Thursday, 2 June 2016

Video of Adrian Lynch's Last Reported known Movements.





On the 4th/5th of December 2015 20-year-old Adrian Lynch went missing in Jersey after attending a work's party at the Merton Hotel. Six months later there is still no sign of Adrian despite efforts from the States of Jersey Police, the media, Adrian's parents, family and friends, making numerous appeals for people with any information to come forward.

Wednesday 1st June 2016 it was announced that an anonymous donor has, very generously, offered a £10,000 reward for anybody with information leading to Adrian being found. We understand that this has generated around half a dozen calls from the public to the police. It is unclear as to why the police themselves have/had not offered a reward sooner but we hope after the generosity of this member of the public, and the phone-calls to the police, it will yield some useful information in finding Adrian.


On the 18th May we published the latest timeline of Adrian's last known movements according to the States of Jersey Police. Although there are other theories/timelines which we will explore at a later date for the purpose of this posting we have, to the best of our ability, recreated (on video below) the latest official police version.

The States of Jersey Police, nor the media, (or anybody else to the best of our knowledge) have ever published any kind of a video reconstruction of Adrian's alleged last known movements. Maps of the area where Adrian was last seen, or walked, have been published, and as helpful as that is, if (like me) you are unfamiliar with the area, It's not quite as helpful as it could be.

With that in mind, Team Voice, who have walked the route Adrian is reported to have taken on a number of occasions, decided it would/could be helpful if we were to video the route (below) so people (who are unfamiliar with the area) could see for themselves those areas referred to on the maps published by the States of Jersey Police/Media.

We hope this might jog somebody's memory, people might recognise a road/lane/building that isn't apparent on the published maps, and be able to come forward with any information they might have.

As published on the Reward Poster (above) The States of Jersey Police can be contacted on (01534) 612612 or Crimestoppers can be contacted (anonymously) on 0800-555-111 or alternatively online at crimestoppers.uk.org.

For related Blogs published by Team Voice on the disappearance/police investigation of Adrian Lynch please click on the labels at the bottom of the posting. Alternatively please click on the links below.

Adrian Lynch still missing. DAY 5.
Adrian Lynch still missing. DAY 7/8

Adrian Lynch still missing. DAY/13/14

Adrian Lynch still missing. DAY 31/32

Adrian Lynch still missing. DAY 35/36


Adrian Lynch Investigation. QUESTIONS TO THE STATES OF JERSEY POLICE.

Adrian Lynch UPDATE.







24 comments:

  1. If you have any difficulty watching the video you can watch it direct on Youtube.

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    1. Polo.

      Thanks for that. I tried watching it from an iPad, on the Blog, and some important text is not showing up on the right-hand-side of the screen in the video.

      There's no problem watching it on Youtube HERE.

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  2. Great piece of work from the voice team. To think they want to clamp down on the blogs. Thank you for taking the time to do this.

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  3. Is Jersey all about money... 6 people come forward once they hear there is a £10,000 reward. Have they been on Mars these past 6 months?

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  4. Lots of places where Adrian would've been walking, in the dark, early hours of the morning, no footpath in most parts. I've often wondered if someone had hit him in a vehicle and then panicked.
    I hope every day that he'll be found and his family gain some answers xx

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  5. This is looking like a right mess. Where is the leadership from the jersey police. Hope the family can find closure soon.

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  6. How very sad and indicative of the Jersey Way that the lure of money can hold such an attraction. What does this say about people's morals and principles when the Police have been seeking this information for 6 months, and only now, with the prospect of £10,000 dangling like a carrot in front of a donkey, have people 'remembered' something.

    However, this aside I do hope that this produces an outcome for Adrian's family who have, and still are, had to suffer the most awful agonies over their sons disappearance. That is what should have brought people out of the woodwork and not any reward.

    Just one comment regarding the Anonymous comment at 8.23, I seem to recall Graham Power had his reputation left in tatters and was vilified for his lack of a public profile over Haut de la Garenne. Eerr, pardon me asking but where oh where has Mike Bowron been in all this?? Will he suffer the same fate?!

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  7. We at Team Voice decided to grab the camera and head up Carrefour Salous in the pissing rain to make a short video. After 6 months no one had bothered to do anything including the police. Now hopefully they will spend a little money and do a full reconstruction. Adrian is still out their waiting for the cavalry in new BMW's.

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    1. Thought you were creating a new post?

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  8. Don't forget the expensive bullet proof windows as well as the expensive new BMW's. All at Jersey tax payers expense. But will this help to make our Police Force do a better job?

