Monday, November 28, 2011

Army Intelligence Officer Makes Damning Allegations Against Corrupt Top Cops

Army Intelligence Officer Makes Damning Allegations Against Corrupt Top Cops

Former British Army Intelligence Officer Ian Hurst can cause more damage to the rotten Establishment than the rest of the witnesses at the Leveson Inquiry combined. That is not to disregard their evidence, simply to put matters into proper perspective.

Ian Hurst [pseudonym Martin Ingram] said at Leveson today that he has damning evidence to prove senior police officers at the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) conspired to conceal phone hacking from the public. Did the same thing happen with the tidal wave of media corruption in Operation Motorman buried by the Blair regime?

Judge Leveson appeared slightly startled at his statement and it was quickly decided to deal with the matter in Part Two of the inquiry. If Hurst intends to submit documents and other compelling evidence to prove top cops were corrupt and covered for newspaper phone hackers, will Part Two actually be allowed to take place?

If so, Part Two will most likely be held ‘in camera’ or behind closed doors. If that happens, the Leveson Inquiry will be left without a shred of credibility.

If anyone should know about police corruption at a senior level, it is Ian Hurst, former Force Research Unit operator. Given his profound experience and high-level contacts in the intelligence community, Ian Hurst could set the Leveson Inquiry on fire if he is allowed to dish the dirt in public.

Tonight, some very worried men and women are plotting and scheming to prevent that happening but Hurst is not the type of man to be bullied into silence. Unless of course, the Official Secrets Act is called on to keep him silent? The OSA covers a whole range of ‘sins’…

Providing Hurst sticks to police corruption and does not mention the fact that senior British Intelligence officers were also on the payroll of newspapers, particularly News International, there should be no need to enforce the OSA. More newsallianceuk

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