Graeme McLagen's Bent Coppers confirms much that is in the public domain along with other disclosures that have been in the past dismissed as the ramblings of conspiracy theorists.
In 2003 at Southwark Crown Court Judge George Bathurst-Norman called the laundering of the proceeds of drug dealing by Police officers "state created crime". The officers were acting without permission.
Sir Paul Condon gave evidence to a Home affairs committee with an opening statement saying "because of their (corrupt police) training they are aware of the tactics we use to try and catch them". "They are cunning, they are experienced".
Graeme McLargan states corrupt officers will claim to be on a legitimate operation if their corruption is uncovered.
It isn't too untoward to surmise of the possibility that the laundering of £15M in a "state created crime" was in fact a corrupt police operation gone wrong. Indeed, this would certainly explain no official sanction of the operation.
Erkin Gurney claims he was framed for drugs crimes by professional dealers who not even the police can mess with (or wont). However, Gurneys millionaire father claims to have a recording of Detectives demanding large sums of money in return for his son's freedom.
McLegan claims that corruption festers in environments where individuals are given autonomy and there is a lack of accountability and scrutiny.
No one can deny that super criminals eroding the fabric of society, ensuring a plentiful supply of drugs in to the UK and either in the favour of corrupt police or in control of them are a threat to long term national security.
So where are the 3000 or so MI5 officers: - operating in a culture of complete secrecy with complete autonomy and no scrutiny.
Who really are the people Gurney says the police can't touch. After all it is well documented that MI5 aim to control all levels of society. Infact it has been reported in the main stream UK broadsheets that during the 2008 banking liquidity crisis following the collapse of leahman brothers the UK financial system avoided total collapse only because of massive money transfers to the UK banking system by so called drug lords
The level of corruption and control is astounding, private detective Daniel Morgan was murdered just as he was about to expose police corruption. His business partner and former suspect in the murder, Rees had previously served a prison scentence for attempting to frame an innocent woman. Still, Rees was in the pay of News of The World journalists, both Rees and the journalists are currently at the centre of the Leveson enquiry in to illegal activity in what is described as a network of corruption using freemasonry's network of corrupt officials to gain information.
The then Home Seceratary, Dr Read viamently denies claims from the then head of Scotland Yard that in 2006 he was briefed on extensive phone hacking at the News of The World and that the Labour government of the day needed to stay in the favour of Rupert Murdoc, owner of NoW and friend of Tony Blair.