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Post by Guest on 17.08.11 12:15

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Met officers cleared over hacking misconduct claims

17 August 2011 Last updated at 12:05

.Met officers cleared over hacking misconduct claims The former Metropolitan Police commissioner has been cleared of misconduct during the phone hacking inquiry, the police watchdog has ruled.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission said Sir Paul Stephenson had not committed any criminal acts.

It also cleared former Assistant Commissioners John Yates, and Andy Hayman, and the former Deputy Assistant Commissioner Peter Clarke.

The three officers resigned from their posts in the wake of the scandal


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14559802



So they resigned for nothing Rolling Eyes huh
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Post by jd on 17.08.11 12:29

Watch them all be cleared one by one....Coulson, Murdochs, Brooks, Cameron, McCanns....

Does any really believe we live in an honest society, its riddled with corruption at the very top

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Re: Met officers cleared over hacking misconduct claims

Post by Guest on 17.08.11 12:32

It's a very odd situation. Why would they feel the need to resign, if they knew there was no case against them. Why not just hang on, maybe supsended even, and wait. thinking
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Post by Guest on 17.08.11 12:36

Just to add, it was a very quick investigattion i don\'t know
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Post by Guest on 17.08.11 12:42

12:29pm UK, Wednesday August 17, 2011

No Evidence Of Ex-Met Chief Hacking Misconduct


An investigation into the conduct of former Scotland Yard commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson has found no evidence of misconduct during the phone-hacking inquiry.




Sir Paul Stephenson resigned in July


However, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) added that a further independent investigation will be made into the conduct of former assistant commissioner John Yates.

Mr Yates was alleged to have secured a Scotland Yard job for the daughter of hacking suspect and former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis.

As well as Mr Stephenson and Mr Yates, the IPCC also looked into the conduct of former assistant commissioner Andy Hayman and former deputy assistant commissioner Peter Clarke.

In a statement, the watchdog said: "In relation to their alleged respective roles in the "phone hacking" investigation, the conduct of none of these officers amounts to recordable conduct."

It added: "While there can be little doubt of the effect on the public’s mind about the series of revelations regarding connections between senior police officers and News International, the IPCC must identify what is, and what is not, conduct that needs to be investigated.

"A clear line must be drawn between what is a recordable conduct matter – in effect, conduct that is either criminal or for which an officer should be disciplined - and public concerns that will be addressed and scrutinised by Lord Justice Leveson’s public inquiry."

More to follow...

http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16051609
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Re: Met officers cleared over hacking misconduct claims

Post by PeterMac on 17.08.11 13:19

Yet again ...
Let us say it once more, so that everyone can understand

There is an enormous difference between
"has found no evidence of misconduct "
and
"has been cleared of misconduct"

remember that Yates found no evidence to justify reopening the enquiry, all those years ago.
And now ...?

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Post by Guest on 17.08.11 13:29

The opening post, from the BBC website says:

Met officers cleared over hacking misconduct claims
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Post by Guest on 17.08.11 15:13

I've just come back from hospital and having trouble thinking straight. This is surely far too soon to be concluding anything, so what are they really saying?

Are they saying that the officers are innocent of all allegations ? If so, they should not have resigned, which I agree with Candyfloss.
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Post by lj on 17.08.11 15:38

Seems they must have thought the chances of loosing their pension must have been considerable. Especially mr Stephenson does not seem the person to leave without any real reason. His lack of introspection would have him stay "for the best of the people", like his free stay at the spa also was so he could serve the community sooner.

BBC says cleared, Sky says "no evidence", and all, when the riots must have taken enough of the resources away, faster than you name the directorship of Brooks.

Nah, sumsing is not right.

Who wants a bet that soon we also will hear that a swarthy person took Madeleine?

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Post by Gillyspot on 17.08.11 18:53

I am sick of hearing Gerry McCanns catchphrase "NO EVIDENCE" and now here with the Met 3 as well! Do I believe there is NO EVIDENCE - not in a month of Sundays.
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Post by lj on 17.08.11 20:00

Maybe the phrase: "we found no evidence" is really true.

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Post by PeterMac on 20.08.11 9:05

And in the news yesterday and today.
A met detective officer, on the team looking at phone hacking, has been arrested, bailed and suspended from the force...
for leaking information about the enquiry to the Guardian.
How did we know that might happen ?

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Post by Gillyspot on 22.08.11 6:26

And people wonder why I am concerned about the Met carrying out the review into the case!
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Post by listener on 23.08.11 1:14

@PeterMac wrote:And in the news yesterday and today.
A met detective officer, on the team looking at phone hacking, has been arrested, bailed and suspended from the force...
for leaking information about the enquiry to the Guardian.
How did we know that might happen ?



Are we going to get the details?
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Post by aiyoyo on 23.08.11 5:35

@listener wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:And in the news yesterday and today.
A met detective officer, on the team looking at phone hacking, has been arrested, bailed and suspended from the force...
for leaking information about the enquiry to the Guardian.
How did we know that might happen ?



Are we going to get the details?

Probably not.
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Re: Met officers cleared over hacking misconduct claims

Post by PeterMac on 23.08.11 8:00

Not quite so sure about that this time. They may want to show how open and transparent they are, and this one may be hung out to dry in public at a suitable stage.
This is incidentally my only hope for the Madeleine review. Careers may be made or broken on these.

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