Break the silence to liberate the children
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Date de parution : 18.11.2015
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This book is not a novel, it is the incredible testimony of a part of my life. After the death of my mother, I was 14, my father remarried. Abused and unhappy, I then promised that one day I would found an orphanage to provide affection and education for poor children.
1980 - I left France to create an import business in the USA. 1996 I sold my business.
In late 1999 a large cyclone-devastated part of India in Orissa. I went to the scene to help the children I met Parivaraj (priest, doctor and professor) and Ruth Tumati Eliazar, the 3 leaders of a similar organization: New Hope Rural Leprosy Trust, that had existed for 18 years. Parivaraj was the mastermind, he offered his help to establish a foundation in India and children's villages, called: MEGF Trust. Volunteers from around the world flocked to these villages to help. With the money raised 243 received an education. However almost all the staff were recruited by Parivaraj, and the children spoke Oriya, which prevented me from following their conversations.
2008- Despite threats and serious sanctions by Parivaraj, the children broke the silence to talk to me. Through their testimonies, I discovered that New Hope was a cover, a front, for fraud, lies, theft of donations etc., to pay the staff to keep silent about sexual abuse of children committed by Parivaraj on boys and Eliazar Rose on girls as young 10 or 11, in the two foundations. All this work of corruption and rape orchestrated by a recidivist pedophile, Parivaraj wanted by the police for 25 years had changed his name seven times, each time he was wanted.
On November 7, 2008, I swore a complaint with the police who discovered his real name: Paul Dean, an Australian who was arrested and imprisoned for almost four months. However from prison, he remained the leader of the gang. His accomplices outside executed his orders for his release, completing four acts of treason... Free Paul Dean threatened to kill me twice to force me to withdraw my complaint. As I did not want to give in, he then fabricated false documents presented to the Indian authorities in order to imprison me. Narrowly I escaped this trap ...
Il n'y a pour le moment pas de critique presse.