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Clarke was trapped, he'd been to Yonge's several times on invites - they were both brother freemasons.A villain, Walters also said he had bribed Clarke and had a letter proving it.Firstly they gave the reason it was bad for business, then on the grounds it would sour relations.It also came about that the police would only take part if they could have a script and cases they were willing to discuss (we would be forbidden to ask anything they did not like or unexpectedly put to them of an embarrassing nature) We said no, as this would not get a proper response on air especially to cases they would prefer not to discuss.
The police continued to turn his friends by coercion and threats until all the selected witnesses told lies and anyone supporting him was suppressed. Justice Marshall failed to conceal his hate for Ward for bringing the scandal down on England.
Meiklejohn warned Benson and Kurr that nosey cop Chief Inspector Clarke was getting ready to pounce.
Yonge entered the plan, and got Clarke to visit him on the Isle - of - Wight. This turned later and Yonge said he'd paid 50 to Clarke.
From this beginning, the police were never able to shake off corruption, its smell never escaped the corridors of power even though some introduced 'sweeping' and 'special teams' to eradicate it --- they were not successful, and never have been.
All such investigations have been 'cosmetic' and ' a publicity stunt' in order to allay public fears.
It was obviously better to do this than allow the public to believe there may be widespread corruption in the force -- but this would have been so if the public had been aware of three other officers on trial with him were being sent to jail for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.