“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere" M. L. King
Wednesday, 24 April 2013
Scotland Yard investigate IPCC for failure to uphold complaints against the Police Officers who covered up Richmond child abuse
Exaro revealed that Detectives on 'Operation Fernbridge' are investigating their own watchdog over claims that it failed to examine allegations of child abuse in Richmond.
Scotland Yard is turning the tables on the Independent Police Complaints Commission by investigating allegations that it failed to act over complaints 9 years ago.
The IPCC is well known to ignore valid complaints against Police Officers especially when these complaints are connected to child abuse or organised crime.
But lately the IPCC has begun to actually criticise some officers and begin to serve the public such as the criticism of the former Chief Constable of West Yorkshire for the Hillsborough cover-up.
A senior police officer who engaged in "black propaganda" in the aftermath of the Hillsborough disaster
has been heavily criticised by the police watchdog over his behaviour
after the publication of an independent report on the tragedy last year.
Sir Norman Bettison,
former chief constable of West Yorkshire police, has a case to answer
for gross misconduct over his attempts to influence his police authority
to present him in the best light after the damning Hillsborough
independent panel report was published last September, the IPCC said.
cannot be disciplined because he has quit the police service and the
IPCC said it was unacceptable that senior officers like him were able to
retire to avoid disciplinary action and dismissal. read more
Yorkshire Police are well known for the huge amount of paedophiles in the forces and for protecting Jimmy Saville.