February 13th, 2012

There is a god

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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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