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Adrian D Kelly:

Allegations of Violence, Bullying and Harassment

Excerpts from Adrian Kelly’s abusive Twitter feed

(@AdrianDKelly)

Balliol College Fellow, Adrian Kelly’s public Twitter feed (@AdrianDKelly)

Mr Kelly’s intimidating “Search & Destroy T-shirt displays a tattoo of a member of a violent punk band.

Left: Mr Kelly searching for an innocent puppy who was cowering and trying to run from him.

Right: Mr Kelly destroying an innocent puppy by grabbing him by his ear and then abusing him.

Below is a typical tweet from Adrian Kelly threatening his students and colleagues

with physical violence, and then insulting and bullying them.

(Note that a “welly” is a boot).

Below is a Twitter exchange with Adrian Kelly in which he boasts about

his physically abusive style of lecturing at the University of Oxford.

Below is a Twitter exchange with Adrian Kelly

in which he apparently makes the misogynist positions either that:

all Oxford academics should be male and should display their erect penises, or that:

those that are male should display their erect penises

and female academics at Oxford should accept this.

Below is a typical tweet from Adrian Kelly abusing and threatening

his academic colleagues.

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...”

Mr Kelly’s employer, Balliol College, Oxford posts the following Statues in its Handbook

under its “College Rules/Disciplinary Rules”:


“All members of the College have a duty to show respect for other members of the College and its employees and to support the purposes of the College.”


“Every Fellow shall... be true and faithful to the College...

observe its Statues and By-laws, and promotes its interests.”

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;”

Video evidence of Adrian Kelly physically abusing

an innocent, defenceless puppy

Video #2

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Video #1

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Below is a typical tweet from Adrian Kelly disrespectfully abusing the very British institution

which granted Mr Kelly and his family British citizenship.

Below is a typical tweet from Adrian Kelly boasting about swearing at students.

In this video, Mr Kelly is standing just outside his neighbour’s living room windows.

Mr Kelly is clearly angry and the puppy is clearly afraid of Mr Kelly.


The frightened puppy can be seen cowering under the neighbour’s garden table,

and desperately and repeatedly tries to escape from Mr Kelly.


Then, in front of his shocked neighbours,

Mr Kelly viciously grabs the puppy, savagely picking him up by his ear,

at which point the wounded puppy emits a pained yelp [ensure audio is on].


Mr Kelly then drags the puppy out of camera view,

where the neighbour witnesses Mr Kelly then further abuse the puppy.


Mr Kelly then roughly throws the puppy over his shoulder and storms off.

In this video, Mr Kelly is at the bottom of the garden

and can once again be seen angry at the frightened puppy for not obeying him.


Mr Kelly lunges on the ground toward the scared puppy,

who desperately tries to escape.


Mr Kelly then firmly grabs the frightened puppy with both hands,

violently shakes him, flips him upside-down, then slaps him on the head.


Finally, when the traumatised puppy refuses to play with Mr Kelly’s daughter,

Mr Kelly chases and grabs him by the ear one last time before, shaking him

and then storming off with the frightened puppy in his arms.


Mr Kelly’s ostensibly upset daughter witnessed this abuse,

before being instructed by an angry Mr Kelly that her brief “playtime” was over.

She follows him, apparently in tears.


Near the end of the video, the neighbour can be heard [ensure audio is on]

expressing surprise that Mr Kelly did not violently throw the puppy in the air,

as he had done on previous occasions.



Adrian Kelly admitted in an email on Tuesday 21 May 2019

that for the previous six weeks, the puppy:

“...has had an almost continuously upset stomach since he arrived...”


It is well-known that a young puppy, experiencing sustained physical abuse,

is likely to suffer upset stomach and diarrhea.

Below is a Twitter exchange in which Adrian Kelly misogynistically mocks the tweet

from a junior female mathematics academic,

who is proudly highlighting a presentation from a senior female mathematics professor.

This clearly demonstrates the endemic misogyny at universities (like Oxford)

and helps to explain why, even in the 21st century,

women remain underrepresented in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).

