2019 – 48 – nmc
It would appear that, upon her rather dramatic exit from the SO’s office, she submitted her malicious IR to Security (see 2019-42). So what do you think Security do once they receive their (alleged) intelligence? Well, one thing they do is determine the reliability of the information; that seems like a sensible action to take. How do you think they do this?
Speak to the source? Speak to the prisoner? Speak to other staff who were witnesses? Speak to anyone? No, they have a grid… yes, a grid to determine reliability. If the information comes from a member of staff it would be ranked in the ‘reliable’ area; a prisoner, predictably, would be ‘unreliable’ as a source.
Do you now see how easy it is for a member of staff to fabricate a malicious allegation against a prisoner? Put another way: ‘all staff are honest and all prisoners are dishonest.’ The ridiculousness of this mind set would be comical were it not for the damage it causes. Well, that nurse really overplayed her hand – all the conversations were witnessed by senior officers and I challenge anyone to find any previous file entry of me threatening staff (or prisoners) in the 16 1/2 years in prison – this is just not my mode of communication.
You think it couldn’t get any worse – it gets much worse…
Be happy, be safe and be kind.
Graham Coutts, 26th September 2019