Met Commissioner Cressida Dick has condemned the rogue ex-cops attempting to destroy the career of Conservative Damian Green.
She said in no uncertain terms that former Scotland Yard assistant commissioner Bob Quick and a retired detective called Neil Lewis were ‘wrong’ to reveal publicly that pornographic images had been found on Green’s computer.
Dick also confirmed that the Yard was investigating whether either of these ex-police officers has broken the law. .........It’s easy to forget how Britain was transformed into a virtual one-party state during the Tony Blair/Gordon Brown years — aided and abetted by the highly political former Met Commissioner Ian Blair, who effectively turned the police into the paramilitary wing of New Labour. ......The story took another twist yesterday when Eleanor Laing, deputy speaker of the Commons, said that pornographic images had mysteriously found their way on to her official computer ‘every day’ before 2010.
Sounds plausible. It’s not difficult to infect computers with viruses and malware by remote control over the internet. Just look at some of the junk which turns up in your inbox every five minutes."