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The UK’s Crown public body of the Government of the United Kingdom on employment, ACAS, makes the following statements on Social Media - Discipline and Grievance:


“An employer should include social networking

in their discipline and grievance policy,

giving clear examples of what will be regarded as gross misconduct -

for example, posting derogatory or offensive comments on the internet...”

Adrian Kelly’s ultimate employer, The University of Oxford, posts the following in its

University Policy and Procedure on Harassment”:


“The University does not tolerate any form of harassment.

Harassment is unacceptable.”


“Those in positions of authority have formal responsibilities...

to make every effort to ensure that harassment and victimisation do not occur...

and, if they do occur, any concerns are investigated promptly and effectively.”



Adrian Kelly’s ultimate employer, The University of Oxford, posts the following in its

Code of Discipline”:


“No member of the University shall in a university context

intentionally or recklessly: engage in

violent, indecent, disorderly, threatening, or offensive behaviour or language;”

On Sunday 2 June 2019, after the Police were called to Adrian Kelly’s home,

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee

filed a formal grievance against Mr Kelly with his employer, Balliol College.


Over one year later, Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh

has still not investigated the serious grievance,

in clear violation of its statues.

Helen Ghosh and Adrian Kelly plead with the IISL

not to report on their unethical behaviour

On Monday 12 August 2019, the Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh,

instead of investigating the serious grievances against Adrian Kelly

made by the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee,

indirectly contacted the IISL (on Mr Kelly’s behalf),

asking the internationally-renowned ethics and leadership think-tank

not to report on the unethical behaviour of Ms Ghosh and Mr Kelly.


The IISL has respectfully declined their request,

as it will not be intimidated by any bullying from any individual or organisation.


As an independent research and news entity,

the IISL will continue to ethically report cases of unethical behaviour

under the legal principles of “Open Justice

in order to hold those in positions of power accountable

(as the UK legal system is built on the premise that

justice can not occur in the dark, in the absence of scrutiny

and that “sunlight is the best antiseptic”),

especially as Balliol College is a registered UK charity

in receipt of UK public funds and/or tax-exempt status.


The IISL welcomes Ms Ghosh and Mr Kelly to point out any errors in reporting any facts

and they will be seriously considered and corrected if proven to be false.

Otherwise harassing threats, without specific legitimate critiques will not be tolerated

and the IISL (and any of its Fellows) reserves the right

to pursue legal action against Ms Ghosh and Mr Kelly.


Postscript:

The IISL has been research and reporting this fascinating ethics case study for months,

and not once has Ms Ghosh or Mr Kelly ever contacted the IISL

with any specific concerns of defamation so that the IISL might address them.

Adrian Kelly’s employer, Balliol College posts the following in its

Academic Staff Harassment Procedure”:


“The University and Balliol College are committed to maintaining a working,

learning and social environment in which the rights and dignity of all members

of the university community... are respected.”


“... complaints of harassment, bullying or other inappropriate behaviour...

will be investigated in line with the appropriate procedures.”


Definition of Harassment:

violating that other’s dignity, or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment for that other.”


Examples of Bullying and/or Harassing Behaviour:

Offensive comments or body language;

Verbal or physical threats;

Insulting, abusive, patronising behaviour or comments;

Humiliating, intimidating, and/or demeaning criticism;

Open hostility;

Publishing, circulating or displaying...

sexually suggestive or otherwise offensive pictures or other materials;

Invasion of space...”

Adrian Kelly’s clear violation of

Harassment and Disciplinary Policies

of the University of Oxford and Balliol College

Adrian Kelly was evicted from Balliol College flat

after the Police were called on him and

a formal grievance was filed against him

On Sunday 2 June 2019, after the Police were called to Adrian Kelly’s home,

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee

filed a formal grievance against Mr Kelly with his employer, Balliol College.


On 4 June 2019 the Oxford Trustee unequivocally stated to the Balliol Master

that she and her family could not live near Mr Kelly.


On 5 June 2019 Mr Kelly made an apparent admission of guilt to the Balliol Master:


“[The Oxford Trustee] might be relieved to know that we’re moving out ASAP.”


On 6 June 2019 the Balliol Master informed the Oxford Trustee

that Mr Kelly would be moving out:


“I have had a conversation with Adrian.  I have told him of your concerns.

He and his family will be moving out...”


Mr Kelly moved out of the Balliol flat soon thereafter.


On 16 July 2019 Mr Kelly admitted to the Balliol Master that he was evicted:


“... leading to our removal from our home.”


On 15 August 2019 Mr Kelly once again admitted that it was not his choice to leave:


“... we had to move house...”


On another occasion, Mr Kelly reiterated that he had been evicted:


“... recent behaviour... forced my family and I to leave our flat

at very short notice... and move to another house...”



Postscript 1:

An investigation into the Oxford Trustee’s serious grievance against Mr Kelly revealed:


“... both Dr Kelly and [his wife] were both clearly upset

at the manner in which they and their family had to move out suddenly

from the flat which had been their home for many years. 

It was particularly disruptive and difficult for their two children.”

“The Kellys were very obviously genuinely distressed and emotional...

about leaving their home suddenly...”


It is therefore clear that Mr Kelly was forced out of his flat against his will

after the Oxford Trustee unequivocally told the Balliol Master

that she could no longer live with Mr Kelly as a neighbour.


It is very telling that it was not the innocent Oxford Trustee

who had to move out.



Postscript 2:

Mr Kelly has cost Balliol College thousands of pounds in losses,

as the Balliol Master, Helen Ghosh has not re-let the Balliol flat

after Mr Kelly was forced to leave months ago,

draining away precious College resources.


In fact, Ms Ghosh has not even begun to clean-up the trashed flat,

(e.g. removing graffiti from the walls)

so that it can once again be a source of income for the college.

.

Adrian Kelly and Simon Skinner appear to stalk

innocent teenage son of University of Oxford Trustee

On Tuesday 25 June 2019, at approximately 4:45 pm,

(just two days after issuing death threats to

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee),

Adrian Kelly brought Balliol Fellow, Simon Skinner to the home of the Oxford Trustee

where they silently walked up to her 16-year-old son’s bedroom window & looked inside.


“I watched them as they walked up our driveway and looked inside my window.

When they saw me looking at them, they ran away.”

(Eyewitness testimony)


When Mr Skinner saw that the surprised 16-year-old caught him peering into his window,

an embarrassed Mr Skinner immediately fled the premises and Mr Kelly scurried home.


The family of the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee

have stated that if either man stalked their home and invaded their privacy ever again,

they would call the police and press charges.


To date, neither Mr Skinner nor Mr Kelly have repeated this illegal and ill-advised stunt.

Adrian Kelly loses election for Oxford’s Highest-Ranking Ethics Officer and retaliates against winner

In 2018, after Adrian Kelly’s failed bid in an election to the highest ethics office

at the University of Oxford to a beloved ethical female Professor,

he ostensibly retaliated with a campaign of harassment and bullying

against the innocent, victimised Professor and her family,

falsely and maliciously accusing them of, among other things, paedophilia.


The malicious allegations were so patently false,

that the Police, Balliol College and the University of Oxford refuse to investigate.

Balliol Master, Helen Ghosh, violates Balliol Statutes

in investigating serious grievance against Adrian Kelly

Adrian Kelly shouts at, bullies and tries to intimidate

Oxford Trustee into withdrawing her grievance against him

On Wednesday 22 May 2019, Adrian Kelly met with

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee

in her Balliol office to try to intimidate her into withdrawing her grievance against him.


Mr Kelly began the meeting by commenting that

he liked to sit on chairs that are higher than his Balliol students’ chairs,

so that he could look down on them and have power over them.


Mr Kelly, exhibiting “toxic masculinity”,

began to bully and intimidate the Oxford Trustee.

He got up, stood over the innocent woman, raised his voice and angrily demanded

that she withdraw her allegations against him.



Postscript: Mr Kelly admits in Balliol Investigation to abuse and misconduct


An investigation into the Oxford Trustee’s serious grievance against Mr Kelly

revealed that Mr Kelly admitted that he was “loud” and used “frank words”

against the frightened female Trustee.


The investigator reported that Mr Kelly:

“...got up and looked at her in a threatening and intimidating way.”


Mr Kelly admitted that the Oxford Trustee responded:

“Are you threatening me?”


In addition, Mr Kelly admitted to violence and abuse

in a previous interaction with the Oxford Trustee when he stated:

“This was not achieved without noise, exertion - or swearing - on my part.”


The investigator admitted that Mr Kelly’s behaviour was

uncomfortable, unpleasant and intimidating:

“I can understand how...

that was uncomfortable for [the Oxford Trustee] and her family.

It seems to me that it must have been unpleasant...

and it was understandably perceived by her to be intimidating.”

Unacceptable Delays


On Sunday 2 August 2019, two months after the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee filed a formal grievance against Mr Kelly on 2 June 2019, the Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh, finally made a proposal for the investigation.


The Balliol College Statutes, Chapter XII, Part VI, clause 32 states: 

"The aim of this Part is to settle or redress individual grievances promptly,

fairly and so far as may be, within the relevant area

by methods acceptable to all parties.” 


In addition, Balliol College’s “Academic Staff Harassment Procedure” states:

“Complaints of harassment will be resolved promptly... as quickly as possible.”


The Oxford Trustee has declared the grievance to have not been dealt with promptly

nor is the method proposed fair or acceptable as it violates the Balliol College Statutes as well as the UK’s Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) recommendations.



