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Mind How You Go

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We’ll All Be Murdered in Our Beds! by Duncan Campbell

Author:Duncan Campbell , Date: June 20, 2019

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Author:Duncan Campbell

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781783961344

Publisher: Elliott & Thompson
14

Mind How You Go

Cops and Hacks

In his last address as president to the Superintendents’ Association conference in Bristol before his elevation to the House of Lords in 1998, Brian Mackenzie – shortly to become Baron Mackenzie of Framwellgate – told a story about a gravestone bearing the legend ‘Here lies a journalist and an honest man’ to which the response had been ‘I didn’t know you could put two bodies in the same grave!’ Much laughter.

Around the same time, the Police Federation’s magazine, Police, ran a cartoon which portrayed the press as machine-gun-wielding chaps firing wildly from a balcony at two unarmed constables. Simultaneously, in the magazine Policing Today Elizabeth Neville, at that time the chairwoman of the media advisory group for the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO), concluded an article by saying that ‘the public has little right to know much about individuals. It has developed an expectation – fed by a prurient press – and I should like to see that curtailed.’

These were the early signs that relations between the police and the media were starting to cool, although it was not until 2011 and the Leveson Inquiry into the culture of the media and the arrests of scores of journalists in connection with the phone hacking scandal that the chill reached freezing point.

How had it come to this?

We can go back all the way to 1877, when the press was transfixed by the so-called Trial of the Detectives. According to The Times of 27 October, the trial ‘continues to excite great public interest both in and outside the court and hundreds of people continue to throng the Old Bailey from day to day in the vain hope of gaining admission or gleaning some information as to the progress of the trial and its probable result’.

The trial had arisen out of a police investigation into two con-men who had fooled gullible wealthy people into thinking that they had a fail-safe betting method. The investigation was hampered by tip-offs to the pair from within Scotland Yard which eventually led to the arrests of the officers. At the end of a forty-eight-day trial, three detectives and a solicitor were convicted and jailed and one detective was acquitted.

The Daily Telegraph, in the early years of its commitment to covering trials in great detail, reported on its conclusion: ‘everyone who possessed a curious mind or whose strange idiosyncrasy was to watch this long mental agony of five of their fellow-creatures – unfortunate, however guilty; miserable, however innocent – had made himself or herself familiar with the features, the nervousness, the stolidity or the anxiety, as the case might be, of the four police officers and the solicitor.’ The Telegraph even described the scene, familiar in some aspects to court reporters of the present day, when the jury has retired to consider its verdict and the judge has also left the court: ‘the long pent up silence gives way to what looks like heartless animation.’

Baying crowds greeted the arrival of the police

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