reply to post by ignorant_ape
What utter rubbish! The cops could have beaten this poor man to death on camera, with a group of Nuns as witnesses, but not one police officer will
do a minute of time in prison.
The police in the UK are above the law.
The concept of protection of the public, protect and serve, is long dead and buried. The UK Police are purely the enforcement wing of Government. I
use the word Government lightly, perhaps I mean they are the enforcement arm of the State. How long before they come for people in the night?
They have an accident in a car, it was someone elses fault or mechanical failure.
They track an unarmed man across south London, a man casually walking along without a care in the world, follow him onto a train and put seven bullets
in his brain. They are found culpable by a coroner, but no resignations, no prosecutions, just a poor dead Brazilian lad shot for no other reason
than walking along looking nothing like the suspect they want.
The police shot a man on Humberside, ok he was armed with a samurai type sword, but nobody attempted to taser him, or leave him until he calmed down a
bit. No he was blocking th A63 road, so they shot him dead. No prosecution, he was coming towards me claimed the officer. There's a South park
episode like that about hunting.
Then there was the man they shot for carrying a table leg in a carrier bag. They got away with that, it looked like a shotgun.
Police Officers, unlike the rest of the public, are allowed to collude and compare evidence for a court case or coroners court. Try that as a member
of the public and it's conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
When did the Police move from being servants of the public to being lackeys of the State, and why did it happen without a murmur of complaint.
Perhaps there is a Common Purpose behind all of this?