Friday, 8 March 2013

The Committee of Inquiry into Child Abuse. Debate.


The Dean of Jersey.


This is the Friday after the debate about passing the terms of reference for the committee of Inquiry into State aloud Child Abuse which happened on Wednesday just gone & the Breaking News Today is of the Dean of Jersey's Church of England has been Suspended for not following correct Practise & Covering Up the Abuse of a Vulnerable Parishioner by a  Church Warden. 
You just could not make this SH!T Up & he had the Audacity to Speak in this Debate.

Unbelievable. 
You can read about this on the Voice For Children Blog HERE



Committee of Inquiry: Historical Child Abuse.
Lodged: 6th November 2012.
Council of Ministers.
P.118/2012.

The Greffier Reads the Proposition.



The Chief Minister gives his Speech on the Proposition.



Deputy Tadier gives his Speech on his Amendment to the Proposition.



The Chief Minister responses to the Amendment.

 

Senator Le Gresley speaks on the Amendment.



Deputy Le Herissier speaks on the Amendment.



Deputy Vallois speaks on the Amendment.



Deputy Higgins speaks on the Amendment.



Deputy Macon speaks on the Amendment.



Deputy Southern speaks on the Amendment.



Chief Minister makes statement about the Amendment.

 

Deputy Tadier's Amendment Vote.



Deputy Macon speaks on the Proposition.



Constable Le Troquer speaks on the Proposition.



Deputy Baudain speaks on the Proposition.



Deputy Pryke speaks on the Proposition.



Deputy Young speaks on the Proposition.



Deputy Pitman speaks on the Proposition.



Deputy Tadier speaks on the Proposition.



Deputy Higgins speaks on the Proposition.



Deputy Le Herissier speaks on the Proposition.



Senator Le Gresley speaks on the Proposition.



The Dean of Jersey speaks on the Proposition.



The Chief Minister responds to the speeches & we have the Vote






TheJerseyWay would like to Credit & Thank BBC Radio Jersey for making these recording's possible.





10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jersey Way

Thanks for your commitment to keeping the audio record available for us. It does matter.

voiceforchildren said...

TJW.

Thank you for these recordings, as has been said many times before, they are a crucial historical documentation of this whole sorry saga.

If you, and your readers, care to listen at 2 mins 23 seconds of the Dean's speech you might find it extremely hypocritical where the Dean talks of cooperating with the Inquiry after reading THIS

Ian Evans said...

Excellent work TJW, many thanks :)

Anonymous said...

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/9919405/Archbishop-of-Canterbury-offers-personal-apology-to-victim-over-abuse-claims.html

Ian Evans said...

Intimidation, corruption, collusion, and cover up, it can only be "THE JERSEY WAY"

rico sorda said...

Thanks TJW

That was a brilliant effort.

Rs

Ian Evans said...

The Jersey Police hey....Just a MINEFIELD OF NONSENSE

Ian Evans said...

The Pitman DOSSIER

Ian Evans said...

Corruption in our courts, featuring our New Top Magistrate CAPT'N BRIDGET SHAW

voiceforchildren said...

TJW.

The Jersey Establishment closes ranks AGAIN