Friday, 1 May 2015

THE ORKNEY CHILD ABUSE SCANDAL



Esther Willsher (above) has revealed that she was sexually abused as a child.

In 1986, shortly after arriving in Orkney, the father in the Willsher family was imprisoned for sexually abusing his children.

"Esther's father was imprisoned for offences against his 15 children.

"He attacked them with weapons, kicked them with steel-capped boots, stuffed nettles inside their underwear and sexually abused the eight girls."

Orkney survivor's memoir


Rev. Morris McKenzie

The Rev. Morris McKenzie and his wife Jan were among 'a close-knit group of South Ronaldsay islanders' who sent letters, postcards, and gifts to eight children from the Willsher family.

According to former Orkney social worker Mrs Sue Millar, the correspondence contained coded messages linked to allegations by three of the children of an organised child sex abuse network.

Constant references were made to love hearts, Brownies, and the Boys' Brigade, and a middle-aged woman Mrs T referred to one of the boys, BW, as The Beast.




In November 1990, the authorities took the eight Willsher children away from their parents after one of the girls reported sexual abuse.

In February 1991, three of the children, aged seven, eight, and nine, told social workers that orgies had taken place in an Orkney quarry and that the Rev. Morris McKenzie and some adults had abused children.

The social workers were told that a group gathered at a local quarry to chant, dance and have sex with 'The Master' (the Rev. Morris McKenzie) who would be wearing a black cloak and a black mask, and who would hook them out of the dancing circle with a crook. 

Social workers and police then removed nine children belonging to four families from their homes

One of the children was Jewish.

Objects suspected of being used in Satanic rituals were seized.

A Mrs T had written to nine-year-old BW in which she called him ''B - the beast''. 

Mrs T often wrote ''I love you'' on her notes to BW.

Some of the children reported seeing BW sexually involved with Mrs T.

Some of the children said they were dressed in BB, Brownie, or cowboy uniforms before being abused.


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In April 1991, a judge, Sheriff David Kelbie, ordered that the children, apart from the Willshers, be returned to their parents.

Kelbie claimed that the children had been 'coached'.

One of the children, May Willsher, later said that one of the social workers, Liz McLean, was very manipulative.

Paul Lee, Orkney's director of social services, stated that the case against the parents would no longer be pursued.

However, an appeal against Kelbie's judgement was lodged at the Scottish Appeals Court. 

The Appeals Court upheld the appeal on the grounds that Kelbie had 'allowed himself to form views about the contents (of the social workers' evidence that) would have made it impossible for him to bring a fair and balanced judgment to the issues'.

12 comments:

  1. Dang! Just as I said....

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  2. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3057097/Mother-murdered-Babes-Woods-boy-weeps-discovers-paedophile-killed-finally-died-jail-wanted-death-secret.html

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  3. WHO KILLED LITTLE JOYCE FOX? AN IMPORTANT PERSON, OF COURSE

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3057124/Family-girl-4-murdered-1939-accuse-Met-Police-cover-force-refuses-release-files-investigation-2040-unfair-mystery-suspect.html

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    1. Perhaps irrelevant...Leo Abse, noted for promoting private member's bills to decriminalise male homosexual relations was from Cardiff and would have been 22 years old at the time.

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    2. Fake modesty, what ure saying is not irrelevant at all, on the contrary, good info

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    3. Sometimes, both parents and social workers ate equally abusive in order to manipulate the child to receive desired outcomes. The child remains confused, as all parties lie and sense is impossible to grasp

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  4. http://crimesofempire.com/2015/04/27/operation-jade-helm-and-the-rise-of-tyranny-in-america/

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  5. http://www.globalresearch.ca/canadian-judge-grants-freedom-to-omar-khadr-once-held-as-child-in-guantanamo-bay-prison/5445552

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  6. Appears from the book that there was no satanic abuse https://cathyfox.wordpress.com/2014/10/31/if-only-i-had-told-by-esther-w/

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    1. She quite clearly states she was abused by her father before care??

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    2. You are correct. My previous comment, "she has had to deny that she was abused prior to being taken into care", was not accurate. Sorry about that.

      - Aangirfan

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  7. ""He attacked them with weapons, kicked them with steel-capped boots, stuffed nettles inside their underwear and sexually abused the eight girls."

    Hmm, seems very familiar and current, that and the allegations of 'coaching'.

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