Saturday, January 7, 2012

MATT TAPP FILES - 2



Me in the Blogging Bunker








Operation Rectangle



The Investigation into Child Abuse in Jersey Channel Islands



The ruling elite along with their supporters & State Media would have us believe that the investigation led by DCO Lenny Harper & his Chief of Police Graham Power QPM was nothing short of a shambles.


They would have us believe that the investigation led by ACO David Warcup & D/superintendent Mick Gradwell was a shinning light in Police work.



Does the evidence stack up?



Home Affairs Minister Senator Le Marquand put all his faith in Warcup & Gradwell. The Minister was clearly left a little shocked at the evidence being produced during the Home Affairs Sub Panels review into the whole BDO Alto affair. This led him to issue a Statement on January 5th 2012 where some would say he has done some backwards peddling concerning the rubbish he has been spouting these past years. The Minister now finds himself in a very awkward position. Remember he once said he would resign if the States of Jersey didn't back his proposal of David Warcup becoming the next Chief of Police.


He still maintains that the investigation under Warcup & Gradwell was a success and that they righted all the wrongs of the Power &Harper administration.



Does the evidence stack up?



This is from ILM's Statement;


"During the Review that was recently conducted in relation to the BDO Alto report into financial management of the part of the Historical Child Abuse Enquiry which related to Haut De La Garenne, I was reminded of the exaggerated nature of some of the reporting in this area and agreed, in fairness to Mr Power and Mr Harper, to make a press statement to seek to correct the worst exaggerations.


"These exaggerations included allegations that most of the cost of the Historical Child Abuse Enquiry was wasted and that digging should never have started at Haut De La Garenne. Some of the reported criticism of the Historical Child Abuse Enquiry has wrongly led some people to the conclusion that, in some way, the whole enquiry had been discredited.


"The definitive reports in this area are the two reports of the Wiltshire Police. Those reports conclude amongst other things:


1) That the Historical Child Abuse Enquiry was appropriately managed in its early stages.

2) That issues of serious concern did arise in relation to the financial management and other aspects of the investigation in relation to Haut De La Garenne.

3) That the decision to start digging at Haut De La Garenne was not so clearly wrong as to give rise to a disciplinary issue.



This is very serious.



What was Graham Power suspended for exactly? I don't want to go into the whole financial side of things as this is covered in the excellent Scrutiny Review.



What I will now be looking at are the convictions



This is where the Spin must be washed away and the evidence allowed to breathe.



A shambles under Power & Harper - really?



Look at the times of arrest of the then suspects below..



Claude Donnelly - Arrested in April 2008



Gordon Wateridge - Arrested in May 2008



Michael Aubin - Arrested in May 2008



The File on the Jordans was completed and handed over long before Lenny Harper left at the end of July 2008.



What jumps out at you when looking at the above dates?



Think about it



I will now be focusing on the trial of Donnelly, Wateridge & Michael Aubin. This is where we see the emergence of outside Media Consultant Matt Tapp



This is where we will also witness the toxic work of the Jersey Evening Post



We will also take a look at Napier. Does anyone still remember the ACPO reports and how ILM tried to discredit their lead advisor



Again look at those dates.


I believe if you were to ask Jersey Folk who rely on the Jersey MSM for there news about the Historical Child Abuse Investigation they would say it was a waste of money, Lenny Harper made a complete hash of it and all that was ever found was a coconut. This is the picture that has been spun by our MSM. This has been carefully orchastrated. This hasn't been done by accident. The review by the Scrutiny Sub Panel exposes many of the myths spun by our State Controlled Media.


Did any of our State Controlled Media try and contact former SIO Mick Gradwell and ask him why he was leaking information to Journalist David Rose during a live investigation? I f any of our MSM was impartial or had some empathy to the victims of Abuse they surely would have gone in search of answers well I haven't read or seen anything along those lines. If something needs to be done in trashing the investigation then it's full steam ahead but Gradwell being caught like a rabbit in the headlights we get nothing.




More to follow



Rico Sorda



Team Voice



Ok I will tell you.



They were all arrested when Lenny Harper was Senior Investigating Officer of Operation Rectangle.


The only people arrested or had their files handed over that had a connection to the Jersey Care Homes was done when Lenny Harper was Senior Investigating Officer of Operation Rectangle.




