Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Questions without Answers. 11/12/12.


Here we go again!





4.  Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home Affairs –

“Will the Minister advise members whether any witness statements made by victims of child abuse that were made to, and in the custody of, the States of Jersey Police were subsequently lost and, if so, have these statements now been recovered; if not, what are the implications for victims making claims for compensation under the Historic Abuse Redress Scheme?”









7.  Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Chief Minister –

“In view of concerns raised by a number of States Members and stakeholders, will the Chief Minister ensure that the issues of both the police hand-over of investigations and the actions of those in political power will be fully covered in the Historic Child Abuse inquiry terms of reference?”






13.  Deputy M.R. Higgins of St. Helier will ask the following question of H.M. Attorney General –

“Is the Attorney General aware of any cases of alleged criminal offences committed by serving officers in the States of Jersey Police and, if so, what action if any, will he be taking to prosecute such officers to maintain or/restore public confidence in the police and to show that no one is above the Law?”








15.  Deputy M. Tadier of St. Brelade will ask the following question of the Minister for Home Affairs –

“Was the Hampshire Police investigation into the circumstances leading to the arrest of Curtis Warren and others due to be completed in December this year, and, if so, will the Minister inform Members whether the investigation has been completed and, if so, will he make the outcome known?”






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10 comments:

Ian Evans said...

Just finished listening, and boy oh boy are this shower totally corrupt, anything to cover up for bent cops....Disgusting.

Anonymous said...

Ian you keep on saying this Island is full of bent coppers. Why don't you approach the JEP or CTV for an interview and make your allegations public because it is obvious that your blog is being ignored as they are not compelled to respond to it?

Anonymous said...

Oh, dear. The police do not know if something has been lost. They simply can't find it. Bwahahaha.

Anonymous said...

This is a possible follow-up question for someone to ask ILM about missing evidence. "Since the Minister is satisfied that proper procedures are in place to secure police evidence, can he assure us that he has prevented the destruction or misplacement of evidence since he has been in his ministerial position of oversight?"
I am concerned because the most important evidence from Operation Rectangle has reportedly gone missing, and we have already heard from Lenny Harper and Former Chief Graham Power that a clear chain of evidence possession was in place during their employment.

What were the procedures under Warcup and Gradwell? Who did they have to contact first before dispensing of forensic evidence?

There have been concerns raised about the missing bath, and the various bones and teeth. These are extremely valuable items which could be subjected to further, more definitive forensic testing.

Stuart Syvret has researched available scientific testing methods for more accurately dating those remains, and we all know that DNA testing has become more sophisticated and less costly than
ever. This has not been done, yet. Why?

There is no excuse for any police agency to destroy evidence which is still subject to further testing, and if any of these items have been deliberately destroyed, it will be difficult to conceive of anything except extremely suspicious reasons.

At the very least, Gradwell and Warcup must answer some serious questions, if evidence disappeared during their watch.

Elle

Ian Evans said...

Elle, the bath will have been lost in a flood no doubt!


Anon @ 11.46am

I have approached the JEP some years ago, I had an enthusiastic meeting with Harry McRandle who passed my evidence on to his bosses whilst I waited in Harry's office. Harry came back not ten minutes later and stated that his bosses were not interested. He apologised to me saying that he wished he could help.

When you receive that kind of cooperation about reporting systemic corruption, it tends to leave the thought in your mind that you may just be wasting your time :)

Ian Evans said...

The people are starting to PULL BACK The curtain!

Ian Evans said...

Terry Le Main goes all "COWARDLY"

Ian Evans said...

Jersey Justice, a LAWYERS TALE.

Anonymous said...

Please please please Mr TJW, I have been a very good boy this year and I only have one small Christmas wish. This poor man Terry Le Mains is clearly being persecuted by all and sundry and my despeerate wish is that you should invite him for an interview to give his point of view. Of course I would expect you as an interviewer to ask those inciteful questions that the MSM fail to do whilst still giving him a rope, sorry scratch that, a platform to clear the air and get his popint of view out there. It would so make my Christmas, my year, my decade even.

Yours ever hopefully

JRCbean

Ian Evans said...

Time....and child rape, is catching up WITH SOME OF US