Sally Ling (Account suspended)

Dear Independent Office for Police Conduct,

Casework Manager Sarah Turner stated the following in paragraph 1 of IOPC Decision letter, ref: 2017/082079 (14 December 2018):

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"1. You state that the investigation is not proportionate to the nature of the allegations. Whilst I agree that the allegations you have made are serious in nature, however the evidence does not corroborate your assertions. A proportionate investigation looks at the allegations made and the evidence available. You have made assertions perjury and of collusion between the police and the court/Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and you have set out an analysis of this in the Appeal of 22 April 2017 and your report of 19 February 2018, but these are your interpretations and observations, which are not supported by the evidence."

The referred to document of 19 February 2018 appears to contain facts which are not open to interpretation.

19 February 2018 report (Proposed areas to be investigated)
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Please provide the paragraph numbers in the above report which correspond to the analysis referred to in the IOPC decision letter (ref: 2017/082079).

Yours faithfully,

Sally Ling

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Sally Ling (Account suspended)

Dear Independent Office for Police Conduct,

Perhaps this is it?

Extract from appeal to IOPC of Humberside police’s
Proportionate Investigation
(Misrepresenting IOPC’s letter of 29 August 2017)

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"Secondly, collusion between the police and the CPS/Courts concerning the lack of securing CCTV and rights to legal representation were only examples of the collusion and potential new complaints which is verified by the abbreviation, ‘etc’, appended to those suggestions. Crucially the 22 April 2017 appeal concerned among other things, but predominantly, inconsistencies in the witnesses’ accounts. Written statements are inconsistent with one another and with what had been verbally stated before they were taken and conflict further with other material in the trial bundle. An analysis of all the inconsistencies I have so far identified is comprehensively set out in the 22 April 2017 appeal and report of 19 February 2018 (paras 8 to 12)."

Yours faithfully,

Sally Ling

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