Examples of Adrian Kelly’s verbal abuse of

his academic colleagues, students and UK institutions

Examples of Adrian Kelly’s abusive intimidation of his students

via physical violence

Examples of Adrian Kelly’s

sexual harassment, misogyny and toxic masculinity

Despite receiving multiple complaints from multiple people on multiple occasions

about Adrian Kelly’s abusive tweets,

Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh refuses to investigate these serious complaints.


In spite of this, Balliol College continues to follow Mr Kelly on Twitter,

ostensibly condoning his abusive behaviour.


Nicola Trott is responsible for managing Balliol College’s Twitter page.

Balliol College continues to follow Adrian Kelly on Twitter

Police called to the home and office of Adrian Kelly

for a second time in a month and issued him a warning

On Thursday 27 June 2019,

the Police were called again to Mr Kelly’s home and Balliol office,

as he was alleged to have made further threats of violence to

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

and a Trustee of the University of Oxford and her family.


Given the severity of the allegations against Mr Kelly,

the Police correctly gave the option to the high-ranking Oxford Trustee and her family

to either issue Mr Kelly with a stern formal warning,

or to take formal witness statements from the Oxford Trustee and her family

and immediately arrest Mr Kelly and take him in for questioning.


The Police stated that they could start with a formal warning and follow-up with an arrest at any point in the future if Mr Kelly failed to cease and desist.

The Oxford Trustee and her family chose this option,

and reserve the right for a formal arrest of Mr Kelly at any time in the future.


The Police therefore issued Mr Kelly with a formal warning:

they first spoke with Mr Kelly’s wife at their flat,

and later spoke with Mr Kelly at Balliol College.


The Police subsequently wrote to Balliol College on Friday 28 June 2019 stating that:


Mr Kelly needs to grow up and behave like an adult.

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.


Nearly three months later, Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh

has still not investigated the serious grievance,

in clear violation of its statues.

Adrian Kelly and Balliol College ask 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 Mr Kelly and Balliol College.


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 organisation,

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).


The IISL welcomes Balliol College 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 Balliol College.

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 forced to block his Twitter Account

after the Police issue him a Warning

On Thursday 27 June 2019, after the Police arrived for the second time

both at Adrian Kelly’s home and his office

to discuss his Twitter account and

issue him a stern warning about his harassing and abusive behaviour,

Mr Kelly was forced to block his Twitter account,

meaning that only his current followers could see his tweets

and that new followers require permission to view his tweets.

(Please note that the IISL is not inferring that the Police instructed Mr Kelly to block his Twitter account).


Note that Mr Kelly refused to remove any of his harassing and abusive tweets.


Mr Kelly’s Twitter status on 27 June 2019 is shown above.

Since he was forced to block his Twitter account,

the number of Mr Kelly’s Twitter followers continues to drop.

Adrian Kelly 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.


In spite of the fact that Balliol College has still failed to investigate

the serious formal grievance against Mr Kelly,

he left his Balliol College flat after

the Oxford Trustee stated to the Master of Balliol College on 4 June 2019

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


On 6 June 2019 Balliol Master, Helen Ghosh informed the Oxford Trustee

that Mr Kelly would be moving:


“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.



Postscript:

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.

On Tuesday 13 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,

once again contacted the IISL,

and made the following patently false statements about Mr Kelly’s abusive tweets:


“Certain aspects of the material are in the view of the College irrelevant,

in particular all of the tweets allegedly posted by Dr Kelly between March 2017 and

May 2019 as they are either matters that are not directly related to your grievance

or (according to Dr Kelly) were not posted by him.”


Ms Ghosh, in her role as the Master of Balliol College,

has officially and formally lied to a Trustee of the University of Oxford

on multiple occasions.


  1. 1)Ms Ghosh lied that Mr Kelly’s abusive tweets

did not form part of the Trustee’s serious grievance against Mr Kelly.


This patently false, and Ms Ghosh knows it to be false.

The Oxford Trustee repeatedly made grievances in writing and in meetings

with Ms Ghosh that Mr Kelly’s tweets were abusive and unacceptable.


  1. 2)Ms Ghosh lied that Mr Kelly’s abusive tweets were somehow not posted by him.


This again patently false.

In a grievance meeting against Adrian Kelly on 4 June 2019 in Ms Ghosh’s office,

Ms Ghosh was shown Mr Kelly’s abusive tweets and she expressed discontent with them.

