The Crown Prosecution Service, concluding its investigation into the murder of Jean-Charles de Menezes at Stockwell Tube Station in London last year, is bringing its fiery sword down on the heads of the Metropolitan Police who killed him by charging them with "failure to provide for the health, safety and welfare" of Jean-Charles. It's not murder; it's not even manslaughter. It's a health and safety thing. Well, yes, you are certainly failing to provide for someone's health and safety when you shoot them seven times in the head at point blank range.
No wonder Tony Blair is the only person left in the world who believes in British justice.


ziz said…
You fail to understand. Last week Lord Levy (he who raised the funds to get Tony Blair into office and keep him there) was kidnapped by the Metropolitan Police. It was called an arrest, but it shook the shit out of the Establishment.

The deal was between Blair and Sir Ian Blair.

Lay off charging my men with murder /manslaughter and my men will lay off the cash for coronets.

This had been on the table for some time and it was the kidnapping last week that made people realise that Sir Ian was not bluffing. hence the kacky pants down at Downing Street. headless chicken time in the Bunker.

Now today we find that the Crown Prosecution Service, (headed by a man who was in the Matrix legal chambers once occupied by Tony Blair and also now by his wife Cherie) examined the case, and had the case re-examined by an independent barrister - who Zut Alors! was also a barrister from the Matrix Chambers.

Zut more Alors - no charges except wrists slapped and silly fines paid by inserting the hand into one of the pockets of the State and placing the money in another pocket - and probably if they plead guilty to any of that messy business with witnesses, cross examination etc.,

You may confidently expect that the whole cash for coronets scandal (practised for aeons by all political parties) will , exposed to wonderful summer sunshine trickle away into the sand.

No Alice in Wonderland - No Alice Through the Looking Glass - raw nasty down and dirty politics with a dash of what Benjamin Franklin also knew about - Masonry and the Faustian bargains made thereby.

Tony is however not out of the rough yet and John Reid is waiting in the wings.

Bruce Hodder said…
What you say makes a disturbing amount of sense, postman.