February 24th, 2010

Kismet

Posted in The Job - General by 200

I suspect there won’t be many people in the circles that inhabit the pages of this blog who will be particularly upset about one of the headlines in today’s news.

There can’t be much worse, as an inmate of her majesty’s finest, than being a former police or prison officer amongst all the other lags. But then most people in this situation are masters of their own destiny & probably deserve little sympathy.

So I don’t have much for former Met Commander Ali Dizaei who was was assaulted this week in a attack at Edmunds Hill Prison by an inmate who poured a bucket of excrement over his head & then punched him unconscious.

Violence is rarely right, certainly, unprovoked violence but I can’t help having a grudging admiration for the phrase, ‘what goes around comes around’.

I see the Met still hasn’t sacked him from the police force, I wonder what the delay is.

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29 comments

  1. Pc A Hunn says:

    So he’ll still be earning his £2k a week whilst picking the second hand sweet corn out his ears. That’s disgusting… On so many levels. Well it goes to show all his gym work was just to get him layed and so he could physically intimidate those of lesser ranks. He is obviously a typical bully, all bluff and a soft shite really.

    February 25th, 2010 at 07:19

  2. met east london says:

    I am one of at least 9 ex prison officers I know of on my borough we were all shocked that dizael was attacked at the prison he was housed at. It would take at least a month if everything went smoothly*and it rarely did for someone to by catergrised and transfered to a softer better equipped catergory C prison where all the prisoners are vetted and screened to give them the freedom to serve their sentences in cat C conditions. Dizael must have pissed off someone to warrant such an attack that would automatically cause them to be moved back to a higher catergory prison! As i say to my colleagues no matter how bad it gets at least I am not in my old job any more worst 8 years off my working life !!!

    February 25th, 2010 at 11:08

  3. Miss Marple says:

    Rehabilitation of offenders anyone? Talk about let’s turn a blind eye while someone attacks him. And you lot think that is ok? You don’t have much “time for him” – I am looking forward to the real truth of this one finally coming out – can’t wait to see where you all stand then – when cheating, “business man” Al Baghdadi (oh he of several benefit books, all in someone else’s names!) is uncovered for the baddun that he is.

    February 25th, 2010 at 13:47

  4. shijuro says:

    I honestly don’t think that it’s a good thing in anyway for prisoners to be attacked.

    It is, I suppose, inevitable given the type of personalities inside…

    What makes me smile about ‘MTG’ and ‘Miss Marple’ s comments is hey haven’t mentioned the actual person that dumped the brown stuff and then gave him a thumping.

    funny that…

    It says a lot to me about this here odd country- that we are quick to stick in the boot to the Police/Prison services but never seem to have a bad word to say about the villians that really DO make life difficult.

    I wonder why that is…?

    February 25th, 2010 at 14:15

  5. Tony F says:

    I suppose what goes around, comes around.

    However it’s nice to know that slopping out is still carried out.

    February 25th, 2010 at 16:05

  6. 200 says:

    MTG,
    and the exact relevance of your comment is….

    I was once told the art of good communication was to speak in terms that your recipient understood.
    Your posts are often like wading through the grammatical equivalent of a road made of treacle; I still end up on the other side wondering why I bothered to cross.

    Failing to have sympathy for someone is not the same as advocating we kick the shit out of him.

    Miss M,
    you & me both.
    Using MTG’s methodology it appears OK to stitch someone up & commit perjury because he might be a benefit cheat?

    February 25th, 2010 at 16:13

  7. Miss Marple says:

    Shijuro, why would you “smile” at what I’ve said? You find it funny that, not only is a man behind bars who ought not to be there (and you mark my words, AD should not be inside) but that the prison officers who are there to do a job, see no harm in turning a blind eye whilst he gets a good kicking? What’s there to smile about? What exactly would you like me to say about the person who did it? Not much to say really is there.

    Oh yeah, before I forget, Baghdadi’s assertions that he could not have attacked AD because he had his keys in one hand, phone in the other, wallet in the other, make up bag in the other – check the CCTV of him being booked in. All those things came out of his back pockets!! Did they fall from his hands during some scuffle and some lovely police man put them all back into his pocket just in case he lost valuable club card points? Do me a favour.

    February 25th, 2010 at 17:55

  8. Anon says:

    Aren’t they all innocent and fitted up anyway?

    February 25th, 2010 at 18:49

  9. Blueknight says:

    Miss Marple,
    The appeal if there ever is one will be interesting. AD had one of the best defence barristers going and he was still found guilty. That says a lot.
    And if the truth of what AD has been up to ever does come out, it will probably keep the Sunday papers in business for months

    February 25th, 2010 at 21:50

  10. 200 says:

    Miss M,
    what makes you think blind eyes were turned. I think there’s only one blind eye – or should that be 2, round here & they are the ones that blind you to the reality.

    February 25th, 2010 at 21:55

  11. Shijuro says:

    What made me smile Miss Marple is you haven’t mentioned the actual attackers yet…

    It doesn’t matter what YOU THINK he has been found guilty in a court- that gives me the right to say ‘he is a convicted criminal”…

    The Police didn’t fit him up any more than you are Miss Marple.

    February 26th, 2010 at 08:18

  12. Miss Marple says:

    Oooo Sunday papers? Well we all know what we read in their is true!

    February 26th, 2010 at 14:12

  13. Miss Marple says:

    Should have said “there” – loath bad grammar!

    February 26th, 2010 at 14:13

  14. RocketDodger says:

    God, this post has really got the trolls out from under their stones.

    AD was, and is, a piece of shit. He will not get off on appeal.

