Tuesday, November 08, 2011


On 13 January 2011, Lewis McGlynn was found hanged in his room at the family home in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. (Lewis McGlynn, 8, hanged himself.)

Each of the following cases is different, and there is no suggestion that they are linked:


Edward Morgan-Gooch is the 12-year-old son of a judge called Christopher Morgan.

On 8 November 2011, it was reported that, on 2 November 2011, Edward had been found hanged at his home, in Wickhambrook, Suffolk, in England.

Judge's 12-year-old son found hanged at home after 'tragic accident'.

Edward was a choirboy at St Edmundsbury Cathedral, in Bury St Edmunds.

Edward's mother Julia Gooch, 42, works as a legal executive at a solicitors' firm in Newmarket Suffolk.

The Very Rev Dr Frances Ward, the Dean of St Edmundsbury, described Edward as 'a lovely, happy 12-year-old' and said his death was 'a tragic accident'.

Edward was a pupil at St James Middle School, a Church of England School in Bury St Edmunds.

Paul Elstone, the headteacher, said: 'Edward ... was a lively and cheerful pupil."

A spokeswoman for the East of England Ambulance Service said that, on 2 November, a 999 call was received at 9.33pm to report that a 12-year-old boy was in 'cardiac/respiratory arrest'.

Harry Hucknall.

In the UK, on 19 September 2001, 10 year-old Harry Hucknall was found hanged. (Tragic death of boy, 10 )

He was discovered by his next-door neighbour at his home in Dalton-in-Furness in Cumbria.

Harry was a pupil at George Romney Junior School.

He is related to singer Mick Hucknall.

Dylan, who was found hanged at a UK children's home

On 20 October 2009 we learnt that 11 year old Dylan McDonald had been found hanged at a children's home, the Appletree Centre, in Cumbria in the UK.

The school caters for up to 14 children aged six to 12.

Dylan's family were due to apply to regain custody of their son in November 2009.

Dylan's body was spotted by kids playing outside, hanging outside his bedroom window.

Teachers found him still alive, suspended from a large Victorian window.

Dylan was driven to a hospital in Lancaster where died.

His family said he had showed no warning signs of a desire to commit suicide.

Uncle Shaun McDonald told how Dylan had been excitedly looking forward to trips back home to see his dad Peter and mum Sharon at Hallowe'en and Christmas.

Mr McDonald, from Warrington, said: "When Peter went to see him on Sunday, he was laughing and joking.

"They took him out for meals and Dylan was really looking forward to coming back home later this month.

"We've been told he may have had an argument with a teacher, or another pupil on Monday, and he was a bit down on Tuesday.

"But, essentially, why he did this is a mystery."

Knowsley Council, whose care Dylan was in, stated that an enquiry was underway.

Dylan had spent the last three years at the care home.

His uncle said that he had a good relationship with his parents and would see them every fortnight on visits.

William Stanesby

On 2 July 2011, we learn that 12 year old William Lippell Stanesby has been found hanged at the family home in Langton Green, near Tunbridge Wells in Kent in the UK.

(Navy chief's son, 12, dies in hanging accident Mail Online)

William's parents are David Stanesby, 62, a prep school bursar and ex-Royal Navy commander, and Sabrina Lippell, 55, a Royal Navy reservist commander.

Commander Sabrina Lippell receiving her commendation from the Second Sea Lord, Vice Admiral Adrian Johns (A quiet revolution - Sabrina Lippell, Transformation Strategic Communications Advisor, reflects on the transformation of the Royal Navy Fleet.)

William is described as being an 'effervescent character', a talented cricketer, musician and chorister.

He attended the Judd School in Tonbridge, Kent.

The former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Lord Condon lives in Langton Green.

In september 2009, an eight-year-old girl was found hanged fat her home in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, in England.

Charlotte Avenall was found dead on her knees with a cord tied round her neck and her face against a radiator.

Jersey whistleblower Stuart Syvret loses appeal against prison sentence

In 1966, Michael O'Connel, aged 14, hanged himself.

He could not bear going back to the Jersey children's home, Haut de la Garenne, at the centre of a child-abuse scandal.

He told best friend Terence Bizouarn he would kill himself rather than return to Jersey's Haut de la Garenne.

More than 160 former residents of the home have given accounts of torture and sexual abuse.

A photograph emerged of a summer fete at the home which showed two young semi-naked children wearing nothing more than fig leafs. (Boy hanged himself over return to Jersey's Haut de la Garenne care ...)

Suffolk is linked to Witch-finder General Matthew Hopkins, charity founder Sue Ryder, author Arthur Ransome, former prime minister Edward Heath, composer Benjamin Britten and the gangster Kray Twins.


"a house in a Suffolk village" : (SPOOKS, BOYS AND POLITICIANS)

Extradition of man in Suffolk child abuse investigation.

26 October 2011

A 66-year-old man from Amsterdam will be extradited back to the UK as part of Suffolk Police’s investigation into allegations of child abuse at St George’s School in Finborough in the 1970s and 1980s.

Police have been carrying out investigations into allegations of abuse at Finbrough, and in Norfolk and Sussex under the leadership of Derek Slade who was jailed for abusing children in his care.


Zoompad said...


The people who plotted and planned to get Stuart Syvret put into jail for blowing the whistle on institutional child abuse are still pouring out bile and spite and plotting and planning on how to try to cover the whole horrible scandal up

Anonymous said...

Brian Gerrish talks about the Lianne Smith case here.. at about the 30 minute mark.

Anonymous said...

This is sick and you have NO idea of the hurt it causes to families. You should be ashamed. Check out your Daily Mail facts again!

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