Sean Price became the first chief constable for 35 years to be sacked after he was found guilty of gross misconduct
Corruption is endemic within the police and the establishment, as they cross borders to help each to subdue and totally negate prosecutions. In this respect the police, senior local authority councillors, senior planning officers and local authority directors look after each other’s backs when tens of millions of pounds are involved.
In this respect the planning system is fully open to corruption and where agricultural land at a cost of £10,000 per acre goes up to £1 million an acre when it is given planning permission to build houses. Indeed with the vast sums involved, the system is ripe for dishonesty in whatever branch of work or profession one resides. In this respect the police can stop criminal investigations in their tracks - and do so to the detriment of the Law and the people of the United Kingdom.
A prime corruption case in the
was the Poulson Case and where the
following has many of the hallmarks of this particular
national corruption case. UK
As a prime example of what corruption goes on within the police and local government several years ago a farmer’s son who had been left everything more or less by his father and where he was the adopted son, not the blood son, was challenged in the Courts by his two sisters, who were the blood sisters to the deceased father. It was not because that the father had left the majority of things to the adopted son but where the sisters had been told that the 30-acres of agricultural land that their father had farmed for many years, was to become building land. Therefore it changed the value of the land at the time from a value of £180,000 to a massive £20 million plus. No planning approval or planning application was in place at the time, so how did the two sisters know that planning permission was going to given on the land? That was the big question.
Both sisters therefore took the adopted brother to Court over the matter and where they became bankrupt due to them losing the case in the favour of the adopted son and where they had spent £500,000 on legal fees. The adopted son had spent even more and about £750,000 defending the case and the father's final will and testament.
Therefore you must ask yourselves the question, why did two sisters spend £500,000 that made them bankrupt and why did the adopted son spend £750,000 on legal fees for land that was just agricultural land and worth £180,000? The only answer to that question must be that the adopted son and sisters had been told from the very highest level within the local authority that the land behind closed doors was to become building land off the record. There cannot be any other reason, for who would fight a case where the combined legal fees was £1.25 million and the land in question was only worth £180,000. It appears on paper to be sheer madness but where in essence it was not with £20 million being the hidden value that someone at the top of the local authority must have sanctioned behind closed doors (sensitive information that could have only come from senior planners, local authority directors and senior councillors).
But added to this it also came to light that a local wealthy builder had offered £250,000 as a first option purchase on the land concerned and also for the adjoining farm also, £500,000 in total. The question now that has to be asked, who in their right mind would pay out £250,000 as a first option on land that was only valued at £180,000 at the time? Again it appeared to be sheer madness but of course if the builder knew more and that the land was to become building land, he and all those involved would make an instant profit going into tens of millions.
Therefore this builder must have been in the know also and must have got this information from the top in the local authority concerned. For who would fork out £500,000 on farmland in the ownership of two farms that was not even worth £500,000? The plot thickens.
Indeed as this particular builder had some dubious dealings with planners in the past and where he built on community land that council planners allowed him to do so (but where there was no planning permission in place to do so - an illegal act by the builder and the planners clearly knew this), this matter stunk nine man's high from the beginning as this illegal development was also in the same council's area of control. Those buildings still stand today and the local authority did nothing to remove the industrial buildings constructed on community land for the people, even though there was no planning permission to do so at the time as stated. The only thing that happened was that suddenly the senior local authority planner decided to retire on a fat pension as questions were being asked. No disciplinary action could then be taken against the senior planning officer concerned and the builder made several hundred thousand of pounds in profits out of the deal. Not bad again for land that had no permission to build on other than a community hall (that then could not be built to the entire detriment of the local community numbering nearly 14,000 in numbers) as the builder's industrial units were in the way and where the builder got it for a song as a very nice little earner for himself and all others involved behind the scenes.
Therefore the question has to be asked again, how on earth did this builder know that the farmland to the two farms was going to become building land? It appears that because this certain dubious builder was well in with the local council at the top, that he had been privately told by senior council officials behind closed doors that this was going to happen. Or they all hatched a plot together to make it so and where all would share in the proceeds? Not a bad plan really when tens of millions are involved !
