Friday, 6 December 2019

Sussex Police Hypocrisy

Praised for arresting a teacher for a cupboard full of dried plants, Sussex police are exhibiting hypocrisy on an industrial scale, following the release of the 'Leachman Statement', which proves cooperation between Sussex police and a known criminal, concerning a fire-arm, 3000 rounds of ammunition and a cannabis factory.

As Spirit FM News states:

A man's been jailed after a police dog was able to find cannabis worth almost £50,000 in his flat in Sussex.

Police Dog Basil helped officers find sweet-shop style jars and plastic containers containing the drug that were stored all over the property in Ditchling Rise in Brighton.
They were discovered in cupboards, compartments and under a sofa bed in the property during a drugs warrant carried out on October 2nd, along with around £15,000 in cash and various drug paraphernalia.
In total, more than 5kg of cannabis with an estimated street value of around £45,000 was seized. It had been labelled in various forms including ‘Blueberry Pie’, ‘Orange Bud’ and ‘Gelato 33’ – all strains of cannabis.

With nothing else to do but throw vast resources at low level crime, namely by arresting a hard-working teacher, providing essential medicine and stress relief to the community.

The owner of the property, 53-year-old self-employed teacher Kim Wijesuriya, was arrested and charged with possession with intent to supply cannabis.
He pleaded guilty to the offence and was sentenced to two years' imprisonment at Lewes Crown Court.
The drugs and associated paraphernalia were seized and destroyed.
"Acting on intelligence, our officers executed a drugs warrant at Wijesuriya’s address and discovered a significant quantity of cannabis which was clearly prepared with the intent of distribution.
"This seizure will prevent these drugs from being circulated and causing harm in the community."
Rose Horan, investigating officer, Sussex Police

Relying on making arrests of low level crimes, (that only brings satisfaction, stress relief and enjoyment to the people who use it); Sussex Police have shown an alarming level of hypocrisy, after the leaked John Hoath emails, reveal a link between Sussex Police and a known criminal called Winston Leachman, by supplying a known criminal with a fire-arm and 3000 rounds, while accepting brides, earned from the proceeds of a cannabis factory.

John Paterson set to be released, following publication of The Hoath Emails.

The Leachman Statement reveals the link between a known criminal and Sussex Police.


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