Sunday, December 5, 2010

Is it now ok to mislead the house Chief Minister?


Home Affairs Minister & The Chief Minister



On my last blog posting, Chief Minister 6, I showed what a little bit of research and evidence can prove.  So the question I ask is: How did the Chief Minister, Terry Le Sueur, and the deputy Chief Executive, John Richardson, get it so wrong?  The question asked of the Chief Minister by the good back-benchers, who are seeking truth, honesty and integrity, is a very simple one:  Why was part D of the terms of reference dropped?  


Now as clearly evidenced by the letter I published from the former Chief of Police, Graham Power, the Chief Minister is misleading the house.  For me this is very serious and, some people may say: What does it matter it's only Part D?  But for me it goes to the very heart of everything that is wrong at the moment.  All we seem to get from the Council of Ministers is half truths or lies, lies and damn lies.


Again, I ask, a question gets submitted to the Chief Minister regarding Part D of the terms of reference and the Chief Minister replies with complete and utter garbage by stating that the former Chief of Police would fully participate in the Napier Review on 31 March.  I find it incredible that the Chief Minister is given this answer by his civil servant when it is so blatantly wrong.  Is this the level of government we now find ourselves with?


I have been watching and studying the States now for quite some time and, in doing this, I have become accustomed to how it works.  For any person out there who has not already, if you have a free moment, go up into the States gallery and watch a sitting.  I warn you now.  It will leave you demoralised and under no illusion that we are in serious doo doo!  


How is it that back-benchers can bring propositions to the House, well researched and evidence based, and yet 99% of the time their proposition will be rejected.  The reason they will be rejected is due to the 29 votes that will always swing the same way as the Treasury  Minister, Philip Ozouf.


On the matter of Senator Ozouf, let me just say what a joke I thought this morning's Talk Back phone in, phone out, phone you, phone me was.  It was just a normal Talk Back show, but packaged in such a way that Philip Ozouf didn't have any opposition sitting next to him in the studio.   He was therefore never challenged and allowed to waffle and waffle to the extent that, by the time he had finished talking, you had forgotten what the question was.  These Talk Back shows need to improve and have a serious hard impartial anchor who is well versed on the issues and will keep guests on point.


Sorry for the slight digression.   I must fully congratulate the back-benchers who have strived for truth honesty and integrity and who do not give up in the face of adversity.  On my next blog posting I will be showing my readers the Jersey Power Chart.  


There is so much more I want to say on what is going wrong in the States Chamber, but for me the only problem I see right not is the 29 members who consistently vote with Philip Ozouf.  We can bring questions.  We can bring propositions.  We can hold rallies.  We can drink Kir Royale at the Grand Hotel, but at the end of the day it's those same 29, who seem to lack any independence of thought, backed by a Council of Ministers telling a pack of lies.  Yet these 29 vote with them every time.  How is it that these 29 people voted for Chief Minister Le Sueur's Commissioner led review, over Deputy Hill's P9 and THEN when the Deputy of St Martin's asked the Chief Minister to bring a statement to the House regarding Napier's review, more or less the exact same 29 voted against it?  Make no mistake.  The Jersey child abuse scandal has fully exposed the ineptitude and morally and socially corrupt attitude of this government.



Senator  Perchard

Senator Terry Le Sueur
Senator Paul Routier
Senator Philip Ozouf
Senator Terry Le Main
Senator Ben Shenton
Senator Freddie Cohen
Senator Sarah Ferguson
Senator Alan Maclean
Senator Ian Le Marquand

Connetable Len Norman
Connetable Silvanus Yates

Connetable Daniel Murpthy

Connétable Ken Vibert
Connétable John Gallichan
Connétable Mike Jackson
Connétable Graham Butcher
Connétable Peter Hanning
Connétable John Refault
Connétable Juliette Gallichan


Deputy Ben Fox
Deputy James Reed
Deputy Jackie Hilton
Deputy Ian Gorst
Deputy Phil Rondel
Deputy Angela Jeune
Deputy Ann Dupré
Deputy Eddie Noel
Deputy Andrew Green M.B.E.



