Confession of a Police Informer

Below is a confession of a Police Informer.

Paul Turner is a self confessed Police Informer and this is the reason Lancashire Police have failed to charge him with a number of crimes he has committed.

Below is a copy of his Industrial Tribunal (a public document), started by Paul Turner of Skelmersdale after being sacked by his former employer.  He started the tribunal as a vendetta as he had clearly told Police in an official statement, that his dismissal was for legitimate reasons! (read about that here).  The tribunal of course, failed.

The point being made is not really whether Paul Turner is a Police Informer or not, the Point is that Lancashire Police have INTENTIONALLY allowed a Police Informer to commit crimes against Paul Ponting.  Not only that, but Lancashire Police participated in the attack against Paul Ponting by starting (and failing) a Malicious Prosecution against him! (read about that here)

Lancashire Police CID Sergeant,  DS Andy Langton also (and intentionally) provided private and confidential information about Paul Ponting’s young children to the Informer, Paul Turner, to allow him to use it to further target and harass the innocent family.  (read about DS Langton data breach here)

This page provides further evidence that Paul Turner is a ‘self confessed’ Police Informer which, adds significant weight to the allegation that Lancashire Police have acted ‘inappropriately’ and ‘maliciously’ against a true victim of crime for their own means.  This is Police Corruption.

The LAST page, Page 7, is the confession by Turner of being a Police Informer.

He has also been identified by a Police Officer in a recorded conversation that he is a Police informer. READ HERE

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