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Murderers and convicted criminals are using the Freedom of Information Act to try to identify the police informers who helped to jail them.

Offenders are also contacting the police and Home Office asking for details of how the authorities caught them. This includes information about undercover police operations and forensic science techniques used to recover their DNA.

Police suspect that more than 100 convicted criminals have conducted searches and they fear that the lives of informants could be put at risk if any details about their identity are released. They also believe that criminals are trying to learn from their mistakes so that they do not get caught the same way next time.

In some cases, the criminals use aliases, or get their friends and family to make the requests. Most of the offenders causing police concern are still serving jail sentences. They include many murderers.

The Home Office said it was aware of five to 10 convicted criminals making Freedom of Information requests to the department.

Since January last year, public bodies have been under a duty to disclose previously withheld information whenever possible. But police stressed that "abusive" requests such as those from criminals made up only a tiny proportion of the 22,000 applications for information the police dealt with in England and Wales last year.


Yeah i have heard of this before..... the thing is the cops hate criminals but they also dont exactly love grasses,believe me i have seen the police brazenly tip off a man being busted for firearms(with no probable cause)about who the two coroborating witnesses were,i shit you not.. i suppose it all depends on how useful the snitches are to the cops,obviously in this occassion im happy to say the grasses info was way wrong so maybe thats why the cops revealed the two snitches without actually naming them if you catch my drift,put it this way they didnt exactly deny it when it was put to them who the said man suspected the men were who grassed him wrongfully.
 
As a good line goes in the recent martin scorcese film The Departed...."my theory on cops is their like mushrooms....... feed them shit and keep them in the dark" ,now why cant all street players live by that mantra?Cheers

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 Very good Apprentice. The problem is that they all take too many mushrooms!! and a snitch is as valuable to the feds as the quality of info they supply. Its the major super league licensed ones that are away ahead of the game with the flesh trading convoy belt.


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Yup gone are the days of 'honour amongst thieves' so to speak.I can remember not even that many years ago when things were very different... if there was a known 'collaborator' working in collusion with the cops then he wouldnt be living in that scheme much longer put it that way,nowadays though i see and hear of horror stories about known informers living in other ppl's areas and they strut around unashamedly....
 
...No thats not the way it went not even a decade ago,amazing how times change.The so called big timers are the bloody ones that are stitching up the real players who abide by the laws of the streets,and their are laws of the streets its just that they are mainly unspoken but ppl ARE aware of where to draw the line and being an informant is well over the line.
 
They dont make them like they used to do they,some of the legendary old timers in London stood and took 30 years on the chin unjustly(the kray trial was a farce from start to finish,terible liberties were took,simply put it was unjust,especially for the guys like freddie foreman in the dock)and never gave up nobody,as i said there was a time where HONOUR AMONGST THIEVES did exist...
 
One of the things that always struck me reading Pauls 1st book was the sense of shock and disbelief he must have felt when he realised that the very person who he had grown up and been taken under their wing had decided to reward him so uncerimoniously by sending him to a 'safe house' which was a trap,nearly a death trap.
 
Is it any wonder Paul chose his own path... its so true ,its the top division type guys that do the most police informing whether to eliminate threats to their business or over vendettas or just plain cos its in their cowardly nature.... or for a LICENSE to do as they please in some cases as Paul highlighted in the same book.Cheers

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They say there can be no honor among thieves. They say that human greed is stronger than human loyalty, and that no promise is safe from the corruption of gold and power. But even within the shadows, some order must be held. Here, knowledge is more powerful than the sharpest blade, and alliances are kept through a careful balance of lies. And though indeed there may be no honor among the thieves, there is respect amid distrust...

You become entwined in a tangle of lies and deceit.  And as you discover the truth of the shadowy world around you, you learn the nature of your own conscience. Who around you deserves your trust? And what is the price of your own honor?

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Here is the latest picture of a rat with no respect or values at all (Except to his cop partners )

The once feared LicenseeThomas McGraw
 
Tam (The Licensee) McGraw.

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Aye thats a right good billy 'no mates' picture,lol,aint it funny how all the "henchmen" as the media like to say,lol,all the guys he had around him are now in holes in the ground,be it marked or not.I found it funny in Villans when McGraw goes looking for guns and "back up" and he ends up going to all the wrong ppl,lol,basically ppl who know Paul...pure classic,i hear hes trying bosnia now,lol... Can you only imagine if the ppl who attacked the Royal Oak ages ago had actually known he was hiding under a pool table,lol?
 
Another case of "if only" was highlighted in Villans when 'blind jonah' lobbed the grenade into the pub ....but forgot to pull the pin,lol,classic!Cheers 

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MCGRAW IS HELD AFTER HENCHMEN ARE SHOT; Gangster asked police for escort to hospital...

 

SCOTLAND'S most notorious gangster was behind bars last night after two of his henchmen were gunned down.

Tam ''the Licensee'' McGraw was arrested as he ferried his bloodied pals to hospital.

John McCartney, 41, and Craig Devlin, 31, were being treated for gunshot wounds at Glasgow's Southern General Hospital last night.

McCartney's condition was critical after he was blasted in the groin. Devlin was described as ''stable''.

They were shot as they sat in the notorious Royal Oak pub in Nits hill on Glasgow's south side yesterday.

Two masked and hooded gunmen wearing red and blue anoraks strolled in and opened fire before making off.

McGraw bundled the heavily-bleeding pair into his car and rushed them to hospital. He even flagged down a police car to secure a fast escort.