So I now come to an exchange in the house between Deputy Tadier and Chief Minister Le Suer.  





4.6     Deputy M. Tadier:

Earlier in question time the Chief Minister said he agreed with the principle of being innocent until proven guilty in Jersey and in common law, I guess, as a principle.  Will the Minister, therefore, confirm that as Mr. Power has not been found guilty of anything that he is, in fact, innocent?

Senator T.A. Le Sueur:

It depends on how one describes the term “innocent”, in that it is certainly the case that he has not been proved guilty.  He has not had the chance, or no one had the chance, to determine that situation.  On the basis that until one is proven guilty one remains innocent in law, then clearly Mr. Power, the former Chief Constable of Police, was, on that basis, innocent and is.

4.6.1  Deputy M. Tadier:

Given the fact that we have heard from the Chief Minister that he was and is innocent, will he be asking the Minister for Home Affairs to make an apology, or will he be making an apology, to an innocent man?

Senator T.A. Le Sueur:

No.




This sums it up for me. And again why the Child Abuse Victims will never receive an apology from this Government.


So, after exposing the Chief Minister over the dropping of part (D) and finding out that the final terms of reference were agreed on the 25th March 2010 we also know that the JEP ran an article two days later with the full Terms of Reference published, including part (D).


This had led to Deputy Bob HIll emailing the Chief Minister.  I reproduce it in full below.





From: Bob Hill 

Sent: 03 December 2010 11:16

To: Terry Le Sueur

Cc: All States Members (including ex officio members); Diane Simon; John Richardson (CMD)

Subject: Napier Review; Terms of Reference.



Good Morning Terry,

 

With reference to the Ministerial Decision above. You will note that it contains the following:  "Mr. Napier is an experienced Barrister who specialises in Employment and Discrimination Law.  Mr. Napier was also able to start the investigation immediately and following an initial meeting in Jersey on 25 March 2010, agreed the final Terms of Reference (copy attached) and also agreed to commence a review on 6 April 2010.  Mr Napier plans to complete his Review and submit his final report in early May." 

 

You will recall that we met Mr Napier at lunch time on 25th March and will concur that he was given the Terms of Reference that were published in the COM Comments(3) to my Proposition P9/2010. You may also recall that prior to my meeting with Mr Napier, he had met Diane Simon from the JEP, and possibly other members of the media. I know I told you when we met Mr Napier that Diane had already been in touch with me asking for a quote for the report she was drafting for publication the following day. You will note from Diane's Report (attached above) that she has included the Terms of Reference as shown in Comments(3). I also know that I spoke to Mr Napier about the Terms and know that he not only had a copy of the Comments (3) but also P9/2010 and the Comments lodged by the Treasury and PPC. Therefore the facts speak for themselves and is also supported in your Ministerial Decision above which state that the Terms of Reference were agreed on 25th March. It is also stated that the agreed Terms of Reference is attached to the Ministerial Decision. Please could I be sent a copy of those Terms by 10am Monday. You are down for Questions without Notice and I hope to be able to ask you why the answers given to Oral Questions asked on 19th October, 16th November and 30th November are at variance from the facts above. 

 

 

Regards

 

Deputy  F. J. (Bob) Hill, BEM.,

Deputy of St Martin.



 


I have received some comments from Moral-rightnes so instead of publishing them on my last blog I thought I would post them

 on here



“Terms of Reference” is a phrase that may be new to some of the public, who along with those who already have knowledge, may be bemused by the definition when attempting to relate to Chief Minister's responses to questions surrounding its change, just prior to the investigation into Graham Power's suspension.


Suspension of Mr. Graham Power, Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police on 12 November 2008 - Report to the Chief Minister of the States of Jersey by Brian Napier QC


[my comments: aka the Napier Report]


Terms of Reference

The purpose of the Review is to:-


a) Examine the procedure employed by the Chief Minister’s Department and the Home Affairs Minister in the period leading up to the suspension of the Chief Officer of Police on 12 November 2008.


[my comments: not relative to any conspiracy]


b) Review the manner in which senior officers managed the assembly of key information used in the decision making process that ultimately led to the suspension of the Chief Officer of Police.