Unacceptable Process


As the grievance has now entered the formal process stage, there is only one way

the Balliol College Statutes define the investigation be done:

via a Grievance Committee (Chapter XII, Part VI, Paragraph 35).


In this case, the Balliol College Governing Body, not the Master,

is to establish a three-person investigative body,

comprising a Balliol Fellow, a Balliol Professorial Fellow and a Chairman (who should be the Balliol Visitor, Lord Reed, the Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court),

given the stature of the Oxford Trustee and the serious nature of the allegations.


Ms Ghosh is instead proposing to violate Balliol College’s checks and balances

and appoint and control an external investigatory organisation to make findings,

as she ostensibly does not have confidence in Balliol’s Statues, nor in its Governing Body, which she stated:

“...would be very likely to generate a great deal of heat but very little light.”


If Ms Ghosh had followed the Balliol College Statutes

and asked the Balliol College Governing Body to establish a Grievance Committee,

this could have easily been done at the College meeting on 24 June 2019,

three weeks after the Oxford Trustee filed her serious formal grievance.

As Ms Ghosh refused to act, the next College meeting is not until October 2019,

making it over four months until the serious grievance against Mr Kelly is heard.


Finally, it is important to note that

previous “Integral” Masters had the wisdom to resolve such conflicts

fairly and informally, without the need for a a Grievance Committee.

To the contrary, Ms Ghosh’s “Modular” management style fuels conflict,

requiring the Balliol College Governing Body to establish a Grievance Committee.


It is ironic that by Ms Ghosh not following the Balliol College Statutes,

her negligent actions are what is generating

“a great deal of heat but very little light.”

Ms Ghosh’s authoritarian overreach and mockery of the Balliol College Statutes

is unacceptable to the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer,

who certainly welcomes the Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court

to investigate Adrian Kelly’s malicious allegations that

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer is a paedophile,

as well as Mr Kelly’s physical abuse of a puppy

and his psychological and verbal abuse of his colleagues and students.


This landmark grievance will certainly generate both light and heat.

Lord Reed

Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court

and Visitor of Balliol College

Helen Ghosh

Master of Balliol College

Adrian Kelly hypocritically poses as a Communist while secretly sending his daughter to elite Independent School

& lives in College housing despite owning a private home 

Mr Kelly appears to carefully cultivate a public image as a Balliol Communist/Socialist,

with his abusive tweets militantly targeting the Right,

while advocating for greater access to the University of Oxford from State Schools.


Meanwhile, Mr Kelly is secretly sending his daughter

to an elite Private/Independent School.

Balliol Master sends lawyers to the home of Oxford Trustee to attempt to harass, intimidate and silence her

At 4pm on Thursday 15 August 2019, the Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh,

instead of investigating the serious grievances against Adrian Kelly

filed over two months ago by

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee,

continued her unethical campaign of harassment and bullying against

the innocent, ethical Oxford Trustee,

by wasting Balliol College’s notoriously scarce financial resources

to hire a firm of solicitors to harass the Oxford Trustee at her home,

ostensibly trying to intimidate the Oxford Trustee

to drop her serious grievance against the abusive Adrian Kelly

and/or to somehow apply pressure to the IISL to do something it is unable to do:

fear threats from unethical bullies.


In order to try to intimidate the Oxford Trustee,

Ms Ghosh sent a 24-year-old paralegal named James Owen

(who received 2 Cs at GCSE level), and who works for

a little-known, regional law firm in Oxford called Knights plc.


Knights plc is a modular, cost-focused, growth-based law firm listed on the stock market.

Knights plc is unsurprisingly located near the carpark of a shopping mall,

next to an abandoned petrol station, a derelict HomeBase, a SportsDirect

and across the street from a McDonalds fast food restaurant.

Helen Ghosh accused at previous employer of

“Disgraceful Dictatorial Bullying” and “Mafia Tactics”,

being “Increasingly Arrogant” and “A Nasty Piece of Work”

After over 750 years of peaceful prosperity and academic success,

led by countless male academic Masters, most with previous ties to Balliol,

who built Balliol into a global powerhouse,

Balliol College chose for the first time in three quarters of a millennium:

its first Master without formal previous links to Balliol,

its first non-academic Master, and

its first non-male Master.

It is important to note that none of these qualities should disqualify a Master.


However, Balliol took a big risk by hiring a person who was

greatly disparaged and maligned in her previous job at the National Trust for her

“disgraceful dictatorial bullying” and “mafia tactics”

(as defined by those who experienced her ethics).


According to them, this “increasingly arrogant” and “nasty piece of work

defines Helen Ghosh.


Unfortunately, it appears that there is a pattern to Ms Ghosh’s behaviour,

as she seems to be deploying the same

“disgraceful dictatorial bullying” and “mafia tactics”

at Balliol College.

Ms Ghosh’s first move since becoming Balliol Master in 2018,

was not to shore up Balliol’s depleting financial resources, nor to

try to bolster Balliol’s poor performance in the Oxford Norrington table, nor to

try to improve Balliol’s last place among Oxford Colleges in the ratio of women admitted,

but instead to spend excessive financial resources on renovating her office.


This move was not generally well-received by the Balliol Fellowship who elected her.


IISL research predicts that Ms Ghosh will not be re-elected

and will be the shortest-serving Balliol Master in recent history.

The Oxford Trustee and her family have stated that they reserve the right to pursue

legal action against Balliol College, Mr Kelly and Knights plc

(for whom they are vicariously liable)

for harassment under the 1997 Protection from Harassment Act.

As the Oxford Trustee had never once heard of any dispute that Balliol College allegedly had against her, nor could she fathom any basis for any alleged dispute against her,

she and her family were shocked and alarmed by

Balliol and their representative’s unethical behaviour.


The Oxford Trustee and her family firmly demanded that

Balliol’s harassing representative leave their premises immediately.

The shamed man wisely left in haste.


When the upset and shaken Oxford Trustee went inside to read the allegedly official legal letter that Balliol’s harassing representative had given her,

she was shocked to see that there was no mention of any dispute against her at all.


Balliol’s Master, Ms Ghosh, had simply used her well-known harassing and bullying tactics

to try to get the Oxford Trustee to either withdraw her serious grievance against Mr Kelly,

and/or to somehow get an internationally-renowned ethics think-tank

which she does not control, the IISL, to stop reporting on

Mr Kelly and Balliol College’s unethical behaviour.


In fact, Ms Ghosh had repeatedly sent the same harassing letter to the Oxford Trustee

on three separate occasions in less than two days:

the first time by email, the second time by mail

and the third time by a threatening and lying lawyer;

and this letter has nothing whatsoever to do with the innocent Oxford Trustee.

James Owen from Knights plc

trespassed, harassed and then made a video

of a Trustee of the University of Oxford

Ethics Scandal at Balliol College, Oxford


Fellow, Adrian Kelly accused of violence against animals, students and colleagues.

Master, Helen Ghosh initiates cover-up campaign and victimises the whistleblower,

a Trustee of the University of Oxford and its highest-ranking female ethics officer.

Grievances filed against Kelly & Ghosh involving Police & Supreme Court President.

This feminist heroine has had death threats made against her family

by Balliol College and has suffered tremendous psychological harm

at the hands the notoriously misogynist Balliol College...


... nevertheless, she persisted.

In the festive celebration at Balliol College on Wednesday 13 March 2019,

celebrating the first time in over 750 years that a woman represented the College

as the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer,

the celebrated Oxford Trustee thanked her loving husband and son

for their unwavering support in the challenging job she was about to undertake,

and promised to dedicate herself to bringing to the University of Oxford:

Knowledge and Courage.

Photograph by Stuart Bebb and the University of Oxford

“My experience of institutions such as universities is that they do not lack

in clear principles, ethical policies and mechanism for self-scrutiny,

but sometimes lack the courage to apply them

at both an individual and institutional level.


That Oxford created and is maintaining the proctorship

is a testimony to its vision and courage,

and it will therefore be an honour for me

to represent Balliol and the Congregation in this office.


I see the role of the Proctors not only as scrutinising the work

of the high-level administrators and the work of the University in general,

but also as being a bridge with the colleges

by asking the right type of questions and fostering fruitful debate.”

Balliol’s harassing lawyers, Knights plc return to the home of Oxford Trustee and continue to intimidate her family

At 17:01 on Friday 16 August 2019,

a man from Knights plc, described by an an eyewitness as

a heavy-set older man with grey hair wearing a blue fleece

arrived at the home of the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer,

trespassed on the Oxford Trustee’s property, stealthily snuck up to her door,

and without having the courage to knock or ring the doorbell

(as his junior colleague, James Owen, had done the day before),

hastily shoved a letter in the mail slot, signed by Philip Shaw

and quickly trotted back to his red Land Rover Discovery and sped away.


The man then drove around the block

and returned to the Oxford Trustee’s home approximately 2 minutes later,

ostensibly hoping to intimidate the Oxford Trustee’s family from his car,

as the junior paralegal James Owen, had done the day before.

IISL investigators have evidence to believe that this harassing individual is named

Philip John Shaw.


Mr Shaw is believed to be born in/around 1959.

The 60-year-old has only been with Knights plc for only a few months

as the result of his previous firm being acquired.


Mr Shaw studied at Kingston University (which is ranked #595 in the world),

as well as at The University of Law (which is unranked in the world).


In his leisure time, Mr Shaw enjoys “spinning”.

These harassing stunts by Knights plc new-hires,

who have a combined experience at Knights plc of 1 year and 3 months,

is clearly harming the reputation of Knights plc.

and will undoubtedly concern Knights’ CEO, David Beech

apparently seeking growth within the lucrative University of Oxford legal ecosystem.


