The Curious Case of Constable James Patrick

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  1. “I have been told to tell you……”

  2. ideb8 says:

    The curious case just became curiouser..

    Who says Lewis Caroll wrote fiction, anyway?

    It’s so hard to locate MPS policy announcements these days..

    You first try googling ‘pc patrick review cost’ then ‘who really reviewed the pc patrick fiasco’ and ‘who told the FOI office to say’ or ‘did an external force ever review anything’ then ‘whose face can be worth saving that much’ or ‘does it matter what we say as long as he gets the written warning’ etc etc

    I just never realised the MPS was so much in the pocket of this Govt that even their lies would come to resemble those habitually told by the Tory nudge-nudgers..

    What’s going on?

    • I honestly have no idea what’s going on but if my little blog can cause even a small amount of discomfort at NSY then my labours will not have been in vain. I have no intention of giving up until transparency and ethics are restored. It’s time that BHH’s Senior Mismanagement Team realised that bullying and untruths will not restore public confidence.

  3. ideb8 says:

    Just a thought but, if the Masons in ACPO have pulled out their unique topknot, the one they once fastidiously hid from others – wouldn’t that have had the same effect as a lobotomy?

    It’s possible – when people criticised them for giving the honest 99% of officers a bad name by overly covering up for each other – that they misinterpreted this as bad ‘mane’ and innocently took inappropriate corrective action.

    This is the only rational explanation I’ve so far come across via google, I’m afraid.

    As Sherlock once said, “..when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”

    Anyway, I hope you’ll allow your great blog to be used to keep hitting some of those in the Yard pretty darn hard between their 3rd eye – at least until some transparency is restored to it – although ethics may take a bit longer..

    • Don’t get me started on Freemasons, that would take up several blogs by itself. If my little blog causes just a little bit of discomfort at Hogan-Who Towers then I will be a happy man, but I suspect that they just ignore and dismiss it.

  4. ideb8 says:

    “Ignore what?” (tweet received just now from @metpoliceuk)

  5. ideb8 says:

    ..so replied they must be avid readers of your angry blog, despite feigned indifference. Ha!

  6. ideb8 says:

    Me – wicked..?!

    – the one thing I’d love to hear BHH say in front of a group of angry bloggers with fingers ready, on their sharp-toothed mice (..and his pulse)

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