I am pleased to tell you that Stuart Syvret has now been released. details and interviews may be seen on seen on the Voiceforchildren and the Needle sites. Although it is excellent news that Stuart, a former Jersey Senator and Health Minister, is again a free man, it is important to be aware of his continued persecution by the island`s establishment. Jersey simply can`t afford to be recognised as a kind of perverted paradise for the Jimmy Saviles of this world, can it?
It is not only Stuart who has been targeted, of course, but also that fine police officer, Chief Constable Graham Power QPM, who has been ruthlessly attacked for his courage and integrity in exposing the rotten core of Jersey`s paedophile elite and its “distinguished” visitors like Savile.
This morning, in the Daily Mirror, yet another excellent police officer, DCI Clive Driscoll, has been “prematurely retired” and taken off the Stephen Lawrence case, to the disgust of Stephen`s mother, Baroness Lawrence. She described DCI Driscoll as the police officer she most trusted in bringing some of her son`s racist killers to justice. So what could DCI Driscoll possibly have done wrong?
Well, 10 months ago he criticised the scrapping of the Lambeth children`s home sex probe after he had named politicians as suspects.
Lambeth, Jersey,The Elm Guest House, Bryn Estyn, the Hollie Greig case – the UK`s elite child-rapists must remain, in the “public interest” of course, a protected species. It does not matter how many poor children suffer unspeakable horrors at the hands of these monsters, “national security” demands that these vile but influential criminals remain at large.
Returning to Hollie`s case, Lord Bannatyne has now ruled, after a delay of over two months, that I have defamed Elish Angiolini by accusing her of covering up the case, despite my being completely denied any legal representation to defend her action in what is to me, in legal terms, a country as foreign as Bolivia or Burma. On the other hand, Angiolini was represented by Scotland`s most highly qualified QC , Roddy Dunlop. Not only that , but Mr Dunlop may well have been paid out of the public purse for this private action ( Mr Dunlop refuses to disclose whether such a misapproriation has taken place).
Lord Bannatyne has also acted in direct conflict with his two predecessors, Lords Glennie and Stewart, who had upheld my right to be provided with an adequate defence on equitable grounds. I have already formally registered my objection to Bannatyne`s decision in the strongest terms.
You will not be surprised to learn that I have no intention of being ordered what to do in my own country by a corrupt foreign regime with a notorious human rights record and a leader, Alex Salmond, who is too much of a coward to even stand up to protect the children and disabled of his own country from gang rape. The Information Commissioner has already ruled that Salmond has breached sections 10(1) and 21(1) of the FOI Act in his refusals to answer the Commissioner`s questions on the Hollie Greig abuse case.