CHILDREN from the Jersey House of Horrors were loaned to rich paedophile yachtsmen as galley SEX SLAVES
From September 2007, police took 1,776 statements from 192 alleged victims, identifying 151 alleged abusers and only seven people were successfully prosecuted.
Because the majority of abusers are in prominent positions and are being protected!
We know from court cases and statements made [during the 2008 inquiry] that children in Jersey care homes were ‘loaned out’ to members of the yachting fraternity and other prominent citizens on the pretence of recreational trips but during which they were savagely abused and often raped.
When these children complained they were beaten and locked in cellars [at Haut de la Garenne]
The youngsters were told by care staff the boat rides were treats—only to be assaulted and RAPED at sea by pervert toffs and household name paedophiles.
A source told us: “Such important figures have been implicated in the cover-up of abuse on the island that the cops feel the evidence should now be passed to the British government
“The latest revelations are explosive. It is going to cause massive waves within the political and legal world and could bring the whole of Jersey’s infrastructure crashing down.”
One of the most serious lines of inquiry in the investigation is that children were regularly loaned to wealthy yachtsmen to “do with them what they chose for the day,” according to our source close to the investigation.
Haut de la Garenne staff described the trips as a treat for children who spent long hours cooped up at the home.
But in reality the kids were subjected to the vilest sexual abuse on board the luxury boats.
Our source said: “The allegations about the yachting community have come in from a number of different people. It is a very strong line of inquiry and when the evidence is made public people will be horrified.”
“This is going to be a long process but the officers have been presented with so many accounts of abuse and cover-ups it is crucial we get answers.
People disclosing the abuse have been easy to ignore but finally they are getting a chance to be taken seriously.”
Former abused care home residents claim what happened to them has been covered up by those in high office, desperate not to tarnish Jersey’s good name or risk politicians in London reducing their power over the tiny, but extremely wealthy, island.
Although Jersey is part of the British Isles and under the Queen’s rule, it has a separate government system dating back to King John’s reign, and makes its own rules and laws.
Former UK prime minister
One of those who stood most to lose was Sir Edward Heath, the former prime minister from 1970-74, who was known to visit the Jersey care home the Haute Garrene among others to take young boys on boating weekends on his yacht called ‘Morning Cloud’, or as his bodyguards referred to it, ‘Morning Sickness’.
Heath on the morning cloud
A source spoke to one of his victims and he said about others who were present, and more important, who was supplying the children to him. The person bringing children for him to abuse is Sir Jimmy Saville. He was seen by the witness, victim, taking young boys onboard Heaths yacht the morning cloud when they were at party conference. Allegedly Saville is known for supplying a number of high profile MP’s with children for them to sexually abuse.
Savile had initially denied ever visiting the home, despite this photo clearly showing him there.
Heath was warned on 4 occasions by the head of the Metropolitan police not to loiter in London’s lavatories and not to try to pick up young boys. Nonetheless, he quickly fell prone blackmailers who insisted he dress up in a ridiculous Gestapo uniform in which he was photographed.
Jersey Police had also investigated accusations made against Jimmy Savile about alleged abuse in a children’s home, but decided there was not enough evidence to proceed.
A spokeswoman for Jersey Police said: “During the course of the States of Jersey Police’s historic abuse investigation, a verbal allegation of indecent assault said to have occurred during the 1970s at the former children’s home Haut de la Garenne was received.
“The allegation was investigated but there was insufficient evidence to proceed.”
Another famous person linked with Jersey and Savile was Wilfred Bramble (pic below) best known for his role in the British television series Steptoe and Son. One of two boys whom he abused in a back room at the Jersey Opera House in the Seventies was from Haut de la Garenne. Brambell was homosexual at a time when it was almost impossible for public figures to be openly gay, not least because male homosexual acts were illegal in the UK until 1967. In 1962 he was arrested in a toilet in Shepherd’s Bush for persistently importuning and given a conditional discharge.
Possible links are visible between abuse in Jersey children’s homes and the earlier notorious Islington children’s homes paedophile ring. A key figure in the ring, Islington’s deputy children’s homes superintendent Nicholas Rabet, came from Jersey. He had worked there in childcare, and regularly took children from the north London council’s homes on camping trips to the island.
Rabet fled Britain after the press exposed him, but was charged in Thailand in 2006 with abusing 30 boys there, the youngest six. He killed himself before he could be tried.
He was found dead in his bedroom in the Thai sex tourism capital of Pattaya on Sunday with a plastic bag taped over his head and his wrists handcuffed to his ankles. A suicide note next to his body read: “Sorry I have to leave like this but it is the only way to escape the stress of my life. “Thank you to everyone who has tried to help me through it but this seems to be my only way out.”
Rabet opened the popular activity centre at The Stables, Back Lane, Cross-in-Hand, in the Eighties after he was left the property by an elderly widow he had befriended.
It was used by local authorities, children’s charities, childrens homes, schools and families.
But loopholes in the system meant police and councils in Sussex were not informed that Rabet had left his former job as deputy head of a council-run children’s home in north London following claims he molested a young boy.
His name was placed on a consultancy register for people deemed unsuitable to work with children.
But its rules did not cover the Sussex centre, where children could ride motorbikes and play video games, because it was privately owned. Rabet sold the centre and fled to Thailand after he was again accused of serious sexual abuse in 1991.
Sussex Police interviewed him following an allegation by a boy from London, but he was not charged.
