Wednesday, 10 June 2009
The CPS Gone Mad
Police officers raid a gang of drug dealers.
The drug dealers then accuse the police of sticking their heads in a bucket of water.
As a result of the accusations by the criminals the CPS drops the criminal case against the criminals and then begins an investigation against the police officers.
No - this is not a joke. This is what is happening today.
The idea that the testimony of drug dealers cannot always be relied upon to truthful and that criminals may have a motive for making up false allegations against the police (such as forcing the CPS to drop the trial) would usually ensure that the word of the police officers is regarded as being more reliable than the criminals - especially in relation to convicted criminals with previous convictions for the same offence.
But in our liberal society run by liberal idiots the victim is always the criminal and the criminal always the victim.
In relation to whites and the white indigenous community though we are always the criminals by virtue of our race, and never victims in any circumstance.
With the logic of the gulags, if you are white then you are by definition guilty of something.
This is why prisons are holiday camps for criminals and used as internment camps for political dissidents.
The entire system does not function anymore.
ACPO have become political puppets of the Labour government.
The police unions have no power to withdraw their labour and are held hostage by Labour government threats to cut police wages, numbers and pensions.
The CPS is run by an appointee of the Labour government.
The Attorney General is appointed by the Labour government.
The courts are under the control of the Ministry of Justice run by a Labour government minister.
The erosion of the independence of the police as an institution has been imposed by the ACPO mafia but resisted by the lower ranks.
Now the ACPO mafia are coming for the front line coppers who are at the cutting edge of the crisis in our communities - and ACPO and the government must be resisted.