Former Acting Chief Of Police David Warcup
OPERATION END GAME 15
This is just a quick posting before the main posting on Sunday
We have seen how this is progressing.
In the last posting we had;
June 2nd 2009 - Acting Chief of Police David Warcup writes to Home Affairs Minister Ian Le Marquand and discloses details of some files held down at Police HQ under the code name 'Operation Blast.' These files contain information relating to States Members and former States Members. David Warcup states that he has brought it to the attention of Ian Le Marquand as it may be relevant to the enquiry currently being conducted by Wiltshire Police. He also informs the Minister for Home Affairs that he has had previous discussions with the Solicitor General about these files.
Now we move on to the next piece. Since Senator Le Marquand took office,he, along with Acting Chief Officer David Warcup, have been looking everywhere to find something to pin on Graham Power and slow down the Wiltshire Disciplinary Investigation. After blowing the doors on Graham Powers secure cabinet and other desperate acts mentioned in the previous posting, they were still struggling.
David Warcup and Senator Le Marquand was in it up to their eyeballs and getting desperate. Why, when Wiltshire had already missed deadlines concerning the original suspension did Senator Le Marquand go with the second? It doesn't take much working out does it. They just couldn't afford this to go to any type of disciplinary hearing.
I will be looking at this in a future posting. There is something in the code of the Chief of Police that had them very worried.
Now to the timeline;
June 11th 2009 - Home Affairs Minister Ian Le Marquand writes to Graham Power regarding Operation Blast and informs him that there is now two more possible areas of complaint against him. He also informs Chief Executive Bill Ogley about the new issues regarding Operation Blast
Home Affairs Department
11 Royal Square
Mr G Power
** **** ****
11th June 2009
Dear Mr Power
I am now enclosing a copy of a letter I have written today to Mr Ogley. You will see from this that there are now two possible areas of complaint which I may have against you. You may wish to contact Mr Ogley or myself in relation to these matters.
You will also see that I have again reviewed your current suspension and decided that it should continue. You will also see that if I decided to proceed with any of these possible new complaints then there will be a further meeting between us at which I can hear either you or your representative with a view to making a decision as to whether or not you should also be suspended by virtue of these new matters.
Ian Le Marquand
I love the way that Senator Le Marquand says that Graham Power can contact the man that acted in the most disgusting way in getting the then Home Affairs Minister Andrew Lewis to illegally suspend him in the first place.
The next posting should be up on Sunday.
Today has been a step forward for the Abuse Survivors getting compensation. This is not as clear cut as it was portrayed in the media today. We, at Team Voice, will be taking a closer look at this over the coming weeks.
So much Abuse went on.
Not all will be getting anywhere near £60,000
How was this Abuse allowed to go on year after year without it being investigated or acted upon?
The answer is the triple suspension of Graham Power. This possible Guinness Book of Records entrant shows the world why it happened.
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