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The Met: from Heroes to Villains

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Post by Cheshire Cat on 13.02.12 17:56

Listening to the senior staff at The Sun accusing the Met of conducting a "Witch-hunt" is quite a contrast to last May when the Met, appointed to "re-open the Maddie Casefiles", could do no wrong. The McCanns are in a safe place, for now, under Levesons protective wing. But how galling for those journo's who have helped to keep the Maddie fairy story alive, to see their colleagues arrested and "humiliated" whilst the McCann's appear untouchable.
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Post by aiyoyo on 13.02.12 18:30

@Cheshire Cat wrote:Listening to the senior staff at The Sun accusing the Met of conducting a "Witch-hunt" is quite a contrast to last May when the Met, appointed to "re-open the Maddie Casefiles", could do no wrong. The McCanns are in a safe place, for now, under Levesons protective wing. But how galling for those journo's who have helped to keep the Maddie fairy story alive, to see their colleagues arrested and "humiliated" whilst the McCann's appear untouchable.

Very strange isnt it? Unless they've a blanket order to restrain from reporting to avoid jeopardizing the eventuality of a trial.

Ever hopeful I am. The climate is not for cover up, not after the farcical of recent events and scandals IMO.
The revelation of cross-authorities corruption between press and police and the power corruption between politician and media mongul in this hack scandal has eclipsed that of MPs expense scandal that rocks the nation not too long ago.

Any further discovery of cover up, especially involving homicide of a child by a pair of notorious middle-class so and so, will send shivers down people's spines. This coming after the high profile charade would send UK's reputation plummeting further (if that is possible).
Can this nation afford to be rocked by another scandal of that magnitude? A whitewash will backfire because dont forget the Portuguese side has to be taken out of the equation for that to be successful. All my opinion of course.
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