The same year his home was searched by police investigating an abuse allegation in Cambridgeshire, when officers reportedly seized hundreds of pictures of young boys, gay porn and a collection of male underwear.
Rabet, originally from St Helier, Jersey, was facing up to five years in jail if found guilty in Thailand.
He was said to have paid between 40p and £13 to victims as young as six for sex acts and “commission” to those introducing new boys to him.
Hundreds of boys were said to have played at his rented house, 30 of them regularly. Rabet was arrested after teachers complained and three of his alleged victims, aged 11 to 14, confronted him at Pattaya police station.
Police seized 11 game consoles, snacks and plastic bags filled with the clothes of children who visited. Rabet was bailed after being charged with multiple paedophile offences
His ally, Neil Hocquart, killed himself in custody in Ely, Cambridgeshire, in 1991, after being found with hundreds of paedophile videos. He had grown up in care in Norfolk and was taken to Guernsey, where he became the “cabin boy” of a sea captain, before returning to Britain to recruit children for the paedophile ring.
Jersey’s 53-member parliament has no political parties. Its politicians, judges, policemen and business leaders come from a small elite—often linked by friendship or family. The island’s equivalent of our Commons Speaker is also its top judge—so the system of checks and balances between politics and the law we have in the UK is almost non-existent.
This is a place where the authorities allowed 43-year-old convicted paedophile Roger Holland to stand for election as an honorary constable officer— similar to a special cop in the UK, but with more powers. They knew that six years earlier he had indecently assaulted a mentally impaired 14-year-old girl and admitted molesting another girl. But he got the job and in 1997 rose to become vingtenier—the second most senior cop on the island’s volunteer force.
In 2001 he was jailed for indecently assaulting a young girl in the back of a police van. “Jersey has for too long been a law unto itself—it is time the truth came out,” says our source. Among those fighting for that is ex-health minister Senator Stuart Syvret, who resigned over the cover-up and has given statements to police claiming two senior legal figures were involved in the abuse.
Politicians linked to Jersey abuse
Wilfred Krichefski, a senator in Jersey’s Government and chairman of several committees on the British Channel island, was said to have regularly visited Haut de la Garenne to abuse boys until his death in 1974.
Living members of the island’s establishment, who cannot be named for legal reasons, have also been identified as suspects.
One former resident has claimed he was repeatedly raped at the children’s home by Krichefski (pictured below) in 1962 and 1963. He was the head of several Jersey government committees and in 1958 was made an OBE.
The victim, now in his 60s and living in the West Midlands of England, said that every month, he and another boy would be taken into a back room at the home and abused by two men.
The former resident said he would be woken by a care worker with the words: “There is someone here to see you”. The only person he told about the abuse was a psychiatrist who told him that he would be placed in a mental hospital if he repeated the allegations.
Jersey childrens home where children were abused and killed – COVER -UP
A SHOCK secret police report into the Jersey House of Hell children’s home reveals youngsters there WERE murdered then BURNED in a furnace to COVER UP the atrocities.
Yet the island authorities tried to hush up the dossier on Haut de la Garenne orphanage but a source told us: “Officers on this case are in NO DOUBT what went on.”
All the child Killers Left were Burnt Bones and Teeth.
Innocent children WERE raped, murdered and their bodies then BURNT in a FURNACE at the Jersey House of Horrors, says a top-secret police report into the scandal.
A total of 65 teeth and around 100 charred fragments of bones are all that remain of victims detectives believe were abused and killed before their tortured corpses were thrown into a fiery grave inside the house of hell.
But records of children who stayed at the home over past decades have been destroyed so police have an impossible task of putting names to their grim finds.
A source said “There’s NO doubt in the minds of the detectives on the case that children WERE murdered in the home.
“Officers believe they have compelling evidence that youngsters’ bodies were burnt in the home’s furnace then the remains swept into the soil floor in the cellars—the area that became dubbed ‘the torture rooms’.
“The problem has been identifying the children that went missing over the years. No records were kept of who came and left that place.
“Kids were shipped to the home from all over the UK and were never heard of again.
Most of the dental remains discovered have been identified as children’s milk teeth.
Among more than 100 bone fragments is a TIBIA from a child’s leg and what police believe is an “intact” ADENOID bone from the ear of an infant.
These were all retrieved from a fingertip search of the four cellars in the Home’s EAST WING.
Forensic teams also found STRANDS OF NYLON which they have concluded came from the head of a broom.
And, because those type of nylon brooms were only used in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the discovery helped officers to put a date on when the bones were swept into the soil floor.
Those charred bones and teeth were emptied from the bottom of the home’s industrial furnace—located away in the West Wing—when it was ripped out around that time to install oil-fired central heating.
Around that same time wooden floorboards were laid OVER the old soil floor in the east wing.
And it is there, within the hidden torture chambers just inches below, that the bones, a pair of shackles and children’s clothing were found.
Also in the underground rooms police discovered a large concrete bath with traces of blood.
Many have described being drugged, shackled, raped, flogged and held in a dark cellar for long periods.
Much of the clothing found at the scene is thought to date back to the 1960s and 1970s when youngsters had to make their own clothes and shoes in the care home work shop.
Cops always believed that whoever was responsible for removing the furnace KNEW that there were children’s remains inside. And they think it was moved while disgraced headmaster Colin Tilbrook was in charge of the place.