February 13th, 2012

There is a god

Posted in The Job - Comment by 200

The best news I’ve had all year, and it doesn’t take much given all the news at work these days. Ali Dizaei is a corrupt cop who fits up innocent people.

For the second time, he has been found guilty by twelve of his fellow peers, despite the vile dribble that spurts from his mouth. He has been sentenced to three years imprisonment but is likely to serve just another three months, having already served 13 months the first time the truth came out. If ever there was an argument that criminals should serve their full sentence, Dizaei is it.

He was of course acquitted from the first finding of guilt after he successfully managed to persuade the High Court that the chief witness had lied about something completely unrelated to the case being tried (the victim’s welfare benefit status), presumably on the grounds that if he lied about what benefits he was on, he must be lying about being fitted up by the most disgraceful cop to wear the uniform in the last 50 years.

Naturally Dizaei is not finished yet; he intends to appeal, again. What really made me laugh though, was his quote to the Independent: ”The journey has only just begun, we will go to the Court of Appeal and, if needs be, to Europe. It is a sad day that a convicted fraudster who is a bogus asylum seeker and under investigation for rape and assault is believed over a police officer.

Given that the police officer was Ali Dizaei, I don’t think it’s sad at all, I think its quite joyous.

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11 comments

  1. Whinger says:

    Only been in the job for 6 years,

    I am quite horrified the Powers that be in The Met have supported this person and allowed hom to get away with it for the last 20 odd years. All because of his Ethnicity!

    They should all be ashamed of themselves!

    February 14th, 2012 at 07:06

  2. shijuro says:

    love the ‘I was attacked!’ right up to the moment the CCTV appeared… opps… you’ve been framed Ali…

    February 14th, 2012 at 10:44

  3. jaded says:

    We haven’t heard the last of him.He will return as a thorn in the police’s side for the rest of his miserable life.I predict he will either become a lawyer or a journalist and the lefties will fawn over him.

    February 14th, 2012 at 14:01

  4. Tony F says:

    A thoroughly horrible person. He will get his comeuppance, I hope.

    February 14th, 2012 at 17:32

  5. Brontosaurus says:

    Ah Ali Dizaei that darling of Black Police Association. This piece of trash denigrated anyone who criticised him as a racist. It would be nice to hear a comment from the BPA on the conviction. Or do they still believe he was fitted up and is innocent innit?

    February 14th, 2012 at 18:08

  6. Moppy says:

    Isn’t it strange there is no mention on either the national on Met BPA websites…….

    February 14th, 2012 at 19:17

  7. Blueknight says:

    He joined Metpol round about the time the Lawrence report was published and a cynic would say that he realised that as high ranking ethnic minority, he would be pretty much untouchable.
    This was shown following the failure of the first prosecution. Disai , gained a promotion and a cash reward. Anyone else would have been binned there and then, but no doubt the Met realised that he would play the race card and chickened out.
    Lessons should be learned.

    February 14th, 2012 at 21:21

  8. lmhallam says:

    Ali Dizaei has been found guilty. The innocent man is not an innocent man, he is an admitted liar and fraudster who admiitted perjuring himself in the first trial. Commander Dizaei was an ACPO officer and a Met Police officer he was not arresting anyone in the name of the BPA. He was promoted on merit having passed exams and boards like everyone else. Please keep this in context of the evidence. Thank you

    February 15th, 2012 at 08:43

  9. Jimbob says:

    “The innocent man is not an innocent man, he is an admitted liar and fraudster who admiitted perjuring himself in the first trial.”

    And yet a jury still found him more credible than Dizaei the corrupt?

    February 15th, 2012 at 18:49

  10. 200 says:

    I thought imhallam was talking about Dizaei!

    February 15th, 2012 at 19:26

  11. joe says:

    Unfortunately Ali D is like that wee jobbie that no matter how many times you try and flush it away keeps bobbing back up around the u bend. We ain’t heard the last of him yet.

    February 16th, 2012 at 08:43

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