Police Corruption And Freemasonry

Chris, a retired police man tells it like it is. It isn't bad, it is worse. His story ties in with the Wikipedia's article called The Richardson Gang and Our friends at the Yard - Real-life police corruption

From http://westyorkshiretruth.aceboard.com/225988-6438-6467-0-Common-Purpose-Freemasonry-Police.htm

Dear Dr. Veronica,

I have probably said so before, but you are perfectly correct about the police service being 'rotten to the core' with EU 'Common Purpose' and/or United Nations 'Agenda 21' -  and therefore largely controlled by Freemasonry, out of all proportion to the number of actual 'Brothers' amongst its members.  But first, I must digress a little.

When I was first attached to New Scotland Yard in 1969, that old rascal Harold Wilson was Prime Minister.  He may have been a Fabian but, unusually, he had not become a total Socialist 'robot'.  Since he and I both shared a love of the Scilly Isles, where he had his main home on St Mary's, in the twilight of his life (after I had retired from the Police Service), I got to know him quite well and succeeded on a number of occasions to get him to talk 'off the record' about many different topics - including Marcia (Lady) Falkender!

At that time also, the Home Office was still (for government) a relatively transparent and principled organisation.  In fact, despite the traditional suspicion with which most civil servants (quite sensibly) treat the police, I was even allowed to become an honorary member of the Home Office Bridge Club.  

However, in the early seventies, the winds of change blew in (from Siberia?) coincidental with paedophile Ted Heath's tenure in Number 10.  At one time I thought that he had been 'turned' by the elite after they had threatened to expose his sexual predilections.  However, I now know that such behaviour is 'de rigeur' for all 33rd Degree Freemasons - and most politicians!  Anyway, soon after he took office, it became apparent that the relationship between the Home Office and New Scotland Yard had 'cooled' and whereas before they had been content to leave matters of day to day policing to the Commissioner, they now wanted total control, not just of policy, but also of strictly operational matters.  

When, in 1982, Sir Kenneth Newman took over as Metropolitan Police Commissioner, his first task was, with the full approval of the now totally 'Common Purpose' infiltrated Home Office, to appoint twelve officers of the rank of Chief Superintendent as his 'Apostles' and to relieve them of all other duties so that they could visit every Metropolitan Police Division to lecture officers of all ranks on the 'Newman Doctrine' and to win 'Disciples' to that cause.  Anyone at all familiar with the writings of Alice A. Bailey will immediately recognise that the former phraseology is lifted straight from the 'Externalization of the Hierarchy' and is incontestable proof that, with the appointment of Newman as Met Commissioner, the Police Service as a whole became an adjunct for furthering common Purpose throughout all levels of society:  

However, I am not only getting ahead of myself, but I am also straying from my brief to reveal, once and for all, the 'Unholy Alliance between Freemasonry and the Police Service'.

According to Wikipedia -
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Richardson_Gang - 'by 1966 the Metropolitan Police was, allegedly, so corrupt that Home Secretary, Roy Jenkins, was considering replacing up to 70% of the CID and other specialist branches with CID from Manchester, Kent, Devon & Cornwall, and Birmingham. When Robert Mark became Police Commissioner in 1972 (he succeeded Sir John Waldron; a man of undoubted integrity but wholly inept) over 400 CID officers and 300 uniform police officers were "retired" early.'

Since the Metropolitan Police was so endemically corrupt, I can understand and even sympathise with the concerns of the Home Office.  In fact, one of Robert Mark's (later Sir Robert Mark) first acts upon promotion from Deputy Commissioner to Commissioner - which, despite his personal responsibility in the former rank for Complaints and Discipline, he had been prevented from doing by his predecessor, whose integrity (unlike the Elite-controlled Wikipedia), I have reason seriously to doubt (albeit not his total ineptitude) was (with the agreement of the Home Secretary) to ask the Chief Constable of Lancashire to conduct an internal investigation into Scotland Yard's 'C' (ostensibly for CID - but in reality meaning 'Criminal') Department, with particular reference to the 'Flying Squad' and the Serious Crime Squad.  The resulting investigation was launched amid great secrecy under the codename 'Operation Countryman'.  By the time that it was (prematurely) wound up, the head of the Flying Squad, Commander Ken Drury and the head of the Serious Crime Squad, Commander Wally Virgo and the Head of the Obscene Publications (or 'Porn' Squad), Detective Chief Superintended Bill Moody, had been jailed, along with ten other Scotland Yard detectives, for accepting bribes.   This much you can verify by reference to:  
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/3721695.stm .  You can also get a more precise idea of what an evil man Ken Drury was from:  http://www.innocent.org.uk/cases/lutonpo/  However, what you are unlikely to learn from any other source apart from me (although you can get a whiff from the third and fourth from last paragraphs of:  
http://www.crimetime.co.uk/features/anthonyfrewin.php ) is that, had the investigation not been prematurely halted on the orders of the Home Secretary, it would have implicated the Assistant Commissioner in charge of Crime (in every sense), Peter Brodie.

