Aha justice at last!
The Police Investigations & Review Commissioner has just completed his report in to the death of Janet McKay, the 88-year-old dementia sufferer who went missing. You may remember her body was found in Clydebank nine days after she disappeared.
Police Scotland have already apologised to Janet McKay’s family after it emerged that a possible sighting of her had not been passed on to the call-handling centre or the inquiry team.
So that's it. Pretty conclusive eh? Police messed up, and a woman died as a result.
Oh, wait a minute.
I've just noticed the PIRC have said "A report on the commissioner’s findings has been sent to the Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service for their consideration."
OK, change the headline at the top of this post.
Justice has just been guaranteed NOT to be done.
The corrupt Crown office always cover up for - and refuse to prosecute - their buddies in untrustworthy Police Scotland.
So there will be NO prosecutions and NO justice now that the Crown office are involved.
Oh well, it was a nice dream while it lasted.