Oh dear, another couple of top cops are contradicting each other over leaks (and I don't mean winter burst pipes at the local nick).
Chief Constable Phil 'Gormless' has written to MSP's stating that the bungled investigation into the unsolved murder of prostitute Emma Caldwell had not been "live" in the month officers carried out an illegal spying operation against journalists reporting on the case.
But the former deputy chief constable Neil Richardson gave evidence to MSP's saying that at the time of the leaks, it was a "live murder inquiry".
So one of them is telling porkies.
But which one?
Actually, it doesn't matter.
Because this murder will never be solved. Never.
You see, the poor sods that the police were so desperate to 'fit up' and 'do' for this murder didn't actually do it. The police got it wrong. Very wrong. And the police don't like being wrong. No siree.
So police will allow the real murderer to remain free and at large just so that they can stick like glue to their original (wrong) opinions on who they thought committed this crime.
Hey, better a murderer roam our streets than police admit they are wrong.
Yes, I know, it's not very good for the Scottish public to know that we have a murderer out there in our midst who is on the loose and roaming free.
But on the plus side, the police can't be accused of making a mistake as long as the real murderer never gets caught.
Nighty night folks. Don't have nightmares now, y'all.