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Harvey Proctor demands ‘full transparency’ over Michael Lockwood exit

The former Conservative deputy who was involved in the false scandal of the ‘VIP pedophile ring’ demands ‘total transparency’ about the departure of the police control body

  • Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor was falsely accused by pedophile Carl Beech
  • Proctor said Michael Lockwood must state reason for IOPC resignation
  • The IOPC and the Home Office have refused to fully explain his departure.

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A victim of VIP abuse liar Carl Beech has called for “full transparency” over the resignation of a police watchdog facing a landmark sex allegation.

Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor, who was falsely accused by the pedophile Beech, said Michael Lockwood must clarify why he resigned from the Independent Office for Police Conduct.

In a statement on Friday night, Lockwood said he was leaving his £190,000 a year job as CEO with immediate effect for “personal and domestic” reasons.

Both the IOPC and the Home Office have refused to fully explain his departure, plunging the watchdog into a crisis.

Vip Abuse Liar Carl Beech (Pictured) Lost His Appeal To Have His 18-Year Prison Sentence Reduced In November

Former Tory Mp Harvey Proctor, Who Was Falsely Accused By Pedophile Beech, Said Michael Lockwood Must Clarify Why He Resigned From The Independent Office For Police Conduct.

Former Tory Mp Harvey Proctor, Who Was Falsely Accused By Pedophile Beech, Said Michael Lockwood Must Clarify Why He Resigned From The Independent Office For Police Conduct.

Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor, who was falsely accused by pedophile Carl Beech (pictured left), said Michael Lockwood (pictured right) must clarify why he resigned from the Independent Office for Police Conduct.

Proctor said Lockwood’s vague explanation for his resignation was “insufficient” because of his crucial role in overseeing investigations into rogue cops. And he reiterated his demand that the IOPC reopen its investigation into Scotland Yard’s disastrous VIP abuse investigation, Operation Midland, something Mr Lockwood refused to sanction.

Mr Proctor, who was awarded £500,000 compensation for his treatment by the Met during Midland, said: “Michael Lockwood has consistently refused to reopen the IOPC inquiry report on Midland.” He has now resigned for personal reasons.

“There must be full transparency about the reasons for his resignation, since he has been in charge of the main police cases. There should be no indication that he has committed the sin of flagrant hypocrisy in his dealings with matters of public interest.

BBC broadcaster Paul Gambaccini, who faced false sex allegations in another chaotic Met investigation, said: “Although Midland was not my case, I became very familiar with the wrongfully accused during the time we were all trying to find out why malicious nonsense was happening to him.” us and others.

‘The determination of the Metropolitan Police to cover up their mistakes, and the assistance the IOPC has given them in doing so, puts the law enforcement profession to shame. The investigation must be reopened.

Sources confirmed that Lockwood, 63, had resigned after a landmark allegation of a sexual nature was made against him.

It relates to alleged conduct when he was 20 years old and lived in Humberside.

Interior Minister Suella Braverman said she had asked her officials to ask her to resign or face immediate suspension.

Based on the wild accusations by Beech, formerly known as ‘Nick’, police raided the homes of establishment figures, including former army chief Lord Bramall. Since then, Beech has been jailed for 18 years for fraud, lying and sexual offenses against minors.

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