Wednesday, 4 September 2013

The Inconsistencies Of Police Discipline

Duncan Crafter is the eldest son of a retired catholic Metropolitan Police Officer of at least Chief Inspector rank. Duncan's father trained and worked with the sacked former Assistant Commissioner Tarique Ghaffur, the UKs most senior asian police officer. Ghaffur's family had arrived in the UK from Uganda as refugees from Idi Amin and his police career started with the Greater Manchester Police in 1974 at 17.

Ghaffur says "I loved the long undercover operations busting illegal betting syndicates in Salford and gained a reputation for never losing a suspect in a chase. It was the start of a career that took me through the ranks and around the country. People talk about the police's canteen culture but when my colleagues spoke of 'them and us' they meant the good guys and the villains, not black and white." (1) Ghaffur also worked on the notorious Moss Side area.      

 Mercury Switch
In contrast, catholic-educated Duncan Crafter, with his shock of curly ginger hair is routinely associated by witnesses with Scottish and Irish nationalism, the Socialist Workers Party, anti-corporate direct action, anti-US Air Force direct action and is alleged to have purchased bomb-making items (mercury switches) from the IRA supporting families we describe in our October 2012 article whose arms / explosives dump was discovered in the 1970s.

People in Havering are wondering why Chief Inspector Crafter was not kicked out of the Metropolitan Police due to his son's behaviour and the subsequent abuse of his police position to cover for Duncan, Crafter also used his position to find work for his son which he rejected.

(Ex-metalwork teacher Mr Honey, who lives in Billericay, is also alleged to have undertaken some modification work for the Irish families along with Honey's long-term colleague Mr Storer.  Mr Honey is also said to have had a side-line business working on projects for masonic individuals throughout Essex including the county town of Chelmsford.)


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