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Wednesday, 26 March 2014

"It's All Hush Hush Up At H.M.P La Moye"

Jersey prison staff accused of misconduct


Two female members of prison staff accused of breaching a code of conduct have resigned.
The women, who worked at Jersey's La Moye Prison, quit before the misconduct allegations could be investigated.
One resigned a few days ago and the other on Wednesday morning, meaning the two separate investigations into the claims were abandoned.
Prison Governor Bill Millar said the reasons for any individuals resigning were private matters.
No details of the allegations have been revealed.
Earlier this month questions were asked in the island's government about alleged misconduct by staff at La Moye.
It followed allegations in a national newspaper that a former prison drugs counsellor had an affair with convicted drug dealer Curtis Warren at the prison.

"Suddenly, There Are Rules At Prison?"
Typical Jersey, after a scandal breaks there are suddenly some rules to abide by!
"Prison Governor Bill Millar said the reasons for any individuals resigning were private matters."
How can these resignations be private matters when the two staff members are accused of breaching codes of conduct?
Below is how it really goes....
Quit before the investigation starts and everything will be ok, it's just like the Mario Lundy scenario, isn't it really?
Lundy walks from his job this year with a gold plated pension, and no doubt a huge pay off for his valuable services in keeping his child beating trap shut before, during, and after the Committee of Inquiry farce has run it's course.

Christ!!! I just can't wait to see what they try and do with child beater and child rapist Danny Wherry, who still works for the States of Jersey at Overdale Hospital?
Corruption all the way,
"THE JERSEY WAY"



5 comments:

  1. Mario Lundy ahh yes good friend of and protected by that corrupt chief executive Bill Ogley who lied about an email regarding Graham Power the retired police chief.

    What did Bill say, you won't take Mario unless it's over my dead body, then they ousted politician and health minister Syvret with the help of Walker and establishment friends.

    Repeat after me, Jersey is not a corrupt cesspit it's a well run island. Yes but on who's behalf certainly not the people.

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    1. "What did Bill say, you won't take Mario unless it's over my dead body,"

      Almost, his exact words were;

      the suspect had his total support and that “if anyone wants to get…….(the suspect)…….they would have to get me first”.

      Taken from the sworn affidavit of former Police Chief Graham Power paragraph 19;

      "19. The third example I have chosen relates to a Strategic Planning Workshop held at the St Pauls Centre on Friday 24th October 2008. The Workshop was attended by a number of senior public servants including myself and the Chief Executive. At the commencement of the workshop the Chief Executive asked for silence and said that he had an announcement to make. He named a senior civil servant who was present. The person named is a suspect in the abuse investigation but has not been suspended. The Chief Executive said that the suspect had his total support and that “if anyone wants to get…….(the suspect)…….they would have to get me first”. This announcement was applauded by some but not all of the persons present. I took it as a further indication of the “in crowd” closing ranks against the “threat” of the abuse enquiry. The Chief Executive later played a significant role in my suspension.

      Read the affidavit HERE

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    2. I see that your memory is sharp as ever VFC :)

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  2. The two females prison officers. One resigned after getting pregnant by a prisoner. the second resigned after having an affair with a female prisoner

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  3. Of the two female prisoners it would be interesting to know what she carried in before the prisoner put it in. Surly this is the burning question not that they were having mushy mushy time but what else might she be supplying. Again let off the hook or would she have brought management down with her if she was not allowed to scarper sorry resign without and External independent inquiry.

    It all stinks as usual in Jersey's judicial public prison service.

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