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WARNING: Jolly Dive boat captain by name of Paul sexually harassed me

Discussion in 'Greater Caribbean and Bermuda' started by s_mc1998, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. Ayisha

    Ayisha DIR Practitioner

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Toronto, Canada
    I did read the report and he said that he was diving while the captain and OP were alone on board. He could only speak to events prior to and after the time of the alleged incident. Which is why I said that there is only one report about the time in question. Interesting that his long narrative of before and after has some people fooled into thinking that he was there during the alleged incident.

    What Jonny Wishbone wrote, quoted below, is pretty clear that she was not one of the investigating officers, but is familiar with the case file. Notice that Jonny has posted since each of our posts and has not addressed whether the officer was on the scene. He can certainly clarify if he would like.

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  2. Pedro Burrito

    Pedro Burrito Moderator Staff Member

    # of Dives: 5,000 - ∞
    Location: Boussens, Canton de Vaud, Suisse

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  3. Jonny Wishbone

    Jonny Wishbone Barracuda

    # of Dives: I just don't log dives
    Location: West Central Florida
    I would say that the woman i spoke with on the phone was just a desk officer who answers phone complaints and walk-ins. That is usually how a department is structured. I'm also guessing that because the department is so small and the area they cover is so small, that incidents and whats happening around their town get talked about and news travels fast. From how she spoke about it, it seemed her only knowledge was from a conversation she may have had with the actual responding officer and probably was only able to convey that officers opinion on the complaint. hope that clears up you're question.

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