Nisha and a police cover-up

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  1. The answer seems to be that as a Woman and an Asian she ticked all the "PC" boxes for recruitment, so being a criminal was ignored.

    How many other minority/ethnic criminals are being employed, in order to satisfy the ZANU Liebour PC policies ?

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  2. Just read that article and if only 50% is true then the Met should hang its head in shame and careers should be on the line. Of course neither will happen because the Met (the Organisation not the guys at the sharp end) has no shame.
     
  3. Is anyone still thinking "positive discrimination" is a good idea? If anything will bring this country down it will be political correctness!
     
  4. What a country we now live in. Some might try to write it all off as the rantings of the Daily Hate but consider just this:

    "A middle-aged man in Elstree had twice hired girls from Seventh Heaven, paying cheques to the value of £;1,800 for their company.

    What the agency did not know was that the client was one Jonathan Kern, a notorious international conman with a prison record. He rarely pays for anything, and often used escorts for free sex.

    The cheques bounced, so Nisha and two burly drivers went to Hertfordshire to extract the money from Mr Kern, who called police.

    When officers arrived, Kern claimed that Nisha had produced her own police identity card and told him she had a search warrant.

    Sgt Dave Eden was the senior police officer in attendance. In his witness statement, he said he took Nisha aside and was 'shocked' by how she threatened him.

    He recalled she suggested aggressively that: 'I had no idea who I was f***ing with; that I was just a county force sergeant, and her powerful friends at Scotland Yard could have me out of a job.'

    He stated: 'I asked her if she owned the Seventh Heaven escort agency. She claimed she did, and that it was perfectly legal.

    'I asked her if she provided the girls in the knowledge they were providing sexual services.

    'She stated that everyone knew what escort girls did, and that it was accepted that they would provide whatever service was required.'

    In other words, Nisha Patel admitted a criminal offence - that of living off
    immoral earnings. She was a pimp.

    Sgt Eden stated: 'In my entire (22-year) service as a police officer, I do not recall anyone making an impression upon me in the way Nisha Patel had done so.

    'She was very confident of her position, and openly aggressive in the apparent assurance that her alleged highpowered friends at New Scotland Yard would protect her and her actions.'

    He told Nisha he suspected her of abusing the police national computer for her own gain and running a 'questionable' business. He told her he would report her.

    Deeply troubled by the incident, Sgt Eden immediately notified his force's disciplinary department, which redirected him to the Met.

    There, he was advised that it was a matter for the Area Professional Standards Dept and transferred him to Wembley Police Station.

    'I fully explained the incident and my concerns about Nisha Patel to a female officer/employee.

    'At her request, I compiled and dispatched a report of the incident. Following this action, I had no further contact with the Metropolitan Police Professional Standards Department or Nisha Patel.'

    In other words, nothing seems to have been done. "


    And net result of that and everything else?

    " Met spokesman said last night: 'Following a Department of Professional Standards investigation, no criminality was identified, and the most appropriate way of dealing with what had happened was for her to get a formal verbal warning from local management.'

    This cuts little ice with the detective who investigated her death.

    'Normal cops can be punished with a fine or loss of pay or a reduction in rank. It didn't happen in her case because she was a special. They are volunteers, so they can't be fined.

    'The only discipline for them is dismissal, and as far as the Met was concerned, Nisha was Asian and a woman.

    'I can see the corruption allegations may be considered dynamite, but the Met doesn't want that. Politically, they would prefer to leave it as it is - that she was a brave officer, etc.' "


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  5. I find the chances of a Sgt with 22 years in being faced down by a Special highly unlikely. But it does sound like this woman may have used her connection to the Met as a tool in her and her husband's business dealings, and I can quite believe that she was more use to the Met as a symbol of ethnic-minortiy representation than she was a risk to them if she was allowed to join. It's symptomatic of what a PC-shambles this country has become.
     
  6. I find the chances of a Sgt with 22 years in being faced down by a Special highly unlikely. But it does sound like this woman may have used her connection to the Met as a tool in her and her husband's business dealings, and I can quite believe that she was more use to the Met as a symbol of ethnic-minortiy representation than she was a risk to them if she was allowed to join. It's symptomatic of what a PC-shambles this country has become.
     
  7. she was a special so not exactly part of the flying squad.
    but even so :roll:
    5th queens managed to get rid of "two skinheads who turned wanting weapons training for the coming race war" did help useless fucks couldn't pass a bft :D
    you'd expect the met to be able to figure out running an escort company and being a special constable not on.
    mind you didn't it fold got too be pretty crap not to make cash from a brothel mind you if they took cheques :roll:
     
  8. She and her hubby were criminals of the lowest order. She's been murdered by those within her own criminal underworld and he's locked up. Seems like everything is in perfect order here, case closed. Two less cnuts on the street.
     
  9. Seconded.

    NHI = No Humans Involved. :twisted:
     
  10. If the Herts Sgt's evidence is true,then it shows that MPS and other forces,are still full of seniors for whom everything is worth sacrificing for the god PC!
     
  11. ...... while protecting ones own career and pension let's not forget......
     
  12. Nothing new. In SA armed robberies are often committed using service weapons rented to the crims by serving police officers, or in exchange for a cut of the goodies. In many cases police officers carry out the robberies themselves.

    We have a police force populated by illiterate incompetents without drivers licences who are unable to respond to a call but are great at warming a chair and eating their lunch. They're also very good at protesting for their rights and going on strike. All this in the name of AA. They play the system like a concert grand while delivering absolutely nothing of value.

    The few good guys are being weeded out or resigning in protest at the total lack of support for doing their jobs. Even the top cop is a known associate of criminals and criminal organisations. The only independant investigative unit that is actually getting results is being disbanded as they're pulling in too many govt officials and top cabinet members. They arrested the commissioner of police because of his criminal ties despite govt interference and pressure to stop them. Their days are numbered because they don't succumb to govt corruption but instead root it out and expose it in court.

    Then people wonder why crime in SA is out of control....
     
  13. No it's probably, sadly, true. Who wants the hassle of being investigated for a full house and being reported for being a racist and a sexist for picking on one of the mets "untouchables"?

    Regardless of how spurious the accusation made by this woman would be you just know said PS would have to endure the hassle of an investigation and if she was as "warm" as the papers suggest she probably wouldn't think twice of getting her bent hubby and his heavies to corroborate her story.

    I think the PS acted correctly, saved himself the hassle and went direct to the metz who appear to have swept it under the carpet, though I dare say we'll never know the full story of this.
     
  14. It seems to me that the good sergeant had more than enough to arrest her on the spot and I wonder why he didn't. (see bold type above) Had she been arrested and interviewed then I doubt very much if the whole thing could have been written off in quite such a casual manner
     
  15. msr

    msr LE

    I trust you have raised this with the powers that be?

    msr