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Hi All...

 

For as long as there has been Police, there has been police corruption, although in Scotland in particular, no establishment has yet properly defined its extent or definition, or indeed, the very fact that POLICE CORRUPTION is alive and well with many Scottish forces.

 

The following list of deviant behaviour by police, is of extreme relevance to many recent miscarriages of justice within Scottish police forces, in particular, Strathclyde Police Force, Grampian Police Force and now, Fife Constabulary.

 

1. Suppressing vital evidence on behalf of the defendant.  This initial point is of extreme importance when we consider the recent cases of Shirley McKie, Nat Fraser, the 'Dunfermline Two', and past cases of The Birmingham Six and of course, Tommy Campbell and Joe Steele.

 

2. The association of police officers with known criminals, i.e. the subsequent protection of these criminals in order for personal gain, or to secure a conviction of an innocent man or woman.  We only have to consider why Mr McGraw acquired the name of 'The Licensee' to reinforce this particular point, and I'm sure it had nothing to do with him owning a pub.

 

3. In order for not opposing bail or bringing charges against known criminals, the police either request, or accept bribes from those same criminals, for personal gain.  This particular point perhaps highlights why so many innocent people are convicted, whilst the guilty walk free.

 

4. Where there have been proceeds from any type of crime, be it theft, drugs, murder - the proceeds (or parts of the proceeds) can often find their way into the pockets of police officers, without officially being declared.  In simpler terms, they get their 'cut'.

 

5. Being careless with, or 'conveniently losing' a prisoner's property.  A good case to highlight on this point is the case of Kevin Lane, who is serving a life sentence for a murder he did not commit.  The following excerpt was taken from Kevin's website, http://www.justiceforkevinlane.com and is as follows:

 

01/11/04
Rough Justice, as far as retesting the black bin liner for fingerprints is concerned, the CPS have informed us that only photographs of the prints are available for our tests. Therefore, where is the black bin liner? 01/11/04.

From the above you can see from the stance of the CPS & Police has gone from agreeing to allow us access, to finally losing the bag after they conducted their investigation. Their results have obviously proved that Kevin’s print was fabricated onto the bag. Kevin argued from the very outset that two retired police officers should not have been allowed to carry out the examination. Kevin said "Who is answerable if anything happens to the bag and it goes missing." Which it now has and no explanation has been given, or anyone held accountable.

 

6. Any person, or place who is under police surveillance and investigation should therefore, as a matter of course, be watched at all times.  There should be no theft, no wrong-doing, or in the case of Justin McAlroy, no assassination.

 

7. Benefitting or obtaining anything that is irrelevant to their job, from the use of their police uniform or indeed, their office, contradicts completely the Police (Scotland) Act 1967, which is to serve, protect and uphold the law.

 

POLICE CORRUPTION DOES EXIST, and there is clearly a REAL NEED for the admittance that it exists, the acceptance that it exists, and ultimately, the resolution of the problem.  THE SYSTEM NEEDS TO CHANGE.


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What an eyeopener Admin and a fantastic post!


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With you there hammer6, a very enlightening post indeed, brill admin,xxxsteeleyma

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Thank you Hammer6 & Steeleyma... glad you enjoyed the post on the 'deviant behaviour of the police'.  I thought it was an important topic to raise (in light of recent events), particularly when there are so many facts to back up each individual point raised. Not only was it to highlight the deviant behaviour of the police, but to PROVE that the behaviour outlined, is going on within our very own police forces as we speak.


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Over the last 30 years the DEVIANT BEHAVIOR OF THE POLICE has gone unchallenged as POLICE OFFICERS do not tell lies...........or so they would have us believe.

 

If you were to put ALL the Scottish MISCARRIAGES OF JUSTICE together and add up the entire total of years sentenced by the courts to these unfortunate people and the length of time they actually spent wrongfully convicted on the most heinous of crimes they never committed comes nowhere near just how DEVIANT the POLICE have been.

 

Then you look at what punishment was dished out to those conspirators that claim to be POLICE OFFICERS that put these innocents in prison in the first place tells its own story.

 

Very sad but brutally honest and time for change or is the LAW really an ASS?


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It is Bilko's opinion that the LAW itself is not an ass (and by Law i mean the laws of the land) most are there for good reason without them we would live in a unruly society, none of us would want that. The fault lies with some of the police who are charged with the task of ensuring the laws are adhered to by the citizenship. The fault also lies with the judiciary who are charged with administering the law of the land honestly and in a right and just manner.

