Wednesday, 6 February 2013

BBC Interview Graham Power about disciplinary Hearing.



 Graham Power QPM
Gets Interviewed on the BBC Jersey Radio about the disciplinary Hearing of three Police Officers involved in the Curtis Warren car Bugging Affair.





TheJerseyWay would like to Credit & Thank BBC Radio Jersey for making these recording's possible.



11 comments:

Ian Evans said...

Thanks for putting this up TJW.

Anonymous said...

Graham Power is a good speaker. He managed to explain the controversy in a simple way others can understand. The government never does that and LeMarquand is the worst. He makes long and silly nonsense statements every time he opens his mouth.

Ian Evans said...

"Graham Power is a good speaker."


Do you know why he is a good speaker?

Because he knows that the truth is easy to convey, he knows that all you have to do is speak the truth!


"The truth is the truth wherever it is spoken."

Anonymous said...

Thank you TJW for your excellent service. Although you didn't record the Carrie and Sara show on 28th Jan (it was about Leah McGrath-Goodman / 'banned books' etc) I have learned from someone else that a copy of it has been recorded. I haven't seen or heard that copy myself but I trust the person and I'm told they will get it to me. Assuming I do get it, would you be interested in putting it up? I understand there is a complaint being made about that
I found the show very shallow. So shallow and biased in fact, that I too have just lodged a complaint with the BBC about it. No doubt I will receive a defensive response but I can but try. If anyone else wished to complain about it, you have 2 weeks left- here is the link to complain. Please go ahead- the mor of us who do complain, the sooner the BBC will have to address the fundamental problems with BBC Jersey.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/

Ian Evans said...

In search of the LAW TRANSLATIONS we were promised!

Anonymous said...

If someone has a copy of that Carrie and Sara show from January 28 on Leah McGrath Goodman, can it be shared? That would be a useful addition to the record and to substantiate BBC Jersey bias claims for purposes of a petition.

Ian Evans said...

Another Jersey STITCH UP

thejerseyway said...

Hi Anon.

I do have it, but I made the decision not to publish.

The audio was sent to Leah for her research into the way our media love making fools out of them selves.

TJW.

Ian Evans said...

hahaha, good one TJW :)

Ian Evans said...

"Ignorance of the law is no excuse"....EXCEPT IN JERSEY

Anonymous said...

Well done sending it to Leah. She will have a rather large stack of evidence of Jersey media behaving foolishly. The examples are more than enough for one book. Will the Jersey media finally be exposed before she publishes her book? It is possible. BBC's Jersey element is looking worse all the time because they still ignore Graham Power's Statement. And then there's Savile...