Thursday, 26 May 2011
"Jersey's Chief Police Officer - Mike Bowron - Receives A Complaint"
Having been fobbed off with three investigations into my complaints over the last five years, and still having received "NO" justice, I have now taken it upon myself to see what our new Chief of Police Mike Bowron will do about corruption within the Jersey Police Force, Judiciary and Government. Below is my letter to Mr Bowron.
Mr Mike Bowron
Chief Police Officer
Rouge Bouillon, St Helier
26th May 2011
Dear Mr Bowron
I write to inform you that I wish to lodge formal complaints against Deputy Chief Officer Barry Taylor, Commissioner Francis Hamon, and Jurat’s Bullen and Morgan. The nature of these complaints are of ‘perverting the course of justice’ and ‘dereliction of duty’ and centre around my unlawful arrest and detention on the 21st of June 2006.
It is also worthy of note that these complaints were levelled against David Warcup, Ian Le Marquand, and William Bailhache. Ian Le Marquand whitewashed my complaints against David Warcup, however, I have still heard nothing of my complaints against Ian Le Marquand or William Bailhache? Bearing in mind that these complaints were registered in September 2009, I find it wholly unacceptable that I have not received any notification of their outcome.
There have been three investigations into my complaints against the four officers involved in the incident of the 21st June 2006, and still no satisfactory, fair, or just conclusion has emerged. These officers committed a Grave & Criminal Assault against me, and went on to commit perjury against me in Ian Le Marquand’s Court. Le Marquand then unlawfully dismissed the evidence I produced in court, namely, an audio recording of the incident (and transcript) with the time and date on it.
This case was appealed in the Royal Court by myself, as I had been refused legal representation at trial, and appeal. I showed at my appeal, that all four officers had perjured themselves during my trial and this fact was (twice) accepted by Commissioner Hamon and Jurat’s Bullen and Morgan. They also stated that they had some sympathy for me, yet knowing of the perjury, still found me guilty?
It has been made quite clear to myself, and many others, that perjury by policemen in Jersey’s Courts is an accepted practice within Jersey’s Law Enforcement and Judiciary, and that covering these crimes up is also a mandatory practice of the Jersey Establishment.
However, I cannot believe Sir, that a man of your standing would tolerate such overt criminality within a jurisdiction that you yourself are charged with policing. In light of this factor, I would kindly request that you look into the allegations that I have set out above. I have also enclosed a DVD containing all the evidence of this case for your perusal.
I look forward to hearing from you at your convenience Sir.