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Bent cops 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago  
When I told people Surrey Police lied to a judge to obtain a search warrant in 2015 saying a friend's Housing Authority flat was owned by me according to the Land Registry, they could not believe it. God bless Sir Richard Henriques. Bent cops. Thank heavens for a decent, honest Judge (HHJ Taylor) or I'd be in prison today.
 
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Barney

Re:Bent cops 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Extraordinary - not least because the Land Registry was opened to the public, 10 years earlier!

In 1995 - so that a basic internet search would have quickly verified the true ownership.

Surely the warrant wasn't issued, therefore?

And the judge made this simple (takes only a few seconds, literally) verification.


But to even attempt to obtain the warrant on a false statement - so easily verifiable as such - beggars belief...



 
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#191412
Re:Bent cops 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
My solicitor did exactly that and found within seconds that the property had always been (and still is) owned by the local Housing Authority. The lying, bent cops had even stated that the Land Registry said I'd bought it in 2009! When I reported this - and several other, even more serious - lies to the Chief Constable, he admitted them but said "the warrant would have been issued anyway". When I complained to incompetent PCC Munro he refused to order an investigation (and was later chastised by his cronies and bosses at Surrey County Council). He still refused (all this is on record in the local Surrey press and was one reason why Conservative councillors voted to throw him out next year). HHJTaylor was horrified and described Surrey Police behaviour as a "debacle". CCEphgrave jumped ship (to the Met on a lower salary). SurreyPolice are still investigating under the new CC Stephens. But this is just the least of the gross misconduct and possible criminal behaviour.
 
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#191414
Randall

Re:Bent cops 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
JK2006 wrote:
My solicitor did exactly that and found within seconds that the property had always been (and still is) owned by the local Housing Authority. The lying, bent cops had even stated that the Land Registry said I'd bought it in 2009! When I reported this - and several other, even more serious - lies to the Chief Constable, he admitted them but said "the warrant would have been issued anyway". When I complained to incompetent PCC Munro he refused to order an investigation... But this is just the least of the gross misconduct and possible criminal behaviour.

Only possibly criminal behaviour?? They've been caught red-handed and committed their easily provable lies to paper on documents of public record. Seems pretty open and shut to me.

Yet if you report such a clear breach and get told to sod off, what is one to do? Ignoring when it suits de-legitimises society. It also breaks the social contract between the government and the governed. If the cops won't obey the law prohibiting lying to a magistrate and illegally searching someone's home, then others might not feel obliged to obey the law prohibiting lynching those same cops. Dangerous stuff...
 
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#191415
Re:Bent cops 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Exactly my point Randall and just add this - would it be criminal behaviour if officers faked or forged a search warrant for a NatWest bank vault? Read all about it in GUILTY. I think that any Chief Constable or PCC or, indeed, independent organisation that failed fully to investigate such a possibility should not just be fired (with no pensions) but should be investigated for possibly attempting to pervert the course of justice. Remember HHJ Taylor condemned Surrey Police not JUST for "failure to disclose" but for persistently misleading the court.

Worst of all, if police contributed to - or caused - the deaths of three innocent people and failed to observe due process when informed of evidence of that?
 
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