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'Criminal in uniform' Met chief Ali Dizaei is JAILED for four years for perverting the course of justice

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'Criminal in uniform' Met chief Ali Dizaei is JAILED for four years for perverting the course of justice

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 08.02.10 18:33

A top Scotland Yard officer was branded a 'criminal in uniform' today as he was sent to jail after being found guilty of threatening and falsely arresting a man in a petty row over money.

Commander Ali Dizaei, 47, was sentenced to four years in prison for misconduct and perverting the course of justice at London's Southwark Crown Court.


Full article in Daily Mail: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1249382/Ali-Dizaei-GUILTY-perverting-course-justice.html#ixzz0eyE0ZLRl

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Ten years in the headlines

September 2000: First reports emerge that Dizaei's BMW car has been vandalised. The attack is linked to a racist hate campaign against ethnic minority officers.

January 2001: Dizaei is suspended over 'a number of disciplinary and criminal issues' including dishonesty, attempting to pervert the course of justice, personal conduct and integrity.

April 2001: Dizaei announces he will take the Met to an employment tribunal alleging discrimination over his promotion prospects.

December 2001: Dizaei is charged with perverting the course of justice, misconduct in a public office and eight counts of false accounting. He is also accused of submitting eight overstated travel expenses claims in 1999 for a total sum of nearly £2,400.

April 2003: Dizaei goes on trial at the Old Bailey. He is acquitted.

September 2003: A second criminal trial of Dizaei, relating to mileage expenses claims, is dropped at the last moment when prosecutors offer no evidence.

November 2003: A police misconduct report finds nine matters against Dizaei could be proved. But a secret deal is brokered between the senior officer and the force which means he will not face punishment. This is strongly criticised by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). He later receives around £60,000 in compensation.

May 2004: Dizaei is given a temporary promotion to chief superintendent.

June 2006: Dizaei speaks out after a botched terror raid on the home of two Asian brothers in Forest Gate, East London. He calls for more rigorous analysis of intelligence.

August 2006: Dizaei claims the profiling of air passengers could create an offence of 'travelling whilst Asian'. The Police Federation accuse him of inflaming moderate Muslim opinion and sensationalism.

December 2006: It emerges the Met tapped Dizaei's phone calls on the force's internal phone network during Helios as the interception is ruled unlawful by the Investigatory Powers Tribunal.

June 2007: The Metropolitan Police Authority orders an inquiry over claims Dizaei failed to repay money he spent on a police American Express card and not keeping receipts.
It is alleged he spent more than £5,000 on clothes and perfume while on a trip to the United States.

July 18, 2007: Dizaei goes to the Persian Yas restaurant in High Street Kensington, west London, with his wife after attending a Scotland Yard ceremony. He arrests Iraqi web designer Waad al-Baghdadi in the street.

September 12, 2007: Dizaei is suspended by the Metropolitan Police Authority's professional standards sub-committee. It emerges he is the subject of three inquiries. They focus on the use of his company credit card, the Yas incident and claims he gave inappropriate advice to a defence solicitor representing a woman involved in a fatal hit and run.

September 19, 2007: Members of the Metropolitan Black Police Association (MetBPA) say they have no confidence in top officers. They say colleagues are 'appalled' at the suspension of Dizaei whom they believe is the victim of a 'sustained witch-hunt'.

December 17, 2007: Dizaei files a claim of racial discrimination against the Metropolitan Police and accuses former commissioner Sir Ian Blair and MPA chief executive Catherine Crawford of colluding to suspend him.

May 21, 2009: Dizaei attends Bishopsgate police station to be charged with misconduct in public office and perverting the course of justice over the clash at Yas restaurant. The allegations follow an investigation by the IPCC.

August 5, 2009: Dizaei pleads not guilty at Southwark Crown Court. Judge Geoffrey Rivlin QC sets a provisional trial date for November 30.

September 24, 2009: Substantial damages are paid to Dizaei over false claims he is a bigamist.

November 20, 2009: Dizaei is cleared of misusing his corporate credit card by an inquiry led by Dorset Chief Constable Martin Baker. It finds no evidence he acted dishonestly or without integrity.

December 28, 2009: A Sunday newspaper pays compensation to Dizaei over false claims of security breaches involving an illegal immigrant.

January 11, 2010: The trial opens at Southwark Crown Court.

