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DON'T COME BACK! COPS THREATEN CCN CREW LOOKING FOR 'SECRET MORGUE' VIDEO
ANOTHER MASONIC MET COP OTT ATTACK ON EX-HUSBAND EXPOSING WIFE'S LOVER
ian puddick Ian Puddick with his banner in Parliament Square protesting at the police raid against him. For many men who have faced disturbing abuses by cops who get embroiled in divorces and live of the spoils off fleecing men , here is just one example of their ruthless targeting of ex- husbands. Clearly the ex-wives lover is a mason getting full protection of these evil bastards while the ex-husband is not. But foolishly he is back with his EX.

Plumber whose wife had 10-year affair with company director accused of harassing her lover online

A man who used the internet to highlight his wife's 10-year affair with the director of one of the world's largest financial companies, faces harassment charges. Plumber Ian Puddick will appear at Westminster magistrates this week for a three-day hearing which lawyers believe could help define the limits of free expression online. His legal team, led by Michael Wolkind, QC, are expected to examine the actions of the City of London police who sent a serious crime unit to raid his home and office in search of evidence.

Mr Puddick, 41, from east London, phoned the directors of Guy Carpenter, a reinsurance company advising clients on risk management, alerting them to the affair. Since the case, he has set up a series of websites claiming that the director who he named, was conducting the relationship on company time and expenses. These allegations were rejected by the company.They claim his campaign forced the director to leave his position due to stress.

Mr Puddick's lawyers are seeking to summon a number of Guy Carpenter executives to the court which is like to bring unwanted publicity for the company which likes to keep a low profile. It is alleged the firm employed operatives from Kroll, the worldwide private investigation agency, to establish that Mr Puddick was waging a campaign against them. He is now back with his wife.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • 'Cuckold' case will test the limits of the internet
  • COP ACCUSED OF HACKING INTO TOP SECRET GANGSTER FILES
    james addie A POLICE officer has been charged with trawling secret intelligence files about some of Scotland's biggest mobsters.

    Constable James Addie, 34, is accused of looking at files involving crime lords including Paul Ferris, John Gorman, Johnny Adair and other crime bosses linked to Loyalist terror groups. Addie - who has resigned from Strathclyde Police - faces 15 charges of accessing the Scottish Intelligence Database. The computer system is a "one-stop shop" for information shared between all eight forces, the Scottish Crime and Drug Enforcement Agency and the Serious and Organised Crime Agency.

    Addie is also charged with trawling for information about the UVF Loyalist paramilitary gang - including details of premises they use and weapons in their possession. He is accused of accessing classified material on "target criminals" for nonpolicing purposes while stationed at Paisley and Johnstone police offices between 2005 and last year. One of the highest-profile alleged targets was "Mad Dog" Adair , 47, whose Loyalist terror gang was linked to the murder of dozens of Catholics. The former UDA terror chief fled Belfast in 2003 along with associate Gary "Smickers" Smith, 47. Adair now lives in Troon, Ayrshire, where he is suspected of running a major fake tobacco gang as well as being involved in other crime. Addie is also charged with accessing intelligence in September 2006 on fame-hungry former crack addict Ferris, 47.

    Police chiefs dispute claims by Ferris - suspected of the 1991 murder of Arthur Thompson Jr - that he has quit crime since being freed from jail for gun-running nine years ago. Addie has also been charged with accessing secret files on Gorman, 54, who was jailed for 12 years in 2007 for drug dealing and money laundering. Gorman was snared during Operation Folklore, whose number one target was Jamie "Iceman" Stevenson - Scotland's most powerful crime boss.

    Addie is further charged with viewing intelligence on John Lamb, 57, from Stevenston, and his involvement in the importing of handguns with four associates, as well as links Lamb had to sectarianism and suspicions that he was under surveillance. It is alleged that Addie accessed intelligence on Lamb's drug dealing activities, access to firearms, involvement in money lending, links to paramilitaries and his association with Ferris. Addie - who is also charged with accessing files on Ayrshire gun runners David Russell and Charles Muir - pled not guilty to all 15 charges when he appeared at Paisley Sheriff Court on Wednesday. He is set to stand trial in August.

    Strathclyde Police said: "As he is no longer a serving police officer, he won't be subject to disciplinary procedures."

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  • PAEDO PRISON GOVERNOR NOW BEHIND BARS HIMSELF OVER CHILD SEX OFFENCES
    barry cummings A prison governor convicted of child sex offences has been jailed for four years and branded an "arrogant, overbearing man".

    Barry Cummings, 49, lost his home, his family and his employment at the all-female Low Newton Prison, Durham, after he was convicted by a jury last month of three counts of sexually touching a girl under the age of 13. The events took place some years ago and the girl told her mother what had happened some time later, and the police began an investigation. Cummings was suspended from his wing governor role by prison authorities pending the outcome of the trial, and was sacked after he was convicted.

    Judge Christopher Prince, sentencing at Durham Crown Court, said: "Throughout the pre-sentence report you have continued to deny your guilt for these offences in the face of the overwhelming evidence that was presented at trial." Divorced Cummings was an intelligent man with a law degree, the judge said. "You have struck me as being a strikingly arrogant, overbearing man with a very forceful personality," the judge said.

    The girl's mother said in a victim impact statement that Cummings still features in the child's dreams as an "ogre". The girl wrote to the judge, after Cummings was remanded in custody last month, to say: "I know he is in prison but I still don't feel safe. I hope he goes to prison and doesn't do it to anyone else." Cummings was placed on the Sex Offenders' Register for life and made subject of a Sexual Offences Prevention Order indefinitely.

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  • MARRIED COP CAUGHT KISSING WITH MYSTERY WOMAN ON LIVE VIDEO LINK (FROM 2010)
    simon ovens MISSED THE FIRST TIME AROUND. BUT THERE IS NOW FAR MORE TO THIS STORY THAT IS YET TO COME OUT .

    A top police officer was caught on a live video link having a cuddle and a kiss with a mystery woman... after he forgot to turn off the screen.

    Married Superintendent Simon Ovens, 43, was taking a daily briefing which was broadcast on giant screens to officers at three police stations under his command. But at end of the video call from his office he only turned off the volume and left the pictures running. Colleagues then watched in astonishment as a pretty woman suddenly appeared on the screen and gave him a kiss and warm embrace. Supt Ovens, who has told colleagues he is separated from his wife, was then seen answering his mobile. And he looked white-faced after being told he had not switched off the link.

    A police source said: "Nobody could quite believe the governor not only forgot to turn the screen off, but kissed a woman on screen. "There were unfounded stories going around that they were having sex on the desk and other outrageous things, but none of that happened. "It was still pretty funny to see the look on his face. "We try to catch criminals on camera but the boss was pretty embarrassed being watched by dozens of his officers because he couldn't work a video link properly." Another colleague said: "It was just a kiss on the cheek."

    Supt Ovens was at London's Belgravia station for the briefing just over a week ago, with the link going out to officers there and Charing Cross and West End Central stations. Yesterday his wife Diana said: "He is very much my husband. It must be a load of rubbish."

