Why a number of British police are scum

Originally Published on: Jun 29, 2010 @ 10:03

Apart from an apparent passion for bumping offsmacking up women (like Sgt Delroy Smellie did)punching and bashing members of the publics head off the ground, the police are also scum for this reason…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQucfv0slOE

Yeah the police need to be a bit ‘pushey’ at times like against those in the child porn business, errrm I said the police need to be a bit pushy not stabby (covering their tracks methinks), or into porn, child molestation, satanism and child abuse but when it comes to civillians who are clearly just being civillians, they go too far on too many occasons.

I’m sure if the police just buggered walked off instead of dreaming up the law on the spot and antagonising members of the population, then many situations would automatically end.

–My spam filter is going to be red hot these next few months!–

I am refering to British police, but here is a U.S. example British police are no doubt studying:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7KM1ukwBGv4

P.S. grab your copy of these vids ASAP as it looks like dirty work is afoot on YouTube re:police bruitality

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397 Responses to “Why a number of British police are scum”


  1. 9 lwtc247 October 22, 2010 at 7:36 am

    Thank you for the excellent article Peter.
    I advise all to read it.
    And please, if you want to comment on it,
    comment on Peters blog.

  2. 12 Ben Lister November 11, 2010 at 8:18 pm

    I am sick to death of having to put up with this bunch of incompetent, corrupt power-hungry cretins. They don’t do anything useful, and the worst part of it is I, as a tax payer, have to fund them!

    Disgusting bunch of people, sub-human. They only enforce silly laws as well because they know they can easily convict peaceful law abiding citizens the moment they step slightly out of line, the very people who pay their salaries!

    I think this country would be better off without a police force. Mr Cameron if you are reading, please take heed as far as your budget cuts go

  3. 13 spencer burrows March 18, 2011 at 10:57 pm

    To the person who commented about medlicott, remember this name Death of Jean Charles de Menezes? fucking lying police blast an innocent to death in front of the public and get away with it!!!!! How many people have lost there lives at the hands of the British police force?

  4. 14 lwtc247 March 31, 2011 at 10:06 am

    Is is much scum in the police forces – globalwide I’d say, Many cops are scum, but I wouldn’t celebreate when one is creamed without evidence/circumstances that they were part of the scum. So the Medlicott thing gives me no satisfaction at all. In fact, I have contempt for him. I’m sure the cop Medlicott killed had people who loved him and if he wasn’t of the established scum sucking cop brigade, how can anyone be happy at what happened.

  5. 15 lwtc247 March 31, 2011 at 10:08 am

    De Menezes thing was a total disgrace. The filthy cops who killed him should be in jail. It’s that simple.
    Disband the police. Their social control are more of a menace than a benefit. Where I live it’s rare to see cops and life is sweet.

  6. 16 spencer burrows April 5, 2011 at 5:36 pm

    The Ian Thomlinson inquest. The man is dead!!! of internal injuries caused by that piece of shit called a police officer. The same cop who had himself a day of violence!!! The cop says “he is very sorry for his death” Do you think if i went out and did that tomorrow or any other day and said sorry that i would get away with killing an innocent person? NOT 1 person in the police force has a decent atom in their bodies!!! The police do such acts because the corrupt war criminal Brirish establishment allows them because they are the only ones the police force protects!I feel for Ian Thomlinsons family……..NO JUSTCE FOR THEM!!!

  7. 17 spencer burrows April 5, 2011 at 10:08 pm

    Sie alle brauchen, um eine Dusche zu nehmen!

  8. 18 lwtc247 April 6, 2011 at 9:44 am

    With you on all cases where these filthy murdering low lifes do the nasty.

    And I’ve no obligation whatsover to even try and defend any other apples in the barrel.

    I think there is a strong moral point to take the law into ones own hands against the police when they engage in their wicked perversions.

  9. 19 spencer Burrows May 3, 2011 at 9:31 pm

    The Ian Thomlinson case. More lies from the police. Does any think that thug of the establishment will pay for his crime?

  10. 20 spencer Burrows May 3, 2011 at 9:32 pm

    anyone

  11. 21 spencer Burrows May 3, 2011 at 9:38 pm

    There was a copper by me who got caught with dirty porno pictures of children, the same one who used to tip the towns main drug dealer off! He committed suicide. The police didnt did not let the paper print that! Mmmmmmmmmm! wonder why?

      • 23 Kevin John Braid February 4, 2013 at 6:42 am

        http://peter-reynolds-watch.com/

        LWTC247: I may remove this comment. A quick look resembled the usual threadbare, nay, thread less usual slurs of anti-semite. On a more serious reading, I’ll make up my mind. Now, dear commentator, would you care to put yourself under the spotlight? What’s the chances you’re a supporter of Terrorist Talmudic Israyhell?

      • 24 spencer February 6, 2013 at 7:35 am

        jailed for Freedom of speech!! There is an ARMY of people out there who hate these criminal vermin. He should have been like PC KEVIN HUGHES of west mercia constabulary (whitchurch shropshire) who was a chiod sex offered, HE WOULD NOT OFF GOT JAIL THEN!
        This country is run by WAR criminals and gangsters who feather their own nests!

        Barry Thew loses appeal for T-shirt mocking PCs’ deaths

        Thew was arrested wearing the T-shirt hours after the PCs were killed
        Continue reading the main story
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        Sentence ‘takes away free speech’
        Man jailed over PC deaths T-shirt
        A man who wore a T-shirt mocking the killing of two police officers has lost his appeal against his sentence.

        Barry Thew, 39, was arrested wearing the top with the words “one less pig perfect justice” hours after the deaths of PCs Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes.

        Thew, of Wolsey Street, Radcliffe, was jailed for eight months in October after admitting a public order offence.

        Lord Chief Justice Lord Judge, at the Court of Appeal, said the jail term was not “arguably excessive”.

        PC Bone, 32, and PC Hughes, 23, were shot dead in a gun and grenade attack while reporting to a burglary on the Hattersley estate in Mottram, Greater Manchester.

        ‘Serious offence’
        Lord Judge said Thew, who openly admitted hating the police as he held them responsible for the death of his son, committed the offence in a highly charged environment.

        “Our judgment is that this, of its kind, was a most serious offence.

        “It sent out the sort of message just at the time, and in just the place, where it constituted a true risk to the peace of the streets.”

        “It would have taken very little on that day for violence to erupt against those – or as a result of seeing those – who appeared to condone, if not glory, in the fact that those police officers had been killed.”

        Dale Cregan, 29, has been charged with the officers’ murders.

      • 25 spencer February 7, 2013 at 7:54 am

        Why is the british establishment so corrupt??? and at the top is the police

  12. 26 Peter Reynolds May 3, 2011 at 9:49 pm

    I think that Harwood is going down. I see no way he can avoid it.

    I hope he gets life but really all that is needed is a week of “B wing” justice. That will sort him out.

    http://peterreynolds.wordpress.com/2011/05/03/unlawful-killing/

  13. 28 lwtc247 May 4, 2011 at 1:12 am

    @ spencer Burrows
    It’s a disgrace that swine like that become predisposed to the mindset that whilst on the job, that they can do such things like that in the first place. It’s institutionalised tyranny and I’d not be in the least bit surprised if it was encouraged, borne out by the apparent fact so many of them act in a way in which they seen to think they have a ‘coat’ of protection perception – not least as a result of past cases against them.

    @ Peter and spenser Burrows
    I may not agree with cannabis, but I agree with what one point Peter alludes to in that a sense of perspective is very much needed as to the cannabis ‘crime’ vs. the sex-crimes. The wrong-doing shows just how illusory the pompous claim of ‘British justice’ really is.

    “The officer said after the verdict he had not intended to push him over.” – Red herring BS! The pig intended to give a public demonstration of “don’t defy us and don’t mess with me” using Tomlinson as a public example.

    This killer cop also wanted to show how he could take out a civillian ‘out’ from causing a potential (non)problem by smashing Tomlinsons skull so hard with a baton that Tomlinson could not be such ‘problem’, and scum cop succeeded by killing him.

  14. 29 lwtc247 May 4, 2011 at 5:14 pm

    Craig Murray does gives the Tomlinson killing a mention. Beware: The comments from ‘Steve’ are dreadful. http://craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2011/05/ian-tomlinson-unlawfully-killed-by-metropolitan-police/#comments

  15. 30 spencer burrows May 8, 2011 at 9:58 pm

    i bet that cop who KILLED mr Thomlinson goes nowhere

  16. 31 lwtc247 May 9, 2011 at 4:54 am

    I’d say that where the safe money bet is. These scumbags have a different ‘law’ applied to them compared to what is inflicted upon us.

  17. 32 spencer burrows May 16, 2011 at 4:27 pm

    The British establishment are the biggest Hippocratic COWARDS in the World!! And who protects the establishment. The worst of the worst = British Police force.

  18. 33 spencer burrows May 17, 2011 at 5:47 am

  19. 34 spencer burrows May 17, 2011 at 5:52 am

    Above all, these slimy no-marks lied their worthless heads off! The british establishment- One rule for you, and no rules for us!! Mmmmmm lets drop bombs on another country! The biggest criminals in the western hemisphere.

  20. 35 spencer burrows May 17, 2011 at 6:54 am

    [Googlevideo=http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8756795263359807776

  21. 36 spencer burrows May 20, 2011 at 5:34 pm

    5 British soldiers killed where they should not have been and the verdict is unlawfully killed. the so called rogue police man did a runner to Pakistan (surprise surprise!) If he is caught he will either be shot on the spot or face the rest of his days in jail. British police do not have to do a runner when they are found guilty of unlawful killing! they just carry on if nothing has happened. who is going to bring this criminal to justice? The British establishment is the biggest criminal on the face of the Earth!

  22. 37 spencer burrows May 28, 2011 at 1:24 pm

    David Bieber = Free him
    Harry Roberts = free him
    Peter Medlicot = Hero
    Tony Blair = War criminal

    anyone see that interview with the wheel chair bound man who the police assaulted on that G8 summit. Whacked him with a baton and pushed him out of his wheel chair for his own good! No crime committed yet again!

    A man in Shrewsbury named Robert Hall lost his life at the hands of the British police force. He died from head injuries after being arrested for being drunk! No justice for him! well Peter medlicot who was from shrewsbury got a bit for him!11

    Justice that is!!!!!

  23. 38 spencer burrows June 2, 2011 at 5:53 pm

    That David Bird was left to gun down the public because the police new they were going to get a bullet, so they kept as far away from him until he either killed himself or ran out of ammunition. The police conveniently lost him when Bird passed them in the vehicle he was driving. The police would have soon caught him if they knew he was unarmed!!!!! Those poor people were left for him to gun down!!!!!

  24. 39 lwtc247 June 11, 2011 at 11:02 am

    Miami Beach Memorial Day Shooting May 30th 2011, cellphone video

    Thanks to David Ickes site

    Also good at documenting these krazy killer kops is
    http://informationliberation.com/

  25. 40 lwtc247 June 11, 2011 at 11:09 am

    As is Ales Jones’ site Prison Planet
    http://www.prisonplanet.com/cop-to-citizen-if-you-take-my-picture-again-im-going-to-fing-break-your-face-video.html

    h-ttp://www.prisonplanet.com/cop-to-citizen-if-you-take-my-picture-again-im-going-to-fing-break-your-face-video.html

  26. 41 spencer burrows June 13, 2011 at 9:05 pm

    Do police officers have a conscience?

  27. 43 spencer burrows June 29, 2011 at 8:41 pm

    A police sgt left two dogs to fry in a van again, was it the same sgt who did the same last year? Can some one tell me.

  28. 45 lwtc247 June 30, 2011 at 9:53 am

    Maybe there was no humans to vent his psycho cop wrath upon. Dogs only.

  29. 46 Anonymous July 1, 2011 at 8:15 pm

    Lothian police sergeant,.Paul Greig, guilty of raping two girls.
    A police sergeant has been found guilty of raping two young girls 36 years ago when he was babysitting them.

    Maybe he did, but I’m concerned about lack of evidence. But there’s a possibility his conduct back then may have carried forward into his career.

    Perhaps someone should look.

  30. 47 spencer burrows July 1, 2011 at 9:30 pm

    Just another Vermin policeman doing what comes naturally to them!

  31. 48 spencer burrows July 5, 2011 at 8:22 am

    Whats the best type of copper?

  32. 49 lwtc247 July 5, 2011 at 9:42 am

    One with 240V and 30A going through it?

  33. 50 spencer burrows July 5, 2011 at 8:20 pm

    a dead one!

  34. 51 lwtc247 July 6, 2011 at 3:42 pm

    Same result spencer!

    Lynette White: Murder police ‘manufactured case’
    h_ttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-14042058
    6 July 2011 Last updated at 13:47 GMT

  35. 52 spencer burrows July 6, 2011 at 8:17 pm

    The British police are the WORST of the worst!

  36. 53 Anonymous July 7, 2011 at 1:18 am

    I donno mate. In the ‘western’ world I think the Yank cops lay claim to that dark crown.

  37. 54 spencer burrows July 7, 2011 at 11:57 am

    The British police take some beating! God bless Peter Medlicott!

  38. 55 spencer burrows July 10, 2011 at 5:35 am

    every police officer needs a sniff of abrin!

  39. 56 lwtc247 July 10, 2011 at 6:49 am

    Abrin – lol. A new one on me. I have weak recollection of the the castor oil seeds fandango in Manchester in which one police officer was supposedly stabbed by the resident of the house the policeman burst into. I wonder if if the castor beans were planted (pun not intended) or taken out of context… e.g. they had salt in the house so wanted to make deadly chlorine gas.

    you know the drivel they come up with

    Wonder when tptb will now begin to find lucky bean seeds in peoples houses now. The shock doctrine requires greater and greater shocks to keep the same effect and I note Abrin is “more deadly than ricin”

    trashbucket newz corp, aka BBC, says “[2003] 22 Jan: Eight people are charged with offences related to developing or producing a chemical weapon” So having castor oil beans is producing a chemical weapon? If I’ve got the story right here, it’s fing disgraceful.

    h_ttp://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4433459.stm

  40. 57 lwtc247 July 10, 2011 at 7:40 am

    From the same page…

    2004

    30 Jun: Bourgass is convicted at the Old Bailey of the murder of DC Oake. He is sentenced to life imprisonment. The verdict remains secret due to reporting restrictions designed to give him a fair trial on the ricin charges.

