The Metropolitan Police failed to hand over a dossier on the College Green attack on Nick Griffin to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) within the required six month period, which resulted in no prosecutions being launched, a Freedom of Information (FOI) request has revealed.
The FOI request was submitted by British National Party sleazebuster and parliamentary candidate for Dagenham and Rainham, Mick Barnbrook, after video and photographic evidence emerged clearly showing UAF thugs throwing missiles and darts at the BNP leader.
“As a former Met Police inspector, I was astonished that no one had even been charged for this obvious criminal act,” Mr Barnbrook told BNP news.
“I submitted an FOI request to the CPS asking them for their reasons why no prosecutions had followed.
“Their answer was that no charges were brought because the Met Police submitted the papers to the CPS too late,” Mr Barnbrook said.
“There are only two possible explanations for this travesty: incompetence or maliciousness. I suspect the latter,” he added.
The CPS explanation is directly contradictory to the explanation given by the police to Mr Griffin.
“When I asked the police why there had been no prosecution, they told me that the CPS has advised them there was little or no chance of success,” Mr Griffin told BNP News.
“Either the CPS or the police are lying, one of the two. I suppose we should not expect better from the politically correct Labour and Tory slaves who ultimately control these decisions,” he said.
* In a separate but related FOI request, Mr Barnbrook also extracted an admission from the police that the UAF did not have permission to have their counter demonstration near Parliament.
“The law states very clearly that anyone who holds a demonstration near Parliament ipso facto commits an offence,” Mr Barnbrook said.
“Despite the Met admitting this in writing, they still have not charged anyone in the UAF with holding that demonstration.
“One can only imagine how quickly they would have arrested BNP members demonstrating without permission outside Parliament. Once again, it seems that there are two sets of laws: one for indigenous Britons and another for those who attack British people,” Mr Barnbrook said.