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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-34346798

 

 

So.  Primark had the balls to say it wasn't as she was saying........she's been charged with intent to pervert......and pleaded guilty to doing so.............

 

 

So.  The question occurs to me is this...............if we'll charge somebody with that when she's found to lie about an incident not involving the police, why won't we charge people when they make false claims about police officers/forces?

 

 

 

 

Is it because Primark care more about their reputation and the reputation of their staff than police forces do?

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-33520970

 

 

This is the original story..........

 

"The Free to Feed group posted: "This is absolutely disgusting. Primark sort it out!! This woman deserves more than a public apology! I actually feel sick with rage."

 

 

I do hope they'll post something in response to this interesting turn of events...........

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She should be made an example of.  As for the same regarding false complaints against the Police. Well just ask the PSD or make an allegation against them and what happens. In the case of a certain  Chief Inspector Butress, in Manchester you get accused of fraud, cleared by a jury, but later convicted on a disciplinary of the same circumstances and dismissed.  While all of this is going on Kent Constabulary are still investigating his complaints against the PSD. Thwere are two laws in this country, one for the Police and one for others.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leicestershire-34346798

 

 

So.  Primark had the balls to say it wasn't as she was saying........she's been charged with intent to pervert......and pleaded guilty to doing so.............

 

 

So.  The question occurs to me is this...............if we'll charge somebody with that when she's found to lie about an incident not involving the police, why won't we charge people when they make false claims about police officers/forces?

 

 

 

 

Is it because Primark care more about their reputation and the reputation of their staff than police forces do?

I have no doubt that is the case.

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