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Bernard Hogan-Howe to Andrew Mitchell M.P. - I'm really really really sorry that police officers lied and lied and lied and lied

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Bernard Hogan-Howe to Andrew Mitchell M.P. - I'm really really really sorry that police officers lied and lied and lied and lied

Post by Tony Bennett on 05.02.14 18:41


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And they turned over some stones . . .

Post by PeterMac on 08.02.14 16:36

Three officers arrested for having extreme pornographic images on their mobile phones, - which were seized during the Plebgate saga.
Bet they are really happy with their colleagues !

http://news.sky.com/story/1208445/no-10-police-investigated-over-hardcore-porn
Three police from the unit which protects Downing Street are being investigated over claims they shared pornography on their phones.

The Diplomatic Protection Group (SO6) officers were detained on December 19 last year and taken to a central London police station for questioning, Scotland Yard said in a statement.
The alleged exchange of the pornographic images was uncovered during the investigation into the Plebgate scandal, the Times newspaper reported.
"The images identified by the investigation are of an extreme sexual nature, but do not involve children," Scotland Yard said.
One officer has been suspended from duty. Two others have been placed on restricted duties.
A fourth fourth officer, who was interviewed over the accusations in January, has also been placed on restricted duties.
Their homes have been searched.
The Met Police referred the allegations to the Independent Police Complaints Commission which ruled it should be investigated by the Directorate of Professional Standards (DPS).
The DPS misconduct investigation is on hold while the CPS considers the case.
The misconduct investigation will examine whether the conduct allegedly took place whilst the officers were on or off duty.
Specialist officers in the Diplomatic Protection Group search visitors heading into Downing Street and New Scotland Yard.
Members of the Government along with former prime ministers and some former government ministers are among those who would be protected by the DPG.
The DPG is also responsible for guarding sensitive sites such as embassies and missions along with the residential protection for visiting heads of state, heads of government and foreign ministers.
It is also involved in surveillence at events which have been identified as high risk and at diplomatic functions or key sites.
These officers also provide specialist counter-terrorism searches at sensitive addresses, major events and crime scenes.

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Re: Bernard Hogan-Howe to Andrew Mitchell M.P. - I'm really really really sorry that police officers lied and lied and lied and lied

Post by mysterion on 08.02.14 16:49

I don`t know the law. Is there a crime? If so, I gather it is common among school children. They call it sexting.

If they were exchanging on duty, isn`t that a disciplinary matter?

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Re: Bernard Hogan-Howe to Andrew Mitchell M.P. - I'm really really really sorry that police officers lied and lied and lied and lied

Post by Tony Bennett on 08.02.14 17:06

Amongst the flood of negative publicity that for very good reasons surrounds the Met Police these days, let us not forget the case of David Hunt vs Times Newspapers [2013]

The Sunday Times had (correctly) described him as one of Britain's biggest and most dangerous crime lords, and pointed out that senior Met officers were claiming that he and his empire were so powerful that the Met were powerless to deal with him and bring him and his men to justice.

Dave Hunt sued for libel.

The High Court said there was adequate evidence that he was indeed a major 'crime lord': see here - http://www.5rb.com/case/Hunt-v-Times-Newspapers-Ltd-(No.-5)

The Michael Gillard article was sourced by three honest Met Officers (glad to hear there are a few still left) who gave extremely detailed statements about Hunt's network and how it was protected by dozens of corrupt police officers, four of whom were senior Met officers right at the very top of the Met.

I am not at all happy about police officers exchangg extreme pornographic images with each other (if that is what they have done).

But a much bigger priority is to bring Hunt, other crime lords and their employees to justice.

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Re: Bernard Hogan-Howe to Andrew Mitchell M.P. - I'm really really really sorry that police officers lied and lied and lied and lied

Post by aquila on 08.02.14 18:02

The Rebekah Brooks (and 'pals') trial must be really testing a few spincter muscles at the moment. Who knows what can be pulled out of the hat when backs are against the walls.

Fancy an ex chief officer coming out of the woodwork to speak about 'foreign relationships in policing'. Fancy only celebrities being prosecuted unsuccessfully for sexual crime. Fancy all that!

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Re: Bernard Hogan-Howe to Andrew Mitchell M.P. - I'm really really really sorry that police officers lied and lied and lied and lied

Post by Guest on 08.02.14 19:43

@Tony Bennett wrote:Amongst the flood of negative publicity that for very good reasons surrounds the Met Police these days, let us not forget the case of David Hunt vs Times Newspapers [2013]

The Sunday Times had (correctly) described him as one of Britain's biggest and most dangerous crime lords, and pointed out that senior Met officers were claiming that he and his empire were so powerful that the Met were powerless to deal with him and bring him and his men to justice.

Dave Hunt sued for libel.