The University of Oxford and its 30 Oxford colleges are carefully watching to see if harassing and intimidating a senior Oxford Trustee and her disabled husband

is a wise strategy,

and if it is the basis for a solid high-growth business model for Knights plc.


Mr Shaw and Mr Owen’s ill-advised harassment of a senior Oxford Trustee

has led to a grievance being filed against their client, Ms Ghosh of Balliol College,

which will undoubtedly lead to the termination of their lucrative contract with Balliol,

harming the reputation and finances of Knights plc.



Under the 1997 Protection from Harassment Act,

UK Supreme Court has ruled under Cox v Ministry of Justice that

Balliol College is “vicariously liable” for any harassment by its supplier/contractor

which is acting in the course of its business with Balliol College.


This means that Balliol College’s illegal “course of conduct” continues to grow,

adding significantly to Balliol Colleges’s legal and financial liability.


The senior Oxford Trustee and her family reserve the right to pursue legal action against

Balliol College and its legal advisor, Knights plc.

Harassing Letter from Knights plc


Unlike the previous day, when Balliol College and Knights plc sent a harassing letter to

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer,

this time, Knights plc sent a harassing letter to the disabled husband of the Oxford Trustee,

who is an internationally-renowned economist and professor

who has taught at leading universities around the world, including:

the University of Oxford, the London School of Economics

and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.


Mr Shaw’s harassing letter was rather embarrassing to Knights plc

for a number of reasons:


Mr Shaw repeatedly misattributed the ownership of the website

of the International Institute for Strategic Leadership to a specific person.

This is false.


Mr Shaw also stated that the IISL’s factual description of

Knights plc and James Owen

is somehow “unfair, untrue and defamatory”.


It is not clear how facts, which were obtained from both Knights plc and James Owen,

can somehow be described as “unfair, untrue and defamatory”.


The offices of Knights plc in Oxford are located next to the carpark of a shopping mall,

next to an abandoned petrol station, a derelict HomeBase, a SportsDirect

and across the street from a McDonalds fast food restaurant.  These are facts.

Mr Shaw appears to be embarrassed by the location of his office,

but this does not change the fact that he works in a building

which is located adjacent to an abandoned petrol station.

The IISL’s purpose in presenting these facts is merely to provide evidence

that Knights plc is a law firm whose corporate strategy is one of cost leadership,

which can (in certain circumstances) be a viable corporate strategy.

Such a categorisation is necessary to prove the theory of

The Evolution of Economic Ecosystems, which hypothesises that Balliol College’s

enterprise architecture is experiencing dis-Integration or Modularisation

which is the purpose of this IISL case study.

The IISL, or any other academic research or news organisation,

is not responsible for managing Mr Shaw’s apparent personal embarrassment

of the location of his workplace.


Similarly, James Owen publicly and proudly reports on his LinkedIn page

that he received 2 Cs at GCSE level.  This is a fact,

(just as it is a fact that the Oxford Trustee’s son received all A*s/9s on his GCSEs

and he will therefore never work for Knights plc).

Mr Shaw appears to be embarrassed by Mr Owen’s academic performance,

but this does not change the fact that Mr Owen received 2 Cs at GCSE level.

The IISL’s purpose in presenting this fact is merely to provide evidence

that Knights plc is a law firm whose corporate strategy is not one of differentiation,

but one of cost leadership, which can be a viable corporate strategy.

Such a categorisation is necessary to prove the theory of

The Evolution of Economic Ecosystems, which hypothesises that Balliol College’s

enterprise architecture is experiencing dis-Integration or Modularisation

which is the purpose of this IISL case study.

The IISL, or any other academic research or news organisation,

is not responsible for managing Mr Shaw’s apparent personal embarrassment

of his colleague’s academic performance at GCSE level.


The IISL welcomes Knights plc to point out any errors in reporting any facts

and they will be seriously considered and corrected if proven to be false.

Otherwise harassing threats, without specific legitimate critiques will not be tolerated

and the IISL (and any of its Fellows) reserves the right

to pursue legal action against Knights plc.


Although the IISL remains unaware which statements are alleged to be defamatory,

top Oxford-based academics, experienced in High Court legal matters

have assessed that Knights plc’s harassing threats are baseless

on the multiple grounds of Truth, Honest Opinion and Public Interest,

as defined in The Defamation Act, 2013.


IISL Fellows (and members of the media)

can request a copy Mr Shaw’s harassing letter

at the IISL Fellows portal.



Postscript 1:

Ms Ghosh hired unethical lawyers who bullied and harassed the senior Oxford Trustee.

As a result, the Ethical Trustee refuses to interact with the unethical lawyers.


Therefore when the Oxford Trustee sends critical information directly to the barrister,

Eleanor Grey, QC it has been blocked.


Ms Ghosh’s unethical practices therefore add unnecessary delays into a critical process.



Postscript 2:

Knights plc have visited this IISL webpage on more than 100 separate occasions,

driving up the count and publicity of this webpage,

increasing its search status in Google searches of Mr Kelly and Balliol College

drawing more unwanted attention to its clients.



Postscript 3:

The International Institute for Strategic Leadership has existed for nearly 20 years,

providing world-class academic research and teaching through its case studies

(like this one on corruption at Balliol College, Oxford).


The research has been based out of leading institutions around the world

including Balliol College, Oxford (a sponsor and beneficiary of this research).


The results have also been taught at leading universities around the world

including the University of Oxford’s Said Business School

and which have also been disseminated to executives, academics and journalists

around the world on this website

in more than 3,000 cities in 152 countries on 6 continents

(see a further description of this in the webpage below).


While a few unethical individuals and organisations have attempted to sue the IISL

for conducting ethics case studies on their unethical behaviour,

none have been successful in the past 20 years.


Those few unethical individuals

who have unsuccessfully attempted to illegally harass and bully the IISL

have lost their jobs (including senior lawyers and large international law firms)

as is well-documented in a number of the IISL’s ethics case studies.


The IISL thanks Balliol College for its support of this research over the years

will continue to conduct world-class academic research on this case study

and disseminate its findings to the world as it has always done.


Mr Shaw and Knights plc have threatened legal action against the IISL,

and the IISL will continue to conduct research and publish its findings of these threats

both online and in teaching case studies at leading business schools around the world

in order that the public can learn about the nature of organisational bullying in general, and the ethical character Mr Shaw and Knights plc in particular.

A solicitor from Knights plc named Philip John Shaw

ostensibly trespassed and harassed the family of  a Trustee of the University of Oxford

Knights plc’s major clients include: Paddy Power (the gambling app)

and Keele University (which is ranked #625 in the world),

demonstrating the strength and depth of Balliol College’s legal providers.


As part of Balliol’s ongoing campaign of harassment and bullying of the Oxford Trustee,

Balliol’s legal representative lied to, then threatened the innocent Trustee,

stating that Balliol College inexplicably has a legal dispute with her.

He then harassed her  by making a video of the innocent Trustee.

The International Institute for Strategic Leadership

is an internationally-renowned award-winning ethics think-tank founded in 2001,

which has been based out of the world’s leading universities including:

MIT, the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics,

providing world-class academic research and teaching through its case studies.


Thanks to all the interest and support that the IISL has received from around the world,

the IISL will continue to follow this extraordinary ethics case study to its completion.

Application of the Theory of

THE EVOLUTION OF ECONOMIC ECOSYSTEMS

to the Dis-Integration of Balliol College

The International Institute for Strategic Leadership (IISL)

is an internationally-renowned award-winning think-tank founded in 2001,

based out of the world’s leading universities including:

MIT, the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics,

which has generated world-class academic research

on The Evolution Of Economic Ecosystems (EEE),

which explaining the rise and fall of

business leaders, firms, industries and economies.


EEE was originally developed at MIT

and is the largest and most-downloaded PhD dissertation

in the history of the top-ranked university in the world in the world.

The International Institute for Strategic Leadership (IISL)

initiated research of the Evolution of Educations Ecosystems

with a case-study of Balliol College, Oxford in 2005.


The IISL is grateful for the support of Balliol College over the past 15 years,

especially under the “Integral” leadership of

Masters Andrew Graham and Sir Drummond Bone.

Executive Summary:

Over the past 750 years, Balliol College has followed the trajectory predicted by EEE

of maintaining is “Integral Enterprise Architecture” which generates

Radical Product Innovation”, which is central to Balliol’s long-term success

in a nascent Education Ecosystem.


EEE predicts that Balliol will undergo pressures

for its Enterprise Architecture to “dis-integrate” or “Modularise”,

and early empirical evidence includes the arrival of a

“Modular” Master, Helen Ghosh who predictably takes a

short-term, transactional, fear-based approach,

as opposed to the long-term, trust-based approach of her predecessors.


The case study of “Modular” Adrian Kelly,

whose dysfunctional organisational bullying

was suppressed under the “Integral” leadership of

Masters Andrew Graham and Sir Drummond Bone,

is now amplified under the “Modular” management of Ms Ghosh.


IISL research on EEE, predicts the systematic decline of Balliol’s performance

under the “Modular” management of Ms Ghosh

which unleashes and amplifies the systemic bullying of “Modular” staff like Kelly


An empirical contradiction is exposed through this case study.

“Integral” leadership is typified theoretically by “feminine” characteristics,

yet is empirically embodied by male Masters like Graham and Bone.


Conversely,

“Modular” management is typified theoretically by “masculine” characteristics,

yet is empirically embodied by the female Master Ghosh

(also exhibited most recently in Theresa May’s unsuccessful Prime Ministership).

