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Is the Metropolitan Police institutionally corrupt? | FT financial times



The report of the Daniel Morgan independent panel mentions “corruption” 718 times. A guided tour of the report. Read more at:

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22 thoughts on “Is the Metropolitan Police institutionally corrupt? | FT financial times”

  1. Great video! Thank you. Just researched the institutional corruption of the MET after watching “Stephen”. Shocking! On your last comment, “Institutional denial.” That also leads to corruption. Viscous circle.

  2. I have been evidencing and challenging the subject of corruption, racism, homophobia and so much more for almost 30 years and no one is listening. Even now after publishing a book: David Eden 'Nut and Gut' complete with documentary evidence showing both the historic and contemporary issues it is imposible to get exposure and demand proper investigations. I couldn't successfully challenge it whilst in the police and the media and PCC's seemingly don't want to know. If you're a journalist please read the book and consider the bigger picture, something needs to be done. [email protected]me.com

  3. Thank you for making this video. Its depressing however in the time length of all this, the (essentially) complete denial of corruption by senior members of the MET. I haven't heard of any talk of action from the government about this? This is going to happen again isn't it…

  4. Same as media.. Show me country, institution, media outlet, corporation etc without corruption one or another way.. I will take my hat off. We are humans and we behave as humans wherever we are..

  5. "Institutionally […] " is a cop-out term our leaders choose to use because it allows them to accuse bricks & mortar of corruption/racism/yada yada without bringing anyone to book, and so make the cosmetic changes to sate a public anger that they themselves are ultimately responsible for. Institutions are not corrupt; people within them are and as such the institution then becomes not fit for purpose. I'm bored hearing "Institutional blah". Either accuse someone of something and allow them right of response, or play your "bread and circuses" charade elsewhere. If not, I may suspect that the accuser (here an FT journo) is part of the corruption.

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