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DPP failure to prosecute,publis interest?

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Post by willowthewisp on 19.07.15 13:14

Hi to all, I have recently read an article submitted to this forum, of how the Head of the Department for Public Prosecutions chose not to proceed to trail of any sort of Two Teachers found to have indulged in/procured sexual practices with a Fifteen year old pupil, due to not being in the Public interest?
Can some one please explain to the head of the DPP, that offences of this nature should be properly investigated and the perpetrators brought to trail, then if found guilty of the offences, they then serve a time of incarceration for the proven offence!
If you cannot or are not willing to carry out your contract of Employment, Alison, resign from your position and find a suitable alternative candidate prepared to do the job properly?
Can some one ask Alison, what were her talks about when she and certain parties met in Portugal to discuss forth coming procedures from the missing girl/Abducted Madeleine McCann 03 May 2007 case, Operation Grange?


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Re: DPP failure to prosecute,publis interest?

Post by plebgate on 19.07.15 16:50

The parents should be contacting their MPs and ask them to take the matter up.

Why are officials allowed to resign, why are they not SACKED?

I recently read of a police woman who was taking or selling drugs (cant remember which) and committed burglary.   Wasn't sacked, was allowed to resign apparently.   

I cannot believe what is going on in Britain.    Tories are supposed to be the party of the family and law and order.   When are they going to show us that they mean what they say?


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DPP failure to prosecute,publis interest?

Post by willowthewisp on 21.07.15 12:56

Hi notice how it is in the Public interest to Prosecute a person for alleged false evidence against a former "Home Secretary", to facilitate a charge of Likely to "Pervert the Course of Justice". but allow Two Teacher's to walk away Scot free from sexual abuse of a fifteen year old school girl, double standards eh Alison? 
Any one want to contact,P*ddypower for odds on a secure prosecution in this case, first line of denial of Echelons Abuses, as the person was over the age of consent in this case?


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