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Post  Annabel on Sat 28 Apr - 19:47

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Alan Johnson, a former British minister with a small brain


Alan Johnson, former British Minister of the Interior, who stepped down in May 2010, argued yesterday that Theresa May put pressure on the Portuguese government to reopen the investigation into Maddie case. Perhaps this low quality politician has a bad habit, from the time when he was UK-s Interior Minister – giving orders to judges, magistrates and public prosecutor’s. I thought that, in UK, the rule of Law and the independence of the courts was something respected by the Government, since long time ago.
But when I read Mr. Alan Johnson remarks, I realized I may be wrong. In most democratic countries, it’s unacceptable a Government member calling a judge or a public prosecutor and tell them what to do about a crime case. But it seems that Mr. Alan Johnson see this procedure as something normal. I wonder how many times he gave orders to public prosecutors and/or judges. And I also wonder what kind of magistrates, judges and public prosecutors they have in UK, in order to allow a Government member to give them orders.
Anyway, after a few searches online, I found a answer to my questions. It seems that Mr. Alan Johnson was also a very sensitive Interior Minister, who took a great care not to disturb some people and be a nice politician, in their eyes. Like, for example, when he “blocked an independent inquiry into Scotland Yard’s phone hacking investigation in 2009”, as the Leveson Inquiry heard, last March (according to the “Mail Online”:
“Sir Denis O’Connor, the Chief Inspector of Constabulary, said he wanted to examine the case because it raised ‘substantial public confidence issues. But he told the inquiry that his proposed review ‘never really got off the ground’ because the then Home Secretary Alan Johnson had ‘no appetite’ for it.” I still have a question: what changed the former Minister’s “appetite” and made him be so enthusiast about the necessity of putting pressure over the Portuguese Government (????) to reopen Maddie’s case?

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Post  cherry1 on Sat 28 Apr - 19:56

People need to ask themselves, what do they have on Alan Johnson for him to speak outin their defence slagging of the PJ when he knows it was the British police findings that made
them suspects. He is a disgrace and made himself look a total idiot.

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Post  the slave on Sat 28 Apr - 20:02

Quite honestly it was what Alan Johnson said on Panorama that shocked me the most!!!
It was an utter disgrace .
NO politician should EVER get involved in a police case unless he himself is either a personally wronged party or a defendant.
Politics has no place at ALL in this case.
WHY SHOULD IT???? Now that's an interesting question , isn't it?

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Post  Lillyofthevalley on Sat 28 Apr - 21:23

I was in a que in Marks and Spencers yesterday and guess what Johnson was in front of me on his mobile phone I couldn't believe it was him at first he was speaking so very posh, non of that rough Hull accent he puts on when he is on the TV, wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw him.

Wasn't it Alan Johnson the MP who's wife was having an affair with his personal taxi driver last year???? dozy s*d just shows what good he is!!

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Post  kathybelle on Sat 28 Apr - 21:38

Lillyofthevalley wrote:I was in a que in Marks and Spencers yesterday and guess what Johnson was in front of me on his mobile phone I couldn't believe it was him at first he was speaking so very posh, non of that rough Hull accent he puts on when he is on the TV, wouldn't trust him as far as I could throw him.

Wasn't it Alan Johnson the MP who's wife was having an affair with his personal taxi driver last year???? dozy s*d just shows what good he is!!

I said in a previous post that as a former postal worker I have first hand knowledg of the corrupt behaviour of Alan Johnson. He has only got where he has got, because he played many dirty tricks on the postal workers, on behalf of the Government. Johnson's name was mud, in many mail centres up and down the country.

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Post  Lillyofthevalley on Sat 28 Apr - 23:32

Ive heard about him when he worked at the Post Office, wasn't he a union leader then??

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Post  tanszi on Sun 29 Apr - 0:06

and so many people shrugged off politial interference ......... seems standard practice to interfere politically by launching political charm offensives whatever that means ........... he seems confident in his assertions so how many times has this happened before, is this standard practice when the UK wants a certain outcome. just asking jimo.

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Post  jd16 on Sun 29 Apr - 0:25

Seems ironic a former postman when all it would take for the case to be reopened is the cost of a stamp

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Post  kathybelle on Sun 29 Apr - 0:40

Lillyofthevalley wrote:Ive heard about him when he worked at the Post Office, wasn't he a union leader then??

He was Lilly and he was shocking. He never came to our Manchester Mail Centre, he would have been throttled if he had. It makes my blood boil, to think our Union fees were paying Johnson to look after us, when all the time he was doing a deal with the Government, that would eventually get him a seat in Parliament.

Johnson lost us a lot of money, when he brought us out on strikes, he knew we had no chance of winning. We had to come out on strike, because we knew what would happen if we didn't.

No wonder Johnson supports the McCanns he and they are as crooked as each other.


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