Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Questions without Answers. 19/02/13.





Home Affairs Minister, just doesn't talk to anyone or read anything or is it just convenient so to get out of jail.



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


“Further to the unauthorised publication of the Disciplinary Tribunal’s Judgment into the conduct
of the  3 Jersey police officers involved in the Curtis Warren investigation, will the Attorney
General comment on the allegations made in the judgement that the lack of complete
co-operation by the Jersey Authorities not only compromised the Hampshire Police enquiry but
also limited the full facts available to the Presiding Officer making a decision?”





7.  Deputy S. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home Affairs –


“Would the Minister inform members whether Senior Police Officers failed to co-operate with a
disciplinary investigation relating to the Curtis Warren case which they themselves had initiated
and, if so, what action, if any, will he be taking?”




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


“Following the unauthorized publication of the disciplinary tribunal’s judgement relating to the
3 police officers involved in the Curtis Warren case, has the Minister acted upon the
recommendation made at the tribunal that all 3 officers be formally commended for their hard
work and professionalism and, if not, will he do so and, if so, will the commendation be extended
to other officers involved in the case?”




13.  Deputy T.M. Pitman of  St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home
Affairs –


“Further to the unauthorised publication of the judgement relating to 3 police officers involved in
the Curtis Warren case, has the Minister asked for a criminal investigation to be undertaken into
the issue raised in paragraph 29, namely the authenticity and accuracy of unsigned statements, a
matter that was called into question by a witness?”







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


“Further to the unauthorised publication of the Disciplinary Tribunal’s Judgment into the conduct
of 3 police officers involved in the Curtis Warren investigation, does the Minister stand by his
written answer of 29th January 2013 that “The public can be fully confident that the issues were
properly investigated by an outside Police Force” when the Tribunal’s judgment states that the
lack of co-operation “can only have compromised the Hampshire enquiry?”





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8 comments:

Ian Evans said...

How the Jersey cover-up machine really works....LE MARQUAND AND TAYLOR

Anonymous said...

When is someone going to ask ILM why he lies incessantly in the States Chamber?

GeeGee said...

Thanks again TJW.

I did listen (in disbelief) this morning, but needed to listen yet again to ensure I wasn't really hearing things!

Anonymous said...

Le Marquand what a classic, he is soooooo annoyed that this is being discussed as it was meant to be private, expecially as the chief constable said he did not expect any of it to be made public.

How come he wasn't annoyed with himself when he published parts of a private investiagtion in to Graeme Power?

double standards again le marquand, resign you blithering idiot.

Ian Evans said...

THE RATS are leaving the sinking ship that is HMS Jersey!

Anonymous said...

Hi TJW,

Anne Pryke is up for 15 mins questions without answers this coming Tuesday.

Would you mind recording please?

Thank you

Ian Evans said...

Haut De La Garenne MOOCHERS UNMASKED

Ian Evans said...

Why lawyers are crooks....EXPLAINED