By Claire Wilkins
It was me who made the two anonymous calls.
You denied your ex-husband visitation rights to see his two and four-year-old children. All your siblings came to support you when you had to appear in family court. You were facing a prison sentence and a large fine. We were worried.
Your little ones were taken to a top East Coast doctor who confirmed their father’s sexual abuse.
Your eldest bravely spoke to the child psychologist and, in his limited language, corroborated what his father had done to he and his sister. Your older brothers talked about getting a hitman to kill your ex, others talked about having you leave the country.