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Digital copy of Exhibit WK10: Email correspondence between William Bailhache, Wendy Kinnard, Ben Shenton and the Council of Ministers concerning the investigation at Haut de la Garenne. [Some details redacted].

Used as evidence in relation to Wendy Kinnard's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 11 November 2015 [ZC/D/AW4/B2/32/WS000695].

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Reference ZC/D/AW4/A5/35/WD008811/10
Date 2 March 2008
Scope and Content • Email sent at 10:39 on 2 March 2008 from Ben Shenton to Julian Morris and the Council of Ministers titled URGENT. Copies sent to William Bailhache, Michael de la Haye, Ian Clarkson, Ben Griffiths and Karen Pallot. Includes assertion that there no child's body was found at Haut de la Garenne, stating that he was told that a bone related to a nearby dolmen. Includes a number of questions to Wendy [Kinnard] regarding: content of media announcements, running of Home Affairs, Lenny Harper, forensic finds, an individual interviewed by The Times known to be dead, and a programme by Panorama. • Email sent at 11:58 on 2 March 2008 from Wendy Kinnard to Ben Shenton, Julian Morris and the Council of Ministers titled RE: URGENT. Copies sent to William Bailhache, Michael de la Haye, Ian Clarkson, Ben Griffiths and Karen Pallot. Acknowledges receipt of email and notifies of discussion of the matter with the Chief Minister. • Email sent at 14:01 on 2 March 2008 from William Bailhache to Wendy Kinnard, Ben Shenton and the Council of Ministers titled RE: URGENT. Outlines confidential nature of the email. Sets out details of two different issues: whether criminal offences have taken place and if so whether the evidence is sufficient to justify one or more prosecutions; and whether they have been one or more poor decisions in the past by police officers or civil servants as a result of which complaints of abuse have not been fully investigated. Includes remarks about law enforcement agencies being allowed to carry out their job without interference, referring to the media and politicians. • Email sent at 14:27 on 2 March 2008 from Wendy Kinnard to William Bailhache. Expresses agreement with William Bailhache's email and requests permission for the email to be forwarded to the Chief of Police.
Names Bailhache, William
Belwood, Simon
Clarkson, Ian
de la Haye, Michael Nelson
Griffiths, Ben
Harper, Lenny
Henry, Lenny
Kinnard, Wendy
Morris, Julian
Pallot, Karen
Power, Graham
Shenton, Ben
Walker, Frank
Council of Ministers
Criminal Investigation Department
Haut de la Garenne
Home Affairs
Jersey Museum
Law Officers' Department
Panorama (Television programme)
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
The Times
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Language English
Level of description File
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Digital copy of Exhibit WK10: Email correspondence between William Bailhache, Wendy Kinnard, Ben Shenton and the Council of Ministers concerning the investigation at Haut de la Garenne. [Some details redacted].

Used as evidence in relation to Wendy Kinnard's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 11 November 2015 [ZC/D/AW4/B2/32/WS000695].

ZC/D/AW4/A5/35/WD008811/10

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