An Institutional Loser
Sir Ian Blair Jean Charles de Menezes Blair, the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, has accused the British press of ' institutional racism' over the volume of press coverage given to the murders of whites, such as the 2002 murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, as opposed to the murders of ethnic minorities.
Wells and Chapman, both 10, were murdered by a pervert with a history of statutory rape whom defective screening procedures, includeing the involvement of the police, had enabled to obtain a post as a school caretaker.
He also criticised the volume of coverage given to the murder of Tom ap Rhys Pryce earlier this month, in comparison with other murders.
ap Rhys Pryce was stabbed by robbers yards from his home - hardly a glowing advertisement for the style of policing practiced by Blair.