I would like to thank Deputy T Pitman for submitting this oral question.
11. Deputy T.M. Pitman of St. Helier will ask the following question of the Minister for Home Affairs –
“Will the Minister confirm whether he was ever advised by the Chief Minister that the former Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police had requested, on 3rd April 2010, that his response to the Wiltshire Report should be published?”
The question relates to the letter sent by the former Chief of Police Graham Power to the Chief Minister on April 3rd 2010. Graham Power stated that if the minister for Home Affairs was going to release any parts of the Wiltshire Disciplinary Report then his report (statement) should be released at the same time.
So, what the hell has gone wrong (AGAIN)
Everything this Government has done in relation to Graham Power & Lenny Harper has been a monumental disaster.
What really scares me is that the vast majority of the States Chamber just sit back and let this happen
How many times do you have to catch these two out before the penny drops?
There should be a vote of no confidence against ILM. How has he been allowed to get away with trashing a man's reputation and with not so much as a murmur from the vast majority of the chamber
Is it gross incompetence or is it corruption at the highest level?
I have been asking straight forward legitimate questions of our Home Affairs Minister but nothing comes back. I will keep asking and researching.
One great big serious Disaster
Truth HONESTY and Integity
This is what Graham Power asked of the Chief Minister in April 2010 and I quote;
"I regard the threat to publish the report at this or any other time as an expression of malicious intent, and should publication occur, all of my options are reserved. However, without prejudice to any of the above, your intention is drawn to the existence of my own report on the management of the enquiry which is set out in the form of an extensive statement, a copy of which is in the Ministers possession. Should the Minister decide, in spite of all of the above, to proceed with further publication of the Moore report, then it would appear to be entirely reasonable that my own report be published at the same time."