Thursday, March 29, 2012

Jersey Child Abuse Compensation Announced. Includes Footage Of Cadaver Dog Eddie.





Victims of child abuse at Jersey care homes are to be offered up to £60,000 compensation from the States.

More than 100 former care home residents will be able to make claims, with the level of payout dependent on the nature of the offences.

Carrie Modral, from the Jersey Care Leavers Association, said it was a long time coming.
She said: "A lot of the survivors are living on the poverty line so it will be a huge boosthelp with debts."

She added: "But for some people it's just not enough for the abuse that they suffered."
'Fairly and sensitively'

Jersey's Chief Minister, Senator Ian Gorst, said: "Whilst we recognise nothing in some ways can compensate for that abuse, we as ministers feel this financial recompense is appropriate at this time."

Senator Gorst said he hoped to launch a public enquiry into historical abuse in the island.
"I hope to be in a position to launch a public enquiry for the States assembly to debate within the next month to six weeks."

He added: "The Council of Ministers wants to ensure claimants are dealt with fairly and sensitively," the Sentator added.

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Many of them had been placed at homes in Jersey [...] only to endure often harsh conditions, deliberate cruelty and sexual abuse.”
 Alan Collins Representing abuse victims
The scheme will be open to anyone who was in a Jersey care home between 9 May 1945 and 31 December 1994..

People making a claim will give their details to law firm Mourant Ozannes who will then assess each case.

Advocate Beverley Lacey from Jersey law firm Mourant Ozannes said they were not expecting more than 100 claims.

She said: "Three different sets of law firms are acting for a total of 90 claiments, we are not anticipating the number to reach more than 100."

'Recognition needed'

Alan Collins from the UK law firm Pannone, which is representing 43 victims, said this was about justice rather than compensation.

He said: "The victims have been driven by a need for recognition.

"Many of them had been placed at Haut de la Garenne - and other homes in Jersey - through no fault of their own and often because of tragic family circumstances, only to endure often harsh conditions, deliberate cruelty and sexual abuse.

"Those who were supposedly caring for them either abused or were complicit."

All claims need to be into Mourant Ozannes by 30 September 2012.

An inquiry into historical abuse at Jersey's children's homes ran between 2007 and 2010.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-jersey-17549575

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-jersey-17337414

http://jerseyabusescandal.blogspot.com.es/2012/03/httpvoiceforchildren.html

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Jersey: In The McCann Case We Had Family Members Trying To Be' Helpful' And Explaining Away A Strange Odour In The Car

Jersey : Here We Have Another Cadaver Dog Called BUSTER...

In the Suzanne Pilley murder trial cadaver dog BUSTER is a springer spaniel just like Eddie. Here another BUSTER, a black labrador doing what he is trained to do, find bodies and human remains...


http://www.charliemanson.com/barker-search-3.htm

Jersey : SuzannePilley Guilty Verdict - In Evidence Cadaver Dog BUSTER - Without Forensic - Without A Body


David Gilroy: The 49-year-old was found guilty on Thursday.© STV

Jury found him guilty of the murder of his former girlfriend, whose body has never been found.
A man has been found guilty of murdering missing bookkeeper Suzanne Pilley before burying her body in rural woodland.

David Gilroy, 49, was found guilty by a jury at the High Court in Edinburgh on Thursday. He was also found guilty of attempting to defeat the ends of justice.

The jury of eight men and seven women took three days to return the verdict. Ms Pilley's family started to cry in the public gallery as the verdict was delivered. There was no visible reaction from Gilroy or his wife Andrea.

The court was told the murderer had been sacked from his job at Infrastructure Management Limited (IML), where he worked with Ms Pilley, on July 1, 2010, shortly after he was charged.

Ms Pilley, 38, went missing on her way to work in Edinburgh city centre on May 4, 2010. She was captured on CCTV making her way to the offices of IML on Thistle Street but never arrived at her desk.

Gilroy lured his former girlfriend into the basement of the office building before murdering her "by means unknown". He then hid her body while he went to pick up his car and put her in the boot.

The day after the murder, Gilroy travelled up to Lochgilphead and buried Ms Pilley’s body somewhere in rural Argyll. Her body has never been found.

On Thursday, Detective Superintendant Gary Flannigan welcomed the result.

He said: "It’s been a considerable amount of work for both Lothian and Borders Police and the Crown Office, work that’s been going on for close to two years now."

