January 20, 2011

Those Bad Bad Boys In Blue

Well, some of them anyway.

These are the people we allegedly hold up as ideal members of society. This short list details those we know about from the last year or so. No doubt there are many more.

Doesn't it make you go all warm and fuzzy inside, knowing that these bell-ends are chasing the "bad guys"?


Chief Superintendent James Trotman - Thames Valley Police 18th Jan 2011
Allegedly set fire to his car outside his lover’s home and allowed her lawyer husband to take the blame
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PC Jordan Janssen - Metropolitan Police 14th Dec 2010
Pleaded guilty to making and distributing indecent images of children.
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Sgt Peter Yeats - Sussex Police 20th Dec 2010.
Fraud
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PC Lance Thomson - Lancashire Police 8th Dec 2010.
Pleaded guilty to 15 charges of making indecent images of children.
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PC Shaun Lee Merseyside Transport Police 4th Nov 2010
Charged with dangerous driving after a Police vehicle was used to apprehend an alleged fare dodger.
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Three Police Officers - Merseyside Police 4th Nov 2010.
Beat and forced an innocent woman to strip naked
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Sgt Salim Razaq - Lancashire Police 4th Nov 2010.
Found guilty of perverting the course of justice,possessing firearms and ammunition, as well as misconduct in a public office.
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PC Peter Yeats - Metropolitan Police 1st Nov 2010.
Charged with £3500 fraud.
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PC Mesut Karakas
- Metropolitan Police 23rd 0ct 2010.
Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to kidnap a Lloyds TSB manager in 2009, misconduct in a public office and assault. Sentenced to 13 years in prison.
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Detective Constable Daren Pooley and Nicola Pooley - 20th Oct 2010
Found guilty today of conspiracy to defraud.
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Sergeant Tim Nunn and Sergeant Lee Morgan - 20th Oct 2010
Two Metropolitan Police Custody Sergeants are to face prosecution for perverting the course of justice following an investigation managed by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC). Sergeant Tim Nunn and Sergeant Lee Morgan , who were both based at Plaistow Police Station, have been summonsed to appear before Horseferry Road Magistrates Court on 5 November 2010.
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Detention Officer Adrian Law
- South Yorkshire Police 14th Oct 2010
Charged with Section 18 assault (grievous bodily harm) relating to an allegation that hot liquid was deliberately poured over a 26-year-old man who was detained at Barnsley Police Station on 30 May 2010. Source

Sgt James Boothby - Lancashire Police 14th Oct 2010
Facilitating the creation of a company and pursuing a course of conduct to procure valuable business for that company, thereby breaching the Code of Conduct for police officers in relation to honesty and integrity. Source

PC Stephen Mitchell - Newcastle Police 13th Oct 2010
Five counts of rape, six of indecent assault and 15 of misconduct in public office.
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PC 5548 Morrison - Devon and Cornwall 6th Oct 2010
Unlawful arrest, excessive force & unlawful detention on John Joseph.
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PC Nigel Cowley, PC Roderick James-Bowen, PC Mark Jones, 43 and Det Con John Donohue - Metropolitan Police 22nd Sept 2010
Assault occasioning actual bodily harm during the arrest of Mr Ahmad in Tooting, south London. 
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PC Daniel Capel - Kent Police 19th Sept 2010
Went to ­investigate a bust-up between a young model and her boyfriend and then sent her a string of filthy texts and tried to get her to sleep with him bombarding her with explicit ­messages, ­including a picture of his ­genitals.
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PC Anthony Davitt - Merseyside Police 16th Sept 2010 (Note: Found Not Guilty)
Suspended after allegedly being found with £2,000 in cash recovered on a raid.
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Police officer - West Yorkshire 13th Sept 2010
Arrested on suspicion of possessing child pornography.
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Sgt Mark Andrews - Wiltshire Police 13th Sept 2010
Police sergeant jailed for throwing woman in cell 'punched and kicked civil servant in separate attack. 
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Sgt Mark Andrews - Wiltshire Police 7th Sept 2010
A police officer has been jailed for six months after he was caught on CCTV throwing a woman into a cell, badly injuring her.
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Two Police Officers - Greater Manchester Police 3rd Sept 2010.
Suspended after confiscating a super-fast sports car from its driver and then crashing it themselves.
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PC Dustin Hunter - Surrey Police 17th Aug 2010
Sold stolen police uniforms and offered tips on how to foil detectives as well as drug dealing. Jailed for seven years.
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Police Officers - South Wales 6th Aug 2010
Smashed OAP driver's window and dragged him out of car' after he was stopped for not wearing seatbelt
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PC Simon Harwood - Scotland Yard Riot squad 22nd July 2010
Not charged with any offence after he was caught on camera striking newspaper seller Ian Tomlinson with his baton and pushing him to the ground at the G20 Conference on 1st April 2009. 
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PC Darren Lawson - Notts Police 2nd July 2010
Jailed for six years for indecently assaulting children. 
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PC Jamie Slater - South Wales 15th June 2010
Arrested for offences of misconduct in public office, harassment and inciting prostitution for gain.
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PC Haydn Evans - South Wales 11th June 2010
Abused the police computer database to search for confidential information on six male lovers. 
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PC Jason Hanvey - Greater Manchester Police 9th April 2010
Subjected a teenage girl to a 'deliberately cruel' ordeal that was 'little short of torture' threatening to rip her 'Fucking skull off'. Jailed for 18th months.
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Sgt Darren Burns, PC Andrew Bird, PC Clive French - Merseyside Police 17th Feb 2010
Jailed for selling cannabis seized in drugs raids.
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PC Mark Carter - West Yorkshire 19th Dec 2009
Charged with a number of sex offences following an incident at the Etap hotel in Leeds. 
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PC Chris McGinn - West Lothian Police 24th Oct 2009
Cocaine addict who sold drugs to feed his £500 a month habit, jailed for two years.
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PC Andrew Rayson - South Yorkshire 9th April 2009
Filmed a series of naked women and girls in swimming pool changing rooms, jailed for 20 weeks.
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Tip of the beret to a poster on FMOTL Forum.

