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Monday, 21 January 2013
"Graffiti, A Cry For Help? More Like A Damning Indictment Of Police & Judicial Ineptitude!"
Jersey 'abuse graffiti' raises concerns in island
The graffiti in Jersey made allegations of sexual abuse against three named people
Graffiti on a Jersey sea wall, which alleged instances of sexual abuse, has raised concerns among islanders.
Jersey Police are investigating damage caused to the sea wall between the Gunsite Cafe and Bel Royal over the weekend.
The graffiti - which claims there is an eastern European sex ring in Jersey - was power-washed off on Saturday.
It's thought that the graffiti would have taken a long time to write as it stretched over a good section of the sea wall.
The writing alleges that there is a sex ring on the island and the man who runs it had raped a woman.
It also says there are gay prostitutes working on island who are HIV positive.
Having identified people and places, the writing also claims that the Church ignored what was going on.
Monseigner Nicholas France responded to the claims saying he nor any other of the clergy on the island knew of these stories.
He says, "This is a cry for help but nothing can be done unless the person comes forward.
"The Church is under strict guidelines that if someone came forward with allegations we would refer it to the police, after all it is an alleged criminal offence."
Inspector Steve Langford said, "Concern has been raised as the theme of the graffiti has suggested allegations of sexual abuse within the Eastern European Community in the Island.
"The States of Jersey police are keen to identify the person responsible for the graffiti so we can speak to them to determine what knowledge they may have in relation to this abuse. Any person who may have any information or knowledge is asked to contact the CID office on 612200.
"We would like to reassure the public that the investigation of all incidents of sexual abuse are a priority for the States of Jersey Police.
"Any persons from all areas of the community who have been subject of any abuse are encouraged to come forward and speak to us. We have specially trained officers available for them to speak to, and work with a number of partnership agencies to support them."