I hope we also find out what Health Minister Anne Pryke and paedophile Danny Wherry were doing trying to sneak into Haut De La Garenne to remove evidence!!!
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As commentators, political leaders and the outside world will be watching Jersey's child abuse inquiry forensically, at its heart, its purpose is to hear from those who were victims of the island's care system.
In recent years, ITV News has spoken to many who've waited for right moment for their stories to be heard by the authorities.
One told us: "He started rubbing his arms down my arms, my back, the front of me. And I thought hang on a minute, I've got to get away from him."
One man prayed the day would come when the authorities would listen. He said: "This case will never go away, I'll always be fighting them. I'm never going to let this die. It will always be ongoing, fighting this."
The dark secrets hidden behind the doors of care and foster homes in Jersey, including Haut de la Garenne in St Martin, are about to have light shed on them.
Among them Barrie Ford who lived at Haut de la Garenne from 1957 to 1961.
He wasn't abused and remembers his time fondly, but says there was strict discipline.
Barrie said: "There was the odd caning taking place but basically a lot of it was done with the slipper, but it's basically what it used to be in those days and you've got to remember boys are boys."