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  • HAVE THE METROPOLITAN (MASONIC) COPS GONE MAD?
    jody mcintyre THE MET'S MASONIC COPS ARE MAD AND HAVE BEEN OUT OF CONTROL FOR YEARS . FULL TO THE GUNNELS WITH CORRUPT MASONS GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER WHILE PROTECTING EACH OTHERS ARSE'S. ALSO USING TERRORISM AS AN EXCUSE TO PLUNDER THE PUBLIC PURSE WITH MASSIVE OVERTIME CLAIMS. THE MET USE TERRORISM AS A LUCRATIVE WAY OF VASTLY INCREASING THEIR TAKE HOME PAY. ALSO THE ROYAL PROTECTION SQUADS SALARIES COSTING THE UK A FORTUNE TO PROTECT THE ESTABLISHMENT MAFIA.

    Of course, I never expected to receive any kind of rigour or openness from an investigation which consisted of the Metropolitan Police, whom I consider to be one of the most corrupt and inept institutions in the country, investigating themselves, but their report on my case was even poorer than I could have imagined. As I stated during my interview on BBC News last night, I believe that the police are acting as the biggest, armed, government-sponsored gang. Interestingly, rather than informing myself or my solicitor in advance, as would be normal procedure, the findings of the investigation were released straight to the media, late on a Friday afternoon.

    It is becoming increasingly clear that the police are intent on whitewashing what is a clear case of police brutality. They have now admitted to striking me with a baton, and there is video evidence, which has been viewed by hundreds of thousands of people online, of a police officer tipping me out of my wheelchair and dragging me across the road. If this had been any other member of the public, he would be on trial for assault, but because it was a police officer, unaccountability is once again the order of the day.

    But it is very difficult for me to be surprised by any of this. It is difficult for me to be surprised when I know that Alfie Meadows, who almost died from his injuries at the same demonstration, has been charged with violent disorder, and will face his first hearing on June 9th. If he had died from his injuries, would the police still have charged him, in absentia? It is difficult for me to be surprised when I know that the families of Sean Rigg, Ricky Bishop, Smiley Culture, Kingsley Burrell, and many more who have died in police custody, never got justice. It is difficult for me to be surprised to know that the same Directorate of Professional Standards who are currently claiming there is “no evidence” to support my complaints, also made an initial ruling that led to no police officer being put on trial for the death of Ian Tomlinson. Now, two years later, PC Simon Harwood has been charged with manslaughter.

    Throughout the report the police officers involved have stated that they were acting in my best interests, and this appears to have been accepted by those carrying out the investigation. That is a telling indication of how the Metropolitan Police views disability; the MPS as an organisation appears to believe that the fact someone has a disability renders them incapable of determining their own best interest or to act with autonomy. Even with regard to my ejection from my wheelchair, the police officers involved try to justify their behaviour by referring to the fact that mounted officers were preparing to charge and that I was in the way. I find it stunning that their justification for their violence towards me is that I was in the way of a violent attack on a crowd of protesters, which included children. Remarkably, the report even contains the suggestion that I threw myself from my wheelchair.

    The police are on the back foot, and this report only further dents their credibility as a public institution. Their attempts to criminalise the students demonstrators, just like they did with the Gaza demonstrators after Operation Cast Lead, are destined to fail. It should not be the protesters like me who are on trial, it is the police who should be in the dock to answer for their inexcusable actions.

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  • THUG MET COPS CLEARED OF MISTREATMENT OF WHEELCHAIR PROTESTER
  • DISABLED STUDENT ACTIVIST TIPPED FROM WHEELCHAIR BY MET THUG COPS (VIDEO)
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  • HUNDREDS OF UK COPS SACKED IN SECRET HEARINGS
    acpo BRITISH police forces are sacking 160 officers every year after misconduct hearings held behind closed doors, according to an investigation.

    Officers have been dismissed or ordered to resign for offences ranging from criminal activity, including assaults and perverting the course of justice, to breaches of discipline, such as leaking confidential information and carrying firearms while drunk, The Times of London said. Many of the accused are suspended on full pay, or placed on restricted duties, for long periods at an estimated cost of £2.7 million ($4.4m) per year.

    The disclosures come on the day that a chief constable faces a disciplinary tribunal for gross misconduct for the first time in more than 30 years. Grahame Maxwell, who heads the North Yorkshire force, will answer the allegations today at a hearing being held in private at an undisclosed location. Freedom of information requests to all 52 local forces across Britain uncovered a disciplinary lottery, with officers being fired in one area for offenses that might attract only a fine in another. Data from three years of cases revealed that 477 officers were dismissed, 52 demoted and hundreds fined or reprimanded. All the proceedings took place in private.

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  • POLICE STOP LATE AT NIGHT VIDEO
    LONDON COPS MURDEROUS CAMPAIGNS NOW UNDER ENORMOUS SCRUTINY VIDEO


    WHILE THE CHIEF CONSTABLES OF LONDON'S MURDERING COPS CONTINUE TO BLEAT ON ABOUT TERRORIST THREATS, LONDONERS SHOULD BE AWARE THEY HAVE MUCH MORE CHANCE OF BEING MURDERED BY A MET COP THAN ANY FOREIGN THREAT. THE OVERTIME PAID TO THESE MURDEROUS BASTARDS UNDER THE GUISE OF TERRORISM IS ASTRONOMICAL, ALONGSIDE THE VAST AMOUNTS PAID TO COPS WHO PROTECT THE ROYAL MAFIA. LONDONS COP MAFIA ARE THE TOP RACKETEERS AND GANGSTERS ACROSS THE GLOBE THANKS TO THEIR CHIEFS ALL HAND PICKED HIGH LEVEL MASONS.
    COPS SCARE TACTICS OVER TERRORIST NUCLEAR THREAT AT SELLAFIELD VIDEO
    G20 DEATH WAS UNLAWFUL KILLING BY THUG MET MASONIC COP VIDEO

  • Murdering G20 cop could still faces manslaughter charge
  • LONDON'S THUG COPS ARE 'OUT OF CONTROL' MASONIC MURDERERS VIDEO

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  • UNDERCOVER COPS SNATCH AND GRAB SQUAD BEHIND ROYAL WEDDING VIDEO


    THIS IS THE MASONIC THUG COPS ARMED TO PROTECT THE ROYAL MAFIA DURING THEIR BLACK NOBILITY WEDDING OF THE YEAR. AS WE HAVE BEEN SAYING FOR A VERY LONG TIME THE ROYALS LIKE OTHER DESPOTS ACROSS THE PLANET HAVE THEIR OWN SPECIAL UNDERCOVER SQUADS USED TO STOP ANY SHOW OF DISSENT BY AN INCREASINGLY FRUSTRATED POPULATION BEING MADE AWARE OF HOW THEY HAVE BEEN GETTING AWAY WITH MURDER FOR FAR TO LONG. YET THEY STILL HAVE THEIR SHEEPLE THAT CELEBRATE THEIR WEALTH , POWER AND PRIVILEGE.

    Video footage given to the BBC for their use. My comments below are not supported nor endorsed by the BBC. The comments below are my own.

    I was on my way to deliver this footage to the BBC in Regent Street when I was detained under section 60. I had started recording on my camera before the police approached me and they forced the camera from my hand and held both my arms as if I was a criminal. I was asked for my details but refused to give any until I had been told what law and what crime I had commited. The officers could not tell me what crime but were only able to use Section 60 which is a stop and search power. Everyone has the right not to give their details during a search. They then asked me if my bank card which they took from my pocket belonged to me. I told them that it did and they arrested me for Suspicion of Handling Stolen Goods. (The card belonged to me). Before my arrest I had arranged to give my footage to the BBC and a BBC reporter booked my name with reception. I was followed from Soho by two police officers in uniform. I was detained and arrested on Regent Street close to the BBC building. I found it strange how they would decide to detain me before I could get to the BBC.

