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Tuesday, 28 February 2012

"Meet The £550K Shredder & Child Abuse Sponsoring JEP"

Bill Ogley
 Protector of Child Abusers

If you want Lundy, you will have to go through me ;)

Bill Ogley prepares to leave office

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left click twice, if you are nearly blind :)








17 comments:

  1. Ian.

    Isn't it rich that the JEP are pressuring others to disclose information after everything they themselves haven't reported?

    If they are so concerned about having the public informed then they could put in a freedom of information request to see the 62,000 word statement made to Wiltshire by Graham Power QPM.

    They could even just ask Jon Gripton FOR A COPY

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  2. Who was it that said we had to pay high wagers
    (Pay Offs) to get the best,was it Walker

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  3. A lovely pretense to investigative journalism by the JEP, isn't it!

    If the Chief Minister simply read the blogs, he would not have been so surprised by what he discovered.

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  4. A very sad part of this debacle is the utter naivety of the JEP readers, their ignorance is quite astonishing when the facts are so readily available. Just take a look at their COMMENTS SECTION that is surprisingly allowed on this story, and undoubtedly very heavily censored....

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  5. ONLY ONE COMMENT IN THE "KNOW"!!! Scary....


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    Siobhan Gallichan
    February 28, 2012 at 7:09 pm

    The question is, WHY was he paid this much? There’s a lot more here then meets the eye. Look around the net and piece it together yourselves.

    Prepare to be angry…

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  6. Sad but true. The only way to know about matters of grave public interest for the small island of Jersey is to have access to and make use of the internet.

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  7. I THINK THIS ONE IS MY FAVORITE!!!

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    Parktown Prawn
    February 28, 2012 at 8:13 pm

    What this IDIOTS fail to realise time and time again is……..this IS NOT THEIR MONEY TO GIVE AWAY!!!

    We need to start making these custodians of OUR MONEY accountable for how it is spent……large and generous handouts like this should all be voted upon and agreed by qualified, independent representatives for the taxpayer….


    THIS CLOWN GIVES HIS/HER PROMISSORY NOTES AWAY FREELY, THEN WHINES LIKE A BITCH THAT HE/SHE IS GETTING TURNED OVER!!! AND THEN STATES "What this IDIOTS fail to realise time and time again is……..this IS NOT THEIR MONEY TO GIVE AWAY!!!"

    INCREDIBLE JERSEY....!!!

    STOP PAYING TAXES, STOP PAYING SOCIAL SECURITY, GO TO PRISON FOR YOUR FINES, GET SOME BALLS AND GET A LIFE....COWARDS DESERVE THIS ASSAULT ON THEIR WAGES :)

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  8. How do we really know that was all he was paid? Given what Ogley knew, and how easily that could have exposed the entire criminal enterprise that is Jersey government, he could have been provided with covert assurances, guarantees and financial coverage against future exposure. Those are expensive. I have no personal knowledge of this, but the risk of Ogley exposing the whole hidden scandal makes the half million seem like peanuts. Why would they spend millions more on the cover-up and leave Ogley as a weakest link for a mere half million? That would not get him sufficient distance from his masters if he had to pay legal fees some day...

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  9. MY GOD!!! A FELLOW SCHEMER :)

    YIPPEE....I am not alone....

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  10. Damn Straight anon, this is just the tip of the Ogley bucket of sh*t pile.

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  11. The people who are upset about the amount Ogley was paid are missing the far bigger point, aren't they?
    The cost of all payoffs and cover-up related expenses would obviously be many times Ogley's reported golden handshake.

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    1. Are they?

      Do they even have that much about them to understand what is really going on under their noses?

      For the layman, Gorst is pulling a blinder at the minute also!!!

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  12. I have just been told of a young school leaver who is being paid £1 a hour to work in a shop is theis legal.

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    1. "Is this legal?"

      Err, YES, Hell, everything is legal in Jersey!!! "This Is Jersey"

      BUT "SERIOSL", as Jon would say, if this is true, and you have proof, give me a ring and I will publish after meeting up with you....

      Hope you come up with the evidence, and the names, and don't bottle it :)

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    2. Employers use various methods to get round the minimum wage. My brother, a taxi driver, works around 70 hours a week and gets paid £350 for it, this is an average hourly rate of £5. Other drivers, who do less hours will average somewhere between £3.50 and £4 per hour hour minimum wage. The unscrupulous taxi business gets away with it by giving the driver a small percentage of his weekly overall takings, and therefore negates the minimum wage rule. Other employers use similar tactics. Minimum wage is bullshit and thousands of people exist earning far less.

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  13. Strange coincidence that the pension figure is damn close to the figure quoted for the second part of the wiltshire report? As wiltshire is presented in redacted form to the public do we know for sure the report claimed to be from wiltshire on operation blast is actually from them?

    Is this article not as a result of freedom of information but rather an agreement from Mr. Ogley to allow the figure be published?

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  14. We are all aware that States departments have been overfunded, staff overpaid, and basically unaccountable for some time.

    Let us turn the spotlight to focus on the states employment board. You will probably not be surprised to know that Terry Le Suer and Phillip Ozouf sat on that board and no doubt signed off contracts on behalf of the taxpayer. It was in fact Terry Le Suer's favourite saying ( not Frank Walker) that you have to pay good money to get good people.

    It is my understanding ( but I may be wrong ) that both Le Suer and Ozouf where incumbent when Mr Ogley wrote his own contract. It is also ridiculous to suggest that Phillip Ozouf as States Treasurer did not authorise the golden handshakes, as both Ogley and Pollard could not have authorised them as this would have been theft from the states.

    Anonymous.

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