Justice For Kevan Thakrar

Kev is suffering from a miscarriage of justice. He needs your help and support...

Noble Cause Corruption

Paul Condon, former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Force describes ‘noble cause corruption’ – the breaking of rules by police officers acting, not for personal gain, but out of  an overdeveloped sense of loyalty to the job……’the majority of officers were prepared to bend the rules. I think they were prepared to massage the evidence, not for their own gain but elaborating on things that were said to make sure that the case had the strongest chance of going through to conviction.’

‘Noble cause corruption’ occurs when the police have in their custody a suspect who they are convinced is guilty but lack the evidence to prove it. In such circumstances officers would , in their own words, ‘bolster’ , ‘enhance’, ‘firm up’, ’embroider’ the evidence by inventing verbal admissions (what used to be known as verballing’) or planting incriminating evidence.

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Miscarriage of Justice

The term miscarriage of justice carries with it the inference of accident but also of death. There is a pressing need to investigate in detail how it has come about that there has been a form of death in this case – the death of justice – and who shall be found responsible.

Joint Enterprise

Joint Enterprise is a charge used when prosecuting an individual proves difficult or impossible.


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Kevan Thakrar A4907AE
HMP Wakefield
5 Love Lane