Sunday, March 12, 2006

UK policemen telling lies? A senior policeman committing rape?

From the Sunday Mail (Scotland), 5/29/2005

A SENIOR police officer has claimed detectives faked diaries and planted evidence in a bid to frame a 12-year-old for the murder of his older brother.

A secret police report released last week brands the murder squad who investigated the death of 14-year-old Lawrence Haggart criminal and incompetent.

The report by James Mackay, the then assistant chief constable of Tayside Police, shows officers became so obsessed with nailing Lawrence's young brother Dennis for the crime that they ignored the true killer - serial paedophile Brian Beattie.


Scotland Yard was at the centre of a new row over the shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes following allegations that he was the suspect in a rape case...

A source told The Independent on Sunday: "This is a deliberate attempt to deflect the blame. First [the police] tried to say he was a terrorist and now this... he is no longer here to defend himself."

The Independent on Sunday last month revealed that the IPCC report alleges police tried to fake evidence relating to the killing by altering the police log. According to the report an officer outside the flats wrongly identified Mr de Menezesas Osman and firearms officers were dispatched to stop him. Once it was known an innocent man had been killed, the log was altered so that instead of reading "it was Osman", it read "it was not Osman".


A senior police officer has been found guilty of raping two women.

Inspector A. C. carried out the attacks on the women in their homes.

C. brutally raped one of his victims, known only as Mrs X, several times while on police duty including one occasion shortly after she attempted to commit suicide because of the abuse.

He overpowered his second victim Mrs Y in her artist's studio and raped her on the floor as she cried out in pain.

The assaults took place between 1993 and 1996.

At the High Court in Glasgow a jury of eight men and seven women took two hours to convict father-of-two C. of the rapes and other charges of indecent assault against the two women.


From The Mail on Sunday, 26 February 2006:

Claire is a police officer.

"Claire says she was not the only one at her station with a drugs problem. She knew of at least five other officers there who took Class-A drugs."


The Mail on Sunday, 26 February 2006, tells the story of an accountant, Andrew Ramsay, kidnapped in Glasgow by men in police uniforms.

When he was kidnapped, Ramsay was with his partner, Beverley Sinclair, a policeman's widow.

Ramsay ran a business with a young Eastern European woman which was based in one of Scotland's most notorious brothels.

Ramsay had been due to give evidence at a major money-laundering trial.

The two men who kidnapped Ramsay presented what appeared to be police identity cards.

The kidnappers used 'police jargon'.

One of the kidnappers was 6 foot tall.

Detective Superintendent Willie Prendergast described Ramsay as a well respected, upstanding member of the community.


A POLICEMAN accused of raping a woman with another officer insisted today that she willingly took part in group sex.

Constables M W and A L, both 30, deny attacking the 23-year-old woman in her living room after being called out to help her.

But W told of his shame at indulging in a threesome with the drunken woman and a fellow officer while on duty and as her three children and a babysitter slept upstairs.

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