There seems to be a dichotomy, some of the CPS opting for “insufficient evidence” to charge disgraced ex Det Ch Supt Dave Cook over the fitting up of several innocent men in the Daniel Morgan murder case – or use of the Public Interest Immunity. What does Mr Gregory of the CPS think? He will be centre stage soon.
Not so reticent is Sir Jeremy Johnson Q.C who goes along with the (majority) legal view that Jonathan Rees and his associates, the Vian Brothers, plus others, are entitled to a court case. They are also entitled to compensation.
Perhaps the final word ought to go to Cook himself (thanks, Thames Valley Police, for your carelessness).
“If I should be charged I will not be standing the the dock alone, other senior officers will be stood next to me”. Cue Yates. Minions also. My advice to Cook is to sing like a canary, soon. Corrupt cops fare poorly in our penal system.
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