Jamshid Ali Dizaei worked at the Britain office as a former police officer. However, he rose to prominence when he spoke out against racial prejudice while serving with the London Metropolitan Police. Another reason he was infamous was because of corruption and other deception allegations. Several times, though, he was acquitted of all accusations.
Up to now, you’ve deduced that Ali Dizaei’s life was not a straight line. It was made up of a variety of ups and downs. So, what precisely were the accusations and allegations? And how has he recovered from these traumatic events in his life? Don’t worry; you’ll find all you need to know in the post.
• In early 2000 he was examined by the government intelligence agency because of the allegation of taking bribes, consuming drugs, prostitution, anding for Iran.
• And due to the flaws of operation Helios which was later abandoned and marked complete waste of money, Ali Dizaei faced minor disciplinary action in 2004.
• In March 2007, Dizaei published his book “Not One of Us”, which described his career and investigation he goes under Operation Helios. But before publication, the MPS(member of parliament) stated that “It is a regret that Ali Dizaei has to published this book.”
• Ali Dizaei got suspended from his duty on 18 September when he was investigated in numerous investigations.
- False arrest on 18 July 2008.
- Not paying Waad al-Baghdadi for the website he built.
• On 8 February 2010, he was found guilty, but on 16 May 2011 re-trial was ordered, and he was released with immediate effect.
• Temporary reinstatement to the rank of Commander was given to Dizaei on 1 October 2011.
• In September 2009, the Daily mail asked for an apology and paid him for a defamatory article that they published in their newspaper.
• Ali was accused in September 2008 of misusing corporate credit cards, but no evidence was found for any dishonesty and impropriety in a later investigation.