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Bonkers Blog March 2018

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9 March (Part 3) - An independent look at the Fothergill case

KnightThose of you not yet bored to death by Maxine Fothergill’s harassment allegations may care to take a look at the 853 blog where Darryl Chamberlain explains a little of went on. He reveals some things that are yet to appear on Bonkers, in particular that the Councillor persuaded Kent Police that she was found not guilty of breaching Bexley Council’s Code of Conduct contrary to what may still be read on Bexley’s website.

She claimed that she was “not guilty, other than how this could have been perceived in the public eye”.

This effrontery is on a par with going into the High Court with forged letters.


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