Digital copy of a Letter from Advocate Peter Harris, Crills Advocates to Mr D A Southern, Manager, Mental Health Services concerning his client, Jane Maguire. [Some details redacted]. For Dylan Southern's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 24 November 2015, see C/D/AW2/B3/12/WS000677.

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January 12th 1999 - January 12th 1999

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Refers to a letter dated 31 December 1998 from Mr Southern to Mrs Maguire regarding the Blanche Pierre Group Home. Refers to having represented Mrs Maguire in respect of discontinued criminal proceedings and two civil actions brought against her by former residents, commenting on impact of the allegations and her continued supension from work on Mrs Maguire and detailing Mrs Maguire's desire to fully co-operate with the enquiry. Requests clarity on points contained in Mr Southern's letter regarding what the employer's policy of physical or corporal punishment was and in what way it is alleged to have been breached, and to define what is meant by physical and psychological abuse and identification of the complainants and instances of such abuse. Requests confirmation that there is no objection to him accompanying Mrs Maguire when interviewed on 29 January 1999.


Harris, Peter, Advocate
Maguire, Jane
Southern, Dylan
Blanche Pierre Family Group Home
Crill's Advocates
Health and Social Services
Mental Health Services
St Saviour's Hospital


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