Scottish Matron Named As Suspect In Jersey Abuse Scandal

- Mar 3 2008 Victoria Ward In Jersey - Daily Record

A SCOT who was matron of the Jersey abuse scandal children's home has been named as a suspect.

Morag Jordan, who now lives in Kirriemuir, Angus, is one of 40 people police on the island are investigating over allegations of physical and sexual abuse of up to 200 children. She and her husband Tony spoke to the Record last week to deny any involvement in abuse. They also claimed that the Haut de la Garenne home was not as bad as it had been portrayed.

But one man, now 38, who lived at the home from the ages of two to 12, claims he vividly remembered being abused by Morag Jordan.

He said: "I personally received a black eye as she pulled my school tie over my head. I also remember seeing her beating other kids and she forced us to take cold baths upon rising."

The 40 suspects include former care staff, health workers and ex-police officers.All were being closely monitored and Jersey's ports and airports are being watched to ensure those who still live on the Channel Island cannot flee.There have been claims of a sustained cover-up by former employees.

The move follows the discovery of bricked-up cellar rooms at the home where, ex-residents say, they were stripped and abused.

The intricate work by the police in the "torture chamber" includes searching between every floorboard for hairs of potential victims or suspects.

Among those being quizzed is a female former member of staff who was accused of trying to intimidate a victim.

Part of a child's skull found in rubble in the cellar is being examined in England using carbon dating technology.

The Jordans left two years before the home closed and came to Scotland, where they do voluntary work with kids.

When quizzed about his time at the home, Tony Jordan said last week: "I saw nothing when I worked there. I did nothing wrong. "The kids had a swimming pool and a pool room and we also had a disco regularly. We used to put discos on every two weeks."

Jersey Police spokesman John Wood warned that the investigation could last at least another year as they attempted to contact every former resident of the home, known locally as Colditz. He admitted that it was an "almost impossible task" to trace all those who went missing.

34 comments:

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

Matt Tapp was sent off, with a flea in his ear, by Graham Power, but Warcup was having none of it. As soon as Graham Power was gotten rid of up pops Matt Tapp again, somebody was keen to have him onboard.

What you have set out in this Blog posting is that Gradwell and Warcup brought nothing to the table, it (the work) had all been done by Lenny Harper, Graham Power and their team.

rico sorda said...

Rico.

Matt Tapp was sent off, with a flea in his ear, by Graham Power, but Warcup was having none of it. As soon as Graham Power was gotten rid of up pops Matt Tapp again, somebody was keen to have him onboard.


VFC

All will be explained about Matt Tapp in the upcoming posts. This could get a little complicated so I will be drip feeding it. It's very important to acknowledge the hard work of Lenny Harper and his dedicated team who were working under heavy duress with such an emotive subject as Child Abuse.

Just where is this shambles? Or, is it just something that was highly spun by our Media.

All is being revealed

The Committee of Enquiry is causing some very big problems

rs

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

If memory serves correct Warcup and Tapp had worked together previously hadn't they? You wouldn't know if that was on the infamous "Operation Rose" that Warcup was involved in?

Disgusted said...

Channel TV are currently using some old news footage to congratulate themselves for surviving for 50 years as a local TV station (with all that competition too! i.e. none).

One of the clips is of a victim of a drink-driver accident, a close-up of medics treating a woman lying on the tarmac in severe pain. We hear her pleading "Please help me, I don't want to die". It's disgusting that her suffering is being used to promote the TV station. Just when you think Cover-up TV can't get any worse, it does (and if I may digress it now looks like whenever they need generic footage of elections they have taken to showing clips of their friend and ex-presenter Kristina Moore - how fair to other politicians).

I know that the unfortunate lady involved is still battling those injuries years later, with no sign of getting better. I shudder to think how she feels about re-living that trauma when watching this sick promotional ad.

Karen Rankine finishes off the piece with obnoxious guff about the quality of Channel TV, and it makes me want to throw something at my telly! Disgusting.

Anonymous said...

TJW

Anonymous said...

Rico, Stu Art said on his blog,

I began to uncover in late 2006, early 2007, was the number of teachers in Jersey schools that were identified for making inappropriate advances to children - or overt grooming - or touching children - or behaving in perverse and unacceptable ways (example, being caught masturbating in an empty class-room) - or having viewed child pornography on the Internet - and in most cases these staff simply being moved to other schools, or just being allowed to quietly resign. I was discovering such cases - and learning that the Education Department were failing to automatically report each such occurrence to the police

SO WHY DIDN'T HE DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT BACK THEN OR IS IT AS HE SAYS; HE ALSO FAILED "to automatically report each such occurrence to the police"??

