readers’ emails was one which suggested I might be entirely mistaken in my belief that the police were
four months late in responding to my Subject Access
Request because they had run out of black marker pens with which to redact
practically everything. The suggestion was that something close to the reverse
might be true; that there is almost nothing to redact.
Given that my contact with the police has been confined to that engineered by the criminals within Bexley council, the only things which can be linked to my name are Teresa O’Neill’s discredited (by the IPCC) harassment complaint and the obscenities uploaded to the web from councillor Peter Craske’s phone line.
According to Bexleyheath police in December last year, the investigation into the latter under Chief Superintendent Victor Olisa produced one of the largest files ever seen in Arnsberg Way until “political interference” brought his investigation to a premature end. However the earlier investigation under Chief Superintendent Dave Stringer was almost certainly a sham.
He tried to end it early offering excuses that did not stand up to scrutiny. FOIs were declared to be not in the public interest and a complaint to Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe resulted in a complete whitewash for every useless police officer involved. We know it was an apology for an investigation because the Independent Police Complaints Commission confirmed it and ordered it to be done again.
So the suggestion is that my Subject Access Request will reveal a gaping hole from June 2011 to March 2012 and demonstrate for all to see that Bexleyheath police attempted to bury the crime committed by their council friends. Maybe that’s why the SAR is so late. Why didn’t I think of that?