A Sad, Sad Day

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  1. ideb8 says:

    Very well said.

    It’s an utter disgrace.

    And utterly disgusting that the Home Office, in ultimate control of the MPS and supposedly representing public rather than only institutional interests, hasn’t stepped in long ago to stem the hemorrhaging of scarce police resources on this puerile suppression & silencing of an archetypal honest PC, one even recognised as such by the real Serpico himself.

    If such an abuse of justice is still so clearly discernable despite his geographical distance from London and the Met, the complete absence of supervision or intervention by the Home Office is surely absolute proof that they’re far too closely enmeshed amongst the old wood to see any trees, so easily visible to others beyond Westminster.

    • I haven’t given up. The fact that James has taken the route he has has just made me even more determined that the Met should be held accountable for the disastrous sequence of events

  2. kenord says:

    Don’t give up it’s only people like you that offer any hope at all.

  1. March 25, 2014

    […] A sad day for James Patrick, his family and friends. A sad day for democracy and fairness. A SAD DAY FOR THE TRUTH. James, you a good, brave man and I publicly salute you. The Met is losing a true champion.  […]

  2. March 25, 2014

    […] A sad day for James Patrick, his family and friends. A sad day for democracy and fairness. A SAD DAY FOR THE TRUTH. James, you a good, brave man and I publicly salute you. The Met is losing a true champion.  […]

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