The Crown office is in a right a mess, and in more ways than one.
1. They are so inefficient they clog up the courts just to hit deadlines.
2. They let victims down.
3. They waste police officers’ time.
4. They're out of their depth in dealing with new crime-fighting technology.
But it's not me who's saying all this.
It's the POLICE themselves who are saying it!
Yes, this is the astonishing news that police have launched a scathing attack on their boss, friend and good ole' buddy the COPFS.
The Scottish Police Federation said the Crown office needs to significantly "up its game" in the way it deals with both victims and witnesses.
Police have completely humiliated the Crown office.
And I, for one, am delighted.
Because in the ancient art of war, divide and rule has always been the most effective weapon against an enemy. So to see untrustworthy Police Scotland and the corrupt Crown office get in to a spat with each other is a wondrous thing to behold.
These two corrupt-to-the-core organisations are usually patting each others backs with one hand while covering each others backsides with the other. But now the gloves seem to be off.
Let the blood-bath begin!
And when it's over, we, the Scottish public, can pick up the remnants of both these abysmal organisations and throw them in the dustbin where they belong.
Then, and only then, we can seriously set about constructing a proper, honest, decent, and true justice system fit for purpose, fit for the 21st century, and fit to serve the good people of Scotland.