The IISL can confirm that the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee

did not commission this IISL case study, nor did she authorise the use of any content contained in this case study.


If any party can find any errors or false claims inadvertently made in this important case study,

please contact the IISL immediately with any concerns and/or further evidence, at postmaster@ii-sl.org.

Trustee of the University of Oxford

and its highest-ranking female ethics officer

files Formal Grievance against Balliol Master, Helen Ghosh

On Monday 19 August 2019,

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee

was forced to file a formal grievance against the Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh.


This is believed to be the first time that a formal grievance has been filed against

a Master of Balliol College in its 750+ year history

(and certainly a first in recent memory),

and it comes after less than 17 months that Ms Ghosh has been in post.

Helen Ghosh

Beleaguered Master of Balliol College

Balliol Master, Helen Ghosh once again threatens

Trustee of the University of Oxford

and its highest-ranking female ethics officer

On Friday 16 August 2019,

Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh sent a threatening email to

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee.

(The IISL notes that Ms Ghosh did not have the courage to contact

the IISL directly with any concerns that she might have

but instead, she found it easier to bully a younger female).


In yet another example of Ms Ghosh’s infamous

“disgraceful dictatorial bullying” and “mafia tactics”,

Ms Ghosh threatened the Oxford Trustee that

Balliol College would pursue legal action against the Oxford Trustee and her husband

if she spoke to her husband,

who is acting as her “Ligitation Friend” in her grievances against Adrian Kelly.


The bullying authoritarian Balliol Master has now gone on record as attempting to

censor and prohibit communication between husbands and wives at Balliol College.

It is anticipated that such draconian dictatorial fiat

will not go down well with the Balliol Fellowship who will decide Ms Ghosh’s fate.



In a major irony of this unfolding ethics case study,

Ms Ghosh’s dictatorial fiat directly contradicts Balliol College’s policy on communication.


In 2018, the Oxford Trustee fought to make confidentiality

a cornerstone of Balliol College grievances among staff

in order to prevent malicious persons like Adrian Kelly from defaming innocent people.


Balliol College rejected the Oxford Trustee’s proposition,

arguing instead that it was important for people to be able to

communicate to others about their grievances.


Mr Kelly therefore took advantage of this confidentiality omission by Balliol College

by defaming the innocent Oxford Trustee,

while the innocent Oxford Trustee has maintained confidentiality

(only communicating with her her “Ligitation Friend”)

in spite of Balliol College’s lack of rules on confidentiality.



Although Balliol College does not control members of the public,

Ms Ghosh is attempting to do so with “disgraceful dictatorial bullying” & “mafia tactics”

by appearing to threaten the Oxford Trustee that she would lose her job and/or

Balliol College would pursue legal action against the Oxford Trustee and her husband

unless the Oxford Trustee were to bully and harass her own husband

(presumably through tactics like the withholding of sex or divorce threats).


It is not clear how Ms Ghosh (mis)treats her own husband, Peter Ghosh,

but the ethical Oxford Trustee refuses to harass and bully her own husband,

and defends his right to research and publish without fear and retribution,

as well as his right to protect and defend his family.

Postscript 1:


Balliol College’s Statutes and harassment procedures

have been exposed as being unfit for purpose.


Balliol College does not have separate staff harassment procedures,

and instead lazily uses the student harassment procedures for staff.


Within these amateurish documents,

a critical reference is incorrectly made to Statute X,

which should presumably be Statute XII,

rendering the document entirely unusable.


Ms Ghosh, who is responsible for these critical documents

has done nothing to make them fit for purpose.

Car driven by an employee of Knights plc seen speeding away from

the home of a Trustee of the University of Oxford

after he illegally trespassed and harassed her.

IISL investigators have further evidence to support that this car belongs to an employee of Knights plc, as it was found parked in the senior staff parking area of Knights plc.

The license plate provides further evidence.

(see photo below).

This evidence is critical to any pending lawsuit against Knights plc.

Car parked at Knights plc which was used on 16 August 2019

to illegally trespass and harass a Trustee of the University of Oxford.

Thanks to all the support that the IISL has received from around the world,

the IISL will continue to follow this extraordinary ethics case study to its completion.

On 2 September 2020, it will have been 15 months since

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee

filed a formal grievance against Mr Kelly with his employer, Balliol College.

To date, Balliol has still not investigated this serious grievance,

in fact, Balliol College has not yet even established a Grievance Committee

in accordance with Balliol College Statutes.


Below is the countdown to 15 months of negligent inaction:

Recently, in the largest lawsuits in the history of Higher Education,

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee and her family

successfully secured damaging findings in the UK High Court

against the London School of Economics for

multiple breaches of duty of care and breach of contract.


In this landmark trial, the LSE only delayed its investigation by one month.

Balliol College’s most Senior female Fellow & Oxford Trustee

files a formal grievance against Adrian Kelly

“Senior Fellow” of Balliol College, Sudhir Hazareesingh

harasses Balliol College’s most Senior female Fellow and

Oxford’s Highest-ranking female Ethics Officer and Trustee

On Tuesday 20 August 2019, the day after

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee

was forced to file a formal grievance against the Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh,

Balliol College’s “Senior Fellow” (an unelected position), Sudhir Hazareesingh

(having a rank of only Associate Professor)

harassed and victimised the female Oxford Trustee with a harassing email

for making a formal grievance against Ms Ghosh.


Mr Hazareesingh, ostensibly taking his authoritarian queues from Ms Ghosh,

committed multiple violations of Balliol College Statutes and associated policies:


  1. 1.He demanded that the Oxford Trustee’s grievance against Ms Ghosh be sent to him,

when the statues and policies clearly state that a grievance against the Master

is to be handled by a higher-ranking person.

He seemed to imply that the Oxford Trustee somehow needed his permission

to file a grievance against Ms Ghosh, and appeared unaware that the

grievance had already been initiated without his permission

as specified in the Balliol College Statutes.


  1. 2.He demanded that the Oxford Trustee’s grievance against Mr Kelly be sent to him,

when the statues and policies clearly state that it is to be sent to

a Grievance Committee established by the Balliol College Governing Body.

Mr Hazareesingh also knew that the Oxford Trustee had already provided

sufficient information months earlier to conduct the investigation.


  1. 3. He demanded that the Oxford Trustee’s grievances against Ms Ghosh and Mr Kelly,

be combined, which is unnecessary and a clear conflict.

In fact, he incorrectly stated that the investigation

into the formal grievance against Ms Ghosh

could not/would not begin without the grievance information on Mr Kelly.


  1. 4. He stated that as the Oxford Trustee had filed a formal grievance against Ms Ghosh,

that by extension she was filing a formal grievance against Balliol College.

This is completely false. The Master of Balliol College is not Balliol College.


  1. 5. He stated that Balliol College were appointing an external independent investigator,

which violates Balliol College Statutes.

As Mr Hazareesingh teaches Politics, one would have expected him to understand

the importance of the separation of the powers of Executive and Judicial functions,

which is laid out in the Balliol College Statutes,

specifically, Ms Ghosh can not define her own judge and jury.


  1. 6. He, like Ms Ghosh, continues to make false accusations that the Oxford Trustee

is responsible for the IISL, which the IISL strenuously denies.

He repeats Ms Ghosh’s false claims that the IISL is publishing

“scurrilous allegations”

yet he, like Ms Ghosh, have yet to provide evidence of any false claims made by the IISL.


  1. 7.Finally, without seeing the Oxford Trustee’s formal grievance against Ms Ghosh,

Mr Hazareesingh disingenuously declares it to be “frivolous”,

sending a clear signal about his intellectually dishonest bias.


The well-respected Vice-Master of Balliol College has disagreed with Mr Hazareesingh

declaring the Oxford Trustee’s serious grievance against Ms Ghosh is not “frivolous”.



Mr Hazareesingh’s ostensibly malicious and negligent claims

continue to add to this growing ethics scandal at Balliol College,

leaving current Balliol students and Old Members dumbfounded

as to what is behind such an apparently high-level cover-up

of such clearly unethical behaviour.


Mr Hazareesingh’s apparent unethical behaviour

has shocked and surprised many who have known him for many years.

Those who have read his harassing email to the Oxford Trustee

have conjectured that he was not in fact, the author,

and instead was pressured by Ms Ghosh to harm his own reputation.



Finally, the IISL can confirm that Mr Hazareesingh is fully briefed and aware of the deleterious effect that his harassment is having upon the health of

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee,

and yet he, like Ms Ghosh, remains negligently reticent.


Postscript 1:


Mr Hazareesingh’s harassing email to the female Oxford Trustee was completely ignored, demonstrating Mr Hazareesingh’s lack of power within Balliol College.


On Friday 18 October 2019, the acting Vice-Master of Balliol College

apologised to the female Oxford Trustee for Ms Ghosh’s “regrettable” behaviour,

completely undermining Mr Hazareesingh.


Postscript 2:


Mr Hazareesingh has viewed this IISL webpage on countless occasions

(driving-up this webpage on Google searches) from the following locations:

Oxford, UK; Paris, France; Flic en Flac, Mauritius.


The IISL welcomes Mr Hazareesingh’s intense interest in this ethics scandal.

\

Sudhir Hazareesingh

Harassing “Senior Fellow” of Balliol College

Ethics Case Study Executive Summary:


Adrian Kelly, a self-proclaimed Australian “skinhead”

with a reputation for violence and abuse,

was captured on video violently abusing an innocent puppy.


Mr Kelly retaliated against the innocent whistleblower, an Oxford University Trustee,

with death threats and false and malicious claims of paedophilia.


