Just Another Police Murder!


Posted by: Greg Lance-Watkins – Greg_L-W.


in view of the large number of police killings, none of which ever seem to lead to the killers being called to account as we see from the murderer of Charles de Menenez who was not only never put before a Court for his killing of a totally innocent man who he ececuted whilst he was held down by his co conspirators in the murder but was sent on holiday, with his family, at public expense and subsequently once again armed to risk yet another street execution!

Or perhaps consider the officer in command during the murder of Charles de Menenez was Cressida Dick, who was the officer who issued the instruction to kill him she was relatively rapidly promoted!

Considert the facts behind the execution of Mark Duggan CLICK HERE and now merely a day or two later we have the decision made that a technical charge will be made by the HSE against Manchester’s Chief Constable ducking the issue of the fact that the killer seems never to face a court for his murder!

Consider the article I wrote & distributed only yesterday with regard to the Mark Duggan execution:


Clearly many will support a police state and poorly led and badly trained death squads as a means of control.

Morality is often a matter of the propaganda to which one is exposed, as is being displayed in Egypt today in their elections where the people have actually been duped and bullied into actually voting for an undemocratic military state.

Similarly we see that there are those who can be duped, propagandised, bribed or bullied into surrendering democracy entirely and destroying their own country’s sovereignty and decision making in favour of the evils of membership of the supranational and corrupt EU.

Similarly there are those who all too willingly surrender the basic tennets of morality and justice and are willing to surrender the ethical concept of ‘innocent until proven guilty’ and the concept of fair trial for ‘guilty without trial’ and summary executions in the streets by government enforcers – no doubt the same people who willingly surrender the decency and fundamental right of Euthenasia for enforced suffering and prolonged and unwanted misery before death.

Or the denial of the rights of women with regard to their own bodies and denial of abortion.

All tending to be based upon bronze age superstitions but with the added barbarism of street execution of alleged and unproven crimes by salaried executioners.

What next? Witch trials to go with witch hunts =- though come to think of it theuy are enshrined in law as displayed by Lord Levison’s inquiry and, random stop and search and the rousting of groups based on colour or basic superstitions.

I contend Mark Duggan was murdered without any moral or legal justification of merit or gravitas.



Consider the press report related to the killing of Anthony Grainger:

Anthony Grainger shooting: Greater Manchester Police chief constable Sir Peter Fahy to be charged

16 Jan 2014 11:14

The 36-year-old was shot and killed by a GMP officer on March 3 2012 during a planned operation to arrest a group of men on suspicion of conspiracy to commit armed robbery.

Anthony Grainger
Anthony Grainger

Greater Manchester Police’s chief constable Sir Peter Fahy will be charged over the death of Salford father Anthony Grainger.

The 36-year-old was shot and killed by a GMP officer on March 3 2012 during a planned operation to arrest a group of men on suspicion of conspiracy to commit armed robbery.

The Crown Prosecution Service said Mr Fahy is accused of failing to discharge a duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act as he is “corporation sole” for the force, the Crown Prosecution Service said.

This is a legal status and means that he does not share criminal liability or will personally have to appear in court.

Cousin of Anthony Grainger ‘disgusted’ at decision not to charge firearms officer 

Mr Grainger was shot dead by officers from Greater Manchester Police after his car was stopped as part of a planned operation in Culcheth, Cheshire, in March 2012.

It later emerged that the unarmed father of two had earlier been wrongly suspected of stealing a memory stick containing the names of police informants.

In July this year the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) confirmed that it had finished an investigation of the incident and passed a file to prosecutors.

The CPS today issued a statement that said “after careful consideration of all the evidence in this case, that there is sufficient evidence to prove that Greater Manchester Police breached the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act by failing to ensure that unnecessary risk to the suspects was avoided. It is alleged that an unnecessary exposure to risk was caused by serious deficiencies in the preparation for the police operation.”

The first hearing will take place on February 10 at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.

The firearms officer who pulled the trigger will not face any charges, the CPS confirmed.

Alison Saunders, the Director of Public Prosecutions, said: “We have completed our review of the evidence provided by the Independent Police Complaints Commission in relation to the death of Anthony Grainger. After careful consideration we have decided that the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police, Sir Peter Fahy, should be prosecuted as a corporation sole for failing to discharge a duty under the Health and Safety at Work Act.

“In addition to every employer’s responsibility towards their employees, the law also imposes a duty to ensure that work is carried out in a way that ensures, so far as is reasonably practicable, that persons outside of their employment are not exposed to risk. The chief officers of police forces are treated as employers for this purpose. It is alleged that there were serious deficiencies in the preparation for this operation that unnecessarily exposed individuals to risk.

“Criminal proceedings are active and the defendant has the right to a fair trial. It is extremely important that there should be no reporting, commentary or sharing of information online which could in any way prejudice these proceedings.”

If the conviction is successful, the force would face an unlimited fine.

Prosecutors decided the marksman who killed Mr Grainger should not face charges for murder, manslaughter or misconduct in public office because a jury would be likely to accept that he believed his actions were necessary.

The CPS said: “In the circumstances of this case, our assessment of the evidence is that a jury would accept that the officer did believe his actions were necessary and that the level of force used in response to the threat as he perceived it to be was proportionate.

“The basis for the officer’s belief in the necessity of his actions is relevant to the criminal proceedings under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act and it would be inappropriate to publish any further detail at this time.

“There is also insufficient evidence to prosecute the officer for gross negligence manslaughter or misconduct in public office. It would be inappropriate to explain these decisions in detail at this time for the same reason.”

GMP could not face a charge of corporate manslaughter because the force had no relevant duty of care towards Mr Grainger.

Deputy Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said: “Greater Manchester Police notes the decision of the Crown Prosecution Service to take no further action against any officer following the death of Anthony Grainger in March 2012.

“The Force also notes the decision of the Crown Prosecution Service to prosecute Greater Manchester Police for a breach of section 3 (1) of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

“Since Mr Grainger’s death 22 months ago, Greater Manchester Police has co-operated fully with the Independent Police Complaints Commission, the Crown Prosecution Service and HM Coroner. Our sympathies remain with Mr Grainger’s family and we deeply regret the loss that they have suffered.

“Mr Grainger’s family, and the officers involved, have had to wait a long time for this decision to be reached and we share the frustrations over those delays. However, we understand that it was vitally important that the investigation was carried out thoroughly to establish all the facts.

“Now that a charging decision has been made regarding the Force itself, it is equally important that these legal processes are allowed to take their course unimpeded in order to seek a resolution for both the family of Mr Grainger and the Force.

“The Independent Police Complaints Commission investigated this matter independently and we await the official publication of their report. This matter also remains the subject of a Coronial Inquest, so Greater Manchester Police is unable to make further comment at this time.”

To view the original of this article CLICK HERE



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