The infamous double act that allegedly netted Bill Ogley £500.000
Not bad seeing as the going rate for Hospital Manslaughter is allegedly £300,000 - Mike Pollard resigning before the Verita Report
Do you think suspending a Chief of Police & Covering up Child Abuse costs peanuts?
The Wiltshire Report & The BDO Alto Report
Complete and Utter Tosh
Used to Cover-UP State Run Child Abuse in Jersey
The Evidence is overwhelming
A fortune spent on Wiltshire - This report was never intended for disciplinary action and it never was - This catastrophic Shambles should have cost the Home Affairs Minister his position. But, alas this is Jersey, so he got a good round of applause from the Lunatics in the States Chamber who lets be honest would not be out of place in that beacon of Democracy called North Korea.
There is no outcry or scathing Editorials concerning the Idiotic use of the Wiltshire Report
There is no outcry or scathing Editorials concerning the Wiltshire Expenses
There is no outcry or scathing Editorials concerning the crazy actions of our Home Affairs Minister
There is no outcry or scathing Editorials concerning the findings of the Napier Report or a nameless Civil Servant being disciplined
And there is no outcry at the continued stalling of the "COMMITTEE OF NO ENQUIRY"
We have the JEP telling everyone about the outcry that is the Chief Excecutive of Jersey receiving £500,000 pound handshake. Yet, if this paper had done its job it would have been telling us how it exposed the Child Abuse Cover-up and
SAVED US HALF A MILLION QUID.
Remember this article
So our Ruling Elite pay TEFLON BILL £500,000
If we wanted to we could pick the BDO Alto report to bits. Like everything at the moment its a £64,000 pounds Shambles. Just like the Wiltshire report and its Million plus price tag.
And what of Lenny Harpers confidential Wiltshire Statement?
Looking at what has gone on you can see that there is a clear overlap between the work of Wiltshire and BDO and a case could be made out for sharing information. But I have also been informed that it would have to be made out, agreed and signed off. Also, people providing information to either enquiry ought to be told that it was to be shared. Someone ought to be able to produce the written agreement or Memorandom Of Understanding between Wiltshire and BDO which specifies the basis on which information is being shared. There is also a breach of natural justice in publishing a report critical of individuals without offering an opportunity for them to contribute or comment on a draft. Remember when Brian Napier was doing his report he sent out "Scott Letters" to the people being criticised so they had a chance to respond before the final draft of the report was to made public.
What is getting interesting as the correspondence unfolds is that nobody seems to be owning up to allowing the sharing of information between the two enquiries. If im getting this right then ILM is denying it was him and Wiltshire have not responded. The position we could take is to take ILM at face value for the time being and then to press Wiltshire on the basis that if its not ILM then it must be Brian Moore. He has to reply and he has to answer because of the seriousness of the issues. Depending on what he says there might be a basis for a Data Protection complaint in the UK or possibly a complaint to the Wiltshire Police Authority that an undertaking of confidentiality has been broken by their Chief Constable .
The BDO Alto report states on page 10
NPIA Review Team remarked that, ' A clear strategy from the outset could have considerably reduced the amount of work required whilst achieving the same results'
It does not say where the above quote comes from. Did they just make it up?
This is very strange.
Tucked away on page 44 of the BDO Report it says there were two representatives of the NPIA at the meeting in Oxfordshire. What these reports don't give you is how things were moving at the time. This was and continues to be a Child Abuse Investigation, it's so easy to be wise after the event. I believe it's important to look at these reports and show how they have been used by our ruling elite, media and idiotic states members to discredit the two officers who broke the wall of silence and worse still to discredit the very Abuse Survivors themselves . I have no doubt that mistakes were made during Operation Rectangle mistakes are always made in major investigations it's one of the reasons the Police call in reviews ( The Met Report ). Should we be surprised at what has happened? We know its all about Jerseys reputation. The Child Abuse investigation laid bare everything that is rotten in the Jersey Government.
Below I reproduce the document
Opperation Rectangle Haut De La Garenne Strategic Search Advice
This was done by Mark Harrison MBE - NPIA
Remember the above quote;
NPIA Review Team remarked that, ' A clear strategy from the outset could have considerably reduced the amount of work required whilst achieving the same
Mark Harrison MBE
National Search Adviser
Homicide, Missing Persons, Mass Fatality Disasters
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" email@example.com
Direct dial: 07979488414
HAUT DE LA GARENNE STRATEGIC SEARCH ADVICE
Terms of Reference
Provide strategic advice to the SIO and CSC in relation to searches for Human remains within the grounds and Building at “Haut de la Garenne” a former children’s home, Jersey.
Advise the SIO and CSC on appropriate search assets.