    Aaah. Judicial secrecy… disgusting. A parallel of the police force.

    May those using the UK state for their own massive terror means go the same way as Terry Jupp.

  41. 58 spencer burrows July 11, 2011 at 8:05 pm

    Not even the Royal family are safe from the corruption of the British police force! Man! they really are the lowest form of verminous life! god bless peter Medlicott!

  42. 59 spencer burrows July 12, 2011 at 12:31 am

    82-year-old man tasered by police
    Jul 11 2011
    An 82-year-old pensioner required hospital treatment after being tasered by police, a watchdog said today.
    The elderly pensioner was being arrested for carrying an offensive weapon and criminal damage when officers fired the electroshock weapon at him.
    The Independent Police Complaints Commission has launched an investigation into the incident in Ealing, west London.
    The taser was discharged after armed police were called to Islip Gardens on the morning of June 28 to reports of a man being threatened.
    The 82-year-old was taken into custody at Acton police station but, when he complained of pain, officers called an ambulance and he was taken to Central Middlesex Hospital.
    He remained in hospital for several days and has since been discharged, the IPCC said.82-year-old man tasered by police
    Jul 11 2011
    An 82-year-old pensioner required hospital treatment after being tasered by police, a watchdog said today.
    The elderly pensioner was being arrested for carrying an offensive weapon and criminal damage when officers fired the electroshock weapon at him.
    The Independent Police Complaints Commission has launched an investigation into the incident in Ealing, west London.
    The taser was discharged after armed police were called to Islip Gardens on the morning of June 28 to reports of a man being threatened.
    The 82-year-old was taken into custody at Acton police station but, when he complained of pain, officers called an ambulance and he was taken to Central Middlesex Hospital.
    He remained in hospital for several days and has since been discharged, the IPCC said.

  43. 60 spencer burrows July 12, 2011 at 12:33 am

    Aren’t the British Police heroes! They really earn their money!!

  44. 61 lwtc247 July 12, 2011 at 10:21 am

    Those acts were disgraceful Spencer, but there just following from the USan counterparts. I still think USan cops are much worse.

    In general, and in particular about the brit police,: Occasionally people will say about the wrongdoings of police that it’s just “one or two bad apples”.

    While I wouldn’t go as far as to say ALL police are scum, I think the ‘one or two bad apples’ is a severe understatement of the extent of the problem. My perception is the barrel is 50% rotten, or more, and that it’s the good apples which are the exception.

    It’s the problem of institutionalisation. The rot spreads, enveloping many of those who are either indepenedently minded, act on their moral conscience or even, neutral justice. The bad cops believe they have some kind of monopoly on the law, and to dispense it (or pretend to be be dispensing it) as they choose to perceive it, onto the ordinary, lower, citizens.

    It seems to me they are allowed to achieve this by being able to abuse a number of charges of offences, such as disturbing the peace, resisting arrest, failure to disobey a cop etc etc. These trumped up charges can see you taken away against your will. It seems nobody in a position above the pigs ever say these charges were illigitimately used.

    Disturbing the peace to me is like some idiot playing thump thump music at 2:00 on a Sunday night, and not that one asks questions of the police.

    A total overhaul in policing is very much needed and way way overdue. One in which perhaps local people take up positions as police officers for their particular area. Perhaps a federal force that can only act on the authority of the local force eded or act on their conscions or

    But this isn’t going to happen. Most brits have no spine and swallow propaganda like a fish does water.

    One other problem with the police is that they have become another branch of the tyrannical government, enforcing the political agenda of the slime that trickels Westminster – when they can be bothered. The polcie act as a buffer/barrier between the people and the state

    The police like the judiciary need to be independet and accountable to ordinary people.

    the PCC etc are a monumental joke.

    P.s. “Two current and two former Metropolitan Police officers will be questioned by MPs in public later about inquiries into phone-hacking at the News of the World.”
    h_ttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14116786

  45. 62 Anonymous July 12, 2011 at 11:02 am

    just watching it now and what a joke! This copper is not lazy he is useless! A well paid useless gump! It is a police officers duty to inform his/her superiors about wrong doings within their own ranks! This is why 100% of them are to me are the cleverest criminals out. To hide behind the uniform they do makes them the clever ones! God bless the ratcatcher!

  46. 63 Anonymous July 12, 2011 at 11:08 am

    Every one of those spineless creeps in Westminster palace who voted for that illegal war in Iraq should be put in front of the war crimes commission in the Hague. Starting with Blair the righteous one!

  47. 64 Anonymous July 12, 2011 at 11:09 am

    Both of the above from Spencer Burrows

  48. 65 lwtc247 July 14, 2011 at 3:47 pm

    http://informationliberation.com/?id=35919

    Put Down Your Rights and No One Needs to Get Hurt!
    by Wendy McElroy, The Future of Freedom Foundation 14th July 2011

    Few activities are as dangerous as watching a cop too closely, as John Kurtz knows well. Kurtz is the founder of the Orlando, Florida, branch of CopWatch, a network of activists in the United States and Canada who patrol the streets on foot or in a vehicle to monitor and document police activity in order to spotlight misconduct and brutality.

    Kurtz’s recent arrest for “obstructing justice” and conviction for “resisting arrest without violence” spotlight a growing trend in law enforcement. Police are arresting peaceful people virtually at will based on vaguely worded laws that are an invitation to rampant abuse. Such laws have become a standard police intimidation tactic.

    Consider “obstruction of justice.” The typical definition as it relates to police officers is… Follow link above.

  49. 66 spencer burrows July 18, 2011 at 12:10 am

    Top cops resigning with their integrity intact, they are so fucking self centred its unreal! Just like the crooks who reside in Westminster palace, EVERY one of them a worthless piece of shit! A media mogul calling the shots in a so called democracy! Democracy my arse. Bollocks to the lot of the judas’.

  50. 67 Spencer Burrows July 21, 2011 at 3:45 pm

    all scum! God bless Peter Medlicott

  51. 68 lwtc247 July 22, 2011 at 4:03 am

    “Top cops resigning with their integrity intact,” – Or so the corporate MSM is trying to persuade us. Sadly, most, but thankfully not all, fall for the game.

    Still, it makes me sigh when I hear people express some ‘shock’ (for want of a better word) that no policemen – primarily senior policemen- have been arrested thus far, and are not likely to see this happen in the foreseeable future and certainly not jailed.

    That ‘shock’ indicates people still have some belief that the power management structure is actually a good system.

    Well it isn’t people, and it will never be as long as you keep accepting crap being told that it’s a toffee apple,

    Many police are scum, and the whole system needs scrapping, but personally I wouldn’t feel happy at praising Medlicott as there’s no suggestion that Richard Gray was a bent cop.

  52. 69 Spencer Burrows July 22, 2011 at 12:30 pm

    They are all bent! You can not tell me that Pc Grey did not know of illegal goings on, just like the instance when that large custody sgt abused that pensioner and then smashed her face in. one Wpc said something while the rest just let it happen! That sgt was sent to jail on the Thursday and released on the following Monday. I am sure the court quashed his conviction of battering that old woman, the vermin sgt denied it all the way as well. He did it but did not mean to! What shite! There is a quote by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, “To sin by silence when we should protest makes cowards out of men.” The silence in that police station that night surely makes all of them in that station cowards bar the one who did the right thing and told of such criminal actions! I bet thatt Wpc was then hounded by the rest of the vermin!

  53. 70 Spencer Burrows July 27, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    Every one of them are sub human VERMIN!!!!

  54. 71 lwtc247 July 27, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    Spencer, is there a defining moment when they become this bad? Cos surely it’s a gradual process hence the young & idealistic coppers would be ‘ok’ – wouldn’t you agree? I’m sure some of them manage to resist the slippery path, especially if they follow a religious moral code.

  55. 72 Spencer Burrows July 27, 2011 at 4:44 pm

    They are all VILE CREEPS!!!

  56. 73 Spencer Burrows July 28, 2011 at 7:31 am

    My mates wife joined the police force, she is about 30 now. She joined in her 20s. She was in with the drug dealers of Whitchurch, cocaine mainly its absolutely flooded with the stuff around here. She also was a user. Anyway she gets in this defunct organisation (police force) and they find out she is a user, apparently. This is after being in for years may I add. Some one squealed her. To my knowledge she is still a Wpc. Funny that going back not last boxing day but the one before a time served copper by the name of Kevin Hughes was suspended from duty for indecent images of children on his laptop, he only lent his laptop to a college who squealed him. They failed to mention that in the paper. He hung himself! could not face his vile crimes. Fits to me he was tipping of the towns main drug dealer. Funny that now he is dead that dealer got caught in a sting up the high street. the police force is an abomination!!! Just VERMIN! Godbless Peter Medlicott. Tell you that story tomorrow.

  57. 75 Spencer Burrows July 28, 2011 at 7:36 am

    I have a criminal record for giving the police shit! i have been arrested many times for telling them what i think of them when pissed! Yes i have been assaulted by them many times and property has gone missing out of my wallet, a front door key failed to materialise. I got it back when i got arrested next. Solicitor said they are playing with me. Sure are! SCUM!!!

    • 76 lwtc247 July 29, 2011 at 6:33 pm

      Well done for telling them what you think. :D
      That you got arrested for stating your opinion is a disgrace, and a sign of the clear abuse the police make of their power.

  58. 77 lwtc247 July 29, 2011 at 10:21 am

    Police Beat ‘Gentle’ Mentally-ill Homeless Man to Death
    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article28704.htm

    And what did the USan civilians do? Watch. Perhaps they deserve their ever growing despotic state.

    “Police will not issue a statement saying the issue is under investigation but they did say that six officers were involved and two ‘suffered broken bones in the fight’.

    However, they recently retracted that statement saying that it was only ‘soft tissue damage’.”

  59. 78 Spencer Burrows July 29, 2011 at 11:40 am

    Look up the death of Robert Hall in Shrewsbury Shropshire. That is where Peter Medlicot was from. HERO!!!!!! tell me how he died?

  60. 79 lwtc247 July 29, 2011 at 5:46 pm

    It says Mr. Hall dies of a ‘fall’ wile being arrested. One wonders if there’s any similarity with Ian Tomlinson who died (was killed) while being ‘assisted on his way’.

  61. 80 Spencer Burrows July 29, 2011 at 8:28 pm

    If some one lent you their laptop with such wicked pictures of souls that can not defend them selves what would you do? To me they are ALL bad news! Every one of them. I do not buy that one that some may be ok! The lines are drawn with me now!

  62. 82 lwtc247 August 2, 2011 at 5:22 pm

    Funny how objects like batons, bullets, doors and floors tend to jump up in the way of people being manhandles by the pigs.

    I really hope that woman manages somehow to get justice against this scumbag on a dark cold night.

  63. 83 Spencer Burrows August 2, 2011 at 6:13 pm

    Can’t do that its against the law!

  64. 84 lwtc247 August 3, 2011 at 1:52 pm

    The law has become a very big ass.

  65. 85 Spencer Burrows August 3, 2011 at 2:36 pm

    Different rules for different people, period!

  66. 87 Spencer Burrows August 4, 2011 at 8:22 pm

    Five Elite Gun Crime Cops Fired Over Photo

    6:13pm UK, Thursday August 04, 2011
    Five members of an elite police gun crime unit have been sacked for “inappropriate behaviour”.

  67. 88 Spencer Burrows August 4, 2011 at 8:49 pm

    Cleave land, Merseyside and Coventry in one day! Out of control gang! God bless Peter Medlicott!

  68. 89 lwtc247 August 5, 2011 at 10:22 am

    5 August 2011, http://w_ww.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-14412752

    BBC Main headline “Man dead and police officer hurt in Tottenham shooting”. On opening up the article you get this…
    “A man is understood to have been shot dead by a policeman in north London.”

    Surely headline should read “Policeman shoots man dead” followed by subheading “police officer also injured” especially as (when you have to read further into the article…) it says “It is thought the police officer was shot first”

    The police are given far too much an easy ride. Scum media spinning/protecting a scum organisation containing many scumbags.

  69. 90 lwtc247 August 5, 2011 at 10:26 am

    Can’t wait for the CCTV to show what happened. Like 9-11 (pentagon) and 7/7

  70. 91 Spencer Burrows August 5, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    Terminate with extreme prejudice!

  71. 92 lwtc247 August 9, 2011 at 3:18 am

    http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/related-24321-youtube-llc.do

    “15 riot police pushed the girl to the floor” – sparks the London riots.
    http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23976546-youtube-film-of-police-clash-with-girl-16-that-sparked-riot.do

    Anyone got a link to the YouTube video? Is it this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXVfdsHmp-g

    Shouldn’t these scumbag police be arrested for public order offences?

  72. 93 Spencer Burrows August 17, 2011 at 6:38 pm

    Taser used a number of times on Dale Burns before death

    Mr Burns’ condition deteriorated in hospital
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    Another person murdered by these vile criminals!

  73. 94 Spencer Burrows August 17, 2011 at 6:42 pm

    Fuck me what is it going to take to bring THESE criminals to justice? GOD BLESS PETER MEDLICOTT! a real shropshire HERO!

  74. 96 Spencer Burrows August 21, 2011 at 12:31 pm

    Monday 8th August, 2011
    Police Inspector In Court Over Child Sex Offences

    A police inspector who was based in Mansfield has appeared at Sheffield Crown Court this morning charged with two child sex offences.

    44-year-old Inspector Russell Dew was remanded back into the custody this morning by the court in South Yorkshire.

    It’s alleged that within the last year, Dew had sex with and also sexually touched a thirteen-year-old girl in the Newark area.

    Dew will now appear before the court again on October 24th.

    In the meantime, he has been suspended by the local police force and will remain in custody.

  75. 97 Spencer Burrows August 21, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    by Keith Hunt

    A former police officer who had sex with a teenage boy he met in an internet chatroom has been jailed today.

    Devious Olivier Leger even met the boy’s parents and pretended he had a terminally ill son so the victim could spend more time with him.

    He was handed for four-and-a-half years behind bars.

    After his arrest, police seized his computer and found 783 child sex abuse images.

    Maidstone Crown Court heard the 39-year-old Frenchman, of High Street, Newington, got to know the 13-year-old boy in the chatroom and arranged to meet him.

    Isobel Ascherson, prosecuting, said the boy was willing to meet Leger and no pressure was put on him.

    Leger, who served in French police, took him to swimming baths and sexually assaulted him and committed sex acts with him on two other occasions.