    I would imagine he tried to behave in prison the same way he did when in the Met. Unfortunately, certain prisoners have higher morals than Met Senior Officers and, as such, he was given an ‘appropriate ‘

    Tosser

    February 27th, 2010 at 04:02

  15. RocketDodger says:

    read ‘response’

    February 27th, 2010 at 04:03

  16. Fractal says:

    200 Don’t correct someone else’s grammar when yours is just as appalling, this is netspeak.

    Dizrael has been tormenting and living from honest settlers in the UK in a mafia style for years, protected by corrupt lawyers and politicians, he was lucky it was only a bucket of poo he got.

    He’s played the race card to the detriment of honest people that are discriminated against. As far as I know most police officers that go to prison are lucky to come out alive.

    I’m glad the Met finally got someone, however tainted their history is to stand up to him. He’s a bully, corrupt and thought he could continue his corrupt ways in this country. He won’t be the last but at least one is behind bars where he should be. Intimidation and lies are not what our Justice system should be about.

    I don’t advocate violence towards him, but well, he can shower off the poo, but he will stink forever.

    February 27th, 2010 at 16:30

  17. 200 says:

    Fractal,

    I don’t generally correct people’s grammar. I will, however, accept your apology for your inability to read correctly. (clue: it was the original poster correcting her own grammar!)

    February 27th, 2010 at 16:51

  18. Fractal says:

    You don’t know how to use a website with many peoples views, many may not be native English speakers. So they should be allowed to speak their views.

    When you apologise for your incorrect use of a semi-colon, sentence and paragraph structure, I may forgive you.

    February 27th, 2010 at 18:11

  19. Miss Marple says:

    I haven’t crawled out from under a stone my friend, I have simply followed this case very closely indeed and irrespective of everything that has gone before, including the jury’s amazing 2 hour conviction (!!) I truly believe that this man has been shafted.

    Operation Helios? How many millions wasted trying to get a result against AD – don’t think they so much as copped him dropping a cigarette end. They had to make something stick somewhere.

    February 27th, 2010 at 19:48

  20. Fractal says:

    In his wake of corruption has left a lot of good ethnic minority Police wondering if their REAL issues with discrimination will be taken seriously.

    He was just promoted to *get him out of our hair* so normal police work could go on.

    He has damaged real ethnic police recruitment and promotion. He certainly did that in my area, but once we were rid of him and he got promoted higher through his threats and manipulation, race relations and proper police work have improved in my area. He was a stain on the police force.

    All should be respected and represent members of our community as law abiding honest citizens. Now some can believe they have a valid part to play as honest people in the community. Without corruption. Just honest policemen working for their community.

    February 27th, 2010 at 19:48

  21. Fractal says:

    If you’re wondering, I have no connection to the Police in anywayway.

    Miss Marple I have been following his career since he was a corrupt police officer in Hounslow, more years than you, not since it’s been in the national news. He was corrupt then and pulling the same tricks, he even accused the same race officers as him of racism.

    He has many tricks up his sleeve. He is a manipulator just like his lawyer that has qualifications from the University of ItsNotReal in America. A wake of sly deals and underhand dealings were left when he was finally promoted above what he should be.

    Police officers should be looking after us the public, not be self promoting. Can you name any case he solved or participated in solving to get him to that rank?, he just used the fact that the police were too scared to say they shouldn’t be racist.

    He did nothing in his career but promote himself.

    Hopefully now they can recruit and promote soley on ability and fitness to do a good job rather than political reasons.
    .

    February 27th, 2010 at 21:00

  22. 200 says:

    Fractal,

    I’m not sure why you have a bee up your arse about correct grammar; I don’t give a monkey’s cuss about correct grammar or spelling & I usually avoid criticising people about it since we all have different educational levels.

    I’m curious about why you brought it up – it wasn’t me who made comment about grammar it was another poster talking about her own grammar.

    February 27th, 2010 at 22:48

  23. Fractal says:

    You are getting away from the topic and making it personal.

    Well here you go, a quote from you:-

    “I was once told the art of good communication was to speak in terms that your recipient understood.
    Your posts are often like wading through the grammatical equivalent of a road made of treacle; I still end up on the other side wondering why I bothered to cross.”

    You were being superior and frankly, nasty.

    Lets not continue an irrelevent dispute in this serious subject.

    February 27th, 2010 at 23:41

  24. 200 says:

    Fractal,

    actually ‘grammatical’ wasn’t the right word, it was more a criticism of the type of ‘language’ used which makes MTG’s posts very difficult to understand. I’d have thought you’d actually appreciate that point, since, if a reasonably well-educated English speaker has difficulty in understanding a post, what chance for all the non-English visitors you talk about?

    As for being being nasty, well if that’s your assessment, that’s kind of tough. You need to assess my blog & decide whether you want to stick around or not. The thing is, it’s kind of my bat & ball & you don’t have any say in how I run it.

    If that makes me sound superior, I could care more, but don’t. And I won’t take any offence at your nasty & personal assertion that my grammar is appalling.

    Thanks for stopping by.

    February 27th, 2010 at 23:59

  25. Fractal says:

    why are you trying to make this about you? it’s not! the subject is about Dizael

    February 28th, 2010 at 00:12

  26. 200 says:

    well, you fucking started it…. (plus I enjoy pissing people like you off.) ((oh bollocks, I ended a sentence with a preposition))

    February 28th, 2010 at 00:26

  27. Fractal says:

    Yea I’m bored on a Saturday night too and I enjoy making you swear and loose your rag ;-)

    February 28th, 2010 at 01:04

  28. Fractal says:

    typical man, blame the woman for his mistakes.

    February 28th, 2010 at 01:05

  29. Fractal says:

    who is people like me?

    February 28th, 2010 at 01:08

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