On 5/2/08 a briefing was held at LGC oxford by SIO Deputy Chief Officer Lenny Harper, States of Jersey Police. In addition to the briefing a document was distributed which had been prepared by Karl Harrison, lead scientist LGC. This document was a desk based study of the “Haut de la Garanne” site.
On 19/2/08 the “Haut de la Garanne” site was visited by a reconnaissance party including States of Jersey Police SIO and CSC, LGC staff representing Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cranfield representing Geophysics, FSC representing specialist search canines and myself.
On 20/2/08 I was briefed by Paul Tucker on recent renovations and previous relevant finds at the “Haut de la Garanne”.
As a result of the on ground reconnaissance I recommend consideration of the following search strategic advice.
Scenario Based Searching
Prior to any searches being undertaken the scenario the search is based upon should be documented and clearly communicated to all search personnel a draft suggestion could be; “to search for the non dismembered skeletal remains of children between the ages of ? that have been buried to the sub metre level using hand tools within the building and grounds of Haut de la Garenne”.
The search process should be conducted in five phases, they are;
Desk based study – this has already been completed by LGC
On the ground reconnaissance and control measures survey.
identify relevant features on the ground that provide optimal areas for burial
Ground characterisation – dig test pits on the site to establish the ground geology and the sub surface hydro domains.
Digability and excavatability survey – establish the viability and ease to dig a burial using hand tools on the site.
Analyse the soil to determine type and the probable effects on decomposition.
Geophysics study to determine the optimum equipment type for the site and the maximum resolution and depth penetration available.
Geomatics – create a plan drawing of the site to record any significant finds or search activity.
Conduct a walk through with a knowledgeable person who can provide information regarding the changes and renovations to the building and grounds.
Search of the site in a prioritised order, all assets should be used moving from the non invasive to the invasive.
Where geophysical surveys identify anomalies these should be compared against any known sub surface utilities prior to invasive excavation.
Where any VRD (Victim Recovery Dog) indications are given consideration should be made to any sub surface scent pathways gravity fed either via pathways through the soil, bedrock or hydro geological action.
Where there are physical excavations on any priority area or identified anomaly they should be supervised by an Archaeologist and Anthropologist.
Grounds of Haut de la Garenne
The grounds are an open area approximately 220m x 130m with hedgerows bounding the perimeter and the four irregular sections within it. The search here utilises field craft, geophysical survey and VRD search followed by controlled excavation where required.
Courtyard within Haut de la Garenne
This courtyard has a smooth tarmac covering. The courtyard has been subject to extensive renovation over the last 40 years. Within the courtyard are two large drainage tanks and a well. It is recommended a GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) survey is conducted to establish the sub surface utilities, the boundaries of the tanks and well and establish the number of unaccounted for anomalies. Depending on the number of anomalies it maybe necessary to bore holes to facilitate the egress of “scent” (volatile organic compounds) emitting any grave or to facilitate more detailed imaging. If the anomaly is considered a possible grave then the GPR can be used to image the area prior to excavation. The well depending on it size and condition may require exploration to determine the presence of any remains. Clearly this method is invasive and reparation work will be required once the search is complete.
Inside the building of Haut de la Grarenne.
Information exists of the previous finding of buried bones co mingled with a pair of children’s shoes and fragments of cloth. The location of these finds within the building is known. It is therefore recommended that a VRD and then a GPR survey is conducted over this known location in order to determine any anomalies or positive indications. These anomalies could then be invasively explored in order to identify their source. The remainder of this large building could be subject to a VRD sweep of all rooms and open areas. This would be a proportionate response as there is no intelligence relating to other areas of the building at this time. Inhibiting factors are the large size of the building and its comprehensive renovation and extension in recent years.
This would be enacted if an evidential find is made and the forensic body recovery strategy is implemented.
This is the exit strategy. On completion of the search a full geomatic survey will have been conducted recording in document and mapping form all search activity undertaken on the site. Where possible geophysical surveys should have data logging and GPS (Global Positioning Satellite) positional recording to enable proof of coverage. Searches involving the VRD should also be recorded using a mobile GPS data logger. All anomalies, indications and test pits should be recorded in a GIS (Geographic Information System) model.
The above link shows exactly what went on with the excavation of Haut de La Garenne and should be read
To Cover-up the Child Abuse and protect High Profile Suspects they had to discredit the Investigation. The sad thing is that to discredit the investigation they needed the "LOCAL MAIN STREAM MEDIA" this they got.
When something that resembles a "COMMITTEE OF NO ENQUIRY" turns up with very flexible and disappearing Terms of Reference the local media should be investigated.
We await now the Reply from Wiltshire and BDO Alto