Ex-Senator Stuart Syvret said...

Rico

I see you're having a nasty outbreak of the trolls too?

One of the child abuser protecting individuals quotes from one of m blog comments, when I say this:

"I began to uncover in late 2006, early 2007, was the number of teachers in Jersey schools that were identified for making inappropriate advances to children - or overt grooming - or touching children - or behaving in perverse and unacceptable ways (example, being caught masturbating in an empty class-room) - or having viewed child pornography on the Internet - and in most cases these staff simply being moved to other schools, or just being allowed to quietly resign. I was discovering such cases - and learning that the Education Department were failing to automatically report each such occurrence to the police."

The child abuse cover-up supporter then says this:

"SO WHY DIDN'T HE DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT BACK THEN OR IS IT AS HE SAYS; HE ALSO FAILED "to automatically report each such occurrence to the police"??"

The maggot fails to quote the rest of my comment - in which I explain just what efforts I was making to tackle the problem - and how I was being proactively obstructed by certain senior Jersey civil servants.

And as any thinking person familiar with the whole saga will readily know - I did indeed try to do "something about it", and, indeed, all of the many other child protection failures too.

The result - as history recalls - was an unholy alliance of the Jersey oligarchy and senior civil servants engineering my dismissal as Social Services Minister, for "undermining staff moral".

Well, I guess if you've been abusing children for years - or been turning a blind-eye to such abuse - and failing to protect vulnerable children - then having your crimes and malfeasances exposed probably is pretty demoralising.

And I did actually speak to a police officer about the conduct of the education department - and the failures to deal with staff behaving inappropriately.

If memory serves, the police officer I spoke to was one Andre Bonjour.

Stuart

rico sorda said...

Hi Stuart,

Yeah the troll has no blog at the moment so he has been visiting myself and VFC and leaving his stupid comments.

Zero Tolerance - is resumed

Unless is it well thought out and the normal rubbish.

What I'm laying out in this posting is that all the individuals that were arrested and had connections with the Jersey Care Homes were done when Lenny Harper was SIO of Operation Rectangle.

Lenny Harper and his hardworking team have never received the credit for going where no SOJP had been before.

What exactly did Warcup & Gradwell bring to Operation Rectangle?

All we have had from Gradwell is Trashing of the investigation. He couldn't even give evidence.

What did they bring

The Jep will be featuring heavily in this Cover-Up

rs

rico sorda said...

Mr Warcup said that even before he took up his post he realised, through reports and comments in the media, that there were concerns about the historical child abuse inquiry. Within a few weeks of arriving in the island he became aware, by speaking to people inside and outside the force, of public concern about the way in which the inquiry was being run.

One of the major problems in intervening was that any criticism of the supervision of the inquiry including the handling of the media by former deputy police chief Lenny Harper, was implied criticism of Mr Power, who was his boss. Mr Warcup believed that some lurid reports in the national media of possible child murders at Haut de La Garenne could seriously jeopardise the prosecutions for child abuse going to trial A review of the evidence available from the inquiry including items uncovered during the excavation at the former children’s home, led him and the new senior investigating officer, Det Supt Mick Gradwell, to believe that no such crimes had taken place ‘The more information I gathered and examined, the more I realised that there were issues which needed addressing,’ he said.


Again, who was he speaking to.

GeeGee said...

Ah 'Monsieur Le Bonjour' rears his ugly head again!

I know you have a lot on your plate at the moment Rico, but will you be following up on the South Yorkshire report at some stage?

Ian Evans said...

LOL

rico sorda said...

Claude Donnelly - Arrested in April 2008


Gordon Wateridge - Arrested in May 2008


Michael Aubin - Arrested in May 2008


The File on the Jordans was completed and handed over long before Lenny Harper left at the end of July 2008.

And the justification for going into HdelaG

What did they suspend Graham Power for again?

rs

Anonymous said...

"Mr Warcup said that even before he took up his post he realised, through reports and comments in the media, that there were concerns about the historical child abuse inquiry."