The High Court said there was adequate evidence that he was indeed a major 'crime lord': see here - http://www.5rb.com/case/Hunt-v-Times-Newspapers-Ltd-(No.-5)

The Michael Gillard article was sourced by three honest Met Officers (glad to hear there are a few still left) who gave extremely detailed statements about Hunt's network and how it was protected by dozens of corrupt police officers, four of whom were senior Met officers right at the very top of the Met.

I am not at all happy about police officers exchangg extreme pornographic images with each other (if that is what they have done).

But a much bigger priority is to bring Hunt, other crime lords and their employees to justice.

Just a thought: technically speaking, can somebody from outside put something on your mobile phone in order to frame you?

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Re: Bernard Hogan-Howe to Andrew Mitchell M.P. - I'm really really really sorry that police officers lied and lied and lied and lied

Post by Guest on 09.02.14 8:24

Porn Inquiry Police Will Not Be Prosecuted

Officers from the unit that protects Downing Street were arrested over claims they swapped images on their mobile phones.

Three police officers who were arrested over claims they shared hardcore pornography on their mobile phones will not face criminal charges.

The trio from the unit which protects Downing Street were detained on December 19 last year on suspicion of accessing extreme images.

They were taken to a central London police station for questioning and had their homes searched.

One officer from Metropolitan Police's SO6 Diplomatic Protection Group (DPG) was suspended from duty.

Two others were placed on restricted duties.

The alleged exchange of the pornographic images was reportedly uncovered during the investigation into the Plebgate scandal.

The officers have now been told there will be "no further action regarding criminal matters but they remain subject to a misconduct investigation", said a Scotland Yard spokesman.

A fourth officer, who was interviewed over the accusations in January, was also placed on restricted duties.

A decision has yet to be made by the Crown Prosecution Service regarding criminal charges against that officer.

The alleged images were of an "extreme sexual nature" but do not involve children.

Specialist officers in the Diplomatic Protection Group search visitors heading into Downing Street and New Scotland Yard.

Members of the Government along with former prime ministers and some former government ministers are among those who would be protected by the DPG.

The DPG is also responsible for guarding sensitive sites such as embassies and missions along with the residential protection for visiting heads of state, heads of government and foreign ministers.

It is also involved in surveillance at events which have been identified as high risk and at diplomatic functions or key sites.

These officers also provide specialist counter-terrorism searches at sensitive addresses, major events and crime scenes.

http://news.sky.com/story/1208445/porn-inquiry-police-will-not-be-prosecuted

That was quick from the story first breaking, wonder why?

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Re: Bernard Hogan-Howe to Andrew Mitchell M.P. - I'm really really really sorry that police officers lied and lied and lied and lied

Post by bobbin on 09.02.14 9:16

Cherry Blossom wrote:Porn Inquiry Police Will Not Be Prosecuted

Officers from the unit that protects Downing Street were arrested over claims they swapped images on their mobile phones.

Three police officers who were arrested over claims they shared hardcore pornography on their mobile phones will not face criminal charges.

The trio from the unit which protects Downing Street were detained on December 19 last year on suspicion of accessing extreme images.

They were taken to a central London police station for questioning and had their homes searched.

One officer from Metropolitan Police's SO6 Diplomatic Protection Group (DPG) was suspended from duty.

Two others were placed on restricted duties.

The alleged exchange of the pornographic images was reportedly uncovered during the investigation into the Plebgate scandal.

The officers have now been told there will be "no further action regarding criminal matters but they remain subject to a misconduct investigation", said a Scotland Yard spokesman.

A fourth officer, who was interviewed over the accusations in January, was also placed on restricted duties.

A decision has yet to be made by the Crown Prosecution Service regarding criminal charges against that officer.

The alleged images were of an "extreme sexual nature" but do not involve children.

Specialist officers in the Diplomatic Protection Group search visitors heading into Downing Street and New Scotland Yard.

Members of the Government along with former prime ministers and some former government ministers are among those who would be protected by the DPG.

The DPG is also responsible for guarding sensitive sites such as embassies and missions along with the residential protection for visiting heads of state, heads of government and foreign ministers.

It is also involved in surveillance at events which have been identified as high risk and at diplomatic functions or key sites.

These officers also provide specialist counter-terrorism searches at sensitive addresses, major events and crime scenes.

http://news.sky.com/story/1208445/porn-inquiry-police-will-not-be-prosecuted

That was quick from the story first breaking, wonder why?

It's obvious, the top 4 corrupt highest at MET don't want anyone to squeal so in the event that it would be too messy to have the sexting policemen all have a fatal accident cycling home, it's easier to 'not prosecute' them. Then everyone is alongside, making another police choir, all singing from the same hymn sheet. The 'sound of music' will never lose its appeal.  spin 

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