The Police were called on multiple occasions and issued Mr Kelly a stern warning.

A serious formal grievance was filed by the whistleblower against Mr Kelly.

Mr Kelly was removed from his Balliol College flat

and forced to take down his abusive public Twitter account.


Balliol Master, Helen Ghosh attempted a cover-up and victimised the whistleblower.

A serious formal grievance was therefore filed against Ms Ghosh.


The Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court was called in to administer justice.


Ms Ghosh was removed from Mr Kelly’s investigation due to clear conflicts.

The Balliol Vice-Master apologised to the Trustee for Ms Ghosh’s “regrettable” behaviour.



On 22 May 2019, Balliol College Master, Helen Ghosh stated about Mr Kelly’s abuse:

“This is not how you behave in a normal workplace.

You would by now have been asked to change your behaviour

or ‘dot, dot, dot’ [you will be sacked].”


On 24 August 2019, Balliol College Senior Fellow, Sudhir Hazareesingh

made the following comment regarding the scandal

described by the IISL in this ethics case study:


“... it has now escalated into a full crisis,

into which the College has been dragged...”


On 1 October 2019, a High-Ranking University of Oxford official

made the following statement about Mr Kelly’s abuse and Balliol’s cover-up:


“Just to say how sorry I am to read of [the Oxford Trustee’s] illness

and the difficult times [she is] going through.”


On 1 October 2019, Balliol College issued the following statement

regarding the shocking abuse described by the IISL in this ethics case study:


“I am so sorry that you have [seen]... the disturbing content.

As it relates to an ongoing and confidential College process,

there is a limit to what I can share...

but please be assured that the College does not condone or allow

the behaviour that [the IISL] describes.”


On 5 November 2019, a QC barrister investigator declared that Mr Kelly’s behaviour was:

“...uncomfortable... unpleasant... intimidating.”


On 21 November 2019, Balliol College Senior Fellow, Sudhir Hazareesingh

made clear the duties of Balliol Fellows and Trustees like Mr Kelly:


“It is a fundamental duty of a Trustee not to take any action

which might harm the reputation of the Charity [Balliol].”


On 3 December 2019, an esteemed lawyer who attended the last Balliol Snell Dinner

made the following statement about Mr Kelly’s abuse and Balliol’s cover-up:


“What an outrageous story.  It is completely unacceptable.”


On 6 December 2019, the Vice President of the RSPCA

(whose Royal Patron is Her Majesty the Queen),

having seen the videos of Mr Kelly’s savage abuse, made the following statement:


“What a horrible human.  Something must be done.”


On 9 December 2019, an esteemed Balliol Old Member

made the following statement about Mr Kelly’s abuse and Balliol’s cover-up:


I was deeply distressed to read the contents and to hear how awfully

the college is treating [the Oxford Trustee].  That is absolutely awful.

Ms Ghosh lied to the Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court

on Monday 27 November 2018,

when she took her oath to become the Master of Balliol College,

promising to uphold the Balliol College Statutes:


“As required by the College’s Statues,

the new Master made a declaration that she would faithfully perform

the duties of her office, and observe the Statues and By-laws of the College.”


“The role of Visitor is defined by the College Statues.

For the most part, the Visitor of Balliol is an informal adviser to the Master and Fellows,

but formal advice may be given in any case of appeal

or of dispute not resolvable by the members of Balliol internally,

and the Visitor is also the final and binding interpreter of the College’s Statutes.

The tradition for the past century has been that the Visitor has been

both a former member of Balliol and a Law Lord or senior judicial figure.”

Postscript 2:


On Friday 16 August 2019, less than 48 hours after this entry was posted

which pointed out that Ms Ghosh was violating Balliol College Statutes,

she wrote to the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee:


“From your earlier correspondence, it appears that you wish [your grievance] to be

considered by a formal Grievance Committee set up under section 36 of the Statutes.”


Unfortunately for Ms Ghosh, the Oxford Trustee sent no such correspondence.

Instead, Ms Ghosh ostensibly obtained this information from the IISL post (above).


As the Oxford Trustee has posted no information on the IISL website, and did not generate the observation that Ms Ghosh was violating Balliol College Statutes,

it appears that Ms Ghosh,

(like many senior executives around the world have done for many years),

is taking her cues from the IISL’s world-renowned “action research”.

Ms Ghosh lies to Barrister investigating serious grievance

against Mr Kelly, refusing to inform her that

a serious grievance has been filed against Ms Ghosh

On Saturday 14 September 2019,

the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee

received a letter from Eleanor Grey QC.


To the embarrassment of Balliol College,

Ms Grey was not informed by the Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh

that the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee

had filed a formal grievance against Ms Ghosh,

plunging Balliol College further into chaos.


Ms Ghosh also lied to Ms Grey by refusing to tell her about

the event at the core of the Balliol scandal:

Adrian Kelly’s beating and abuse of an innocent puppy.

President of the UK Supreme Court

forced to intervene in Balliol Ethics/Corruption Scandal

Lord Robert Reed

Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court

and Chairman (“Visitor”) of Balliol College

Balliol’s Most Senior Female Fellow was excluded from Balliol’s Celebration of 40 Years of Women at Balliol

for calling out “Toxic Masculinity” at Balliol;

Receives an outpouring of support from angry women

Balliol Master Helen Ghosh blackmails Oxford Trustee

that she would address the Trustee’s ill health only if

the Trustee dropped her Grievance against Ms Ghosh

Helen Ghosh

Beleaguered Master of Balliol College

Balliol Master Helen Ghosh lies to, manipulates and tries to usurp power from the Chairman of Balliol College

and Deputy-President of the UK Supreme Court

Helen Ghosh

Beleaguered Master of Balliol College

Lord Robert Reed

Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court

and Chairman (“Visitor”) of Balliol College

The University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee,

surprised no one by refusing to succumb to blackmail

from the Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh.


The University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee,

strengthened her formal grievance against the Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh,

by adding the serious charge of blackmail.

As further evidence of Mr Kelly’s hypocrisy,

although, Mr Kelly, the Capitalist own’s a private house in Oxford,

Mr Kelly, the Communist leaches off Balliol College housing,

which could go to to more needy and deserving

young Balliol Fellows or Graduate Students.

Balliol Vice-Master removes Ms Ghosh from leading the investigation of the serious grievance against Mr Kelly

due to clear conflicts

On Thursday 17 October 2019, the acting Vice-Master of Balliol College,

having conducted an investigation into

the female Oxford Trustee’s serious grievance against Ms Ghosh,

removed Ms Ghosh from her role as investigator of

the female Oxford Trustee’s serious grievance against Mr Kelly:

“I have no difficulty in agreeing with you that that conflict is there

and that it means the Master should not supervise the grievances.”

Balliol Vice-Master apologises to

the Female Trustee of the University of Oxford

for Ms Ghosh’s “regrettable” behaviour

On Friday 18 October 2019, the acting Vice-Master of Balliol College,

having conducted an investigation into

the female Oxford Trustee’s serious grievance against Ms Ghosh,

apologised to the female Oxford Trustee for Ms Ghosh’s “regrettable” behaviour.

“...they are of course regrettable and ...

I would apologise on behalf of the College for them...”

Balliol, its Solicitor and Barrister violate Data Protection Laws

by refusing to hand over the Oxford Trustee’s Data

On Monday 28 October 2019, Eleanor Grey QC, of 39 Essex Chambers,

the barrister hired by Ms Ghosh

to ostensibly cover-up the serious grievance against Mr Kelly,

violated Data Protection laws

by refusing to hand over personal data of the Oxford Trustee.


The Oxford Trustee is filing a complaint against Ms Grey

to the Information Commissioner’s Office,

prior to initiating legal action against Ms Grey.

On Wednesday 30 October 2019, Knights plc, the solicitor hired by Ms Ghosh

to ostensibly cover-up the serious grievance against Mr Kelly,

violated Data Protection laws

by refusing to hand over personal data of the Oxford Trustee.


The Oxford Trustee is filing a complaint against Knights plc

to the Information Commissioner’s Office,

prior to initiating legal action against Knights plc.

Postscript:


Balliol, its solicitor and barrister have proven that Ms Ghosh has lied

in her desperate attempt to cover-up Mr Kelly’s violence and abuse,

by falsely stating that the investigation into Mr Kelly’s violence and abuse

is in an “informal” stage, despite the fact that Balliol, its solicitor and barrister are

alleging that they are protected by “Legal Professional Privilege

which prevents them from having to turn over the data of the Oxford Trustee.


The investigation into Mr Kelly’s violence and abuse

has long left the “informal” stage

once the Police and the deputy President of the Supreme Court were involved.

Balliol spends over £50,000 in legal fees over five months

attempting to defend grievances against

Mr Kelly and Ms Ghosh

On Friday 1 November 2019, the Oxford Trustee received the results of

a Freedom of Information (FOI) request from Balliol College regarding the amount of

money spent by Balliol defending the grievances against Mr Kelly and Ms Ghosh.


IISL research estimates that when all internal costs are added to external legal costs,

the amount unnecessarily wasted by Balliol is currently in excess of £50,000.


Instead, Balliol could have given approximately £70 in book allowances

to every one of Balliol’s undergraduate and graduate students,

or approximately £500 to each new Balliol undergraduate for a travel grant,

or a £10,000 Christmas bonus to each one of Balliol’s maintenance staff.


Balliol Old Members who kindly donate to Balliol

will undoubtedly be displeased to see how their generous gifts are being squandered.


UK citizens who grant Balliol charity status and lavish Balliol with tax-exemptions

will undoubtedly be displeased to see how their generosity is being squandered.

