Peter Reynolds

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Keir Starmer – The Next Lord Widgery?

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No Better Than A Terrorist

The scandalous decision not to prosecute PC Simon Harwood over the death of Ian Tomlinson is reverberating right across the world.

British justice has become a laughing stock and our proud history of freedom, liberty and fairness is heaped with derision – and deservedly so

When the establishment needs to dissemble and misinform it calls on its tame lawyers and paper tiger figureheads.   Keir Starmer, the DPP, is clearly angling for his peerage and his place on the government roster of professional liars, deceivers and propagandists.

In 1972, when British soldiers murdered protestors on the streets of Londonderry, they wheeled out Lord Widgery who produced a report of such crass dishonesty and fundamental deception that it took a further enquiry lasting 12 years and costing £200 million to expose it as nonsense.

When millions across the world have witnessed the unprovoked assault from behind on Ian Tomlinson, they have wheeled out Keir Starmer, another tame QC, to demonstrate a complete absence of integrity and deliver a deeply corrupt, manipulative and unforgivable decision not to prosecute.

In the last 50 years more than 1,000 people have died while in police custody in the UK but not a single policeman has been prosecuted.

Is it any wonder that we have pond life like Raoul Moat feted and worshipped by the underclass when they suffer under the yoke of police oppression, when they see no justice nor fairness nor hope?

The truth is that PC Simon Harwood and Raoul Moat are two peas from the same pod.  Police websites, such as the notorious Inspector Gadget, reveal serving police officers’ attitudes just as perverse as those that supported the Raoul Moat Facebook page.  The police are completely out of control, ineffective, mismanaged and corrupt.

It took 30 years for the Metropolitan Police to admit that one of its officers was responsible for the death of Blair Peach.

The suggestion from the extreme left is that we are being softened up and desensitised against a future where with swingeing public expenditure cuts we can expect to see riots in the streets and more police violence.  I don’t buy this conspiracy theory but I am desperately worried for the future of British justice when men like Keir Starmer are in charge.

It isn’t just incompetence.  It isn’t just misjudgement.  There is clear intent to pervert the course of justice.  He knew that the six month limit on bringing a charge of common assault was passing.   He knew that the conflict between expert evidence was for a jury to determine.  He knew that never was it more essential “in the public interest” for a prosecution to be brought.

Keir Starmer is every bit as dangerous to the fabric of our society as any terrorist or subversive.  Look at how many lives Lord Widgery’s behaviour was responsible for.  Look at how his lies prolonged the violence and fed the divisions within Northern Ireland.  The same thing is happening all over again.

PC Simon Harwood, Raoul Moat, Keir Starmer.  They are all the same.  They are all a danger to society.   They should all be behind bars.

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  1. I agree with you sir. You are unquestionable.

    V SEKHAR

    July 24, 2010 at 5:14 pm

  2. Hello Peter. Thank you for leaving a comment on my blog. It’s reassuring to know that there are others out there who are as concerned as I am, about the corruption that appears to be inherent in the uk police force. The other story that I am very keen to help bring to light is the story of Hollie Greig. Are you familiar with this case?

    mishunderstanding

    July 24, 2010 at 8:04 pm

  3. It is clear that Britian is sliding into a Police state, this has been said by establishment figures such as the former head of MI5 and a former Chief Constable (not left wingers) – and the Ian Tomlinson case has highlighted the power of the this Police/CPS/justice system and its runaway powwers. The Tomlinson case shows the total lack of rights and protection left for the common man. Like the M.P.s expenses scandals it took people being arrested and the disgust af a nation before those in power did anything about it. The Met likewise and toady Starmer have now begun to stir up a hornets nest.
    We need to dismantle the Police State starting with the resignation or sacking of this corrupt official Starmer and it MUST become law that a magistrate or a judge jury decide who is guilty or inncoent – not some Coroner/ City of London Policeman or God Forbid a Middle Class lawyer with his eye on a peerage -that is CORRUPTION in the truest sense.
    As for cowardly thugs like Harwood they need to be named and shamed and drummed out of the Police treated just the same as racists/paeodos and those on the take.

    Rev White

    July 25, 2010 at 11:58 am

  4. Without getting too conspiratorial to start with, I think the drift if what Peter is saying is right. There are apparent officers on Gadget who stand out as bullies – I worked with a few.
    The really worried stuff is that the CCTV hardly seems to count.

    allcoppedout

    July 26, 2010 at 12:59 am

  5. In my view, our police situation is worse than Peter describes. Inspector Gadget is just another corrupt policeman protected by an equally corrupt Chief Constable. I have libel writs to serve upon ‘Gadget’ and it is just as outrageous to discover his misuse of public funds extends to keeping him technically one jump ahead of those trying to identify and locate him.

    I have seen members of the public rightly protest at outrageous comment made by ‘out of control’ police. Good citizens with well meant intentions, have been subjected to obscene abuse and attempts to discredit when they have posted on the Gadget blog.

    These very nasty uniformed individuals leave me in no doubt that if the same objections had been raised in person, a police beating would have ensued and a false arrest, supported by an equally spurious charge(s), would be concocted.

    Such common instances must be addressed because tolerance by decent folk of police abuse must be finite. It is less than honourable to find ourselves do nothing more at tut at a Police State growing ever more maniacal.

    • I refuse to believe that Gadget can’t be identified. I’m quite certain that there are people in the Home Office who know exactly who he is. Of course, generally I think it’s his commenters who exhibit the most vile behaviour rather than Gadget himself.

      I suspect he’s allowed to continue as a sort of safety valve. The truth is we live in a country where the judicial and legal system is deeply corrupt. I wouldn’t be entirely surprised if Gadget was run from Marsham Street itself.

      Peter Reynolds

      July 26, 2010 at 6:23 pm

  6. I have speculated on this view of Gadget myself Peter. In the soviets, Samizdat was often a hook on which to reel in dissidents. If Gadget is a cop, I’d expect to find him in a week or so. Much of what appears there is old hat and done better in literature.
    The problem is wider than cops – our justice system is widely unavailable to most of us and as out of hand as ‘banking’. I have come across cops and local authority agents prepared to smear and even frame victims to stop themselves being exposed as incompetent. But the lawyers are worse. What IG never does is expose really shabby cases on the ground he must know about.

    allcoppedout

    July 27, 2010 at 4:45 pm

  7. I agree with you that lawyers can be the most corrupt of all – but my father, my sister and my son are lawyers!!

    I love my country but I despair of it as well!

    Peter Reynolds

    July 27, 2010 at 7:43 pm

  8. Dear Peter and Allcoppedout,

    You sound like enthusiastic co-writers, hard at work on the new Gadgetfinger screenplay.
    I have a question for you both which I prefer to communicate by email. Cheers, Melv.

    Dr Melvin 'Banned from most police blogs' Gray

    July 27, 2010 at 7:51 pm


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