goes to town on the latest idiocy from the 'We must have a 'diversity policy' for hiring, what could possibly go wrong?' police farce:
See, this is the point. An allegation of a 'historic' sex crime is enough to destroy a man's life, but when we have complaints made by the deceased and his family *at the time* combined with a suspect who's records are dodgier than the clocks at Honest Joe's Car Emporium, suddenly it turns out that you can't trust chicks.
In fact, it's worse than that. The unsupported testimony of Ms Loony-Pants was enough to threaten a man's liberty and have his reputation destroyed, but we're not even allowed to question whether someone who - based on her own testimony - is incapable of basic record keeping should really be employed as a police officer, let alone promoted.
Saw this in DM.
Thanks for link to a free-speech opinion article.
Reminiscent of chap murdered by neighbours who thought he was a kiddy fiddler, police ignored his pleas for help.
Khali-Khan should be sacked with no pension.
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