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    Posted March 24, 2014 by
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    Britain's DIRTY cops every bit as BAD as the CRIMS. they bust and charge !

     

    Scotland Yard's chief cop Hogan-Howe

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    Police chief CONFUSED, INDECISIVE and BILLIGERENT as shredded corruption files storm grows, Met boss tells MPs,

    'I don't even know what's missing'

    And this is Britain's TOP cop and the #1 at Scotland Yard can you believe ?

    Extreme criminal behaviour by

    trusted  officers was gathered in a three-year probe. But a truckload   of documentary evidence relating to the full investigation was  mysteriously shredded in 2003. Met Police Commissioner  Hogan-Howe (pictured) will answer to MPs tomorrow over why the shredding  took place. It is feared that the documents could have shed light on  whether the investigation into the murder of Stephen Lawrence (inset)  was undermined by corrupt officers.

     


    And that's just tip of the  iceberg...people around the World think of Scotland yard, Sherlock  Holmes,etc Hollywood-ized images of British cops as gentle,  polite,chivalrous bobbies
    like the old tv show Dixon of Dock Green...

     

    British cops today are competing with criminals in every aspect of crime !

     

    What hypocrisy committing what they

     

    arrest and charge others for !

     


    Full story and vid. at:   paul martin foreign correspondent    on browser

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