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Bonkers Blog February 2019

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14 February (Part 1) - Kent Police. Still intent on dodging every issue

Every so often my commitments pile up to the extent that something has to give. There is only me doing this blog and attending a Council meeting and then writing two, three or even four reports about that meeting can easily take ten or twelve hours. Is it worth it?

The web stats have always suggested that readers are mainly interested in scandal and dishonesty and Bexley Council is no longer a reliable source of either. For dishonesty and corruption one has to blog about the police but to do that justice would be a full time job.

My last email to the Chief Constable of Kent’s Staff Officer, Miss Sonya Gransden cc.staff.officer@kent.pnn.police.uk, was sent exactly a month ago and a reply is still awaited. It is very difficult to get any response from a corrupt police force and I am inclined to think there isn’t any other sort.

When family members have had a brother murdered on the orders of senior police officers in order to silence them it is very difficult to believe anything good of them at all and I make no effort do do so.

For someone who has never stepped outside the law even down to the level of parking, speeding or Bexley’s latest bête noire, littering, I sometimes shock myself at the degree of hatred I have for the police. I suspect I would never help them in any circumstances and hope not to have to put that to the test.

I am not alone with that thought as the video below confirms. It relates how some police officers think they are above the law and think they can libel anyone they don’t like with impunity.

Meanwhile BiB is going to have to take a back seat while I catch up with other things. Friends have dumped four computers on me this week which have all gone wrong together and there are the AWTA minutes to write and I cannot put them off much longer.

And there is an increasingly untidy house to sort out too.

Yes it is a blank white screen, but click the Play button anyway.


Source video.

 

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