In May 2009, ZIM had referred to the ‘mute’ response of Indian Media on one of biggest crimes to ever hit India – serial child abuse.
Recent cacophony pertaining to Ruchika Girotra’s persecution by a SPS Rathore made ZIM revisit what remains a criminal suppression of truth by Indian Government Authorities and media. An Australian Christian Missionary responsible for crimes of humongous magnitude is out on bail.
Full Video of Brother Paul Alan’s gut wrenching behavior can be viewed here. Brother Paul Alan was someone who escaped justice in Western Australia for fraud and operates in India as a Catholic Christian Missionary and a respected Doctor. He led Mother Teresa’s “Missionaries of Charity’ Mass. Among other things he set up his own Missionary enterprise “New Hope”, solicited funds through advertorials.
Some of Brother Alan’s actions pertain to practicing medicine and worse doing surgeries on gullible poor, all without having a medical license.
But this was nothing compared to what you will read now. For three full decades, mind you, not just a day or a week or a month, for three full decades, Brother Paul Alan sexually abused and assaulted hundreds of teenage children across eastern India in Orissa and Andhra Pradesh.
One child, 14 year old Anil Kumar, same age as Ruchika, who was deaf and mute but not dumb and who lived with Brother Paul Alan committed suicide (We do not know if it was a murder).
Deaf, Mute boy Anil Kumar:
It is not as if the news is not in the public domain. Sally Sara, ABC’s Indian Correspondent did outstanding investigative journalism to dig out the details on the outlaw.
As Sally Sara captures, Brother Paul Alan has been released on bail multiple times, doing more evil every time and Prosecution non existent.
Cover up in India has been massive. Government, the Media, So called Social Rights Activists all went “Omerta” on this one.
There are many in the Government who need to provide answers on this one:
Sonia Gandhi, Ruling
Rahul Gandhi, Ruling Congress Party General Secretary
Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister
Navin Patnaik Chief Minister of Orissa
P Chidambaram, Home Minister, India
YSR Reddy, Chief Minister, Andhra Pradesh