Archive for April 11th, 2016
That retaliation can take many forms such as: Making a malicious arrest on exaggerated charges, issuing harassment notices, sending out officers to discourage or misinform the complainant, placing untrue allegations about the complainant on intelligence systems, making malicious referrals to outside agencies and so on.
Should the subject of such spiteful retaliation make a further complaint he is often dismissed as paranoid or a vexatious complainant.
As a whole the police do not believe that their conduct should be scrutinised. So what if a police officer threatened you with arrest if you didn’t let him search you without reasonable suspicion? If you’d done as you were told then he wouldn’t have to bend the law in the first place. So what if an officer telephoned you and insisted you come to the station for ‘a chat’ or he would raid your house and arrest you? How else is an officer going to trick you into the station against your will and without a warrant?