What is the emotional and physical state of the alleged rape victim and how safe is she? Besides calling the author of the graffiti "A vandal" (BBC) what will ANY of the island's State Media, or authorities, be doing to encourage, and assure, the victim to come forward (possibly again)?
No doubt there is a lot more to this story than what will be told by the State Media, as it might be problematic to Jersey's "image." Any information can be submitted to the Blog in strictest confidence should any of the effected parties wish the FULL story to be told.
VFC credits the Jersey Evening Post for the final photograph in the video sequence below.