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CCC clears O'Callaghan

Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 15 June, 2012 - 2:00 PM
Cleared of misconduct, Karl O'Callaghan is ready to extend his contract as Commissioner.

Police commissioner Karl O'Callaghan has been cleared of any misconduct by the Corruption and Crime Commission relating to last years Kelmscott Roleystone bushfire. Mr O'Callaghan spoke at a press conference today about the findings.

 

Blog comments Your Say

  • let's get this straight; the commissioner of police has repeatedly gone out of his way to protect and promote his own AFTER they have been exposed committing serious misconduct and lying eg. officers given promotions, extended paid time off and plush jobs in the private sector after being exposed as lying during testimony and knowingly providing false evidence - Andrew Mallard, protecting and promoting officers involved in torturing Kevin Spratt at the Perth Watch House. Again, the commissioner and his henchmen knowingly provided false information and vitriolic lies on a media presented flow chart to 'win the public over' against the victim. It is of no surprise whatsoever that such a commissioner, when put on the hot spot re his own negligence, will lie just like any other corrupt police officer. police officers are never 'partially corrupt'. once a police officer allows himself to lie, distort the truth or commit misconduct, there's no turning back. karl o'callaghan quite simply lied during the investigation (re time and content of gregson call and subsequent chronology of events) because lying was the easier option when it came down to how ugly it looked ie chairman and commissioner 'watching the cricket' whilst 71 homes ablaze!! it wasn't a matter of culpability, it was a matter of whether to disclose details that might attach some more public mud to a very politically minded commissioner or lying. when the pressure's on, a corrupt officer will choose the latter every single time...what has transpired from that time is like a page straight out of George Orwell's Animal Farm.

    apathyhurtsusall Wednesday 27 June, 2012 - 10:17 AM

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