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Deputy sets deadline for illegal raid cost answers

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POLITICAL moves have been made to force the disclosure of how much taxpayer money has been spent in costs and damages following an unlawful police raid on a law firm's premises.

POLITICAL moves have been made to force the disclosure of how much taxpayer money has been spent in costs and damages following an unlawful police raid on a law firm's premises.

The Guernsey Press has been rebuffed despite repeated attempts to get Treasury and Resources to release the information.

Now Vale deputy Matt Fallaize, pictured, has given the Home Department until later this week to answer or face either written or oral questions in the States.

It follows two years of legal wrangling over a police raid of AFR Advocates' Court Place headquarters at 3am in June 2010.

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