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Appeal against the Metropolitan Police’s Directorate of Professional Standards’
report into how Bexleyheath police contrived to delay and eventually
thoroughly compromise their investigation into the obscenities found on Cabinet
Member Peter Craske’s laptop must be submitted within the next two weeks.
The report took 2,000 days to compile, most of it in the last 500, and in 15 pages records a litany of failure by Bexleyheath police. Mistakes, inaction, snubbing Crown Prosecution Service advice and incompetence galore. Not to mention not even looking down any avenue that might lead to an embarrassing conclusion.
Compiling all the counter-arguments into a logical and readable form is not an easy task and the next three days have been set aside to do little else.
Unless something that can be reported within just a few minutes comes along, you will see nothing much here until Monday.