If our police forces were devoid of all corrupt officers and if our judiciary members, judges, lawyers, procurators...etc did their jobs without prejudice, without seeking personal career enhancing favour by bending or flouting of the law then we would have no need for this forum.

The Law in itself is not perfect by any means but on a whole it's better than what most countries have in place. The major fault lies with the unscrupulous, devious corrupt individuals within law enforcement and high Judaical and government positions hellbent on forwarding their own personal careers by any means nessassery......no matter what innocents are put behind bars in the process. FerrisConspiracy.com and it's members will stand together, never flinching until there is change, those corrupt ones in the offices of power beware...."For The Times They Are A Changing" Bob Dylan

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Bilko in his haste forgot to mention.....Great post admin....on the ball as usual!! Bilko
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Hi Bilko I have to agree whole heatedly with your post as it was a fine honest well balanced view.

 

However after surfing I found an article that will no doubt bring a smile or two:

 

After writing two books on police corruption as a way of life in Glasgow along with police dealings with well known criminals I am sure that the term 'CRIMINAL' is not just aimed at those of us who were once criminals ourselves but have since moved on and changed.
The REAL criminals are the police officers who have engaged in criminal acts with other criminals as they have been getting away with it for years.
Are we soft on criminals? YES as long as police corruption exists we are all very soft on doing nothing about it. (Daily Record Forum)

 

Then have a look at the 'BAD APPLE' quote as it looks like some disgruntled POLICE OFFICER who replied to Paul's post in today's Daily Record:

 

AJ 13:51:55 20 March 2006

 

Ferris Bueller,you have not earned the right to cast such wide dispersions,unfortunately,there will always be some bad apples in every profession,but like most they do the best they can, even if their hands are tied because of politics and the leaning leftists. In my opinion penalties for rape, and repeat offenders (like yirself) should be much much harsher! I would also sat that police who are caught committing crimes, the fine/penalty should be doubled since we the public put our faith in them.That being said Mr. Ferris every dime you earn from any book you write should go to victems and the gov't to help fray the costs of crooks/criminals and the huge burden they put on the system! Cheers! http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk

 

I am sure that the BAD APPLE AJ TRUMPET is referring to is the WRONGDOERS eh?

 

Right then Paul are you up for a DIRECT FERRIS post on this FORUM or are you with the RECORD now

 

P.S. victems was a quote from the post by AJ and not a spelling error by myself or was this to put us off the scent?

 

 


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If we all had a quid for every time we hear this 'bad apple' excuse trotted out by police officers when referring to their corrupt colleagues within the force we would all have a tidy sum in the bank!

If i were a farmer harvesting apples from my orchard and found a 'bad apple' among those in my barrel, i would surely take this rotten to the core villain out of the barrel before the whole barrel of apples became rotten also. The police in their infinite wisdom prefer to leave their 'bad apples' to rot away, contaminating each and every other member by contact and association. Why do you think this is? Why cover up the deeds of these 'bad apples'?

Why not throw them in the garbage where rotten sewage of any kind belongs? That is a question only those at the very top of the 'apple' tree can answer.....Why mix the crab apples with the Golden Delicious? Bilko would like to know! Bilko

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Hi Bilko, Yes indeed an orchard comes to mind every time I hear the word BAD APPLE too


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P.S. victems was a quote from the post by AJ and not a spelling error by myself or was this to put us off the scent?
 
 


Bilko has no doubt whatsoever that this spelling 'error' was in fact a childish (police constable in nature) type attempt to put us off the scent. Their ignorance is only surpassed by their stupidity. Bilko

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Fully concur Bilko! do you think we are as neolithic as they are and cant spot the deliberate error as I read other posts by AJ and guess what? AJ can really spell (when they are not attempting to implementing a SMOKESCREEN)


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Bilko took a gander at that forum Admin2, it's a tad too 'aw ooer the bloody shoap' in format for the Bilksters liking. Threads are too hard to follow and bereft of any sense of sequence or order.......in essence a total pishpot of a place.....in Bilko's opinion at least. Bilko
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You would have thought that they would have invested a few shekels in their FORUM eh?

 

As for the posts they are screened and are not really worthy of debate with the exception of Ferris Bueller's


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Yes admin2 lets hope this was just 'Ferris Beullers Day Out', and that he will in future post here at Ferrisconspiracy.com Bilko
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