Sunday, January 10, 2010

"PC A Bisson Statement" page 1

Hello and sorry people, I have been busy with my Facebook Group of the same name. This story is also on my group in the photo section, and is much more advanced than my blog at this present moment. If you should wish to view it, go to Facebook groups, then search, Ian Evans Against Jersey Corruption & Police Brutality. Then scroll down to the photo section in the left hand column and read from the bottom of the last page, backwards and upwards to follow the story.

It has been a bit of a whirlwind of late, with much more Police & Jersey Corruption coming to light !!! Please check out the Voice For Children blog spot & Senator Syvret blog spot for details.

Well, we now have a statement from PC A.Bisson to compare with my version of events, and indeed, with PC Parker's statement. First point of note is that Parker and Bisson's statements were written on the same morning, some may find this strange, some not !

At the bottom of the first page, Bisson says " PC Parker requested Evans to get into the police vehicle. Evans refused, shouting and swearing at PC Parker. Evans was very aggitated and was becoming very aggressive". Well Mr Bisson, what was said ? The police never seem to write these swear words down, funny that !

Are we also to believe that three serving police officers, are that stupid as to ask someone to get into a police car without searching the person, or handcuffing them first? Well, it is Jersey.


  1. Ian.

    The Police can do and say as they please and are accountable to no-one.

    After what has been done to our most senior politician and our most senior, highly decorated police officer, do you think they are in any kind of a hurry to give you anything resembling justice?

    I think you know you've got a fight on your hands, unfortunately for them you have accepted the challenge!

    Keep up the sterling work you are doing because it will pay dividends........The truth will out!

  2. Thank you for your support V.F.C , and everyone else who has shown an interest or commented.

  3. As with our politicians Ian, a law unto themselves.