Author Topic: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,  (Read 5816 times)

rogueelement

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As not being in the public interest?
Let he who is without sin , cast the first stone!
It is nice to be in a position where you cannot be sued, because nobody can derive a benefit, in the event they win the case.
So , hands up ,  does anyone know A Senator  who was ever arrested and subsequently was not charged since it was not in the public interest?
I am not of course referring to Frank Walker who explained at great lengths, the rumours which he had to endure for many years and were proved entirely groundless, and I apologise for even mentioning them, however there remains countless claims in this small Island about abuse/crimes by Deputies, by Senators, even by a deceased AG, about how they got away with certain matters ,because they were States members or part of the Apparatus.
I wonder if anyone out there would care to comment?

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2009, 04:25:02 PM »
Walker did not simply explain what had happened, he took out a full page advert in the rag threatening to sue people.

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #2 on: March 26, 2009, 04:38:24 PM »
You obviously missed the two page spread when he retired. But you were proably focussed on the sightings of a space ship near Aldereny at the time.

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #3 on: March 26, 2009, 04:48:16 PM »
Not to mention a certain saintly person being let off with "Conduct Likely" and lobbing his girlfriend's television out of the window. When the system works, it works for everyone in the system!

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #4 on: March 26, 2009, 04:59:28 PM »
You obviously missed the two page spread when he retired. But you were proably focussed on the sightings of a space ship near Aldereny at the time.

Them hailly-yens were apparently looking for a paradise island, my gawd eh, you could hear them puttin the breaks on up in the stratosphere eh!  One happarently said to the other "I told you to look for an island where we can gamble about in the sunshine without taxing ourselves and look what you found, an island where the sun shines on the gamblers who aren't taxed enuf!"

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #5 on: March 26, 2009, 07:16:56 PM »
Thank you King Rollo , I have no idea what you are talking about , I am sure (I think) that you are trying to be helpful and I will admit I wrote my last post in the dark , so excuse the crap spelling.
so , otherwise it has "all gone quiet overthere". Come on Bloggers, come on conspiracy theorists! not a word? surely you must know something? surely somebody told you something about somebody who knew someone who was told by a very good source that so and so , was well at it?
Here is your opportunity to be brave , what do you know or think you know?
I know about a Senator , used to live in Grouville,,, come on ,,, you know who you are , fess up !
Confession is good for the soul (apparently, though I obviously have no firm truth of that)
Anyway , inuendo is a poor substitute for evidence , but hey! who cares , lets name and shame and it matters not , because the truth is what matters even if that is only subjective  and people who live in glass houses , should not throw stones.

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #6 on: March 26, 2009, 08:32:46 PM »
Just a humourous thought about your ref to our good Captain "Sizzler" and his alien spaceship encounter (sic) last year off Alderney!

I am not sure you will get much joy with the good people of PJ re the thread, all of the gossipers are resident elsewhere methinks, trial by the villiage population, light your torches and chase the awful monster up to his castle, burn the witches & hang out the garlic.  Poor old Alphonse must be turning in his lonely grave.

Back to topic, I don't believe Jersey is any different to anywhere else in the world, those with power and/or influence will always avoid the judges hammer, simply because they have the money, handshake or freinds to protect them.
The higher up the ladder you climb, the greater the protection because your peers will not want their association with you tarnished by your guilt, avoid establishment embarassment at all costs.  I suppose some might call it conspiracy, but really it just boils down to good old self survival and knowing the right people, hence the small fry will always get banged up and life at the top goes on. Like it or not, it's all part of democracy and the only way to change things is via the ballot box - the old saying still holds true, you get the politicians your society deserves. Same over here on the smaller isle too!






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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #7 on: March 26, 2009, 08:43:43 PM »
Back to topic, I don't believe Jersey is any different to anywhere else in the world, those with power and/or influence will always avoid the judges hammer, simply because they have the money, handshake or freinds to protect them.

Yes, goes along the lines of "he was just researching child porn when he subscribed to paedo-r-us.com".

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #8 on: March 26, 2009, 09:19:12 PM »
Yes, goes along the lines of "he was just researching child porn when he subscribed to paedo-r-us.com".
I tell you what Danrock , you really have a way with words,not a good way , or even a sensible way , but certainly a different way. If anything of your above comment makes any sense to anyone , could they please send me the translation, or maybe i am correct , and you are just being pathetic. What the hell are you talking about? maybe i should equate your website site to being just a doorway to paedophila? that would make about much sense as your comment .
I suggest you retract the comment and apologise to King Rollo , or I will be reporting you to the Mods.

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #9 on: March 26, 2009, 09:24:17 PM »
Forget the apology to King rollo , I have already reported your "comment" . If you are incapable of having an argument without resorting to these sort of disgusting comments , I suggest you restrict yourself to the Zombie blog , where no doubt you will be received as the second Messiah. (Freakin asswipe.)

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #10 on: March 26, 2009, 09:51:57 PM »
What are you on about?

I am referring to people such as Pete Townsend, who is on the sex offenders register.  ::)

You're nothing but a little trouble maker.

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #11 on: March 26, 2009, 10:07:56 PM »

There is no sex offenders register in Jersey at the moment !

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #12 on: March 26, 2009, 10:10:57 PM »
There is no sex offenders register in Jersey at the moment !

BB

Crazy that this is taking so long, leaving Jersey the ideal place for the rich and famous to engage in "research".

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« Reply #13 on: August 18, 2009, 07:00:38 AM »
Well this year it has been proven that some States members are NOT above the law and it appears to have been a shock to them. There is also a differences between rumour mongering and actual law breaking which some people seem to not understand.

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Re: How many of our "Senators" , have escaped full judicial review,
« Reply #14 on: August 18, 2009, 08:00:01 PM »
I am sure there are quite a number of things they get away with, and in reply to Debumblee be, yes there are some states members that have not escaped however I dont think this has come as a shock to any of the ones I believe you are referring to.

I do however believe there are others that it has not come as a shock to find out they can escape judicial review.

Didnt one senator break data protection yet was let off whereas another recent offender of the same act is now headed towards a penalty. I am not naming names so leave it to you to work them out but both are not difficult to figure out. One is "well in there" and the other is not.