Thursday, 21 July 2011

RT's Short History of UK Police Corruption - Relevant to the "Unexplained, yet Not Suspicious" !? Death of Journalist Sean Hoare

The whistleblower who exposed the News Of The World phone-hacking scandal has been found dead. Police are treating it as unexplained, but say at this stage there's no evidence of anything suspicious. The scandal has shaken the press, politicians and the police, having already taken down Britain's two top cops. As Laura Emmett reports, it's another blow to Britain's beleagured police force, after a string of high-profile errors in recent years.

The record shows that certain UK cops, those in positions of power, are untrustworthy. The recent resignations of the top cop and a deputy commissioner must be viewed suspiciously.

Do not expect to see the whole truth come out if the establishment is involved in the death of Mr Hoare. Presently the cops are investigating themselves in regard to the phone hacking scandal.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, July 21st, 2011.]

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