REVELATIONS helping to explain why secret police dossiers were kept on States Members have emerged.
They include allegations of racism against a politician, a minister abusing his position and a relationship between a Member and a person with possible criminal connections.
Two incidents are believed to have been the trigger for senior police officers at Rouge Bouillon to secretly set up a file on each of the 53 States Members.
As they compiled their information, it is understood that certain discoveries were made about some politicians and the States police were worried that certain high-profile politicians could potentially be open to blackmail.
• Three pages of reports in today’s Jersey Evening Post