Balliol creates “kangaroo court” to harass and victimise Oxford Trustee for revealing Balliol’s violence and abuse

Eleanor Grey QC leads “kangaroo court”


On Tuesday 5 November 2019, Balliol College, having spent an estimated £50,000,

produced a “report” which purported to “investigate”

the Oxford Trustee’s serious grievance against the abusive Mr Kelly.


The ethical Trustee refused to engage in Balliol’s “kangaroo court”

as the so-called “investigator”, Eleanor Grey,

was selected, instructed and paid for by by Ms Ghosh,

who is a defendant and a key defence witness in the grievance.


This clear conflict makes a mockery of the Balliol Statutes,

which will be investigated by the Balliol Grievance Committee,

chaired by UK deputy President of the Supreme Court, Lord Reed,

which even Ms Grey admitted in her the final paragraph of her unethical report:


“... it seems likely that this matter will be referred to the Grievance Committee.”



Eleanor Grey QC reveals being ethically-conflicted


Ms Grey also admitted that ignoring the Oxford Trustee’s

legitimate refusal to engage with Balliol’s “kangaroo court”

because of the Oxford Trustee’s legitimate claim of clear conflicts of interest,

would make Ms Grey’s one-sided “investigation” illegitimate:


“... I raised with Balliol College the option of

referring these grievances directly to the Grievance Committee

and shelving any report until the Grievance Committee

had decided on the way forward,

given the absence of engagement of one of the parties to the grievances.”


It appears that in spite of Ms Grey’s serious concerns

over the illegitimacy of her “investigation”,

she ultimately compromised her ethics and engaged with Balliol’s “kangaroo court”.


One might conjecture that a motivating factor

forcing Ms Grey to abandon her ethics was simply greed.

One might then logically question the unfortunate state of Ms Grey’s personal finances.

The IISL welcomes evidence which either confirms or denies this hypothesis.

Eleanor Grey, CQ

of 39 Essex Chambers

ostensibly admits to compromising her ethics

Eleanor Grey QC uses data from this IISL Case Study as evidence in her “investigation”


The IISL is proud to report that,

like countless international business, government and academic leaders before her,

Eleanor Grey QC used data from this IISL Case Study as evidence in her “investigation”

of the Oxford Trustee’s serious grievance against Mr Kelly,

legitimising the IISL’s internationally-renowned ethics case studies:


“... there is material and commentary on the IISL website about Dr Kelly.”


“[The Oxford Trustee] is not the IISL webmaster.”


“... from the evidence of the videos posted on IISL...”



Eleanor Grey QC refuses to investigate the central allegation of Mr Kelly’s dog abuse


On 5 November 2019, Eleanor Grey QC correctly acknowledged that

the central issue of the investigation was Mr Kelly’s dog:


“The immediate trigger was the decision of the Kelly family to acquire a puppy

... tensions arose between the two families.”



The Oxford Trustee provided extensive evidence

that she repeatedly complained about Mr Kelly’s dog abuse

(which was summarised on this IISL website,

which Ms Grey used for evidence in her “investigation”):


On 22 May 2019, the Oxford Trustee complained about Mr Kelly’s dog abuse

to the Balliol Senior Fellow, Sudhir Hazareesingh.


On 2 June 2019, the Oxford Trustee complained about Mr Kelly’s dog abuse

to the Police and showed them videos of Mr Kelly’s dog abuse.


On 4 June 2019, the Oxford Trustee complained about Mr Kelly’s dog abuse

to the Balliol Master, Helen Ghosh and showed her videos of Mr Kelly’s dog abuse.


On 12 June 2019, the Oxford Trustee & her family complained about Mr Kelly’s dog abuse to the RSPCA and sent them videos of Mr Kelly’s dog abuse.


On 27 June 2019, the Oxford Trustee complained again about Mr Kelly’s dog abuse

to the Police.


On 25 October 2019, the Oxford Trustee complained about Mr Kelly’s dog abuse

to the Balliol Vice-Master, Timothy Endicott & showed him videos of Mr Kelly’s dog abuse.



Eleanor Grey QC even acknowledged that the Oxford Trustee and her family

had pointed out her grossly negligent omission:

“[The Oxford Trustee’s] husband also suggested by email that the topic of

[Mr Kelly’s] alleged mistreatment of the family puppy

should have been included on this list...”


Eleanor Grey QC however was grossly negligent

by refusing to investigate the central issue of this Balliol “crisis”:

Mr Kelly’s dog abuse:


“I did not include it in the original list of issues...

Nor did I ask [Mr Kelly] about this topic.”



Eleanor Grey QC refuses to interview key witnesses as defined by Ms Ghosh


Eleanor Grey QC refused to interview key Police and RSPCA witnesses

on the unethical basis that Ms Ghosh had allegedly already done so:


“I considered whether it would be appropriate to approach the police officers concerned again.  But feedback had already been provided to the Master.”


Eleanor Grey QC also refused to interview key Balliol witnesses,

including a Senior Balliol Fellow, whose testimony was damaging to Mr Kelly,

on the unethical basis that Ms Ghosh had allegedly already interviewed him,

or simply because Ms Ghosh forbade Ms Grey to interview him:


“The only other potential witness (sic) were the occupants on the first floor flat.

However, I was told by the Master that she had already spoken to him,

and he was unable to help, explaining that he was rather hard of hearing.”


The Balliol Fellow in question, who teaches students for a living,

clearly has sufficient hearing to have heard Mr Kelly yelling at the Oxford Trustee

and her family, whilst he was standing literally next to Mr Kelly.

This is what prompted the Balliol Fellow in question to order

the enraged and out-of-control Mr Kelly to go upstairs to his flat,

which Mr Kelly did.


Once again, Balliol’s “kangaroo court”, led by the so-called “investigator”, Eleanor Grey,

was selected, instructed and paid for by Ms Ghosh.

Ms Ghosh is not only a defendant and a key defence witness in the serious grievance,

but she defined who the witnesses were allowed to be,

and she filtered the evidence which was allowed to be used.

This is in clear violation of both the Balliol Statutes and UK legal principles of fairness.



Eleanor Grey QC declares Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer to be a liar


Eleanor Grey QC has shocked the Oxford community

by alleging that the highest-ranking female ethics officer at the University of Oxford

is a liar.


Without interviewing either the Police or the Oxford Trustee,

Ms Grey negligently came to her highly-defamatory statement:


“The police have stated, and I accept, that they did not offer to [arrest Mr Kelly]

if the [Oxford Trustee and her family] made formal statements.”


This extraordinary statement has far-reaching implications for Ms Grey and Balliol,

as she appears to have opened herself and Balliol up to

significant legal liability/a defamation lawsuit

which the evidence appears to suggest that

she/Balliol can not defend on the basis of either:

truth, honest opinion or public interest.


The Oxford Trustee and her family have always stated that they would provide

irrefutable evidence to support their claim in any fairly-conducted Balliol investigation.

The Oxford Trustee awaits such a fairly-conducted Balliol investigation

conducted in accordance with the Balliol Statutes.



Eleanor Grey QC shocks many by declaring that Mr Kelly’s abuse is acceptable


Eleanor Grey QC has shocked many the Oxford community and beyond

by alleging that Mr Kelly’s physical abuse of the dog

and his psychological abuse of students and colleagues

is acceptable:


“... does not show evidence of an abusive attitude...

or a toxic culture more generally.”


This is in direct conflict with the findings of the Police who issued Mr Kelly a warning,

and the RSPCA Chief Inspector who condemned Mr Kelly’s abuse.


This is also in direct conflict with Balliol College’s official statement

regarding Mr Kelly’s abuse:


“I am so sorry that you have [seen]... the disturbing content...

but please be assured that the College does not condone or allow

the behaviour that [the IISL] describes.”


This is also in direct conflict with Balliol College’s Master, Helen Ghosh’s words:


“I hope [Mr Kelly] doesn’t do this at home you know.

The way he sends messages around and says “F” this and “F” that...

I don’t think he has ever worked in a place where that’s unacceptable

but I find it unacceptable that he would be writing

to either colleagues or staff in that tone.”


“It really does strike me.. as I say,

the communications [Mr Kelly] writes when he responds to things...

frankly you would not get away with it in a normal workplace.

I mean you would know this.

This is not how you behave in a normal workplace.

You would by now have been asked to change your behaviour or

‘dot, dot, dot’ [you will be sacked].”


“The trouble is, I think, with Adrian,

if you started to speak with him however gently...

it provokes explosions, which is ... sad.”



Ms Grey disagrees with the Oxford Trustee, the Balliol Master, the Police and the RSPCA,  apparently on the basis of the intellectually lazy and morally bankrupt “Teflon principle”

in that Mr Kelly’s popularity and apparent lack of previous complaints

are somehow proof of his innocence:


“I was told by the Master and by [Mr Kelly] that he is in fact... popular...

He had never had any complaints.”


This dangerous logic has been used to enable abusive sociopaths

like Jimmy Savile, Bill Cosby, Harvey Weinstein, Donald Trump, etc.

in that their popularity and apparent lack of previous complaints

are somehow proof of their innocence -

that is until the first courageous complaint arrives, triggering an avalanche of complaints.


Afterwards the truth comes out,

analysts wonder how “enablers” (ostensibly like Ms Grey)

missed the most obvious signs, and refused to see the most clear evidence

that everyone else like the Oxford Trustee, the Balliol Master, the Police and the RSPCA could easily see.

