Misconduct in Public Office: a guide from the Crown Prosecution Service

23 Nov




One Response to “Misconduct in Public Office: a guide from the Crown Prosecution Service”

  1. Axegrinder November 23, 2013 at 11:59 am #

    Never mind the families of Pakistan origin, Dominic Grieve. Please deal with the corruption on your own party’s doorstep at local level before grandstanding on this subject.

    These CPS guidelines are smoke and mirrors. The most influential figures in civic and police authority hereabouts are keenest on the clauses which give cover NOT to investigate our rank part of the country.

    Those individuals we pay a salary to do this kind of work know their careers will not flourish if they are the one to raise the alarm – and this suits their “democratically-elected” paymasters down to the ground.

    Mr Grieve, to allege corruption in minority communities is very low-hanging fruit for a man in your position. Why don’t you GO HOME – to the bowels of your own party – and see what’s festering there on your watch.

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