From tonight in the late evening on Crime + Investigation airs Jersey Island: The Island of Horrors, a chilling story of child abuse that shocked the world.
Up tonight Crime+Investigation goes on air, at 10.55 pm, Jersey Island: The Island of Horrors, a chilling story of child abuse. The docu-film in four episodes recounts an investigation that shocked the world.
Isle of Jersey, early 2000. British agent Graham Power opens a scandalous investigation into alleged abuse of minors over the course of more than 50 years, including those that took place in an orphanage called the House of Horrors. A real media chaos explodes that shocks and upsets the entire population. This is the incipit of Jersey Island: the island of horrors, the docu-film in 4 parts broadcast from Tuesday 4 April at 10.55 pm, in absolute premiere exclusively on Sky channel 119.
Once the news breaks, some of the most powerful men at the top of the island’s power are removed from their posts, possible witnesses are silenced. What happened on the largest island in the English Channel?
As in a real horror story, abuse, rape, violence and murders take place in the orphanage of Haut de La Garenne, on the island of Jersey. Cover-ups, inaccuracies in the investigation and superficiality in dealing with the case, corruption and hunt for the culprit have allowed the guilty to go unpunished; 20 years after the terrible news Jersey Island: the island of horrors, with exclusive interviews and unpublished images tries to tie the threads of a news story that shocked the world.