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Oh yes here it comes, wondered how long it would take till the coppers circled the wagons to defend their own....One thing about the cops - Always consistant in their predictability! Bilko


Top cops defend fingerprint service


Senior police officers today defended the integrity of Scotland's fingerprinting service.

It follows the row over ex-detective Shirley McKie, who was wrongly accused of leaving a print at a crime scene.

But the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland today said the service was reliable and accurate.

Fife Chief Constable Peter Wilson, the association president, said: "We cannot let the reports in recent days go unchallenged.

"Recent years have seen significant modernisation in technology and in the management of the fingerprint service in Scotland.

"The fingerprint service operates to internationally recognised standards.

"The police service in Scotland has the utmost faith and confidence in the fingerprinting service being offered and in the skills of the people employed there."

Ms McKie, from Troon, in Ayrshire, won £750,000 in compensation earlier this month and is now pressing for a public inquiry.

21/02/06


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Hi Bilko... thanks for the above post regarding 'Top cops defend fingerprint service'.  Well, we all knew they would, didn't we?  Interesting to read that this so-called fingerprint service is quoted as being "reliable and accurate", and that "the police have the utmost confidence in the fingerprint service".  Now, am I missing something, or was the Shirley McKie case just a figment of my over active imagination?  How can they say that the fingerprint service is reliable and accurate, when is so obviously wasn't in the McKie case?!

Once again, they all stick together and cover their own arses. But for how much longer can they keep up this facade? 


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spot on Admin & Bilko what a sham and rules for one set and rules for another (US).
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Yes REAL1, having read up extensively on the subject of criminology and how the 'lawful state' came about, it appears that for centuries, it has been one set of rules for the state, and a completely different set of rules for the people.  And they call this a democratic state?  Trust me though, it WILL change one day...


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"The police service in Scotland has the utmost faith and confidence in the fingerprinting service being offered and in the skills of the people employed there." - Assoc. of Chief Police Officers

Bilko could be wrong here....But i doubt it. In my opinion only a Police force such as ours could make a statement so idiotically moronic in nature. Testimony by over 160 independent fingerprint experts worldwide found the results of the Scottish fingerprint experts were so fundamentally flawed in the Shirley McKie case that it bordered on the farcical.

Couple this with information now filtering through that the American investigation agencies fram as far back as the Lockerbie bombing tragedy considered the capabilities of the Scottish fingerprint experts to be 'suspect'. One can only wonder how the Scottish Police service came to the conclusion the did above. If these are the thoughts of wise and just honest men who are charged with protecting and serving our communities then heaven help us all. Bilko

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Bilko, I agree with your last post completely... how they can make such idiotic claims about the reliability of the fingerprint service is beyond me - as it probably is to the rest of the people who believe in the fight for justice, i.e. US.  Again, a pulling the wool over the eyes of the unsuspecting public exercise comes to mind...


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Exactly Admin, the amusing thing about this is (if it weren't so woefully frightening) these buffoons haven't even the sense to realise that making a statement like that will do nothing to allay the fears of the general public with regards to the competence of its police service and investigations skills, quite the opposite will happen.

With every man and his dog from far and wide finding fault with the fingerprint case in question, making a statement like the one they did, will only make the people MORE concerned about what the hell is actually going on within the Police Force and SYSTEM UK wide with these dolts standing shoulder to shoulder saying..."Whats up? The service is A1". Bilko

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Agree with you completely Bilko...  'The Service is A1'??  More like 'The Service is Acock-up'.  Hopefully, recent coverage about the fingerprint case and all the other miscarriages of justice will educate the public into the train of thought that, no, the system is NOT right, and the more people that question things (i.e. the system etc) and speak out, the more impact that it will have on these idiots who try to insist on keeping us in the dark on what really goes on behind the scenes.  They can say what they want in public - PR exercises, make the force look good etc, but we take it for what it is.  They are stalling, because they know it's all about to explode in their faces. 


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The Moderator wishes to thank all for this debate as it is in the public interest to know the facts it is up to them what they want to believe.


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As it is up to US to educate them all to the REAL facts, and not the propaganda that the media and the cops continually peddle out to pacify them...


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