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Saturday, 6 July 2013

"Matthew Jowitt On Resignation"

"Those Cosy Law Officers"







29 comments:

  1. Im a bit lost on this one Ian. This is a bit random. What is the story behind it? I know it's the Warren case but whats the crack my love?

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  2. Come come investigative reporter Sorda

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  3. Correct me if I'm wrong but is it Jowitt can't remember saying something but if he lost the case because of not remembering if he said something he would resign but he didn't lose the case so didn't resign? ?

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    1. wake up Rico ,

      I dont think you realise the importance of these emails.

      Here we have flat out evidence of where there is a particular sentence which shows the judge was instrumental in breaching the law, and then passing the buck to the law officer.

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  4. Could a file note have been added at a later date, claiming Bailhache asked Rebecca Boxall why the Dutch were saying no?


    Isn't it irrelevant that authority could not be given as speed left them with no time given they were not asked.

    Last para of first letter.

    I am not trying to seduce you into saying something... No course not here is something to help in resisting any defence argument.

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  5. So Willy authorised the bugging in Holland without Dutch permission knowing the Dutch had not even been asked for said permission. He knew that due to the recent change in the law that the crown advocate was immune from prosecution. So I guess that Willy told Mat to tell the Police to bug the car. Does that sound right Ian?

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    1. I am just reviewing other papers that I found stuck on my windscreen!

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  6. I think letters one two and three are all part of the pretence in the overall scenario

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  7. Both William and Mathew Jow twit! should both resign! now!

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  8. If I were Philip Bailhache, I would get back to Jersey and fast, his empire is falling down! Matthew do us all a favour and stand down, resign and William you can do the same, where is Sir Birt in all of this? he is after all in charge of William Bailhache! He has some questions to answer!

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  9. Lets also not forget the Privy Council blamed the Police in the Curtis Warren case and Matthew Jowitt, but not enough for Jowitt to resign! Of course the Privy can't touch the Crown Officers as we know this law was passed through by guess, wait for it Willy's older brother Philip! So Jowitt, Philip and William resign, now while you have a hair of integrity left! I'll organise your tickets, one way!

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  10. Law must be maintained and upheld. If it needs to be changed we can advise on that.

    The way the evidence was gathered was illegal.

    Do you have the document mentioned, from MJ to WB where it states we all make mistakes and not to worry.

    That would make interesting reading.

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  11. I am not sure where you are going with this either because I thought it had already been in the news?

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  12. The Bailhache letter is very badly written, "....the raison d'ĂȘtre for his existence"

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  13. Ian,

    What, pray tell, is the "Dutch product?" Maybe I'm losing something in the translation from across the pond. Is that in reference to the confiscation of anything? Or is it just "product" as in produced documents or permission?

    Elle

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    1. Perhaps we too, over here, are lost in translation, Legalese was designed to hoodwink everyone not party to the legal system they designed for themselves. All we need to remember is that Legalese is 'their' language, and only applicable to them :)

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    2. It is clear to me that "Dutch product" means the evidence that was obtained by bugging within the Netherlands.

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    3. Pretty much, but we don't know for sure as this is their private society's legal speak....

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  14. we all need to keep the pressure on this Matthew JOWITT and not let it subside , he is the reason on how a lot of law offices corruption is in place.

    William Baillhache is a criminal and needs to be taken out of the Judiciary.

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  15. It's funny but when I was in court to see a colleague being sentenced I always felt Jowitt was too cosy with Philip Bailhache, It was not the sort of scene I had expected to see in any court-room. It made me always wonder what the power was between them, the proof is in the detail and so far it has proven right! I also questioned the way the Jurat's worked and the whole legal system felt like them and us! I still feel that way. It has to change!

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  16. "You have kindly suggested that we all make mistakes and that I should not worry", If you go to the email above 7 March 2008 (the bottom email) Jowitt gives the sentence. I would expect WB did not put that in writing! I may be wrong! But it clearly shows the chummy relationship between WB and MJ. Their tone of writing, makes it all so very chummy!

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  17. It seems that William Bailhache has put Jowitt out to dry a bit, Jowitt has been carrying out corruption for the Bailhache brothers for 10 years and just got used to it, plus he knows unofficially that W Bailhache would have just given him the nod.

    W Bailhache is a disgrace, just as is Jowitt. They are simply acting as 2 renegade criminals acting under the guise of the crown.

    They are 2 corrupt individuals within our island and both need to be removed to bring the public confidence in our judiciary.

    W Bailhache is true position within the Judiciary is comimng clear, he is at the forfront of coruption in this island.

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  18. Bailhache is the corrupt bastard here, and Jowitt is just his tool.

    W Bailhache needs removing from office with immediate effect.

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  19. Where did you get the emails? Are they publicly available?

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  20. I agree the buck lies with William Bailhache but also his boss Sir Birt. Sir Birt has allowed William Bailhache full reign with no accountability, Jowitt has been made the scape goat! Jowitt has had a position of power to do what he wanted when he wanted and he was allowed to go unoticed and unchecked, William resign now, Sir Birt get to the bottom of this, if you don't then we will. If it is too hot in the kitchen Sir Birt, then you know where the door is too. Enough is enough!

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  21. Thanks for the lovely dinner at the Atlantic, sorry I did not go for the Champagne, not my thing, but the vintage port was excellent.

    I know that at home, the normal rule of thumb, is to stay independent, but you were so hospitable, how could we refuse your kind offer.
    Johnny McColl was a wag and he had no complaints, in fact he loves his life in Jersey, everything laid on and paid for, rather like you lot, only joking.

    The three of us agreed we might as well just enjoy our Jersey visit, and your excellent company, placing the odd meeting just to appear to be doing the job.

    Must go.

    Best regards,

    Justice Select Committee

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  22. keep this post at the top Ian, alot of people need to see this.

    Its being retweeted everywhere and needs to be seen by everyone in the next few days in the week

    Good work getting it on here

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  23. Thanks again for the lovely dinner at the Atlantic, and the informal briefing.

    Of course we are a small scout committee reporting back, never the less, you have convinced us, that the reason so few people vote in Jersey is because they are so deeply happy with the way you manage the islands affairs.

    After the dinner I remember, we again touched on the supposed child abuse, tax haven and corruption labels Jersey has suffered and after speaking with you, it is crystal clear, these dread full episodes and labels were blown out of all proportion, probably by people that are jealous of your feudalistic hold on things. Only Joking. Still all is under control excuse the pun.

    Must go,

    Best regards,

    Justice Select Committee

    http://www.thisisjersey.com/news/2013/06/26/no-need-to-change-jersey’s-relationship-with-uk-says-mp/

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  24. http://www.wrexham.gov.uk/english/council/news/jillings.htm

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