Simon Skinner

caught gazing into the bedroom window of a 16-year-old boy

Postscript: Mr Kelly admits to Ms Ghosh to enlisting Mr Skinner


Mr Kelly admitted in an email on 21 November 2019 at 18:42 to Ms Ghosh

that he enlisted Mr Skinner to peer into the widow of a teenage boy:


“... another Balliol Fellow for accompanying me home on Tuesday 26th June.”



Postscript: Mr Kelly admits in Balliol Investigation to enlisting Mr Skinner


An investigation into the Oxford Trustee’s serious grievance against Mr Kelly

revealed that Mr Kelly admitted that he enlisted Mr Skinner:


“He also sought... friends to accompany him back to the flat...”


The investigator went on to condemn Mr Kelly (and by extension, Mr Skinner):


“I accept that [the Oxford Trustee]... felt under pressure,

and that her good name was also threatened, for example when [Mr Kelly]

asked colleagues to accompany him home.”



Postscript: Mr Kelly proven to be lying in investigation


The investigator also uncovered a critical inconsistency

and apparent deception in Mr Kelly’s testimony when she wrote:


“According to [Mr Kelly]...

he [the Oxford Trustee’s disabled autistic husband] was scared.”


From the perspective of the disabled autistic husband of the Oxford Trustee,

he had to endure years of experiencing Mr Kelly abuse his wife and children,

with violent yelling, swearing and fighting bringing tears to Mr Kelly’s wife and girls,

seeing Mr Kelly’s violent abusive language on Twitter,

seeing Mr Kelly supporting a violent band which condones violent rape,

seeing Mr Kelly repeatedly savagely beating his own puppy,

then experiencing Mr Kelly directing physical violence and threats against his own wife,

then Mr Kelly physically-intimidating the him while Mr Kelly was intoxicated,

standing nose-to-nose, accusing the disabled autistic man and his family of paedophilia,

then Mr Kelly issuing enraged death threats against the disabled man’s family.

then Mr Kelly inviting his friends to come to the disabled autistic man’s home

and stand out side his teenage son’s bedroom, stalking and peering inside his windows.


The evidence is very clear:

The disabled autistic husband of the Oxford Trustee (and his family) were very scared.

They had to call the police twice on Mr Kelly, who issued him with a formal warning.

The disabled autistic husband of the Oxford Trustee (and his family)

demanded that Mr Kelly be removed from his flat - which he was.


If it was the Oxford Trustee and her family who were scared and feared for their lives,

then why did Mr Kelly solicit the gullible, ostensibly weak-minded Mr Skinner

to “protect” him?


It strongly appears that Mr Kelly was in no danger and he clearly knew it.

Mr Kelly was in trouble for issuing death threats to the family of the Oxford Trustee

just two days earlier and it strongly appears that (much like Donald Trump),

Mr Kelly inverted the story to a gullible, ostensibly weak-minded Mr Skinner.


Mr Skinner never returned to “protect” the manipulative Mr Kelly again

as he discovered that Mr Kelly was never in danger in the first place

and that the gullible Mr Skinner had been duped by Mr Kelly.


The IISL notes that Mr Skinner has never apologised to the Oxford Trustee

for unethically looking into her son’s bedroom windows.

Balliol Vice-Master Tim Endicott and Eleanor Grey QC

(like Helen Ghosh and Adrian Kelly before him)

plead with the IISL not to report on their unethical behaviour

On Thursday 7 November 2019,

Balliol Vice-Master, Timothy Endicott

(who is ironically a Professor of Law),

instead of investigating the serious grievances against Adrian Kelly

made by the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee,

indirectly contacted the IISL (on Ms Grey’s behalf),

asking the internationally-renowned ethics and leadership think-tank

not to report on the unethical behaviour of Mr Endicott and Ms Grey QC.


The IISL has respectfully declined his request,

as it will not be intimidated by any bullying from any individual or organisation.

It did not work for Ms Ghosh and Mr Kelly and it will not work for Mr Endicott and Ms Grey.


As an independent research and news entity,

the IISL will continue to ethically report cases of unethical behaviour

under the legal principles of “Open Justice

in order to hold those in positions of power accountable

(as the UK legal system is built on the premise that

justice can not occur in the dark, in the absence of scrutiny

and that “sunlight is the best antiseptic”)

especially as Balliol College is a registered UK charity

in receipt of UK public funds and/or tax-exempt status.


The IISL welcomes Mr Endicott to point out any errors in reporting any facts

and they will be seriously considered and corrected if proven to be false.

Otherwise harassing threats, without specific legitimate critiques will not be tolerated

and the IISL (and any of its Fellows) reserves the right

to pursue legal action against Mr Endicott.

Timothy Endicott

Vice-Master of Balliol College

IISL Case Study in Ethical Leadership


As an international ethics think-tank,

the IISL’s official recommendation in this developing case study is that

when one is faced with conflicts between personal / professional moral codes

and the interests of a fee-paying client,

one must consider the costs to one’s reputation

especially when revealed under the UK’s legal principles of “Open Justice”.


Will Ms Grey continue to compromise her ethical principles for a fee,

or will she apologise to the Oxford Trustee for engaging in this unfair investigation

and ethically withdraw from it, drifting back into ethical anonymity?


Will Ms Grey continue to escalate the reputational damage

to her and her well-regarded barrister set 39 Essex Chambers,

led by the ethical barrister Charlie Rory-Wright QC (a Balliol Old Member),

or will Ms Grey restore her former reputation for ethical leadership?


The IISL will continue to conduct academic research on this emerging ethics case study.

Postscript 1:


On 7 November 2019, Balliol Vice-Master Timothy Endicott

wrote to the Oxford Trustee to complain about the IISL website.


As Ms Grey has rightly acknowledged:

“[The Oxford Trustee] is not the IISL webmaster.”


The Oxford Trustee will therefore not tolerate any further harassment from Mr Endicott

and reserves the right to sue him and/or Balliol College for harassment.


If Mr Endicott wishes to complain about anything on the IISL website,

he is welcome to write to the IISL directly.


Furthermore the IISL welcomes Mr Endicott or Balliol College to attempt to sue the IISL

(as a number of unethical organisations have attempted in the past).


All have failed.



Postscript 2:


On 7 November 2019, Balliol Vice-Master Timothy Endicott stated:


“The website adds a false and offensive allegation that Ms Grey

‘compromised her ethics’.”


The IISL stands by its analysis that Ms Grey “compromised her ethics”.

The IISL does not possess any evidence demonstrating that this is false or defamatory.


The IISL is unfortunately not responsible if Mr Endicott or Ms Grey find it “offensive”,

as long as it is true and/or an honest opinion, and/or in the public interest.

in accordance with the Defamation Act 2013.

On Thursday 7 November 2019, Balliol College violated Data Protection laws

by refusing to hand over personal data of the Oxford Trustee.


The Oxford Trustee is filing a complaint against Balliol College

to the Information Commissioner’s Office,

prior to initiating legal action against Balliol.

Postscript 2:

after 14 months, Balliol still has not begun to investigate the serious grievance

Postscript 1:

Adrian Kelly violates confidentiality, breach of process and blackmails Oxford Trustee

On 19 July 2019, Mr Kelly clearly violated confidentiality rules and breach of process

by speaking to other senior Balliol Fellows, who would decide his fate.

Mr Kelly also tried to threaten/blackmail the Oxford Trustee with this

when he instructed the Balliol Master:


“I am going to seek advice from a range of senior fellows

about what I should do now, in terms of getting justice from them.

Feel free to tell [the Oxford Trustee] as much of that

as you feel would be useful in your dealings with [her].

Balliol College hires Media and Communications law firm

concerning the IISL’s world-renowned ethics case study

of Balliol’s growing abuse scandal

On or around Wednesday 6 November 2019, Balliol apparently secured the services of

a Media and Communications law firm, 5RB Barristers,

ostensibly to critique the IISL’s research for its world-renowned ethics case studies,

and in particular this case study on serious abuse at Balliol College.


Instead of dealing with this serious abuse and potential criminal activity within Balliol,

making the impetus for this IISL ethics case study disappear,

the College appears to continue to “dig a deeper hole” for itself,

by unethically attempting to harass and  “blame the messenger”

and the the process, driving its costs up and its reputation down.


The goal of this IISL ethics case study is to help Balliol College

to improve on its mission to be a world-class educational institution,

by helping Balliol to remove corrosive and toxic organisational “cancers”.


To that end, the IISL welcomes all constructive criticism on this ethics case study

from all parties including Balliol and 5RB,

so that the IISL can continue to ensure that its research and reporting

is of the highest standards and value to society.


The IISL confirms that it will publish all correspondence from 5RB,

including but not limited to,

any malicious and harassing groundless legal threats from 5RB

so that the public can learn from any potential unethical activities of 5RB

and that the reputation of 5RB can either rise or fall based on its behaviour.


Unfortunately over the years, many other law firms around the world

have unsuccessfully attempted to harass or sue the IISL,

resulting in the lost or damaged careers within these law firms and/or their clients,

and resulting in high financial and reputation costs to them.


Knight’s plc and Eleanor Grey QC of 39 Essex Chambers

are but a couple of emerging examples in this developing case study.


the IISL (and any of its Fellows) reserves the right

to pursue legal action against Balliol College and any of its legal advisors.

Balliol “Senior Fellow” Sudhir Hazareesingh

continues harassment and victimisation of Oxford Trustee

and lies about investigation into Mr Kelly’s abuse

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Sudhir Hazareesingh

Harassing “Senior Fellow” of Balliol College

Mr Hazareesingh Harasses and Falsely Accuses Oxford Trustee about the IISL


On Thursday 21 November 2019,

Balliol College’s “Senior Fellow” (an unelected position), Sudhir Hazareesingh

(having a rank of only Associate Professor)

instead of investigating the serious grievances against Adrian Kelly

made by the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee,

continued to harass and victimise the Oxford Trustee with another harassing letter.


