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Monday, 18 February 2013

"Goodbye & Good Riddance To Paedophile Protecting Cop Andre Bonjour"

Hanging up their hats

Paedo protector Andre Bonjour

Above: Superintendent Andre Bonjour and Inspector Harry Carre, States of Jersey Police speaking about their fond memories of the force.

Two of the States of Jersey's longest serving police officers are hanging up their hats after 61 years of combined service. 

Between them, Superintendent Andre Bonjour and Inspector Harry Carre have done just about every uniform role including stints on motorbikes, in diving suits and even a bit of acting on Bergerac. 

Superintendent Bonjour has been with the police for 32 years and Inspector Carre is retiring after 29 years, but will stay in a civilian role in the training department.

Don't you just love the way that our (child abuse cover up sponsoring) State Media portray matters? Why is it left to the blogger's to get the truth out there? BBC, CTV & JEP are going to wish they had gone with the right side by the time this is all over, no saving you now, it's to late....

An insight Into Andre Bonjour - From Lenny Harper's Affidavit

From paragraph 64:
For some time, Legal Advisor Laurence O’Donnell and I had been concerned at the difficulty in prosecuting paedophiles in cases of historic abuse.  This had been exacerbated by difficulties over the case of Paul Every, who was the commanding officer of the Jersey Sea Cadets and who was also a senior civil servant in the Chief Minister’s office.  He was arrested as part of the national “Operation Ore” where the FBI had netted thousands of suspects who had used their credit cards to pay for Internet sites involving child pornography.  He was one of a number of senior Sea Cadet officers arrested for serious sexual crimes against children.  After his arrest he had not been suspended from Sea Cadet activities and because of my concerns for the safety of the children involved, I disclosed the information about his arrest to the Sea Cadet authorities.  Among the sites he had searched on his computer were a number involving “naked sea cadets” and other child pornography sites.  The Sea Cadet authorities in Jersey were not responsive, telling me that a man “is innocent until proven guilty.”  I eventually had to go to London and threaten to stand at the gates of the Sea Cadet HQ and disclose to individual parents before they took action.”
From paragraph 65:
“The concerns led us in 2006 to start looking at cases which had been brought.  Early on I became worried about one case where a retired senior police officer (Chief Inspector de la Haye) was implicated in passing information to paedophiles about a police investigation but did not appear to have been interviewed.  It appeared that billing had been carried out on his telephones but had revealed nothing further.  I was still uneasy and asked the investigating officer why de la Haye had not even been interviewed.  She told me that she had been instructed not to by the then head of CID, Chief Inspector Bonjour.  This was even more of a concern than it would have normally been as the Head of CID was also an officer in the Jersey Sea Cadets.”
From paragraph 72:
“The report was submitted to CI Bonjour who was also the officer who had prevented de la Haye from being interviewed as mentioned earlier.  However, nothing ever materialised from Mr Bonjour and the officer had heard nothing.  Eventually an enquiry was carried out by South Yorkshire Police into the allegations against the Head of CID but it was still pending when I retired.”
The above extracts were taken from Lenny Harper's latest sworn Affidavit.
The whole of this Affidavit can be read on Stuart Syvret's blog at the red link below.


  1. It's a good job that Affidavits are worthless. Isn't that right ILM? ...

    The Beano is not the Rag

  2. Replies
    1. Jersey renders the most 'sacred' of ALL lawful documents, totally worthless!!!

      "You just couldn't make this shit up".