|FORMER CHIEF MINISTER FRANK WALKER & CHIEF EXECUTIVE BILL OGLEY|
|HOME AFFAIRS MINISTER SENATOR LE MARQUAND|
|PART TIME INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALIST|
I'm in talks with BBC Radio Jersey
I should be on the Radio all going well between 7 and 8 this Friday Morning
I will be talking about my work but most importantly I will be joined by the Home Affairs Minister, Senator Ian Le Marquand between 7.30 and 8. I have my views on BBC Jersey and their role in the Child Abuse Cover-up but I need to look at the bigger picture and show them that bloggers aren't just people who just hide behind their computer screens but people who are prepared to stand up for what they believe.
Im prepared to stand up and fight the fight
I will rely on the evidence
Will keep you posted
"CULTURE OF CONCEALMENT"
Wednesday 12 November 2008
- Should any further evidence come to light, this will be assessed, and whatever action is necessary will be taken.
- An anthropologist made an initial identification as this item being a piece of child’s skull.
- At 10:45 am the SIO made a decision to release information to the press about the find.
- At 2pm the same day a press conference disclosed this item as the finding of the potential remains of a child.
- This item was lying within earth that is now identified as being Victorian era.
- On the 31st March 2008 Dr Higham from the Oxford Radiocarbon Accelerator Unit stated he believed the item was not bone.
- The original anthropologist reviewed her initial identification and on 14th April 2008 had stated she no longer identified it as part of a skull.
- Dr Higham and Dr Jacobi (of the British Museum faunal specialist) concluded that the sample was not in fact bone, but was almost certainly wood. They went further stating it was more like a part of a seed casing like a small piece of coconut.
- The conclusions are therefore that the sample is a) Not bone and b) Not human.
- The States of Jersey Police satisfied that having liaised with the anthropologist and Dr Higham and other experts, that this item is not human and was found in a Victorian context.
There is wear on some of the teeth; these teeth generally have the appearance of being shed naturally.
- Of all that material, there are 3 fragments which are ‘possibly’ human; the biggest piece is 25 mm long.
- 2 fragments date 1470 to 1650 and the other 1650 to 1950
- These have not definitely been identified as human bone. Taking in all this information, this is an unexplained find if it is human, but not necessarily suspicious.
- No people are reported missing
- There are no allegations of murder
- There are no suspects for murder
- There is no specific time period for murder.
- We are satisfied that there is no indication or evidence that there have been murders at HDLG.
The fact is that lawyers do work with investigators on serious and complex enquiries, I can absolutely reassure the public that the relationship between the police and lawyers is a positive one and I have seen absolutely no evidence whatsoever which would support any assertion that they should not have been directly involved in the enquiry. Indeed I would suggest that excluding lawyers has resulted in delays to the investigative process.”