    After I was released without Charge and without Caution after 4 hours I promptly made my way back to the BBC in Regent Street and was finaly able to pass them this footage. I also want to point out that many people have been arrested over the last two days I have just seen on the BBC a playright being arrested along with another man who was wearing fancy costume. Apparently its illegal to wear fancy costume when the royal family are doing something.

    "Marksmen from the Met's specialist CO19 firearms unit are understood to be on a 'shoot to kill' footing and special forces are expected to infiltrate the crowds."
    MASONIC MURDERING FASCIST THUGS BEHIND BRITISH ROYALTY VIDEO


    Whilst on my way to the internet cafe I discover the reason why only a few demonstrators have arrived at Soho Square. After a minute I am treated to a demonstration of Section 60. Officers were ok with my camera up to the point where they realised they wouldn't be getting any details out of me without a criminal offence being committed.

    Section 60 has become the new Section 44 which was ruled illegal by the European Courts. Expect the police to be using Section 60, just as much after today.
    THE ROYALS SPY COPS IN SOHO SQUARE DURING WEDDING VIDEO
    ACPO (ASSOCIATION OF CHIEF POLICE OFFICERS) RUN BY MASONIC THUGS
    acpo NO ONE IS SAFE WHILE THE UK IS CONTROLLED BY THE NAZI MASONS RUNNING THE POLICE FORCE FOR THEIR OWN AND THE CROWN JUDICIAL CONTROLLERS ENRICHMENT. THE COMPLICIT MEDIA ONLY NOW IDENTIFYING THE RING LEADERS AFTER YEARS OF ABUSING THE PUBLIC . MANY OF OUR GROUP HAVE FACED THE WRATH OF THESE MOBSTERS WHO HAVE SWINDLED US OUT OF MILLIONS USING DODGY COURT ORDERS GIVEN TO THEM BY THEIR BROTHERS IN ARMS A CORRUPT JUDICIARY.

    One good thing can come of Mark Kennedy saga – disbanding of ACPO

    The Association of Chief Police Officers allows police to act like Guardia Civil under Franco: for the powerful, against the public

    Here are the results so far of the undercover surveillance operation the police conducted against a group of climate change activists:

    • one trial abandoned, at great expense

    • 20 people subject to what looks like a miscarriage of justice, at even greater expense

    • a further £1.75m squandered on an operation whose purpose remains inscrutable

    • a number of women sexually exploited, apparently with the blessing of the state

    • the life of at least one person (the undercover cop Mark Kennedy) irredeemably ruined.

    All for what? To spy on a group described as "decent men and women with a genuine concern for others" who "acted with the highest possible motives". They were prepared to be held to account for their actions and they offered no threat to life or limb. Yesterday, Keir Starmer, the director of public prosecutions, did something almost unprecedented: he asked people convicted in an English court to appeal against their convictions. He did so because the report he commissioned into the trial of 20 environmental campaigners (who planned to enter the Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station in Nottinghamshire to protest against its contribution to climate change) suggests that their conviction is unsafe. The question marks have arisen because the police failed to disclose some crucial evidence: that the protesters' plan was hatched with the help of undercover officer Mark Kennedy, who had been engaged to spy on these gentle, public-spirited people for seven years. There is little doubt that the 20 will win their appeal. But that is just the beginning of what needs to happen. There's an even more important task: to hold to account the people who commissioned this farce.

    Kennedy was run by the National Public Order Intelligence Unit. This is a body composed largely of police, but at the time it wasn't under the control of a police force. It answered instead to an organisation whose continued existence is an affront to both democracy and justice: the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO). It is not a public body, but a private limited company. It is not subject to freedom of information requests or democratic scrutiny. It funds itself partly through the state monopoly it has been granted by the government to sell public property – the kind of Royal licence that Charles II used to issue. For £70, it flogs items of data from the police national computer that cost 60p to retrieve.

    With these funds it has been running what is, in effect, a private militia in the United Kingdom. Until the Kennedy revelations made its role impossible to sustain, it controlled a number of police units, employing public servants to perform tasks over which there was no direct state control. As so often happens where accountability fails, the units worked for those who have power, against those who don't. They collaborated closely with large corporations, particularly with large corporations that are damaging the public interest. We know that two of ACPO's bodies – the National Public Order Intelligence Unit and the National Extremism Tactical Co-ordination Unit (NETCU) – have worked with companies running coal-burning power stations to prevent them from being held to account.

    Mark Kennedy Their activities go far beyond the constitutional role of the police, straying into work that is blatantly political. When, for example, local people in Oxfordshire protested peacefully against RWE npower's plan to fill the beautiful lake where they swam and picnicked with pulverised fly ash from Didcot power station, NETCU slapped them on its list of "domestic extremists". They had broken no laws and done nothing extreme.

    Watching the Mark Kennedy story unfold, and seeing the failure to properly investigate phone hacking at Rupert Murdoch's News of the World it is becoming obvious that police chiefs in this country are out of control. They appear to see their role as protecting corporate power against the people, regardless of what the law says. To this end they are spending both public money and private money extracted from public hands, without obvious lines of accountability or constitutional authority. They are behaving as you would have expected the Guardia Civil under Francisco Franco to behave: working for private interests against the public interest.

    If some good is to emerge from the outrageous Kennedy saga, it must start with the disbanding of the ACPO. Though it has now lost some of its powers, it remains a sinister and undemocratic organisation. There is no role for a private company overseeing public policing, especially a private company run by senior public servants. The police chiefs who commissioned the spy rings run by ACPO's organisations must be held to account. If they have broken the law, they must be put on trial. Only then will we have some chance of believing that the law applies to everyone, and is not the exclusive property of corporations and secretive chief constables.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • JUSTICE MARCH AGAINST DEATHS IN POLICE CUSTODY INCLUDING SMILEY CULTURE VIDEO


    smiley culture Thousands of people demanding "justice" over the death of reggae star Smiley Culture are set to march through London tomorrow. The group, walking from South London to Scotland Yard via Parliament Square, say it will be "the largest black community-led demonstration in years".

    Organisers said they are marching for all people who have died in police custody as well as Smiley Culture, real name David Emmanuel. He died of a single stab wound to the heart in the kitchen of his home in Warlingham on March 15. An inquest into his death was told he stabbed himself as the Met Police were executing a search warrant.

    Emmanuel, 48, who briefly found fame in the Eighties as a reggae singer and DJ, was on bail for conspiracy to supply cocaine and was also under investigation for a separate plot allegedly involving drug mules bringing cocaine to Britain.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • THUG COPS IN SOUTH BELOIT TASER THEN STRANGLE WOMAN IN THEIR CUSTODY VIDEO


    From 2008 - Released Under - FOIA

    A video shot inside a holding room at the South Beloit Police Department, that sparked an investigation by the Winnebago County State's Attorney's Office and Illinois State Police is released.

    According to City of South Beloit Attorney Roxanne Sosnowski, the city got a letter from the Illinois Attorney General's Office Monday saying it didn't have authority to keep the video from media agencies that filed a Freedom of Information Act Request for it. It's an hour and a half long video of an arrest from 2008 that the Beloit Daily News edited down to two and a half minutes.

