Saturday, April 7, 2012

Scotland Yard's racism scandal deepens as vile abuse of Asian shop manager is revealed

The racism crisis engulfing Scotland Yard took a dramatic turn last night as an officer was exposed for abusing an Asian takeaway manager.

In an appalling drunken outburst, PC Philip Juhasz, 31, told the Pakistani to ‘go back to your f****** country’. The disgraced officer faces the sack for gross misconduct after being convicted of a racially aggravated public order offence.

But the case raises serious questions about the determination of police to stamp out all traces of racism among their ranks.

Senior black officers in the Metropolitan police said warnings about growing prejudice have been falling on deaf ears for almost a decade.

They claimed the lessons from the murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence are yet to be learned, almost 13 years after the

Met was branded ‘institutionally racist’. Senior officers fear the crisis has overshadowed the massive boost created by the long-awaited conviction of his racist killers Gary Dobson and David Norris. Read More