Balliol College follows Mr Kelly’s abusive Twitter account and can see his abusive tweets.

Ms Ghosh continues to refuse to investigate this serious misconduct,

and is now bizarrely stating that she believes that Mr Kelly

did not post the countless abusive tweets on his Twitter account

in spite of overwhelming evidence to the contrary.

Adrian Kelly and Helen Ghosh lie

about Mr Kelly’s abusive Tweets

.

On Tuesday 13 August 2019,

Adrian Kelly lied to the

Master of Balliol College,

stating that these

abusive tweets

were not posted by him.

On Tuesday 13 August 2019,

Adrian Kelly lied to the

Master of Balliol College,

stating that this

abusive tweet

was not posted by him.

On Tuesday 13 August 2019,

Adrian Kelly lied to the

Master of Balliol College,

stating that this

abusive tweet

was not posted by him.

On Tuesday 13 August 2019,

Adrian Kelly lied to the

Master of Balliol College,

stating that these

abusive tweets

were not posted by him.

On Tuesday 13 August 2019,

Adrian Kelly lied to the

Master of Balliol College,

stating that this

abusive tweet

was not posted by him.

On Tuesday 13 August 2019,

Adrian Kelly lied to the

Master of Balliol College,

stating that this

abusive tweet

was not posted by him.

On Tuesday 13 August 2019,

Adrian Kelly lied to the

Master of Balliol College,

stating that these

abusive tweets

were not posted by him.

On Tuesday 13 August 2019,

Adrian Kelly lied to the

Master of Balliol College,

stating that these

abusive tweets

were not posted by him.

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,

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

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

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


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

an embarrassed Mr Skinner immediately left 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.

Empirically, one would expect to find that a man, who would engage in

bullying, intimidation and physical violence against an innocent puppy,

would also have a higher likelihood to engage in

bullying, intimidation, verbal and psychological violence against innocent people.

One would therefore empirically expect systemic violence to be present.


One would also expect to find that a man, who would engage in such violence against

innocent animals and people, would also (when caught), deny such abusive violence.


To test the hypothesis, the following tweets are from a man who abuses a puppy:

Chief Inspector of the RSPCA

Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

condemns Adrian Kelly’s abuse of puppy

On Wednesday 12 June 2019 videos were sent to the

Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA)

along with signed witness statements from three persons who witnessed

Adrian Kelly abuse the innocent puppy on multiple occasions.


On Friday 28 June 2019, the RSPCA Chief Inspector

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

and gave his verdict on Mr Kelly’s abuse of the puppy, stating that Mr Kelly:


“...caused the dog to yelp, it caused it some pain.

That is not in dispute whatsoever.


He is chasing the dog...  there is contact with the dog...

It appears that the dog is manhandled... it looks quite scared...

It looks like there could be an attempt at a swing or a slap at the dog,

that is not in question as far as I am concerned.


The treatment of the animal by the individual

is out of character as to what most people would do.

It could be argued that the handling of the dog isn’t consistent with what we call

‘good practice’, because he scared the dog.


...and nobody wants to see this sort of thing going on...”


The RSPCA Chief Inspector also stated:


”It’s shocking to see the cruelty suffered by animals

at the hands of heartless people with no care for the welfare of animals.


Last year saw a rise in the number of calls we’ve received from members of the public in Oxfordshire, and while it is saddening to think there are so many animals in need of our help we are very grateful to everyone who takes the time to raise concerns.


A call from a member of the public not only helps to give a voice to animals in desperate need but it helps our officers investigate and help bring animal abusers to justice.”


Due to the severely constrained resources of the RSPCA,

they must prioritise their limited time and money on the countless animals

who are suffering near death e.g. via malnourishment.


As the puppy which is abused by Mr Kelly does not appear to be malnourished,

there is little the RSPCA can do.


The RSPCA nevertheless encouraged continued monitoring of the situation,

which is ongoing.

Adrian Kelly retaliated against the whistleblowers

with false and malicious allegations of paedophilia

In retaliation for the whistleblowers recording Adrian Kelly abusing a puppy,

Mr Kelly made false and malicious allegations against the University of Oxford’s

highest-ranking female ethics officer and Trustee and her family,

alleging that the were not recording him beating a puppy,

but that they were allegedly photographing his young daughters

for the purposes of sexual exploitation and/or abuse, and

on Sunday 2 June 2019, Mr Kelly ostensibly threatened to call Child Protection Services.


