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Patrick Cullinane: Corruption in the UK is out of control

12 Jan

I’ve met Patrick Cullinane on a number of occasions in Leeds and in London. Like Mauirce Kirk and Norman Scarth, he has suffered enormously at the hands of the police, the judiciary, the prison system and their medical shamans (see: http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2003/may/10/tax.scamsandfraud [2003-05-10]).

He is a genuine man of good character. He has constantly tried to expose the institutional corruption of The Parasites That Be.

In the following vid he gives an account of events to The House of Commons on 2009-04-23.

From: http://youtu.be/eFakScc9Z80

“This is a short video of the corruption at the Inland Revenue; who conspired with High Court ‘Judges’ and the Police to pervert the course of Justice. Trial by Jury is the ONLY answer to this Government’s Tyranny.”

In the following vid, Patrick gives further evidence:

From: http://youtu.be/xeI1xO4luPg

” This video exposes TWO Police Constables abusing Public Office and breaking the law in unison having shown them evidence of a criminal conspiracy against me; Patrick Cullinane by 13 High Court Gangster ‘Judges’ who ROBBED me of my home and possessions. Watch how these TWO Constables lie through their teeth and tell me that the ROBBERY of my HOME and POSSESSIONS is a CIVIL (sic) matter. “

His latest outing appears in comments of The Washington Post article “UK law-enforcement watchdog arrests ex-police officer in bribery, phone-hacking probe” (2012-01-10) (http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/britains-prime-minister-cameron-will-give-evidence-to-inquiry-into-media-ethics-if-asked/2012/01/10/gIQARGndnP_story.html):

” “and top U.K. police officers have resigned over their failure to tackle the problem.” 

Now the Daily Mail has revealed that the two most senior U.K. police officers received substantial pay-offs, after resigning, for their abuse of public office to cover-up the phone-hacking scandal: –  

Daily Mail: By Chris Greenwood on 7th January 2012 
Yard chiefs who quit over phone hacking ‘are given £500,000 in secret cash pay outs’.
Two of Britain’s most senior police officers pocketed substantial pay-offs after resigning over the phone-hacking scandal, the Daily Mail can reveal.  
Former Scotland Yard Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson and his colleague John Yates are thought to have received up to £500,000 between them.  
The cash was handed out after the pair signed gagging orders which bar them from suing the Metropolitan Police or speaking about their treatment. 
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2083276/Sc…  

The UK is the most CORRUPT country in the world, where its People cannot get due process in courts of law and justice: – 

Patrick Cullinane’s address in the House of Commons on 23 April 2009 
“This is a short video of the corruption at the Inland Revenue; who conspired with High Court ‘Judges’ and the Police to pervert the course of Justice. Trial by Jury is the ONLY answer to this Government’s Tyranny.” 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFakScc9Z80  

The corruption in the UK is out of control, nothing works; therefore, we need immediate help from the outside world to restore the rule of law and justice. “

The aforementioned Daily Mail article reads thus (2012-01-07) (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2083276/Scotland-Yard-chiefs-quit-phone-hacking-given-500k-secret-cash-pay-outs.html):

Yard chiefs who quit over phone hacking ‘are given £500,000 in secret cash pay outs’

By Chris Greenwood, Last updated at 8:59 AM on 7th January 2012

Two of Britain’s most senior police officers pocketed substantial pay-offs after resigning over the phone-hacking scandal, the Daily Mail can reveal.

Former Scotland Yard Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson and his colleague John Yates are thought to have received up to £500,000 between them.

The cash was handed out after the pair signed gagging orders which bar them from suing the Metropolitan Police or speaking about their treatment.

Judas Paul Stephenson

Judas John Yates

Ex-Met chief Sir Paul Stephenson and former anti-terror boss John Yates have signed gagging orders

The exact size of the payments, at a time of savage cuts to police budgets, was a closely guarded secret.

But speculation was mounting that the total cost to the taxpayer, including fees racked up during weeks of legal wrangling, could be as much as half a million pounds.

