Miss Tucker in her piece on the long awaited BDO scrutiny report is playing it safe by inviting the main players to speak. The good news is the interview touched the spot and was fairly balanced in as much as it was fair to all sides which is the way it should be. Well done BBC .
So using my own words, to give a taste,
BDO refuses to comment, hiding away.
Ian Le Marquand says that the professional media indeed sensationalised the story about the spending of £7.5 million this was inaccurate.
Mr Gradwell said he leaked nothing.
Deputy Pitman agrees with the home affairs Minister and says the professional media sensationalised the story.
Lenny Harper says it was a big investigation and as such mistakes were made they ( police) were not perfect.
Ben Shenton says the professional media reporting was very professional, and the report is biased and basically internet blogs cannot be trusted with facts, and why was money wasted on this report ?Hear the short but revealing interview on the excellent thejerseywayblog.comhttp://thejerseyway.blogspot.com/
My view is that Senator Le Marquand said that the professional media reporting was lacking, and is a truthful statement from him, one he did have to make, but well done to the Senator for doing so.
Ben Shenton has forgotten that Rico Sorda did the work originally and revealed that some strange " evidenced " weird and wonderful happenings were going on in regard to the BDO alto financial report that needed a much deeper investigation.
Ben Shenton may have forgotten that many of his colleagues in the States voted for scrutiny to investigate the way BDO's put their report together.
The states supported scrutiny and their chairman Deputy Pitman who along with Le Herrisier, and Wimberley did an outstanding and balanced piece of work.
Grab a drink, relax, and read the scrutiny report here, but don't tell Shenton more evidenced documents have been put up on the internet, he will probably go into a sulk. Read the report herehttp://ricosorda.blogspot.com/2011/11/srutiny-sub-panel-review.html