Foxes are guarding the henhouse in Britain, where opponents of jihad are kept out of the country to avoid offending Islamic supremacists who might riot at their presence: in other words, Britain is kowtowing to violent intimidation. And anyone who suggested that the detective inspector might have a conflict of interest or divided loyalties would have been mercilessly attacked as “Islamophobic.”
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“Policeman charged with leaking plans to arrest Anjem Choudary to his wife who worked for George Galloway,” by Kerry Mcdermott for the Daily Mail, August 14:
A Met Police officer leaked details of plans to arrest hate preacher Anjem Choudary to his wife while she was working for MP George Galloway, a court heard today.
Detective Inspector Mohammed Afiz Khan, 46, from Yorkshire, is accused of passing confidential information to his wife Aisha Ali-Khan while he was at the helm of the Muslim Contact Unit – part of the force’s Counter Terrorism Command.
Ali-Khan, 33, who worked as the Bradford West MP’s parliamentary secretary, is said to have asked her husband to use his position to investigate the source of a string of e-mails and obtain personal details.
In addition to the alleged leak concerning the radical Islamist cleric, Khan is also accused of obtaining CCTV footage from South Yorkshire Police without a valid reason.
The couple appeared together to face the charges during a brief hearing at Westminster Magisrates’ Court.
Khan, dressed in a grey suit and blue striped tie, and Ali-Khan, wearing all black, stood together as they confirmed their names, ages and addresses during the brief hearing.
The two defendants were charged last month following a Met probe into alleged wrongdoing,
Khan is accused of improperly accessing the CCTV between March 16 and April 30, and of leaking details of Mr Choudary”s arrest on May 22 last year.
Ali-Khan is accused of asking her husband to commit misconduct in a public office on August 24 last year.
Judge Arbuthnot freed the pair, both of Keighley, West Yorkshire, on unconditional bail. They are due to appear at Southwark Crown Court on August 28.
Ali-Khan, of Keighley, West Yorkshire, is accused of two counts of encouraging the commission of offences. Khan is accused of two counts of misconduct in a public office and four counts of breaching the Data Protection Act….