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PostSubject: Jailed Top Cop 'Knocked Out By Inmate'   Wed Feb 24, 2010 4:35 am

Jailed police commander Ali Dizaei has been seriously assaulted at a Suffolk prison, according to reports

An inmate launched the alleged attack at Edmunds Hill Prison by
pouring a bucket of excrement over his head, the Daily Mirror quoted an
unnamed prison source as saying.

The officer was then punched in the face, leaving him unconscious, the paper continued.

The Mirror said he was moved to the prison on Friday after fears for his safety. He is currently in seclusion.

Dizaei is serving a four-year prison sentence after he was convicted of
threatening behaviour and falsely arresting a businessman in a row
about money

Dizaei (pictured right) after he arrested Mr al Baghdadi (left)

During the trial, the court heard the 47-year-old got into a row with Waad al Baghdadi over £600, which Dizaei owed him for work on a website.

After a scuffle outside a restaurant, Dizaei arrested the 24-year-old Iraqi and attempted to frame him for assault.

Chairman of the Independent Police Complaints Commission Nick Hardwick branded Dizaei a "criminal in uniform".

Dizaei is still a Metropolitan police commander though he is no
longer being paid. He's expected to be stripped of his rank and
officially sacked within weeks, after Scotland Yard disciplinary
proceedings are complete. He is appealing against his conviction.

A Ministry of Justice spokeswoman said: "A prisoner at HMP Edmunds
Hill was assaulted. Staff intervened and he was moved to a place of

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