The Criminals in uniform – never mind those who remain unconvicted after they created victims

This Daily Mail article today gives me a sigh of relief for a change:

The criminals in uniform: Almost 1,000 officers with convictions from drug dealing to perverting justice are still in the police

  • Two detective chief inspectors among 944 officers in England and Wales with a criminal record
  • One officer found guilty of gross misconduct after sending racist and sexist texts is still in his job
  • Hundreds of others facing misconduct allegations are allowed to escape punishment by quitting their forces

But there is still quite a difference to

  • eight police officers and social workers storming the Musas’ flat in April 2010 to kidnap their children
  • nine police officers and social workers coming to take their newborn baby from the mother’s breast, manhandling her violently
  • police officers arresting the Musas and giving them a rough treatment while in custody
  • police officers “welcoming” them with “you black criminals”…
  • DC Sewart nearly stalking the supporters in court – presumably to give them a hard time – such as Maurice Kirk – after many other supporters had been intimidated, victimised and criminalised
  • Bexleyheath Police being very keen to talk to me about finding Favour Musa – but when they saw the website, there was suddenly “another team” on the case…
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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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One Response to The Criminals in uniform – never mind those who remain unconvicted after they created victims

  1. Pingback: A Typical Day for a Litigant in Person in Custody whilst Unconvicted | Flying Vet challenges South Wales Police

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