What’s That Coming Over The Hill? Is It A Shit Storm?

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  1. ideb8 says:

    Yes, we’re all hoping they won’t know what really must hit them if the top brass continue to protect his persecutors instead of James and this young family:

    http://www.radiotimes.com/episode/ct7gfh/the-one-show–episode-1567
    or http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04000fk

    If Hillsborough grabs headlines and other whistleblowers have suffered far worse fates, this microcosm of Kafka-esque mistreatment will stand tall for all such victims.

    They may think their bird has flown but, if they imagine only a chicken, his friends must enlighten them:

    “Some chicken! Some neck!”
    (Winston Churchill, Ottawa, Dec. 30, 1941)

    ..and its beak will come to bite them.

    No employer should succeed in such public lies and bullying and ongoing contempt for the truth.

    • Thank you for that, I fear one of two things may happen next. Either the Met will be right royally crucified, which is no more than they deserve, or a quiet campaign will emerge to tarnish James’ image. I hope it’s the former.

  2. ideb8 says:

    As you say, who could now write, so thoughtlessly, that the..

    “Met Police said they were open to criticism but had a duty to protect staff and the public from unwarranted criticism and to maintain public confidence in the police service.”

    http://www.live.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26988009

    ..er, protect which staff?
    ..what criticism is unwarranted?
    ..who’s been doing the opposite of protecting PC Patrick?
    ..whose actions have resulted in the PASC criticisms?
    ..whose ever more visibly unfair & unjust actions now threaten public confidence?

    Q32 James Patrick: “..The worst thing and the saddest realisation for me
    effectively, the police had done it to themselves by spoon‑feeding Parliament with misleading figures..”

    http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/WrittenEvidence.svc/EvidenceHtml/4041

    Why didn’t they listen to Big Al when he said, in effect, in another part of his blog, “a stitch in time would have saved nine” ..and would have saved tons of the unnecessary shit due any minute now..!

  3. ideb8 says:

    As you say, who could now write, so thoughtlessly, that the..

    “Met Police said they were open to criticism but had a duty to protect staff and the public from unwarranted criticism and to maintain public confidence in the police service.”

    http://www.live.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26988009

    ..er, protect which staff?
    ..what criticism is unwarranted?
    ..who’s been doing the opposite of protecting PC Patrick?
    ..whose actions have resulted in the PASC criticisms?
    ..whose ever more visibly unfair & unjust actions now threaten public confidence?

    Q32 James Patrick: “..The worst thing and the saddest realisation for me
    effectively, the police had done it to themselves by spoon‑feeding Parliament with misleading figures..”

    http://data.parliament.uk/writtenevidence/WrittenEvidence.svc/EvidenceHtml/4041

    Why didn’t they listen to Big Al when he said, in effect, in another part of his blog, “a stitch in time would have saved nine” ..and would have saved tons of the unnecessary shit due any minute now..!

  4. THOMAS William Glyn says:

    I take my hat off to you. What’s new ! I served at West End Central in the 1970’s and when I was in charge of the Crime Investigating Section I was consistently badgered to get P.C.’s to find excuses to “No Crime” reports. Despite increased solved cases and prosecutions I was usurped by an officer who was willing to pay homage to the senior officers who bullied officers into falsifying statistics. Statistics are always open to manipulation. I wish you luck in the future and admire your courage in speaking out. I retired in 1988 and hope to draw my pension for many more years.
    W.Glyn Thomas ex PS54″C”

  5. THOMAS William Glyn says:

    I take my hat off to you. What’s new ! I served at West End Central in the 1970’s and when I was in charge of the Crime Investigating Section I was consistently badgered to get P.C.’s to find excuses to “No Crime” reports. Despite increased solved cases and prosecutions I was usurped by an officer who was willing to pay homage to the senior officers who bullied officers into falsifying statistics. Statistics are always open to manipulation. I wish you luck in the future and admire your courage in speaking out. I retired in 1988 and hope to draw my pension for many more years.
    W.Glyn Thomas ex PS54″C”

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