Rosie Cooper, the MP for West Lancashire has been provided with evidence of corruption within Lancashire police.
In support, Rosie Cooper has now written a letter (below) demanding an urgent investigation into the alleged corruption by writing directly to the Lancashire Chief Constable, Andy Rhodes and also the Rt Hon, Secretary of State, Amber Rudd MP.
The corruption allegations include:
Lancashire police protecting a Skelmersdale police informant from prosecution after death threats were made to the wife and children of Mr Ponting. These threats by the informant were recorded and also witnessed by independent witnesses. yet rather than bring charges for threats to kill, Lancashire police simply gave the informant a simple harassment warning whereas recent death threats to Rosie Cooper has resulted in a large scale investigation and a criminal prosecution!
Lancashire police (intentionally) ‘botched’ an investigation into a serious arson attack at the home of Mr & Mrs Ponting. Police failed to secure the crime scene, failed to even have crime scene investigators attend for a month. They failed to collect CCTV then lied about it saying they tried to collect CCTV. All evidence is recorded of the lies. Then, after the police informant was named online as a possible suspect, Lancashire police say they are going to prosecute Mr Ponting with criminal harassment charges blaming him for naming the suspect, even though this was done by a random 3rd party on the Lancashire police Facebook wall.
Lancashire police failed to charge the Skelmersdale police informant with malicious communications when the informant went on to post grossly offensive material calling the innocent man a paedophile in an attempt to destroy his reputation and growing business. Police actually said this was “not a criminal offence“, yet West Midlands police brought charges and secured custodial sentence to a man who repeated what the Skelmersdale police informant had published! Another man is on trial, November 20th for the same vile attack, yet Lancashire police said it was not a criminal act…! why?
There of dozens of instances where Lancashire police have acted with malice and a vendetta to the victim simply because he ‘outed’ the Skelmersdale police informant when it became apparent that the informant was being allowed to pursue a criminal vendetta against his ex employer, simply because he was dismissed from his job.
The responses will be published on receipt.