[my comments: not relative to any conspiracy]


c) Investigate whether the procedure for dealing with the suspension was correctly followed at all times including:-


i. The reason for the immediate suspension of the Chief Officer of Police

ii. Whether there were any procedural errors in managing the suspension process.


[my comments: not relative to any conspiracy]


d) The Report should highlight any areas where in the opinion of the Commissioner sufficient evidence exists that would support, in the interests of open government a full Committee of Inquiry into the manner in which the Chief Officer of Police was suspended on 12 November 2008.


[my comments: into the manner - not relative to any conspiracy]


The ongoing issue relates to the change of the original, agreed, “Terms of Reference”, which had the following included:-


(d) Review all information relating to the original suspension procedure, including relevant sections of the published Affidavit from the suspended Chief Officer of Police. 


[my comments: would have broadened the inquiry to allow Mr Napier to call in witnesses to support Mr Power's allegation of a conspiracy]



Part2


However, I have discovered that Verita are now saying that the suspension of the Consultant does not fall within their remit, and that they have asked the Minister for Health and Social Services to extend their Terms of Reference again, so that they can report on matters relating to the Consultant’s suspension.


Now the Chief Minister would have us believe that changing term (d) had no significance as Graham Power had agreed to be interviewed, but as one can see from the above, the remit no longer permitted an investigation into a conspiracy and although Graham Power had alleged it, Napier was not able to interview anyone who may have supported that allegation.


Furthermore, we now know the reason the Chief Minister gave for changing term (d) was not valid, so why was it removed, buy a person with a conflict of interest (Deputy Chief Officer) without the States agreeing a change via a proposition??


So one question for Mr Napier. that would sink TLS even lower, why did he not interview Deputy P Le Claire? 



As we come to the Budget next week check out the voting of the ones above. We will also be looking at the reply's the Chief Minister will be giving to oral questions.


rs









54 comments:

Anonymous said...

All we ever get from TLS, ILM and their ilk is a pack of lies and spin. A grave injustice has been done to the abuse victims, graham power, lenny harper, stuart syvret to name just a few. What you have posted here and your last posting proves we are being lied to by Terry and his cohorts will they ever be held accountable for any of this?

GeeGee said...

Rico - I was in the Royal Square yesterday when about 100 people, young and old, braved the most atrocious weather to support a rallying call, not only against GST rises, but generally against the lying, corrupt government we have in place at this moment in time.

The two main players in all this, our CM and Home Affairs Minister should be totally and utterly ashamed of themselves, but those who follow like lemmings jumping off a cliff are equally as guilty for the dire state and reputation of Jersey at the moment.

I have never experienced so much disquiet wherever I go or whoever I talk to. If, as Mark Thomas said, he was the advance party, bring on the real troops now.

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

There can be no plausible reason for taking out part D of the TOR. All that done was to narrow the TOR's for Napier. Wendy Kinnard, as a result of part D being dropped, did not need to be interviewed who would have been a vital witness in corroberating, or otherwise, the contents of Graham Power's sworn affidavit.

Part D was dropped in a very sneaky way, and by a Civil Servant who could be accused of a conflict of interest and shouldn't have had anything to do with the Napier Review.

This current Regime we have running this island is just totally lawless.

Anonymous said...

I am slightly confused by Mr Le Sueurs reply to Deputy Tadier?

''It depends on how one describes the term “innocent”, in that it is certainly the case that he has not been proved guilty. He has not had the chance, or no one had the chance, to determine that situation. On the basis that until one is proven guilty one remains innocent in law, then clearly Mr. Power, the former Chief Constable of Police, was, on that basis, innocent and is.''

Weren't all disciplinary charges dropped against Mr. Power after a £1m inquiry. Ample chance and expense to determine charges wouldn't you think?

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

As far as BBC Talkcack, talk to, phone in phone out, is concerned well if ever there was any more proof needed that this is just State Controlled Media then you got it today.

Phillip Ozouf was the only live guest in the studio but Geoff Southern was allowed to be one of the "phone-out" guests. Who is Christie tucker trying to kid here? And yet again, Phillip Ozouf was able to just waffle on to his heart's content.