    Sosnowski confirms the first officer you see in the video with the taser is Sergeant Brad McCaslin. Later, former South Beloit Chief Tom Fern is seen talking to the woman before he grabs her by the neck and holds her down on the bench for about a minute before he lets her up. Sosnowski says the video was shown to the Winnebago County State's Attorney's Office. It said the Illinois State Police should investigate the incident. Sosnowski couldn't say why. State's Attorney Joe Bruscato confirms Illinois State Police are investigating matters related to the tape and have been since May of 2010. He couldn't say what specifically because it's an on-going investigation.
    RELIANCE HEAD OF THE PRIVATE COMPANY THAT MOVES PRISONERS GUNNED DOWN
    reliance security Millionaire businessman and second man shot dead in sleepy Somerset village

    A prison transport group boss and a second victim were gunned down in a sleepy village in rural Somerset last night. Ray Masters, a director of Reliance Custodial Services - the company that operates prison transfer vans - died at his home in Westbury-sub-Mendip near Cheddar some time after 10pm. Police officers who arrived on the scene discovered a second body in a nearby churchyard shortly afterwards.

    Masters, reported to be a millionaire, is thought to have still been alive when police turned up at his home, Westbury House, last night but died at the scene shortly after. Neighbour Ian Harvey had telephoned police to report hearing six or eight gunshots and screaming around 10pm. Other locals also reported a commotion and gunshots at the same time.

    Mr Masters, a 58-year-old businessman, lived with wife Florina, 55. An Avon and Somerset Police spokesman said they were not currently looking for anyone else in connection with the incident. Mr Harvey was at home when the blasts of the double-barrelled shotgun reports rocked the peace of Sunday evening.

    'I heard a few shots - at first I thought it was a farmer shooting rabbits,' he said. 'But the shots got louder and I thought it was too close to be a farmer. 'The last one was very loud - in the churchyard.

    'But it was very disturbing - very shocking. Ray was a good neighbour - I used to have a good chin wag when we met. 'It's difficult to say why it happened. He had various business interests - I don't know if he had enemies. 'He had a lovely family - I feel so sorry for them.'

    Police have sealed off St Lawrence Church and neighbouring property Westbury House. The force spokesman said crime scene investigators were working to establish the circumstances leading to the two deaths.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • Horror in village as 'debt-row' gunman kills Reliance boss then shoots himself
  • TEXAS COP ABUSES BABY SQUIRREL WITH MACE SPRAY VIDEO
    COPS PEPPER SPRAY 8 YEAR OLD BOY VIDEO
    G20 MURDERING COP APOLOGIES TO IAN TOMLINSON'S FAMILY VIDEO
    G20 MURDERING COP ARRIVES AT HEARING THEN TOMLINSON FAMILY LEAVE VIDEO
    WAS G20 MURDERING COP SIMON HARWOOD PROTECTED BY MASONIC SUPERIORS?
    pc simon harwood The death of Ian Tomlinson, a bystander at the G20 protests, is only ONE example of how the met is run by thugs. Simon Harwood had a LONG history of abuse while previously in the police force yet time and again he was allowed back into the ranks after being pensioned off while on the sick after serious concerns were raised about his conduct.

    He seems to have had more than nine lives as he built up a catalogue of disciplinary hearings yet time and again chief constables aided and abetted his return to front line police duties. He intentionally made it difficult to be identified while on duty at the G20 and a controversial decision to allow a known THUG to operate on the front line of a protest that was going to get heated. Unfortunately Ian Tomlinson was in the wrong place at the wrong time only to be physically hammered by Harwood whose long history of abuses had been rubber stamped by every one of the chief constables who he worked under. Most of them high level masons expert at protecting the thugs they use within their ranks.

    British cops, but especially the met, are full of masonic thugs with agenda's that are bugger all to do with protecting the public but only to protect their masonic masters who are up to their neck in fraud and corruption. Londoners should be aware that any of them can be gunned down in the street BY ACCIDENT and rogue cops can walk away without a blemish to their name that is how well they are protected by the crooks that have now taken over Britain. Ask the family of Charles De Menezes who watched an innocent man being gunned down by the sheer incompetence of masonic sniper cops.

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  • POLICE CORRUPTION COVER UP OF DEATH OF PRIVATE DETECTIVE DANIEL MORGAN 24 YEARS AGO (VIDEO)
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    POLICE HEARING DISRUPTED OVER COP RAID DEATH OF SMILEY CULTURE VIDEO
    POLICE CORRUPTION COVER UP OF DEATH OF PRIVATE DETECTIVE 24 YEARS AGO VIDEO
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    CORRUPT MASONIC COPS CAUGHT ABUSING OUR DATA TO SPY ON US
    20 cops dismissed for using force computer to spy on neighbours and partners

    Dozens of police have been caught using equipment at work to spy on their neighbours or partners - and 20 have left the force as a result. Lancashire Constabulary officers and staff breached data protection laws 84 times in the past three years, an investigation has revealed.

    After disciplinary hearings, 13 members of the force were dismissed, seven opted to resign, with many more given final written warnings. Breaches include officers accessing police computer systems to access classified data about potential and ex-partners, disclosing private information to family and friends, spying on ongoing cases and misusing Facebook.

    Lancashire Constabulary last night said data breaches 'will not be tolerated'. The data has come to light thanks to the Freedom of Information Act - and a string of allegations has been uncovered, including:

  • How a superintendent was alleged to have inappropriately used police systems to check the whereabouts of an ex-partner and information about her current boyfriend.
  • That a police officer told his daughter and a third party that her new boyfriend had previous convictions for sexual offences.
  • One officers conducted 53 different searches on a force computer with 'no obvious policing purpose'.
  • Another policeman 'significantly misused' the database and disclosed secret information to a third party, amounting to 'misconduct in a public office'.
  • A police constable used the IT systems to check the background of a car he was intending to buy.
  • A sergeant was handed a final warning after using the police computer to spy on his family.

  • Requests for a breakdown of breaches by police station were rebuffed by Lancashire Constabulary amid fears that information could lead to officers' identification. But a special constable and police constable based in the West Lancashire 'Southern' division were among those to face data breach allegations.

    And another PC faced claims he used police systems to check residents in a Tarleton street prior to purchasing his home there. The same officer is alleged to have accessed other logs relating to a complainant and their neighbours, and divulged the information to a third party. But the force ultimately took no further action.

    The use of restricted data systems is audited by the police's Professional Standards Directorate, which investigates alleged breaches. Sanctions range from advice, to formal written warnings and reprimands and, for the most serious offences, dismissal.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • NEW FOOTAGE OF IAN TOMLINSON COP MURDER AT G20 VIDEO
    ACPO: THE ASSOCIATION OF CHIEF (CROOKED) POLICE OFFICERS
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  • ACPO cooking of the crime books
  • COPS ARE A LAW UNTO THEMSELVES
    THERE IS TONS OF EVIDENCE SHOWING MASONIC COPS AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL ARE BOTH CORRUPT AND DANGEROUS TO MOST OF US IN THE UK. VERY FEW PEOPLE HAVE HAD A POSITIVE OUTCOME FROM ANYTHING THE POLICE HAVE DEALT WITH AS THEY ARE TO BUSY AIDING AND ABETTING BAILIFFS WHO STEAL OUR ASSETS, HOMES AND CHILDREN USING ILLEGAL COURT ORDERS SIGNED BY CROOKED MASONIC JUDGES FROM LEGAL SCAMS STARTED BY EQUALLY CORRUPT LAWYERS.