Instead, the ethical Oxford Trustee and her family called the Police on Mr Kelly,

and filed a formal grievance against him at Balliol College.


There is no evidence that any photographs of Mr Kelly’s daughters were ever taken

by the Oxford Trustee or her family for any purposes whatsoever.


One would have reasonably thought that if Mr Kelly were a good father,

and allegedly fearing that his daughters were being abused or sexually exploited,

that he would have contacted the Police and/or Child Protection Services.

Despite countless “Trump-like” threats, Mr Kelly has never contacted the Police nor Child Protection Services on the University of Oxford’s highest-ranking female ethics officer,

despite the fact that Mr Kelly seems to allege that she is running a paedophile ring.


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

legal action against Balliol College and Mr Kelly (for whom they are vicariously liable)

for defamation (slander and/or libel) and/or

for harassment under the 1997 Protection from Harassment Act.

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

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 in 2018,

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.

Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh, violating

Balliol Statutes in Landmark Grievance against Adrian Kelly

Adrian Kelly yells 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.


He 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.


He began raising his voice angrily demanding that the Oxford Trustee

withdraw her allegations against him.


Oxford’s top female ethics officer did not succumb to Mr Kelly’s toxic masculinity.

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.


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

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


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

"The aim of this Part is to settle or redress individual grievances promptlyfairly and so far as may be, within the relevant area by methods acceptable to all parties.” 


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

Poll: Do you consider Adrian Kelly’s treatment of the puppy

in the videos to be abusive?

Based on the results of the poll so far,

it appears that the vast majority of voters disagree with Mr Kelly and Ms Ghosh,

and agree with the Police the RSPCA Chief Inspector, and the Oxford Trustee

that the treatment of the puppy in the videos is abusive.

Balliol College’s initial response to

Adrian Kelly’s abuse of the puppy

On Tuesday 4 June 2019,

when the Master of Balliol College, Helen Ghosh

was informed of Mr Kelly’s abuse of the puppy,

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

whether she thought Mr Kelly is aware of his own violent behaviour.

The Oxford Trustee replied that whether or not Mr Kelly is aware,

is no excuse for his violent behaviour -

to which Ms Ghosh agreed.


When Balliol College’s Chaplain was first informed about Mr Kelly’s abuse of the puppy,

he immediately informed Ms Ghosh that he would be happy to

rescue the innocent puppy from Mr Kelly and offer it his home.


Given that Mr Kelly has a reputation for such “toxically masculine” cruelty and abuse,

it is completely unsurprising why so few female students apply to Balliol,

the Oxford college which is ranked last in the ratio of females-to-males admitted.

Research on the psychology of animal abusers

Acts of cruelty to animals are not mere indications

of a minor personality flaw in the abuser;

they are symptomatic of a deep mental disturbance.

Research in psychology and criminology shows that people

who commit acts of cruelty to animals don’t stop there -

many of them move on to their fellow humans.”

One study found that in 88 percent of homes where children were physically abused, pets were mistreated too.  A 2007 study found that women abused by their intimate partner were 10 times more likely to report that their partner had hurt or killed one or more of their pets than women who were not abused.”

Additionally, there is some research showing that in some circumstances,

Intentional Animal Torture and Cruelty is sometimes used to coerce, control and intimidate women and/or children to be silent about domestic abuse within the home.”

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

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.

Helen Ghosh 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.


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.

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

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While it is unfortunate for a man to physically abuse an innocent defenceless puppy,

it is even more so that a an innocent young girl has to witness such abuse.

On might logically question what other violence and abuse

Mr Kelly’s innocent young daughter has witnessed in her life.


If Mr Kelly exhibits no shame or guilt when abusing an innocent puppy in public,

one might logically question what occurs in the privacy of his tutorials,

or in the privacy of his home.


Academic research begins to shed light on this serious topic.

When Adrian Kelly was confronted with evidence of his treatment of the puppy,

he stated that he does not consider his behaviour to be classified as abuse.
Balliol Master, Helen Ghosh also believes that it is not abuse.

(This statement is alarming for Balliol students who depend on Ms Ghosh for their safety).


