Image courtesy of Daily Mail (c) 2012
Police corruption in the UK is wide spread and endemic. However, the official body responsible for prosecuting those who perpetrate crimes are the ones carrying out injustices on what seems to be a regular basis.
I quote directly from the Daily Mail:
So as not to be called a conspiracy theorist or one of the many other labels the corrupt network likes to label those who attempt to expose their activity.
("network of corrupt officials" quoted from the Leveson inquiry)
A senior police officer not only made what has been exposed as a false statement but masqueraded as a member of the public while making this false statement to fellow officers who while recording it on the "POLICE NATIONAL COMPUTER" were themselves carrying out an iligal act in knowingly recording a false statement.
What chance do innocent members of the public stand when a leading member of our own government is rounded upon by corrupt police officers who no doubt have committed similar offenses in the past and must have felt very comfortable in the knowledge that they firstly would achieve their objective and secondly get away with it.
Anyone studying criminality will quickly establish that criminals start with petty crime likely to go unnoticed or to have negliagable consequences if caught. Once comfortable with this they move on to bigger crimes.
Surly, it is reasonable to suspect that diplomatic protection officer Keith Wallis, 52
was not committing his first crime of this kind when he made false statements using a false identity; indeed, this officers activity both personal and professional should be investigated.
Until the consequences of such acts become sever for those perpetrating them and other officers aiding and abetting them (by not reporting illegal acts), the corruption in all levels of UK policing and affiliations with criminal groups will continue.