posted on Sep, 28 2008 @ 01:58 AM
The video is fascinating viewing, that's for sure
But can't help wondering why it took two months approx. to report
and all the way through, couldn't help thinking it was like an episode from The Bill.
So many cameras and angles
Sure, the UK is reputed to have more surveillance per square kilometre than anywhere else, but some of the footage looks as if it was taken by a
hand-held. Where, amongst this reportedly unexpected situation, did the police have time to bring in cameramen to take the close-up, multi-angle
shots of the action -- of the helicopter seeking to land for example, then after the wild chase, the 'interview' with the female police officer?
Unless it was professionally patched together afterwards from cameras in police vehicles plus others confiscated by the public.
Nevertheless, it had a scripted feel to it, or at least appears someone was prepared. Almost like a documentary.
And since then, apparently .. no more. No follow ups.