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  9. A few months ago Mike CO of SOJP was pleading poverty - he could not even afford to replace his missing officers and he wanted more resources to pursue fraudsters etc, - so we can expect action soon on BHS..... All of a sudden he has received 320,000 EU euros to spend on a very tightly guarded CYBER CRIME project managed from Eastern Europe (and we the Jersey public cannot be consulted) and now he is recruiting 10 officers to train up (min 5 years residence), he prefers his officers to drive a BMW and he will soon have his spanking new POLICE HQ to move into....has SOJP won the (UK) Lottery ?

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  10. Hi Voice- I just wanna say you are a top journalist. Thank you for all you and the other members of Team Voice do to keep us alert to issues of great importance that so often otherwise fade and eventually disappear from the MSM / establishment radar in Jersey. This island is 45 mile square- the answers to Adrian's disappearance is on-island- his life is important to us all, and without doubt to his family, who, could have so easily been my family....or your friend's family, or....your family. The evidence is our there and it can, and must be solved for our confidence, and for Adrian's family peace. Thank you

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    1. "keep us alert to issues of great importance that so often otherwise fade and eventually disappear from the MSM / establishment radar in Jersey"

      Quite so .......and more importantly not allow 'unaccredited' truths on to the island radar in the first place.

      4 Mar 2008:
      http://freespeechoffshore.nl/stuartsyvretblog/the-jersey-media/

      4 February 2014:
      http://thebaldtruthjersey.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/jep-at-centre-of-island-lies-since-1890.html

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    2. Could anyone put a direct link to the two blog pieces highlighted above please? Ta!

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    3. Stuart's blog
      4 Mar 2008:
      Link

      Trevor's blog
      4 February 2014:
      Link

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  11. STILL NOT FIT FOR PURPOSE

    In May or June 2015, a child social care consultant and former Ofsted inspector called Mary Varley conducted an audit of Jersey's Children's Services Department, which has never been published.

    At the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry on Wednesday, 17 February 2016, the former Interim Head of Children's Services, Josephine Olsson, said Mary Varley's report was a "devastating" assessment of Children's Services.


    The report is only now available for download at:
    https://www.gov.je/Government/Pages/StatesReports.aspx?ReportID=2097

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  12. www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-jersey-35605076

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    A former manager of Jersey's children's services still has "great concerns" about the way vulnerable children are cared for, the Care Inquiry into historical child abuse has heard.
    Josephine Olsson ran Children's Services as an interim manager for 12 months up until August.
    The professional culture was "archaic", "hierarchical", "paternalistic", "moribund", "under-developed", with "too many internal promotions" and "systemic weakness at director level", she said.
    "Team managers were being advised not to take appropriately assertive action and as a consequence children were left unprotected for extended periods of time - and by that I mean years.
    "I did not leave the island believing that children were safe, and I still have great concerns about their safety," she said.
    Ms Olsson also said the island's justice system is inherently conflicted because prosecutors were also legal advisors to States departments.

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    Did Syvret sacrifice his career for nothing or are we going to sort this out?

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    1. Ms Olsson also said the island's justice system is inherently conflicted because prosecutors were also legal advisors to States departments.

      ....... the nub of the issue

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  13. We have been totally vindicated in saying that the vulnerable children of jersey are exactly that STILL VULNERABLE.

    More importantly it shows the Jersey Care Enquiry that the establishment line of "LESSONS HAVE BEEN LEARNT" is a load of complete bo..ocks.

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  14. 9 June 2016 at 2:49pm

    Jersey Police to revisit areas as part of efforts to find missing Adrian Lynch
    States of Jersey Police officers are to revisit search areas, as part of efforts to find missing islander Adrian Lynch.

    Areas that have previously been searched will be revisited by officers in the next few weeks.

    The force has reviewed the results of 700 individual searches, and identified areas they think ought to be re-checked.

    20-year-old Adrian disappeared after attending a work Christmas party, more than 6 months ago.


    New leads?

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    1. Nice bit of over time.

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    2. Will Bow-wow Bowron will personally be repeating a inch by inch search for readily available talent in the precinct?

      Ineffectual police poodle still on the same leash !

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    3. on the same "lead", even

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  15. Give the dog a bone9 June 2016 at 20:13

    www.bailiwickexpress.com/jsy/news/company-400k-states-loan-disappears-canbedone-all-over-again/?t=i#.V1m5tdQrJR0


    http://planetjersey.co.uk/forum/index.php?PHPSESSID=sc0gueg38d0dqc780efe7b1um4&topic=2537.75

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