From John Henwood.
AN e-mail from Senator Syvret to the Attorney General, copied to all States Members, is in circulation among members of the public, as Senator Syvret undoubtedly knew it would be.
Noting that Mr Bailhache has wisely declined to comment, the majority, who will not see the e-mail, will not know the depths to which Senator Syvret is descending in his attempts to damage those who do not share his singular, and many would say distorted, perspective.
I would like to illustrate this point but cannot, because to quote from the e-mail would make me, and this newspaper, as guilty of defamation as Senator Syvret. Suffice it to say that the words and the wild allegations would shock most reasonable-thinking people.
It appears that the Senator is escalating the use of damaging abuse in his attempts to achieve – what exactly? He seems to be at the epicentre of the poison that is making political life in Jersey sick.
The problem is that poison spreads if not checked, and an antidote is urgently required.
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