Jaqui “Lodger” Smith, AKA, “Jackboots” Jaqui, AKA Mrs Timney, AKA The Accused
It probably seemed like a great wheeze to “Lodger” to bring in one of her favourite political policemen, tell him a load of lies and point him at a Shadow Minister. Maybe it doesn’t look like such a great idea today, with the policeman forced to resign for serial incompetence and “Lodger” and her political bureaucrats exposed for deception in the matter of the “arrest” of Shadow Minister Damian Green.
The situation that triggered events was the rising number of leaks from Civil Service whistle blowers, particularly inside the Home Office. As the inevitable General Election looms closer, honourable Civil Servants are becoming more courageous in exposing Government disasters and attempts to cover up the failures , and less honourable Civil Servants are starting to worry about their careers after the Blair Brown Regime.
“Lodger” and “Bottler” Brown wanted to find a way of terrorizing Civil Servants and destabilizing the Conservative Opposition under David Cameron. The attractive idea was to find an Opposition politician to have very publicly arrested and charged under the anti-terror legislation, offering leniency for giving up the identity of a whistle blower – simple, job done!!
Given the long record of incompetence by the Blair Brown Regime even they should have realized that this was beyond their capabilities.
First mistake, they gave the job to the inappropriately named head of Met police anti-terror, Quick. This is a policeman who has unerringly demonstrated an incredible capacity for incompetence and seriously flawed judgment. In the event it turned out even worse than it might have been when another of Quick’s many errors led to his resignation in disgrace.
Second mistake, they targeted one of the most liberal and honest MPs, Damian Green, who held a Shadow brief on immigration which is one of many areas where “Lodger” has proved to be one of the most useless Home Secretaries ever to have held the post.
Quick and his Keystone Cops started by having to ask David Cameron where they could find Damian Green because they really didn’t have a clue. Then they arrested him in a public place and threatened him with life imprisonment for doing his job as an MP, raided his office, and ransacked his home in front of his daughter.
We now know from an inquiry, what was pretty obvious from the start, that Damian Green was guilty of no offence but was guilty of being an honourable and effective MP and Shadow Minister, exposing the failings of Government and attempts by the Regime to conceal those failings, so placing the country and its citizens at severe risk.
This leaves the interesting question of what offences have been committed by members of the Blair Brown Regime and its politically biased bureaucrats.
There appears to be an immediate offence of wasting police time by giving the police incorrect information that required them to spend time investigating an alleged offence. However, it appears that the police were directly lied to by officials acting under instructions from “Lodger” Smith and “Bottler” Brown which could be a criminal offence of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. It would seem that there are also opportunities for civil action against the national socialists for slandering an honest MP and the possibility of fraud charges because the false information given to police was intended to provide the Blair Brown Regime and its creatures with a benefit.
The actions exposed by the whistle blower and Damian Green offer further possibilities for actions against the Regime. The actions of the Home Office under “Lodger” Smith have potentially aided terrorists and that could open the prospect of criminal action under the anti-terror legislation. Then there would appear to be considerable evidence to support impeachment of Blair Brown Regime individuals for high crimes and misdemeanors.
Oh well “Lodger” Smith maybe you should pack a bag and await a custodial sentence – if you are not convicted of expenses fraud there seem to be plenty of other crimes you could be booked for.