Public servant gave false evidence to ccc twice when asked by Solicitor to investigate child abuse and sexual exploitation of minor, alleges solicitor-general [4]

Solicitor General Alan Tudge yesterday said his staff gave false testimony to a judge who heard evidence of child abuse and sexual exploitation at a private school run by a minister.

Dalton police charged the former principal of a privately run Catholic school, the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, with indecency with a child under the age of 13 and for sexually abusing a child between October 2014 and January 2015.

Mr Tudge said the allegations “are deeply disturbing” and the allegation had caused the parents of the child “profound distress” and “a real sense of grief” to the family.

He added that the former principal, Peter Wilt, denied knowing about allegations against the children, but did “act in a manner which had, for some time, involved his direct assistance of their father through an internet chatroom.”

In April, the ju카지노 사이트dge asked for the alleged sexual abuse to be “handled fairly and honestly by your office.”

The then-senior attorney general, Dominic Grieve, sa바카라사이트id the allegations had caused considerable distress and Mr Tudge’s intervention was needed to protect the integrity of the investigation.

The judge said he agreed that it was a matter of urgency for the DPP to consider sending the case to the courts because of “an extraordinary breach of confidence” and because of the “revolving door” approach used by the minister to investigate sexual abuse cases.

“That was simply unacceptable,” he said.

But his intervention has now been criticised as “beneath a reasonable doubt”.

Dalton solicitor-general, Jonathan Sykes, wrote to Mr Tudge, the then-director of public prosecutions, saying the case did not qualify as “serious” and there was a “real risk” that the issue of the ministry’s role in the case would have been handled more favourably without him.

He claimed it was difficult for him to understand why Mr Tudge chose to call to question the former principal rather than a number of other people to examine the case in person.

“We note that the issue which the Solicitor General raised in his letter to you in regard to his request for an early intervention into the investigation concerned a matter which required careful consideration by the Solicitor General,” he wrote.

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