Fury as hit-and-run PC keeps his job

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It must be their positive discrimination policy.....................disgraceful
 
#3
Not a surpise really, in this brave new world of "Social Justice" and "equallity" how could we punish him anyway? when he was bullied by two FEMALE officers on a basis of race. Just as well our police have the strength of character and moral courage to make a complaint :roll: .

Sometimes I wish I was an ethnic minority (being a Paddy I may be listed by the CRE but really come on) If I was a real ethnic minority it would be great. If I wanted I would not have to be responsible for anything as everything would be someones fault. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

A policeman? how the Fcuk did he get in? ohh sorry colour not quality
 
#5
He had threatened to take his case to an employment tribunal claiming racial discrimination were he dismissed from the force.
And that, ladies and gentlemen of the jury is the magic get of scott free sentence. :x :evil:

As a poilceman his conscience should of retired him from the force. :x :evil:
 
#6
Don't the race laws (in theory) work both ways? So, next time you have an accident (and leave the scene) while uninsured try claiming race discrimination on the basis that if you were a minority member you'd get away with it - there's even case law to back you up now! :x :x :x
 
#7
IMHO Driving without insurance is not a minor offence. He should have been dishonourably discharged for that alone.

I must send this to my friends in South Africa - I'm sure they'll be most impressed that the concept of "affirmative action" is catching on :roll:
 
#8
I have just moved back to UK after 5 years in the US - and wishing I hadnt bothered.... it is far from perfect over there but atleast I knew that before.. here I see a once fair and pleasant land being screwed over and dragged down and most of the population seem to let it pass without so much as a whimper.
Where is the moral outrage at this case? Havent seen it on the news on TV? - the reporters (if there was any moral decency and sense left) should be pillorying the force concerned and the judge.

What a joke.......
 
#9
Anybody caught driving without insurance should have their car seized and sold with the proceeds put into a fund for people hit by uninsured drivers. Oh yes and they should be disqualified from any responsible job forever.
 
#11
I know the saying set a crook to catch a crook but really its a joke anda bad one . How can he justfiy keeping his job having no insurance is bad enough but leaving casualties at the scence of an accident and then lying
about it .Think even the iraq police would think twice about keeping him on
mans a liar and a coward get ridof him.
 
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Little Jack H said:
Don't the race laws (in theory) work both ways? So, next time you have an accident (and leave the scene) while uninsured try claiming race discrimination on the basis that if you were a minority member you'd get away with it - there's even case law to back you up now! :x :x :x
Next time something goes down and you call 999 remember to state that you percieve there to be a racial discrimination element to whatever is happening... :wink:
 
#15
The only reason he got off is because he is an 'ethnic minority' muslim. This is an absolute disgrace - other policemen have lost their jobs for one racial word alone. This fcuking cnunt gets away with an accident, leaving the scene, re-spraying his car to conceal evidence and then trying to get his family to lie for him. He should be in prison - period. Yet he's still in the police - just because of his fcuking colour.



:evil: :evil: :evil:
 
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Sometimes I wish I was an ethnic minority (being a Paddy I may be listed by the CRE but really come on) If I was a real ethnic minority it would be great. If I wanted I would not have to be responsible for anything as everything would be someones fault.
Errrr- don't think so mate - if he was black, I bet he would have been made to leave the force pronto. How the hell was this tw@t allowed to keep his job God only knows. His actions after the accident speak volumes to what he thinks of the laws that he's supposed be 'upholding' as an police officer.

Paul Kelly, chairman of the Police Federation for Greater Manchester, said: "We do have some officers, who are few and far between, serving with minor criminal convictions after making an honest mistake."
Ahhhhh, now doesn't that make you feel loads better.
 
#19
Coming from an ethnic minority myself ,white, male and hetrosexual. I do believe that the poor old police force is its own worse enemy , ok their hamstrung by some real stupid rules that nobody has the balls to stand up against. Surely in the near future they are just going to implode into there own stupidity.

jackeroo
 
#20
I just can't see how he's ever going to have any credibility as a Court witness ever again

"Ah, Officer, am I correct in understanding that you have in the past been found guilty of attempting to pervert the course of justice?"

It's going to make life rather difficult for the prosecution in any case with which he is involved.

Welcome to a life of directing traffic :twisted:
 

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