Willful Blindness in Post Office Inquiry: The Baddies?

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Willful Blindness

Deliberate failure to make a reasonable inquiry of wrongdoing (as drug dealing in one’s house) despite suspicion or an awareness of the high probability of its existence

NOTE: Willful blindness involves conscious avoidance of the truth and gives rise to an inference of knowledge of the crime in question.

Baddie

A bad person in a film, book, etc

Ex-Post Office chief asked “are we the baddies?” | Jeremy Vine

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15 mei 2024

Mark Davies has been asked at the Horizon inquiry if he ever stopped to consider that he and other bosses might be the villains.

Jeremy Vine on 5 is on television every weekday at 9:15am until 1:30pm on Channel 5.

“Contempt They Had For Us!” Vennells Took Advice Not To Make Post Office ‘Front Page News’

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Post Office Lawyer CONFRONTED with evidence he LED prosecutions

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20 feb 2024

Post Office Lawyer Jarnail Singh is CONFRONTED with evidence by Jason Beer KC at the Post Office Inquiry that he in fact LEAD prosecutions against subpostmasters throughout the period that he says all responsibility was handed over to legal firm Cartwright King.

Despite his previous denials of involvement or supervision, Jarnail Singh identifies himself in questions from Brian Altman QC as THE decision maker in the cases in 2014.

Jarnail Singh is also asked about a policy meeting where he appears to have involvement in both then-current Post Office Prosecution Policies as well as proposals for new policies.

Fujitsu employees ‘dragged over coals’ if they admitted issues with Post Office software | ITV News

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1 feb 2024
 

A former employee at a Fujitsu call centre who dealt with queries from sub-postmasters about the Horizon system told ITV News that staff would have been “dragged over the coals” if they admitted the software had problems.

Nate Orrow worked at Fujitsu’s Stevenage call centre for two years, between 2010 and 2012.

Speaking exclusively to ITV News, he said that when sub-postmasters were required to balance their accounts, the call centre would be “back to back for hours” with queries.

Ex-Post Office investigator says he knew of Horizon issues but wasn’t ‘technically minded’

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Horizon inquiry: Post Office fraud investigator gives evidence

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You can’t minimize important matters

Post Office: Ex-boss who accused subpostmasters of having ‘their hand in the till’ under fire

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Post Office Horizon Inquiry Jason Beer & Tim Parker PART ONE

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5 jul 2024

This bloke looks and sounds like an alpaca NOT JOKING https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhVob… The look and the mmming sound he makes. He is another “I can’t recall” witness to the inquiry.

00:00 My intro
00:12 Intro
00:29 Faux Pas (thumbnail)
01:15 Work History
05:27 Before joining POL position (alpaca sounds start)
09:05 Paula Vennells not doing well in annual review in 2015
15:40 His appointment as Chair and project Sparrow and Panorama etc
20:51 Horizon protection
27:36 He does the numbers WRONG
31:30 He thinks people are tempted to take the cash
33:04 Did he know who wrote the note protecting Horizon?
34:11 A letter from the government – Baroness Neville-Rolff about Horizon problems
38:18 Another one who thinks “systemic” meaning is ambiguous
40:16 What info did he get when becoming Chair about Horizon issues
40:42 What did he know about Gareth Jenkins
42:17 I’m not a legal or I.T person… but look who is and where he gets his advice from
49:00 Independent review but he consults these two not so independents…
52:32 What was done with the ministers letter requests
55:05 Paula wants to delay meeting of 2nd Sight, government and Tim Parker
56:13 Why Jonathan Swift a lawyer lead review?
59:26 Authors of the review. Directly involved in convitions to assist Swift QC

Thank you for keeping interested in the Post Office scam and scandal the people involved will be glad to know their suffering and the efforts to get an inquiry hasn’t been for nothing.

Post Office Horizon Inquiry Tim Parker & Jason Beer PART 2 & 3

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5 jul 2024

At one point you might feel a bit sorry for him… until you get annoyed with yourself for doing so when Mr Beer gets more information out of him.

00:00 Part 2 Finding out Horizon info for himself and 2nd Sight
07:23 The Jonathan Swift Review
15:44 Jonathan Swift recommendations
28:06 Is Mr Beer getting under Tims skin? (!)
28:57 Swift Report distribution mistakes and secrecy
51:37 His error of judgement and the Board
1:00:30 How do you solve a problem like Tim Parker?
1:04:40 Is Mr Beer getting under Tims Skin? (2) THUMBNAIL
1:06:57 What was said about the Swift Review
1:10:54 MORE legal faffing around and he doesn’t know

Post Office Scandal: ‘Those at fault should contribute to compensation’ – energy secretary

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The Post Office Horizon IT Inquiry hears evidence from former chairman Tim Parker

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The inquiry will hear evidence from Tim Parker, former chair of Post Office Ltd.

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POST OFFICE SCANDAL: Ex-boss gives many reasons why he hasn’t said sorry to subpostmasters

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3 jul 2024

Post Office Horizon IT inquiry continues with evidence from Tim Parker, former chair of Post Office Ltd.

Mr Parker explains why there was no satisfactory way to say sorry to subpostmasters, as ‘people have kind of got a bit tired of that, and it all rings a bit hollow.’

POST OFFICE SCANDAL: Cringe moment ex-boss tries to defend only working ‘1 & half days a week’

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3 jul 2024

Post Office Horizon IT inquiry continues with evidence from Tim Parker, former chair of Post Office Ltd.

Mr Parker tries to explain how there was ‘a lot going on at the Post Office’ and that working only 1 and a half days a week was not the reason for making an error.

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