Australia was now supposed to be a much safer place for a child. Were we really listening?
I keep thinking about institutions, and the reflex to protect — at any cost.
I keep wondering at how some of us manage to look past individual pain and powerlessness to somehow believe that the status and reputation of a name, a brand, an order, a building can be worth more.
Are we cowards? Are we unfeeling?
What I know for certain is that some of us have learned nothing, and that vigilance and scepticism will always be the price we need to pay for the safety of our children.
The story unpacked by Four Corners is sad to say the least.