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Not having followed this case am I right in assuming in Mr. Bailhache knowingly endorsed the appointment of a Paedophile to the honourary police?I am surprised all honourary police never resigned.
Well done Bob, glad you got to ask your question in the end.
yes he did,Holland abused a fourteen year old girl with learning difficult
Fantastic and about time!
Well done, how can Bailhache justify his stance on child abuse the man is a disgrace !!!!
I dont see any grey areas, If, Mr. Bailhache made the decision to ignore advice and went on an appointed a known paedophile.In my book that makes him responsable for his decision.
Is this an example of Mr Bailhache making things up as he went along?The Beano is not the Rag
Naturally the candidates don't criticise Mr. Le Brocq's role in the affair because they might lose his vote and it goes against the political Zeitgeist, which is to re-write history and blame it all on Sir Philip Bailhache.An alternative view from myself here:http://planetjersey.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,3411.msg52428.html#msg52428And how come nobody at all ever questions Paddy Freeley's role in this? They should re-name him TEFLON Paddy.