    He later briefly had sex with him.

    Miss Ascherson said Leger met the boy’s parents and asked if he could take him to visit his sick son in London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital.

    “This was a lie to get further access to the child and be alone with him,” she said.

    The parents eventually became suspicious and contacted the police.

    Leger admitted four charges of sexual activity with a child in February last year and nine of possessing indecent images of children.

    The pictures at levels one to four, the highest being five, totalled 783. There was also one movie clip at level two.

    Judge Philip Statman said Leger going to the boy’s home was a significant feature of the case.

    “This ruse allowed you to perform sexual activity with the victim,” he said.

    “It seems to me that highlights the manipulative and devious conduct of which you are undoubtedly capable.”

    There was no doubt the teenager was exploring his own sexuality but Leger knew from the start how old he was.

    “You knew the gravity of what you were doing,” added the judge.

    Leger was placed on the sex offenders’ register indefinitely and made subject to a sexual offences prevention order for 10 years. He will be banned from working with children.

    Judge Statman recommended sex offender treatment, either in prison or while on licence.

  76. 98 Spencer Burrows August 21, 2011 at 12:33 pm

    Aww! you just picking on the police force!

  77. 99 lwtc247 August 23, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    Is it just me or do the brit police seems over-represented in terms of serious criminals within their ranks. The sty deserved to be disbanded.

    Spencer, would you advocate local/community police by citizens? what would you do to address serious political/corporate/mafia crime?

  78. 100 Spencer Burrows August 23, 2011 at 6:31 pm

    Inquiry as man, 25, dies after he was pepper-sprayed and arrested by ‘ELEVEN officers’
    By ROB COOPER
    Last updated at 5:06 PM on 23rd August 2011

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    Jacob Michael died after he was blasted in the face with pepper spray
    A 25-year-old man collapsed and died after being overpowered with CS spray as he was being arrested by up to eleven police officers.
    Jacob Michael was sprayed in the face inside his home in the Widnes area of Cheshire, but managed to flee officers before being brought down on a verge 30 metres away.
    He was taken to a police station where he suddenly became unwell and was rushed to hospital by ambulance. He was pronounced dead two hours later.
    Today police watchdog the Independent Police Complaints Commission confirmed it had begun an investigation into Monday’s incident. Tests are due to be carried out into how Michael died.
    The dead man – who was known as Jake – had been with his family and is believed to have dialled 999 himself over a threat made to him when police arrived at the semi-detached home at 5pm.
    Police said they were arresting him on suspicion of affray but there was a struggle and Michael was blasted in the face with the spray.
    Despite him being temporarily blinded by the effects, Michael managed to run out of the house and got to a grass verge before being tackled and brought to the ground by other police officers who were waiting nearby.
    Neighbour Ann Blease, 40, said: ‘I didn’t know Jake that well but he seemed like a good lad, he was pleasant and good with all the kids, very friendly and happy-go-lucky.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2029173/Jacob-Michael-dies-pepper-sprayed-arrested-ELEVEN-officers.html#ixzz1VsVlA4eW

  79. 101 Spencer Burrows August 23, 2011 at 6:35 pm

    Pigs live in styes. They are sub-human vermin and belong in the gas chambers and then the crematoria. God bless Peter Medlicott!

  80. 102 lwtc247 August 24, 2011 at 2:41 pm

    You know Spencer, I’m getting the feeling these “””incidents””” and “””tragic deaths””” are happening with frightening increasing frequency and I seriously doubt they are getting the ongoing national coverage they deserve.

    I would not be the least bit surprised if there was an effort in parts of the (more popular) TV ‘news’ stations – particularly the BBC (or ZBC as it has been called) not to give too much airtime to things like this…and if that’s so, it’s outrageous.

  81. 103 Spencer Burrows August 24, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    More Medlicotts is what we need!

  82. 104 lwtc247 August 24, 2011 at 3:27 pm

    I’m feel a warming towards your position.

  83. 105 lwtc247 August 25, 2011 at 3:53 am

    From across the pond:

    USans begin to grow some balls?

    Will brits begin to grow some?

  84. 106 Spencer Burrows August 25, 2011 at 8:14 am

    This is why there is so much terrorism aimed at the US and the UK! They get away with it here and in the US, without any Q’s, so its just comes natural for those in power to do it to other countries! especially those countries with oil and gas.
    The riots in this country were in response to the establishment and the police stepping over the mark at will. The rioters ruined it for themselves when they started burning shops down and looting. But the whole thing was caused by the police FULL STOP. So much for freedom, democracy and justice! God bless Peter Medlicott a real Shropshire hero!

  85. 107 lwtc247 August 25, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    I watched a movie once where a group of judges frustrated at the constraints of the legal system set up a secret court where in private they deliberated upon cases and issued sentences.

    It would be interesting to see if some vigilante group ever formed regarding the crimes of the police.

    and MP’s and bent judges and sleazy newZ hacks and corporate city of London slime.

    Oh the fantasy!

  86. 108 lwtc247 August 25, 2011 at 2:59 pm

    Mark Passio – Free Your Mind Conference 2011

  87. 109 Spencer Burrows August 29, 2011 at 10:21 pm

    my Army number was 24756222. The police’ numbers all start with 007.

  88. 110 lwtc247 August 31, 2011 at 7:25 am

    I do not know the significance of those numbers.

    Didn’t know you were in the army; Hopefully you didn’t participate in any illegal acts of state sponsored aggression.

  89. 111 Spencer Burrows August 31, 2011 at 10:49 am

    007 is the James bond number licensed to kill. I was only in the army for a year.

  90. 112 lwtc247 August 31, 2011 at 1:25 pm

    I knew 007 is the ‘James Bond’ number, but I was wondering if there was any significance in it.

  91. 113 Spencer Burrows August 31, 2011 at 2:26 pm

    They seem to go around the place killing people and nothing comes of it. Mmmmm license to kill! They do not like it when one of there own gets slotted! I have a T-shirt with Peter Medlicott on it with ‘dispatcher of vermin, A real Shropshire hero!.’ Is this T-shirt illegal? I am going to continue to wear anyhow. I bet i will get sett up by them. As I am fully aware of, the police will get believed over me! especially if there is more than one of them. Good old British Justice!!!!

  92. 114 lwtc247 August 31, 2011 at 5:14 pm

    I knew the suggestion, but just because they have 007 doesn’t mean they can (although it turns out they DO) go around killing with impunity. Perhaps it’s NLP, I dunno. You could be right, but I have grave reservations accepting that it that’s its significance.

    You are a brave man to wear that t-shirt Spenser. I can understand why you like to wear it but you must surely know it’s liable to cause some piggy reaction if anyone spots it and understands what it is the t-shirt is actually saying. Why invite that upon yourself? I find it doubtful that it will succeed in making people see your pov. You’re more likely to succeed at that by just explaining to them verbally what you know of the police.

    I’m curious. Did you feel this way before you went into the army? I have the feeling the army isn’t much better – but instead of killing folks at home they relish in killing folks overseas.

  93. 115 Anonymous September 2, 2011 at 8:59 pm

    Yep, Police are two faced bastards, I just got done and guess what the F***ing bastard stated that he doesn’t have to obey the law,, he is the law… basically cunt was trepassing and when challenged claimed he could do what the fuck he wants he doesn’t have to give a fuck about any laws. British Police – I would rather pay a criminal gang my taxes to run the area I live in….. at least they have a code …. and put down their own kind that do not follow the code… rather than british police who just get early retirement at full pay — at my i.e. taxpayer expense….

  94. 117 Spencer Burrows September 2, 2011 at 9:13 pm

    hey mate they are the biggest criminal gang in the country!! Absolute fucking VERMIN the lot!!!! God bless Peter Medlicott.

  95. 118 lwtc247 September 3, 2011 at 4:42 am

    I would rank the politicians and fake monarch higher. The pigs to those horrible two’s bidding.

  96. 121 Spencer Burrows September 17, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    Four things in life I hate;
    1. Liars
    2. cheats
    3. Bullies
    4. Judas

    To join the British police force you have to excel at all of the above!

    GOD BLESS PETER MEDLICOTT. A REAL SHROPSHIRE HERO!!

  97. 122 Spencer Burrows September 19, 2011 at 6:53 am

    All British police personnel are insidious vermin.

  98. 123 lwtc247 September 21, 2011 at 3:05 am

    Spenser. It would be interesting to see how widely held your view on the police is.

    Sadly, this ultra-quiet part of the web is not the kinda place one is likely to find out.

  99. 126 Spencer Burrows October 9, 2011 at 9:26 pm

    just vermin the lot of them!

  100. 127 lwtc247 October 11, 2011 at 8:04 am

    I sometimes wonder if a vigilante to take on these crooked cops will appear.

  101. 128 Anonymous October 11, 2011 at 8:51 am

    I hope so!!!

  102. 129 Anonymous October 11, 2011 at 11:04 am

    Be patient! good things happen to those who are patient.

  103. 130 andrew October 12, 2011 at 7:11 pm

    Guy from earlier who got done, Well guess what,, the cop attended court and influenced the outcome of my case to get a harsher sentence — he openly colluded with the prosecution in court —- Police = Scum
    Frankly the only good cop is a DEAD COP.
    On your last sentiments — I really hope the cunt get killed on the job
    Well done anyone who gets one over on the fucking scum corrupt police system — I will never ever lift a finger to help those cunts in anyway — I always believed in the Law & obeyed it,,, what an Arsehole I have been.
    Good luck to any bastard who kills a pig – I hope they get away with it. I wouldn’t waste my urine putting one out if he was on fire — I would throw petrol on the cunt and get the marshmellows out.

    • 131 Spencer Burrows October 15, 2011 at 1:38 pm

      They are all vermin!! They only exist to make you do what the government says and the perks of the job is do what you like! They ARE the worst of the worst! In this shitty democracy there are different rules for different people. If you are a straight working class white male your at the bottom! FREE HARRY ROBERTS!!! Tell you what man, just reading your experience is making my blood boil! FUCK THIS COUNTRY!!!!!!

      • 132 lwtc247 October 16, 2011 at 10:30 am

        I’d say the kween and the politicians are worse, and the military too who are still able to hide behind the “following orders” excuse to massacre innocent people. Per head, the police are probably the path of least evil.

    • 133 Spencer Burrows October 31, 2011 at 10:07 am

      Responses to freedom of information requests from 47 of the UK’s 53 police forces found that between 2008 and 2010, at least 489 officers facing misconduct allegations were able to quietly walk away.

  104. 135 lwtc247 October 13, 2011 at 11:02 am

    I’ll say once again that I don’t go along with calls for wishing bad things happen to any old “random” police officer as there are likely to be be good ones in amongst the festering slime.

    As for the rotten cops…

  105. 136 Spencer Burrows October 13, 2011 at 11:59 am

    Yep another satisfied customer of the vermin British police force! Where I come from Pc Grey was good cop along with Pc Kevin Hughes. Mmmmmm theyre both brown bread!!!! The latter had indecent images of children on his laptop. So he could not face the same justice system as you and i, he hung himself! Hahahahahahahaah good ridance you verimous subhumans!

  106. 137 Spencer Burrows October 13, 2011 at 6:20 pm

    GOD BLESS PETER MEDLICOTT!!!!

  107. 138 Spencer Burrows October 13, 2011 at 6:21 pm

    EVERY ONE OF THEM ARE SUB HUMAN VERMIN!!!!!

  108. 139 lwtc247 October 13, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    Spencer.
    Given the large amount of scum in the police force, It’s not the realm of fantasy to predict they may try and set you up.

  109. 140 Spencer Burrows November 1, 2011 at 12:07 am

    The police only get away with their crimes because the people they really look after allow it. i.e. those who walk the corridors of power and the rich. The police force are the biggest armed GANG in Britain!!

  110. 141 lwtc247 November 1, 2011 at 8:08 am

    Much nodding in agreement Spencer.

  111. 142 Anonymous November 2, 2011 at 10:12 pm

    i see on the tv today 6 or7 police smashing some blokes car up with baseball bats n pickaxe handles! Mmmmmm you guessed it they’re allowed to exercise their gang mentality. They’ll get whats coming to them one day the insidious subhuman vermin!

    • 144 Anonymous November 26, 2011 at 10:22 am

      He mentioned violent armed criminals. he took the words out of my mouth. thats what the police are exactly. Did that black lad have a gun or not? You will never get the truth out of the police! Bit of a story for you. I brought an RC helicopter off ebay (big nitro thing) the seller couldnt get it to fly because he wired it up wrong. Any way it was well beyond me. I contacted a club. This bloke from the club built it up from scratch again. Now this bloke is a magistrate in Cheshire. His words were to me ” the police tell lies!” as he went on ” We had a new magistrate with us, bit new to the fact, and she just couldnt believe that the police tell lies!” At least this magistrate had seen through the lying verminous scumbags! Every copper deserves a bullet through the head! make it a dum dum round, the same illegal rounds they used in Stockwell tube.

  112. 145 Spencer Burrows December 1, 2011 at 10:18 pm

    8 slimy liars walk free from a Welsh court! The true face of British justice!

  113. 146 Paul Taylor December 2, 2011 at 3:01 am

    an honest cop is hard to find but i know some exist, take Frank Serpico for example

    i used to live in a small village near London and my next door neighbour was a policeman and he was in fact a very nice man

    even so there is a problem with the police and US cops are even worse

  114. 147 lwtc247 December 2, 2011 at 12:49 pm

    Spencer, i think, is not for turning.

  115. 148 Spencer Burrows December 2, 2011 at 2:56 pm

    the worm definitely turned for me when I experienced these cowardly insidious creeps! You can not tell me no other South West Wales police personnel new those men were fit up for the murder of that woman. God bless Peter Medlicott!!! A real shropshire hero!

  116. 149 Spencer Burrows December 2, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    All police deserve what they get!!!!

  117. 150 Spencer Burrows December 9, 2011 at 5:14 pm

    copper murders his family in Melton Mowbry. I rest my case against these insidious cowardly vermin!

  118. 151 Spencer Burrows December 9, 2011 at 5:16 pm

    Sounds like he was a man of justice!!

  119. 152 lwtc247 December 9, 2011 at 8:09 pm

    Hell should warmly embrace this sick and utter filthy @*&# Tobias Day. Why couldn’t he just kill himself? I think it shows signs of him being a control freak, he had to show he had ‘power’ over other people. Just the kind of person the police probably actively recruit.