The Police, the RSPCA Chief Inspector and the Oxford Trustee all disagree

with Mr Kelly and Ms Ghosh.


What do you think?


Please email the IISL (postmaster@ii-sl.org) to vote.

You may only vote once.

Emerging 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,

who is the most senior female Fellow at Balliol College and who is also

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

Female Trustee of the University of Oxford

and its highest-ranking female ethics officer

emerging as Feminist Icon of the #MeToo movement

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

is emerging as a Feminist Icon of the #MeToo movement

as she is receiving an outpouring of support

both within the University of Oxford and around the world.


When Michaelmas Term at the University of Oxford commences on 1 October 2019,

students are likely to mobilise #MeTo protests around this extremely important cause.

The Daily Mail, the world’s largest online circulating newspaper will likely cover the event.



The student protests will include males and females from around the University,

united in the common pursuit of justice,

as IISL research demonstrates that the theoretical concept of “toxic masculinity

can be found empirically in both males like Adrian Kelly who predominate,

as well as in a minority of females like Helen Ghosh, who enable such toxic masculinity

(like the female enablers of Harvey Weinstein and Donald Trump).

This new 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 provided 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 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 provided 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:

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,

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.

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.

On Sunday 2 June 2019, the Police were called by the family of the

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

as Adrian Kelly was alleged to have made drunken threats to

the Oxford Trustee and her family.


Just before the Police arrived at the Oxford Trustee’s home,

Mr Kelly’s wife and daughter were crying and screaming at him to stop his abuse

of the Oxford Trustee and her family.


A senior Balliol Fellow then arrived on the scene,

and ordered Mr Kelly to leave the Oxford Trustee and her family alone

and to return to his flat - which he did.


After the Police arrived, they viewed the videos of Mr Kelly abusing the innocent puppy,

and recommend that the damning videos be immediately sent to the RSPCA.


After the Police drove away,

Mr Kelly was seen running down the street chasing after them.

After Mr Kelly caught them, the Police remained in their car.

Police called to the home of Oxford Trustee after

Adrian Kelly issued drunken threats

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

Master of Balliol College

This is the second, high-profile case

of a serious formal grievance against a leader of an Oxford college,

as the Dean of ChristChurch, Oxford, Martyn Percy is also currently embroiled in scandal

which has resulted in him facing removal from office.

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:


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”.

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 2019, it will have been 3 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 three 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.

Poll: Do you believe that Adrian Kelly abused a puppy, or

that Oxford’s top female ethics officer is a paedophile?

Based on the results of the poll so far,

it appears that the vast majority of voters believe that Adrian Kelly is lying,

and that the Oxford Trustee is telling the truth that Mr Kelly abused an innocent puppy.

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

accused Adrian Kelly of animal abuse.


Mr Kelly retaliated that the Oxford Trustee is a paedophile.


Based on the evidence, who is telling the truth?


Please email the IISL (postmaster@ii-sl.org) to vote.

You may only vote once.

Balliol College’s most Senior female Fellow, Trustee and

Highest-ranking female Ethics Officer of the University of

Oxford files a formal grievance against Adrian Kelly

The Ethics of Recording a Crime:


Adrian Kelly was recorded for the sole purpose of detecting and preventing crime:

abuse of- and cruelty to animals.


Guidance on the ethics of recording neighbours came from Balliol College recently,

when Balliol Old Member, Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner

condoned the recording of another Balliol Old Member and Prime Minister Boris Johnson:


“It can be helpful for us if there is evidence of a crime

that we are going to be investigating if somebody has made a recording.”

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)

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,

he disingenuously declares it to be frivolous,

sending a clear signal about his intellectually dishonest bias.



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.

\

Sudhir Hazareesingh

Senior Fellow of Balliol College

Executive Summary:


Adrian Kelly was filmed repeatedly abusing a puppy.

Mr Kelly retaliated against whistleblower with false and malicious claims of paedophilia.


Mr Kelly was removed from his Balliol College flat.

A serious formal grievance was filed against Mr Kelly.

The Police issued Mr Kelly a stern warning.


Balliol Master, Helen Ghosh attempted to cover-up and victimise the whistleblower.

A serious formal grievance was therefore filed against Ms Ghosh.

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.”