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I told of some life experiences NOT OPINIONS. Therefore you ARGUING about whether or not they happened is harassment.
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Yep, because we have the power to shut you down and silence you. After all, we have been suppressing your speech from the beginning. Oh, wait, ...no we didn't.
Get over yourself.
One corrupt detective chief inspector who was identified by Tiberius sold his car to a known criminal, who was also a protected informant. The deal had been arranged by another corrupt officer – the informant’s handler – who was identified by Tiberius as “raping, blackmailing and encouraging the informant to facilitate the importation of heroin”.
The report does not identify any action taken by the Met against the serving officer for his behaviour.
The trial of a man who was charged with drug trafficking offences collapsed after the disappearance of two crucial surveillance logs which, the report claims, were removed by two detective sergeants. Tiberius said each defendant “paid £15,000 into a fund to pay for the police officers to destroy the logs”.
Analysis of phone records by Tiberius showed contact between one of the detective sergeants and a named former detective superintendent – who was in charge of the original anti-corruption investigation into the missing logs.
Colluding with criminals
On another occasion, when detectives raided the home of a “high-echelon criminal” believed by police to be involved in the “importation and distribution of controlled drugs” in east London, they found a five-page computerised printout that, it is claimed, indicated two serving Met police officers were in his pay.
During the inquiry, an investigating officer was approached by a corrupt colleague who had worked out the target and told him not to pursue the suspected drug dealer as he was a “nice fella” and was expecting a big “security contract”. He stated: “If you don’t touch him he’ll help you.”
One year later Essex Police began a separate inquiry into the same suspected drug dealer after receiving intelligence that he was importing drugs and distributing them in nightclubs. The investigation began examining the stabbing of a man at a club in February 2001 – an attack that was thought to be linked to the alleged drug dealer.
According to the report, the same corrupt police officer then called the investigating Essex officer, who recalled: “He told me that bad people go to the club and asked if I knew who they were.”
Tiberius noted the corrupt police officer also had an “ongoing sexual relationship with a female drug supplier” and was accessing police intelligence on her behalf.
Exactly what are we denying? Show me the report and then we can discuss it. Oh, wait, its not out yet. All we have is the "leaked" information.
Operation Tiberius. This is a case study from the Scotland Yard investigations that 'freemasons' on this thread are denying.
A thread of ''Is ATS a front / pawn for 'freemasons' or ignorant of REAL CORRUPTION'' .
I told an experience that happened to me.
If you don't believe it fine, I couldn't care less for your opinions, however accusing me of lying continuously on a forum is harassment.
To whoever's else doesn't believe, leaked document in this instance are REAL documents by Scotland Yard, LEAKED...
You aren't a mason just some person needing an ego fix and harassing others for saying things you don't like.
Those that joined for the 'charity work', not buying it, now or ever.
Thank you for the enquiry posted on the United Grand Lodge website yesterday (Sunday) afternoon. Unfortunately this was not picked up – and certainly not in the less than three hour window you gave us to respond.
It was, therefore, disappointing to read in the resulting articles that we “declined to comment last night” - which is not accurate.
The United Grand Lodge of England would like to make the following statement:
“The claim in the Independent newspaper that secret networks of Freemasons have been used by organised crime gangs to corrupt the criminal justice system is an allegation that United Grand Lodge of England completely refutes. The story refers to historic enquiries – Operation Tiberius and Project Riverside – which, we understand, closed years ago and neither the police nor the Serious Organised Crime Agency have ever contacted us with regard to any enquiries concerning these operations. United Grand Lodge of England has not seen copies of the reports to which the newspaper and the journalist, Tom Harper, refers.
United Grand Lodge of England welcomes and strongly urges total transparency in every aspect of such investigations and we would eagerly assist the relevant authorities with any enquiries if we are approached or if we know of any way that we can voluntarily do so.
Criminal activity is completely unacceptable within the organisation and totally alien to our values and any member found to be involved would instantly be removed.