  120. 153 Spencer Burrows December 9, 2011 at 9:27 pm

    you got it in 1!

  121. 154 Dr David Green December 10, 2011 at 12:01 am

    Hampshire police are regularly scum. They have created false records – acceptable in the eyes of their professional standards department. They have assualted me – acceptable in the eyes of the police standards department. They arrested my wife and I; my wife had a stroke, they sought no treatment, result my wife in hospital for 3 weeks – police standards judged they did nothing wrong.
    They harrassed my family on many occasions, their falsification of records resulted in a false CRB declaration and Roger Trencher is denying me access to the compensation I am due.
    Money stolen at Lloyds TSB is supposedly not a crime – more police harassment.
    Hampshire police are just quite simply bloody useless and criminal – Hampshire Police are full of crooks

  122. 155 Spencer Burrows December 10, 2011 at 12:05 am

    God bless Peter Medlicott. That man was on the right path in how to deal with this social problem!

  123. 156 lwtc247 December 12, 2011 at 11:31 am

    It’s in the Daily Mail so some caution is necessary re the fine details, however:
    Four police officers who ‘stole cash from street beggars’ are suspended
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2072738/Four-police-officers-suspended-colleagues-complain-stole-cash-street-beggars.html

  124. 157 Paul Taylor December 12, 2011 at 11:43 am

    please note some Zionist joker is impersonating me online. its easy to spot but i really feel that the comments should be reviewed before publishing. i am sure word press does not usually allow deliberate impersonation of others yet thats what is being done. i am a victim of a concerted hate campaign by vicious unprincipled Zionist lunatics. sorry but that’s a fact

    It could happen to you

  125. 158 Spencer Burrows December 12, 2011 at 2:48 pm

    Duggan family’s ‘breakdown in confidence’ in IPCC

    Mark Duggan’s death in Tottenham in August sparked the first riots in the area
    There has been a “complete breakdown in confidence” between the family of Mark Duggan and the police watchdog, a pre-inquest review has heard.

    Michael Mansfield QC, for the Duggan family, said “from the beginning there has been misinformation, a lack of information” from the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

  126. 159 Spencer Burrows December 19, 2011 at 11:05 pm

    Peter Medlicott = HERO! can’t wait for the next one to come out of the woodworks!!! Heheheheheheheheheheheheheheheehe!

  127. 160 Spencer Burrows December 20, 2011 at 7:35 pm

    Police want to use live ammunition on the Public (those they deem not worthy of life that is!)

    • 161 Dr David Green December 20, 2011 at 9:31 pm

      Our police must never be given carte blanche to use live ammunition on protestors on demonstrations. They have shown how trigger happy and nervous they become when security levels are heightened. Ask the family of the Brazilian shot on the Tube whose only crime was to rush for the tube train and “of course” police saw him reach into his coat to just detonate thin air. Police and guns do not go together.

      • 162 Spencer Burrows December 20, 2011 at 10:17 pm

        The police are on a different set of rules to the rest of us. Well, apart from the creeps who walk down the corridors of power! i.e. the Tony Blairs of this world and that sort of people!

      • 163 Dr David Green December 20, 2011 at 10:30 pm

        Couldn’t agree more. Our recourse is t complain to the police standards department 9ran by the buddies of the police officers that you complain about. Then, when the police standards depratment come back clearing their corrupt colleagues of any offence and you go to the IPCC all they do is rubber stamp the report by the buddies of the officers about whom the complaint is made. If anyone is responsible for the public taking matters into their own hands then it must be these lying, cheating bastards in our police forces defending and protecting then bent colleagues.

  128. 164 Spencer Burrows December 24, 2011 at 2:21 am

    i would like to send pc greys family happy christmas

  129. 165 Spencer Burrows December 24, 2011 at 2:23 am

    same as stockwell!!

  130. 166 lwtc247 December 25, 2011 at 3:29 am

    Not familiar with PC Grays Spencer or “Stockwell”. All Stockwell makes me think of Jean Charles deMenezes and I don’t think you’d wish Merry Christmas on any of them.

    Any quick links?

    Merry Christmas to you anyway.

    • 167 Dr David Green December 25, 2011 at 12:20 pm

      Ah,the police who were trigger happy at Stockwell did not d anything wrong – at least in the judgement of the equally corrupt IPCC. Just goes to show the toytown organisations set up to deal with police misconduct are composed of their fellow officers (police standards) and policeopphilic IPCC investigators who rely on them to conduct affairs rationally and not for police gain

      • 168 lwtc247 December 26, 2011 at 4:02 pm

        policeophilic. Good term. It’s a running farce that they abuses done by the police* are investigated by their buddies. If there is to b a police force, why can’t a panel of ordinary people be chosen at random and anonymously with the power to investigate these abuses and issue a report, after which the file could be used for prosecution. A super kind of pre-jury because the IPCC isn’t “I” at all, and IMHO it’s a failure.

        * I saw an FOI asking about police abuse incidents amongst Surrey police force. Can’t find the link now :( but on reading it it certainly seemed very much higher than what abuse levels should be in a police force (i.e. Zero!!!)

  131. 169 Spencer Burrows December 25, 2011 at 12:59 pm

    I see 4 senior police vermin are in the news! Its every other day they’re being exposed. It really takes a unique type of insidiousness to be a British police officer.

  132. 171 Spencer Burrows December 25, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    British police = innocent when proved guilty!Perks of a corrupt establishment!

  133. 172 Dr David Green December 26, 2011 at 6:41 pm

    The truth has to come out in the end. Thank goodness someone has the money to be able to expose police corruption. Unfortunately, our Government passed the laws that mean we have to complain to the police standards department (undoubtedly corrupt) which will not judge misconduct fairly, finding in favour of their buddies. Appealing to the IPCC re these corrupt judgements is no better, as the IPCC do not look for truth but how to clear corrupt officers. In other words their is no hope for truth. Indeed you find as in Hampshire, that no matter how poor the police perform (20% clear up rate and failure to record what most people would see as crime), that the inept chief constables then get awarded the QPM as Alex Marshall did in Hampshire.
    So corrupt all round and all because the Government depend on the police to prevent disruption when the introduce policies the country never voted for.

  134. 173 Spencer Burrows December 26, 2011 at 6:44 pm

    God bless Peter medlicott!

  135. 174 Paul December 27, 2011 at 6:48 am

    come on spencer, Medlicott shot a random policeman. I am all in favur f punishing crooked police but many police do their duty. Its NOT FAIR to attack ALL policemen even when you are right a big problem exist

    what about Tony Farrell is he scum too?

    well i guess as he got sacked for telling the truth he is no longer actually a policeman

  136. 176 Spencer Burrows December 27, 2011 at 10:05 am

    Robert Hall, was a random member of the public aswell. ALL of them deserve what they get FULL STOP!

  137. 178 lwtc247 December 30, 2011 at 10:01 am

    Good video Spencer. Thankfully there is someone (albehe a 9-11 turncoat) to film this Del Boy Smelly creep. It would be good if Smelly was continually offered the chance to apologise every time he steps out of his little police hut.
    Sadly though the people are partly responsible for how bad the police have got. Taking to the streets and waving a little banner believing it’ll change anything is laughable.

    I would love to see a non-establishment justice force to dispense justice to these slimeballs. It’s wholly necessary due to the abject failure of the establishment to police it’s own police, besides, it gives them FAR to much official freedom to go beyond any reasonable limit. While it stops them from pursuing the real criminals in Parliament/Whitehall/Buck palace and the th boardroom.

  138. 181 lwtc247 January 1, 2012 at 5:53 pm

    dislike
    (scummy police)

  139. 182 Dr David Green January 2, 2012 at 4:44 pm

    I may have said it before but Hampshire Police ably (mis0-led by Alex Marshall have anovel way of covering up their mistakes. They make false records, supply them to the CRB and then when ones employment is held up because of this are bare-faced enough to say that they made an error in a rush to release a person in urgent need of medical treatment (only 4 hours after the crisis). What they mean os that their custody staff – sgt Crees and sgt Voller, failed to follow the correct procedure and take samples for DNA testing or fingerprints.
    However, what is astonishing in my case, is that in the absence of appropriate forensic samples, and as a result of police staff in Hampshire having inadequate training or inadequate capabilities to be a police officer, they throw onto a record crimes that I have never committed. So on finding out that I had a record for drunk driving and robbery (which were never committed) the corrupt police then move to the next level. Rooger Trencher, Hampshire Police’s inept force solicitor admitted police corruption and liability for the errors it made but all claims for compensation which he offered have been denied. Surprise, surprise, Hampshire Force solicitor’s department lose correspondence. I just love the way Hampshire poloice are an irresponsible, lying bunch of arseholes.

    • 183 Spencer Burrows January 2, 2012 at 6:45 pm

      I am a student at forensic science at keele university, and it is pretty obvious they were not doing their jobs properly! But what the heck! its the British establishment and you have to put up with their double standards procedures. I have had many dealings with these lower than crocodile piss rats! They are scheming good only for a bullet/knife/axe/abrin/ricin/TATP/TNP/HMTD/piece of cheese wire pieces of corrupt shit!

  140. 184 Spencer Burrows January 3, 2012 at 5:57 am

    Horden deaths inquiry focuses on six weapons licences

    The house is the subject of a detailed forensic operation
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    Durham shooting victims are named
    Four people found dead at house
    Police investigating the deaths of three women and the man who shot them before killing himself are expected to focus on why he owned six guns.

    Michael Atherton, 42, had licences for the firearms despite police revealing they were told three years ago that he had threatened to harm himself.

    More folks let down by a lazy police force! Would have been OK if it was 3 of them!
    Well i am gonna apply for a FAC. Mmmmmmmmm! do you think they will let me have a 7.62 sniper rifle? Parker-Hale M82 would be nice! I’ll have to stick with my Barnett Predator i suppose.

  141. 185 lwtc247 January 3, 2012 at 10:38 am

    lol. One thinks the muzzle would never grow cold spence.

  142. 186 Spencer Burrows January 5, 2012 at 12:48 am

    Cowards the lot of them! just like the people who run the country!

  143. 188 Spencer Burrows January 10, 2012 at 7:15 am

    Who thinks that vermin who unlawfully took the life of Ian Thomlinson will go to jail? Not me!

  144. 191 Anonymous January 18, 2012 at 1:41 pm

    GOD BLESS PETER MEDLICOTT ! THE BEST RAT EXTERMINATOR EVER!!!

  145. 192 Spencer Burrows January 25, 2012 at 11:59 pm

    Just watching the 1980s film SCUM. Nothing much changes in this country. The British establishment will never lose those double standards!

  146. 193 Spencer Burrows February 5, 2012 at 6:06 pm

    Peter Medlicott = A real hero!

  147. 194 Spencer Burrows March 3, 2012 at 7:50 am

    The British police force are the defenders of plutocracy. Lets face it, that is what we live in! Block 11 for every police man/woman! Look that one up!!!

  148. 195 Over educated but none the wiser March 5, 2012 at 10:24 am

    The insanity that the police are has been documented through psychological experimentation like in the Stanford prison experiment conducted by Philip Zimbardo. There it shows that corruption and abuse are the natural by-product of authority. FUCK ALL THE POLICE, THEY ARE ALL LYING SCUM WHO DON’T EVEN KNOW THE LAWS THEY SAY THEY UPHOLD.

    To be honest they don’t know the difference between unlawful and illegal.

    • 196 spencer March 5, 2012 at 12:08 pm

      How very true!!! The only people they look out for are those with money and the liars of Westminster palace. I used to work at Muller yoghurt’s, the perks of my job were cheap muller products.
      The perks of the job for the lazy british police force is avoidance of justice! i.e. Do what you like, nothing will be done about it! Just as long you work for us and keep our interests at heart! and throw the dogs a bone!

  149. 197 Over educated but none the wiser March 5, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    Check this out http://menmedia.co.uk/manchestereveningnews/news/s/1487323_suspected-robber-anthony-grainger-was-shot-through-the-heart-by-police-in-cheshire-village-of-culcheth,

    Anthony Grainger from Bolton was shot by the Greater Manchester Police in a pre-planned police operation in the village of Culcheth ……… is this pre planned murder? as it was pre-planned it can hardly be seen as man slaughter.

    How can the Independent Police Complaints Commission be independent when it’s run by the goverment who also runs the police services aswell?…..

    Are my three eyes wide open….?

    • 198 Spencer Burrows March 5, 2012 at 8:53 pm

      were these men armed? i still have not found out out if that man who was shot in London last summer was armed (Duggan)? does anyone know

      • 199 Over educated but none the wiser March 13, 2012 at 11:06 pm

        I don’t think I read any where that they had any weapons found on them in the Culcheth incident.

    • 200 Spencer Burrows March 6, 2012 at 9:02 pm

      a cop who lived by me committed suicide because he got caught with filthy images of children! Not only that i found out last week this dirty creep was having sex with 14 and 15 year old girls, the one was in government care! The police never printed that in the paper, the insidious morons!

      • 201 lwtc247 March 9, 2012 at 9:59 am

        due to the position & level of of trust we are forced (by ramming into us) to give cops, the punishment for cops that abuse that trust should be made many times worse.
        Better still… No cops at all.

  150. 202 Spencer Burrows March 8, 2012 at 7:56 pm

    Free harry Roberts!!!!!

  151. 203 lwtc247 March 9, 2012 at 9:37 am

    Thanks for posting the latest cop instigated killing-fest here. Best not let these things go down without (some kind of) opposition/anger.

    The filthy cop fest bandwagon just keep trundling on. Where it will stop nobody knows.

  152. 205 Spencer Burrows March 14, 2012 at 11:49 pm

    Yet another case for the IPCC !

    Metropolitan Police (Met) officers assaulted a 16-year-old boy with severe autism by forcing him into handcuffs and leg restraints during a school trip, the High Court has ruled.

    The judge said the boy, now 19, also had his human rights breached.

    The boy, who also has epilepsy, was subjected to disability discrimination and false imprisonment, it was ruled.

    He was awarded £28,250 in damages following the incident at a swimming pool in Acton, west London, in 2008.

    ‘Refusing to apologise’
    The force was refused permission to appeal, although counsel for the Met Commissioner said the application would be pursued directly with the Court of Appeal.

    Outside court, the teenager’s solicitor Tony Murphy said: “The commissioner, Bernard Hogan-Howe, is still refusing to apologise and has instead sought permission to appeal this judgement.

    “He has used public money to defend the indefensible.”

