Thoughts on why there’s been no offical response to Ross Meurant’s allegations.
When I asked Ross what were his feelings about his allegations being totally ignored by Police and Politicians, he said;
“Police and more so Member’s of Parliament, have a modus operandi of ignoring bad news and/or complaints that if properly investigated, would cause serious adverse implications. I know. I was a senior cop and I was a senior MP.”
“Standard procedure is to ignore and ignore. This strategy demoralises many people who ultimately stagger away in disbelief that institutions they previously looked up to and had respect for, could treat them in such a manner.”
Ross said he believes the ex cop who exposed to him the perpetrators of this crime, has a civilianized role which are invariably taken up by retired cops who don’t have the skills to get new jobs and need to support their pensions.
“As a whistle-blower, He’d be fired immediately. I wont expose him or his family to that grief. I’m just grateful he had the integrity to tell me.”
If this can happen to a former Police Officer, what hope do the rest of us have, that we will be not be subjected to unlawful police actions if we ever do something that the Establishment does not approve?