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The Met has been in the news recently, and for all the wrong reasons.

How such men can exist within a force that is at least nominally dedicated to protecting the public is a question that needs answering.

By press accounts this officer was "unmasked as one of Britain's worst serial rapists". Which implies that more than one such crime may have been committed whilst he was a serving police officer. Which may also imply that some within the force may have been turning a blind eye.

I have no information but as things stand I am not reassured.

This subsequent interview with ex-police whistle-blower John Wedger also does not reassure.

John Wedger also worked for the Metropolitan Police and had a compelling story to tell about it as long ago as 2018 - have things changed since then?

(49 minutes)


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Here is John Wedger in 2018 giving (well-structured) evidence to the ITNJ Judicial Commission of inquiry into human trafficking and child sex abuse - his story is harrowing and is not new:

(40 minutes)


Robert David Steele put the whole topic into some global context in his 2018 testimony to the same ITNJ Judicial Commission:

(10 minutes)