February 8, 2010: Dizaei is found guilty of misconduct in a public office and perverting the course of justice.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1249382/Ali-Dizaei-GUILTY-perverting-course-justice.html#ixzz0eyDhnFmE

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Re: 'Criminal in uniform' Met chief Ali Dizaei is JAILED for four years for perverting the course of justice

Post by Tony Bennett on 14.02.10 13:40

What action is going to be taken against all the senior Metropolitan Police Officers who grossly over-promoted this arrogant Iranian gangster and serial liar? Come to that, how did he come through the assessment process when he first applied to join the force? And just how often did this 'Joker' find that oh-so-valuable 'Race Card' tucked up amongst the 'Aces' up his sleeve? And, being nearly white, how did he get to join the 'Black Police Association', never mind running it for a period?

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Post by vaguely1 on 14.02.10 13:45

'nearly white'?

What does nearly white mean?
According to the constitution of the NBPA:
1.3 The definition of "Black" is one that emphasises the common experience and
determination of people of African, African-Caribbean, Middle-Eastern, Asian or
Asian sub-continent origin to oppose the effects of racism and victimisation


They don't base membership on a Dulux paint chart.

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Post by Tony Bennett on 14.02.10 14:34

@vaguely1 wrote:'nearly white'?

What does nearly white mean?
According to the constitution of the NBPA:
1.3 The definition of "Black" is one that emphasises the common experience and
determination of people of African, African-Caribbean, Middle-Eastern, Asian or
Asian sub-continent origin to oppose the effects of racism and victimisation


They don't base membership on a Dulux paint chart.
I was using my dictionary. 'Black' means black, the opposite of white. The Chinese are black? Come off it, they're yellow. And the 'Red Indians'? Well, they're not 'black'.

Are they?

It just shows how daft the constitution of the NBPA is.

And if 'black' meant 'black', they wouldn't have had to allow 'Criminal Ali' into membership!

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Post by vaguely1 on 14.02.10 14:44

From the images I've seen of you Mr Bennett, you are not white either.

I have never seen a Yellow Chinese person,

and do you mean native Americans?

Surely you understand that a persons VISIBLE ethnic origin leaves them open to being treated differently, and that is why there is a NBPA? I thought you had worked on some sort of diversity panel for the police at some stage.

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Post by Tony Bennett on 14.02.10 14:56

@vaguely1 wrote:From the images I've seen of you Mr Bennett, you are not white either.

Whilst I was studying at the London School of Economics (1970-1), one of our profs, Professor Richard Titmuss, used to refer to the Caucasian 'race' as 'pink' all the time. By the way, I object to the word 'race' as I believe all humans are from one 'race', the human race.

I have never seen a Yellow Chinese person,

Noted.

and do you mean native Americans?

'Red Indians' weren't 'native'. They migrated from Scotland and other parts of northern Europe and from eastern Asia into Alaska over the Bering Straits.

Surely you understand that a persons VISIBLE ethnic origin leaves them open to being treated differently...

Yes. Look for example at how the Jews are treated in most Islamic countries.

...and that is why there is a NBPA?

The NBPA is there to promote the interests of black police officers - and of 'non-black' police officers who are allowed to describe themselves as 'black'.

I thought you had worked on some sort of diversity panel for the police at some stage.

I currently serve on an advisory diversity panel for one of Britain's police forces, yes. There are many south Asians and quite a few Afro-Caribbeans on the same panel, and an Arab. But no Orientals, and no Jews.

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Post by vaguely1 on 14.02.10 15:10

Black ....BME, BAME.... covers that then - I think they understand this, even if you're having an awkward five minutes.

Your Prof of Economics sounds like he needs a spot of gardening leave.

Re Red Indians - by the time 'red indians' were discovered - which generation would you estimate they were on? They are indigenous people of the Americas. There is an official recognition of what makes someone native/indigenous. I think you will find that they are included in this recognition.

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http://creationwiki.org/Tiras

Post by Tony Bennett on 14.02.10 15:16

@vaguely1 wrote:Re Red Indians - by the time 'red indians' were discovered - which generation would you estimate they were on? They are indigenous people of the Americas. There is an official recognition of what makes someone native/indigenous. I think you will find that they are included in this recognition.
No, they are NOT 'native' to the Americas - all migrated there from Europe. If you want to put it that way, the 'reds' got there before the 'whites' did.

Probably the best article on the net on the red-skinned ones [not 'race'] is here:

http://creationwiki.org/Tiras

I accept of course that for 'official purposes' and certain other purposes the Red Indians may be treated as indigenous to North America, the Aborigines to Australia, and so on and so forth.

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Post by vaguely1 on 14.02.10 15:21

I accept of course that for 'official purposes' and certain other
purposes the Red Indians may be treated as indigenous to North America,
the Aborigines to Australia, and so on and so forth.

Then we have no argument. Your opinion, and mine matter not. It was the official classification that I was referring to

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