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UK laws, rights, etc..

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posted on Jan, 31 2007 @ 11:35 AM
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whats the best sight for getting swatted up on UK laws, rights and what the police can and can't do...




posted on Jan, 31 2007 @ 11:48 AM
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The best way to learn about police legal powers is to read one of their own legal training manuals..Butterworth's Police Manual would make an ideal start for research. Apart from that, there are many UK civil-liberty sites (such as no-2-id or citizen's advice bureaux) that will link you to the info that you're looking for

[edit on 31-1-2007 by citizen smith]



posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 11:38 AM
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Throw some tea in the harbor and tell the Royals to piss off.
It worked in 1776...who knows...it may work again.



posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 11:50 AM
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Originally posted by RWPBR
Throw some tea in the harbor and tell the Royals to piss off.
It worked in 1776...who knows...it may work again.


What are you talking about? What has this got to do with the laws in the UK?



posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 12:48 PM
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the police in uk can do anything to you. they do not have to abide by any laws, if they want to destroy innocent lifes, they have a free run.


Originally posted by kuhl

Originally posted by RWPBR
Throw some tea in the harbor and tell the Royals to piss off.
It worked in 1776...who knows...it may work again.


What are you talking about? What has this got to do with the laws in the UK?


he is talking about the boston tea party or what ever you call it.

[edit on 2/2/2007 by andy1033]



posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 07:16 PM
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Originally posted by andy1033
the police in uk can do anything to you. they do not have to abide by any laws, if they want to destroy innocent lifes, they have a free run


You'll find that police here in the UK are bound by rule of law as the rest of us civilians are...it's the open interpretations of the letter of law in the courts that should really be in question. There has been a subtle but noticeable shift away from the basic premise of 'innocent until proven otherwise beyond reasonable doubt'.

Blanket psychological and behavioural profiling developed from the many millions of hours worth of CCTV social-observational studies here in the UK has been applied which puts whole sectors of society under a finer scrutiny from the police than other members of the public, and those members are far more likely to be stopped and questioned under S.U.S laws etc



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