Talkback in no way could ever be described as a show for serious political debate. I'll never forget when Home Affairs Minister told us that he believed that the 65 children's teeth found at Haut de la Garenne (some with root still attached) must have fallen through a gap in the floor board. You couldn't have come out with a more stupid statement if you tried! Any self resecting Radio Host or "journalist" you would have thought, might have said "hang on a minute Minister, do you honestly expect my listeners to swallow that nonsense?" but no Christie not batting an eye-lid just moved on.

With all the lies, spin and corruption going on now with no accountability more and more people are having to look to the media to hold our elected "representatives" to account and they're just not delivering.

BBC Jersey, please give us a political correspondant/commentator who will not be intimidated by the guest politicians and will not giggle while trying to deliver a "real" question. Also give us a presenter that will insist on getting an answer to any questions that have been asked.

I hear Adam Fowler is leaving CTV this month, if I were you I would offer him a nice package, because he is the closest thing to a journalist this island has seen in a long time and it would be a shame to see him go. And god knows you need a serious, objective and hard talking political correspondant.

Is it any wonder your listeners are swicthing to channel 103????????

Ian Evans said...

Great post Rico.

"Is this the level of government we now find ourselves with?"

It's always been that way Rico, it is only now though that people are waking up to the louts that profess to act in our best interests.

Terry Le Sewer, join THE BAND, your mates are all members!

Anonymous said...

Mr. Le Sueur, why commission and expect tax payers to be happy with paying for a report by Mr. Napier then announce yourself and others to be justified in ignoring those findings?


Here is where Rico VFC Stuart etc have upset the apple cart. Was it assumed the public would buy what the press fed them.

In days gone by, this lot would be on the home straight. Jerseys reputation on the international stage saved by the majority of States members regardless what is actually happening on this Island.

At a huge financial cost to the taxpayer and personal cost to the public.

Survivor said...

Dear Anonymous,

Thank you for your organised campaign to silence us. That you would choose to devote so many hours and resources toward our demise is the highest compliment you could pay us. It tells us that you think our movement is powerful, and that we are a significant threat to your way of life.
You are correct. Every move you make, every little post, amplifies our voices and strengthens our movement.

moral-rightness said...

Rico - I note in my cut and pasting, I omitted the following section which should be placed immediately after the words Part 2, only then does the current paragraph after Part 2 make any sense.

Also, there is a typo - buy a person with a conflict of interest

should of course be - BY not buy.


PS. I am trying to find an article that I believe quoted ILM as stating "he must have known", I cannot remember what it related to, nor how long ago, but I do recall it because I thought it odd that a person who had been a magistrate would make such a biased comment, he was effectively inflicting his bias of thought.

If only I could find it!!!

rico sorda said...

MR

Ilm has said many things over these past months but "he must have known" isn't ringing many bells. Wish I could help do you have any more information.

What is happening over here at the moment goes beyond a joke.

I look forward to hearing what the Chief Minister has to say tomorrow.


SURVIVOR

Anonymous is very hard to work out. He spends all his time attacking the ones who are trying to hold these politicians to account and worse still attacks abuse survivors.

We will not stop

rs

TonyTheProf said...

Rico, not all of the politicians agree with Philip Ozouf all of the time. Ian Le Marquand has consistently voted for exemptions to GST and will continue to do so. Andrew Green also wants exemptions to GST.

rico sorda said...

Hi Tony

I did say

"How is it that back-benchers can bring propositions to the House, well researched and evidence based, and yet 99% of the time their proposition will be rejected."

All the major voting in the chamber is the same. The ones I have mentioned, will 99% of the time vote in line with the treasury minister. Look at the business plan with all the amendments brought only one went through.

rs

rico sorda said...

"On my last blog posting, Chief Minister 6, I showed what a little bit of research and evidence can prove. So the question I ask is: How did the Chief Minister, Terry Le Sueur, and the deputy Chief Executive, John Richardson, get it so wrong? The question asked of the Chief Minister by the good back-benchers, who are seeking truth, honesty and integrity, is a very simple one: Why was part D of the terms of reference dropped? "

so does anyone have any idea why these two got it so wrong on something so simple.

