Truth Is Not A Good Career Move.

So, judge the current crop of police investigators on who they arrest and how far they go in the Met in the future.524163_10151510672574162_1237413071_n

Tasked with flushing out ­paedophiles preying on vulnerable youngsters at children’s homes, Detective Chief Inspector Clive Driscoll relished the challenge.

But the officer suddenly found himself booted off the case and put on a ­disciplinary after revealing ­politicians were named among the suspects.

At least one of the figures is understood to have been an MP.

And former Labour councillor Anna Tapsell claims she was visited by a police chief to “warn her off” after she raised concerns that detectives would not ­properly investigate allegations of ­paedophile activity in care homes.

Mr Driscoll launched his probe into child sex abuse claims in the South London borough of Lambeth in 1998.

But he claims Scotland Yard began meddling as soon as the politicians were named.

The Mirror


by | March 26, 2013 · 10:07 am

6 responses to “Truth Is Not A Good Career Move.

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  2. andy

    Truth is always treason in an empire of lies.
    This is truly disgusting and stating to get the feeling that the truth will never come out as the infiltration of deviants are to powerful. I guess we won’t be hearing about that mp that was ment to be arrested months ago.

    • Sabre

      Treason doth never prosper: what’s the reason? Why if it prosper, none dare call it treason.

      John Harrington

  3. Nobody

    Still no arrests of poliicians, and no mention of pedo politicians and senior beaurocrats by the lamestream, they’d all much rather talk about ‘celebrities’, baby bumps and bullshit.

  4. Principle3500

    I am Absolutely Right when I Say what a State of Evil this Country is

    Anyone who Conceals the Actions of the Evil Filth Scum who Abuse
    Children are just as Guilty as the Abusers Themselves