    Senior officers have created a powerful trade union that no one dares take on

    What with its inexplicable absence from the iTunes store, younger readers will not know the song. But for those of an age, The Laughing Policeman was a soundtrack to childhood as recently as the 1970s, when Ed "Stewpot" Stewart played it regularly on Junior Choice. Back then, it bemused me to perdition. What was it that the officer found so hilarious that he chortled until the tears soaked the chinstrap of his helmet? But in recent years, the source of his mirth has become clear. Wouldn't you laugh until the ribcage screamed for mercy if you had a job from which, regardless of any Himalayan peaks of incompetence scaled, you could never be sacked?

    The tale of how Delroy Grant, the so-called Night Stalker, remained at liberty to brutalise the elderly of south London for a decade after Clouseau's thicker cousin Inspector Clouless would have nabbed him is as depressing as it is predictable, and the catalogue of calamitous failure too long to be reprised here. But to give a flavour, in 1999, 10 years before a detective newly assigned to the case cracked it in 17 days, an officer with a car number plate tip-off went to Grant's home, left because he wasn't in, and never bothered to go back and ring the doorbell again.

    That officer will not be fired, we are told, though given the average police retirement age of 51 – in the style of the Grandstand vidiprinter clarifying an outlandish football result, that's FIFTY-ONE – it would probably be too late anyway. A few people will be "spoken to", apparently, and mild disciplinary action may be taken, although precisely what that means (a month's ban on parking the patrol car on the double-yellows while nipping into McDonald's?) will, of course, be contained within the constabular hive of self-serving secrecy. This tells us two things we knew already: that senior police treat the public with such clinical contempt that the notion of punishing officers for failing us disgracefully is anathema; and that the police remain the last, great trade union barony. In technical terms, the Police Federation is no union at all… but as Robert Peel used to say, technical smechnical. Everything about it – from the vicious militancy with which it resists any reform, to the Spanish practices it has thus far safeguarded through this age of austerity – makes the newspaper print unions of old look positively dilettante.

    The two are linked. Whether there was ever a golden age of beat bobbies cheerily helping old dears – like those whom Grant terrorised – with their shopping, I don't know. It may be that for every George Dixon bending his knees to the good people of Dock Green, there were five dodgy PCs taking protection money from the Bideaway Tea Rooms down the road. Nor is the caricature of the dim detective anything new to fans of Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot, let alone students of the Yorkshire Ripper inquiry. Yet even if rose-tinted spectacles are best unworn in this context, growing up in the 1970s there did seem to be some connection between police and public; some sense that they were there to serve us rather than boss us about and rip us off blind.

    The irony is that in breaking the union stranglehold, Mrs Thatcher politicised the police by loosing them on the strikers of Wapping and the miners, and in doing so created the mighty de facto union of today. No government since has dared take on the Federation, every one recoiling in dread at the melodramatic warnings of anarchy in the UK that is its auto-response whenever challenged. The charmingly cosy relationship between the police and the Murdoch tabloids (The News of the World pays officers for information; John Yates barely bothers to investigate its bugging of phones) confers a protective cloak that allows the police to retain the overtime payments, bonuses and other benefits that seem, shall we say, mildly anachronistic.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • Sixth police spy in protest movement unmasked
  • RAP STAR DIES DURING COP RAID ON HIS MANSION
    Smiley Culture, who has died during a police raid at his home in Surrey, performing at Reggae Sunsplash in London in 1985.

    David Emmanuel, the British rap star Smiley Culture, died from a single stab wound through his heart, according to a postmortem examination. The 48-year-old singer died during a Metropolitan police raid at his house. His family have been told he stabbed himself while making a cup of tea. Emmanuel's family say the postmortem has strengthened their resolve to uncover the truth behind the "most bizarre of circumstances". They say they will employ an independent pathologist to verify the cause of death.

    "As a family, we are in a state of deep sorrow and anger," said David Emmanuel, the musician's nephew, at a packed public meeting in Brixton, south London. "My uncle was a father, an uncle, a friend and a mentor to many and is a British icon who died under the most peculiar of circumstances. "This is not a race issue, although there are suspicions that ethnicity has some relevance in this tragic event. This is a time when the whole British public will stand up to let the police and government know that we will no longer allow any citizen to die in the most bizarre of circumstances. Instead, we will seek the truth, doggedly, until that truth has been exposed." Emmanuel was stabbed shortly before 8.30am on Tuesday, an hour and a half after four Metropolitan police officers arrived at his house in Warlingham, Surrey, with a search warrant.

    A relative, who asked to remain unnamed, said she saw Emmanuel shortly after 8am. He seemed calm, she said, but appeared to indicate that he was confused by the raid. She saw him "surrounded by officers" and when she waved to him, he "shrugged his shoulders, as though to tell me he didn't know what was going on". It was after this that Emmanuel was allowed to go unaccompanied into his kitchen, his family say. "Why, if Smiley was arrested, was he allowed to go near a kettle full of boiling water and drawers full of knives?" asked Lee Jasper, chair of the London race and criminal justice consortium. "It just doesn't make sense." At about 8.30am an air ambulance was called by police officers. The helicopter arrived but Emmanuel died at the scene.

    The case has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission, which is setting up a community reference group to tell local people and the family of the investigation's progress and channel questions or concerns. "This investigation is examining the basis on which Metropolitan police service officers went to Surrey to carry out the search warrant on Tuesday, how that was planned, how it was communicated with Surrey police and what happened while officers were at the address," said IPCC commissioner Mike Franklin. "It is also looking at the response of the officers present to examine what was done in terms of first aid. The independent investigation will be studying forensic evidence and all other possible lines of enquiry to try to establish a factual account of exactly what happened," he added.

    "Many of the questions that I know Mr Emmanuel's family and friends have are exactly what we will be examining as part of this investigation. I want to reassure people that we will thoroughly scrutinise this incident and will update all those involved as we progress. I will also make the findings of our investigation public at the earliest opportunity. Until then, I would ask that speculation is avoided." In September last year Emmanuel appeared before magistrates charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine. He was due in court in the coming days. Another relative, Merlin Emmanuel, said he refused to believe the singer had taken his own life.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • FORFEITURE ABUSE : EVEN DRUMS AREN'T SAFE FROM AMERICA'S CORRUPT COPS VIDEO
    POLICE CAR TRIES TO RUN OVER PEDESTRIAN IN TANGIERS, MOROCCO 21 FEB 2011 VIDEO
    TOP MASONIC MET COPS WRIGGLING OUT OF THEIR LIES ON G20 SPY COPS VIDEO

  • Scotland Yard chief says sorry over G20 policing LIES!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • ALL DODGY COPS AND POLITICIANS USE THE WORDS LIKE "HONEST MISTAKE" AND "IN GOOD FAITH " TO JUSTIFY THE SECRET CRIMINAL AGENDA THEY OPERATE UNDER.
    UK'S MASONIC MET COPS STATE SPONSORED SEXUAL ABUSE VIDEO
    COP SPIES ARE SLEEPING WITH POLITICAL ACTIVIST GROUPS THEY INFILTRATED VIDEO

  • Secret spy cop protest: Uncover your undercover officers, Met told
  • DON'T JUST GET RID OF COP SPIES, SACK THEIR MASONIC ACPO BOSSES
    AS WE HAVE BEEN EXPOSING FOR MANY MANY YEARS BRITAIN'S COPS ARE ACTING LIKE AN ARM OF THE GESTAPO HEADED BY CHIEF CONSTABLES WHO ARE ALL MASONIC OPERATIVES. NOW EVEN THEIR COMPLICIT MEDIA IS FINALLY CATCHING UP ON THEIR EVIL CAMPAIGNS AGAINST LAW ABIDING CITIZENS WHO DARE TO STAND UP AGAINST THEIR TYRANNY.

