Tuesday 20 September 2016

Police Conveniently 'Lose' Evidence Of Their Fellow Officers' Wrong-Doing

Oooh, that didn't take long did it?

I recently predicted that NO-ONE in Police Scotland would ever see the inside of a court room never mind the inside of a jail cell for illegally spying on us, despite the fact that police have fully and openly admitted they did it.

So it's therefore no surprise to me whatsoever to discover that police have mysteriously "lost" a key part of the intelligence connected to their illegal spying operation. Apparently police cannot find CCTV footage seized which indicates that there was a link between a serving officer and a retired policemen.

Here's how police work the scam.

They begin by ensuring that certain important pieces of evidence connected to their illegal spying activities mysteriously "disappears". Once they've done that, it's only a matter of time before their good buddies in the corrupt Crown office pipe up and conclude that there is now "insufficient evidence" to prosecute any of the police officers involved.

It works a treat too, because it's not too difficult for the corrupt Crown office to then legitimately claim "insufficient evidence" when a sufficient amount of evidence has conveniently gone AWOL.

You can just see the culture of cover-up within Police Scotland - which Sheriff Dickson spoke about last year - really starting to play out already in this case.

And, as always, those good ole buddies of Police Scotland - the corrupt Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service - are right at the heart of making the scam work, standing by to give police the final helping hand they need to escape justice.