Former Metropolitan police commander Ali Dizaei has been cleared of all the corruption charges laid against him, by the Court of Appeal.
More than a year ago, The Akh wrote a piece titled “It’s All White At Scotland Yard” which showed how the biggest gang in the UK, The Met, had systematically removed all high level Muslims from their command positions – can you imagine a Muslim being the actual commander?
At the time, The Akh said he had been framed, with the entire case being centred around an unpaid debt over a website, with one singular star witness for the prosecution, who has been exposed as a fraud.
This all shows how desperate The Met were to get rid off Dizaei, with spurious allegations that he was spying for Iran being a prime example of how badly they wanted shot of their own commander.
Dizaei described his time in prison as hell and like “putting a hand in a wasps’ nest” as he lived alongside the kind of criminals he had spent over two decades trying to jail, reminds me of Tango & Cash.
With a retrial imminent, it will be interesting to see what tactics the institutionally racist met police will wheel out to save face.