Frank Walker's Handling of the Jersey Child Abuse Scandal - Interview on BBC Newsnight (Video)
2008-03-02 0:00

Compiled by Henrik Palmgren redicecreations.com

In a Newsnight interview with Jeremy Paxman Frank Walker has been accused of denying his own words, though the recording suggests that Walker was not doing so. When asked if Jersey was embroiled in an institutionalised cover up his only response appeared to be that the culprits would feel the full force of Jersey law, which was as weighty as English law. He then attempted to make a point of promoting the history and culture of Jersey, whereupon studio guest Esther Ranzten felt the need to interupt and remind him the primary issue at hand was child abuse.

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