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victim's letter calls for Cressida Dick's resignation
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hedda

victim's letter calls for Cressida Dick's resignation 2 Weeks, 5 Days ago  
I have enormous sympathy for this group of falsely accused.

Also for those like our esteemed JK who I believe was stitched up.

And a third category..the 100s, possibly 1000s of victims convicted on lies who don't have the resources, will or ability to fight for their innocence.

We were brought up to believe in the sanctity and fairness of British Law and it does serve us well but corruption rots from the head down ( as the little old Jewish gent drummed into my head when he gave me my first job at 18)

EXCLUSIVE: Victims of Met Police corruption, incompetence and malpractice from Doreen Lawrence to Lady Brittan and Paul Gambaccini pen landmark letter telling Boris Johnson to ditch disaster-prone Commissioner Cressida Dick NOW

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9971255...h-Cressida-Dick.html
 
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hedda

Re:victim's letter calls for Cressida Dick's resignation 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago  
I know we have criticized Gambo on here for his jimmy Savile claims..but in the real world he should have been able to say that without the problems that followed.

The fact is he put his head up above the parapet and became a victim..no matter what he said..for or against Savile he would have still been attacked.

personal observation: Nicholas Brammal has the most magnificent mane of hair in Britain !

## The attacks on Lord Brammal sum up the dreadful insanity of this entire episode..a noted War Hero but none of it mattered

### I'm so fond of Baroness Lawrence.. from humble beginnings and terrible tragedy that blighted her life (and admittedly, the Mall assisted..when it's good it's very good) , but a shining example of how such a person can be acknowledged and become peer in GB.

 
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