Tag Archives: Carlo Neri

Justice must be served

“If you ask me to infiltrate some drug dealers you can’t point the finger at me if I sample the product.” This was the response of a degenerate scumbag of a cop at the Undercover Policing Inquiry when asked what his views were on undercover police deceiving women into having sexual relationships, entering into sham marriages and even having children who they later walked away from, This is the sick mentality of the political police who tried to encourage left-wingers to burn down a Catholic charity shop with the likely result of murdering people in adjoining student accommodation.

Heads must roll, starting with the criminal prosecution of Carlo Soracchi, pictured, the Special Branch cop who wanted the Catholic charity shop firebombed.

Make this story big. Demand justice is served!

This man must be arrested and prosecuted

Pressure must be put on public authorities to bring criminal prosecutions against police agent provocateurs who tried to encourage people to engage in criminal conspiracies, including the burning down of a Catholic charity shop which could have resulted in the murder of people living in adjoining flats.

The Undercover Policing Inquiry heard that officer Carlo Soracchi, who worked undercover using the alias ‘Carlo Neri’, tried to persuade people to firebomb a Catholic charity shop. Justice demands that he must be arrested and prosecuted for this and any other criminal activity that witnesses might testify he engaged in.

Conspiracy to arson and murder

A public enquiry into the role of undercover police was told yesterday that an undercover cop called Carlo Soracchi tried several times to incite people to firebomb a Catholic charity shop in London. Sad to say it wasn’t pointed out that if the arson attack had gone ahead then police officer Carlo Soracchi, who was working under the cover-name of Carlo Neri, would have been responsible for the likely murder of perhaps twenty young foreign language students who lived in accommodation in the same building as the charity shop. It was also part of a terraced row of buildings containing numerous other shops and flats.