Scotland Yard admits killer cop guarded Parliament
Former Metropolitan Police officer Wayne Couzens who was jailed for life for kidnapping, murdering and raping marketing executive Sarah Everard was posted to guard the Houses of Parliament, protecting MPs. A senior Parliamentary source admitted.
It is also assumed that Couzens patrolled the US Embassy while he served in the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command. It has also been widely reported that an Eastern European prostitute turned up at the station where he worked to ask for money owed, later admitting to colleagues she was a prostitute and had to pay her. Despite being married he took a prostitute to a colleague’s tenth wedding anniversary at the Hilton Hotel in Maidstone, Kent.
These bombshell revelations have scared MPs who falsely assumed that they worked in one of the safest places on earth totally ignorant they had a killer protecting them. The Speaker of the House of Commons Sir Lindsay Hoyle said he will be speaking with the chastened Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick on why Couzens was deployed to guard them knowing what they know from his HR files.
Meanwhile the Metropolitan Police Commissioner is facing demands to resign and growing calls for a public inquiry into the matter. A YouGov poll suggests 38 percent of Britons believe Cressida Dick should resign, 35 percent were unsure and 27 percent thought she should stay.
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