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Fingers are pointing at the CPS . While they the Crown Prosecution Service apparently have the right to dismiss the work of detectives , and to deny the linking of cases which would narrow the conspiritors into a targetable area . The CPS are reported to have dismissed a case brought to them by senior detectives which involved a parliamentiary politician and a member of the Royal Family in 2015 , on the grounds that it would pose a threat to national security . The CPS staff of up 3000 are reported to widely mistrust the management , currently Alison Saunders , plus Kevin McGinty of the CPS Inspectorate , her long term friend (cite Telegraph/ Guardian) and the current Attorney General (cite his name and face). It has been reported that the CPS also employ complicit lawyers , such that were a prosecution case have to be made , it could be made to fail if the correct lawyer was assigned it . Who can prosecute the corrupt from within the CPS ? Who can prosecute without the CPS ? Therefore , fingers remain pointing at them