CR.

15 comments:

themanwithmanychins said...

I had to nick the post I am afraid CR!

Captain Ranty said...

What's mine is yours, old chum.

Help yerself!

CR.

Harry Hook said...

Were they promoted?

Captain Ranty said...

I imagine so Harry.

In the army the more incompetent you were, the faster you rose through the ranks.

The Fuzz are probably no different.

CR.

mescalito said...

Dirty hobbits

Anonymous said...

ACAB.

Anonymous said...

I think your very valid point was well enough illustrated without the references to those officers not yet (and I stress yet) convicted of the offences with which they have been charged.

Presumption of innocence, anyone?

Captain Ranty said...

Anon,

We are no longer "presumed innocent".

Now that we are part of the EU our old laws do not apply here. We are now presumed guilty.

The onus is on us to prove our innocence.

The game has changed. Keep up! :)

CR.

FireballXL5 said...

And is this just the tip of the iceberg? No wonder they're called the filth, is there anyone left who has any respect for these arseholes?

Capt. this alone should have caused an uprising:

"We are no longer presumed innocent.
Now that we are part of the EU our old laws do not apply here. We are now presumed guilty.
The onus is on us to prove our innocence."

Dark Lochnagar said...

I think they are a wonderful force doing their best in very trying circumstances. They may have to get nasty when all the civil disobedience kicks off, with all those scruffy cunts with no jobs. You'll be pleased they're there then!

Captain Ranty said...

DL,

They used to be wonderful. They used to live by their oath to keep the peace. They used to be courteous.

Something changed them.

Now they are revenue collection agents for their masters. And don't kid yourself that they are there to protect and serve us. They are not. They take an oath to protect and serve the crown.

We are just the cattle they have to prod, beat up, or sometimes kill.

Most of my life I thought exactly as you did. Not any more.

If I was allowed to carry a gun I could cheerfully defend myself. I can keep the peace all on my own. I can defend me and mine and if everyone else does the same we will be a-okay.

Watching armed thugs kettling teenagers is not an impressive sight. There is no bravery involved. Not when you have all the weapons and your opponents have none.

CR.

Steven UK said...

“I think your very valid point was well enough illustrated without the references to those officers not yet (and I stress yet) convicted of the offences with which they have been charged.”

Translation: You don’t know who’s in the role your trouser leg up/funny handshake/ Jahbulon club and will be found innocent.

Only joking…

“Presumption of innocence, anyone?”

Is a very fair point.

However (and with no reference to the cases above) you’ll have to forgive me if, in the aftermath of Ian Tomlinson, I remain a little cynical regarding the balance of the scales of justice as for our boys in, erm, black.

I am Stan said...

Yo Capitan,

The cops here in sunny Nottingham have a terrible reputation, passing on information to gangsters, resulting in a middle aged couple being murdered in revenge for starters, beatings, frauds, incompetence, lies, they`re constantly in the local paper for some misdeed, no one trusts them.

Captain Ranty said...

Steven,

Your last sentence nails it.

Over 1100 people have died in police custody in the last ten years.

1100 deaths.

Zero convictions.

Nuff said?

CR.

Captain Ranty said...

Stan,

They give us no reason to trust them.

They are mostly on the side of the bad guys.

As are the courts.

CR.