Demo today: 3-6pm: Abolish the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC)

Sorry about the publishing delay, but the virtual reality may still make a difference in the right people’s heads:

  • Michael Doherty who tried to get the Police to investigate his 13-year old daughter becoming the victim of  internet stalking, became victimised himself by Hillingdon Police. He is now organising a demo outside the IPCC with a great list of speakers: 90 High Holborn, 3-6pm
  • Leicestershire Police have failed the Portuguese police in the McCann case, as documented by this story of the Portuguese top investigator
  • Maurice has been challenging not only South Wales Police but also the IPCC and is currently having an issue with them; look at what they manage to organise in HMP Cardiff: the duty doctor under a fake name!
  • Haringey Police are clearly the main driver in the Musa case and even showed up at their home in Croydon in their prelude to arresting them eventually; their ways of fudging their bail records are beyond belief.

Will HMG follow the model of the Australian Royal Commission into New South Wales Police which, in 1996, found paedophilia at the heart of corruption?

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I'm a mathematician, software designer, system analyst, event organiser, independent web publisher and online promoter.
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5 Responses to Demo today: 3-6pm: Abolish the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC)

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