Care worker linked to Jersey abuse home (7.3.08)Posted: October 10, 2014
Islington Tribune, 7th March 2008
by Tom Foot
DETECTIVES investigating sinister discoveries in a Jersey children’s home have not ruled out links with a former Islington paedophile ring.
The skull of a child was found in the grounds of Channel Islands youth hostel Haut de la Garenne last month and 160 alleged victims of abuse have since come forward.
Jersey police told the Tribune they were aware of a list of associates of Nicholas Rabet.
The former deputy superintendent of Conewood Street children’s home in Grosvenor Avenue, born and raised in Jersey, fled to Asia following an investigation into child abuse in 12 Islington care homes during the mid-1990s.
The 57-year-old committed suicide in 2006 awaiting sentence for multiple sex charges in Thailand.
The police probe follows revelations by investigative journalist Eileen Fairweather, who exposed the Islington child abuse scandal about links between Rabet and the current Jersey investigation. She…
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