Thug Plod On The Loose
How many weeks on and we still have no progress on the police murder at the G20 protest? What is the IPCC up to?
Now, again, we have crystal clear proof of outrageous, unjustified police assault. It is a huge failure of leadership that the Chief Constable Of Nottingham has not already had the officers concerned in this scandal suspended and charged. More than that, I believe that his failure to do so is a criminal offence in itself. He is not just dithering, he is failing in his most fundamental duty – to protect the public.
Our tolerance level for this sort of police conduct is already terrifyingly high. If he does not act then the Home Secretary should step in immediately. This is not time for enquiries. This is time for police thugs to be treated like any other lowlife pig and put in irons.
Written by Peter Reynolds
June 15, 2009 at 10:26 pm
Posted in Politics
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