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'Please remove 'Jersey FSC v. Sandra Esnouf' content', asks Sandra Esnouf

January 17, 2018 by Sandra Esnouf

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Hello I have spoken to citizens advice in Jersey and they said if I contact the relevant companies directly stories on “google searches” in my name can be removed upon request. This public statement is on the FSC website so there is no need to keep it on a google search. I have been discriminated against in the island because google stories are coming up for something which happened in 2014 (but not dealt with until 2016). I have written to my local news papers, the FSC and even the police. The papers are removing their stories please can you do the same from “GOOGLE” thank you.

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  • David Marchant
    By David Marchanton Tuesday, April 3, 2018 11:44:11 AM

    So, in a nutshell, you stole money from your employer, went to prison, you're out and you're now trying to erase evidence of your dishonesty from the public arena and are lying to do so, e.g. newspapers are not "removing their stories", stories such as one found at https://www.bailiwickexpress.com/jsy/news/jersey-woman-jailed-stealing-18000/#.WmC-0JM-dTY. Needless to say, we will not be granting your request to 'remove my name from Google searches'.

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