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Britain's top police chief: Sir Ian Blair - a corrupt liar?



How Ian Blair's friend won Scotland Yard contract despite 'three times dearer' bid (25 July 2008)
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1038740/How-Ian-Blairs-friend-won-Scotland-Yard-contract-despite-times-dearer-bid.html

Missing £6m may be finish of Blair (11 November 2007)
Credit card fraud probe at Met rocks scandal-hit chief
http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/1111_blair.shtml

Scotland Yard chief Sir Ian Blair faces race discrimination claim by senior colleague (25 June 2008)
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/2194562/Scotland-Yard-chief-Sir-Ian-Blair-faces-race-discrimination-claim-by-senior-colleague.html

UK police chief has lunch with prime suspect Lord Levy (8 March 2007)
http://www.theinsider.org/news/article.asp?id=2435
    The Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Ian Blair, was seen "deep in conversation" at an unofficial meeting with Lord Levy, the prime suspect in an ongoing criminal investigation into government corruption. The meeting took place during a private lunch arranged by a Jewish charity advertised as a "Jewish defence organisation". Many people are extremely uncomfortable with the news that Britain's top police officer is having special off-the-record discussions with a man he is supposed to be investigating for corruption, especially when that man is a multi-millionaire Jewish businessman, linked to the Israeli regime, with the power to grant prestigious honours and titles, and is privately referred to as "Lord Cashpoint".
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Sir Ian Blair's siege mystery (30 March 2008)
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-445564/Sir-Ian-Blairs-siege-mystery.html
    Sir Ian Blair has been accused of exaggerating his role in a notorious IRA shoot-out in the 1970s in a desperate attempt to improve his image.
    The beleaguered Scotland Yard Commissioner is alleged to have 'gilded the lily' to display his credentials as a 'copper's copper'.
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Lawrence murder case 'smelled of corruption' (26 July 2006)
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2006/jul/26/race.lawrence

Met inquiry piles pressure on Sir Ian Blair (13 November 2007)
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1569100/Met-inquiry-piles-pressure-on-Sir-Ian-Blair.html

Yard probe over £1million in stolen expenses (11 November 2007)
http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23420574-details/Yard+probe+over+%C2%A31million+in+stolen+expenses/article.do

Met Chief faces Asian officer's 'dossier of discrimination' (20 June 2008)
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1030420/Met-Chief-faces-Asian-officers-dossier-discrimination.html

UK's top police chief doesn't trust the government, 13 March 2006.
http://www.theinsider.org/news/article.asp?id=1912
    Sir Ian Blair, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, has provoked Government anger after being caught secretly taping a private telephone conversation with the Attorney General.
    Lord Goldsmith [the Jewish Zionist millionaire appointed as the government's official lawyer, who attends cabinet meetings and has the power to select control Judges] was incensed over the breach of trust which, coincidentally, came as the men discussed whether the law could be changed to enable the use of bugged telephone calls in court cases.
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British secret police caught faking records in Menezes shooting cover-up (30 January 2006)
http://www.theinsider.org/news/article.asp?id=1825
    The family of Jean Charles de Menezes, the innocent Brazilian shot dead by police at Stockwell Tube station last July, have demanded a public inquiry into his death following allegations that Special Branch officers changed vital evidence in an attempt to cover up fatal blunders in the case.
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    An undercover surveillance team altered an official log to hide the fact that they had wrongly identified Mr Menezes as a suspect in the failed July 21 bombings in London, according to a leaked copy of the official report into the shooting.
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    The alleged changes were [supposedly] made 14 hours before Sir Ian Blair, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner [also a former Special Branch officer], was told that the dead man was the victim of a tragic case of mistaken identity. The surveillance team has reportedly denied changing the log ...
    Asad Rehman, who represents the family, said: "From the family's perspective this is just one more in a long line of lies and deception. It makes them more adamant to learn how and why he died. The only way that can be done is by a full public inquiry."
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Sir Ian Blair facing conduct inquiry over Menezes (28 November 2005)
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/article597542.ece?token=null&offset=0&page=1
    The Menezes Family Campaign said in a statement that: "Sir Ian Blair, as head of the Metropolitan Police, bears ultimate responsibility for the Menezes killing and that he deliberately tried to cover up what really happened after Jean’s death."
    Patricia da Silva Armarni, Jean’s cousin who shared a flat with him in London, said: "The pain of the loss of our cousin at the hands of the police was immense. But the fact that the police lied about what happened and tried to cover up the truth made our pain unbearable."
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Met chief tried to stop shooting inquiry (28 August 2005)
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2005/aug/18/menezes.july7
    Britain's top police officer, the Scotland Yard commissioner Sir Ian Blair, attempted to stop an independent external investigation into the shooting of a young Brazilian mistaken for a suicide bomber, it emerged yesterday.
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London bombing story is being stretched out (8 July 2005)
http://www.theinsider.org/news/article.asp?id=1363
    The mass media is being drip-fed information by the police, creating a death toll that rises slowly day-by-day. The government told hospitals to refer people looking for missing loved-ones to a central telephone help line, but the helpline is not able to tell people whether or not missing persons are safely in hospital or not. As a result many people are experiencing prolonged anguish, and the mass media is reporting their stories. In the tabloids for the next few weeks there will be a new harrowing story every day.
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London police knew terror raid 'intelligence' was bogus (11 June 2006)
http://www.theinsider.org/news/article.asp?id=2019
  The British regime claims a Muslim man was shot because the police believed the public were at risk from a "chemical" weapon. In reality, internal documents show that the police did not believe accusations made by British agents against the two men, who were shot at and arrested then quietly set free without charge a few days later, but government officials intervened to overrule concerns expressed by police officers. Neither the police nor the security services made any attempt whatsoever to evacuate anybody from the area before, during or after the "terror" raid.
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UK's top police chief doesn't trust the government (13 March 2006)
http://www.theinsider.org/news/article.asp?id=1912
    Sir Ian Blair, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, has provoked Government anger after being caught secretly taping a private telephone conversation with the Attorney General.
    Lord Goldsmith [the Jewish Zionist millionaire appointed as the government's official lawyer, who attends cabinet meetings and has the power to select control Judges] was incensed over the breach of trust which, coincidentally, came as the men discussed whether the law could be changed to enable the use of bugged telephone calls in court cases.
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Ian Blair admits he misled MPs over terror threat, 4 May 2008
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article3868062.ece
    SIR Ian Blair has admitted misleading MPs by overstating the gravity of the terror threat to Britain.
    The gaffe-prone Metropolitan police commissioner said he had been forced to clarify his claims about the number of serious terrorist plots Britain had faced since 2005.
    Blair gave evidence to MPs in support of 42-day detention, stating to a Commons committee that police had disrupted “something like 12” serious terrorist plots since the 2005 London bombings. However, Scotland Yard now accepts that the true number is six. The Met chief gave his testimony on April 22 to a committee scrutinising the government’s counter-terrorism bill. One of his deputies who accompanied him said 15 plots had been foiled since the London bombings, prompting banner headlines.
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'Sir Ian Blair says they got out of the car and started firing at us ... They didn't fire at him! (30 March 2008)
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2007/mar/30/iankatz.uknews4
    'The chief's constable's memories of his role in a car chase and shoot-out with four IRA men on the streets of London have been questioned by his fellow officers in the latest episode of his torrid time as head of the Met
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UK authorities drug-trafficking and money-laundering (29 Juluy 2003)
http://www.theinsider.org/news/article.asp?id=0393


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