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Monday, 3 December 2012

"Ex Jersey Policeman 'Ralph Mauger' Up On 8 Child Abuse Charges"

Trial begins: Former Centenier on sex charges




Above: Ralph Cyril Mauger


The trial of a former Jersey Centenier accused of a string of child sex crimes starts today.

77-year-old Ralph Cyril Mauger faces seven counts of indecent assault and one charge of inciting an act of gross indecency.

The allegations relate to three girls aged between 6 and 14, with the offences alleged to be have been committed between 1998 and 2006.

Today the jury was sworn in and this morning Crown Prosecutor Sarah Fitz outlined the prosecution case.

There will be eight witnesses for the prosecution and 18 for the defence.

The trial is expected to last five days.

Mauger denies all eight charges.

40 comments:

  1. these centiniers are all part of a big circle it has to stop

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  2. There is no abuse in Jersey??????? They were saying!

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  3. Ian, has there ever been a States Policeman charged with child abuse? with 300-400 employees the statistics must mean that there are abusers within the SOJP

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    1. There are a number of Honarary police that have been charged, actual uniform police I am not sure, click on the "paedophile Jersey Policeman" label in red above, see what the search turns up as I seem to remember a uniform cop who was not to be classed as a paedophile....

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  4. 8 witnesses for the prosecution I assume this is the victims.
    And 18 for the defence thats a lot of friends.

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    1. Then the defence witnesses must have been present, No? And if they weren't, how can they be witnesses?

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  5. Ian possibly work colleagues, other centeniers etc may give character references.

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    1. Giving a character reference is not being "a witness" it is Jersey hearsay bullshit, just like in THIS CASE.

      This piece of shit (Brian Downs) repeatedly raped his step-daughter, and at one point got her pregnant before her sixteenth birthday, I know, I am in posession of the hospital files. A few good Jersey Establishment character references and....Hey Presto!!! He just gets done for touching her up....Fucking Scum

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    2. And if you think that is bad enough, the mother knew what was going on, and kept quiet so as not to harm her lifestyle she enjoyed so much....Incidentally, the mother works for a top Jersey Law firm!!!

      Surprise, fucking surprise!!!

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    3. Hmmm? It's gone kinda quiet!

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    4. And to add insult to the most disgusting injury, the mother actually said to her daughter "Just stay on your back and keep quiet, if he's on top of you, he's not on top of me". Don't Jersey just make you want to fu*king puke??? Sick twisted bastards!!!

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    5. Any States members with an ounce of anything about them, I am happy to release my files on this case with the victims permission of course :)

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  6. Ahh, the irony.
    Didn't this gentleman become an Olympic torch bearer whilst Stuart Syvret was denied?

    The Beano is not the Rag

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    1. I'll wind my neck in.

      After going through my browser's history from last night it looks like I am unable to read, and it wasn't even late either .... sigh ..

      Soz

      TBINTR

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    2. Here you go: Rag website
      Link

      The Beano Is Not The Rag

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    3. Get your facts right before you start shooting your mouth off.

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  7. http://www.channelonline.tv/channelonline_jerseynews/displayarticle.asp?commentstatus=abuse&id=498703&commentid=62474

    He was announced as being a torch bearer after Stuart was rejected must of been before the allegations became public.

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    1. Thank you anon, but is it the same RALPH MAUGER? I don't know, but it looks feasible as he didn't appear on the list I put up :)

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    2. That's just great isn't it, an alleged paedophile chosen over Stuart Syvret, someone who protects children from the paedophiles?

      "You just couldn't make this shit up!"

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  8. http://www.channelonline.tv/channelonline/displayarticle.asp?id=498823
    yes it was the same person

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    1. WoHo!!!

      Thank you very much for the LINK anon.

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  9. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-jersey-17535645 It would appear to be the same person.

    What stood out to me was he no longer wanted to be a torch bearer.

    How did that happen? he was nominated and accepted. His references must of checked out up to that point obviously he was considered suitable over Mr Syvret by the person with authority to oversee the candidates locally.

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    1. Another good LINK, it would be interesting to know if he declined to be torch bearer before, or after he was a suspect?

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    1. If that was the case, I 'personally' would carry on with my duty to bear the torch as I would know I had done nothing wrong if I was innocent!

      Perhaps he was ordered to jack it in?

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    2. To be fair, the London Olympics was a unique event in the countries' recent history: it would have be appropriate to have waived the opportunity to bear the torch irrespective of whether you were innocent or guilty to avoid bringing the Olympics and the Island into disrepute.

      You have said yourself that criminal justice is corrupt in Jersey with the result that innocent people may be unjustly found guilty.

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    3. In my humble opinion, people are very sceptical of the innocence of child molesters in Jersey simply because most have gotten away with such hideous abuse for so long. There is almost zero trust.

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    4. I meant to say that people are no longer as willing to give the accused a presumption of innocence before a court determines the outcome. It is because so many guilty abusers have not paid any price, especially those men with establishment ties. Aside from paedophiles, who typically get away with so much crime, I would be suspicious of the guilty verdict of some convicted of other crimes in Jersey because the courts are not trustworthy. Justice is NOT seen to be done.

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    5. I am personally of the view that Jersey's criminal justice system (principally the Attorney General's office) ought to be outsourced. Perhaps then, Islanders could develop confidence in the probity of the system.

      These "establishment ties" are illusive. I am not sure whether they have a church-connected, masonic-temple or other conformant social grouping but it is important for the Island to work towards a "fairer" society in all respects.

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  11. http://www.jerseymedia.co.uk/2012/03/28/former-torchbearer-charged-with-indecent-assault/

    The above article shows he resigned after being charged.

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    1. Many thanks anon, it is good that readers are getting in on the act, saves me a whole load of stress, thank you :)

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  12. Thanks anon for the link to Tony's nonsense which I am not posting, I have read it this morning, he is losing the plot :)

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    1. But what I will say is THIS. Proof that Administrative Courts are unlawful....And no one in the judiciary anywhere will even attempt to argue the ligitimacy of Halsburys.

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    2. "Administrative law" relates to the ability of the judiciary to exercise a supervisory jurisdiction in relation to the administration of government. Fundamentally, it enables citizens to ask their government "why did you decide that?" and requires government departments to respond by giving full reasons. The reasons can often be challenged.

      One must always take care when using legal resources such as Halsburys because the "rules" they refer to are extracted from cases and "summarised", if you will. You nearly always have to look at the cases referenced to make sure that they do say what Halsburys say they do. This can cut both ways either against you or in your favour.

      I have reviewed the link you have provided and am mystified by the suggestion that "administrative courts are unlawful". Administrative law and an administrative court is a sort of creeping concept that developed to protect you and I from the executive. Granted, it does not always work that way - but principled judges have developed an inherent jurisdiction to declare acts of the government unlawful.

      In some respects, it might be regarded as a bit of "Freeman" spirit showing up in the judiciary - in other words, the law isn't always what the executive says it is. In some cases, the judges really are sticking two fingers up to the legislature and executive and saying, in a nutshell, I am not going to allow you to do this or that. The separation of powers operating at its best.

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  13. 18 witnesses? If that many friendly witnesses are allowed for the defense, he must be suffering from "cancer,"about to "die" and will soon disappear. If he was a Centenier, he must have a few people who will pull strings for him. Will retirement in a lovely country home in France await him?

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    1. Perhaps his legal team will try the Alzheimer's line. Well it worked for the chief Executive of Guinness who has been the one and only person to recover from this condition...

      The Beano is not the Rag

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