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sasguru
22nd July 2010, 10:59
BBC News - No charges over G20 man's death (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-10723274)

Hyperbolic I suppose, but in the recent past:

1.Sergeant Delroy Smellie acquitted of hitting a woman in G20.

2. Policeman who hit the 2 Oxford grads in a protest also acquitted.

3. Cressida Dick promoted after Menezes fiasco.

Are our newly black-clad, heavily armed police becoming a law unto themselves?

hang on there's someone at the door ...

AtW
22nd July 2010, 11:10
You should try living in Russia for a few months to appreciate British police :eyes

shaunbhoy
22nd July 2010, 11:27
You should try living in Russia for a few months to appreciate British police :eyes

They would not let him in. Not with that wheezy chest of his. Same reasons he got blanked by the Army. Too weedy.
Though he has developed a rather comical trait of playing "Word of the Day" using Commando comics as source material. Only a matter of time until he starts bandying around "Banzai", "Teufel", and "Kamerad!" in his vain quest to appear less witless.

:rollin: :rollin:

HairyArsedBloke
22nd July 2010, 11:32
BBC News - No charges over G20 man's death (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-10723274)

Hyperbolic I suppose, but in the recent past:

1.Sergeant Delroy Smellie acquitted of hitting a woman in G20.

2. Policeman who hit the 2 Oxford grads in a protest also acquitted.

3. Cressida Dick promoted after Menezes fiasco.

Are our newly black-clad, heavily armed police becoming a law unto themselves?

hang on there's someone at the door ...

Yes. A long, long time ago.

Poor Mr Tomlinson's killer to not face charges was expected, but it is a disgrace none the less. I can see a lot more cases like Moat as a result of this sort of thing.

Zippy
22nd July 2010, 11:35
When I were a lass people just used to fall down the stairs at the station. Now it's all about these new fangled tasers and sprays.
And it used to be all fields around my house. Till I moved.

Paddy
22nd July 2010, 11:46
BBC News - No charges over G20 man's death (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-10723274)

Hyperbolic I suppose, but in the recent past:

1.Sergeant Delroy Smellie acquitted of hitting a woman in G20.

2. Policeman who hit the 2 Oxford grads in a protest also acquitted.

3. Cressida Dick promoted after Menezes fiasco.

Are our newly black-clad, heavily armed police becoming a law unto themselves?

hang on there's someone at the door ...

Corrupt CPS
BBC News - Corrupt Gwent CPS lawyer jailed over (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south+east+wales-10636116)

Corrupt Judges

Legal selection system is corrupt, admit judges - Crime, UK - The Independent (http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/legal-selection-system-is-corrupt-admit-judges-706668.html)