Solly Nahome, who was Britain's top crime boss.
According to a UK police report, gangsters have infiltrated all the key parts of the criminal justice system from the police to the juries to the prisons.
They have infiltrated: "Revenue and Customs, the Crown Prosecution Service, the City of London Police, the Prison Service ... juries and the legal profession."
The informant ended up being tortured - by the son of a top policeman.
The corruption of Britain: UK's key institutions infiltrated by criminals
Leon Brittan, of Lithuanian Jewish origin, who was the UK government minister in charge of the police at a time when fears were growing that the police were protecting the Elm Guest House child brothel.
Gangsters have infiltrated the London police by bribing corrupt officers.
This is according to a report, based on a police investigation called Operation Tiberius, leaked to The Independent.
The report, written in 2002, found that the London police suffered from 'endemic corruption'.
Exclusive: Scotland Yard's rotten core
The Glasgow gangster Tam McGraw was reportedly protected by his friends in the Glasgow police.
Reportedly, certain top UK gangsters have always been protected by the police and by the security services MI5 and MI6.
Terry Adams, 'protected by the police'.
Operation Tiberius concluded that gangsters such as the Adams family, and the gang led by the Kray Twin's friend David Hunt, had been allowed by key police officers to:
1. Avoid prosecution
2. Take part in mass drug importation and money laundering.
Exclusive: Scotland Yard's rotten core / Case studies: Operation Tiberius
David Hunt, 'protected by the police'.
Research conducted by The Independent suggests that only a tiny number of the officers named as corrupt have been convicted.
Sir Jimmy Savile Savile with his friend Mick Starkey, a West Yorkshire police inspector. The UK's top pedophile rings are believed to be protected by the police and by the security services.
One senior investigating officer has said: "I feel that… I cannot carry out an ethical murder investigation without the fear of it being compromised."
One police officer was found to co-own properties and racehorses with a man said to be one of Britain's top gangsters.
Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick said: "I am not aware of anything in the Metropolitan Police that has resulted in infiltration..."
She is the Dick in charge of terrorism.
Michael Howard is a top UK politician who was once the leader of the UK Conservative Party.
Like Leon Brittan, he is Jewish 
1. There are allegations that a criminal was released from prison after paying a bribe to one of Michael Howard's relatives.
"Career criminal John Haase told a Labour MP that he was released from prison early after making the payment via one of Mr Howard's relatives."
Michael Howard, the drugs baron and an extraordinary £400,000 bribery claim (Daily Mail 1 November 2008)
2. Michael Howard was Home Secretary, in charge of the police, when the Baybasin gang allowed by the UK authorities move from Turkey to the UK.
The Baybasin gang, a Kurdish gang, controlled up to 90% of the heroin which entered the UK.
Huseyin Baybasin and his gang knew all about the involvement of top Turkish politicians and officials in the international heroin trade.
Blair and 'drugs gangster' HASHIM THACI
Paul Bennett and John Haase were granted a royal pardon in July 1996 on Howard's orders.
The decision came 11 months into 18-year sentences.
Michael Howard's cousin, Simon Bakerman, was released from prison on the day Howard became leader of the Conservative Party in November 2003.
Bakerman was in jail for running an illegal factory making amphetamine and ketamine pills.
Lewis Rodden is a convicted gangster.
According to the Sunday Herald, 11 April 2010, Lewis Rodden appeared at a Labour Party election fundraiser for Jim Murphy, a top UK politician.
Government minister Jim Murphy of the Labour party has a problem - reportedly a gangster attended his election fundraiser
Labour councillor and Strathclyde (Glasgow) Police Authority member Betty Cunningham is 'on first-name terms' with Lewis Rodden.
The son of top politician John Reid married the daughter of notorious gangster Ronnie Campbell.
Former top politician Jack McConnell's name has been linked to Eddie Lyons, an alleged 'gangster'.
In early 2010, the Labour Party's Steven Purcell had his name linked to gangsters, such as the Iceman.
(POLITICIANS AND DRUGS; PURCELL AND THE ICEMAN)
Baby P, who was tortured and killed.
On 9 April 2009, the media revealed that the police were 'culpable in the Baby P case' .
An assault case against Baby P's mother was ‘left to drift’ for months
The Satanic Jersey cover up continues
Reportedly, Daniel Morgan (above) was murdered "because he was about to expose a drugs conspiracy linked to police corruption." Diana, captain beaujolais, alleged mistress, drug trafficking
Are UK criminals being caught and dealt with?
According to Nick Davies in the Guardian, on 17 August 2005, "the system is bringing justice in only 3% of offences committed."
In other words, the vast majority of criminals are getting away with it.
The few that do get dealt with are often the inadequate losers.
According to Davies, in the Guardian, "courts continue to experience delays."
24% of prisoners are not delivered to court on time;
52% of civilian witnesses come to court and do not give evidence;
64% of prosecution witnesses come to court and do not give evidence.
Files of evidence provided by police to prosecutors are on time and up to quality in only 43% of cases;
and the preparation by prosecutors is effective in only 60% of cases.
In the UK, what happens to those who are found guilty?
According to Davies:
Forty-four per cent of fines are unpaid;
up to 40% of community punishments are unserved.
Can the police be trusted?
Police Corruption in UK is at "Third World Levels" according to a report in The Telegraph on 10/02/98.
The British Newspaper "The Telegraph" reported that it was in possession of a confidential document containing the minutes of a meeting organized by the National Criminal Intelligence Service (NCIS).
The case of Ray Mallon:
November 20, 1996 - Ray Mallon becomes the new head of Middlesbrough CID and takes the extraordinary step of pledging to quit if he fails to slash the crime rate by 20 per cent.
August 6, 1997 - Nine months into the job and his pledge to cut crime appears to be working as figures plummet towards the key 20 per cent mark.
December 1, 1997 - Detective Superintendent Mallon is suspended by Assistant Chief Constable Robert Turnbull, the force's disciplinary officer.