    How does the police force operate? Who precisely is in charge of whom? There’s a plethora of titles. Commanders, commissioners and assistant commissioners, not to mention ­superintendents and operational heads and — dozens of ranks down — the copper on the beat.

    There’s the delicate relationship between the London Mayor and the Metropolitan Police Authority, as well as the mysterious ­Association of Chief Police Officers. I haven’t even started to factor in the not-quite police, those pretentiously named community support officers, who wander about in smart uniforms but who actually have limited powers other than ­owning a phone. They can’t arrest anyone, for a ­­­start — they need to call real police to do that. Police top brass are always on-message, using emollient consultant-speak. They spend a lot of time ticking boxes, meeting diversity quotas and assuring us that targets are being met. But recent events — undercover agents ­bonking people they are meant to be spying on, and a protection agent having an affair with the wife and the PA of the high-profile man he was supposed to be looking after — make me ­wonder if this complex organisation would ­benefit from radical pruning. There’s always another division or unit to blame when the ­proverbial hits the fan.

    If last week was a PR disaster for the police force, this week is going to be worse — tomorrow a senior officer will be explaining to MPs why he told them there were no undercover police officers at the G20 protests in the City of London on May 19, 2009, when innocent bystander Ian Tomlinson died after being hit by an officer and falling to the ground. The police say they have ‘looked into the matter again’ and found that plain-clothes officers were present. Funny how they’ve remembered this, a few days after newspapers uncovered four undercover agents who’d spent up to seven years infiltrating protest groups, at a cost of millions. And to what result? At the last minute and at huge expense, a trial against six people accused of planning to invade a power station was dropped, when an undercover agent changed sides and fled abroad. Since then, three more agents have emerged — and all had sex with the very people they were spying on in order to make our lives ‘safer’!

    Yesterday, a former undercover officer revealed they had adopted a tactic of ‘promiscuity’ in order to blend into their new surroundings. What does that say about the mindset of police, often claimed to operate in a macho culture? Women can be used for gratification when necessary? The National Public Order Intelligence Unit responsible for undercover officers is being transferred to Scotland Yard to improve efficiency — but why did senior police officers waste millions of pounds spying on ordinary people who opposed nuclear power or ­supported non-contentious causes? The Unit was originally formed to monitor ­animal-rights activists who threatened the lives and property of people working in scientific research, but police seem to have decided every major protest group needed investigating. Talk about paranoid — even Environment Minister Chris Huhne says that ‘monitoring lawful demonstrators is just nuts’. And what have these secret operations delivered?

    They’ve photographed and filmed peaceful demonstrators from every angle, and yet police still managed to fail to anticipate the tuition fees ­protest, which ended in a riot at Millbank and an attack on the car carrying Prince Charles to a charity performance at the London Palladium that evening. This Thursday, the Acting Head of the Met will have to face questions from the Metropolitan Police Authority, made up of the Independent appointees and elected members of the London Assembly. He’ll have to explain why this costly surveillance doesn’t seem to be stopping demonstrations getting out of hand.

    There’s also the matter of the protection officer who took his job too literally. PC Alan Rice, alleged to have conducted an affair with both Alan Johnson’s wife and his PA, has been suspended and may be charged with ‘discreditable conduct’. The Met says its key targets include ‘improving public confidence’ and ‘offering value-for-money policing’. Judging by recent events, they have some way to go. The Government wants big savings — which could mean 20,000 job cuts. A better solution would be to disband the unit that’s been playing James Bond and submit top brass to pruning. Next to the Royal Household, there’s no better example of over-manning.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • AS A THIRD COP SPY IS EXPOSED FOR SLEEPING WITH THE ENEMY
    THE SINISTER OPERATIONS OF BRITAIN'S MASONIC COP NETWORK SPYING ON US IN ANY AND EVERY WAY THAT THE GESTAPO WOULD BE PROUD OF . BRITAIN'S CHIEF CONSTABLES AND ACPO AN UNACCOUNTABLE AND EVIL CABAL THAT IS SPYING ON US ALL TO KEEP THEIR MASONIC AGENDA ON TRACK, OR SO THEY THINK?

    For more than five years, Jim ‘The Van’ Sutton was one of Britain’s leading eco-warriors. Or so it seemed. He had begun his ‘career’ as a hunt saboteur back in the Nineties, before joining the ranks of the growing environmental protest movement, where he distinguished himself on the ‘front line’ of demonstrations here and in Europe. The latest entry on his CV was driver — hence his nickname — for Reclaim the Streets, a colourful collective opposed to cars, which brought the City of London to a standstill in 1999. Jim was there in the thick of it, of course. On that occasion, he was the ‘navigator’ of a car that had been intended to block Upper Thames Street. But he had left the window open, enabling the police to open the door, take off the handbrake, and push the vehicle aside. ‘Oh I forgot,’ he claimed, when quizzed about his mistake by his peers. But it wasn’t a mistake; Jim had deliberately left the window open. For he was not who he said he was. He was an undercover police officer called Jim Boyling.

    Boyling would later receive a ­letter of commendation for his work. The certificate noted ‘his outstanding devotion to duty and determination over an extended period in the investigation of ­serious crimes’. It was unwarranted. In fact, Jim Boyling epitomises the crisis which is engulfing undercover police ­operations in this country. Far from showing ‘outstanding devotion to duty,’ he broke two of the cardinal rules that govern undercover officers or UCOs. Boyling not only had an affair with a fellow ­activist, he went on to marry her and have children with her.

    'The guys who volunteered for this unit were not experienced plain clothes detectives'

    Boyling is also guilty of an even greater transgression; he is accused of naming at least two undercover colleagues, and ­allegedly ‘outed’ a third who was still on active duty. Nor can Jim Boyling simply be dismissed as a rogue officer; not now, not after the past revelation-filled few weeks, triggered by the Mark Kennedy fiasco. Kennedy, 41, went undercover in 2002 to expose a group of environmental activists and emerged eight years later with nothing to show for his endeavours apart from a string of outraged lovers, and a bill for nearly £2 million of taxpayers’ money which funded the operation.

    By the time Kennedy surfaced, he had ‘gone native’ and identified with the very people he had ­infiltrated, resulting in the collapse of a trial earlier this month of six ­campaigners accused of plotting to occupy a power station. A third officer, named as Mark Jacobs, 44, who became a member of an anarchist group in Cardiff, is also said to have had an affair with a ‘fellow’ activist.

    Mark Kennedy. Mark Jacobs. Jim Boyling. These cases are now the subject of three separate independent inquiries leading Jon Murphy, Chief Constable of Merseyside and a member of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), the body responsible for overseeing undercover operations, to admit: ‘Something has gone badly wrong here.’ The officers themselves came under the direct ‘control’ of the Orwellian-sounding National ­Public Order Intelligence Unit. It is based on the fifth floor of a tower block not far from the MI6 building on the south bank of the Thames.

    'For operational security reasons, the identity of the head of NPOIU and the unit’s precise location are not disclosed,’ declared Home Office minister David Hanson in response to a written parliamentary question about the section back in 2009. Implicit in his statement was that the individuals targeted posed a real and credible threat and that the officers deployed were of the highest calibre; the elite. Recent revelations suggest neither is true. Members of NPOIU enjoy a less than flattering reputation within the police. They are known disparagingly as ‘The Hairies’ and were not taken seriously by colleagues outside the unit. ‘They are - and were - considered by my peers and myself as second-rate,’ said a former Metropolitan Police undercover officer. ‘They were not deployed against serious criminals.’

