No Arrests Yet in Jersey Abuse CaseDespite testimony from 160 victims and witnesses, remains of children and piles of evidence, no charges have been laid in the Jersey child abuse case. Is the inevitable coverup well underway?
The investigation into decades of sexual abuse of children at the Haut de Le Garenne detention center on the British island of Jersey off the coast of France has so far exposed secret underground chambers, shackles, children’s skeletons and testimony from more 160 victims and witnesses. Yet, no charges have been laid. No one has been arrested – even though many of the guilty parties have been identified by name and police know where they are.
For decades Haut de Le Garenne was used a facility for orphaned and troubled boys. For decades it was common knowledge that the boys were sexually abused and used in an international pedophile ring. Men from other countries visited Haut de Le Garenne to abuse the children and the children were put on boats for pedophile cruises.
The underground chambers, bones and the fact that the facility was so well protected for so long indicates that it was also a center for satanic ritual abuse.
Just as countless other cases of satanic sexual abuse, torture and murder of children have been covered up, it is likely that this case will also not result in justice because the perpetrators are wealthy and powerful people.
Satanists rule most countries, control much of the media and have extended their control to many local levels of government and education throughout the world.
Despite claims to the contrary by the FBI and Scotland Yard, ritual satanic abuse of children is quite common. Several well-documented cases have proven that people in local schools, the police, local and national govt. are actively involved in it.
Jersey was a natural location for the existence of a center for satanism. Since Napoleon’s time the ruling elite have found shelter there for their money. Hundreds of billions of dollars sit quietly protected in the dozens of banks on the tiny tax-haven island which is only 9 miles long by 5 miles wide.
Apparently the guilty parties of Jersey feel that they are above the law and perhaps they are. The detective leading the investigation recently disclosed that a group of senior Jersey figures, including “corrupt” former policemen, have attempted to block the investigation and made threats against investigators. Yet, the ‘Jersey’ elite remain free and have yet to be charged for their crimes.
to be continued…