Police Should Be Arrested For Withholding Evidence: Fact.
There should be no doubt that police withholding evidence from the public, as they do in most cases, should be an arrest able offence. There can be no excuse. Proven by centuries of it never working.
The case of the Nairn banker Alistair Wilson shot outside his home on Sunday 28th November 2004 is a perfect example.
There are details emerging now that the public never heard before. As always. This is blatant covering up of crime, as ever, to suit the government immoral line.
Do police believe that they have more right to investigate crime than the public, because if they do they are very much mistaken, and exceeding their importance to criminal degrees.
Police are a walking uniform to keep order on behalf of the public. No more than this.
I’d like to see crime trying to flourish under a single compulsory Church after it gets moral control under it’s wings. Not a chance. Power to Joe. Joe public.
That shooting was connected to the bank raid in Ireland a few days later. Probably was meant to launder some of the money? He’d left the bank.
Policing this way is madness. It’s simply organised criminals policing themselves as they see fit to. Placing the odds totally against the public and the victims.