Wednesday, April 10, 2013

BAD choice of words

"Arthur Allan Thomas, pardoned of the Crewe murders, has retaliated against a eulogy in which Deputy Police Commissioner Mike Bush described officer as having "integrity beyond reproach.."

For those who don't know-

"A Royal Commission of Inquiry in 1980 found Hutton and one of his detectives, Len Johnston, faked evidence against Thomas by planting a cartridge case from Thomas' rifle at the murder scene." (from the above link)

If 'integrity beyond reproach' includes planting evidence- well- what can I say....

1 comment:

KG said...

I suspect his words were carefully chosen.
Perjury and fabricating evidence are minor considerations when fraternal solidarity is involved.
Lift the lid of that Pandora's box and who knows what may come crawling out?