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Met promises ‘more efficient’ corruption


By embracing emerging technologies, London’s police force hope to offer a more comprehensive and time sensitive range of dishonest practise. Fortunately, with today’s social media, they can now get their sleaze-ridden message out to the wider community in an instant.


One retired Inspector lamented the lost opportunities: 'Having illegal access to a range of global data, would have opened the door to vast array of disinformation. It’s so disappointing to see innocent people unharassed'. A spokesman confirmed: 'New Officers will be able to connect with traditional policing values of incompetence and vice with our Entrapment App, Bribery Paypal Account and Racism Feed.'





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