Category: Police

Chief Prosecutor: ‘No rape injustice’

Chief Prosecutor for England & Wales Alsion Saunders

According to reports, Chief Prosecutor for England and Wales Alison Saunders has said she does not think anyone is in jail after being wrongly convicted because of failures to disclose crucial evidence. Her remarks follow a string of cases which have collapsed after police and prosecutors failed to disclose important evidence to the defence team …

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Transport Police in the dock

British Transport Police have been accused of a gross miscarriage of justice in a misconduct hearing. Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Alun Thomas chaired a tribunal which dismissed an officer whose children were wrongly taken into care last year after their eldest son made a false allegation of abuse against him and his wife. The couple, …

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Multiculturalism Caused Government to Hide Truth of Muslim Grooming Gangs

(Since writing the report below, new information has surfaced. See “UK: Prosecutor ‘branded a racist’ for prosecuting Muslim rape gang” and “Rotherham child sex scandal: these children were victims of ‘anti-racism’” ). British Government knew about Muslim child grooming gangs and chose to hide this knowledge. A new comprehensive report, titled “Easy Meat: Multiculturalism, Islam …

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Christian Preacher Wins Compensation for Arrest

A Christian preacher won £13,000 last week in compensation after being arrested and held in custody for 19 hours simply for quoting the Bible. The arrest occurred three years ago when John Craven was preaching in Manchester city centre. Two teenagers approached the street preacher to ask what he thought of homosexuality. Craven read from …

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Leicester Raises LGBT Rainbow Flag

A rainbow flag has been raised in Leicester to mark the beginning of February as ‘Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans History Month’. The flag was raised on Monday by Labour Councillor Manjula Sood, a previous Lord Mayor of Leicester, and currently assistant Mayor and Vice Chair of Equal Opportunities, Education and Social Services for Leicester City …

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Gardener who beat thieves is cleared

A gardening contractor who left one thief with two broken legs and rugby tackled another has been cleared of causing grievous bodily harm. Andrew Woodhouse, 44, from Govilon, Monmouthshire, was woken at about 00:30 GMT in March 2013 by a text message telling him a burglar alarm had gone off at the tyre yard where his …

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Common Purpose outed

  The antics of a left-of-centre freemasonry have finally been exposed in the popular press. Richard Pendlebury, an investigative journalist on the Daily Mail, has put together a series of articles on the activities and people behind ‘Common Purpose’. See: Dark Arts and links with the Masters of Spin And: The influence of ‘people who …

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Carry on Preaching, say police

 After an initial flurry in which two intellectually-challenged policemen from the Lancashire Constabulary told the owner of a Christian cafe in Blackpool that displaying this Bible texts was a breach of public order laws, the police have now apologised. Jamie Murray, the owner of the Salt and Light coffeehouse, uses a set of DVDs that …

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Police Group Links to Spoof Website

A police advisory body promoting homosexuality and the reporting of ‘homophobic incidents’ placed a hyperlink on its own website to a satirical website sending up the whole idea of diversity and hate crime, Christian Voice has learned. The Independent Advisory Group, which liaises with Hertfordshire Police, linked to Christian Voice’s True Vision website. Twenty-four hours …

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