A Facebook group that was created to fight police corruption has now hit 35,000 members, a number that is of some embarrassment to Lancashire police as they paid the Facebook group founder, £35,000 in compensation for their corruption and misconduct towards him.
Now this victim of Lancashire police has built a group of members that is rapidly growing.
Lancashire police recently paid the same victim a further £11,250 for a data breach against a child!
The child was only 13 years only and Lancashire police provided the child personal information to a Police Informant (Paul Turner from Skelmersdale), who went on to publish this on the internet. Neither Turner nor the cop was ever held to account, yet Lancashire police paid £11,250 out of public money to make this ‘go away’. This will never go away.
Ironically, in a secret recording, a Lancashire Superintendant admitted that they ‘fucked up‘ and that Paul Turner should have been prosecuted. This is an admission by a senior Lancashire constable that they FAILED to protect a victim of crime. This is also being progressed via a civil claim for a breach of Article 3 of the Human Rights Act.
The Facebook group (and this website) are part of a campaign against police corruption and we intend to strike at the upper ranks that defend and protect those officers from their corrupt practices.
Lancashire police went on to seek a restraining order, stopping the man from blogging any of their names, using public money to the tune of almost £40,000 to achieve this. They were desperate to protect their officers some caught committing criminal offences or misconduct.
Rather than hold them to account, they sought a gagging order.
They may silence a single man, but they will not silence 35,000+ group or people who want answers…
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