Concerns such as the piece Eileen Fairweather wrote for the Mail on Sunday on 2 March 2008? http://www.mailonsunday.co.uk/news/article-523706/I-known-Jersey-paedophiles-15-years-says-award-winning-journalist.html

An extract from the article "Michael Hames, the former head of Scotland Yard's Obscene Publications Squad, once told me that he never doubted paedophiles were killing children in care.

But the climate of disbelief was fierce, and he asked sadly: "What police chief will dare risk his career by hiring JCBs [to search for the bodies]?"

Indeed.

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

Jersey Bloggers THE FOURTH ESTATE

Ian Evans said...

Survivors are NOT GIVING UP

rico sorda said...

So, ages after I discovered Mick Gradwell was up to no good the JEP finally run with the Story.

What they have failed to highlight is the seriousness of what Gradwell has done and who he was leaking to.

This will be a big one at a Committee of Enquiry

What was the Senior Investigating Officer of Operation Rectangle doing leaking information to David Rose of the Daily Mail who was trashing the investigation and was in place long before Gradwell arrived. There are some serious questions to ask of this man and what better place than a Committee of Enquiry.

Poo & Fan

rs

Ex-Senator Stuart Syvret said...

Rico

It's worse than that.

Far worse.

Although Ian Le Marquand is almost certainly not intelligent enough to realise just what he has done, in now stating the truth in respect of Gradwell.

I've said this before - but let me explain in simple terms what this means.

It means - given the fact that Mick Gradwell was THE police officer leading the historic abuse investigation at the time - that that investigation - from the instant he became involved in it - was ultra vires.

It means the whole historic abuse investigation - from the instant Gradwell became involved - is now invalid, illegitimate - and a corrupted exercise.

Any abuse survivors whose attackers were not brought to justice under Gradwell - are now absolutely entitled to go back to the police, and say they want the police to now do their jobs properly, and finish investigating their complaints - and charging their attackers.

Mick Gradwell was criminally leaking confidential, internal police information - to an internationally noted child-abuse denier 'journalist' - in a way manipulated and calculated to proactively damage and harm the historic abuse investigation - while he, Gradwell, was leading the historic abuse investigation.

All those child abusers - and concealers of child abuse - who thought they had got away with it, once Warcup and Gradwell were on the scene - had better look to go on the run - quickly.

Because justice is coming down upon you.

And this time, certain police officers and law officers will be joining you in jail.

That train's coming down the track.

No stopping it.

Stuart

rico sorda said...

The tied is turning Stuart.

Not quite sure what is going on with the local media but first we have the ILM Statement followed by BBC Jersey giving Lenny Harper a fair go and now the JEP.

I believe this has a lot to do with the Committee of Enquiry.

I don't think they could control it

They are extremely worried about it

Mick Gradwell is a huge problem- would he refuse to give evidence?

rs

rico sorda said...

Just a quick reminder to Sir Philip

From: rico sorda
Subject: RE: Committee of Enquiry
To: "Sir Philip Bailhache (Senator)"
Cc: "Ian Gorst" , A.Breckon@gov.je, i.lemarquand@gov.je, "ben queree" , "Deirdry" , dsimon@jerseyeveningpost.com, "jep" , "Francis" , g.southern@gov.je, "roy herissier" , k.lewis@gov.je, l.norman@gov.je, m.tadier@gov.je, mr.higgins@gov.je, news@channeltv.co.uk, p.ozouf@gov.je, "p.rondel" , "Paul Routier" , "Sean Power" , r.duhamel@gov.je, s.ferguson@gov.je, s.crowcroft@gov.je, s.pitman@gov.je, t.pitman@gov.je, t.vallois@gov.je
Date: Tuesday, 10 January, 2012, 14:03



Dear Senator Bailhache,

As we move into the New Year and towards a Committeee of Enquiry with what must be a robust set of TOR'S into the decades long Abuse in the Jersey Care Homes - im still waiting for an answer on your Conflict of interterest concerning the TOR's or any part of the CoE.

This is a very serious issue.


I have copied others into this exchange so they can see what is being asked.


The Abused continue to suffer and this must stop


If we need money for this Enquiry then I suggest we pull it out of the Criminal Confiscation Fund - What better use could there be for this Treasure Chest.



Kind Regards

Ian Evans said...

Very good point Rico.

Anonymous said...

The end is indeed coming lol Is THIS THE RAGS LAST GO AT KIDDING ITSELF..

Policeman who blew the whistle
Tuesday 10th January 2012, 3:00PM GMT.

