UK: Police System Where Black Complainant’s Word is Worth More Than That of a White Officer

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 2, 2016

paki cop lol

“Black” here apparently refers to Pakis, rather than Negroes.

BBC:

The police watchdog is now “more likely to believe black complainants than white police officers”, according to a former officer and equality campaigner.

Dal Babu, ex-president of the National Black Police Association, said the Independent Police Complaints Commission had “flipped” too far and did not look into racism claims fairly.

He spoke days after a misconduct case of three officers accused of racism against a black firefighter collapsed.

The IPCC has rejected Mr Babu’s claims.

Mr Babu, a former Metropolitan Police chief superintendent who retired three years ago, told BBC Radio 4’s Broadcasting House programme the IPCC had been “incredibly unfair against white officers”.

Only a Black would be allowed to say this.

Can you imagine a White British officer saying it?

He’d lose his job and probably go to prison.
Three officers faced a misconduct hearing last week, but the case the collapsed when the IPCC offered no evidence.

He said racism was rife in the police when he joined in the 1980s, but he was now worried the IPCC had “flipped and is more likely to believe black complainants than white police officers”.

Mr Babu said he had a “long history of fighting for equality in the police service” and wanted officers to be held to account, but said it must be done fairly.

Collapse of firefighter dispute

His comments come amid criticism of the IPCC for its handling of a complaint by firefighter Edric Kennedy-Macfoy, who accused police officers of racism after an incident in Harrow, north London, in 2011.

It was a month after widespread riots, and Mr Kennedy-Macfoy, who was off duty, said he had offered to help police who were dealing with a disturbance involving about 200 people.

What happened next is disputed, but Mr Kennedy-Macfoy was Tasered and arrested, then charged with obstructing police and resisting arrest.

After being cleared by magistrates in 2012, he began a civil case against the Metropolitan Police – and this was settled last year when the force apologised and paid him compensation.

An internal Met Police investigation had concluded that no officer should be disciplined over the incident, but in 2013 the IPCC rejected this and started its own inquiry.

Three officers faced a misconduct hearing last week, but the case the collapsed when the IPCC offered no evidence.

Blacks are now like Jews. You can be executed based on their eyewitness testimony.

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