Edit 1: look at Natasha Fyles BULLSHITTING US in February 2018: Northern Territory Attorney-General Natasha Fyles has made it clear that “restoring trust in government” is a key goal for the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.
She said this & other BULLSHIT knowing about latest kiddie rapes in schools. Follow her advice: REPORT THEM ALL TO ICAC BECOZ NT GOV LAWYERS WONT HELP US.
As the toll of the Northern Territory’s brutality in schools keeps climbing, truth telling is long overdue……help us spread the message.
Report NT GOV employees to ICAC, including names of any NT Police u told but did nothing. Shine the light of truth on deliberately-kept-dark recesses of NT Department of Un-Education & their protectors, enablers, cronies & friends such as Hylton Hayes.
The silent arrogance of NT Department of Un-Education has been laid bare once more.
There is an unpleasant parallel between the language used by President Donald Trump to feign empathy at gun violence & the weasel words used by the Catholic Church when confronted with ongoing evidence of high level & systemic child abuse.
Taking the lead from the Pope,
Northern Territory Department of Un-Education when confronted with yet more evidence of kid rape & sexual assaults in their schools, the response is as usual:
SHHHHH SAY NOTHING!
It is a struggle to find a more devastating & disgusting response than NT Government SILENCE.
Kids are being raped in our schools yet u say NOTHING again.
Solicitors for NT & Attorney General’s Department give legal advice to this EMBARRASSMENT of an Un-Education Department.
The legal advice is:
SHHHHH SAY NOTHING, ACCEPT NO RESPONSIBILITY.
Who are the lawyers keeping NT bureaucraps quiet?
Who is advising NT Department of Un-Education to hide away & ignore families again?
Meredith Day & Craig Smyth:
SHHHHHH SAY NOTHING
Where is the public outrage from “classroom teacher straight to Education Minister” Selena Uibo?
She already been told: SHHHHH SAY NOTHING.
Why arent kids in NT schools protected from pedo teachers like BD & BCD?
Partly becoz dangerous pedo-denial fan clubs like Ruth Billeter tell everyone it doNT happen here:
Why arent kids in NT schools protected from kid rapists like this latest one?
SHHHHH SAY NOTHING
Ur all in charge when this happened: Vicki Baylis, Eva Lawler, Ken Dav-L-ies, Marion Guppy, Jarvis Ryan, Stephen Pelizzo etc: u are insincere frauds who has no intention of embracing change & keeping kids safe in NT schools.
Child abuse in NT Schools is a human-made problem. It is a problem we are capable of tackling, if not erasing.
WHERE IS UR APOLOGY TO FAMILIES OF RAPED KIDS OF NT U DIDN’T PROTECT AGAIN?
SHHHHHH SAY NOTHING.
WE SAID BEFORE, NT DEPARTMENT OF UN-EDUCATION IS SAME AS CATHOLIC CHURCH.
AT LEAST CRIMINAL CATHOLIC CHURCH TRIES TO SAY SOMETHING WHEN THEYRE CAUGHT AGAIN ABUSING KIDS.
NT DEPARTMENT OF UN-EDUCATION SAYS SILENCE IS BEST.
NT ATTORNEY-GENERAL DEPARTMENT SAY FUCK U PARENTS.
SHHHHHH SAY NOTHING.
In light of the revelations of the guilty verdict against Cardinal George Pell, the peak Catholic cleric, Archbishop Mark Coleridge, President of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, issued the following short statement:
“The news of Cardinal George Pell’s conviction on historical child sexual abuse charges has shocked many across Australia & around the world, including the Catholic Bishops of Australia.
(but not anyone who know what Catholic Church is really like for years & years).
“In the meantime, we pray for all those who have been abused & their loved ones, & we commit ourselves anew to doing everything possible to ensure that the Church is a safe place for all, especially the young & the vulnerable.”
At least Archbishop Coleridge did better than Tony Abbott, who in his dreadful interview on 2GB on Wednesday said the Pell case was “a grim time”.
Even with some helpful coaching from interviewer Ben Fordham, the former PM identified this as a grim time for George Pell, his friends, & for people of the Catholic faith, fully excising the victims from the equation.
The one minor saving grace to the Archbishop’s vacuous statement is the suggestion in the last paragraph that things have changed. But that begs a fundamental & unanswered question — how have things changed?
NOTHING HAS CHANGED IN NT DEPARTMENT OF UN-EDUCATION.
STILL MORE KID SEXUAL ABUSE IN SCHOOLS.
BOUNDLESS KIDDIE ABUSE & THEN BOUNDLESS SILENCE.
What is the UN-EDUCATION DEPARTMENT doing, exactly, to make itself a safe place for the young & vulnerable kids?
SHHHHHH SAY NOTHING.
Say what u like about the banks, who like the churches have just endured their own withering ordeal by royal commission. But there have been signs from the banks during the past couple of months, with some high-profile dismissals & the embracing of some key commission recommendations, that they have finally if belatedly come to understand the public anger at their conduct.
