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5 minutes ago, Declan said:

Fuck off.

 

2 minutes ago, Gladys said:

Well, that added to the debate. 

Made me laugh though. Quite unexpected 🤣

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6 minutes ago, the stinking enigma said:

Have they cut the internet off yet?

They probably think that when you click on "End Meeting" on Zoom that closes the Internet for everyone. 

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2 minutes ago, Gladys said:

Well, that added to the debate. 

It had the advantage of brevity.

I had acknowledged and apologised for my error. The whether she believes the letter exists is a dead end. Banging on about it achieves nothing.

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I was very impressed with Dr Glover today bearing in mind AG's office have been involved along the way but that didnt bother her. Rachel  put her case forward , it seemed honest and heartfelt and also clear she cares about our Island and the health of residents . Fair play to the lady. But again the one thing that came through to me  is the crooked AG's office and how defensive and protective they are to ministers and departments regardless whether there in the wrong or not. Makes me wonder about all these other issues that go through that same office . 

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Just now, Declan said:

It had the advantage of brevity.

I had acknowledged and apologised for my error. The whether she believes the letter exists is a dead end. Banging on about it achieves nothing.

It was masterful in its brevity, whilst delivering the message. 

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2 hours ago, The Voice of Reason said:

There were many who doubted there was a letter. Many said it was an invention. You must recall that.

It was said to be from a disgruntled colleague/ associate who was pissed off that Dr G was claiming all credit and ignoring the input of others.

The whole transcript revolves around “she said”/ “they said” and until concrete evidence has been produced to prove one way or the other I would be very wary of jumping to conclusions 

 

Well unless the author of the letter steps forward, how is anyone going to prove the letter ever existed? Dr Glover was rightly pissed off about an anonymous being read out, it was done in such a way to discredit her and gave the impression her resignation was down to her throwing toys out the pram. Asides from all that, why is the letter so significant to you? The letter was only the tip of the iceberg.

 

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1 minute ago, Numbnuts said:

I was very impressed with Dr Glover today bearing in mind AG's office have been involved along the way but that didnt bother her. Racheal put her case forward , it seemed honest and heartfelt and also clear she cares about our Island and the health of residents . Fair play to the lady. But again the one thing that came through to me  is the crooked AG's office and how defensive and protective they are to ministers and departments regardless whether there in the wrong or not. Makes me wonder about all these other issues that go through that same office . 

Also for consideration what and how and by whom it is presented to the A/Gs

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4 minutes ago, daisy said:

Also for consideration what and how and by whom it is presented to the A/Gs

Probably the all-knowing Great Pooba. 

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From the Gef review

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Steve Doyle came to start negotiating about the role going back. He decided to say at one point – “You do realise if you don’t come back and do everything we want you to, we’ll put negative press out about you”

What is this? 

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19 minutes ago, TheTeapot said:

From the Gef review

What is this? 

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Steve Doyle came to start negotiating about the role going back. He decided to say at one point – “You do realise if you don’t come back and do everything we want you to, we’ll put negative press out about you”

A person is guilty of blackmail if, with a view to gain for himself or another or with intent to cause loss to another - does that fit?

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36 minutes ago, Declan said:

The whether she believes the letter exists is a dead end. Banging on about it achieves nothing.

So the possibility of an alleged deliberate deception by a minister or one of his team, and an overtly public attempt to discredit her role in this pandemic isn't worth "banging on about?"

The letter debacle is but a small part of that debate but an important episode in a bigger picture surrounding 'Glovergate' and the circumstances leading up to her departure. The farcical allegation in a letter (from the AG's office?) that Path Lab were unable to operate testing for a period because she'd repossessed the software she'd written for the "robot" saying she'd put lives at risk, and then contradicting that statement in the next paragraph of the same letter is ridiculous.

And of course, there's the circumstances surrounding the alleged pirating/copying of that software, before her very eyes, by a lab IT professional which if proven to be true would be a criminal act. She involved the Police, who then passed it on to OFT.

Defies logic... 

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