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"alliston morgan" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Six other signatories that have put their name to this letter. But for those who do remember this case. They'll be pops thinking wasn't it bernard hogan how the police commissioner when your investigation was active. Why are you holding cressida. Dick responsible. Oh i hoped bernard hogan howe responsible to. But he's not the president commissioner. He was put in the house of lords. The present commission a- says not operation midland when she worked as assistant deputy commissioner they The mets in two thousand fourteen remember on the eighteenth of december two thousand fourteen before any investigation of oppression midland took place detective-superintendent mcdonald went on television. Press conference and radio and said nick. The person you're led to other Call beach they fantasist and accusa Was credible and true chrysler. Dick as being on radio and said oh. She heard it while she was driving her car. She knew the words that he adopted were wrong. What did he do about it. Nothing by not doing anything about it. She has help cost. The public purse puts off ten million hounds and she has not accepted responsibility for. That's or a number of other matters to in terms of her and the top bras at the metropolitan police have met her of you ever spoken to have you had apologies. I received an apology in person. From bernard hogan how. I received an apology from krista dick but because of the treatment of may her words and the metropolitan police's actions did not go hand in hand therefore i rejected a holiday and this goes to the heart of what you again just broadening out from operation midland we just heard the words of baroness story lawrence. We've all of course aware of who else is signed this just to to give our listeners. the full list of mentioned lady. Britain alliston morgan. Paul gambaccini nicholas brummel michael mcmanus and south Some people remember various elements of those stories. But it's about the you as i understand it. You tell us more that you're concerned that the culture isn't changing and isn't correct under her leadership no so years.
Today in Focus
"alliston morgan" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Today's report isn't about who killed daniel. Morgan is about why thirty four years on. We're still not in a position to say who carried out that murder and why nobody has been brought to justice for it. What about the penalty. Mitt dependence established on the tenth of may twenty seventeen by the then home secretary trees may to shine a light on the circumstances of donald movements murder. Its background and handling of the case since one thousand nine hundred eighty seven and so doing address three issues know you spent eight hours reading the twelve hundred pages this palo. Can you take me through the key findings. What did it reveal it reveals quite a bit of what we already knew said. There was incompetence is delay from the moment of his murder. There was serious failures of investigation. Both at the scene which was never searched enjoying the i investigation many opportunities together in evidence were irretrievably lost. During that first investigation the forensic work was described by a senior officer in the second investigation as pathetic. That panel found that even the people they were trying to get information from thirty years later feared reprisals. Nfl wouldn't talk to them. The other major part of the inquiry was that the numbers of corrupt offices connected to suspects more than ten offices were convicted and jailed for other offenses not connected with a moderate tall. But just give you my impression of of the kind of associates that some of the suspects were involved with from the beginning as you know the ramifications that police officers were involved in the murder and corruption by police officers played a part in protecting the murderers from being justice. They found that the corrina. In the original inquest inaccurately said afterwards that there was no evidence of police involvement. They also found some officers who had made complaints or express worries about the possibility of corruption amongst their fellows were then ostracized by their colleagues said the metropolitan police concealed from the family of daniel morgan and from the wider public the failings in the first murder investigation and the role of corrupt officers. Lack of kaunda over so many years has been a barrier to profit police accountability. Probably the best of the report that got most headlines was the suggestion that the met. Police was institutionally corrupt. Not only in one thousand nine hundred but even today it's a very dramatic phrase and it has echoes of the biggest previous finding about the matt that it was. Institutionally racist in the wake of stephen lawrence's murder. How did they reach that conclusion. And what has been the response to it in in some ways. Their main feeling was that the metropolitan police throughout drag their feet in making data available off that some of the information they sought for is not available major illegal until march of this year family of more stuff at grievously as a consequence of the failure to bring his murderer on mergers to justice the unwarranted assurances which they were given the misinformation which was put into the public domain and the denial of failings in the investigation including failings failings took knowledge professional incompetence individuals venal behavior and managerial and organizational failures. We believe that concealing or trying failings for the sake of an organization's public image is dishonesty. On the part of the organization for reputational benefit this constitutes a form of institutional corruption response from the top of the metropolitan. Police has been yes terrible. Mistakes made yes. We have to land from them. Yes the family were let down at. Yes we regret that but things have changed very much since then and i would say that to a great extent. A lot of that is true. There is not the institutional corruption that was prevalent at the time in the seventy s and sixty seventies eighties. But i think by not being opened by not sharing the data by making it difficult for the panel. They inevitably arise suspicions as to why what they got to hide by deng thing however in my experience anyway nichols a duty to read the rule. I don't see that that adds up to a constant of institutional corruption isn't what i see every day now and it isn't might might might spruce over thirty one years. I think the can tell me what you made of the panel's findings. I feel vindicated. Never in history has this happened. Is this kind of contusions to inquiry. And of course that is a great to me. You know after being snob bullied lied to you know this is a an extraordinary result. It wasn't just about corruption at the time it was about corruption in the matinee. Now and that's war. They've tried to deny what would say. I would say that the resistance the panel match indebting documents from the metropolitan police outrageous and. They've sent this setback their work by years. Probably an interim mother died. They put every obstacle they could in the way of sir the work of the panel and to me. that's a form of corruption cover up reputation management. What has it meant to a full. This hard on this long in part of your exhausted loses romblon mental emotional exhaustion but the same. I feel proud of me and my family have done. I'll say won't if you mess with my family to the met you will regret it. Yeah i mean. I'm the oldest male surviving male in my family at the time. I'm thirty eight years old. You know i feel as a man. My job is to protect breath. And that's where i've done to the very best of my ability at the start of this. You told me about when the phone rang. And you heard about daniel from your mom and e said what happened. We still don't know. How frustrating is that. Well i mean i. I'm satisfied that. I personally know who killed my brother but at the same time. I don't think we will ever. What you call justice daniel e the perpetrators convicted. Thank you okay. thank you initiative. Alliston morgan and.