Comments

Digital copy of Exhibit PS2: Correspondence between Philip Sinel and the Ministry of Justice and related documents. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Philip Sinel's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 15 December 2015 [C/D/AW2/B2/21/WS000706].

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Reference

C/D/AW2/A6/13/WD009119/2

Date

May 12th 2008 - February 23rd 2011

Scope and Content

• Letter dated 12 January 2011 from Janet Tweedale, Crown Dependencies Branch, Ministry of Justice to Advocate Philip Sinel concerning land transactions in Jersey. • Letter dated 7 February 2011 from Rose Ashley, Ministry of Justice to Advocate Philip Sinel regarding charges against Stuart Syvret. • Letter dated 23 February 2011 from Janet Tweedale, Crown Dependencies Branch, Ministry of Justice to Advocate Philip Sinel concerning the disclosure of a witness statement to the Solicitor General for use in a police investigation regarding land transactions in Jersey. • Letter dated 13 December 2010 from Advocate Philip Sinel to Lord McNally enclosing a copy of Stuart Syvret's Order of Justice. • Order of Justice in respect of the case between Stuart Syvret (Plaintiff) and the Chief Minister (First Defendant), the States Employment Board (Second Defendant), the States of Jersey (Third Defendant), and Her Majesty's Attorney General (Fouth Defendant). Relates to the Plaintiff claiming against the Defendants in respect of the unlawful obstruction of the Plaintiff in the discharge of lawful responsibilities and obligations as Minister for Health and Social Services: damages, interest on said damages, declarative judgment against the actions of the Defendants, declarative judgment of non-compatibility with the Human Rights (Jersey) Law 2000 and costs. Refers to the Children (Jersey) Law 2002, and details of misfeasance in relation to Victoria College, Les Chênes, Haut de la Garenne, Blanche Pierre Group Home, a Family Group Home, the Jersey Care Leavers Association, the Chief Officer of the States of Jersey Police Graham Power and Deputy Paul Le Claire. Includes a list of offences complained of and of individulals subject to complaints, and omments on the actions of each of the Defendants. • Letter dated 17 December 2008 from Advocate P Sinel to Mr J Straw, Ministry of Justice concerning matters raised in previous correspondence regarding child abuse in Jersey and the justice system. • Letter dated 7 Novermber 2008 from Advocate Philip [Sinel] to Lord W Bach, Ministry of Justice concerning the role of Her Majesty's respresentatives in Jersey in investigations of child abuse in Jersey. [Includes duplicate]. • Letter dated 27 August 2008 from Advocate Philip [Sinel] to Mr J Straw, Ministry of Justice enclosing a copy of a memorandum by [Lenny] Harper addressed to the Attorney General regarding abuse at locations including Haut de la Garenne. [Includes duplicate]. • States of Jersey Police Report dated 29 June 2008 submitted by Leonard Harper, Deputy Chief Officer to the Chief Officer [Graham Power] and the MIR [Major Incident Room] Officer Manager concerning the circumstances and reasons for the issue of a media statement following the release from custody of [the Housparents at a Family Group Home]. [Includes duplicate]. • Letter dated 22 September 2008 from Advocate Philip Sinel to Mr J Straw, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Ministry of Justice enclosing a copy of a Liberation Day speech by the Bailiff. [Includes duplicate]. • Bailiff's Liberation Day Speech 2008. [Includes duplicate]. • File/Attendance Note by Philip Sinel dated 20 May 2008 concerning the reach of the oligarchy. [Includes duplicate]. • Memorandum dated 12 May 2008 from Philip [Sinel] regarding a meeting with the Lieutenant Governor, Andrew Ridgeway on 1 May 2008. [Includes duplicate]. • Letter by Philip Sinel dated 20 November 2008 concerning events in Jersey demonstrating the iron grip of the oligarchy. [Includes duplicate]. • Article dated 2008 titled How police chief Lenny Harper lost the plot over the Jersey children's home 'murders'. • Letter dated 7 August 2008 from Advocate Philip Sinel to Mr J Straw, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Ministry of Justice enclosing a copy of a letter to Advocate Baker dated 7 August 2008. • Letter dated 7 August 2008 from Advocate Philip Sinel to Advocate S Baker, BakerPlatt on behalf of the Jersey Care Leavers' Association regarding prosecutions in respect of the historic child abuse investigation. • Letter dated 5 August 2008 from Advocate Philip Sinel to Advocate S Baker, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Ministry of Justice enclosing a copy of a letter dated 4 August 2008.

Names

Ashley, Rose
Bach, Willy, Lord
Bailhache, Sir Philip
Bailhache, William
Baker, Piers
Baker, Stephen
Baudains, Marnie
Bellwood, Simon
Birt, Michael
Chamberlain, Andrew, Professor
Crich, Ian
Dennett, Phil
Dodds, Linda
Dyer, Ian
Fossey, Alison
Garrido, Alveraz
Gradwell, Mick
Harman, Harriet
Harper, Lenny
Hamon, Francis Charles
Hydes, Jack
Jardim, Alberto, Dr
Jardim, Mrs
Jervis-Dykes, Andrew
Jouault, Richard
Kinnard, Wendy, Senator
Korkach, Alexey, Colonel
Labey, Carolyn, Deputy
Lakeman, Chris, Advocate
Le Breton, John, Jurat
Le Claire, Paul, Deputy
Le Feuvre, Iris
Le Main, Terry, Deputy
Lewis, Andrew, Deputy
Lundy, Mario
Maguire, Alan
Maguire, Jane
Martins, Emma
McCann, Madeleine
McKeon, Tom
McNally, Lord
Napier, Brian, QC
Nibbs, Louise
Ogley, Bill
Ozouf, Philip, Senator
Pollard, Mike
Power, Graham
Ridgeway, Sir Andrew
Roberts, Julie
Scaife, Danny, Centenier
Sharp, Howard
Shaw, Bridget
Sinel, Philip
Skinner, Anton
Smith, Andrew
Straw, Jack
Syvret, Stuart, Senator
Thomas, Simon
Tracey, Paul, Advocate
Tweedale, Janet
Walker, Frank, Senator
Wallace, Lord
Whelan, Cyril
Williamson, Andrew
Appleby
Association of Chief Police Officers
Bailhache Labesse
BBC
Blanche Pierre Family Group Home
Council of Ministers
Economic Development
Education Committee
Education Sport and Culture
Family Centre Service
Greenfields Centre
Haut de la Garenne
Health and Social Services
Health and Social Services Committee
Home Affairs
Home Office
Howard League for Penal Reform
Human Resources Department
Jersey Care Leavers' Association
Jersey Child Protection Committee
Jersey Evening Post
Jersey Sea Cadets
Labour Party
Les Chênes Residential School
Ministry of Justice
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Oxford University
Panorama (Television programme)
Royal Court
University of Sheffield
Sinels Advocates
Solicitor General
States Employment Board
States of Jersey
States of Jersey Police
The Guardian
Victoria College

Keywords

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Language

English

Level of description

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