The pay-offs underline how the scandal plunged the Met leadership into chaos amid a flurry of revelations about their close links to News International.

The force is now braced for further criticism after the Audit Commission, a public spending watchdog, ordered a review of how the pay-offs were agreed.

Critics highlighted how both officers appeared to have been handsomely rewarded despite choosing to leave as a result of their own failings.

But supporters said the payments reflected the shambolic way in which they were treated as the force’s political leaders panicked.

Jenny Jones, a member of the MPA, said the payments were ‘completely wrong’.

She added: ‘When people resign they should just go, there is no question of a severance package or settlement deal.

‘They went because of their mistakes and should accept that. ‘It is wrong for any public organisation to be so secretive about something that is in the public interest and involves public money.’

The payments were agreed by lawyers at the soon-to-be-abolished MPA, which is a separate organisation from the Met. At first officials there insisted that as both officers made a ‘personal decision’ to resign they were entitled only to their pensions.

But after being confronted with evidence of ‘termination payments’ by the Mail, they were forced to admit money had been paid.

The MPA refused to reveal how much the deals were worth but said the amount will be published in its annual accounts later this year.

Sir Paul, who earned £276,000 a year, resigned after admitting taking a £12,000 five-week freebie at a luxury health spa while he recovered from a cancer scare.

Difficult questions were raised after it emerged that the spa was promoted by former News of the World executive and hacking suspect Neil Wallis.

Mr Wallis was also hired as a consultant by the Met’s communications director, who remains on ‘extended leave’ over the £24,000 contract.

Mr Yates resigned from his post as Britain’s top anti-terrorism officer, with a £200,000 salary, several weeks later. He admitted being a close friend of Mr Wallis amid claims he improperly helped to secure a civilian job for the journalist’s 27-year-old daughter at Scotland Yard. Both officers were later cleared of any misconduct after an inquiry by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

Mr Yates is now preparing to move to Bahrain where he will advise the Government on police reform.

A Metropolitan Police Authority spokesman said: ‘Both Sir Paul Stephenson and John Yates signed compromise agreements at the request of the Authority to prevent any future disputes.

‘Payments made and recorded in those compromise agreements were based on their contractual entitlements.’

Sir Paul and Mr Yates declined to comment.

A Met spokesman said: ‘This is entirely a matter for the Police Authority.’

My message to collaborators of TPTB:

Once your usefulness to your masters has ended and you’ve helped them completely enslave us, you will be next! Working from the inside, gather evidence. Pass it onto us. We will protect you. Will will look after you. Join us or be judged by us.

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8 responses to “Patrick Cullinane: Corruption in the UK is out of control

  1. David

    2012-01-12 at 17:32

    It’s going to take armed insurrection to sort the corruption across the whole of government and the executive, as well as the police and any other large organisation that recieves taxpayers money.

    Not that I’m advocating violence, of course…

    http://judasclass.net/

     
    • Michael Clarke

      2013-12-04 at 21:47

      My mother(73) & I am experiencing the exact same corruption http://www.opg.me please link us to your campaign we will do the same

       
    • Lou Lotus

      2014-01-07 at 14:07

      There is a more peaceful and loving way, just smile and wait until the old machine comes to a halt and is thrown on the scrap metal heap to be recycled into our new shining armour

       
  2. LILA

    2013-04-07 at 23:17

    I just don’t get it why you jump on those PCs? Have they done anything wrong to you in particular?

     
  3. sadiequinlan

    2013-09-02 at 20:22

    well done Patrick, you spoke so well in the house of commons. I am honoured to know you & even more grateful to have you in my corner xx sadie

     
  4. sandie

    2014-05-29 at 17:18

    Well done Patrick my foot, he was not in the house of commons, he was standing in front of a house of commons prop…

     
  5. Kelli

    2017-05-18 at 08:57

    This was so helpful and easy! Do you have any arietlcs on rehab?

     

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