In today's Times (14 August 2008, p3) it is reported that apparently Jersey's judiciary is protecting the island's (extensive network?) of paedophiles. If this is correct then it is time to send in the mainland police, as was necessary in Pitcairn. I cannot believe that paedophilia is so widespread in Jersey that it affects every strata in society, though of course it knows no social boundaries. If nothing is done, the message that Jersey is sending out to the World, is that Jersey is a haven for paedophiles. Do they really want to sully their reputation in such a manner?