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Wednesday, 10 August 2011

"Paedo Protecting Policeman Makes Excuses Over The Syvret Treatment"

Syvret arrest: ‘We could have acted differently’


Superintendent André Bonjour

A SENIOR States police officer has admitted that with hindsight, the force could have done things differently when they arrested former Health Minister Stuart Syvret.
Head of operations Superintendent André Bonjour said that officers ‘may have taken a different course of action’.
At a hearing this week in which Mr Syvret’s appeals against convictions for data protection, contempt and motoring offences were rejected, Commissioner Sir Christopher Pitchers said that the Royal Court believed the police should not have raided the former Senator’s house, arrested him and kept him in custody.
Instead, he said, they should have invited Mr Syvret to police headquarters for questioning, and if he failed to co-operate, then arrest him.

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16 comments:

  1. Ian.

    I was chatting with somebody about this earlier. In Lenny Harper's sworn Affidavit he says this.

    "Eventually an enquiry was carried out by South Yorkshire Police into the allegations against the Head of CID"

    My argument is, if Ian Le Marquand can publish the investigation carried out by the Wiltshire Police into Graham Power, then surely there should be no problem publishing the alleged investigation by the South Yorkshire Police into Andre Bonjour?

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  2. Ian.

    Here's hoping Andrew Lewis gets elected. He's got a lot of questions to ANSWER

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  3. I think you should write to Le Marquand on the South Yorkshire Police investigation VFC?

    Another Jersey cover-up no doubt!!!

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  4. Talking of scumbag bent cops, I saw Minty outside headquarters the other day. He is looking very old and stressed.

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  5. Good Hymie

    What goes around, comes around.

    Paying the price for decades of victimization and corruption.

    Hope the scum rots in hell :)

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  6. How sick is this? Bonjour is on the Child Protection Committee.

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  7. Sorry forgive me but didn't the UK condemn the Jersey Police during the Curtis Warren case?, so here it's happened again! This corruption within the Police force in Jersey must be brought to book! and now! no more chances!

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  8. "How sick is this? Bonjour is on the Child Protection Committee."

    That's the good old Jersey Police for ya, keep a paedo protector in the fold, leaks to Government and all that!!!

    Even 'if' Mike Bowron is genuine, what chance with shyte like Bonjour in the force???

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  9. Good evening Ian. Stuart is suing the states of Jersey. Do you have any knowledge of this type of civil action and cost etc? No quarter.

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  10. "NO QUARTER!!!"

    Oh yeah, I remember THAT!!!

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  11. "Stuart is suing the states of Jersey. Do you have any knowledge of this type of civil action and cost etc?"

    COST!!! I know you can't get blood out of a stone!

    Well, not unless your ROWAN ATKINSON

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  12. Cheers Rico, I do have a certain talent when it comes to "Artwork".

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  13. Au Revoir, Bonjour! Ne laissez pas tomber de savon dans la pièce de douche

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  14. 'Head of Operations Superintendent André Bonjour said that officers ‘may have taken a different course of action’.

    MAY have taken a different course of action??!!

    Of course what he should be saying is that they SHOULD have taken a different course of action.

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