Monday, 4 February 2013
"Jersey Law States Bowron Must Investigate Himself?"
"Will Mike Bowron Refuse To
Take The Complaint?"
As regular readers will be aware, not so long ago I wrote to the Jersey police requesting information on my unlawful arrest and the illegal ransacking of my home which led to my heart attack last year. I was met by a wall of silence, which some months later was broken by a phone call from Police HQ informing me that my letter was not going to receive a reply!
This part of the story can be read at the link directly below.
Again, having deemed my efforts a waste of time trying to glean information from the police, I wrote a letter of complaint to the Bailiff of Jersey, Sir Michael Birt. As Mike Bowron was the Chief Officer of Police, and responsible for the conduct of his officers, the complaint was directed against him.
The complaint to the Bailiff can be read at the link directly below.
I have now received a response from the Bailiff's Chambers which can only be described as utterly bizarre! However, I am duty bound to follow the instructions of that letter, and have done so.
Below, is the letter that I received from the Bailiff's Chambers, below that is the letter I wrote on the advice I received from the Bailiff's Chambers.
"Letter From The Bailiff's Chambers"
"given that such matters may eventually result in court proceedings"
Well, that would be a first, but fair comment....
"Advised Letter To Chief Officer Bowron"
What Else Could I Write?