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Friday, 21 September 2018
Amusing that the false accusers in the recent debacle seem to have bought GUILTY - my book about the case.

Thus contributing a large amount (£5) to my dwindling coffers.

Police use of false accusers - or people prepared to exaggerate the details of any meeting - is a fascinating area of investigation. Surrey Police contacted literally hundreds of people from all the address books, letters, E Mails and so on seized in the illegal search of my property (warrant obtained through lies - see the Redknapp case - Google it).

Many were outraged and contacted me to complain (and were never disclosed as victims of calls made to them - one of our "failures to disclose" points - police are meant to reveal every single call.

Some I had not heard from since school days. Men in their 70s, disgusted by police behaviour.

A tiny percentage agreed to make claims of some kind of sexual contact - untrue in every case; for me blatant Conspiracy To Pervert The Course Of Justice by both police and false accusers.

But some also came through because of publicity - either regarding arrest, court appearances, other cases or even on social media.

I think, when police are aware of unsolved crimes by these people, and they deliberately not only fail to prosecute the criminals but hide the information as it may harm the prosecution argument, they are - again - conspiring to pervert the course of justice.

Child rapist? Who cares? Sex at 14? Who cares? Fraud in business? Who cares? Contradicting their statements? Who cares? Colluding with friends in order to get witnesses in return for cash after compensation? Who cares?

By encouraging and grooming these people, police are training criminals to break the law - whilst doing the same themselves. You couldn't make it up.

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