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Murder In The Car Park  Rating: Inside Monaco: Playground Of The Rich Rating: There's a doctorate waiting for the first psychologist to publish a scientific paper on PC-PLoD syndrome — Post Constabulary Persistent and Loquacious Droning

por Elbert Birdwood (2020-06-30)


Murder In The Car Park 

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Inside Monaco: Playground Of The Rich

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There's a doctorate waiting for the first psychologist to publish a scientific paper on PC-PLoD syndrome — Post Constabulary Persistent and Loquacious Droning.

In other words, an old copper who never shuts up.

Getting information out of them when they're on the force is a constant frustration. 'We are not at liberty to comment on an ongoing investigation,' they intone.

1 year agoAnd: 'That information is classified at the present time.' Yes, but... 'No further questions.'

There's a doctorate waiting for the first psychologist to publish a scientific paper on PC-PLoD syndrome — Post Constabulary Persistent and ??????? Loquacious Droning.

Pictured Matthew Batte starring as Daniel Morgan in Murder In The Car Park

The minute they hang up their lanyards, it all changes. Buy an ex-detective a pint, ask him about a case 30 years ago and he'll talk himself hoarse — then email you details he forgot to mention.

The producers of the true crime documentary Murder In The Car Park (C4) recklessly invited about a dozen former crime squad officers from a South London nick to tell them about an unsolved killing from 1987.

These shows usually run to an hour. The opening episode of this one lasted over 90 minutes, and the story barely got going.

We heard the minutiae of the case from every view-point, with old CID scores being settled and ancient grievances dredged up.