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    The case highlights the need for there to be an awareness of the disability of autism within the public services”

    Sir Robert Nelson
    High Court judge
    The boy, known only as ZH, was physically removed from the swimming pool and forcibly restrained after he jumped into the pool fully clothed.

    The judge, Sir Robert Nelson, said although the officers attending the incident were acting as they genuinely thought best, their responses were “over-hasty and ill-informed”.

    Matters escalated to the point where a “wholly inappropriate” restraint of ZH, who cannot communicate by speech, took place.

    By failing to consult his carers, the police failed to understand the potentially serious consequences of applying force and restraint to ZH, who was said to have suffered moderate post-traumatic stress disorder.

    The judge said that ZH was at the pool for a familiarisation with four other pupils when he became fixated with the water and broke away from the group.

    When the police arrived, they perceived it as a “life-and-death situation” as ZH, who could not swim but had no fear of the water nor indeed any knowledge of its danger, could have drowned.

    When ZH moved closer to the pool, two officers took hold of his jacket as he began to gather momentum, but he was much too big and strong and ended up in the water, which was chest-deep.

    Police van cage
    ZH was moved to the shallow end and lifted out by lifeguards, with two police officers taking hold of his arms before handcuffs and leg restraints were applied.

    Soaking wet, agitated and distressed, he was placed alone in a cage in the rear of a police van until calmed by carers and allowed to leave with them.

    The judge said lawyers for ZH had established his claim for trespass to the person, assault and battery and false imprisonment under the Disability Discrimination Act and the Human Rights Act,

    He said: “The case highlights the need for there to be an awareness of the disability of autism within the public services.

    “It is to be hoped that this sad case will help bring that about.”

    The court heard it was the first time police in London had been found to have subjected a member of the public to inhuman or degrading treatment, and to disability discrimination.

    A spokesman for the Met said they were giving the findings of the hearing “full and careful consideration”.

    He added: “We will be seeking legal advice and take forward any learning as appropriate.

    “We are making an application for leave to appeal today.”

    GOD BLESS PETER MEDLICOTT!

    • 206 lwtc247 March 15, 2012 at 2:44 am

      The filthy pigs.
      Could well be the good behaving police are the few bad apples!

    • 207 Over educated but none the wiser March 15, 2012 at 4:39 pm

      I was going to post this but it was had before I could. It would seem the pigs, that’s the police, only pick on people who are smaller than them selves.
      And if the people they want to bully are larger than them they get the guns out then get the “Independent” Police Complaint Commission to say every thing was “OK”, no harm done.
      Then you got Ian Tomlinson’s death aswell, caught on camera too, if a member of public did that it would be at least man slaughter.

      Then today I head that the police were blaming “the drunken Liverpool fans” for the Hillsborough disaster in a secret report released today, When it was their choice to cage the fans in.

      The pigs are shite at their job, I don’t need them at all.

      Also the police never stop crime because they turn up after the crime was committed, so what is the point of the police when they’re not fit for purpose? Seems like they waste my tax money and I don’t get any value for money at all.

      • 208 spencer March 15, 2012 at 4:59 pm

        The police are there to make you do what the plutocratic government say. and to look after the interests of the rich. NOTHING ELSE. Throw the dog a bone for the rest. Oh the perks of their job is to avoid justice! God bless Peter Medlicott!

  153. 209 Spencer Burrows March 15, 2012 at 7:55 am

    I hear that execution in cheshire they carried out a week or so back the victim was unarmed. Is that true?
    They need a dose of abrin every one of the filthy vermin

  154. 212 Spencer Burrows March 19, 2012 at 1:08 am

    What did Ella Wheeler Wilcox once say?

  155. 215 Spencer Burrows March 23, 2012 at 9:23 pm

    Just turned TV over and the program is Brit cops: Zero tolerance………………..Shouldn’t it be zero honesty!!!

  156. 219 Spencer Burrows March 24, 2012 at 10:24 am

    Should have been a male Lion a hungry male Lion………………..Yum Yum!

  157. 220 lwtc247 March 24, 2012 at 12:59 pm

    Ha Ha! Or even better (perhaps) a different cop! like vs like.

  158. 221 lwtc247 March 26, 2012 at 2:32 pm

    BBC reports:

    “London riots: Mark Duggan inquest ‘may not be held’
    Mark Duggan (pic: Jeff Moore) Mark Duggan was shot by police last August in Tottenham

    A pre-inquest hearing into the death of Mark Duggan has been told that there may not be an inquest at all. “

  159. 222 Spencer Burrows March 29, 2012 at 3:57 pm

    got arrested yesterday for saying God bless Peter medlicott! The thick twat realised he had nothing so he made a pack of lies up. U would never have guessed that. One cop woman was screaming scum at me. This is what the true face of the police is about. LIES and ABUSE! they are vermin!

  160. 223 lwtc247 March 30, 2012 at 3:56 pm

    Sorry to hear that Spence, No point in saying what you do around cops though, it’ll only cause you problems. But fair play to you.

  161. 224 Spencer Burrows April 21, 2012 at 9:03 pm

    VILE LYING CREEPING COWARDS!!!!

  162. 226 lwtc247 April 23, 2012 at 6:01 pm

    But Spencer, it could be worse, we’re still a little bit away from this…
    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article31152.htm

  163. 227 Spencer Burrows May 7, 2012 at 11:52 am

    Grace Kamara body: New funeral for woman buried in wrong grave

    South Yorkshire Police is investigating how the body mix-up happened
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    The funeral of a woman whose body was exhumed from the grave of a former paratrooper is being held later.

    Grace Kamara’s body was mistakenly buried at the Northern Cemetery in Hull in 2000 instead of that of Christopher Alder, 37.

    The error went unnoticed until November last year when Mr Alder’s body was found in a mortuary.

    The funeral is being held at St Charles Catholic Church in Hull, three months after the body was exhumed.

    South Yorkshire Police are investigating how the mix-up happened.

    Ms Kamara, 77, died from natural causes but her burial had been delayed until 4 November 2011 for family reasons.

    Thirty specialists were involved in the exhumation overnight on 21 February.

    Mr Alder choked to death at Queen’s Gardens police station soon after he was arrested in 1998.

    Ten years ago, a coroner’s jury decided Mr Alder was unlawfully killed, and misconduct and manslaughter charges were later brought against five Humberside Police officers.

    They were acquitted of all criminal charges in 2002.

    In 2006, an Independent Police Complaints Commission report said four of the officers present in the custody suite when Mr Alder died were guilty of the “most serious neglect of duty”.

    But the Police Federation said the officers “strongly disputed” the report’s conclusions.

  164. 228 Spencer Burrows May 7, 2012 at 11:53 am

    INSIDIOUS COWARDS every one of them Godbless peter medlicott

  165. 229 Spencer Burrows May 18, 2012 at 12:15 am

    Die britischen Polizei sind feiglinge, die sich um die wohlfahrt der reichen und der die kriminellen Minderheiten.Sie benötigen alle eine Dusche zu nehmen!

    • 230 lwtc247 May 22, 2012 at 6:02 pm

      Yip! Stinking cowards only interested in looking after the bosses. Just check out the symbolism they cover themselves in. They may(?) have started out as ok (Peeler’s) but they just fascists infantrymen now.

  166. 231 Spencer Burrows May 18, 2012 at 11:45 am

    Pc to face court for ‘baton attack’

    Published Date: 18 May 2012
    A West Yorkshire police officer who allegedly hit a man on the head with a baton will face a charge of assault, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) has said.
    West Yorkshire officer Pc Ian Bell has been summoned to face the charge and will appear in court next month.

    The IPCC said the prosecution follows its investigation into an incident in Castleford on October 23 last year, in which it was alleged a man, who has not been named, was struck on the head with a police baton.

    Bell, 39, who is based at Jessop Street police station in Castleford, will appear at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court on June 11.

    • 232 lwtc247 May 22, 2012 at 5:58 pm

      Spencer.
      Given the record of the police, methinks it’s not unfair to believe this wording may be more accurate: “A West Yorkshire police officer who hit a man on the head with a baton will face a charge of assault”

  167. 233 Anonymous May 28, 2012 at 10:52 am

    I reported a crime and they ignored it, Liverpool PCT neglected my mother in law apparently the Law does not apply to them

  168. 234 spencer May 28, 2012 at 10:58 am

    I would never have guessed that!! They only there to make you do what the corrupt government order and to look after the rich. A police persons perk of the job is they can go around doing as they like without any repercussions!!!! They are the biggest GANG in the country.

    God bless Peter Medlicott!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  169. 236 spencer June 24, 2012 at 5:26 am

    Defenders of plutocracy, absolute VERMIN, SCUM OF THE UNIVERSE!

  170. 237 lwtc247 June 25, 2012 at 8:41 am

    spencer. I really don’t like the bnp as I do the British police,
    but I support freedom of speech, so fair enough.

    (I wonder if the bnp support free speech for the people they hate? I have my doubts)

  171. 239 lwtc247 June 25, 2012 at 9:42 am

    Personally, I think democracy is a sham, but yes, I agree, under what we are told is democracy, Jefferson should be able to exercise his legitimate rights. His treatment was simply a disgrace, as is Jefferson’s portrayal that it’s Islam that’s to blame rather than filthy men.

    • 240 lwtc247 June 25, 2012 at 9:46 am

      These men deserve what they get. I think you will find Islam is rather absent from their lives. And any focus on them being Muslim or even “of Asian heritage” shows an underlying hatred of Islam.

  172. 242 spencer June 28, 2012 at 1:27 pm

    Dirty sub human vermin WILL walk away head high!
    GOD BLESS PETER MEDLICOTT

  173. 243 spencer June 28, 2012 at 4:46 pm

    IPCC defies coroner over Duggan statements

    Mr Duggan was shot dead by police
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    A coroner has clashed with the lawyer for the Independent Police Complaints Commission after it refused to release material on the death of Mark Duggan.

    Mr Duggan’s shooting by police in north London sparked the 2011 summer riots.

    The IPCC barrister, Robin Tam QC, refused to provide copies of witness statements to Coroner Andrew Walker during a pre-inquest hearing.

    Mr Walker said that was “quite extraordinary” and ordered the material to be disclosed within 28 days.

    The death of Mr Duggan, 29, led to protests in Tottenham which then turned into widespread looting and rioting across the country.

    Refusing to provide the requested material, Mr Tam explained the IPCC wanted to disclose all of the evidence and statements it had gathered at the same time.

    He said: “Further significant evidence has come to light which is being worked on.”

    Investigation ‘mal-management’
    BBC Home Affairs Correspondent Danny Shaw said it was thought to be a reference to video footage of the shooting obtained by the BBC.

    Mr Tam went on to claim it would be “dangerous” to provide only some of the material.

    Michael Mansfield QC, representing Mark Duggan’s family, said the IPCC’s position was “utterly unacceptable”, warning the organisation it would be in contempt if it refused the coroner’s instructions.

    He suggested the reason the IPCC did not want to pass on the information was its own “mal-management” of the investigation.

    “That’s the explanation they don’t want to give you,” he said.

    A review is scheduled to take place in October to determine if an inquest can be held or if an inquiry will take place instead.

    The coroner has said previously it might not be possible to hold an inquest because of the existence of sensitive evidence.

  174. 244 spencer June 30, 2012 at 5:52 am

    i can not wait for the next one to be put 6 foot under. Happy times!!!

  175. 245 lwtc247 July 1, 2012 at 9:23 am

    Thanks for the Duggan update spencer. It is flabbergasting that this has happened.

    I’m curious as to your way to have a system of law enforcement/’upholdment’.

    Do you see any way back for this current police force to what they should be.

    • 246 spencer July 1, 2012 at 9:30 am

      Only worse!!! my way would be i can go around doing as i like!!! instead of the rich and the those in power! Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm could i be as bad as that??????

      • 247 lwtc247 July 1, 2012 at 11:04 am

        Do you think law and order can exist if only left to the citizenry? If there is a breach e.g. someone pinching my car because they want it, how to deal with that?

      • 248 spencer July 1, 2012 at 12:01 pm

        contact your insurance company. I had an intruder at the back of my house and my Rott saw them off! Police said i was wasting my time. I have a high powered crossbow good job i didnt have it then! Alot of crime goes unreported, the police and government statistics are total rubbish.

  176. 249 spencer July 2, 2012 at 7:31 pm

    A long-serving Telford detective has been cautioned after assaulting Wrekin MP Mark Pritchard in a pub toilet.

    Detective Sergeant Graham Cooper, aged 51, was cautioned by officers after admitting assaulting the 44-year-old Conservative MP at the Huntsman pub in Little Wenlock in May.

    The caution means Cooper admits guilt for the assault and will receive a criminal record for it. But he will not now face court action and remains on duty.

    The detective, who is based at Telford police station and has more than 20 years service, had been due to appear before Redditch magistrates charged with common assault later this week.

    Cooper, from the Telford area, is alleged to have put his hand in the Conservative MP’s face and shoved him against a wall in the toilets at The Huntsman on May 31.

    Toby Shergold, spokes-man for West Mercia Police, said: “We can confirm that Detective Sergeant Graham Cooper has received a caution for common assault in Little Wenlock on May 31 this year.

    “He has not been suspended but there is an on-going misconduct process as a result of this incident.”

    This afternoon Mr Pritchard said he would continue to speak out against any misconduct by police.

    Mr Pritchard said: “This assault has made me more, not less, resilient to speak up on behalf of my constituents and against police misconduct.

    “I will also continue to fully support fundamental reforms to the police service. The police need to rediscover they police by consent not by might; that they need the public’s trust to do their job effectively; and that all officers are subject to the same law as everyone else.”

    In July 2003 DS Cooper received an official accolade for being a community hero and was commended for an investigation into a Telford paedophile ring.

    Read more: http://www.shropshirestar.com/news/crime/2012/07/02/i-attacked-mp-mark-pritchard-admits-telford-police-officer/#ixzz1zUluUiAy

  177. 250 spencer July 2, 2012 at 7:33 pm

    Mmmmm……. if I go and do that I wonder what I would get???????

  178. 252 spencer July 9, 2012 at 8:20 pm

    Hahahahahaha
    An off-duty police officer has been shot dead and another man injured in a residential area of an Essex resort.

    Police were called at about 15:30 BST after reports of gunfire just off Redbridge Road in Clacton-on-Sea.

    Police named the man they are hunting over the shooting as Peter Reeve, 64, who they said was dangerous and warned people not to approach him.

