October 02, 2019
Thanks to feinmann0!
“A report found 415 complaints under ‘abuse of position for sexual purposes’
Suspects, victims of crime, children and witnesses are among those exploited
Comes after rapist Ian Naude preyed on his 13-year-old victim while a police constable in Cheshire
Hundreds of police officers have been accused of exploiting crime victims for sex by pretending to be ‘knights in shining armour.’
A total of 415 allegations have been made against officers for ‘abusing their position for a sexual purpose’ in three years, HM Inspectorate of Constabulary said.
Suspects, victims of crime, children, witnesses and vulnerable people are some of those who were exploited.
COMMENT from SUBMITTER:
When a country creates an unaccountable police state, as it clearly has in the UK, there is no limit to their criminality. The topic above is just one tip of a huge iceberg being uncovered. A second, larger chunk, is the police-enabled false allegations industry. The Daily Mail appears to be the only newspaper making some sort of effort to do the uncovering.”
What is the best way for an actual predator to evade the law?…
…It’s to become the exact person, responsible for enforcing the law in their area.
They can always fail to open an investigation on themselves.
If nothing happens at the early levels…nothing ultimately happens.
I’ve mentioned this a few times over the years, and it recurrently shows to be true…
…there are strong parallels between the mind of a criminal, and the mind of a cop…particularly the authoritarian type of cop.
They are both social bullies…and often a criminal could have become a cop, or a cop could have become a criminal.
This is a well established point of fact.
Yes…of course…”not all cops”…
But it’s still something social science has made clear.
Date: October 02, 2019
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