Now to the next phase in this apparent conspiracy and corruption debacle. Because questions were starting to be asked ever more, suddenly out of the blue, the council’s senior director decided to retire without any indication whatsoever with three senior planners and council officers - all were linked together at the most senior level to the Council's LDF (Local Development Framework) that determined what agricultural land et al would be transformed over night into building land increasing the value by tens and hundreds of millions by the stroke of a pen across the whole jurisdiction of this metropolitan council . Did they sense that something would be uncovered or what? It was very strange but where the chief planning officer for this local authority had been found out previously (within 12 months of these retirements on massive state pensions) to have external employment also with a land developer. He resigned and ended up working for another local authority in some other part of the country (the North -East), so no real punishment there. But where this chief planning officer knew well all these people who were suddenly retiring with big fat pensions and all the perks that goes with a lifetime of so-called 'public' service.
But it was not surprising, as the pressure was mounting and where a few years before the chair of the governance and scrutiny committee at the Council concerned had found incriminating evidence against the director of the council who had suddenly packed his bags and retired.
The police were called in and two CID detectives arrived at the home of the Council’s chair of governance and scrutiny. There waiting for them was all the evidence. Suddenly within the meeting one of the CID officers had a call on his mobile and where he said that they had to leave immediately. The CID officers then scooped up all the damning criminal evidence and left. To this day those officers have not contacted the chair of governance and scrutiny again. So why did the police officers do this and never send the case to the CPS for prosecution? Only a cover-up can be the answer and why I now realise that the police service is as corrupt as any area of government. Indeed thank God for the Judiciary and where ultimately we only have the law courts and judges to basically uphold the law no matter who the crooks are. Consequently no charges were ever brought against the council director concerned and his cohorts. Therefore the two CID officers undertook a covert cover-up operation and no more. Indeed and overall, they were certainly not there for justice but basically to cover up for others (by probably higher up the police command ladder). Most probably fellow ‘Masons’ unfortunately I have to say who were as I have stated, higher up in the police force command and who had sent their officers not to undertake the law of the land, but the law of corruption, deceit and greed.
As a post-script to the above it is known (through internal Council information from honest council officers - there are a few believe it or not) that the land in question relating to the two farms that will be valued at over £50 million when it becomes building land, has been earmarked in the Local LDF plan by the Council to be re-designated 'building land' (still a so-called secret even today, as the Council have not officially stated this fact to date, but where it will come to fruition as the land has definitely been secretly earmarked). That is what is going on even today within our local government system and where planning in particular is an easy way to make a lot of money covertly. Indeed the present government have made it even easier for this corruption to happen with lapsed planning guidelines and Councils who have not an LDF in place - giving developers an open season on greenbelt and open spaces. Unfortunately for the people the police are also involved with this socially corrosive system that undermines democracy, the integrity of all others and all decency.
But as I have outlined, this Council is not unique and most have serious corruption skeletons in their closets - http://www.rottencouncil.co.uk/council-corruption/ Therefore you don't have to go far to find corruption ripe in the UK and in many ways the UK is no better than a banana republic where funds are illegally syphoned off daily.
Think the above is impossible and the police and authorities are not corrupt. Think again as a recent article in the Daily Mail on July 19, 2014 (pages 28,29 30) clearly shows that the Establishment is 'inherently' corrupt to the core when their vested-interests are challenged and attacked, cover-ups are inevitable from the top down - 'Chilling day special branch swooped to seize ANOTHER dossier on VIP abusers'. In this respect it was a substantial dossier on alleged paedophiles at the highest level within the Establishment - what is supposingly being addressed now by themselves, the Establishment. The following is extracts from the article which concerned a dossier passed on by the late Labour minister of state Barbara Castle to a journalist and what happened to this journalist in this events' aftermath.
The knock on the door came early one day in the famous dry summer of 1984...and Dale Hale, the young editor of the Bury Messenger, was reading the daily papers at his desk as his reporters were beginning to arrive...As Hale, then 31, answered the door, a trio of plain-clothes detectives barged in, followed by a dozen police officers in uniform. What happened next was, in Hale's words, 'like something out of a totalitarian East Germany, rather than Margaret Thatcher's supposingly free Britain'. The detectives identified themselves as Special Branch...responsible for of national security. 'They began flashing warrant cards and bark questions' said Hale. 'It was as if they were interviewing a potential criminal rather than a law-abiding newspaper man'. The officers told me that I should abandon plans to print a story that was scheduled to run in our next edition. If I didn't, they told me to expect a long jail sentence.'