The same cannot be said of the NT DEPARTMENT OF UN-EDUCATION OR Catholic Church.
The entire focus of the Catholic Church has seemed a highly legalistic wagon-circling exercise aimed at repudiating damaging testimony. Indeed it’s an approach that was perfected by none other than George Pell, with the so-called “Melbourne response” to abuse allegations.
WHO IS RESIGNING & SAYING SORRY?
SHHHHH SAY NOTHING, KEEP TAKING UR BIG FAT GOVERNMENT SALARY.
NT GOV BUREAUCRAPS ARE LAUGHING AT US.
WHO IS BEING SACKED FOR INCOMPETENCE IN PUBLIC OFFICE?
SHHHHHH SAY NOTHING,
PROTECT UR FRIENDS IN NT GOV,
FUCK U KIDS. (literally in NT schools!)
Thanx Natasha, Meredith & Craig.
Child Protection whistleblower was threatened by NT GOV in 2010 for speaking out to protect kids:
Was Meredith Day & Craig Smyth supporting NT GOV to threaten that lady?
What changes have they made?
Here is the story of what happened, thanx NTNews:
Parents’ ‘worst nightmare’ unfolds as school worker molests students
JASON WALLS, NT News
February 14, 2019
A NORTHERN suburbs after school care worker who sexually abused four young children in his care in a parents’ “worst nightmare” scenario has been jailed for 16 years.
The Supreme Court heard the man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, molested the girls during the course of a year in 2012-13 but was not investigated by police until January 2017.
The 31-year-old pleaded guilty to luring two of the girls, aged between six and seven at the time, into a shed, where he carried out the abuse.
He also pleaded guilty to two charges of touching the other two girls, aged between eight and nine, inappropriately in a classroom.
In convicting the man on three counts of sexual intercourse without consent and two counts of indecent dealing, Justice Anthony Graham was scathing of the “failure” of school authorities and police to act on “warning signals” as early as November 2013.
“The matter was raised with the child’s mother and a report was made to child protection services but there was no complaint so the matter was not referred to police and stopped there,” he said.
“Subsequently and even more troubling, in November 2014, Victim 4 disclosed to her teacher that she had been touched in a private area by the offender, a report was made to police but the matter did not proceed further, more should have been done at that time.”
Then in April 2016, another of the girls told her parents about the abuse: “However, due to the age of the child at the time of the offending a decision was made not to proceed with the complaint — again, more should have been done,” Justice Graham said.
“Teachers, trained police officers, should be alert and vigilant to early danger signals and act on them.”
In setting a non-parole period of 11 years and 73 days, Justice Graham said after the “horrific” offending, one of the victims had attempted suicide and now “likes to keep a knife under her bed”.
He said another of the girls remained angry and afraid it could all happen again.
“Her anger also relates to the failure of staff to protect her, she says that she asks herself ‘Why did it happen to her? Why wasn’t she protected by staff?’,” he said.
“In this case, as is often the case, offenders seek to silence children by telling them not speak out and one can only imagine the emotional trauma these children suffered, going to school each day, seeing their abuser, knowing what he did to them and not being able to talk about it.
“Effectively he shattered their innocence and now he has to pay the price.”
Police, departments silent on rape of young girls in Darwin’s north
JASON WALLS, NT News
February 25, 2019
POLICE, the Education Department and Territory Families have all gone to ground following revelations two young children were raped by a staff member at a northern suburbs primary school.
The abuse occurred in 2012-13 but was not investigated by police until 2017, a “failure” called out by Supreme Court Justice Anthony Graham in sentencing the man this month.
Justice Graham said a report was made to child protection services in 2013 and further reports made to police in 2014 and 2016 but nothing was done to protect the girls.
An Education Department spokeswoman said while she was “unable” to comment on the case, all staff were required to undertake mandatory reporting training.
“As part of this training, all staff are provided with the Traffic Lights Guide to Sexual Behaviours in Children and Young People that assists adults to identify and respond to sexualised behaviour in children to support them from harm and abuse,” she said.
“The department takes all incidents extremely seriously and does not tolerate inappropriate behaviour.”
A spokeswoman for Territory Families said she too was “unable” to comment on the case for privacy reasons but said all reports and allegations of child abuse were “thoroughly assessed”.
“Territory Families is enhancing the capabilities of the Central Intake Service to make sure that all reports about children receive a timely and appropriate response,” she said.
She said a new “professional reporting tool” was released early this year as well as a new triage system to improve response times.
A police spokesman would not comment at all, citing an ongoing appeal period.
National Association for Prevention of Child abuse and Neglect deputy chief executive, Leesa Waters, said everyone in the community had a responsibility to look out for children.
“Organisations need to take this very seriously,” she said.
“We need to make sure that we are recruiting the right staff, we need to make sure that our staff understand how to prevent child abuse, and we need to listen to children and — most importantly — act on the information.”
And dont get us started on the Ochre Card catastrophy:
Thanx Jarvis, really sticking it to ’em! NOT.