Police Scotland have made around £1 Million training police in other countries.
Only embarrassing thing about it is the police they are training happen to be in countries with some of the most abusive human rights records in the world including Sudan and Sri Lanka.
Well, when I say embarrassing I mean it's embarrassing to us, the good decent Scottish public. Police Scotland on the other hand have no shame. They're not embarrassed to be helping security forces in dictator led countries with disgraceful human rights records. In fact, human rights abuses are pretty much right up Police Scotland's street.
It's a win-win for everyone as far as they are concerned.
Police Scotland get to pocket £1 Million (which should help them buy a few more speed cameras to target members of the public instead of chasing burglars, murderers, and rapists).
And the police/security forces in these dictator run countries get to learn from Police Scotland how to circumvent the human rights act and arrest and detain innocent people.
Because when it comes to knowing how to get around the human rights act, withholding and hiding evidence, and pursuing innocent people they know to be innocent, there is certainly no better organisation than untrustworthy Police Scotland to teach us all how to do that.