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Riot police raided a 30th birthday barbecue because they thought the organiser, who had invited his friends via Facebook, was staging a rave.
Four police cars, a riot van and a helicopter moved in on Andrew Poole's gathering which was taking place in a field owned by a friend.
The coach driver had invited 17 guests to an 'event' on his social networking page by private invitation and was about to light the barbecue when the gazebo suddenly started flapping wildly and the sound of chopper blades filled the air.
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Originally posted by mr-lizard
and whilst the police were preparing their forces to bust this non-rave...
Several paedophiles, murderers, rapists and violent offenders are still at large posing a genuine threat to society.
Even if this 'had' been a rave... What's the big deal?
I wish the police would sort their god damn act out and catch the real bastards who ruin society as opposed to picking on young people who wanna free their minds, socialise and enjoy quality music.
Originally posted by Maxmars
like they are always trying to take more authority and more power for themselves, and leaving the citizens with no recourse for redress except demonstrations - which they then infiltrate and turn violent.
Originally posted by Laurauk
Well there is alot of illegal raves being held up and down the UK.
Originally posted by Silk
Disinfo by the mail or another nail in that papers credibility?