(As an aside, Robert Mark was probably the first Metropolitan Commissioner not to be a Freemason, although the habit soon returned - most recently with the appointment of that key supporter of the 'Scottish Rite'; and well known head of Murder Incorporated (think Jean Charles de Menezes, first known victim of the unlawful new 'shoot to kill' policy), Sir Ian Blair.)

So widespread were the tentacles of CID corruption within New Scotland Yard, that the first thing that the Chief Constable of Lancashire demanded, was that a member of the uniformed branch be seconded to his investigation team.  I was accorded the distinct honour of being chosen for this task (in reality something of a bed of nails since, had my involvement become a matter of general knowledge, almost certainly attempts would have been made either to eliminate me, or to 'compromise' me by planting drugs in my car or house).  My task was purely administrative and mainly involved requesting any case files required by the team in my name since, as soon as it became known that the investigators required sight of a particular file, it would have been shredded or vaporised.  I was later commended by the Chief Constable - a commendation which never appeared on my 'public record' for my own protection.  However, its existence on my CRS (Central Record of Service) helped to ensure that, over a decade later, I would be asked to join the Number 2 Area Complaints Unit.

Anyone who says that this is 'old hat', or that it was an 'isolated case' of corruption, should do a bit of 'digging' when they will discover the following facts:  http://freemasonrywatch.org/true_blue.html

1. Scotland Yard's first 'Detective Force' was set up in 1842.  It consisted of only two inspectors and six sergeants. By 1869, 180 detectives were dealing with minor crime in outlying divisions, but serious investigations in London were left to only twenty-seven officers out of 9,000.  By the 1870's most of this squad was itself a criminal conspiracy in which, not only were the prime culprits Freemasons, but it was Freemasonry which had brought them together.

In 1872, a confidence trickster named William Kurr was running a bogus betting operation.  Like any shrewd small time criminal with big ideas, he saw that the way to make real money was to bring policemen into the racket.  Bribing detectives after you get caught is costly and uncertain:  far better to cut them in on the profits beforehand and avoid arrest altogether.  The one safe place where Kurr could proposition policemen was his Masonic lodge.
At a lodge meeting in Islington, Kurr made friends with just the man: Inspector John Meikeljohn.  In return for 100 Pounds - nearly half his annual pay - Meiklejohn agreed to give Kurr advance warning of any police action against him or his betting racket.  At first the corrupt officer kept the payoff to himself but, as the racket expanded, he involved three chief inspectors in the Detective Force whom he also knew as brother Masons.
Kurr needed bigger and better protection, because he was expanding his operation with the skills of a new friend called Harry Benson.  Benson was a virtuoso con-man of international disrepute.  In 1872, posing as a French 'Count', he had tricked the Lord Mayor of London into giving him 1,000 Pounds for relief work in the wake of the Franco-Prussian War.  He was found out and imprisoned in Newgate, where he tried to burn himself to death.  Instead he merely crippled himself, but in 1873 he hobbled out of jail and became acquainted with Kurr.  Together they planned new scams to part mug punters from their funds.
One by one, Inspector Meiklejohn sucked his Masonic colleagues into Kurr and Benson's network.  First he found out that Chief Inspector Nathaniel Druscovitch was inquiring into the swindles.  He also discovered Druscovitch was 60 Pounds in debt and suggested Kurr might help him out.  The deal was done, Kurr gave him the money and Druscovitch was 'neutralised'.  His senior Chief Inspector, George Clarke, was also on the swindlers trail, but he agreed to 'lose the scent' in return for a pay-off.  The misplaced loyalty of a third Chief Inspector, William Palmer, was also purchased.

