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PostSubject: Jack admits SPIT mistakes   Fri Dec 05, 2008 10:03 pm

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Although rather ambiguous, H.E the Governor Stuart Jack has issued his first significant statement regarding Operation Tempura since Sir Peter Cresswell made his ruling in October, which quashed the warrants issued to search Justice Alex Henderson’s home and office. The statement appears to suggest that the main investigation may be coming to an end and admits that mistakes had been made, but Jack said that Martin Bridger and the Special Police Investigation Team (SPIT) had still acted in good faith.

“We have to acknowledge that mistakes were made in respect of the Hon Mr Justice Henderson and, as already announced, the police decided not to appeal the judgment in the Judicial Review. However, l would like to remind everyone that Sir Peter Cresswell’s Judicial Review and subsequent ruling, setting aside search warrants, does not negate the fact that a considerable amount of exemplary investigative work has been carried over the past year by the Investigative Team,” Governor Jack said in a written statement released to the media at around 6pm on Thursday afternoon.



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