    Armed officers are searching the town and residents have been advised to remain indoors as inquiries continue.

    Reeve, who is believed to be armed, is described as white, around 5ft 10ins with short greyish hair, wearing jeans and possibly with glasses. He comes from the Clacton area.

    Police would not comment further on the identity of the dead officer.

    ‘Sad day’
    Paul McKeever, chairman of the Police Federation, wrote on Twitter: “Every police officer in the country is thinking of our colleagues in Essex.

    Peter Reeve is wanted in connection with the double shooting, Essex Police said
    “Our thoughts are with the family and friends of our colleague who has been killed in Essex. It’s a very sad day indeed.”

    A white tent has been erected in front of a house at the scene and more than 13 police vehicles are parked nearby, including a van full of armed officers.

    A group of 20 neighbours were led away from nearby houses by forensic officers and gave their details before leaving the scene.

    A police spokesman said they were confident of catching the gunman after receiving many calls from the public.

    He also said when police arrived they found one man dead and another man with serious leg injuries lying in the street.

    A BBC Essex reporter said it was a quiet residential area in a “well-to-do” part of Clacton.

    A 45-year-old woman, who lives yards from the scene, said: “I heard a lot of commotion at about 3.40 near to flats at the end of the street.

    “I didn’t know what was going on. There’s still a lot of commotion in the street. I saw a man running up the road.

    “I don’t know anyone involved in what’s happened. The whole road has been cordoned off. My husband isn’t being allowed back to our house.”

    ‘Stay inside’
    Patrick Mooney, 83, returned from a shopping trip at about 16:00 to find police in his street.

    “I was escorted back to my house by police and told ‘stay inside’,” he said.

    “I didn’t ask what was going on and they didn’t tell me.”

    Hazel Field, 75, who lives in Redbridge Road, said she heard a number of gunshots.

    “I was in the garden at the time and heard a gunshot, followed by a woman’s scream,” she said.

    “Then I heard another gunshot, followed by about five more.”

    Another woman added: “We were standing outside and heard what we thought was a dog howling and then we realised it was a woman screaming.

    “We heard a man shouting and then there was another series of gunshots before it went quiet.

    “It must have been about 10 to 15 minutes later that we heard police sirens.”

  179. 253 lwtc247 July 17, 2012 at 8:43 am

    spencer & felix,
    MP’s, dirty cops, assaults and toilets. I think it’s called synchronicity.

    At a guess, you’d be arrested, slung in remand with dangerous likely-crims perhaps.

    Convenient that Peter Reeve killed himself isn’t it.

  180. 254 lwtc247 July 19, 2012 at 4:35 pm

    “Ian Tomlinson death: PC cleared”
    Hummm… If say, a vigilante group formed and dispensed the justice to Simon Harwood which the courts failed to do, I certainly wouldn’t lose any sleep over it. In fact, I may just crack a smile.

    • 255 spencer July 19, 2012 at 6:14 pm

      he walked free i take it

      • 256 spencer July 19, 2012 at 6:19 pm

        Now can you see why i praise the likes of peter medlicott and peter reeve, the police are a criminal empire who do not fear the half baked british justice system! Police gangster state has just been proved!
        DISGRACE ON THIS COUNTRY

      • 257 lwtc247 July 22, 2012 at 3:05 pm

        yeah, but lets hope the civil suit gets him. But of course the pig should have gone down, and not have to rely on a civil case (which could also fail!)

  181. 258 spencer July 26, 2012 at 8:43 am

    Here we go again!
    Armed police officers shoot man in Woking
    A man who was shot by police officers in Woking is being treated in hospital.

    According to Surrey Police, an armed unit was sent to Oak Tree Road, in Knaphill, just after 22:00 BST on Wednesday.

    This followed reports a man in his 40s was armed and intended to hurt himself and others. He was shot at the scene.

    Some nearby residents were evacuated after concerns an explosive device was planted at the address, however a bomb disposal team found nothing.

    Firearm at scene
    The man is being treated at St George’s Hospital, in Tooting, south London, though police have not revealed the extent of his injuries.

    Another man in his 30s was arrested and remains in custody. Police have said they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.

    Officers reported that a firearm was discovered at the scene but it has not yet been examined.

    The incident has been referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) which has sent investigators to the scene.

    A spokeswoman for the IPCC said: “A decision on the level of IPCC involvement will be made once the assessment is completed.”

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    there will be more LIES by the police vermin that is for sure. Godbless Peter Medlicott

  182. 259 lwtc247 July 26, 2012 at 11:30 am

    In Iraq US troops were reported to bring with them a few arms to plant around the bodies of innocents which they killed. They would take a picture for “evidence” that the dead were carrying arms and attacked the Coalition of the Killing’s troops.

    I have no reason to believe the cops are any different.

    But I still think the WYanks still have the monopoly.

  183. 260 lwtc247 July 26, 2012 at 11:33 am

    P.S. If you come across the Ozzie movie “Animal Kingdom” there might be a ‘golden moment’ in it for you.

    • 261 lwtc247 July 28, 2012 at 8:21 am

      On Craig Murray’s website:
      “Personally I do not give a flying fuck for the olympics…as Craig has said it is a podium for self aggrandising politicos to have thier 15 mins of fame on the goggle box telling how the event is a bonus for the people of the UK and a boon to our overseas reputation etc et bloody cetera.
      I have no intention of watching the opening ceremony tonight which, I believe, consists of some farm animals and other stuff. Why not have a stage featuring sink estates, hoodie gangs,a riot with a couple of burning buildings and a few coppers beating the shit out of a random member of Joe Public. Much more entertaining for the thuggish VIP plonkers from Bahrain, Saudi and other enlightened nations.”

  184. 262 spencer July 28, 2012 at 11:43 am

    Sounds about right though

  185. 264 spencer July 30, 2012 at 4:12 pm

    Hahahahahahahaha!! 2 birds with one stone!

    Ex-detective Peter Foster found hanged in jail

    Peter Foster was subject to suicide-prevention measures
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    A former detective jailed for life for murdering his partner has been found hanged in his cell.

    Peter Foster, 36, was jailed for at least 17 years at Lewes Crown Court last month after admitting murdering Heather Cooper, whose body was discovered in a shallow woodland grave.

    The 33-year-old was killed at the couple’s home in Haslemere, Surrey.

    Foster’s death, at Lewes Prison, comes three days after a man who knifed his stepfather to death was found hanged.

    Nathan Vaughan-Jones, 34, was found at about 20:30 BST on Friday at the prison and pronounced dead about 30 minutes later. He had been jailed for 11 years in March 2012.

    Vaughan-Jones admitted the manslaughter of 63-year-old Nigel Ross on the grounds of diminished responsibility after he stabbed him 41 times in the garden of his sister’s home in South Chailey, near Lewes.

    It is understood Foster was subject to suicide-prevention measures at Lewes jail.

    Heather Cooper was found dead in woodland a few miles from her home in Haslemere last October
    The Prison Service said he was found hanged in his cell at 03:00 BST.

    “Prison staff tried to resuscitate him and paramedics were called but he was pronounced dead at 03:25,” said a spokesman.

    “As with all deaths in custody, the independent Prisons and Probation Ombudsman will conduct an investigation.

    “We will now consider if these cases were completely isolated or if there were any common factors involved.”

    Foster stabbed Ms Cooper, a detective constable with Surrey Police, while she was on maternity leave in October last year following the birth of her second child.

    He then dumped her body in Blackdown Woods, near Lurgashall, West Sussex.

    Ms Cooper, who grew up in York, worked in the Public Protection Investigation Unit based at Guildford police station.

  186. 265 spencer July 30, 2012 at 11:09 pm

    just lying VERMIN

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    Rachel Hewitt jailed for cancer lies to police colleagues

    Hewitt admitted lying to colleagues about her daughter’s health
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    A police officer who took time off work after falsely claiming her daughter had cancer has been jailed for 18 months.

    Rachel Hewitt, 39, of Ash Grove, South Elmsall, West Yorkshire, admitted fraud and misconduct in public office earlier this year at Hull Crown Court.

    Hewitt claimed she had to miss shifts at North Yorkshire Police – where she no longer works – because her teenage daughter needed chemotherapy.

    In fact, the court heard, her daughter was taking part in show-jumping events.

    The offences relate to the period between 1 January 2009 and 10 October last year when Hewitt was a constable with North Yorkshire Police.

    ‘Breach of trust’
    The court was told the force gave her compassionate leave and special shifts, and colleagues organised whip-rounds to buy the family gifts.

    Jailing Hewitt, Judge Simon Jack said she had shown an “extreme breach of trust” by telling the lie for about two years before her arrest last year.

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    Nobody thought for a moment somebody would lie about something so serious”

    Judge Simon Jack
    Hewitt denied a further charge of fraud relating to a request for a career break to look after her daughter, who is now 15, with which the Crown Prosecution Service agreed it would not proceed.

    The court heard the mother-of-two had also been granted time off from her role, for which she got a salary of up to £29,400, after claiming she had swine flu and other serious illness.

    Prosecutor Simon Batiste said Hewitt took “considerable periods off from work” and was put on a four-day week after claiming her daughter had the life-threatening illness, and pretending she had also developed other conditions during her treatment.

    “On May 1 2010, she indicated her daughter had been hospitalised with pneumonia and would undergo treatment on May 7,” Mr Batiste said.

    “In fact, her daughter was competing that very day at the Port Royal Showground.”

    Heidi Cotton, representing Hewitt, said the defendant accepted “deliberately fabricating evocative family problems”, which was reflected in her plea.

    Jailing Hewitt, the judge said: “Your actions have undermined the trust the police officers place in each other and they will no doubt undermine, to some extent at least, the trust members of the public place in the police.

    “If a police officer has been seen to be telling a pack of lies, even if not directly to the public, that clearly undermines the faith the public have in the police.

    “Nobody thought for a moment somebody would lie about something so serious, so emotive as the health of their child. That’s why you got away with it for so long.”

  187. 266 lwtc247 July 31, 2012 at 2:40 am

    spencer, do you know if there is a central info repository detailing this terrible cop behaviour? I think there should be one. Don’t let these control freak pigs believe thy have any cover.

    I still think US pigs are top of the shit league…
    http://www.democracynow.org/2012/7/24/police_brutality_in_anaheim_sparks_outrage

  188. 267 spencer August 1, 2012 at 10:38 pm

    PC accused of lying over Sean Rigg death in custody

    Sean Rigg died at Brixton police station in 2008
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    Man’s death in custody ‘shocking’
    A Metropolitan Police officer has been accused of lying in a “ruse” to cover up police blunders over the death in custody of a man with schizophrenia.

    Physically fit musician Sean Rigg, 40, died at Brixton police station in south London in 2008, after being arrested for attacking passers-by in Balham.

    PC John Rees was accused at the inquest into Mr Rigg’s death of trying to make it appear police responded quicker to calls about him than they really did.

    The PC denied misleading the jury.

    In his original witness statement, given months after the death, PC Rees claimed he and his colleague PC Andrew Combden arrived at the hostel where Mr Rigg lived at 19:40 BST on 21 August 2008, before he had been taken into custody.

    But CCTV evidence showed the pair arriving at about 20:10 BST, by which time Mr Rigg was being held in the caged area at Brixton police station where he collapsed and died.

    ‘Cover up’
    Representing Mr Rigg’s family at the inquest at Southwark Coroner’s Court, Leslie Thomas suggested PC Rees was lying to cover up the police’s failure to attend previous calls from the hostel in Fairmount Road, Brixton, before the musician was arrested.

    Mr Thomas said: “Was this an attempt to cover up the inadequacies of the police’s response?

    “Was it an attempt by police to deal with the fact that they knew they had Sean in custody but hadn’t gone to Fairmount Road (despite the calls)?

    “Do you accept that you knew that Sean was in a bad condition at the police station when you went to Fairmount Road?”

    PC Rees replied: “I don’t believe I did at the time.”

    ‘No injury signs’
    Mr Thomas then said: “I suggest your statement was a ruse to make it look like Sean had only just left when you got there.

    “You knew it and your colleague knew it, a man was in the police station unconscious. Do you accept that?”

    PC Rees replied: “No.”

    After he was taken to Brixton police station, Mr Rigg collapsed and was seen by a doctor.

    An ambulance was called to take him to hospital but before it arrived his condition deteriorated and he was given CPR.

    He was formally pronounced dead in hospital later that night.

    A preliminary post-mortem examination showed no obvious signs of any injury that could have caused his death.

    The inquest, which is expected to last until the third week of July, was adjourned until Wednesday.

  189. 269 spencer August 4, 2012 at 10:54 pm

    Justice??????? When it comes to the british establishment there isnt any.

    London riots: Mark Duggan’s mother seeks justice for son

    Mark Duggan was fatally shot when the taxi he was in was intercepted by armed police officers
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    The mother of a man whose fatal shooting by police sparked days of riots in England has called for justice on the first anniversary of his death.

    Pam Duggan, whose son Mark, 29, was shot in the torso by officers in north London as they intercepted a car he was travelling in, called for answers.

    Mrs Duggan said: “The past 12 months have been terrible. We still have no answers about why my son died.”

    The police watchdog is compiling a report for a coroner.

    Mr Duggan was shot on 4 August 2011 when his taxi was intercepted by armed Metropolitan Police officers investigating gun crime in Tottenham.

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    Thirty-one police officers surrounded Mark and he was shot twice. Why?”

    Pam Duggan
    Mark Duggan’s mother
    Rioting and looting broke out in Tottenham in the days after Mr Duggan’s death and spread to a number of towns and cities across England.

    Mrs Duggan said: “Thirty-one police officers surrounded Mark and he was shot twice. Why? Why have none of the police officers given statements, one year on?

    “One of the last things my partner, Mark’s dad, said before he died a few weeks ago was that he wanted justice for his son. We still don’t have justice. I won’t give up until I get justice for Mark.

    “People need to be held to account for my son’s death. There needs to be a full inquest, in front of a jury of ordinary men and women, to find out the truth.”

    The Independent Police Complaints Commission is due to give its report to a coroner in the autumn.

    An inquest into the death of the father-of-four will take place in January, but there is a possibility some evidence about police operations will need to be heard in secret, which would mean that a special type of public inquiry would need to be held instead.

    Pam Duggan said there needed to be a full jury inquest into her son’s death
    The police have said they believe Mr Duggan was involved in drug dealing and that he was armed at the time of the shooting.

