Holyrood's justice committee are currently conducting an inquiry into the effectiveness of the Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service and have asked members of the public to contact them with any issues they feel the committee should look at to regarding how COPFS is run.
Mmmm. Where do you want me to start guys?!
However, you may be surprised to hear that after I began working on a dossier for the committee, I abruptly stopped and ditched the idea completely.
Upon closer inspection, I discovered that Holyrood's justice committee will not really be investigating in to the workings of the Crown office. They have only given the illusion that they will be investigating in to the workings of the corrupt Crown office.
In reality their investigation is only investigating in to whether the Crown office have sufficient resources (i.e. money) to do their job.
In their own words, Holyrood's justice committee say that their inquiry will examine how effective and efficient the organisation is "and whether it has the resources it needs to carry out its work".
So if Holyrood's investigation decides that the Crown office are doing a great job, nothing will change.
And if Holyrood's investigation decides that the Crown office are doing a sloppy job, they'll give them more money.
The Crown office are the most corrupt, inefficient, and incompetent organisation in the history of Scottish justice and the job they do is so sloppy they are nothing short of a national disgrace.
My dossier would have proved that - and would result in the Crown office getting more money to continue with their corruption, inefficiency and incompetence.
No thank you.