Our thanks to Mike P for this. The start of the piece in the Telegraph:
Harvey Proctor is considering suing Scotland Yard over the “intolerable stress and strain” he was forced to endure during the catastrophic Operation Midland investigation.
The former Tory MP said he had consulted his lawyers following Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe’s grovelling apology for the 18 months of hell he suffered after being falsely accused of raping, torturing and murdering young boys.
The 69-year-old, who lost his job and his home, as a result of the police investigation, said he was not the same person he had been two years ago.
Mr Proctor was finally absolved of any wrongdoing when Sir Richard Henriques published a damning report into the Met’s handing of the VIP child abuse probe last week.
We hope Mr Proctor will bring the case. In June 2014 AVfM published my article on Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, London Police Commissioner to follow feminists’ guidance on how to deal with sexual offence cases.
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