April 8th, 2009

Secret Raid Plans Revealed

Posted in The Job - Satire by 200

Bob Quick reveals the nations secrets
Bob Quick is an Assistant Met Commissioner in charge of counter-terrorism. He’s also a bit of a numpty.

Mr Quick was filmed arriving at Downing Street this morning. He was holding some paperwork as he alighted from his vehicle, doubtless the reports were to assist him in briefing lots of important expense-fiddlers in the government.

As a result of the secret stuff left in open view to the world’s media the police had to bring forward some plans for anti-terrorism raids & nicked lots of suspected naughty people in the north of the country today.

Apparently, the raids have been quite successful & ten people have been arrested.

Through the use of top secret technology, available to anyone with a zoom on their camera, 200 Weeks can exclusively reveal the content of the top secret raid plans…

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8 comments

  1. Same Old Faces says:

    Lets hope all the hours and hours of police/intelligence work hasnt been spoiled due to this school boy error!!!!

    He has single handedly compromised a massive terrorism operation.

    This is not a good media week for the police!!

    April 8th, 2009 at 23:36

  2. Jimbob says:

    I think it’s more of a case of ‘what might have been’ more than anything else. At the end of the day the Downing St press corps are as bound by the Official Secrets Act as anyone else and even more so if they want to keep their press passes for such a sensitive area, so in reality there was never any chance of the content of that document getting into public knowledge. The bigger question is where else has he been so damn indiscreet?

    April 8th, 2009 at 23:43

  3. Dr Melvin T Gray says:

    What a shame. I liked his cunning plan to use ‘Bob’s Limos’ as stealth arrest vehicles.

    April 9th, 2009 at 09:14

  4. James says:

    He’s obviously not far enough up the chain to make mistakes/errors and get away with it. Not like J Smith et al.

    April 9th, 2009 at 09:20

  5. Alpha Tango says:

    Oh, My former boss,

    Other sites/pictures show a different angle of Sir Bob getting out of his Land Rover.

    I can see a packet of peanut’s on the seat of the vehicle that he has left behind.

    April 9th, 2009 at 15:44

  6. Civ_In_The_City says:

    I like your version of the secret paper!

    An article I`ve just read about Bob say he was a ‘safe pair of hands’ until about the time that Ian Blair was obliged to step down. Bob then set about grooming himself for the MET Commissioners job.

    Oh dear, and it all went belly-up from there (apologies for the belly reference Bob). A cock-up arresting that MP, a cock-up accusing the Tories of trying to scupper the investigation. Now a cock-up when ‘top man in charge of keeping anti-terrorist plans a secret’, erm, fails to keep them secret.

    So, a lesson to be learned for all police officers (of any rank) and MP`s for that matter. If you spend all your time looking for the next big promotion instead of keeping your eye, and your mind, on the job you already have, sooner or later you will royally screw up and create a lot of extra work for a lot of other people.

    I hope he doesn`t beat himself up too hard about it though, it was a cock-up but a proper human error and he has stepped down pronto (Miss Spliff, are you taking notes?). I hope he stays in anti-terror policing, it would be a shame to lose all his expertise.

    But can Mrs Quick put a new briefcase on his Easter present list please.

    April 9th, 2009 at 17:55

  7. Tony F says:

    Ho hum, Ms Spliff must be feeling relieved, all this attention being diverted away form her and her buddies.

    April 9th, 2009 at 17:56

  8. Joe says:

    To deal with the bloodsuckers properly we’d need an awful lot more lamp posts in Parliament Square

    April 10th, 2009 at 10:18

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