They get asked a question

They Research the answer

Then the Chief Minister informs the chamber.

How did two people manage to bypass the truth?

ANY IDEAS?

Anonymous said...

I see 12 comments here I can not see one post here by Anonymous attacking anyone?

Anonymous said...

"On my next blog posting I will be showing my readers the Jersey Power Chart"

Explain

rico sorda said...

Anonymous said...
I see 12 comments here I can not see one post here by Anonymous attacking anyone?

I think it stems from the comment below from my last posting. And that F-blog.

"I have had a comment why I keep insulting the Chief Minister. Now if Anonymous would like to submit a comment fighting the Chief Ministers corner then I will publish it. So over to you Anonymous, Look forward to reading the defence"

Still nothing back from Anonymous. Probably a bit busy on his blog seeing as there aren't any more politicians doing guest postings.

Anonymous said...

Rico,

Not only did the Chief Minister TLS and the Deputy Chief JR get it wrong more they underestimated people.

a)In my opinion TLS and his advisors believed they could get away with the old faithful typically dismissive intimidatory answer given in the house.

b)They did not bank on the likes of Mr. Hill Pitman etc and their determination to finally pin down an answer and the truth for their electorate.

Anonymous said...

AND THIS IS WHAT OUR CHIEF MINISTER CALLS AN APOLOGY TO THE SURVIVORS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

On behalf of the Island’s government, I acknowledge that the care system that operated historically in the Island of Jersey failed some children in the States’ residential care in a serious way. Such abuse has been confirmed by the criminal cases that have been before Jersey’s courts. To all those who suffered abuse, whether confirmed by criminal conviction or not, the Island’s government offers its unreserved apology.

rico sorda said...

Chief Minister’s Statement for 6.12.10


The Council of Ministers understands that the Historical Child Abuse Enquiry has now been concluded. We appreciate there are many islanders – both here and living elsewhere – who have been affected by this long-running inquiry and we sympathise with those people.

I would like to offer the following apology:

On behalf of the Island’s government, I acknowledge that the care system that operated historically in the Island of Jersey failed some children in the States’ residential care in a serious way. Such abuse has been confirmed by the criminal cases that have been before Jersey’s courts. To all those who suffered abuse, whether confirmed by criminal conviction or not, the Island’s government offers its unreserved apology.

The States of Jersey has received claims for financial compensation which are under review.

In March 2008 the Council of Ministers presented a report to the States which considered that, depending on the outcome of the criminal cases, it would be appropriate to hold a Committee of Inquiry.
The Council of Ministers will now consider whether there remain any unanswered questions that require further investigation. We will discuss the matter formally in the very near future and bring forward a report to the States.


This is the full apology from the Chief Minister

Im not going to pass comment on it as I believe its the Abuse Survivors who should comment on it's worth.

rs

Ian Evans said...

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rico sorda said...

Just watched an awful clip of the Chief Minister on spotlight reading out his apology. I thought he sounded slightly better in the states.

Lets see what the Abuse Survivors make of it.

This is not going to bed. There are still more questions than answers and I look forward to the new police chief coming over so he can crack on chasing the remaining child abusers.

We now have Lord Carswell dropping the bomb about removing the bailiff the only problem being the 29 will have none of it.

Business as usual as they say

rs

Anonymous said...

Thats funny, because the way you have been going on about this subject people say that you are a sexual abuse victim.

Anonymous said...

Lol at the sexual abuse victim comment.

going by that mentality nobody should give money to charities that lok after third world people etc etc because, you or anyone else here has not been a victim of an earthquake or tsunami or anything else. If you arent a victim of the above then how dare you speak out!

Thanks to that comment I will be canceling my standing orders to charity because I am not a victim. Phhhhhew that'll save me a few quid, thanks for helping me realise what a deluded, ignorant money wasting fool I have been. I owe you a pint or lets face it a good few pints per month for the rest of my employed life. Cant thank you enough.

Anonymous said...

Why the sudden change of heart from the Chief Minister.

Not sure who the comment at 6.54 is related to and it comes across as taunting.

rico sorda said...

