Director of Public Prosecutions

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Employment.png Director of Public Prosecutions 


The Director of Public Prosecutions is an important job for the UK Deep state to control.


In 2019, documents emerged which revealed Peter Hayman escaped prosecution in 1978 after his solicitor personally lobbied the director of public prosecutions.[1]


Office Holders on Wikispooks

Alison Saunders1 November 2013
Keir Starmer1 November 20081 November 2013
Ken Macdonald20031 November 2008
David Calvert-Smith19982003
Barbara Mills19921998
Allan Green19873 October 1991Resigned after being spotted curb crawling
Thomas Hetherington19771987First head of CPS.
Norman Skelhorn19641977
Theobald Mathew19441964Longest serving DPP


Related Quotation

Kincora Boys' Home“It is clear that there is a continuing cover-up of the unsavoury activities that took place at the Kincora boys' home in East Belfast during the early seventies. After studying a Royal Ulster Constabulary file, the Director of Public Prosecutions recently decided that there are to be no further prosecutions in connection with allegations of homosexuality involving civil servants, military officers and Ulster politicians.”Stephen DorrilSeptember 1983

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