    An internal police investigation has shown that a bullet lodged in a policeman’s radio was not fired by Mr Duggan.

    The firearms officers involved have so far refused to be interviewed by investigators.

    London Mayor Boris Johnson said of the anniversary: “It’s an important time to remember what happened.

    “There is a commemoration taking place and I think it will be observed as it should be in a proper and dignified way.”

    • 270 lwtc247 August 5, 2012 at 5:17 pm

      Aaah, BlowJo being the typical politician, talking about the issue and at the same time not actually talking about the issue. Stick him back on that blood wire! and shame to the people that took him down.

      Re: The Duggan assassination, like the deMenezez assassination is quite clear to anyone that than can think for themselves, shows what a filthy bunch of forkers the police in general tend to be. Blatant and profuse lies operating so casually like some evil twin of Judge Dredd.

      Well there is some kind of ‘Cop watch’ thing going on in the States, and a few little UK efforts here:
      1) Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/9poqchx

      Well, to leave the subject of maniac cops some of whom deserve what they get, I’ll leave for now on a wee high, with a story from the semi-copwach site http://informationliberation.com/

      Vermont Farmer Crushes 7 Police Cars With Tractor Over Pot Arrest.
      A Vermont farmer used his tractor to crush seven Orleans County Sheriff’s Department squad cars on Thursday because he was angry about being arrested on marijuana charges last month.
      http://informationliberation.com/?id=40428

      • 271 Bill Coop September 24, 2014 at 3:58 pm

        Bottom line; while the police can lie they will. In Liverpool St Anns St station PC Pilkington states that there has been violence during the arrest, just to spice it up. Don’t forget we are dealing with undereducated scum. If we all name these pigs things will start to fall into place

      • 272 Bill Coop October 3, 2014 at 10:52 pm

        By the way KWP solicitors of Liverpool are shit scared of the police. Finding a good solicitor can only be done by word of mouth. Also check for Freemasons, this half-assed profession is full of them.

      • 273 spencer burrows October 4, 2014 at 12:07 am

        Corrupt NARCISSISTS!!

  190. 274 spencer August 13, 2012 at 7:37 pm

    Dr Freddy Patel labelled ‘misleading’ over Tomlinson case

    Dr Freddy Patel has been removed from the official register of approved forensic pathologists
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    A disciplinary panel says the pathologist who conducted the first post-mortem examination on Ian Tomlinson is “dishonest” and “liable to bring his profession into disrepute”.

    Dr Freddy Patel said Mr Tomlinson, who was pushed to the ground by a policeman at the G20 protests in London in 2009, had died of coronary artery disease.

    A Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service panel found this was wrong.

    The panel also found that his conduct was “misleading”.

    In total, 68 failings were identified by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service in Dr Patel’s work on the case of Mr Tomlinson.

    The panel will now determine if his “fitness to practise” was “impaired by reason of misconduct and/or deficient professional performance” and if he should be allowed to continue as a pathologist.

    Two reports
    An inquest jury found that Mr Tomlinson had been unlawfully killed but the police officer who pushed him and struck him with a baton, Simon Harwood, was cleared of manslaughter.

    Last year, Dr Patel – who is currently suspended – was given a four-month ban for dishonesty and omitting key findings after examining the body of a murder victim who he said had died from natural causes.

    Dr Patel has also served a three-month suspension for failings in other cases and is no longer on the official register of approved forensic pathologists.

    He compiled two reports into Mr Tomlinson’s death, both on the same day – on 6 April 2009 and 6 April 2010. The second was done after receiving new evidence.

    The panel has released its findings on Mr Tomlinson’s case, finding that Dr Patel admitted not including in his first report that he had mentioned to police that he had found injuries that could be consistent with a baton strike.

    It also found the pathologist did not properly consider or comment on how abdominal bleeding found on Mr Tomlinson could have caused his collapse and death.

    And the panel also found that Dr Patel did not fully explain how Mr Tomlinson could have died from a heart attack or adequately consider any other possible non-natural causes of death.

    ‘Wrong conclusions’
    Dr Patel’s second post-mortem report also contained a series of mistakes and incorrect conclusions, according to the panel, who found him to be dishonest as he did not identify changes made to his first report referring to Mr Tomlinson’s liver injuries.

    He played down signs of bleeding by saying there was “no sign of haematoma” on his liver and also failed to comment on the significance of these changes, which was misleading, the panel said.

    Also in the second report, Dr Patel wrongly concluded that Mr Tomlinson died of a heart attack, and wrongly concluded that “death could not have been due to haemorrhage” and “the injury to the liver was relatively minor”, the panel found.

    And despite having seen CCTV footage of Mr Tomlinson being hit with a baton by a policeman, Dr Patel also wrongly concluded that “there were no significant marks of violence from assault or forceful restraint”.

    The panel has been sitting in Manchester but is due to relocate to London for three days so that Dr Patel can give evidence in person.

  191. 275 lwtc247 August 19, 2012 at 2:09 am

    US cops(terrorists in uniform), still top of the scum league…
    http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article32221.htm

  192. 276 spencer August 27, 2012 at 12:25 pm

    Metropolitan Police officer arrested over theft
    A Metropolitan Police officer has been suspended after he was arrested on suspicion of theft.

    The male officer was held after property belonging to police went missing.

    The Westminster-based officer was then arrested over a further theft.

    A Scotland Yard spokesman said the officer was arrested on 13 July and has been bailed until mid October while an investigation takes place.

    vermin!!

  193. 277 David Green August 27, 2012 at 3:16 pm

    Just shiws that it takes a criminal to know one. All police are criminals at heart, the challenge the public have is to get past the police standards departments and the policophilic “I”PCC who care onlyto protect policefrom their own criminal behaviour.

  194. 278 lwtc247 August 28, 2012 at 2:58 pm

    Keep ’em coming. Lets use this little slot of the www to keep (some) track of all this.

    “policophilic ” – LOL. So true.

    I think the MSCM (MainStream Corporate Media) don’t give corrupt cops the attention the deserve. Imagine if every bad cop story made it onto the news… the people would be out in the streets demanding the dissolution of the police force (assuming the pigs hadn’t shot them first of course)

  195. 279 spencer August 28, 2012 at 3:02 pm

    The police bastardise every one who susses them out with character assassination, believe me these people are quite EVIL!

  196. 280 lwtc247 August 28, 2012 at 3:27 pm

    I suspect they even kill their colleagues if they fear the beans will be spilt. Why not? – they assassinate members of the public, why not a dual renegade corrupt cop who may start singing.

  197. 281 spencer August 29, 2012 at 9:01 pm

    Police officer arrested over Nicola Brookes Facebook abuse

    Nicola Brookes said the abuse started after she posted a message about an X Factor star
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    A serving West Midlands Police officer has been arrested after a woman was abused on the internet.

    Nicola Brookes, 45, from Brighton, was falsely portrayed as a paedophile and drug dealer on Facebook.

    The 32-year-old officer has been bailed on suspicion of misuse of a computer.

    Ms Brookes was granted a High Court order in June asking the social networking giant to reveal the IP addresses of those who abused her so she could prosecute them.

    She said the abuse started after she posted a supportive message about X Factor contestant Frankie Cocozza when he left the show last year.

    ‘Emails hacked’
    West Midlands Police said the policeman arrested was not a frontline officer and had not been suspended.

    He has been bailed to 19 October as inquiries continue.

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    We need something that protects people because the system that Facebook has in place does not work”

    Nicola Brookes
    “West Midlands Police is assisting Sussex Police in connection with an ongoing inquiry regarding a serving West Midlands Police officer,” a police spokesman said.

    “The investigation is ongoing by Sussex Police and the allegations do not relate to use of police systems.”

    Sussex Police said the Birmingham man was arrested on 21 August “following the investigation into online harassment of a Brighton woman”.

    “The complaint from the victim relates to abuse that she received whilst using her Facebook account and also that her account and emails had been hacked into by an unknown source,” the Sussex force said.

    “Officers examined her computer as part of an ongoing investigation to try and trace the source of the abuse and security breach.”

    ‘Trolled relentlessly’
    Ms Brookes said fake Facebook profiles had been set up in her name, using her photo, to post explicit comments and her daughter was also targeted.

    “We need something that protects people because the system that Facebook has in place does not work. I have been trolled relentlessly,” she said.

    She had received more than 3,000 insults over the internet and was “angry and disgusted”.

    Facebook said demands for information, such as IP addresses, must be backed up by a court order.

    A spokesman added the firm respected its legal obligations and worked with law enforcement to ensure those who harass other users were brought to justice.
    VERMIN!!!

  198. 282 spencer August 31, 2012 at 9:54 am

    Officers treated after Birmingham drug raid
    Eight police officers and three suspects were taken to hospital after being overcome by an unknown substance during a drug raid in Birmingham.

    The officers were executing a warrant at a house in Bordesley Green at about midnight, West Midlands Police said.

    Three men, aged 21, 27 and 34, are being held on suspicion of conspiracy to possess a controlled drug with intent to supply.

    Officers seized a “large quantity” of suspected Class A drugs, police said.

    All 11 have since been released from hospital.

    Breathing difficulties
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    I want to be clear that this is about drugs alone and not connected to terrorism”

    Ch Insp Lee Wharmby
    West Midlands Police
    “Inquiries are ongoing to establish exactly what the liquid was, although early indications suggest it may have been petrol mixed with an illegal drug, possibly heroin,” a police spokesman said.

    Fire crews assessed the scene, in Mill Burn Way, and established there was no further risk posed by the substance.

    Parts of the area remain cordoned off and a number of road restrictions are in place while forensic examinations continue.

    Both the officers and men arrested suffered sickness and breathing difficulties after being exposed to the substance.

    West Midlands Police was supporting officers from the Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca), who executed the warrant in relation to illegal drugs.

    Officers from both Soca and the West Midlands force became ill, West Midlands Police said.

    Ch Insp Lee Wharmby, from the force, said: “Events such as this always raise concern in communities, but I want to be clear that this is about drugs alone and not connected to terrorism.”

    Pity it was not ricin/abrin/ anthrax.

  199. 283 lwtc247 September 3, 2012 at 8:59 pm

    LOL.
    This makes the imagination run riot!
    (much like a police officer really).

    They also weren’t connected to a diesel train….one suspects.
    Stupid police!

  200. 284 spencer September 4, 2012 at 6:07 pm

    Azelle Rodney Inquiry: Profile of man shot by police

    Azelle Rodney was sitting in the back of the car when police opened fire
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    ‘I just want the truth’
    The public inquiry into the death of Azelle Rodney has begun in London seven years after the 24-year-old was killed by a police marksman.

    Since then there have been investigations, widespread media coverage and calls by his family for answers as to why he was shot.

    Mr Rodney was in a car that was being followed by police in a planned operation involving 25 officers in April 2005, in Edgware.

    He was shot by an officer six times.

    Immediately afterwards police said the dead man had been seen holding a firearm, but it later emerged this was not true.

    Crack cocaine
    The officer who shot him said he thought Mr Rodney was reaching for a gun.

    Two other men, who were also in the car, were arrested at the scene and jailed for drugs and firearms offences in 2006.

    At their trial the court heard three guns were found in the car and the flat of one of the arrested men was being used to produce drugs.

    Mr Rodney had been an aspiring footballer in his teens
    One of the men claimed Mr Rodney had used his flat to produce crack cocaine to cancel out a drugs debt.

    Susan Alexander, Mr Rodney’s mother, has maintained her son barely knew the two men from whom he had accepted a lift.

    She said he was not a gangster and only had a minor criminal record.

    Azelle Rodney was born and grew up in West London where his family say he was well-known for his athletic abilities.

    He was said to be a promising footballer in his teens, whose hopes of making a living through sport ended as a result of a hip injury.

    He was a cousin of Leicester City striker Jermaine Beckford.

    Expectant father
    As well as sport he was also interested in music and is described as spending most of his time in the gym or helping people.

    He was survived by two brothers and was an expectant father at the time of his death.

    His girlfriend gave birth to their daughter after he was killed.

    Susan Alexander said the wait to hear why her son died had had a profound effect on her life
    After the trial of the two other men the Crown Prosecution Service said there was insufficient evidence to prosecute the firearms officers involved in the shooting, following a report by the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

    In 2007 a coroner announced he could not proceed with a full inquest into Mr Rodney’s death because of a large number of redactions in police officers’ statements.

    The family urged the government to change the law around secret evidence at inquests so it could proceed.

    The law was not changed but in 2010 a public inquiry was opened and adjourned after the government called for an investigation into Mr Rodney’s death in place of an inquest.

    Earlier this year the government apologised to the European Court of Human Rights for the excessive delays in the case.

    Last month Mrs Alexander said the wait to hear why her son died had had a profound effect on her life from which she did not think she would ever recover.

    She said: “No one should have to wait for so many years to find out why their son or daughter died at the hands of the police.”

    The police are just insidious vermin! Cold blooded killers! When the shit really hits the fan i SHALL be waiting!

  201. 285 spencer September 7, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    PC Matthew Cherry denies punching pregnant ex-girlfriend

    Mr Cherry denies a charge of attempted GBH with intent
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    PC ‘hit pregnant ex in stomach’
    A Dorset Police officer has denied repeatedly punching his pregnant ex-girlfriend in the stomach because he did not want her to have his baby.

    Matthew Cherry, 35, of Parkstone, Poole, is accused of attacking Caroline Craft, 27, while wearing a balaclava at her flat in Bournemouth.

    Mr Cherry told Winchester Crown Court he was renovating a nearby house at the time of the attack on 24 March 2011.

    He denies a charge of attempted GBH with intent.

    When questioned by his defence if he was the attacker who entered the property, Mr Cherry replied: “No, I was not.”

    The court had already heard the prosecution claim Mr Cherry was angry, aggressive and desperate for Miss Craft to have an abortion after she told him she was pregnant in October 2010.

    When questioned by his defence, Mr Cherry admitted he had been “forceful” when the couple went to see a doctor about the pregnancy.

    Pressured a termination
    “If I’m honest, I didn’t want the child in that particular time of my life,” he said.

    The couple had been living together at the time Miss Craft became pregnant, but Mr Cherry said he moved out to give her space.

    He denied telling Miss Craft or her friend Carla Hutchings that he had thought about punching her in the stomach so that she would lose the child.

    But he did say the couple had talked about a miscarriage.

    The pair decided to split up after Miss Craft decided not to have the termination.