It is understood the shootings are part of a turf war between gangs fighting for control of the city's drugs trade.

It follows the recent death of Stewart ''Speccy'' Boyd in a car crash in Spain.

Boyd controlled drugs trafficking on the city's south side, using the Royal Oak as his power base.

McCartney, a binman from Renfrew, and security expert Devlin were both known associates of Boyd.

Devlin earned pounds 1000 a week dealing drugs for Boyd but it is rumoured he had been planning to overthrow him.

He was linked to Home Guard Security, which was behind a failed protection racket.

Enforcer McCartney was once charged with plotting to kill Frankie ''Donuts'' Donaldson.

He accused Devlin of being the real hitman and was later acquitted.

He was also cleared of carrying a Browning 9 mm handgun which was found in a policer aid onthe Royal Oak.

Detectives were faced with a wall of silence as they tried to establish who ordered the latest shootings.

McGraw was arrested and accused of obstructing the investigation and local people were afraid to speak out.

One passerby said: ''It is a bad area. There's gangsters about and anyone who tells you different is lying.

''It sounds like gangsters again. There is always trouble in that pub.''

Another said: ''I have heard two people got shot but it is not for me to say. People around here know what has happened but nobody will talk. People are afraid.''

Last night, the pub was cordoned off as detectives and forensics officers in white suits scoured the scene for clues.

Detective Chief Inspector Les Darling, the officer in charge of the inquiry, appealed for witnesses.

He said: ''Given the time of day, the area outside the public house was fairly busy and we are keen to speak with anyone who saw anything suspicious in or around the pub immediately prior to or after the incident.''

A Strathclyde Police spokesman added: ''Detectives are keen to speak to two men who were seen to enter and leave the Royal Oak around the time of the incident.

''The first man was wearing a red coloured anorak with a hood, while the second was wearing a blue coloured anorak with a hood.''

McGraw has strong links to Scotland's illegal drugs trade and is thought to be worth pounds 30 million.

He was cleared of masterminding a Europe-wide cannabis smuggling ring in 1998 after police spent two and a half years and pounds 2 million trying to nail him.

The Royal Oak is the unofficial home of some of the Glasgow's most notorious gangland figures.

 


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McGraw bundled the heavily-bleeding pair into his car and rushed them to hospital. He even flagged down a police car to secure a fast escort.


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Breaking news in Glasgow's East End that Tam"The Licensee" McGraw has died of Natural Causes.


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McGraw bundled the heavily-bleeding pair into his car and rushed them to hospital. He even flagged down a police car to secure a fast escort.


REAL1 aint it funny how 4 minutes after that post McGraw wis brown bread,lol?Raising a glass,to those who aint here to celebrate the news of McGraws death,be they in jail or in graves cos of him.

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McGraw bundled the heavily-bleeding pair into his car and rushed them to hospital. He even flagged down a police car to secure a fast escort.


REAL1 aint it funny how 4 minutes after that post McGraw wis brown bread,lol?Raising a glass,to those who aint here to celebrate the news of McGraws death,be they in jail or in graves cos of him.

Sure it is 'TIME keeper' but its not about the celebration of a departed piece of s**t, its about who we are & what we do in life that counts, not in death. Although anyone (Granny included) can see through the smokescreen and say 'I would rather live a life with no finances but morally intact, than an existence full of financial security with no morality' as he cant take his dosh with him, neither could I. Cheerio flesh trader, hello new dawn.


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A coroner investigating the murder of a 15-year-old is to hold the inquest in a criminal court to protect witnesses.

Jessie James was shot dead in a park in Moss Side, Manchester, in September, but his killers have never been caught.

Police said the move to hold the hearing in a criminal courtroom had been taken by Nigel Meadows, coroner for Manchester.

The inquest on Monday will allow some of the witnesses to give evidence anonymously and with voice distortion.

 
Mr Meadows said: "This is the opportunity for the community to provide information and evidence to catch Jessie's killers in the knowledge that their identity will be protected.

"The law and justice system is responding to the needs and fears of those who can assist the inquiry in meaningful and practical ways.

"I ask anyone who has any information whatsoever to please come forward. We must catch those responsible."

Police have said they thought Jessie's murder was a case of mistaken identity and that he was "in the wrong place at the wrong time".

They have launched a huge man hunt but no-one has been charged with his murder.

Det Supt Shaun Donnellan, of Greater Manchester Police, said: "Someone in the community has the information to do this and we need to speak to them.

"I know that some people have been reluctant to come forward because they fear for themselves or their families.

"Well, I can make a promise that no-one need ever know you gave evidence. I can protect you and your family, arrange for you to give evidence behind a screen, to have your voice distorted so that nobody in your community will ever know you gave evidence."

A £20,000 reward is available for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Jessie's killers.


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Fugitive is trapped by tip-off from Supergrass...


ONE of Britain’s most wanted fugitives was nicked in Spain yesterday after a “gold-plated” tip from a supergrass.

The underworld informant led elite officers directly to suspected robber Clifford Hobbs’ bolthole in Malaga.

Hobbs, 47, fled from a prison van in 2003 on the day he faced trial over the theft of £1.25million from a Securicor truck.

Scotland Yard’s grass stands to receive a slice of an £80,000 reward.

A senior source said: “The tip was so good it could have been gold-plated.”


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Snitches bitches   John "Joker" McCartney and security bosses Michael "Benji" Bennett and Stephen "Scudder" Scullion.


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