& # 39; White feather & # 39; met Chief Sir Craig Mackey gets a pension pot that is 12 times larger than the widow of PC Keith Palmer

The police chief who did not help kill Keith Palmer is queuing for a pension pot that is 12 times larger than that of his widow.
Deputy Met Commissioner Sir Craig Mackey was accused of cowardice for having locked himself in his car at the Westminster attack.
Getty Images – Getty Sir Craig Mackey receives as much as £ 154,000 a year. Based on current income, he can earn up to £ 154,000 per year, or £ 12,800 per month when he retires in December.
Michelle Palmer, 35, is believed to remain with £ 12,757 a year's widow's pension.
Retired Chief Inspector Mick Neville, who spent 28 years in the Met, said last night: "When the audience looks at the courage of PC Palmer to stop a terrorist, Mr. Mackey's contributions will assess who is the most retirement. "
Sir Craig, 56, was meters away from unarmed PC Palmer, 48, when he was stabbed by the jihadist Khalid Masood last March. Sir Craig was at that time acting with Commissioner and earned £ 225,657 per year.
The widow of Pixel Keith Palmer receives only a widow's pension of £ 12,757 a year. He avoids possible disciplinary measures if he leaves after 34 years of service.
Inspect Matt Webb, of the Sussex Police Federation, said his actions on that day were inexcusable and called him to be stripped of his knighthood.
Online jokers changed a picture of Sir Craig who got his cultivation energy and replaced it with a white feather – a symbol of cowardice.
With chef Cressida Dick said: "Sir Craig had absolutely no possibility to save PC Palmer."
PA: Press Association The Keith Palmer family is considering a civil claim for compensation for his death. And coroner Mark Lucraft QC told last week that inquest Sir Craig could not have done anything to stop the attack.
Scotland Yards antiterror chief Neil Basu called the cowardice claims "disgusting".
Sir Craig said that he had remained in the vehicle with two civilian colleagues because they had no protective equipment or a radio.
He tried to get out of the car but was advised by a security guard on the site to leave.
Michelle Palmer says her husband was "left in a vulnerable place without protection to die." He only wore a club and CS spray.
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She had received a lump sum of £ 114,000 from the Met for his death. It is understood that they are considering a civil claim for compensation.
Masood's fury left five dead behind. The Friday judgment in the Old Bailey found that he had been lawfully murdered.
A Met-spokeswoman declined to comment on pensions.
Ex-Met agent Peter Bleksley saves Sir Craig Mackey because he did not help PC Keith Palmer during the terrorist attack on Khalid Masood Westminster