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PostSubject: Ex-detectives face ‘corruption’ probe    Fri Sep 09, 2011 4:32 am

FORMER West Yorkshire Police officers are to come under scrutiny for their actions in a “corrupt” investigation which derailed a major murder inquiry.


The YEP revealed in July how detectives took a key murder trial witness to a brothel, paid him cash and allowed him to take cannabis and heroin in their company during what Supreme Court judges said was a “shocking and disgraceful” conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

Supergrass and convicted robber Karl Chapman had sex with a policewoman, socialised at officers’ homes and visited pubs while in custody as police sought to secure his continued co-operation.

Chapman received special treatment because he was the main prosecution witness in the case of Paul Maxwell, who in June this year finally admitted murdering 85-year-old Joe Smales in Wakefield in 1996.
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PostSubject: Re: Ex-detectives face ‘corruption’ probe    Sat Sep 10, 2011 3:27 am

Do we not have anybody to trust to keep us safe now.This is shocking.

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PostSubject: Re: Ex-detectives face ‘corruption’ probe    Sun Sep 11, 2011 12:56 am

theres corruption everywhere
the thing is the police think they are immune to prosecution
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