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Monday, 25 March 2013

"Pathetic & Weak Dean Of Jersey - Whining Like A Bitch" LOL :)


Suspension takes toll on Dean





Embarrassment! The (not so) Reverend, Bob Key



The Dean of Jersey is suffering from stress after being suspended following the way he handled an abuse claim. 
Reverend Bob Key has been prevented from carrying out his usual tasks as Dean . 

But he says he is not hiding away but has been signed off from all work duties by a doctor. 

He says he will be attending St Mark's Church for Easter celebrations.

Meanwhile, Jersey's Anglican Church leaders are consulting lawyers.

And Tim Dakin, the Bishop of Winchester is investigating the suspension.
The independent report concluded Mr Key had failed to properly investigate the allegations made by the woman - described as a 26-year-old vulnerable adult.

Jersey comes under the Diocese of Winchester which has clear safeguarding procedures on what to do when allegations of abuse are made against a church worker.

The report found that the procedures had not been followed. 







17 comments:

  1. ponce suspect he is

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  2. The poor dear.If a bit of flak and a suspension gets to him I wonder how being turned away after seeking help from his church, being arrested,charged,taken to prison then court and then turfed of the island without a penny or anywhere to sleep would do to him. wanker and his cronies haven't a clue.

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    1. and don't forget also being abused by a serial adulterous letch and given the brush-off and threatened big pie faced man in a dress who says one thing and does another.

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  3. Where is his God then? Surely he would be looking after his welfare?

    Karma Bob Key, karma.

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  4. Yes, the poor man, a few weeks paid leave, sat in a big warm comfy house whilst some of his flock of sheep have to kip rough in Patriotic St car park with no food or shelter.

    Perhaps he might just get off his fat butt after reading this and go down there with some blankets, a flask, and a big bag of sandwiches?

    Then again....Perhaps "NOT"!!!

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  5. How would the Dean have felt if his doctor reacted by telling him he thought ''it was all a lot of nonsence'' As quoted in the Bishops lay assistant M.S's letter to J.F on 14th September.

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  6. The church is only for the rich in jersey.

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  7. I heard another disterbing story the other day,from a Portugese friend who along with his family and severel friends used to attend St Thomas Church every Sunday afternoon untill alledgely some months ago during the service a man entered the church stumbled down the isle and took a seat he did make a little noise but then all was quite,I am told the service was stopped and the man was removed and put outside,after which several members left the service in protest of this treatment,can anyone throw any more light on the subject?

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    1. Don't know anything about that anon, but I do remember VFC's excellent posting about "THE CHURCH and polish community calmed + silenced her to stop further chaos".

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  8. Feel I must comment Ian, Yep stressed out because you and your actions are being questioned in a neutral act of course by your peers and paymasters who get most of their money from the poor.

    Just like a pathetic spoilt kid who has had it to good for to long.

    Then look to your God, who apparently gave his son hell by allowing his haters to nail his hands to the cross where he died in agony.

    Dean Bob Key cannot even take being cross examined, what a wonderful example you are for your congregation.

    Bloody fat wimp, get a life and go load shelves in pound land if that is all the backbone you have, unlike Jesus Christ who gave so much to give you a job.

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  9. Did anyone cotton on to the stain glass window?

    JEEEEEEEEZ!!!

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    1. Not to sharp today are we peeps :)

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    2. Big man, consider yourself well and truly slapped x

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  10. Me feels a golden handshake in the pipe line.

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  11. "The Dean of Jersey is suffering from stress after being suspended following the way he handled an abuse claim."

    Nothing like the stress HG suffered, which lead to her being bound over. Two people both stressed, but only one gets all the letter writing to a Bishop, what sort of island is Jersey!

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  12. LOL @ that window, what were they thinking?! hahahahaaaaaaaaa

    I'm amazed that God hasn't given this guy the strength to cope. Funny, that.

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  13. Anyone know how the person who was abused is getting on ?

    "The Church is and was, For the Rich and land owners to keep the Plebs in order, to pay their taxes, to work hard for little wages, and to terrify the poor, with stories of fire and damnation while they (The Church) sit at the table of the rich.

    ( You may know that I went to the Catholic school at Wellington road, so I know about those kiddy fiddlers )

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