Search This Blog

Monday, 28 March 2011

"It's Official - In Criminal Matters - Jersey Can Do As It Pleases?"

WELL WELL, now we really do have something to worry about on this already fabulously corrupted little rock? Bent Cops, Law officers and judges given free rein to abuse the system at will, not that that has changed any, other than now it is official!

Christ they can start doctoring trial tapes again now, before they send them for transcription. And what of that re-writer of statements? Fat Boy David Harrison? He is bound to be called back up for C.I.D work now that anyone with an Official Jersey Badge has the go-ahead to act as corruptly as they please! Throw a few ringers on a jury perhaps, hell, the skies are the limit now....

Curtis Warren: Drugs baron's appeal rejected

Curtis Warren Curtis Warren was jailed for 13 years in 2009

Related Stories

Jailed drugs baron Curtis Warren has lost a legal battle that would have led to his conviction being overturned.
Warren, from Liverpool, and five others were convicted of plotting to smuggle cannabis with a street value of £1m into Jersey.
The 47-year-old argued he should be freed because police in Jersey obtained key evidence by illegally bugging a car driven by his right-hand man.
However, his latest appeal was rejected by five law lords.
In February Warren's QC told the Supreme Court there was an abuse of process and argued a court stay - a suspension of proceedings - should have been granted.
The latest appeal concerns the Court of Appeal of Jersey's refusal to grant a stay.
In its judgement, Jersey's Judicial Committee of the Privy Council said a successful bid would "inevitably lead to the quashing of the convictions".
During Warren's trial, it was disclosed detectives wanted to bug his right-hand man Jonathan Welsh's car as he drove through France, Belgium and Holland to work on the drugs deal.
The other countries refused permission but Jersey officers bugged the car anyway. The illegally-recorded audio, although condemned by the trial judge, was admitted as evidence.
European bid
Despite rejecting the appeal, five Law Lords said there had been a "strong case" for granting the stay because the police were "unquestionably guilty of serious prosecutorial misconduct".
In a statement, they said: "The board stresses its condemnation of the police misconduct in this case. It was a sustained and deliberate act of law-breaking.
Surveillance photo of Warren (right) Warren was placed under surveillance after arriving on the island in 2007
"The outcome of this appeal should not be seen to condone or overlook such behaviour.
"It should not be taken by Jersey police as any kind of signal that they can repeat this kind of conduct with impunity."
Speaking after the judgement, Warren's barrister Tony Barraclough said: "I have discussed it with him and he wants to go to Europe.
"Now that he has been knocked back on this there is the confiscation hearing - they want around £200m from him."
Warren was jailed for 13 years in December 2009. He had recently been released from a 16-year sentence for drug trafficking when he was arrested.
In a joint statement after the judgement was released, States of Jersey Police and HM attorney general of Jersey said they were pleased the men would be staying in prison.
"Warren, the ringleader of the plot, is a prolific, career criminal who made himself extremely wealthy by trading in illegal drugs, targeting some of the most vulnerable in society and bringing misery to countless families," they said.
An independent inquiry into the force's conduct in obtaining evidence is currently ongoing.
"We await the outcome of that inquiry," they added.

More on This Story

Related Stories

3 comments:

  1. "they can start doctoring trial tapes again now, before they send them for transcription. And what of that re-writer of statements? Fat Boy David Harrison?"

    Ian, they already do both of these things in the UK. Ask anyone who has been through the secret family courts - doctoring the trial tapes is common practice.

    As for altering police transcripts, Stafford Police did that to mine, to cover up the fact that they did a forced vaginal examination on me when I was 13. They made a terrible job of the cover up though, the person who they got to do it was highly incompetent!

    Don't worry, the stables are getting cleaned out, wether they like it or not! The freemason brotherhood always relied on secrecy to get away with this sort of crap, its out in the open now.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I have been having a little look at it on PJ. Does this link work

    CURTIS WARREN

    ReplyDelete
  3. Let us hope that Jersey's new Chief of Police Mike Bowron, will not let this happen again....

    ReplyDelete