Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Throwing Bones To The Dogs




One officer is facing manslaughter charges in the case of G20 victim, Iam Tomlinson. Another of assault against a woman.

The Senior officers who had been stoking up the situation about a 'summer of rage' are not to be seen on the charge sheet nor is Jackboot Jackie.

According to the test case Power v HM Courts Service, you cannot prosecute a Crown Agent for negligence, so that the senior officers out of the loop.

It remains to be seen if the CPS will have the balls to throw a bone to the dogs, and deflect attention away from the decision makers who failed to control their cossacks, failed to prevent them hiding their faces and badges, a falsely imprisoning people against their will engage in peaceful protest.



Territorial Support Group, same thugs different name as the Special Patrol Group.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've never been fans of Plod but really went off them when the RSPCA came round to see my neighbour accompanied by 2 x Plods who threw him to the ground & handcuffed him before dealing with the business in hand (he'd removed his cat from the vets when they said they wanted to put her down). I wouldn't give the time of day to one now.

Rightwinggit said...

Re Tomlinson, I notice that our so called media keep referring to the murderer as a "policeMAN"

I'm not so sure.

wv= bunti, not invent.

Anonymous said...

Rightwinggit - d'you reckon it was a Ms Plod who did it? I thought I'd seen video of Mr Plods on the job (so as to speak) but there were so many videos of Plods at the G8, all laying into people that I couldn't swear to it. Has a name been released yet?.

john in cheshire said...

Will the next government remove the protection from prosecution for employees of the dictatorship? I'll bet they don't.
I wonder if there is any appetite for an armed civil militia, who could mete out the justice that most of us would like to see. As I've said before, post James Anderton of Manchester, there has been a period where the cops were seen to be 'on our side'. But now, I am hearing again the phrase 'all coppers are bastards'. that must tell these public servants something. Shouldn't it?

Anonymous said...

http://www.techradar.com/news/world-of-tech/government-wants-more-cctv-cameras-in-homes-622368

Link says it all. Seriously, WTF?!

Rightwinggit said...

If you listen to the soundtrack of Ian being murdered from behind, you can hear someone saying "Donna, what are you doing?" followed by"I tell you what Donna..."

Some have said it's "Donald", but I can't hear that.

Take a look at the height of the so called officer against that of its colleagues.

There are also stories out there that this "officer" was fired from another force for anger management issues, and then wangled a job with the met.

If that is known about them, their name must be known.

Anonymous said...

Righwinggit - Out of curiousity I Googled for 'Ian Tomlinson death (or murder)' can't remember which & yes, I agree with you - either a Ms Plod or a dwarf. Seriously, when s/he is standing behind Ian, as you say, s/he is very short compared to the next Plod along - even allowing for his/her stance. Also, very small hands & the part of face that can be seen isn't particularly masculine. Donna who? Someone knows - come & spill the beans to Guthrum - you know you want to.......

hordepa said...

Anon 16:09,

You're not getting the officer who hit Ian Tomlinson confused with the admittedly quite short officer with the shield in the Telegraph video are you?

Towards the end of the video on the link in Guthrum's article I'm pretty sure the officer who hit Tomlinson is stood on their own (at 1 minute 21 seconds they are inbetween, though not stood with, a dog handler to our left and a officer with a blue square around the collar area of their jacket to our right). They look a bit portly, though that may be padding worn under the clothes.

They put Tomlinson on the ground and then got well away from him. The officer has been identified as male by a number of newspapers. I can't imagine they would do that unless they already knew who he was.

Rogerborg said...

Tomlinson's cowardly murderer is either a broad, or a short arse ("Donald" might be a Jock). Either way, they've doubtless got serious Issues. You don't sign up for the Baton Brigade unless you're looking to settle some scores.

Hopefully they're so foul spirited that their colleagues won't be minded to close ranks round them, although I wouldn't bet on it.

bofl-too lazy to sign in! said...

it doesn't matter if it was mr or mrs plod that pushed him........it is obvious that this attack from behind triggered his death.......

the real problem is that plod-like all the other usual suspects-think that they are above us........

the people that pay their wages!

we really do need a campaign to make all of them accountable......

...........mps,lords,plod all have to face justice.........

what a shithole the uk has become.

Rightwinggit said...

"The officer has been identified as male by a number of newspapers"

MSM Journos are sloppy these days, one of them probably assumed it and the rest followed.

Do any of the original police statements mention the gender?

thefrollickingmole said...

Did they say what actually caused his death? I lost track of this story after the 3rd autopsy.

From an educated guess Id say he died when his head hit the pavement. Now over here in Oz that has been used as an excuse to downgrade manslaughter charges to just assault on many occasions.
Is there a chance of something like that happening here as well?

Rogerborg said...

Oh, absolutely. It'll end up as a Health and Safety case against the Service. Lessons Will Be Learned.

thefrollickingmole said...

I might also add I was a detention officer in Australia during a great number of the detention centre riots. (98-2001)

I am quite proud of the fact that in well over 50 incidents I only ever struck a detainee once, and that was to make him spit out my wrist which he was biting at the time... I restrained dozens of people and never found it neccessary to rough someone up, so it is both a person and command failure that this happenned.

If leadership is good you will find few abuses in most police/riot groups. Where leadership is lacking, then you have huge problems.

I might also add that it was during that time I saw incidents reported as fact in our state media which were outright fabrications, or wildly innaccurate which I was personaly involved in.
You absolutely cant trust the media to give you a straight story.

Anonymous said...

you cannot prosecute a Crown Agent for negligence ACPO could be prosecuted though

Anonymous said...

Concerned citizens should take the time to review JuliaM's comments on this story back in April.

A most illuminating view of the ugly-mindedness that underpins police violence.

Anonymous said...

Why don't you lot grow up, you live in a fantasy world. If Anarchy reigned you wouldn't have the computer you use to type this rubbish as it would have been stolen when your house was being looted. And as for peaceful protest, hardly peaceful, stop bending the rules to suit yourselves. You are tiny pocket of society that society does not care for, so shut up, get a job and tow the line.

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