Today, it became apparent that Scotland Yard has opened a serious criminal investigation into allegations of anti-Semitic abuse linked to members of the Labour party.
Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, said officers had reviewed a party dossier detailing a shocking 45 cases of alleged horrific anti-Semitism that was originally passed to her on the 4th September by the radio station LBC.
“We have been assessing some material that was passed to me, in a radio studio of all things, about two months ago and we are now investigating some of that material because it appears there may have been a crime committed,” Dick said.
Former senior police officer Mak Chishty said that 17 instances should have been reported to the police for investigation, and another four were potential race hate crimes.
After all the years of lefties lecturing everyone from some artificial platform of morality, preaching diversity, and demanding others be charged for ‘hate crimes’, they are getting a taste of their own medicine.
Dick stated, “We are liaising immediately with the Crown Prosecution Service and I hope we will be able to clear that up very quickly.”
The broadcaster passed Dick an internal leaked Labour dossier detailing 45 cases involving messages posted by party members on social media. One horrific post read: “We shall rid the Jews who are a cancer on us all.”
These four included the horrific post referred to above; the sharing of a link to an allegedly antisemitic blog; and an entry referring to “a Zionist extremist MP […] who hates civilised people, about to get a good kicking”.
A spokesman for the Met added: “The complainant alleged that the documentation included evidence of antisemitic hate crimes.”
“The contents have been examined by specialist officers. A criminal investigation has commenced into some of the allegations within the documentation.”
The socialists responded by saying, “The Labour party has a robust system for investigating complaints of alleged breaches of Labour party rules by its members.”
“Where someone feels they have been a victim of crime, they should report it to the police in the usual way.”
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