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Digital copy of [Jersey Evening Post] article relating to an individual. [Some details redacted].
1985 - 1985
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Details an individual's pending prison sentence at HM Prison La Moye, and lists previous convictions and appearances before the Royal Court. Describes occasional residence at Community Alcohol Shelter, New Street, and the individual's alcoholism. Details the individual's childhood, mentioning Approved Schools and Haut de la Garenne. Refers to the individual's belief she has sustained kidney and liver damage, and describes stomach pain as a result of being kicked by a man when she was pregnant, resulting in miscarriage. Describes impact of the individual's behaviour on admissons to refuges, and resultant nights sleeping rough, including on the top floor of Sand Street Car Park. Details visit to St Helier Welfare Board, benefit of £14, and suggestion the individual had made contact with [the Jersey Evening Post] of her own accord. Details the individual's wish for a husband and children. Details emotional and physical abuse by a man living with the individual's mother during the individual's childhood. Describes circumstances of mother's death. Comments on the individual's belief she may be dead by the time she reaches the age of 30. Details circumstances in which [the Jersey Evening Post] arranged the interview with the individual.
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