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Misconduct in Public Office applies to people AFTER retirement as well. Mm11

Misconduct in Public Office applies to people AFTER retirement as well. Regist10

Misconduct in Public Office applies to people AFTER retirement as well.

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Post by Jill Havern on 29.06.19 10:37

Misconduct in Public Office applies to people AFTER retirement as well. Miscon10

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7193859/Scotland-Yard-detectives-bungled-Stephen-Lawrence-murder-case-probed-misconduct.html

Misconduct in Public Office applies to people AFTER retirement as well.

Now change the names a bit and see what we get.

"The mills grind exceeding slow, but grind exceeding fine."

Two detectives who bungled Stephen Lawrence murder case are probed for misconduct over why they had suspects' names for TWO WEEKS but failed to arrest them

Two former Scotland Yard detectives have been interviewed under caution over alleged criminal offences in the bungled original Stephen Lawrence murder investigation.

Retired Detective Superintendent Ian Crampton, in charge for the first three days of the inquiry, and retired Detective Chief Superintendent William Ilsley, who supervised him, were questioned this week over claims they committed misconduct in public office during the initial stages of the probe.

It follows a multi-million-pound investigation by the National Crime Agency – Britain’s version of the FBI – into why officers in charge of the first Met investigation into 18-year-old Stephen’s murder in 1993 did not make arrests for two weeks, despite officers repeatedly being given the names of suspects.

Two other senior officers involved in the widely criticised first investigation – retired Detective Superintendent Brian Weeden and retired Detective Inspector Ben Bullock – are due to be questioned under caution for alleged misconduct in public office in the coming weeks.

All four former officers strenuously deny committing any offences, with supporters claiming they are victims of a ‘politically motivated witch-hunt’.
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Post by Liz Eagles on 29.06.19 11:07

...will Jim Gamble be tweeting?
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Post by willowthewisp on 29.06.19 11:28

So now Four former Police Officers, who had names of suspects for Two Weeks on the Murder of Stephen Lawrence are claiming its a "Witch Hunt, Scapegoat" by the Authorities they Once worked For?

Not incompetence or Misconduct In Public Office, just normal run of the day Policing,"These things Happen"?

 Four Policemen Now knew the names, did they know the suspects? 

They had Done Nothing for Two Weeks?
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