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Are the police telling the truth for once?

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    #51
    Originally posted by SueEllen View Post
    The police officers involved in leaking information are retired. Many current officers including the head of the Met are pissed off with them and want them prosecuted.
    yes, I saw the interview of the retired guy, he seems to hold a grudge against Mr Green, but I wont be surprised if he is driven by some political belief, not against a single person(that tories are evil, and the investigation will be suppressed).
    We had plebgate earlier and now this, looks like its a unionised force with underlying bias against current regime.
    Last edited by fatboyslim; 23 December 2017, 12:25.

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      #52
      Originally posted by fatboyslim View Post
      yes, I saw the interview of the retired guy, he seems to hold a grudge against Mr Green, but I wont be surprised if he is driven by some political belief, not against a single person(that tories are evil, and the investigation will be suppressed).
      We had plebgate earlier and now this, looks like its a unionised force with underlying bias against current regime.
      He may just think The RT Hon Green is complete scum with nothing political about it.

      There are rumours all over Westminster of who is "handy" and if you know people who work there - which the police probably do - you would hear these rumours.

      Also remember the police do get pressurised on who they can't arrest, which pissed them off.
      "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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