On Thursday (31 March), an announcement from the Governor was made – documents outlining complaints made by Tempura investigating officer Martin Bridger and lawyer Martin Polaine are now public.
The ill-fated probe into police corruption launched in 2008 cost the country millions of dollars.
The Information Commissioner has ruled these papers should be released, but that decision was challenged by Her Excellency Helen Kilpatrick in court.
Stating she still thinks it’s not in the public interest to release the complaints, the original complaint has been disclosed, along with Governor Duncan Taylor’s written response to it and two letters from the Chief Justice to Governor Taylor.
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