Cops raid Brit army bases

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GLESGA-NED

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#2
It's nothing new. Fcuking shite heads have been doing it for years. I do hope they get pure fcuked.
 

Biped

LE
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#4
Allegedly, it's British civvy base staff, feeding millions in MOD funds to boxhead shell companies and divvying up the proceeds.

If that's true, I hope the cnuts get put in the same cell as Fritzl.
 
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Tremaine

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#5
Nothing new, sadly. Can we expect a clear out of overpaid swindling useless twunts who think the Armed Forces are a giant cash cow, now then? Do we need toilet attendants in the Sandpits?? :twisted: Jolly good. :D
 
#6
They have just bought 6000,000 rounds of 9mm from Brazil FFS
 
#7
tropper66 said:
They have just bought 6000,000 rounds of 9mm from Brazil FFS
Can't really blame them for that, pistol ammo is rare as hens teeth at the moment, has been ever since Obama came to power, people in the US are buying out all stocks of .22, .40, 9mm and .45 within hours of them hitting the shops
 
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Grey24-7 said:
tropper66 said:
They have just bought 6000,000 rounds of 9mm from Brazil FFS
Can't really blame them for that, pistol ammo is rare as hens teeth at the moment, has been ever since Obama came to power, people in the US are buying out all stocks of .22, .40, 9mm and .45 within hours of them hitting the shops
And they said he wouldn't be good for business!
 
#11
Yep, it's being continually reported on the German radio
 
#12
The blerks who are in the frame are apparently all Germans, about forty in total. They work on the property management side, project Puma etc. They have been processing non existant works and overpaying real works in exchange for back handers. So if you were wondering why your BFG quarter or singlies block is a bag of sh'it, now you know. The Germans started investigating after one of them got cold feet and dobbed himself in. The Germans have had 50 undercover investigators on the case for the last 6 months and over 200 police were involved in the raids. It will take them forever to go through all the paperwork.
 
#13
Not exactly news to anyone with 2 eyes. I knew of an ex-Garrison QM who "allegedly" had his brand new 4 bed villa (with pool) constructed by the same company who succesfully bid for the Garrison works services contract. There are enough pigs with their snouts in the trough higher up the chain, just don't get caught!

P-T
 
#14
It goes some way in explaining why Project Puma has ground to a shuddering halt here in Sennelager then.
 
#15
This type of thing has been going on for years - PSA and its derivitives have always been corrupt, I well remember doing a stop on a PSA van full of cookers leaving barracks - brand new ones which were destined for the german market - paid for by the taxpayer.

The driver and 2 colleagues couldnt produce any paperwork for their cargo so called in the RMP, RMP called in Polizei!
 
#16
If your going to do it do it properly FFS



Police have raided several British army facilities in Germany on suspicion of military personnel involvement in an alleged bribery case.

According to prosecutors in Wuppertal, over 200 police officers and 50 officials searched British military installations in the towns of Moenchengladbach, Elmpt, Paderborn and Herford on Tuesday. Eight local companies were also examined.

German authorities suspect that around 21 civilian employees of the British military have accepted kick-backs from local firms in order to secure lucrative contracts.

There are also suspicions that payments were made to nonexistent companies for fake contracts in scams "costing the British government millions of euros", prosecutors added.

The British authorities are reportedly cooperating fully with German investigators and have even assisted with the raids.

However, the British military is yet to issue a statement on the incident.

Britain's presence in Germany is its biggest deployment abroad, including Afghanistan and Iraq. There are about 22,500 service personnel and about 23,000 civilian staff and dependents based there.
 
#17
A relation of mine was so concerned about the corruption in the Paderborn estate managment set up and the refusal of the chain of command to act that he got out of there to avoid being tarred with the same brush.

Its being going on for years, good that tis finally getting sorted out.
 
#18
When can we expect raids in the UK then?
 
#20
That's rich for the boxheads! In the power industury their Siemens was the company whose directors were sent to jail for giving bribes to secure multi-million dollar power station builds.

American GEC and French Alstom no way but the Germans, Ja, Das ist gut business ja? :roll:
 

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