    'They are - and were- considered by my peers and myself as second-rate. They were not deployed against serious criminals.'

    If that is true, why does the NPOIU have nearly 100 staff and a budget of £5.7 million? It is a question that the inquiries will be asking. The NPOIU was established 12 years ago to combat animal rights militants who were waging a ­campaign of terror, which included the use of letter bombs, against ­animal-testing laboratories and pharmaceutical companies. After the main culprits were jailed, the role of the NPOIU was expanded to cover all ‘domestic extremists’ in 1999. Jim Boyling was one of the ­officers who now came under the command of the revamped NPOIU. On paper, he had impeccable ­credentials: a serving officer at SO15, the ­forces’s counter-terrorism unit, he had been working undercover since 1995, adopting the alias ‘Jim Sutton’.

    His new assignment was to embed himself among those pulling the strings of Reclaim the Streets. ­During demonstrations, members would block roads and start impromptu street parties. It was in this group that Boyling, 40, met the woman who would ­compromise the investigation. Her name was Angharad Bevan.

    The two began a sexual ­relationship and, in 2000, moved into a flat together. They went on to have two children before marrying in 2005. By then, Boyling had confessed he was an undercover police offiicer. ‘The impression in the press is that the case of Mark Kennedy was an isolated incident, that it was a really “unusual thing” — but this is not true. I know of multiple cases,’ said Miss Bevan.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • MET COP CAUGHT SHAGGING MP'S WIFE TRIGGERS HIS RESIGNATION VIDEO
    TOP MASONIC COPS LIE ABOUT AGENT PROVOCATEURS AT G20 PROTESTS VIDEO

  • ACPO: A MASONIC SPY NETWORK ILLEGALLY RUN BY UK'S CHIEF CONSTABLES
  • Undercover cop who MARRIED and fathered children with eco-activist he was sent to spy on
  • ACPO: A MASONIC SPY NETWORK ILLEGALLY RUN BY UK'S CHIEF CONSTABLES
    Clean-up of covert policing ordered after Mark Kennedy revelations

    Home Office minister Nick Herbert says Acpo will lose control of three teams involved in tackling 'domestic extremism'

    The government said today that a private company run by police chiefs should be stripped of its power to run undercover spies in the wake of a Guardian investigation into the police officer Mark Kennedy, who spent seven years posing as an environmental activist. The Home Office minister Nick Herbert and senior police officers acknowledged for the first time that "something had gone very wrong" in the Kennedy case, which led to the collapse last week of the trial of six people accused of planning to invade a Nottinghamshire power station.

    Herbert said that the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo), a limited company with responsibility for some sensitive national operations, is to lose control of three teams involved in tackling so-called "domestic extremism". Ministers and senior officers hope the decision may defuse the controversy surrounding revelations of long-term undercover surveillance of peaceful protest groups. Later in the day the national policing watchdog announced the launch of an official inquiry into undercover police work carried out by Acpo. The review by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) will investigate Acpo's decade-long infiltration of the protest movement, assessing whether operations have been "authorised in accordance with law" and "proportionate".

    The review, which will be conducted by Bernard Hogan-Howe, a former chief constable, is now one of three formal inquiries triggered by the Guardian's investigation into Mark Kennedy and up to 15 other police spies. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has already announced an investigation into Nottinghamshire police over allegations it suppressed secret surveillance tapes – recorded by Kennedy – that would have exonerated six activists police tried to prosecute. And today it also emerged that the Serious and Organised Crime Agency, which has responsibility for major cover operations, has begun a simultaneous inquiry into "the conduct of Mark Kennedy". It is the Metropolitan police that is now set to take control of the National Public Order Intelligence Unit (NPOIU), the largest of Acpo's domestic extremism units, and today its acting commissioner, Tim Godwin, said that the force would from now on examine whether operations to infiltrate allegedly dangerous groups are necessary and proportionate, and would ensure that officers like Kennedy were not left undercover too long.

    Godwin said that Acpo, which owned the unit, had already identified it as needing better governance, and that negotiations were under way to bring it into the Met "so that it would come within our command and control system, which would ensure a) compliance with law, b) compliance with rules, c) compliance with ethics". There would "undoubtedly" be a review of the code of conduct and rules for undercover officers in collaboration with bodies like HMIC. "We need to make sure that the controls are in place, that we look after them properly, that we don't over-expose them," he said. "For that particular unit [the NPOIU] we will be looking at all these issues around necessity, proportionality, about looking after the officers themselves, making sure that we don't leave them too long if that's the case."

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • MET COPS REFUSE TO INVESTIGATE DODGY WESTMINSTER PARKING CONTRACTS
    no to bike parking For information sake, back in 2009, I complained to Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson about WCC's abuse of the Crime & Disorder Act which places a requirement on Councils not to implement schemes that could either lead to an increase in crime or even the threat of crime, that the MCS was forcing motorcyclists to publicly display their mobile phones & credit cards (and publicly announcing personal details during the obligatory telephone conversation with Verrus) thereby increasing the threat of being mugged. An assurance from the Commissioner that the matter would be investigated by Borough Commander Simon Bray was totally ignored.

    Similarly, when I filed the comprehensively researched and documented allegation of Misconduct pertaining to the handing of the parking enforcement contracts to brand new company NCP Services (now NSL), the extent of the CID investigation, having informed me that a file was being being prepared for the Serious Fraud Office, then amounted to little more than a certain lowly Detective Sergeant Andrew Stanley having a quick chat with WCC officers, and, of course, accepting everything they said as gospel, and not once referring back to me. At the time, a most interesting contrast arose when, having been informed by Det Stanley by phone (not in writing) that there was "no crime", WCC dispatched a press release triumphantly exclaiming that "Senior Officers at Scotland Yard had informed them" of the same. More interesting was one of Det Stanley's justifications being: "Of course NCP could take over the contracts, they're the same company as National Car Parks Ltd. They even have the same address". Ironically, this was exactly the same conclusion drawn by the District Auditor who claimed that NCP Services Ltd were NOT a separate company, and thus a "new" supplier that should have tendered for the vacated contract, but were in fact now supplying WCC as a result of a "Group re-organisation" within National Car Parks Ltd.

    So, if both the Met Police CID & the District Auditor, following "chats" with WCC, could come to the same conclusion, it can reasonably be deduced that they had both been sold this notion by WCC officers in line with all that PLarge had been telling me throughout my investigations. However, this left one very nagging, but pertinent question that they ALL refused to answer. "If NCP Services Ltd & National Car Parks Ltd were fundamentally the same as to allow the former to replace the latter as a supplier of parking enforcement services, why did WCC have the need, and incur the time & expense to novate the contract?". Well, they refused up until December 2010, when PLarge, clearly forgetting the spin he had previously applied to fool the CID & DA, finally admitted "However, on the novation - there clearly was a change in supplier, because NCP and NSL are two different legal entities. That is why it was necessary for the contract to be novated." Oops, looks like PL has dropped both CID & the DA in the doo-doo!!

    As I mentioned at our last ride-out, if you're gonna bullshit, lie & deliberately intend to mislead, you really must remember what you said to whom, a requirement not placed on those that stick to the truth. And, if there is one silver lining from this cloud, the fact that more & more rank & file are being drawn into WCC's web of deceit, slowly they are beginning to tire of potentially jeopardising their own careers for people to care so little about. As one very senior officer relayed directly to me: "the truth will always come out. Not necessarily in the timeframe you want, nor in the way you want, but rest assured, it will out".

