posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 11:32 AM
Originally posted by exroyalnavy
Hi. I am pretty new here so most (if not all) of you will not know that I am resident in the UK.
Please listen to the soundtrack on the opening video of Jody McIntyre and his wheelchair. It is obvious from it that the protestors know McIntyre
well. They refer to him as "this guy is f****** hard". they should know him. He is career troublemaker and freelance reporter when it suits him.
Someone here has stated that "he cannot even move himself". He can actually. He is quite capable of walking short distances.
So why was he where he was? He is not a student and hasn`t been for many years. This whole thing is a set-up by McIntyre and the nearby protestors
are well aware of that. I am not an apologist for the Police by any means and have no reason to side with them. But this guy is pulling the wool
over people`s eyes - or trying to.
Please listen to the soundtrack and watch the start of the video carefully. It might be (although it is not very well lit) that it is in fact his
friends behind him who tip him out of his wheelchair to get the whole thing started.
Have another look and see what you think.
Do you need to be a student to protest against student cuts? Anyone who cares about the issue, but isn't in Uni, is a trouble maker?
The attacks on him are absolutely laughable. Absolutely. So he's an activist, and therefore a trouble maker and eligable for a police beat down.
Being a political activist isn't a crime. The defense of the police and government in this thread are hilarious. You read the Daily Mail, don't
Edit - It's also blatantly clear that you're wrong. A police officer tips him over and is dragged away from the scene by another police officer.
That's visible for anyone to see. A police officer DRAGS, by his jacket, the offending police officer away from the situation.
Why would he do that?
These are facts. What you have is theories and character assassinations
edit on 14-12-2010 by NadaCambia because: (no reason given)