DCI Andrew Redwood is due to retire at the end of this year (2014)
How many members think he will
A] kick back and enjoy his retirement and hope the MBM case will go away for him?
B] have the tenacity of Dr G Amaral?
For kick off I vote
Perhaps there should be an option C. 'Will DCI Redwood continue with the whitewash until he retires?
You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all the people all of the time. Abraham Lincoln.
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HelenMeg & I await the thought police with our banning orders.
'Let's be clear, to deal with the ideology of extremism, we must deal with ALL forms of extremism not just violent extremism...We must stop the non-violent extremists inciting hatred in our schools, our universities and yes, even our prisons....Of course, some will argue that this is not compatible with free speech and intellectual inquiry, but I ask you, would we sit back and allow right-wing extremists, Nazis or Klu Klux Klansman to recruit on our univeristy campuses?...Finally, when the safety and security
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I'll go for a 'C' as it could well be an appropriate time to try and wind it up, but if Amaral and the PJ investigation still haven't been resolved, as now seems likely, it could make things awkward.
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I know his brief was to treat it as if an abduction happened in the uk,well what if he as and as found not a shred of evidence to support it but rather the more he delves the more he agrees with the PJ.I might be naive but I would like to think he his intent on solving the case,but as ever with the case there are buts,unless he his leaving it to the very last minute at some time surely he has to interview the ones who made the abduction claim.All IMO of course.
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