High Court dismiss challenge to CPS decision not to prosecute undercover police officer
The High Court has dismissed a challenge to a decision by the Crown Prosecution Service not to prosecute former undercover police officer Jim Boyling under the Sexual Offences Act 1956 and for Misconduct in Public Office in respect of his deceitful sexual relationship with an environmental activist known by the pseudonym of ‘Monica’.
The Court dismissed the submission that Jim Boyling’s state sponsored deception as to his identity served to vitiate, or negate, Monica’s consent. Monica is considering whether to apply for leave to appeal the High Court’s judgment. Continue reading “Monica disappointed by today’s dismissal”