Wednesday, December 8, 2004

NSW Cop suspect in murder?

Police Selective Commission? So how does the PIC decide police integrity overall?

A sacked Sydney police officer has finished giving testimony at a hearing into his corrupt activities over the past eight years. Christopher John Laycock was yesterday recalled to the witness stand at the Police Integrity Commission (PIC).

Laycock was selected by the PIC because he wouldn't play the Police game 'Nobel Cause Corruption'? Instead he went his own way 'monkey see monkey do' so the PIC wrapped him up and bundled him out?

He was questioned about his role in an investigation into the fatal shooting of a man in Sydney's inner-west last year after he was allegedly killed for not paying up for his drugs.

Police wouldn't be behind the killing would they? Police weren't supplying the drugs? Killing the man because they never got paid?


Because police don't have guns? And cannot cover up investigations? Because they don't investigate themselves do they?

And to top it off police don't sell drugs? Therefore the fatal shooting of a man in Sydney's inner-west last year will be swept under the carpet?

The 33-year-old has already confessed that he accepted money from a murder suspect in the case. A murder suspect he colluded with no doubt and in any case would make Laycock no less guilty than the killer. Question is why isn't Laycock a suspect in the murder?

He has maintained that a police report that he filed was not written to take the heat off the suspect?

In earlier evidence, Mr Laycock admitted that he tipped off a suspect in a pornography investigation in exchange for payment.

The commission has also heard that he proposed to kidnap and extort money from criminals.

Criminals? People! And no less than the criminal Laycock and no less than the Criminal police who purport to solve crimes everyday but instead commit to the Carr governments Noble Cause Corruption because it's politically correct.

But when they decide to work for themselves because the law is corrupt anyway the PIC wallops them.

What the public need is for Laycock to be questioned about what led him to start working for himself and whether he had to set other people up for crimes they didn't commit to appease his superiors which led to him to start working for himself.

He was a detective at Burwood police station in Sydney's west before his sacking last month.

The hearing will resume today.

By Starsky and Hutch 8 December 04

Will Laycock get a pension after he goes to jail like the police informer M5 who gave evidence at the Wood Royal Commission against six other corrupt cops who wouldn't play the game? Just shows you how committed the police are they pay victims compensation to the offenders.


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