THE MISSING WORK DIARY
DANGEROUS - It takes a team to gain a wrongful conviction. It starts with the police investigators and bias. They only look for evidence to convict. Then we need the CPS to charge the victim, based on the one-sided evidence, or rather lack of evidence. The CPS must then obstruct the defendant's legal team in disclosure to drain his Legal Aid funding. The prosecutor need not be a willing accomplice, but must be made to believe that she is prosecuting a sex offender. The Judge must also be made to think the same, when he is likely to control the trial to ensure that the defendant is disadvantaged. He will refuse all applications and push through the case as quickly as possible, especially for a brother mason. But before any of this can take place, they need an emotionally disturbed child who is out for revenge. Social services, and her teachers must be willing to bend the rules to coach her to create a story from nothing, that is likely to convince a jury - in the absence of any evidence to the contrary - and for that you need a defence solicitor and barrister who are not prepared to fight to defend their client, and willing to lie to him about securing expert evidence as to penetration, saying that Legal Aid will not fund it.
In the case of Nelson Kruschandl, Gordon Staker, Jo Pinyoun and James Hookway were sent to gather evidence to convict Mr Kruschandl as to a trumped up allegation of sexual assault, when it appears that they ignored and may have even advised the psychiatric nurse mother to hide evidence and not mention it, being a work diary that proved a lack of opportunity as had been claimed.
The facts speak for themselves. Gordon Staker and his team failed to secure video tapes belonging to the claimant that proved she was an avid follower of The Bill and Casualty, where she'd claimed in interview that she did not know that sexual assault and rape was wrong, and where those television programmes routinely carried episodes about child sex, prosecutions and the like where anyone watching those programmes would have known that what she was saying was a lie.
Hence, the girl is caught our on her taped interview provably lying about that, and only made up her story about being abused after all other attempts by her to force the defendant to remain with her mother had failed, hence the swing to revenge. The girl and her mother had warned the defendant not to leave their family. The poor chap had no idea what these females had is store for him. Sussex police and social services knew that the girl and her mother were both emotional putty in their hands. Wealden and the former councillor who was angry at the calling off of the engagement to his daughter, were of course delighted that their long-term adversary was being set up for a conviction.
It is not that you know someone is lying, it is being able to prove it.
Gordon Staker and his team also failed to secure the girls computers and failed to secure the mother's work diary. We conclude from the failure to secure these items that the investigation was either grossly negligent or a deliberate attempt to pervert the course of justice. Either way, Sussex police is guilty of a malicious prosecution where they have done nothing to seek to put the matter right.
NOTE: The identities of the persons concerned have been changed, save only for the defendant, who is asking for help from any investigative reporters with an interest in miscarriages of justice. The days that were important were Thursdays. The venue that was important was Herstmonceux and being alone at the venue. So we need to identify Thursdays when NK was alone with GG. You can see from the above Summing Up extract, that NK's testimony on this issue was extremely important. Firstly, the diary was sprung on the defence, with no chance for forensic examination or research into who was where for what - an Article 6 violation. Article 6 requires that the lawyer of the accused have time to prepare a defence. It was a Friday. Lawyers don't work over the weekend and the case continued the following Monday.
You can see from the table below that far from Judge Joseph's assertion that: "I do not think he really added very much." That NK was actually confirming dates that had no bearing on the claims of GG, but rather disproved her claims. GG was caught out by the diaries that her mother hid in her loft to prevent the Police seeing them.
Where Judge Joseph failed to go through these dates by cross referencing then with a calendar, to be able to point out to the Jury that there were discrepancies between the dates and the claimant's evidence, the Jury were, in effect, being told by Joseph that the dates were all proofs of opportunity. He also failed to point out to the Jury that the girl's mother had hidden these diaries in her loft to prevent Sussex Police from finding them. The act of concealment very much aligns with the financial conduct of the claimant's mother, in that her testimony is unreliable. Could it be that such crafting of her story did not take place in the two weeks before the Police finally decided to start recording facts. It seems to us that in order for the girl to begin crafting a plausible turn of events, first of all her mother had to hide her work diaries in her loft.
The only reason this woman did not destroy her work diaries was that she needed them to prove patient care - otherwise, we feel sure she would have disposed of them.
Without cross referencing the above with a calendar, it looks pretty damning. But, when cross referenced, most of the dates do not coincide with the Thursdays when abuse was alleged - so eliminating them. Then, on other of those dates the defendant now has testimony (that was offered at the time from a list of 17 character witnesses, but his barrister failed to take statements) from third parties who were present when the claimant claims to have been alone with the defendant - so proving that the claimant had made up an unsupportable story. As Judge Joseph said, the defendant only had to disprove one occasion to prove the girl a liar.
TABLE OF DIARY ENTRIES – TO BE CHECKED BY CCRC 2014 APPLICATION
This table needs to be read in context with the evidence that was given at the trial and in statements. Taking into account the times GG admits to events where nothing happened, and eliminating all days that are not Thursday – out of a total of the 15 diary entries that were introduced late in evidence, then realistically, there is just one possible opportunity where NK/GG could have been alone for singing or tennis.
However, that totally destroys GG’s claims irrevocably where she claims three times in the first month - which you can see from the diary is September of 2003, when such claim is impossible. Indeed, even if you take October or November of 2003, there is no such opportunity – and that explains SS’s need to hide her diary in her loft away from the police. SS had also said there were just two times when NK was alone with GG, and she wrote the diary? She knew that if the police read that diary with time to cross reference, that they would know her daughter was lying.
PAUL WHITEHOUSE & JOE EDWARDS
As to the integrity of Sussex police and their chief constables, we should look at the investigation of the shooting of James Ashley under the lead of Sir John Hoddinott.
The Wilding report found a complete failure of corporate duty by Sussex police. The
Hampshire inquiry concluded that three police officers lied about intelligence in order to persuade Deputy Chief Constable Mark Jordan to authorise the raid. The report found that the raid was
The report also showed that the guidelines on firearms put together by the Association of Chief Police Officers was breached. Experts on firearms and the law told
Kent police that even if the intelligence had been correct, the firearms should not have been authorised.
CONTACT SUSSEX POLICE
KATY BOURNE - Was elected Crime Commissioner, taking office with an oath to serve the public interest. That is an oath that many are now questioning, where she appears to be serving Sussex Police instead of policing the organisation that has come under such flack for their blatant refusal to investigate so many complaints of malfeasance in public office. What is plain is that where there is criticism of her alleged inaction, that she works with other forces to quash what many might agree is freedom of speech. In the case of Matt Taylor obtaining an injunction and in the case of John Hoath (gun crime allegation) threatening an injunction.
York is the chief constable of Sussex
Police taking over from a long chain of chief constables,
including Paul Whitehouse, who was finally
forced to resign after the Home Secretary insisted that he should go for
bringing the force into disrepute from his attempt to cover up the Jimmy
Ashley murder. Each
time one chief resigns, the next candidate learns from the mistakes of
his predecessor and makes effort not to be tripped up in the same way.
Unfortunately, that is not helping the situation, where in-effect Mr
York has nobody looking over his shoulder to make sure that he is not
breaking the law. The most common way of breaking the law, is simply
doing nothing when a crime is reported - so becoming party to the crime,
as with the Petition
scandal in 1997.
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