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Digital copy of Documents relating to disciplinary proceedings against Detective Chief Inspector David Minty, Inspector Louis Beghin and Detective Sergeant Lawrence Courtness in relation to their activities with regard to the police investigations into the criminal activities of Curtis Warren and others. [Some details redacted]. For Philip Sinel's Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 15 December 2015, see C/D/AW2/B2/21/WS000706.
January 15th 2013 - February 3rd 2013
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• Decision of the Disciplinary Tribunal in the matter of disciplinary proceedings and in the matter of the Police (Complaints and Discipline Procedures) (Jersey) Order 2000 dated 15 January 2013. Relates to allegation that Detective Chief Inspector David Minty, Inspector Louis Beghin and Detective Sergeant Lawrence Courtness all agreed to mislead foreign authorities in relation to their activities with regard to the police investigations into the criminal activities of Curtis Warren, and particularly all three officers were involved in misleading the French, Dutch and Belgium law enforcement authorities in relation to audio surveillance of a vehicle which was used by the Defendants in the furtherance of their criminal activity. Outlines the facts of the matter and sets out details of the evidence. Concludes that none of the charges against the officers are proved and dismisses charges accordingly. • Post on Rico Sorda's blog dated 3 February 2013 titled The Jersey Law Office - The Curtis Warren Car Bugging Saga - Between The Lines. Includes explanationx of the meaning and significance of various paragraphs from the decision of the disciplinary tribunal in the matter of disciplinary proceedings against Detective Chief Inspector David Minty, Inspector Louis Beghin and Detective Sergeant Lawrence Courtness. • Post on the voiceforchildren blog dated 3 February 2013 titled Curtis Warren Car Bugging Disciplinary Hearing's Written Judgement. Comments on the written judgement of the disciplinary hearing conducted by Chief Constable Mike Barton of the Durham Constabulary against the three Jersey police officers accused of illegally bugging a car used by an associate of Curtis Warren while conspiring to import a large quantity of drugs into the island. Includes a copy of the contents of the judgement. Also includes 48 comments in reply to the blog post.
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