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Originally posted by DataWraith
reply to post by Acidtastic
The ones that are identifiable will simply say " Sorry , there was so much going on we can't remember who did what".
Originally posted by Reading
reply to post by DataWraith
fair enough, the protest wasnt about the people who work at the banks themselves at the end of the day your caught in the same trap most of us are, i had a brilliant discussion the next day after the riots with a guy who worked at one of the buildings on bishopsgate,it wasnt you was it?
mate, there's video evidence of the ambulance being let through by protesters, and STOPPED by the police. They didn't let it pass, until a rather angry cheif told them to let it go. (that last bit isn't on the film, but an eye witness told me that the ambulance was let through after a few minutes.) So less of the tarring all protesters with the same brush (old and tired smearing tactics) and use the actual evidence which is available.
Originally posted by thegear
I wonder if the amblence could have got to him faster if the ROAD had not been full of people, ever think of that? If you were there you could have helped cuase this guys death by blocking the F-ing road. How do you feel now.
Originally posted by andy1033
reply to post by stumason
Hahaha, the ipcc never prosecute the police. The police are always destroying lifes, as they are just there for people to make stuff up about, so the police can murder people you do not like.
Police solve hardly any crimes period.
Even if there was video evidence that this man did nothing and was killed by police scum, people would be going its the police so its ok. So they have a right to kill do they?
A police watchdog said it is working to identify officers in video footage of a man pushed to the ground at the G20 protest minutes before his death.
Originally posted by alienesque
reply to post by News And History
why was the 'police officer' who pushed him face covered up by a mask or scarf?