HOME Affairs Minister Ian Le Marquand has criticised Mick Gradwell, the detective who swept up the mess left in the wake of the historical child abuse inquiry, for leaking information to the press. Senator Le Marquand was right to do so, but it is only fair to ask why the detective felt compelled to spill the beans to the national media, notably the Daily Mail.

Mr Gradwell was brought in after the retirement of the deputy chief officer of the States police, Lenny Harper, to try to make sense of an inquiry which had dragged Jersey’s good name through the mud but had resulted in few prosecutions and no evidence whatsoever of the high-level conspiracies and cover-ups that some still continue to insist must have been at the heart of the matter. What his inquiries revealed clearly conflicted with the standards that he believed should characterise a properly conducted investigation into alleged crimes of the most serious nature.

Wrongly, he reached the conclusion that the botched business should receive the oxygen of publicity at the earliest possible moment. That he should have waited until the official report into the whole matter could be published is beyond question.

However, if Mr Gradwell’s timing was at fault as far as the dissemination of information was concerned, the findings of his inquiry remain as sound as they ever were. Criticism of his unprofessional handling of the information he gathered does not undermine the conclusions he was forced to draw from what he discovered relating to the chaotic search at Haut de la Garenne and to the resources that had been poured into the case. He quite correctly identified the frantic pursuit of forensic evidence that was never there and the profligate expenditure of public funds that ensued in that fruitless effort.

We might call Mr Gradwell a whistle-blower, though, it must be said, one who could have envisaged the legitimate means of publishing information which the public deserved to hear without resorting to whistle-blowing. If he deserves that label, it is ironic that those who are keenest to attack his approach and his findings are very eager to uphold the general principle of whistle-blowing – provided that it suits their agenda and their entrenched interpretation of the whole Haut de la Garenne debacle.

Anonymous said...

There is something seriously not right about the editorial in the Jep tonight. How can someone wright something so far off the mark. You can smell the Fear coming from it.

There is a train coming down the tracks and this shows it's heading in the right direction.

Smell the Fear

Anonymous said...

"We might call Mr Gradwell a whistle-blower"

Wrong, you call him a Senior Investigating Officer.

He leaked information belonging to Mr Kellett

The work was conducted for the BDO Review and what did the JEP do with that I ask

The person who wrote that Editorial is so far wrong it's crazy.

Anonymous said...

"We might call Mr Gradwell a whistle-blower"

Wrong, you call him a Senior Investigating Officer.

He leaked information belonging to Mr Kellett

The work was conducted for the BDO Review and what did the JEP do with that I ask

The person who wrote that Editorial is so far wrong it's crazy.

rico sorda said...

My Reply From Sir Philip

From: Sir Philip Bailhache (Senator)


Subject: RE: Committee of Enquiry

To: "rico sorda"
Cc: "Ian Gorst" , "Alan Breckon" , "Ian Le Marquand" , "ben queree" , "Deidre Mezbourian" , "dsimon@jerseyeveningpost.com" , "JEP Editorial" , "Francis Le Gresley" , "Geoffrey Southern" , "Roy Le Herissier" , "Kevin Lewis" , "Len Norman" , "Montfort Tadier" , "Mike R. Higgins" , "news@channeltv.co.uk" , "Philip Ozouf" , "Philip Rondel" , "Paul Routier" , "Sean Power" , "Robert Duhamel" , "Sarah Ferguson" , "Simon Crowcroft" , "Shona Pitman" , "Trevor Pitman" , "Tracey Vallois"

Date: Tuesday, 10 January, 2012, 14:50

Dear Mr Sorda,

Thank you for this email. For the avoidance of doubt, I have nothing to add to what I said on 8th December, namely that I shall continue to give careful consideration to the points that you make.

Kind regards,

Philip Bailhache

Senator Sir Philip Bailhache | Assistant Chief Minister

rico sorda said...

I have had a quick look at the editorial then checked the calendar as I thought it was April 1st

In all my days spent that editorial is the funniest thing i've read for a very long time.

Gradwell a whistle blower - as the kids would say "OMG"

The game is nearly up

rs

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

You have to laugh, yesterday when they printed the cowardly, scrupulous, un-proffesional, and possibly criminal behaviour of Gradwell they wrote "Mr. Gradwell was not available for comment." He clearly didn't need to be available, his back was covered in the laughable editorial today.

