The Ministry of Justice has been slammed over a clerical error by which a jailed stalker obtained a letter outlining his sufferer’s psychological report.
Rhianon Bragg, 50, solely realized this month that intimate particulars of her medical classes had been despatched to her stalker Gareth Wyn Jones in jail again in February.
Jones is serving a four-and-a-half yr sentence for stalking Ms Bragg and violent offences, together with holding her hostage at gunpoint for eight hours.
Ms Bragg fears the contents of the letter might give Jones ‘ammunition’ to come back after her once more when he’s freed.
He may have his matter heard by the parole board in 2023.
The Ministry of Justice has been slammed over a clerical error by which a jailed stalker obtained a letter outlining his sufferer’s psychological report (file picture)
The Ministry of Justice has described the error as ‘unacceptable’ and vowed to launch an investigation into the way it occurred.
It is understood as a part of the parole course of, Jones was despatched a file about his case which included the report mistakenly.
Ms Bragg, a mom of 4, informed The Guardian: ‘It is a fully horrendous state of affairs. They shared with him my psychological well being evaluation, my analysis. They’ve shared intimate details about me and the kids.
‘You need to preserve the whole lot from an individual like him. I can not get my head across the severity of the injury this may trigger. They’ve given ammunition to a harmful man. What further measures shall be taken now to guard us?’
Ms Bragg was in a relationship with Jones for 5 years. When the connection led to 2019, he resorted to stalking.
The parole listening to, which was initially scheduled for this month however has been delayed because of the mishap, shall be held in non-public for the sake of Jones’s psychological well being.
Ms Bragg extensively campaigned for it to be a public listening to.
She mentioned: ‘His privateness is flagged up as a vital human proper and adhered to completely. But there was a whole failure to have the identical stage for my rights. It makes my human rights, not for the primary time, appear inconsequential to the prison justice system.’