First we had Emma Martins our Data Protection Officer.
Second interview was with Mr J Hemming MP.
Third interview was with Paul Rolly a BBC political correspondent.
Forth Interview is with the Man himself Ex Senator Stuart Syvret, after his release.
You do get the feeling that the BBC Interviewer’s have so much contempt for Stuart & his fight for justice it makes you wonder if the radio station is owned by the States of Jersey, Not the public of Jersey.
Radio Jersey will do anything to discredit the likes of Stuart & anyone that does not toe the Government Line. No wonder the station is losing out to Radio 103fm & may it continue because in the end the BBC will have to have a really good look at the way it is run.
First thing to do is get rid of Hamish on the phone in, its more like a Listen to me show then a program for the people of this Island to say what they want. Within reason. Go do some of those really important Wine programs for the 60,000 winos over hear. Or go & talk to Dr Gellar she like wine.
Well I'm not even going to start to say anything about the JEP.
I would just like to say at the start of all this I was not in any doubt that Stuart was going to be on a very long & hard road & it sure has been for him. But in his time some 20 years in the States of Jersey he has been right so many times about what is going on behind the scene's over here, I would say he has got them bang to rights on this one as well. I would be surprised if there was one person that has lived on this rock of over thirty years & never had the thought "that was wrong how did that happen" & " something is corrupt about that".
You have to keep it up now & go all the way to the European Court of Human Rights.
I heard that you were very good in Court, so good that you made him look like the Carpenter. The day that they let you stand up in court & show them that you are not going to lie down & die was the start of the end. For them.
By the way how is it that one Judge didn't give you Bail, but the one in the Royal court does!
Good Luck Stuart.
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