Police chief Ali Dizaei was today charged with misconduct in public office and perverting the course of justice.
Sadly only with misconduct, rather than the raft of offences this corrupt officer is responsible for.
Naturally the National Non-White Police Association have been quite put out by this:
Alfred John, chairman of the Metropolitan Black Police Association, said the decision to charge Dizaei was ‘outrageous’ and the result of ‘personal vendettas’.
In other words – racist. But that is no surprise from this lot, they are all as corrupt as each other, all the decent ones having quit when Dizaei was swept to power, and it appears that these days their only purpose is to help launch legal action against the police.
The charges, which carry a maximum sentence of life imprisonment, were announced by the Crown Prosecution Service six years after the £90,000-a-year officer was cleared of similar offences at the Old Bailey.
Dizaei has a history of being corrupt. He wasn’t exactly cleared, it was more of a case of the star witness for the prosecution turned out to actually be a star witness for the defence. This star witness was non other than Tarique Ghaffur, also a member of the NBPA and who also sued for racism when he didn’t get the promotion that he’d always wanted.
Despite being ‘cleared’ the police still wanted him out for his questionable character and behaviour but the National Non-White Police Association (NBPA) threatened to stop recruiting non white police officers unless he was re-instated, promoted and compensated. Guess who backed down?
Dizaei is part of a powerful triumvirate of corrupt public servants that have basically carved up policing and justice between them.
Three-times-married Dizaei, 47, who as president of the National Black Police Association has been an outspoken critic of alleged racism at Scotland Yard, was suspended on full pay last September when three separate inquiries were launched into his conduct.
And it is accusations of racism that form the primary weapon of this corrupt circle. One such investigation was into his relationship with a certain Mr. Shahrokh Mireskandari. Dizaei, despite being a Metropolitan Police commander, worked for Mireskandari to help undermine a Met investigation into one of Mireskandari’s clients.
Shahrokh Mireskandari also represented Tarique Ghaffur in his claim of racial discrimination against the Met, apparently masterminding the whole affair.
The final member of this triumvirate is my old friend, Keith ‘Back Hand’ Vaz. Keith Vaz has a long, long history of corruption and inappropriate behaviour; him still being an MP is testament to the fact that the knows just when to play the race card and can also expertly make his constituents believe that he is acting their best interests.
But Vaz ties in very nicely with Mireskandari. Vaz, now a Home Office Minister, helped his ‘friend’ Mireskandari when the convicted fraudster (sadly not in this country – yet) was being investigated. He wrote to the Judge asking him, and then threatening him, to stop the case.
…extraordinary letter which Vaz wrote to the High Court this year. In it he asked that a case involving Mireskandari be adjourned, pending investigations into the lawyer’s complaints [of racism] against two judges previously involved in the case.
Ah, racism. I am starting to see a pattern here. Vaz also threw a hissy fit at a meeting with the Solicitors Regulation Authority, demanding that it only investigate white solicitors!
At the bad-tempered meeting Vaz attacked the SRA leadership and demanded that the body stop investigating ethnic-minority lawyers.
No doubt the intention here it to set up a National Non White Solicitors Regulation Authority, at the head of which they can install their own man and then do as they please. Or at least stop the SRA from investigating his friends and paymasters.
Shahrokh Mireskandari – master or apprentice?
I am not sure where Shahrokh Mireskandari fits in with the other three, is he their master or merely a lackey?
Whatever he is, these three public servants are making a mockery of Britain and British Justice, with barely even an attempt to hide their associations with fraudster’s, clearly thinking that the timely use of their trump card will get them out of any situation.
It didn’t work for Ghaffur, it doesn’t look like it will work for Ali Dizaei; that just leaves Keith Vaz, whose shredder has probably been smoking since news of the charges against Dizaei broke.
Vaz’s wife has also probably found her bank accounts and property portfolio greatly expanded overnight.