Now assured of total immunity from the attentions of the police, Benson set up Sport, a news-sheet offering punters foolproof betting systems.  In 1876, using the alias 'Hugh Montgomery', he tricked the Comtesse de Goncourt of Paris into 'investing' 10,000 Pounds.  He rewarded her with several non-existent winners and then requested she invest a further 30,000 Pounds with a bookmaker of his choice.  At this point she had a belated spasm of suspicion.  She hired a London lawyer, who reported Benson and Kurr to Scotland Yard.  They were soon jailed for fifteen and ten years' hard labour respectively.  Only then did they reveal the role of the bent coppers.  In the subsequent investigation, Scotland Yard's Chief of Detectives, Superintendent Frederick Williamson, was dismayed to discover that three of his four chief inspectors were corrupt, along with their uniformed 'seducer', Meiklejohn.  In 1877 all four were tried at the Old Bailey. Clarke was acquitted, but Meiklejohn, Palmer and Druscovitch were convicted and sentenced to two years' hard labour.  It was a bad day for the police and hardly a distinguished one for Freemasons - with its principals of brotherly love, relief and 'truth'.

This scandal discredited the entire Metropolitan Detective Force, which was disbanded and reconstituted as the Criminal Investigation Department, or CID.  The CID was to have a separate career structure and higher rates of pay than the main uniform force, a distinction which was to cause grinding irritation over the next hundred years.  By 1884 the new structure of twenty-four detectives at Scotland Yard and 254 in the divisions, all under the central command of a new Assistant Commissioner (Crime), appeared to be an effective answer to corruption, Masonic or otherwise.  Whilst it took almost a hundred years for that illusion to be pricked, close observers of the CID had known the truth for decades.  

2. Interestingly enough, the officer who spearheaded Scotland Yard's anti-corruption drive in the 1970s, Deputy Assistant Commissioner Gilbert Kelland, was a Freemason.  At his right hand was another Mason, DAC Ron Steventon, later head of A 10 Branch - the forerunner of the Complaints Investigation Branch (CIB2).  There are many potential conflicts of interest when one policeman investigates another.  One of these is Freemasonry and CIB2 must always be aware that hidden Masonic connections might contaminate the fair investigation of complaints.  In its short existence, CIB2 has had enough Masons among its chiefs to be aware of the very short odds that a Mason could be given the job of investigating one of his Masonic brothers.  In 1979 CIB2's allied disciplinary team (known as CIB3) was headed by Chief Superintendent William Gibson.  Two years later, he was succeeded by Malcolm A. Ferguson.  Later still, Kenneth Churchill-Coleman took over.  When the list of members of the 'Manor of St James's' Lodge leaked out in 1986, who should be on it, but Gibson, Ferguson and Churchill-Coleman, together with the names of two other senior officers who had served in either A10, or CIB2 or CIB3, Cass and Lampard.

3.  A considerably more recent case involved the former Chief Constable of Grampian Police, Doctor Ian Oliver, (a contemporary of mine) who proscribed Freemasonry within the Grampian Force and was one of several Chief Constables who called for a full enquiry into Masonic Police links at the Scottish Police Federation's 1997 National Conference after it emerged that Dunblane killer Thomas Hamilton had only obtained a gun and ammunition licence because of his Masonic connections.

4. On 14th December 2004, former Flying Squad commander John O'Connor told BBC London "that freemasons still wield massive power within high ranks and that black people, who do not join the secretive groups, lose out in the power struggle."  (Full story at:

I could go on, but I believe that I have adequately and successfully proved my point, namely that ever since its inception and continuing to the present day, Freemasonry has exercised a stranglehold over the Metropolitan Police Force - and doubtless throughout the Police Service.  Moreover, it is indisputable that Freemasonry has abused its position of influence within the Police Service for the purpose (a) of protecting from prosecution the large number of Masonic Brothers who are professional criminals; and (b) lining its own  pockets and thus bringing the whole Police Service into disrepute.  

In conclusion, Freemasonry may be likened to a cancer:  once one or two Freemasons achieve a position of influence, Freemasons will consistently be shown favouritism in terms of selection for promotion, etc, thus ensuring that Masonic influence continues to grow.  Within the Police Service, Freemasonry is 'protected' by the large number of Chief Constables and members of  Police Authorities who are themselves Freemasons - and outside the Police Service they are accorded the same protection by the disproportionate number of senior politicians, Judges and controllers of the mainstream media who were also 'taught to be cautious' (to borrow a Freemason recognition signal).

Finally, as I have already remarked in a previous message, in view of the diabolical (literally) oath of allegiance to Freemasonry which members are called upon to make, membership of the occult secret society known as 'The Craft' is wholly incompatible with the office of Constable (and also with many other forms of employment where such membership cannot but be contrary to the public interest).

Best wishes,


Ali Dizaei
He was loud mouthed, pushy, a thief, a bully who squawked about racism for any reason or none and now he is in prison. He got off very lightly but then he is an ethnic.


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