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Digital copy of Exhibit PS1: Correspondence involving Philip Sinel. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Philip Sinel's Supplemental Witness Statement to the Inquiry dated 23 February 2016 [C/D/AW2/B2/21/WS000724].
December 1st 2015 - May 21st 2012
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• Letter dated 15 February 2016 from Philip Sinel, Sintel Global Limited to R McRae [Robert MacRae], [Attorney General]. Refers to the case of [a female former resident at Blanche Pierre Family Group Home] who was abused, stating that there was a cover up to ensure that the Maguires and another man were not prosecuted. Refers to the individual having to give evidence to the Inquiry in relation to the Maguires and their non-prosecution. Includes comments about the independence of the police and the role of the Attorney General in criminal investigations. Includes comments about the disappearance of Adrian Lynch and the circumstances surrounding this. • Letter dated 3 December 2015 [21 January 2016] from John Edmonds, Director - Criminal Division, Law Officers' Department to P Sinel, Sintel. States that he is unable to enter into correspondence with Mr Sinel about specific cases, reiterating appropriate course of action for individuals who wish to make a complaint to the police. • Letter dated 12 January 2016 from Philip Sinel, Sintel Global Limited to R McRae [Robert MacRae], Attorney General. Copy sent to F Oldham QC. Refers to previous correspondence with Mr Edmonds and remarks about an individual who has preyed on Jersey residents and made use of his position and the protective mechanisms provided by Mr McRae's predecessors in order to remain at liberty. Comments on consequences of the man in question reoffending, referring also to other individuals. • Letter dated 3 December 2015 from John Edmonds, Director - Criminal Division, Law Officers' Department to Advocate P Sinel, Sinels Advocates. Sets out details of appropriate course of action for individuals who wish to make a complaint of criminal conduct to the police and names DS Ctahy Davison as a point of contact for Advocate Sinel's clients. • Letter dated 1 December 2015 from Advocate Philip Sinel, Sinels Advocates to the Attorney General. Copy sent to Francis [Frances] Oldham QC. Asserts to have credible evidence to suggest that an individual has raped at least three females and has been guilty of serious internet misuse over a period of decades. Outlines public interest considerations and describes implications of the allegations being found to be true. • Letter dated 15 February 2016 from Philip Sinel, Sinels Advocates to Ms Mac Call, Head of the Crown Dependencies Team. Copies sent to F Oldham QC, Sir Christopher Geidt, S Syvret, M Higgins, G Power, L Harper, R Sorda and N McMurray. Includes comments about the policy of Her Majesty's Government and of Her Majesty relative to Jersey, referring to the handling of allegations by the Jersey authorities and the role of Sir Andrew Ridgeway relative to the death of [the former female resident at Blanche Pierre]. Describes a self-protecting oligarchy in Jersey and comments on the activities of successive Lietuenant Governors. Refers to evidence given to the Independent [Jersey] Care Inquiry by a number of individuals and lists blogs containing evidence. Details lines on which previous correspondence he has received on the matter have been based. Includes further comments about the matter and remarks about the remit and purpose of the Independent Care Inquiry. • Letter dated 12 January 2016 from Philip Sinel, Sinels Advocates to Sir Christopher Giedt, Private Secretary to HM Queen Elizabeth II. Describes visiting [the female former resident at Blanche Pierre] and being told about abuse by the Maguires, stating that they were protected by Her Majesty's local appointees. Outlines concerns about the attitude and actions of the Lieutenant Governor and his predecessors in respect of remarks about the Minister of Health psychologically abusing victims. Includes comments about the impact of the non-prosecution of the Maguires and having to give evidence to the Inquiry on [the individual]. • Letter dated 11 January 2016 from Chiara Mac Call, Head of the Crown Dependencies Team, Ministry of Justice to Advocate Philip Sinel, Sinels Advocates. Includes comments about the process for dealing with Advocate Sinel's allegations and the circumstances by which a Crown apointee may be removed from office. Refers to serious allegations contained in a letter from Advocate Sinel to Sir Christopher Geidt and requests to be made aware whether he has made the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry aware of his allegations.
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