I Hear The Sound Of  Distant Shredders

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  1. I’d forgotten all about the secure storage fire, with the benefit of hindsight very convenient in any number of ways

  2. I’d forgotten all about the secure storage fire, with the benefit of hindsight very convenient in any number of ways

  3. Knacker says:

    I have to agree with your comments in entirety Al.I had forgotten about seeking permission and informing local press,and placing advanced warning notices on toilets that would be subject to Police Observtions.We were required to do this in 1989 as i recall.

    Any useful evidence in the form of video/Surveilance logs,and statements will be long gone, as in most cases they were destroyed as a matter of course after 7 years. HOWEVER, do you recall a secure data storage facility used by The Met being destroyed by Fire some years back ? I recall at the time wondering what items of evidence had been lost in the Fire, and that most likely some of it would probably have been contentious evidence . Call me a Cosnpiract theorist, but it could have been a deliberate act.

    We were but small cogs in a large sqaure shaped wheel it seems.

  4. julian180748 says:

    I recall being deterred from dealing with cottaging despite regular complaints from residents and publicans.

    There were many prominent persons including celebrities who were let on their way.

    Whilst we didn’t specifically target such places we did have to respond to calls which was how these matters usually came to light.

  5. julian180748 says:

    I recall being deterred from dealing with cottaging despite regular complaints from residents and publicans.

    There were many prominent persons including celebrities who were let on their way.

    Whilst we didn’t specifically target such places we did have to respond to calls which was how these matters usually came to light.

  6. Steve says:

    I am delighted to have found this excellent blog! This country of ours is turning into a ghastly Ortonesque, deep, dark, tragic farce. In Hong Kong the British established the ICAC, the Independent Commission Against Corruption. The BBC’s Panorama have shelved plans for a putative programme pitched at undermining the alternative media (see UK Column News 18/3/15) – maybe they could feature Chris Patten’s views on assessing the desirability of establishing an ICAC here.

  7. Steve says:

    I am delighted to have found this excellent blog! This country of ours is turning into a ghastly Ortonesque, deep, dark, tragic farce. In Hong Kong the British established the ICAC, the Independent Commission Against Corruption. The BBC’s Panorama have shelved plans for a putative programme pitched at undermining the alternative media (see UK Column News 18/3/15) – maybe they could feature Chris Patten’s views on assessing the desirability of establishing an ICAC here.

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