Hi Farce

You have asked me that question so many times. In fact so many times its beyond a joke. I have let that comment through so I can say, I do what I do because it makes me sick of what is going on over here, what is allowed to go on over here, and continues to go on over here. I come from a very loving family. What is wrong in what im trying to do?

Look at you with your Farce Blog. I had a look on it the other day and all you are doing through nearly your whole site is attack Stuart , VFC and myself. BUT LETS NOT FORGET THE Abuse Survivor

So what does that make you?

You sent an email to my work you telling my boss how bad I was to senior political figures in Jersey and how the business would be affected. Now, why do that to someone that wants to help people who have suffered at the hands of this and past administrations. You attack me on your Farce Blog for seeking the truth into Child Abuse Cover-ups.

So what does that make you?

All your Blog does is Attack anything myself, VFC and Stuart Syvret does. You react to what we post. You offer nothing, no research no evidence nothing. Why do you just attack what I do ? all you say is no one cares, no one is reading it, its all old news and yet you are doing all of that.

I do this because I care

You do it through Hate

So what does that make you?

Don't bother with a reply. I hope you have sent a certain politician an apology for ruining his career. Now I know why your guest postings have dried up.

Now do me a favor Dick Head

F*ck Off

rs

Ian Evans said...

What ya tryna say Rico? ;o)

rico sorda said...

You can read Stuart Syvrets Order of Justice here

ORDEROF JUSTICE

The fight for Truth Honesty and Integrity continues. And all on the day when again we get it confirmed that we need a separation of powers.

Oh what will the 29 do? 800 hundred years of tradition and all that

rs

Anonymous said...

I wonder how these nodding dogs feel about the apology given and the admission that the care system failed in Jersey.

Senator Perchard
Senator Terry Le Sueur
Senator Paul Routier
Senator Philip Ozouf
Senator Terry Le Main
Senator Ben Shenton
Senator Freddie Cohen
Senator Sarah Ferguson
Senator Alan Maclean
Senator Ian Le Marquand

Connetable Len Norman
Connetable Silvanus Yates

Connetable Daniel Murpthy

Connétable Ken Vibert
Connétable John Gallichan
Connétable Mike Jackson
Connétable Graham Butcher
Connétable Peter Hanning
Connétable John Refault
Connétable Juliette Gallichan


Deputy Ben Fox
Deputy James Reed
Deputy Jackie Hilton
Deputy Ian Gorst
Deputy Phil Rondel
Deputy Angela Jeune
Deputy Ann Dupré
Deputy Eddie Noel
Deputy Andrew Green M.B.E.

Avenger said...

Good evening Rico. What is the name of the scumbag behind the f blog? No retreat. No surrender.

rico sorda said...

We must not get side tracked by the filth that goes on that blog.

I have always said that you cant underestimate the people who read these blogs. Everything we do on Team Voice is concerned in finding the truth in what has gone on over here. People can make there own conclusions about what they see and read, who delivers evidence and facts and what blogs don't.

I wish the Farce Blog 2 had been in the Royal Court and just sat there and watched what this is all about. They would have realised the human cost in all of this. I believe it all stems from his hatred of Stuart, have you noticed if you show any kind of support for stuart he will be all over you, slagging you off et etc even if you are an Abuse Survivor.

AVENGER

Lets just stay focused on the task at hand

rs

Anonymous said...

Rico did Bob Hill ask TLS:

'You are down for Questions without Notice and I hope to be able to ask you why the answers given to Oral Questions asked on 19th October, 16th November and 30th November are at variance from the facts above.'

Deputy Montfort Tadier said...

So it was an interesting day in the States today. The Chief Minister did make a formal apology to those who were the victims of abuse (whether or not those particular cases resulted in successful convictions) whilst in the care of the States. However, the Education Minister was less forthcoming when attempting to answer Deputy S. Pitman's question

Anonymous said...

Why did the baliff pull the deputy of st mary up for speaking over an hour on such an important issue. Is there a law on how long you can speek?

Zoompad said...

