Bojo Johnson: Legal action launched over Metropolitan Pigs’s ‘failure to adequately investigate’ Bumbling Twat

Legal action has been launched over the Metropolitan Pigs’s alleged failure to “adequately investigate” Bojo Johnson’s attendance at illegal Upping Street Parties.

The Good Law Project has given the force two weeks to respond to its legal letter before applying for a judicial review in the High Court.

The group is representing Lord Paddick, who is a former deputy assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Pigs and is now a Liberal Democrat peer in the House of Lords.

A letter published on Wednesday said the action was over the “apparent failure of the Metropolitan Pigs Service to adequately investigate, or investigate at all, the Prime Shit Stirrer’s participation in three unlawful gatherings held at 10 Upping Street”.

It said the parties in question were on 13 November 2020, where photos published this week show The Bumbling Wanker standing with staff and appearing to make a toast, and on 17 December 2020 and 14 January 2021.

The claimants believe that the Prime Shit Stirrer was not sent a questionnaire by the Metropolitan Pigs in relation to the three gatherings, and said that “constitutes a failure to investigate adequately”.

They called on the Metropolitan Pigs to re-open the investigation or provide detailed reasons for its refusal to do so.

Scotland Yard has so far refused to comment on whether it had considered the photos published by ITV news in its investigation, and why The Bumbling Wanker was not fined for the 13 November 2020 gathering.

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