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Hello, my name is Peter.
I'm a barrister.
I deal with sensitive issues every day, and obviously confidential issues too.
I have reviewed the files that you have uploaded but they are so heavily redacted that I cannot make sense of them I'm afraid.
I appreciate that you have also asked the question in a way that tries to keep things anonymous, and it may make perfect sense to you as you have the full background, but I cannot make sense of the question either, without the context.
I can offer a confidential email service if this assists?
My email Peter is email@example.com and I want to thank you for your kind attention and response.I know what you mean and what I was trying to explain to you is this and I hope it makes sense.A social work department covered up data and information that I passed over to them that showed and confirmed they had made terrible mistakes and were guilty of gross negligence over a number of years concerning a case they were involved in.I passed over documents and files that disclosed their mistakes that I had uncovered and then collated within documents to prove they had made terrible mistakes.These documents disclosed serious child protection concerns and serious criminal issues that should have been passed over to the Gardai/police.When they covered up this data within these documents was there an issue involving data protection where they had a clear duty of care to process all of this data and information fairly and lawfully especially where it concerned the safety of children and other persons involved in this case.
I've proposed the service for me to review the documents in an un-redacted form for you.
OK. I understand your frustrations. But I have to offer advice based on evidence and as it stands I can't actually see any evidence. I'll respectfully ***** ***** for a colleague to see if they can assist further for you. No need to reply as the message will just come back to me and delay the process of a colleague being able to pick this up. Thank you.