Initially bewildered by their threatening tone. Hale soon worked out the purpose of the police visit. The focus of their attention was an incendiary dossier he had been handed a few days earlier by long-serving Labour politician Barbara Castle...and the MP for nearby Blackburn. One of her lifelong interests as a principled advocate... was child protection. To that end, she had become concerned at the rising influence of the paedophile lobby...infiltrating the political Establishment developing links with...senior public figures including MPs, peers, civil servants and police officers.
Mrs. Castle was particularly alarmed, Hale recalls, about the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE)...officially affiliated with the influential National Council for Civil Liberties...'To her frustration, politicians seemed unwilling to discuss this important issue,' says Hale.
So being aware of my investigative work in the local media, she approached me and we agreed to a meeting.'
Over tea and a bun at a local cafe Mrs. Castle opened a battered briefcase and handed Hale a bundle of extraordinary documents. They included typewritten minutes of meetings...held by Westminster in support of the paedophile agenda...with details of...Establishment figures who had apparently pledged support of their cause...No fewer than 16 MPs were on that list...I warned her that I would have to make enquiries...about some contents of the dossier.
...A few days later he (Hale) he put in a call to the Home Office. 'I could detect the antagonism from officials as soon as they answered'...The Institution that should have been protecting vulnerable children seemed more interested in topping the Press from prying too closely.'
It was the morning after Hale made his call to the Home Office that Special Branch officers turned up at the Bury Messenger.
Pushing him (Hale) into a corner, they began barking orders. 'Let me assure you that this story is not in the public interest,'...It cannot be printed, as a matter of national security.'
'That can't be right.', Hale told him (the senior interrogating officer).'Look, we're not here to argue,' the detective responded. 'Are you going to hand over your papers?'
'No', Hale replied.
At this point, the officer produced a document, signed by a judge. It showed that his previous remark about not printing the story had not been a request, but an ORDER. The document...was a D-notice - relic of wartime censorship that could be served on newspaper editors, allowing the Government to block any story that threatened national security.
'If you don't comply with this notice, we will arrest you for perverting the course of justice,' the detective barked. 'You will be liable for up to ten years in prison.'
At this point, Hale's resistance collapsed.
The papers...were swiftly confiscated, as were Hale's notes and even his typewriter (sounds familiar, it is and the very same thing that happened in the Local Authority case previously cited above in this article).
'When I (Hale) asked the reason for this strange act of expropriation, I was told it was being taken in case of allegations of fraud,' he says (police officer).'You might have typed these statements yourself.' said a detective.
As the police left, Hale was warned never to write about the raid or tell anyone what had happened.
'One point I found interesting was that they all spoke with London accents,' says Hale. Not a single man was from Lancashire. It was obvious this was a Metropolitan Police raid, planned in the capital.
'This was confirmed when, disobeying Special Branch's instructions, I phoned Bury police about the incident. 'They knew nothing of it and were astonished.'
Rather less shocked was Barbara Castle. When Hale saw her a few days later, she told him, 'I thought this might happen.'...'Well, this certainly shows the extent of the cover-up.'...'We are fighting a formidable foe.'
With the D-notice in force not even Mrs Castle could then do anything as the Establishment had through the Judiciary blocked everything . But what the above clearly shows is how corrupt the Establishment is. Indeed since this dossier was erased from existence and in recent times, a further 117 documents relating to the Establishment's paedophilia accusations have been lost by the Home Office (the most corrupt department in Government).
As a further post-script to the above the Daily mail article also stated,
'This week a former Tory activist called Anthony Gilberthorpe told a Sunday newspaper that he had been asked to procure under-age boys for drink and drug-fuelled sex parties at political party conferences in the early eighties'
Can we say more about a corrupt Establishment? Probably yes and a great deal more...to come !
Dr David HillChief Executive
World Innovation Foundation