Monday, 6 April 2009

Another Police Murder, Whitewash Under Way


He looks an immediate danger to the public order, doesn't he?

Seems that there are inconvenient witnesses.

Is Jack Straw's secret inquest bill operational yet? Wouldn't want the Metropolitan Police Farce embarrassed yet again, would we?

The Penguin

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

On a different note, check this shit: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/scienceandtechnology/technology/technologynews/5105519/Internet-records-to-be-stored-for-a-year.html

The taxpayer is being charged so every website we look at can be made available to councils and quangos in the name of stopping terrorism.

The Economic Voice said...

There must be reams of video footage available?

Anonymous said...

The Economic Voice said...
There must be reams of video footage available?

Unfortunately, they were all out of action that day. It's the normal excuse, anyway.

K. MacEgan said...

Police evidence can go missing.Or of course as in the case of PC O'Keeffe of Hertfordshire Constabulary they can just steal stuff.

Anonymous said...

police caging tactics appeared to allow innocent bystanders to be caught up.

They switched off the cctv in the area to i believe.

defender said...

So, would this be classed as a murder?
Any legal eagles here to give some thoughts?

For the web police,
A normal mountain bike can easily be converted to be a bomb, using easily avaiable tools and products available over the counter. A battery light makes a good detonator.

Dr David Kelly's Ghost said...

"Suicide is Painless " for the police state

defender said...

No masks, no subliminal messages, no fear, confident and right.


http://bnp.org.uk/2009/04/sixty-croydon-bnp-members-tell-uk-border-agency-that-britain-is-full/

Sixty British National Party members held a demonstration outside the UK Border Agency’s main portal for immigrants, Lunar House in Croydon, calling for an end to immigration.

Sporting a huge banner announcing that “Britain is Full Up” the BNP crowd was greeted with overwhelming support from cars passing by on the main thoroughfare outside Lunar House, and from the passing public.

Organised by Croydon and Sutton BNP organiser Charlotte Lewis, the BNP team also handed out leaflets and after an hour and a half, as agreed with the local police, dispersed for well deserved refreshments.

Local Tory MP Andrew Pelling led a far left mob of around 20 anti-British supporters who turned out to try and protest. The Conservative MP realised that he and his extremist leftist Labour Party friends were outnumbered by the BNP and fled after ten minutes.

The Beginnings (written March 1915, pub. 1917) Kiplin

It was not part of their blood,
It came to them very late,
With long arrears to make good,
When the English began to hate

They were not easily moved,
They were icy willing to wait
Till every count should be proved,
Ere the English began to hate.

Their voices were even and low,
Their eyes were level and straight.
There was neither sign nor show,
When the English began to hate.

It was not preached to the crowd,
It was not taught by the State.
No man spoke it aloud,
When the English began to hate.

It was not suddenly bred,
It will not swiftly abate,
Through the chill years ahead,
When shall count from the date
That the English began to hate.

Anonymous said...

How comes that when the old bill used the policy of keeping away fans in the ground for however long they 'deemed appropriate', this was overturned after a fan took the case to the Law and won his case, that this policy was tantamount to unlawful detention? They know have to prove there is a danger to Public Order.

Surely there are umpteen lawyers/solicitors amongst that shower of shit as there usually is who can take up such a case.

Anonymous said...

OH, Paul Clark has had his labourisworking.com website hacked!

http://tinyurl.com/cqk8ye

Anonymous said...

O/T

The US follows Gordy in restrict the net. So it goes worldwide.

http://market-ticker.denninger.net/archives/935-The-Constitution-Dies-To-Thunderous-Applause.html

bofl said...

nothing will happen- i told you o/h.they have it all covered.....

law-not justice!

As many of you will know there seems to be a lot of EU chicanery going on at all levels.

In Ireland the press are dismayed that many people do not understand what exactly the constitution/treaty is that they are voting on in June.


That my amigos is the WHOLE IDEA!!


Keep the people mis-informed and keep the juggernaut rolling.


Our Freedom loving cousins on the mainland of the EUSSR are such caring humaitarians that they chastise and demonize other countries regarding torture and the death penalty yet suddenly hidden away comes a new idea........


i borrowed this from elsewhere but it is excellent.


Lisbon Treaty allows for Death Penalty .

A quote from Helga Zepp-LaRouche in Executive Intelligence Review, 7 April 2008Professor Schachtschneider pointed out that it [the European Union reform treaty, a.k.a. the Lisbon Treaty] also reintroduces the death penalty in Europe, which I think is very important, in light of the fact that, especially Italy was trying to abandon the death penalty through the United Nations, forever. And this is not in the treaty, but in a footnote, because with the European Union reform treaty, we accept also the European Union Charter, which says that there is no death penalty, and then it also has a footnote, which says, “except in the case of war, riots, upheaval” – then the death penalty is possible. Schachtschneider points to the fact that this is an outrage, because they put it in a footnote of a footnote, and you have to read it, really like a super-expert to find out!

