The Independent Jersey Care Inquiry has today (Tuesday 10 February) heard evidence from three former residents of the Jersey care system in the ‘70s and ‘80s.
Speaking anonymously, Mr ‘D’ recounted his experiences at Brig-y-Don, Haut de la Garenne and in foster care. Counsel for the Inquiry was Patrick Sadd.
Counsel Paul Livingston read into the record statements and supporting documents with regard to Witness 392 and Witness 215. Both had been in care at HDLG; Witness 215 also lived at Les Chenes.
Transcripts and supporting documents will be available on this website in due course.
The public hearings will resume tomorrow at 1000 with Mr Livingston reading into the record witness statements from four former care home residents.