"Good evening Rico. What is the name of the scumbag behind the f blog? "

Rico, I know that F blog is disgusting, but I would also like to know a little more about them, as that blog has published a little nugget of something which it ought to have been impossible for those two idiots to know unless someone with high connections and access to Social Service and Court records had told them. So now I know without a doubt that they are not running that blog just out of malevolent mischief, but that they have people with political muscle behind them.

So I would also like to delve a bit deeper. If those people can get access to personal and confidential information about myself, I would like to be able to do likewise, so that I can see how they came to get hold of the little nugget of confidential and personal information about a child abuse survivor who does not even live in Jersey.

Zoompad said...

You see, the little nugget of information is something I have not posted on my blog or anywhere else, not even in an email. It would have been absolutly impossible for them to have had any access to the information unless they had either come to my home town, or else been given the information from either Staffordshire Social Services or Staffordshire County Court. So I know for sure that there is some sort of collusion going on between the men who run that blog and some pretty powerful people in authority, my guess is a member of the judiciary.

Zoompad said...

We know that the Jersey justice system is more crooked than the little crooked mans house. If those creeps are able to get hold of confidential information from a Northern town in the UK, then somebody has been very very naughty indeed. I would very much like to know who that naughty person is, because it is me whose personal data has obviously been illegally breached, and I am sure Stuart would also like to know, especially if it turned out that the very naughty person who has obviously illegally gained access to my confidential records is also the one responsible for putting him into jail last week!

rico sorda said...

I will be posting about the email reply concerning the dropped TOR concerning Napier soon.

rs

thejerseyway said...

Hi Rico.

Just Put up the Audio of the Questions 4 & 14 from Monday. Here

We need more answers about this senior Civil Servant from the Education, Sport and Culture Department that has got away without seeing Justice.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait for your new post on the change in T.O.R. That change alone holds a gold mine's worth of clues about what really went on.

rico sorda said...

So the Jersey Way fights back against Carswell

Tonight Editorial in the JEP had me in laughing so hard that I nearly weed down my leg, not such a bad idea on a cold night.

It brought it all back to me. Yes, it brought back all those Editorials that this paper wrote about the Historical Abuse Investigation. It's rabid protection of Jersey's image above the suffering of children in care.

This Paper it will never be referred to as a N**S Paper it's the propaganda mouth piece of the real jersey establishment. The real Jersey Establishment are the Money Men and it's this power that I will be looking at.

The difference between now and 20yrs ago is nothing really.

The real Establishment cant be told anything

From Child Abuse to 0/10 to Clothier to Carswell you cant tell them anything not a thing.

But it's my firm belief that things are starting to change. Im not a religious person so don't be surprised if im blogging over Christmas, in fact, I cant wait, as there is more time for research.

Is Jersey starting to reap it's Karma?

Lies Lies and damn Lies

Conspiracy or just Incompetence

I believe they walk hand in hand on this little Island

rs

rico sorda said...

Now remember all the comments coming out of ozouf these past months concerning 0/10 well here it is. Will they admit it yet?

0/10

rs

Anonymous said...

"Conspiracy or just incompetence," and I would add arrogance. The arrogance is apparent in the way the available documented truth is ignored by the elite because it is posted via unaccredited media. Those who would hide behind feeble non-answers and still maintain foolish faith in their own positions of superiority have a long way to fall.

rico sorda said...

Conspiracy, Incompetence and Arrogance 'The Jersey Way'

Anonymous I think you have it spot on

I still find it incredible what Senator Le Marquand a former Magistrate has been allowed to get away with concerning the Suspension of Graham Power and the Wiltshire Report.

He was able to do this because the real Jersey Establishment gave it the go ahead. He could only do this with the help of the JEP. I include Shiply & Bright in the Real Establishment because they have followed a rabid path in discrediting Power, Harper and the Historical Abuse Investigation. Go and read the Editorials its all there and now Carswell.

Its like we are Governed by some kind of Incestuous Elite

If people have ideas im all eyes.

How else can you explain what is going on over here

rs

rico sorda said...

Conspiracy, Incompetence, Incestial and Arrogant

Sounds about right

Anonymous said...