In Mr Hazareesingh’s harassing letter to the female Oxford Trustee

he threatened the Oxford Trustee over the IISL.


Mr Hazareesingh appears to disrespectfully mock the QC barrister

whom he allegedly hand-picked for the investigation

by attempting to overturn the QC barrister’s unequivocal findings,

by falsely alleging that the Oxford Trustee is responsible for the IISL,

which both she and the IISL unequivocally deny.


The QC barrister investigating the Oxford Trustee’s serious grievance against Mr Kelly

clearly stated that the Oxford Trustee has nothing to do with the IISL:

As Ms Grey has rightly acknowledged:

“[The Oxford Trustee] is not the IISL webmaster.”


The Oxford Trustee will not tolerate any further harassment from Mr Hazareesingh

and reserves the right to sue him and/or Balliol College for harassment.


If Mr Hazareesingh wishes to complain about anything on the IISL website,

he is welcome to write to the IISL directly.


Furthermore the IISL welcomes Mr Hazareesingh or Balliol to attempt to sue the IISL

(as a number of unethical organisations have attempted in the past).


All have failed.



Mr Hazareesingh Lied about the Investigation into Mr Kelly’s Serious Abuse


On Thursday 21 November 2019,

Balliol College’s “Senior Fellow” (an unelected position), Sudhir Hazareesingh

(having a rank of only Associate Professor)

continued to harass and victimise the Oxford Trustee with another harassing letter.


In Mr Hazareesingh’s harassing letter to the female Oxford Trustee

he lied about the Investigation in to Mr Kelly’s abuse

stating that the College had made no decisions about the investigation of Mr Kelly:


“... at the first and second College Meetings of Michaelmas term 2019...

No decisions were taken at either of these meetings.”


This is precisely the opposite of what the investigator into Mr Kelly’s abuse, Eleanor Grey declared in paragraph 13, page 5 of her report on Tuesday 5 November 2019:


The decision of the Governing Body was...”


Such lies from the Balliol “Senior Fellow” constitute “conduct unbecoming a Fellow”

and is a clear contravention of the duty owed to the College as a Trustee,

as it is a fundamental duty of a Trustee not to take any action which might

harm the reputation of the Charity.

Balliol “Senior Fellow” Sudhir Hazareesingh

(like Helen Ghosh, Adrian Kelly & Tim Endicott before him)

plead with the IISL not to report on his unethical behaviour

On Thursday 21 November 2019,

Balliol “Senior Fellow”, Sudhir Hazareesingh,

instead of investigating the serious grievances against Adrian Kelly

made by the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee,

indirectly contacted the IISL (on Ms Grey’s behalf),

asking the internationally-renowned ethics and leadership think-tank

not to report on his unethical behaviour, and that of Balliol College.


The IISL has respectfully declined his request,

as it will not be intimidated by any bullying from any individual or organisation.

It did not work for Ms Ghosh, Mr Kelly and Mr Endicott,

and it will not work for Ms Hazareesingh.


As an independent research and news entity,

the IISL will continue to ethically report cases of unethical behaviour

under the legal principles of “Open Justice

in order to hold those in positions of power accountable

(as the UK legal system is built on the premise that

justice can not occur in the dark, in the absence of scrutiny

and that “sunlight is the best antiseptic”)

especially as Balliol College is a registered UK charity

in receipt of UK public funds and/or tax-exempt status.


The IISL welcomes Mr Hazareesingh to point out any errors in reporting any facts

and they will be seriously considered and corrected if proven to be false.

Otherwise harassing threats, without specific legitimate critiques will not be tolerated

and the IISL (and any of its Fellows) reserves the right

to pursue legal action against Mr Hazareesingh.

Adrian Kelly, humiliated that his abuse and violence against students, colleagues and animals

has been called out, begs ICO to intervene

In June 2020, one year after the IISL published its ethics research on Mr Kelly’s

physical and psychological violence against students, colleagues and animals,

which has been viewed by concerned Balliol students, Old Members and academics around the world in more than 150 cities in 29 countries,

Mr Kelly lacked the courage to attempt to confront the IISL

for legally and ethically reporting on his abuse.


Instead, Mr Kelly continued to harass and bully the innocent former Oxford Trustee

by complaining to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) that the

innocent woman was responsible for the IISL’s ethical reporting

of Mr Kelly’s unethical behaviour.


The IISL can once again confirm that innocent former Oxford Trustee

bears no responsibility for the IISL’s activities,

which is why the ICO has not intervened.


Because of the IISL’s ethical actions,

Mr Kelly had the police issue him a stern warning (with the police offering to arrest him),

Mr Kelly was evicted from his Balliol housing,

Mr Kelly had a formal grievance filed against him,

and Mr Kelly was forced to block his abusive Twitter feed,

bringing shame to his family and to Balliol College.

Balliol harasses Highest-Ranking Female Ethics Officer

by attempting to build a wall in her garden

so that she can no longer use it

On Monday 20 July 2020, Balliol College continued its unethical campaign against

the highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee at the University of Oxford,

in retaliation for her filing formal grievances against Balliol Master Helen Ghosh

and the bully whom the police threatened to arrest before he was evicted, Adrian Kelly,

by delivering thousands of pounds of construction materials to her home

and threatened to build a wall in her garden to prevent her from using it.


The ethical Oxford Trustee filed a formal grievance against the harassing Ms Ghosh

and threatened legal action against Ms Ghosh,

who immediately removed the construction materials from the Trustee’s home.


The IISL immediately informed the Balliol and University of Oxford communities

of Ms Ghosh’s unethical harassment of the beloved senior Balliol Fellow,

and the community responded responded with utter shock

and deepening resolve to ensure that Ms Ghosh’s contract would not be renewed.


On Tuesday 18 August 2020 Balliol College Senior Tutor, Nicola Trott

violated UK Information laws by refusing to disclose how much money Balliol spent on its

ill-fated “harassment wall”, citing “Legal Professional Privilege”.


A complaint was filed with the UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)

to force Balliol College to comply with UK information laws.

Mr Kelly desperately begs husband of innocent victim

who Mr Kelly harassed and abused,

not to report on his unethical behavior

On 7 August 2020, a desperate Adrian Kelly (whom Balliol College refuses to support)

pathetically begged the husband of the

highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee at the University of Oxford

(whom Mr Kelly harassed, bullied, abused and physically threatened with violence),

to contact the International Institute for Strategic Leadership

and ask the IISL to “account for its behavior”.


For the record, contrary to Mr Kelly’s delusional claim,

the IISL was never contacted by Mr Kelly or the ICO on 24 June 2020 or any other date.


The IISL is an internationally-renowned award-winning ethics think-tank founded in 2001,

which has been based out of the world’s leading universities including:

MIT, the University of Oxford and the London School of Economics,

providing world-class academic research and teaching through its case studies.


The IISL reserves the right to share its legally-acquired videos of

Mr Kelly violently abusing an innocent puppy

with the international media (e.g. the Daily Mail)

so that tens of millions of people around the world can see

the violent abuse of Mr Kelly and Helen Ghosh of Balliol College’s

official condoning of this deplorable behaviour.


The apparently delusional Mr Kelly seems to think that

animal abusers caught on video abusing animals

can somehow demand that the free press (e.g. the Daily Mail or the IISL)

remove videos from their articles documenting the abuse from their webpages.


Thanks to all the interest and support that the IISL has received from around the world,

the IISL will continue to follow this ethics case study.

On 18 August 2020, Balliol College Senior Tutor, Nicola Trott emailed a Fellow of the IISL

to provide information in support of this ethics case study of

Adrian Kelly, Helen Ghosh and Balliol College.


The IISL thanks Ms Trott for the following information she provided

so that the benefactors of the Balliol Charity can see how their money is spent:


Balliol College has spent £174,436.38 on legal costs, primarily to deal with this case.


Since Ms Ghosh became Master, Balliol College has already had

six grievance/harassment claims against members of its community.


In 2018-2019, Ms Ghosh was paid £130,350.

In 2019-2020, Ms Ghosh was paid £135,309

receiving a raise, in spite of presiding over this ethics scandal.


Ms Ghosh spent at least £46,539.88 on refurbishing two rooms in “the Master’s Lodgings”.

Nicola Trott sends detailed information to IISL

for Balliol College Ethics Case Study

Nicola Trott

Balliol Senior Tutor

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Mr Kelly’s Violent and Abusive Twitter Feed

Videos of Mr Kelly Violently Abusing a Puppy

IISL Webpage Statistics

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Adrian Kelly’s Violent and Abusive Twitter FeedAdrian_Kelly_%28Twitter%29.html
Adrian Kelly’s Violent Abuse of a PuppyAdrian_Kelly_%28Animal_Abuse%29.html

Mr Kelly unsuccessfully tries to involve Police

in harassing the Whistleblower

On 2-6 October 2019, 15 November 2019 and 24-30 June 2020,

Mr Kelly unsuccessfully tried to involve the Police into harassing the Whistleblower.


PC Christopher Longworth, however ethically refused

to get involved in Mr Kelly’s manipulative game.


Mr Kelly reported to Ms Ghosh on 6 October 2019 at 13:33 pm

that the innocent family of the Oxford Trustee did not harass Mr Kelly:


“The PC has already said it doesn’t amount to harassment.”