Top people in Jersey 'have been caught up in the child abuse scandal'. (Senior island officials are caught up in abuse inquiry - Times Online / ireland.com - Breaking News - Senior officials were staff at Jersey
Reg Jeune, former Finance Minister, was president of the education committee from 1971 to 1984, when police claim abuse was at its worst.
Mario Lundy, Jersey's present education director, worked at Haut de la Garenne for two years.
John Le Marquand, was education committee president in the early 1960s.
Herbert Wimberley, is a former director of education.
Patricia Thornton, is a former children’s officer.
Colin Tilbrook, is a former headmaster at Haut de la Garenne.
Phil G Mourant, is a former education committee president.
Charles Smith, is a former children’s officer.
John Rodhouse, is a former director of education.
Terry Streetle, was a children's officer in 1986.
Carl Denning was quoted by The Sun as saying a boy died mysteriously in the Haut de la Garenne sick bay used by staff and their pedophile friends.
Mr Denning, 49, said he suffered sexual abuse at the Haut de la Garenne home in St Martin, Jersey, from the age of five until he was eight.
He said two of his friends who suffered sexual abuse killed themselves at the home, but staff at the home did nothing. (Jersey abuse 'led victims to suicide' The Australian)
One alleged victim of the Jersey home, Steve, has told of how he received a sinister warning from a former childcare worker urging him not to "dredge up" the past.