Metropolitan Police & Southwark Crown Court
Metropolitan Police is a generic title for the municipal police force for a major metropolitan area, and it may be part of the official title of the force. The Crown Court, Southwark is one of three Crown Court buildings in London SE1, along with Inner London Crown Court and Blackfriars Crown Court. /5
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Metropolitan Police officer Andrew Kirkland, pleaded guilty to theft and fraud offences at Southwark Crown Court. …
Next Fri: Milton Keynes Magistrates Court 2pm - sending to Crown Court of 3rd individual connected to my experience of Police corruption. Once again this is by way of private prosecution, once again where the Metropolitan Police actively protected this individual from investigation, once again the court was happy on the evidence to issue summons. Now there were 3; 1. Tracey Murphy - Luton Crown Court - perverting the course of justice [trial starting] 2. Blackburn & McDonald - Southwark Crown Court - various offences including kidnap 3. The 'other accuser' - Milton Keynes Magistrates - perverting the course of justice So anyone in Milton Keynes area on afternoon of this coming fri (29th) please feel free to come on down
Southwark Crown Court - the final destination for Metropolitan Police bent cops
“In 2012, one of Britain's most senior police officers, who tried to counter misconduct allegations by accusing the Metropolitan Police force of racism, was jailed for four years after he was finally exposed as "a criminal in uniform". Commander Ali Dizaei became the highest ranking officer to be convicted of a criminal offence in United Kingdom in 33 years. A jury took 10 minutes to convict the 47-year-old Iranian of misconduct and for perverting the course of justice after he assaulted and tried to frame a businessman to settle a personal score. Sir Paul Stephenson, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, said Dizaei, who was cleared of the same charges in a trial seven years ago, had smeared the reputation of the country's entire police service with his "disgraceful behaviour". He has previously faced allegations of taking drugs, spying for Iran, fiddling his expenses, abusing his police credit cards and fabricating evidence and his conviction at Southwark Crown Court in London vindicated the force's d ...
PC John Caulfield sacked following Hoxton assault case Continue reading the main story Related Stories PC acquitted over tourist assault No verdict in tourist attack case A Metropolitan Police officer has been dismissed from the force for gross misconduct following an assault case. PC John Caulfield, 33, based in Hackney, East London, had been accused of attacking a French tourist in 2009. A jury acquitted him of actual bodily harm in 2011 but the Met's misconduct review panel found he had used a disproportionate amount of force. It also said he had produced a misleading written account of the incident and has therefore been sacked. The officer was accused of kicking and punching Charles Quichand who he had seen urinating in a bush in Hoxton, East London, the trial at Southwark Crown Court heard. 'Discredit' He denied the charge telling the court he had acted in self-defence. He was then, as a matter of course, subjected to a misconduct review. Commander Allan Gibson, from the Met's Directorate of Profess ...
PC Christopher Exley, 32, who served in the elite Special Operations Division of the Metropolitan Police also denied three counts relating to indecent images of children at Southwark Crown Court.
Amid apprehension by some Nigerians that the Goodluck Jonathan administration might negotiate with UK authorities over the fate of former Governor James Ibori of Delta State, a source at the British Home Office told SaharaReporters today that the idea of repatriating Mr. Ibori to serve his sentence in Nigeria “is absolutely out of the question.” On Monday, former Governor Ibori appeared before the Southwark Crown Court in London and pleaded guilty to Money Laundering and conspiracy charges. He is due to be sentenced on April 16 and 17th. Confronted with the prospect of spending at least twenty years in prison had he chosen to go through a drawn-out trial, Mr. Ibori decided to plead guilty to embezzling billions of naira in public funds and using the looted funds to finance a splurgy lifestyle that included the acquisition of airplanes, choice real estate in Britain and other parts of the world, and a collection of expensive cars, including Bentleys. Following Mr. Ibori's guilty plea, speculations made ...
the news on Wednesday,18th of April, James Ibori, the former governor of one of Nigeria’s oil-producing states, pleaded guilty in a UK court to 10 counts of money-laundering and conspiracy to defraud, at Southwark Crown Court, South East London. The case is estimated to be worth as much as $250m over eight years, according to police, “The money was lavished on a portfolio of luxury houses, fleets of top-of-the-range cars, fees at some of the UK’s most expensive boarding schools, first-class travel, expensive hotels and even a $20m private jet,” the Metropolitan Police'The prosecutor called him a “thief in government house and common criminal”.
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