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Never less than compelling, often unbearably uncomfortable, yet ultimately uplifting this is the triumph of the human spirit over unimaginable horror.
This should be training material for Social Services, for in my memory back to when Maria Colwell was killed by her stepfather, this was supposedly 'never going to happen again'; yet it does, and the vital lessons are never learned, and children continue to be let down by us all.
Jesamine James thankfully survived, but it is incumbent on us all to strive to never let another child be let down, to never let another child feel so worthless and powerless that they cannot tell someone and find the help they need.
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