The child abuse cover-up must be exposed – in Jersey and the UK

Stories about child abuse and their cover-up continue: now and in the past.

Here is a petition by a Jersey-elected politician, Trevor Pitman, that asks the UK Home Office to grant a visa to investigative journalist Leah McGrath Goodman. She is writing a book about abuse, torture and possible murder of children at the orphanage Haut de la Garenne on Jersey.

Nearly 200 victims accuse Jersey’s government of turning a blind eye to horrific crimes against defenceless orphans for decades…

Here is John Hemming’s Early Day Motion inviting other MPs to sign.

Her own account is here under the title Anarchy in the UK?

More mainstream media reports are mentioned on the petition.

The Jersey story suggests what a woman in prison told me recently:

the biggest paedophile ring is the State.

I can only explain this heinous practice with the separation of little boys from their families through boarding schools. There they encounter their first sexual experiences which are clearly not healthy, to say the least…


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6 Responses to The child abuse cover-up must be exposed – in Jersey and the UK

  1. Anonymous says:

    Top East End villain Micky Gluckstead has been exposed as a child molesting pervert. The self-confessed hard man, still carrying a bullet in his body following a gangland style shooting, now faces the wrath of fellow prisoners who despise sex offenders – the men they label ‘nonces.’
    Gluckstead, 41, was blasted outside the Norsemen Club in the East End’s Barking Road in 1977 by Nicky Gerrard – the son of Kray henchman
    Alfie Gerrard.

    He survived the shooting for which Gerrard, murdered himself some
    years after, was convicted and jailed. The two week trial had described how for three years Gluckstead, subjected a woman friend’s little boy to sickening sex assaults, said Mr Brian Barker, prosecuting, at the Old Bailey.

    The child was ‘terrorised into submitting and keeping silent about
    the appalling attacks by Gluckstead who said he would kill his
    mother if he said anything.’ And having witnessed his mum being beaten up on a number of occasions the helpless youngster could do nothing but comply. He finally broke down and told his headmaster that he was being abused after getting into trouble at school.

    ‘The boy’s school work had deteriorated and it was noted by the
    teachers he had an unusually high sexual awareness for someone of his
    age,’ said Mr Barker. It was after being hauled before his head, following an incident in the school playground, that ‘he suddenly disolved into tears’ and revealed he was being abused by Gluckstead.

    That night the boy ran away from home. He turned up at his grandmothers where he poured out his terrible story. A medical examination revealed terrible damage to the little boys anus ‘consistent with intercourse having occurred over a long period of time,’ said Mr Barker.

    Gluckstead had protested his innocence from first to last insisting that he had ‘never touched the boy who lived in a fantasy world.’ But during his evidence via video link the child, aged just seven years when the assaults began, had told the court: ‘I was scared of him. He used to beat my mum up and I was afraid he would kill her.’

    Jailing Gluckstead, from Stratford, E. London for nine years today Thurs Judge Michael Coombe said: ‘There is no need for me to enlarge upon the wickedness of these offences. ‘Over a period of three years you buggered him, committed acts of indecency with him and then there was the last disgusting act – after making sure he was looking on, you allowed a dog to lick your private parts.

    ‘I have no doubt having heard the evidence and seen you, that that boy was terrified of you. You deliberately terrorised him so he didn’t reveal these matters until they had been going on for some three years.

    ‘It’s impossible to know what effect it will have on that boy. The courts regard sexual offences against young children as very serious.’

    Gluckstead, 41, was found guilty of three charges of buggery, three indecent assaults and one offence of gross indecency between 1986 and 1989. It was revealed that both the boy and his mother have been given new identities and moved to a secret location ‘following,’ as one officer put it, ‘very serious threats to the life of the child and his mother.’

    Gluckstead a one time bare fisted knuckle fighter has a string of convictions comprising 31 offences of violence and dishonesty stretching back to 1961. He has none for sex offences. Giving evidence he had revealed his own long criminal record claiming that he was an East End ‘hard man’ – not a child molester.

    After sentencing Gluckstead the judge turned to Det Sgt James Keeling of the Child Protection Team based at East Ham and commended
    him for his handling of the case.

    ‘This was a difficult and very painful case and my gratitude extends to Sgt Keeling who took the statements from the boy and was responsible for much of the investigation.

    ‘I would like my commendation for the way he conducted this very delicate inquiry and most unpleasant matter,’ said Judge Michael Coombe.

    Minutes earlier the prosecution asked that five charges of assault occassioning actual bodily relating to alleged attacks by Gluckstead on the boy’s mother be left on the court file and not proceeded with.
    All occurred during the same time span that the child was molested by Gluckstead. He had been found guilty of the child sex abuse charges last
    week, but sentence had been adjourned while the crown considered
    whether to go ahead and try the contested assault charges.

    And on Thursday Mr Barker said that although the alleged assault victim was prepared to testify ‘she would prefer not to.’ ‘The crown have considered all of the circumstances and given the courts powers in the present case, given the age and time of these allegations and the most important factor that that lady has started a new life and is very anxious to put these matters behind her. ‘Both she and her son have been given a secret identity outside of London.’

    Mr David Cocks QC defending said his client who still maintained his innocence did not wish anything to be said in mitigation on his behalf.

    • info says:

      The above article is about MICKY GLUCKSTAD “THE DEVIL SHOOK MY HAND” is his autobiography which was published August 2012 by the UK’s BIGGEST publisher. John Blake Publishing.
      See Amazon or the John Blake website for the info on his book. See the Bernard OMahoney forum for more details about this person also.
      See recent pictures of the offender on the website

  2. MANY THANKS INDEED for this horrific story! Decent innocent people have no idea what the nasties get up to…

    BIG SIGHS!!!…

  3. info says:

    Micky Gluckstead has used the following spellings for his sirname in the past.

    GLUCKSTEAD ,GLUXTED, GLUXTAD but it is all the same person.

    Recent photos of him here.

  4. info says:

    this is the book. he had it ghost written. not one word is in it regarding his child abuse conviction and jailing. A COVER UP NEEDS EXPOSING NOW!

  5. Precisely how long did it take you to write “The child abuse cover-up must be exposed – in Jersey
    and the UK Punishment without Crime”? It comes with quite a bit of very good details.
    Appreciate it -Rosetta

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