  • NO TO BIKE PARKING TAX
  • TOP COP TORCHED HIS OWN CAR AND BLAMED LOVER'S LAWYER HUSBAND
    James Trotman A senior policeman set fire to his car outside his lover’s home and allowed her lawyer husband to take the blame, a court heard yesterday.

    Chief Superintendent James Trotman fraudulently claimed nearly £20,000 insurance on the burnt-out Citroen Picasso, which he used to buy an Audi A4 convertible, it is alleged. The father of two doused his car in petrol and torched it as he visited his lover, Karin Gray, at her property named Woodhouse in the hamlet of Boars Hill near Oxford, Swindon Crown Court was told. When Trotman returned to the smouldering vehicle, he looked ‘shaken and agitated’ and did not identify himself as a policeman to a fireman attending the blaze.

    But he told him: ‘That’s my bloody car. I’ve been seeing someone I shouldn’t have been seeing but keep that between me and your crewmate.’ He had arranged to spend the evening with Mrs Gray while her husband Ian, a partner at leading City law firm Eversheds, was away on business. Hours before the fire, Trotman told colleague Detective Superintendent Ashley Smith that he was having a 20-month affair with a married woman, the jury was told.

    The 45-year-old said he was concerned about threatening e-mails he had received, one from the sender Iangray666 which read: ‘Woodhouse remains out of bounds for you, Mr Trotman.’ Prosecutor Fiona Elder told the jury: ‘Not surprisingly, DSI Ashley Smith took them seriously and had a conversation with Mr Trotman about them. Chief Superintendent Trotman told his colleague that he did not believe Mr Gray was capable of violence.’

    Trotman ignored advice to stay away from his lover’s home and went to Mrs Gray’s house that night, after watching his daughter star in a school play, the court heard. Witnesses heard what sounded like fireworks at around 10.30pm on the evening of October 20, 2009, but did not hear the smashing of a window or a car alarm. Fire investigations showed the blaze had not been started accidentally, and found a large quantity of petrol on the floor of the passenger footwell. The blaze was believed to have been ignited from inside the car.

    Trotman told police officers at the scene that there might be somebody with a grievance against him and separately told firefighters that a lawyer might have started the fire. In light of the information, police later told Trotman they planned to arrest Mr Gray on suspicion of arson. Miss Elder told the jury: ‘He did not encourage it but he did not make any attempt to dissuade Detective Superintendent Smith. ‘He effectively allowed an innocent man to be wrongly arrested for that crime.’

    But police later discovered that the threatening emails had actually been sent by the partner of a friend of Mrs Gray, and Mr Gray was never charged. Investigators found a green petrol can in woodland near the scene, which Trotman said he had left in the car. He told detectives he had been at Mrs Gray’s house from around 9.45pm on the night of the fire, but the court was told his mobile phone put him near the car at the time the fire started at 10.30pm.

  • FULL ARTICLE HERE
  • Lawyer's wife secretly filed for divorce hours before her top-cop lover torches his car and blames it on his rival, a court hears
  • FASCIST BLACKSHIRTED UNIFORMS ON BRITISH COPS
    black shirt cops
  • Met chief attacks rise of the police in black shirts
  • Police force ditches shirts and ties for black shirts
  • HOW UK'S MASONIC COPS PROFILE PEOPLE REPORTING CRIME THEN PERSECUTE THEM
    We know all the ploys being carried out by the UK's masonic cops as we are victims of their police state. Anyone who seeks to have crimes dealt with will find they become victims of police brutality as they go to extreme lengths to stop anyone daring to have crimes investigated. This ensures their masonic chief constables can doctor the stats showing crime reductions when in fact they are deliberately blocking people from reporting crimes. This is a vicious venomous attack on those who dare request assistance from the thugs now acting as a supposed police force. The chiefs bonus's are assured when they carry out these vindictive acts.

    Police hoarding data on the millions who call to report a crime

    Millions of innocent people have had their details recorded and stored on police databases after reporting a crime, it has emerged. Forces across England and Wales have amassed data about people who dial 999 or non-emergency numbers to report their concerns or pass on information. Details such as age and ethnicity are being kept in databases without the callers’ knowledge. West Midlands Police, Britain’s second largest force, holds 1.1million records of people who have reported offences over the past 12 years. Others, including Lancashire, Cleveland, Avon and Somerset, Gloucestershire, West Mercia and North Wales, hold more than 150,000 each. Senior officers admitted the information could be used against people as part of any future police investigation.

    They insisted gathering the data was necessary to fight crime, protect the vulnerable and ensure concerns were dealt with properly. But critics said it was further evidence of a creeping database state in which information on the innocent was held alongside criminals and suspects. Campaigners said last night that rather than protecting innocent citizens, police are treating them all as potential suspects in crimes. The police databases have come to light following a series of Freedom of Information requests. A total of 13 forces responded with details revealing how they held between 10,091 records (Lincolnshire) and 1,147,413 (West Midlands). The other forces with the biggest databases were Lancashire (around 600,000), North Wales (302,754), Cleveland (172,369) and Avon and Somerset (162,968).

    Hertfordshire said it held 1.6million records of all kinds generated since 1989 while Sussex said it held 5.6million records gathered over seven years. These records included details of millions of victims of crime as well as suspects and offenders. In some cases, police staff not only record names, addresses and contact details, but ask about the callers’ date of birth and ethnicity. Last night campaign groups warned of the dangers. Gus Hosein, of Privacy International, said: ‘There’s a point where the police stop seeing members of the public as the people to be protected and rather see them all as potential criminals. ‘Until now, this only happened in non-democratic states, but I fear that this line has been crossed in ours.

    ‘This only goes to show how far the last government went in promoting this view that we are all criminals. My understanding is that while this government has cut the NPIA, which is a first step, a culture change in the way we are governed and protected is the next one.’ Daniel Hamilton, of Big Brother Watch, said: ‘For the police to log this kind of information isn’t just wrong – it’s dangerous.

    RECORDS KEPT BY UK POLICE FORCES

    Here are details of figures provided by police in response to requests under the Freedom of Information Act.

    Force records of people reporting a crime:

    Avon and Somerset: 162,968
    Cheshire: 23,028
    Cleveland: 172,369
    Dyfed-Powys: 38,756
    Gloucestershire: 162,068
    Hampshire: More than 100,000 records of all kinds in total
    Hertfordshire: A total of 1,680,014 records of all kinds held
    Humberside:122,916
    Lancashire: Around 600,000
    Lincolnshire: 10,091
    North Wales: 302,754
    Nottinghamshire:Between 100,000 and 150,000 records of all kinds created every year
    Sussex: Potentially 2,200 people report crime every day and 5.6 million records of all kinds recorded over seven years
    Warwickshire: More than one million incident logs held including 41,000 victims or complainants
    West Mercia: 156,764
    West Midlands: 1,147,413
    Wiltshire: 13,454

    DECLINED TO RESPOND: Bedfordshire, Derbyshire, Dorset, Durham, Greater Manchester, Gwent, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Merseyside, Northumbria, Nottinghamshire, South Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Thames Valley and Warwickshire. They said it would take too long to compile the figures.

    Requests to Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and South Wales were not completed after requests for clarification on what information was sought.

    Devon and Cornwall, Essex, Leicestershire, Met and West Yorkshire confirmed that they received the request but had not supplied the information within four months of the original request.

    City of London and Kent police did not reply.

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