... at long last. http://www.guardian.co.uk/attackonlondon/story/0,16132,1653128,00.html Vaguely promising. Despite de Menezes' parents remaining as vocal as ever on the murder of their son, things have been quiet on this for a while. Blair & co stood by their story until an IPCC report contradicting pretty much everything they said was leaked to the public. Having said that, the IPCC investigation into the leaked report was opened on August 26th at the bequest not of the irrate IPCC but the Met. This latest investigation into the discrepancies between Blair's attempted character assassination and the IPCC's findings comes 3 months later. It seems the home office can prosecute people who have demonstrated the corruption right at the top of the British Police Service with great alacrity, but are highly reticent to pick up their feet in actually aiding the course of justice. I wonder what finally brought Clarke round to his senses. The investigation will also cover the attempts by Blair to block the ongoing IPCC enquiry into the shooting itself, scheduled to finish around the same time as this new one. The Met unsuccessfully objected to the IPCC's strong criticism of the Met's obstruction - another case of the Met going after the people who've caught them red-handed! Is this rabid dog going to be put down, or will this go the way of the Butler report and bottle out of bringing the guilty to account?