I believe it was Lenny Harper that called the JEP a "comic." Mr. Harper, you are doing all comics a disservice.

GeeGee said...

This editorial is really 'the pits'. Talk about scraping the barrel.

Could this be the result of them being caught bang to rights in the JCLA statement which they would not publish in its full and honest format?

Lest you also forget oh 'Filthy One' he also leaked this information to a known abuse denier.

Smell the fear? - to right, it is already emanating from the JEP down to the Royal Square or vice versa.

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

A recent reminder of the discredited and disgraced JEP's REPORTING

voiceforchildren said...

Rico.

An extract from the link I just sent.

"169. BDO Alto further maintained that Mr. Harper was not the subject of their review and it was not the intention of the report to be directly critical of him or of any other individual. BDO Alto said that they had acknowledged the hard work of Police officers and third party contractors during the course of the Operation Rectangle enquiry and confirmed that ‘The report is not intended to be in any way critical of their individual efforts…."

So what are the Headlines the JEP run with?

• Celebrity lifestyle of Lenny Harper and his officers


• Meals in top-class restaurants and first class travel at expense of tax payers


• £42,000 – the overtime paid to a single officer in the first 15 months of the historical abuse enquiry


• No dog’s life for handler with luxury hotel lifestyle


• Hot on the trail of top London restaurants


• Lenny Harper and his team enjoyed £90-a-head meals and travelled first class at taxpayers’ expense, an accountants’ report revealed


• Off to Scotland Yard again 


• First class on the Gatwick Express (END)

Pure class!

Anonymous said...

JEP own Comment At the heart of Island life since 1890 piece. Page 10 Tue 10th Jan 2012

Policeman who blew the Whistle

Home Affairs Minister Ian Le Marquand has criticised Mick Gradwell, the detective who swept up the mess left in the wake of the historical child abuse inquiry, for leaking information to the press. Senator Le Marquand was right to do so, but it is only fair to ask why the detective felt compelled to spill the beans to the national media, notably the Daily Mail.

Mr. Gradwell was brought in after the retirement of the deputy chief officer of the States Police, Lenny Harper, to try to make sense of an inquiry which had dragged Jersey's good name through the mud but had resulted in few prosecutions and no evidence whatsoever of the high-level conspiracies and cover-ups that some still continue to insist must have been at the heart of the matter. What his inquiries revealed clearly conflicted with the standards that he believed should characterise a properly conducted investigation into alleged crimes of the most serious nature.

Wrongly he reached the conclusion that the botched business should receive the oxygen of publicity at the earliest possible moment. That he should of waited until the official report into the whole matter could be published is beyond question.

However, if Mr Gradwell's timing was at fault as far as the dissemination of information was concerned, the findings of his inquiry remain as sound as they ever were. Criticism of his unprofessional handling of the information he gathered does not undermine the conclusions he was forced to draw from what he discovered relating to the chaotic search at Haut de la Garenne and to the resources that had been poured into the case. He had quite correctly identified the frantic pursuit of forensic evidence that was never there and the profligate expenditure of public funds that ensued in that fruitless effort.

We might call Mr. Gradwell a whistleblower, though, it must be said, one could have envisaged the legitimate means of publishing information which the public deserved to hear without resorting to whistle-blowing. If he deserves that label, it is ironic that those who are keenest to attack his approach and his findings are very eager to uphold the general principle of whistleblowing - provided that it suit their agenda and their entrenched interpretation of the whole Haut de la Garenne debacle.
End.

What information exactly did Mr. Gradwell whistleblow? No dead bodies? Where did Mr. Harper ever claim this? Brought in to make sense of an inquiry which had dragged Jersey's good name through the mud? Says it all.
Resulted in few prosecutions? who closed the case why so few prosectuions? Speak to the law officers. Botched business? claim JEP Gradwell or Le Maruand?

Where can I read Mr Gradwells findings the JEP article hangs its hat on?

Anonymous said...

Q.What's the difference between a senior investigating office who whistleblows on his own case at the detriment of harming the case.

A. Credabilty.

Ian Evans said...

The "Filthy Rag" are LYING again!

Anonymous said...

How sad the comment section tonight. When first read I was utterly gobsmacked that they are allowed to print such garbage,do they have any credible "reporters " at all ? This could only happen in Jersey and if I was able to comment on that piece, believe me I would with a lot more vitriole.