The Carswell Report was another waste of time and money, because the States will never vote for a change away from the present arrangment (as amply demonstrated by the support in the local media scaring people about "losing 800 years worth of history"!).

The Establishment bloc vote would keep things as they are, with the Bailiff free to dictate who can speak and for how long, vetting what the progressives can achieve in the House.

rico sorda said...

Senator Perchard
Senator Terry Le Sueur
Senator Paul Routier
Senator Philip Ozouf
Senator Terry Le Main
Senator Ben Shenton
Senator Freddie Cohen
Senator Sarah Ferguson
Senator Alan Maclean
Senator Ian Le Marquand

Connetable Len Norman
Connetable Silvanus Yates

Connetable Daniel Murpthy

Connétable Ken Vibert
Connétable John Gallichan
Connétable Mike Jackson
Connétable Graham Butcher
Connétable Peter Hanning
Connétable John Refault
Connétable Juliette Gallichan


Deputy Ben Fox
Deputy James Reed
Deputy Jackie Hilton
Deputy Ian Gorst
Deputy Phil Rondel
Deputy Angela Jeune
Deputy Ann Dupré
Deputy Eddie Noel
Deputy Andrew Green M.B.E.


Do Not Forget

rs

Anonymous said...

Rico

That list is so spot on. I have been listening to the states and it's shocking. Keep fighting the Abuse Cover up mate doing a grand job

Zoompad said...

Thanks for posting up all those names, I am urging everyone who cares about protecting children to study all those people, we want to know why they are refusing to protect children by supporting child abusers and rapists and murderers by covering up for them and by joining in the persecution of those people who are trying to bring the abusers murderers and rapists to justice. We want to know which of these people are abusers, which are moneygrubbing stonehearts and which are just coverer uppers, and which are just plain terrified!

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

Who are the APPROPRIATE AUTHORITIES?

rico sorda said...

I thought I would let readers know that I will be blogging on the next stage of the 'terms of reference' debacle tomorrow.

TLS is at his very best again

And it gives me no pleasure in saying

The Keyboard Cat will have to play him out again

Step back and look at what is going on over here, I find it incredible, the states has been at it's very lunatic best this week. The Chamber is toxic with a rabid bunch who cant be told anything. They are the hard nosed right wingers like Shenton, Ferguson, Le Main , Ozouf Mclean etc etc they will not listen to reason on anything. And again its this kind of thinking that leaves the children in care at risk.

Finance Finance Finance

Lies Lies and Damn Lies

Morally and Socially finished

Are we now reaping what we have sown?

rs

Anonymous said...

Ben Shenton

Anonymous said...

The constant attack on your job by farcical is criminal harassment.

rico sorda said...

Believe me when I say nothing will stop me from exposing the lies , lies and damn lies coming from my Government.

I have said it before and I will say it again, under this regime no child is safe under the care of the States of Jersey. This is not an attack on the staff who do a fantastic job but on the toxic system that is in place to cover up abuse in care.

What I have heard in the states this week has fully endorsed that.

My job is of no importance when placed against Child Abuse, how can it be. The question that must be asked and very loudly is why do they attack my Job? when, all I seek is the truth regarding the Jersey Historical Child Abuse Investigation. Why would someone threaten my Job? that is the question that must be asked, not that they are, BUT WHY ?

On Sunday I will be fully exposing the Chief Minister as either a Liar, a total puppet, or of misleading the house.

My own opinion is that he is all 3. I will let you make up your own minds.

I will do this all with evidence and facts.

Again I ask

How can the Deputy Chief Executive and the Chief Minister get it so wrong.

This incompetence and down right lies are dragging this Island down. we have gone beyond the gutter

rs

Anonymous said...

Anon. said, "The constant attack on your job by farcical is criminal harassment."

If you are not able to obtain protective recourse through the Jersey system you might be better helped by the numerous political bloggers' rights communities around the world. There are groups who would go to great lengths to expose threats to your political free speech on the internet. Any obvious failure by the Jersey authorities to handle threats to your job could embarrass Jersey. Many such blogs have large spheres of influence through a regular international readership many times the size of Jersey's population.

Keep the faith. You are fighting the good fight.