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By Kathy Marks
This version doesn't contain illustrations. a surprising exposé of the bad secrets and techniques on the center of the Pitcairn Island group – a story of systematic baby abuse and rape which stretches again over forty years. Pitcairn Island – domestic to the descendants of the mutineers of the Bounty – has lengthy been considered a tropical paradise. Wild and distant, it truly is Britain’s such a lot remoted outpost and a myth vacation spot for plenty of. yet in 1999, British police, alerted through unsettling stories of a rape, descended at the island. Their research built right into a significant enquiry which published that Pitcairn was once the location of common and bad sexual abuse instigated via the island males on women as younger as twelve. Scarcely a guy at the island used to be untainted by means of the allegations, and virtually not one of the girls had escaped, notwithstanding such a lot citizens feigned lack of knowledge, even if their very own daughters have been abused. Abusers incorporated the magistrates and law enforcement officials in addition to brothers and uncles. Few of...
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At the Lodge, our other next-door neighbour was Len Brown, the oldest of the seven defendants. Len, who was charged with two rapes, was 78 and quite deaf, but still cut a physically imposing figure. Soon after we arrived, we saw him sitting in his garden, working on a carved replica of the Bounty—one of the wooden souvenirs that the islanders sell to tourists. For reasons unclear, a rusting cannon from the real ship stood on Len’s front lawn. The mutiny on the Bounty is one of the most notorious events in British maritime history.
Media interest in the forthcoming trials was intense; TVNZ’s footage would be broadcast around the world, and our syndicated press stories and photographs would be published widely. I was acutely aware that we were all filing for different time zones, and mostly for more than one outlet—in my case, newspapers in the UK and New Zealand. Television, radio and print each had its own demands. I wondered how we would fare, all cooped up together and confronting Pitcairn’s peculiar logistical challenges.
As I digested this notion, which was being put forward with some passion, I noticed that a handful of people were dominating proceedings. These particular women were speaking over the top of each other, impatient to get their point across. Others said little, and looked ill at ease. Steve Christian’s mother, Dobrey, sat quietly, weaving a basket from pandanus leaves. The talkative ones explained that under-age sex was the norm on Pitcairn. Darralyn Griffiths, the daughter of Jay Warren, one of the defendants, told us in a matter-of-fact way that she had lost her virginity at 13, ‘and I felt shit hot about it too, I felt like a big lady’.
Trouble in Paradise. Uncovering the Dark Secrets of Britain's Most Remote Island (Text only) by Kathy Marks