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#172491
The Mail is really onto the False Allegations Industry 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Can those Conspiring to Pervert get away with it?

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5365145...idland-promoted.html
 
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#172493
Re:The Mail is really onto the False Allegations Industry 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Mrs Tudway has been promoted while under investigation for allegedly misleading a judge into granting search warrants to raid the homes of suspects named by Nick.

Police really do not bother what Judges say or feel these days - especially when the media was on their side.
 
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Jo

Re:The Mail is really onto the False Allegations Industry 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Is their real concern false allegations or the fact that Tories were accused while the BBC and Labour MPs stoked the flames? Have they done anything to question the Savile allegations since they, or maybe it was the Mail on Sunday, published those articles about Fiona's fake letter and Savile's grand-niece being investigated for fraud and did they question Operation Yewtree? They did an article about "paedophile Rolf Harris" only last month. I'm not convinced and suspect their apparent truth-seeking is politically motivated.
 
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Misa

Re:The Mail is really onto the False Allegations Industry 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I doubt they care one way or the other, Jo. They've been quite happy to play both sides. For every David Rose article there were ten playing up the evily evilness of JS, Rolf or whoever. They seem pretty shrewd about knowing what people want to read, which is after all their business, so we can take some hope from their current focus on false aligations, on that basis...but needn't get too concerned about truth.
 
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Re:The Mail is really onto the False Allegations Industry 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I've always said - their only concern is - "Is it a good story?". Has always been thus. One reason why I had no complaints about my treatment 18 years ago. It was police and CPS I complained about.
 
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Re:The Mail is really onto the False Allegations Industry 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
It is of course right that, until the breach is confirmed or proven wrong, an allegation should not derail this woman's career. But her promotion illustrates the official police position - even if found guilty of lying to a Judge under oath, it is not considered a serious breach. Don't Judges (apart from Henriques) reject that opinion?
 
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hedda

Re:The Mail is really onto the False Allegations Industry 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Jo wrote:
Is their real concern false allegations or the fact that Tories were accused while the BBC and Labour MPs stoked the flames? Have they done anything to question the Savile allegations since they, or maybe it was the Mail on Sunday, published those articles about Fiona's fake letter and Savile's grand-niece being investigated for fraud and did they question Operation Yewtree? They did an article about "paedophile Rolf Harris" only last month. I'm not convinced and suspect their apparent truth-seeking is politically motivated.

The atrocious Tom Watson MP has seemingly escaped unscathed but perhaps something will emerge in various court cases.

I've pondered why Jeremy Corbyn would want Watson as Deputy Leader as he is Blaritite through and through but I think it's a case of keeping your enemies close.
 
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Re:The Mail is really onto the False Allegations Industry 8 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Sadly Hedda Jeremy was forced into Watson as the Fat Toad won the vote for Deputy; Given choice, McDonnell would be Deputy as well as Shadow Chancellor.
 
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