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Tuesday, 9 October 2012

"Chamber Of Horrors 'Gasp' At The Truth"

Gasps after coward comment made



A Jersey politician's been forced to apologise after calling the Chief Minister a "coward" during a States debate.


Deputy Trevor Pitman
Deputy Trevor Pitman made the comment during a question and answer session about super-injunctions.

When Senator Ian Gorst accused him of abusing Parliamentary Privilege by revealing partial details of a private court case, Deputy Pitman called him a coward.

The presiding officer demanded he withdrew the comment and make an apology.

The outburst prompted gasps of disapproval from other States members.

During the exchange, the Chief Minister said he was "unaware" of the existence of any super-injunctions in the island.





15 comments:

  1. "The Chief Minister said he was "unaware" of the existence of any super-injunctions in the island."


    Well, if that is the case then it clearly shows just how far removed Gorst is from the real World.

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  2. ian trevor was bang on gorst is and will allways be a coward,mybe if he got bailhache,s hand out of he,s ass it just might help,but i doubt it.

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  3. It would be fantastic to see Pitman and Syvret working together in the States.

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  4. John Hemming mentions the super injunction in the house of commons. Philip Bailhache goes over and talks to Hemming about it and Gorst knows nothing?

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    1. Indeed anon,

      that was Gorst's excuse to wriggle out of the accusation of cowardice, no doubt helped him to get the apology too!

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    2. Then he is a willfully ignorant coward.

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  5. Hope deputy Pitman talks about the coward in his next bald truth review.

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  6. The CM Gorst admitted that he had not read The Sharp Report.

    Deputy Pitman called CM Gorst "A Coward", but was made to appoligise....

    But he still got away with saying Gorst has no backbone!

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  7. So, Gorst knows nothing about the Super-injunctions, and has admitted that he has not read The Sharp Report....

    Is he turning a blind eye. Just as the Jimmy Savile supporters where?

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  8. During the exchange, the Chief Minister said he was "unaware" of the existence of any super-injunctions in the island. Gorst is a weak ineffective Chief Minister I agree with the comment above, bailhache finger is permanently up his ass bloody useless man

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    1. It ain't just the finger - it's the entire sh!tty hand of the "puppet master"

      Or is it "Muppet Master" ?

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  9. Well if its a lie about the Super Injunction that makes Hemming, Syvret, Tadier and Pitman all liars with Gorst telling the truth.
    Who would you put your money on?

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  10. http://www.bbc.co.uk/5live/

    Lenny on after 10.30pm tonight

    rs

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  11. Hi Ian.

    Questions without Answers, HERE

    TJW.

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  12. Boy, they are keeping you busy TJW, thanks for the service mate :)

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