DS Flannigan went on to say that Lothian and Borders Police would do everything they could to find Ms Pilley’s body.

He said: "We won’t forget that whilst we recognise the significant step for the Pilley family today in the guilty verdict, Suzanne remains missing. We have not been able to recover Suzanne’s body and that will be hugely significant. I can say the Pilley family are relieved that Suzanne has had justice today."

District Procurator Fiscal for Edinburgh Stephen McGowan said: "David Gilroy’s actions in the immediate aftermath of the killing of Suzanne when he took her body to Argyll show someone who is fairly cold and calculating in his actions."

Gilroy will be sentenced on April 18.

http://local.stv.tv/edinburgh/news/300691-david-gilroy-guilty-of-the-murder-of-missing-edinburgh-bookkeeper-suzanne-pilley/

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Cadaver Dog Eddie : More On Eddie And His Work - This Dog Has NEVER Been Wrong !

Cadaver Dog Eddie : Exclusive Footage of "Eddie" Cadaver Dog at HDLG.

http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.com/2012/03/exclusive-footage-of-eddie-cadaver-dog.html

Some documented evidence.

JAR/30: 3-4; 1940s to 1980s. Two fragments of burnt bone one is fragment of longbone? Tibia. Submitted to University of Sheffield with KSH/158. Origin confirmed as human. Submitted for dating awaiting results.

JAR/33: 3-4; 1940s to 1980’s.
Calcined fragment of bone. ?human.

JAR/53: 183. Cellar 3 Dark char rich deposit equivalent to 169.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
5 fragments of calcined long bone ?human.

JAR/54: 183. Cellar 3 Dark char rich deposit equivalent to 169.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
4 fragments of calcined bone ?human.

JAR/55: 183. Cellar 3 Dark char rich deposit equivalent to 169.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
1 fragment of calcined bone ?human.

JAR/57:183. Cellar 3 Dark char rich deposit equivalent to 169.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
2 fragments of bone of unknown origin.

JAR/56: 183. Cellar 3 Dark char rich deposit equivalent to 169.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
1 fragment of bone ?human.

JAR/67: 183. Zone 3 East Cellar 3.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
Human Tooth: deciduous left maxillary first molar, age 9 yrs ± 3 yrs. Could have been shed naturally (Anthro exam).
Submitted to odontologist, see report.

JAR/69: 183. Zone 3 East Cellar 3.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
Fragments x 3 of possible human cortical bone.

JAR/61: 183 Zone 4 East Cellar 3.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
23 Fragments of bone:
1 Burnt fragment which closely resembles a human juvenile mastoid process.
2. Burnt fragment of ?human mandible.
3. Fragments of burnt long bone x 3 measuring between 11.3 and 16.3 mm.
4. Fragments of unidentified burnt cortical and trabecular bone x 7.
5. Fragment of slightly burnt long bone measuring 33 mm. The cortex of the
bone resembles human but it is quite thick and the trabeculae can not be seen because it requires cleaning. It appears to have been cut at one end.
6. Fragments of unburnt unidentified long bone. x 3 The appearance and texture of the cortex of the fragments appears more animal than human but it is advised that further examination should be undertaken in order to confirm this.
7. Fragments of unidentified long bone x 7. 5 have been burnt and 2 haven’t. Species
uncertain although two of the burnt fragments could possibly be human

JAR/90: 183 Cellar 3 Zone 3 East.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
Fragments of unidentified bone of unknown species. One which is calcined is possibly human bone.

Cellar 4 Context 169 (redeposited char material from fire elsewhere. Unsealed)

JAR/36: 169. Cellar 4 E. Charred material at southern end of Zone 4. Equivalent to 127.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
Fragment of bone ?human.

JAR/37: 169. Cellar 4 E. Charred material at southern end of Zone 4. Equivalent to 127.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
Fragment of burnt bone. ?human mastoid process

JAR/39: 169. Cellar 4 E. Charred material at southern end of Zone 4. Equivalent to 127.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
Fragment of burnt bone ?human.

JAR/40: 169. Cellar 4 E. Charred material at southern end of Zone 4. Equivalent to 127.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
Fragment of bone ?human.

GMK/18: 169. Cellar 4 E. Charred material at southern end of Zone 4. Equivalent to 127.
4 / 5: 1960s to present date.
Human tooth. Anthro exam – deciduous left maxillary lateral incisor. Age range 6 yrs ± 2yrs
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