Hidden in plain view, the usual tactics of Europhile lies and liars.Demand your MP gives you an explanation BEFORE they are allowed to ratify the Lisbon Treaty.Demand your MP votes against the Lisbon Treaty and this disgusting footnote.

As Wonko says:The EU not-a-Constitution reintroduces the death penalty and not only in times of war, but for riots or upheaval. That gives governments a pretty free hand to use the death penalty - strikes, protests, vote of no confidence in the ruling party.Now do you understand why they also want detention without charge. The plethora of anti-terror laws are not aimed at real terrorists, they are aimed at you. Aimed at you when you want to get rid of this disgusting government.Is this what is meant when we hear our politicians speak of 'Progressive politics' or 'Post Democratic Europe'.First they will come for the political dissidents.....Using manufactured terrorism where there was none before, using manufactured scientific global problems, using manufactured national government services failures. This is why Europe is not up for political discussion, no debates, no dialogue, why reporting on Europe is it virtually banned from the press, why the EU and government ministers do their work in secret.Reform and change that is undertaken without the explicit consent of the people, can only be maintained through force and repression.


YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!

Anonymous said...

If this were Greece, or pretty much any other country, there would be uproar and riots about this. Not the fucking stupid, lazy, fat, submissive surrender monkey brits.
I can't believe there are people actually still proud of being a member of the most useless wanker country in Europe.
Hopefully there will be enough immigrants at some point who put a stop to all this shit for you, because the brits are just to fucking lame.

Anonymous said...

"CCTV...

Unfortunately, they were all out of action that day. It's the normal excuse, anyway."

And now we know why. Something similar happened for Menezes. Very convenient.

My answer - personal area CCTV. Go around decked out with tiny cameras, always recording.

electro-kevin said...

I see in that picture that by then riot shields had already been deployed; that's not the sort of place I'd stick around - unless I was being paid to carry one.

microdave said...

"I see in that picture that by then riot shields had already been deployed; that's not the sort of place I'd stick around - unless I was being paid to carry one."

"Mr Tomlinson was not taking part in the protests. He is believed to have become trapped between police lines and protesters while he was returning home from work in the City."

So every one who lives/works in the area is supposed to simply vanish, because they can't rely on the police to protect them? Sounds like another back-door excuse for ID cards. Imagine the scenario: Unless your card shows that you have a valid reason to be there, you are automatically assumed to be a rioter, and will be arrested.

Antipholus Papps said...

Sixty years ago, a clear judicial precedent was set whereby saying that you were following orders is not an acceptable defence in a court of law.

Meditate on that, Mr Plod.

AngryDave said...

We have to be responsible for our own safety and that of our families, but the police have to be responsible for evryone. That means they have to treat potentialy dangerous situations differently than the rest of us. They may have little or incorrect information to go on, and can make mistakes like the rest of us.
This is why the government should conduct their enquiries in public, and should be honest if something goes wrong or mistakes are made.

There was a story in the news some years ago about someone being shot by armed police outside of their local pub. Someone inside the pub called the police saying a guy in the pub had a shotgun wrapped in a bag. The guy was confronted by armed police outside, in the dark, and told to drop what he was carrying, but chose to point it at the police. Now if you were told he had a gun and he pointed it at you, what would you do? It turned out to be a couple of chair legs. But, the police are not mind readers, and were told he had a gun.
If police enquiries are conducted in private, the worst will always be assumed. The governement are deliberately trying to drive a wedge between us and the police.

Anonymous said...

Just for the snoopers jihad; I hope they get to the real truth of this matter. And I like the earlier comment that 'following orders is not a good enough excuse in a court of law'.

electro-kevin said...

"He looks an immediate danger to the public order, doesn't he?"

Does anyone know why he lived in a bail hostel ? (read the Daily Mail article)

Microdave ??? Any ideas ?

I remember during the print dispute handing over escort from the Met at the City boundary.

"We'd rather have the City than the Met..." to the tune of She'll be Coming 'round the Mountain.

The country's finest are not known for indiscriminate batton weilding.

Anonymous said...

I think that anyone who was there and got their photo taken by the police should make their Freedom of Information/ Data protection request now.... esp those who had their names and addresses stolen....

Anonymous said...

http://www.dca.gov.uk/ccpd/faqdp.htm

I think Anonymous needs to raid the policestate this is wrong...

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