“Clarification is not to clarify things. It is to put one’s self in the clear” – why the Cormac-gate review must ask the right questions

Posted By on 14th November 2020

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  1. I fully agree with all that Mr Bennetts has said here.
    I feel that it is time for the two women, Kennaly and O’sullavan, to both return to their London swamp, and we can then employ proper people to run our country of Kernow. . We have in the past had bad people in charge of the legal bits on CC they have caused us a lot of problems. We did rid ourselves of them in the end, when it was too late for us. We do not wish to do this again.
    Elizabeth Hawken

  2. GRAHAM SMITH CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR DOGGED PURSUIT OF THE UNDOUBTED SHENANIGANS AND IRREGULARITIES ORBITING AROUND THE ”ARMS LENGTH” CORSERV CORPORATE STRUCTURE AND THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR ITS DIS-ORGANISTATION.

    THE WHOLE THING IS A FARRAGO OF FALSEHOODS AND ILLUSIONS IN THE FINEST SMOKE AND MIRRORS TRADITION OF INCOMPETENT POLITICALLY MOTIVATED ”TRUTH BROKERS” LIKE COUNCILLOR PAYNTER.

    SO COUNCILLOR JULIAN RAND KNEW NOTHING?

    WELL WHAT THE HELL WAS HE DOING ON THE CORSERV BOARD?

    NO DOUBT ”KNOWING NOTHING” DID NOT PREVENT HIM FROM COLLECTING HIS DIRECTORS FEE.

      • Graham Smith thank you for the clarification my post has been amended to reflect this as the other side are muddying the waters enough already without further help from others.

        Thank you for your fearless reporting it is appreciated more than you may think, I just wish more would support you by subscribing.

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