    Then six months pregnant, she had been waiting for an estate agent to arrive at her flat on the day of the attack.

    Miss Craft opened the door and was pushed to the floor and attacked with multiple punches to her stomach and back, in a way the prosecution say targeted her unborn child.

    The attack ended when the estate agent arrived and the masked man fled through the back door.

    Miss Craft was taken to hospital with extensive bruising, but neither she nor her unborn baby were seriously harmed.

    The trial continues.

  202. 286 spencer September 7, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    Ex police officer Matthew Cherry jailed for unborn baby attack

    Matthew Cherry left the force after the attack
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    A former Dorset police officer has been jailed for 10 years for repeatedly punching his pregnant ex girlfriend in the abdomen to bring on a miscarriage.

    Matthew Cherry, 35, attacked Caroline Craft, 27, at her flat in Bournemouth in 2011, as he did not want her to have his baby, Winchester Crown Court heard.

    Cherry, formerly of Parkstone, Poole, had denied a charge of attempting to cause grievous bodily harm with intent.

    Miss Craft later gave birth to a healthy boy, who is now 15 months old.

    Cherry, now living in Southampton, left the force after the attack.

    Miss Craft, a fellow police officer, was six months pregnant when she answered the door of her ground-floor flat in Bournemouth, on 24 March, thinking it was an estate agent who had come to view her property.

    ‘Bloodied and bruised’
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    It was a pernicious and evil attack”

    Judge Keith Cutler
    The Recorder of Winchester
    Cherry, wearing a balaclava and using a fake foreign accent, then carried out a “savage attack” on her, jurors heard.

    He punched her in the stomach and back, targeting her unborn child and leaving her “bloodied and bruised”.

    The Recorder of Winchester, Judge Keith Cutler, told Cherry: “It was a pernicious and evil attack. On your part there was a high degree of planning.”

    Earlier in the trial, Matthew Jewell, prosecuting, said Miss Craft pointed out valuable items to the intruder in case it was a robbery or burglary but her attacker showed no interest in taking anything.

    “She was dragged into the bathroom and forced to sit on the toilet.

    “The male said he would tie her up. She was absolutely terrified about what was happening to her in her own home.”

    The attack only ended when the estate agent arrived.

    Cherry fled, using a back door, as he knew the block well having owned the flat before selling it to Miss Craft.

    ‘Ruined his life’
    Cherry, who was angry Miss Craft would not have an abortion, claimed he was renovating a house at the time of the attack.

    Jurors heard how he had earlier told Miss Craft and her flatmate Carla Hutchings that he had thought about punching her to cause a miscarriage.

    He said the pregnancy had left him feeling trapped and had “ruined his life”, the jury heard.

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    I will never forgive him for what he did to me and what he so nearly could have done to my baby”

    Caroline Craft
    Victim
    They heard how Cherry was aware Miss Craft’s flatmate was away in New York when he carried out the attack.

    Footwear impressions found at the scene were left by size 10 Nike Dart trainers.

    When Cherry’s home was searched, a Nike box was found that had originally held size 10 Nike Dart trainers.

    Analysis of CCTV footage, of a hooded man outside the flat before the attack, concluded he was 6ft 1in, the same height as Cherry.

    Miss Craft released a statement, saying: “The past 18 months have been a living hell. The actions of Matthew Cherry on that day were callous, cold-hearted and utterly selfish.

    “I will never forgive him for what he did to me and what he so nearly could have done to my baby.”

    THESE PEOPLE ARE JUST VERMIN!!!!

  203. 287 spencer September 12, 2012 at 10:49 am

    Detective Ryan Coleman-Farrow faked police records
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    A detective constable who specialised in rape cases has pleaded guilty to faking police records.

    Ryan Coleman-Farrow admitted 13 counts of misconduct in a public office at Southwark Crown Court.

    He failed to investigate rape and sexual assault cases and falsified entries on a police computer system.

    He also falsified records of Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) decisions which had never actually been referred to it.

    The offences happened between January 2007 and September 2010, while he was an officer at Kingston-upon-Thames, south-west London, working for Scotland Yard’s specialist Sapphire unit.

    The 13 counts Coleman-Farrow pleaded guilty to relate to 10 rape cases and three cases of sexual assault.

    The court heard he failed to send items for analysis and take statements, and no action can now be taken on any of those cases.

    Coleman-Farrow will remain on bail until the sentencing on 11 October.

    Proper rats

  204. 288 spencer September 18, 2012 at 12:08 pm

    Hahahahahaha Manchester

  205. 289 lwtc247 September 18, 2012 at 6:09 pm

    Hi Spencer.
    I Just heard the news.
    The official line is that the police think the two WPC’s were ‘lured’ there.

    This is interesting. I thought one day someone might do this. The ‘checks and balances’ to (supposedly) put a dampener on the police force’s inevitable march towards totalitarianism, are clearly utterly corrupt themselves and are a demonstrable failure. What other course of redress is left open to people? – at least that’s what may be going through the mind of the cop killer.

    But actually, their killing is not right. There is NO evidence against these two, apparently randomly assigned police women, of any crime that may even begin to provide justification for their killing. For all we know they may have been ‘clean skins’ in terms of corruption. Then again, they could have been as corrupt as these cops who revel in child porn and they could have been involved in satanic child sacrifice. But we just don’t know…. and the same goes for their killer.

    As implied, If the killer knew of terrible acts that these WPC’s did, then it would cast a different light on the matter, but I think it’s safe to say this wasn’t the case and he just wanted to kill some cops. and much of the blame for this would lie at the doorstep of those state institutions that allow the swarm of filthy cops to run riot, what with their “kill first, make up lies and fabricate ‘evidence’ later” modus operandi,

    Actually, what the killer of these cops has done, is what the cops themselves do, and that is to act outside the law. Perhaps the cop-killer is as bad as the cops, although I believe there is much justification for certain acts based on “He who started it deserves pay-pack, and the eye for an eye mantra also seems to have gravitas.

    The cops won’t learn from tis of course. They will continue their lies, porn rings, drugs dealing, civilian (little guy) oppression, while protecting the rich establishment scum that thinks it has some inalienable right to dominate us and kill us at will.

    • 290 spencer September 18, 2012 at 6:27 pm

      here is a prediction: It has not started yet! One dirtbag on the TV said ” they have/had a right to return home.” Mmmm just like their victims. Fuck them and their “move the goal post” judicial system.

  206. 291 Anonymous September 19, 2012 at 5:13 am

    I notice the so called Justice system granted Cregan bail after the killing of Mark Short. Another fail for the inept justice system, Now two police have been killed, do you think it’ll be bail again?
    P.S. The Shorts were living a life of crime too, it seems, so the Short killing may have been scum killing scum – hence was possibly the reason for the casual decision to allow him bail, but scum like Cregan still posed a danger to the public on his release, so was totally wrong.

    You really think this is be beginning of something Spencer? If it is, then what do you think the police will do against the publics reaction against them?

  207. 292 spencer September 20, 2012 at 6:47 am

    Code of conduct urged to stop police sex assaults
    By Dominic Casciani
    Home affairs correspondent

    Former officer Stephen Mitchell was jailed for life for rape
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    The police watchdog says it has found more than 50 cases where officers and staff have allegedly taken sexual advantage of members of the public.

    The Independent Police Complaints Commission said there was no evidence assaults were commonplace but it did not know if all cases were reported.

    It called on forces in England and Wales to create a code of conduct to prevent abuses of trust.

    The report followed an officer being jailed for life for sex attacks.

    Stephen Mitchell, who was convicted of rape and sexual assault in 2010, targeted vulnerable women he met while on duty in Newcastle upon Tyne, such as drug addicts and petty criminals.

    He offered to help them while they were in the city centre’s police station, but then sexually assaulted them.

    The IPCC’s report, which was produced with the co-operation of the Association of Chief Police Officers (Acpo), said that while the Mitchell case was unusual because it was so serious, there were other instances of officers abusing their position by sexually exploiting vulnerable people.

    The watchdog said that between April 2009 and March 2011, there had been 54 cases of corrupt behaviour by officers which it considered to be examples of sexual exploitation or assault.

    The report stressed: “There are considerable inconsistencies in the referral of corruption cases in general to the IPCC by different forces. It is therefore possible that the true figure is higher.”

    Predatory behaviour
    The IPCC said that it had deliberately excluded some types of allegations, including claims of sexual assault made during body searches.

    The 54 cases included one of a police officer who was accused of rape by a woman with mental health problems who had called for help because she felt suicidal. The officer initially refused to co-operate, but following the recovery of DNA evidence he told his superiors there had been a consensual sexual act. He later quit the force.

    A separate case involved an officer using police computer systems to make unauthorised checks on 176 women over three years. The officer was sacked.

    One police officer resigned after he was investigated for predatory behaviour on a string of women which escalated after he was moved to a rural post. One member of the public tried to launch a petition to move the officer because of his behaviour around women.

    The IPCC said there should be more vetting of officers in specific situations, such as if they apply for a position dealing with vulnerable people.

    It said there should also be a short and specific code of conduct setting out the behaviour expected of officers – and the way in which superiors should investigate allegations.

  208. 293 spencer September 20, 2012 at 10:17 am

    police officers deserve all they get. wonder if this cregan character will walk free from court grinning like harwood did? The invisible man was responsible for Ian Thomlinsons death.

  209. 294 lwtc247 September 26, 2012 at 1:47 am

    The guy who made the ‘get out of jail free’ card in monopoly must have been a police officer.

  210. 295 spencer September 29, 2012 at 3:27 pm

    Tip of the iceberg:
    Metropolitan Police officers suspended for corruption
    By Rebecca Cafe
    BBC News, London

    Ali Dizaei and Simon Harwood have been dismissed from the force
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    Nearly 50 Metropolitan Police officers have been suspended for corruption in three years, figures show.

    Of the 258 officers suspended for offences also including sexual assault, neglect and assault, 38% of cases were proven and 11% of officers were sacked.

    The officers were paid about £3.6m during their suspensions.

    A lawyer who handles complaints against the police has called the figures “shocking”. The Met said it aimed to investigate allegations “quickly”.

    Police officers and staff can only be suspended if they are likely to interfere with the course of an investigation or if it is the public interest.

    As such, most suspensions occur when an officer is subject to a serious criminal investigation or a serious internal misconduct investigation.

    Stolen goods
    The figures, released under the Freedom of Information Act, show the number of officers suspended on full pay for three years between 2009-11.

    Nearly half of those suspended were special constables, who are unpaid.

    Although the specifics of each case has not been revealed, the Met said some instances of corruption included handling stolen goods and fraudulent overtime claims.

    One of the most high profile cases is that of Ali Dizaei, a commander who was dismissed after he was jailed for misconduct in a public office and perverting the course of justice.

    Another is PC Simon Harwood who was recently sacked for gross misconduct after he was found guilty of breeching standards in connection with Ian Tomlinson’s death at the G20 protests.

    He was initially suspended from duty in 2011.

    Others suspended include: Gareth Beard who was found guilty of fraud; Philip Juhasz who was sacked for racially abusing the manager of a snack kiosk at King’s Cross railway station; Det Con Daren Pooley who was jailed for defrauding the force after he overcharged for rented apartments, and David Price who was found guilty of growing cannabis.

    The BBC has also obtained figures which show 372 police staff were suspended between 2009-2011.

    ‘Delayed justice’
    The figures do not include those officers who have been arrested and suspended as part of Operation Elveden, the inquiry into alleged payments to officers from journalists, as these arrests have been this year.

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    Rank of suspended officers

    Ch Insp: 1
    Det Con: 19
    Det Ch Insp: 2
    Det Sgt: 10
    Insp: 2
    PC: 96
    PS: 14
    Special Const: 114
    Police officer suspensions in full
    Police staff suspensions in full
    Shamik Dutta, a lawyer who handles complaints against police officers, said: “The figures are shocking.

    “In my experience when members of the public complain about police officers it is very rare for those officers to be suspended.

    “However, even if they are, investigations can take far too long leading to victims of police misconduct suffering delayed justice.

    “The figures show that those delays in investigations also result in great cost to the taxpayer where officers are suspended on full pay.”

    A report by the Independent Police Complaints Commision (IPCC) on corruption found the force received 1,487 complaints between 2008 and 2011.

    Of those, 345 were referred to the IPCC for investigation.

    The IPCC report concluded there had to be clearer information on what constitutes police corruption.

    In a statement, the Met said: “Whilst we aim to investigate allegations of misconduct as quickly as possible, the length of an investigation is often determined by the complex nature of some allegations which can be beyond the control of the MPS, as we may need to allow the judicial system or IPCC to complete their proceedings before the force can conclude an investigation.

    “While our aim is always to carry out this work in the quickest and most efficient way possible, we also have to ensure investigations are thorough and robust for the benefit of the complainant, the general public, the force as a whole and the officer under investigation.”

    Police officers suspended from duty
    Allegation Total Proven / case to answer Unproven / Discontinued On going
    SOURCE: BBC FOI REQUEST.
    Corrupt practise
    49
    15
    18
    16
    Discriminatory behaviour
    8
    1
    0
    6
    Discriminatory behaviour
    8
    1
    0
    7
    Improper disclosure
    15
    3
    3
    5
    Incivility
    9
    2
    4
    3
    Mishandling property
    12
    2
    6
    4
    Neglect
    52
    30
    11
    11
    Oppressive conduct
    22
    8
    8
    6
    Other
    46
    20
    19
    7
    Other assault
    49
    19
    23
    7
    Other irregularity
    8
    6
    2
    Other sexual conduct
    15
    5
    4
    6
    Perjury
    12
    4
    5
    2
    Serious non-sexual assault
    6
    1
    3
    2
    Sexual assault
    25
    8
    13
    4
    Traffic irregularity
    9
    6
    2
    1

  211. 296 lwtc247 October 3, 2012 at 1:22 am

    Hey Spencer, you’ll LOVE this…

    • 297 spencer October 3, 2012 at 6:48 am

      Mmmmm seen that one before, there is another good one out there at French game its quality if you can find it. I shall try and find it.

  212. 298 lwtc247 October 3, 2012 at 9:37 am

    Look forward to it mate.

  213. 300 spencer October 5, 2012 at 7:09 pm

    On the way to uni today i followed a police car, the vehicle was doing over 35mph in a 30mph area, the vehicle tuned 4 times and no signals were even attempted. Now if had been the other way around what do you think would have happened?? Oh it was a shame about those two in Manchester,Shame there was only 2!

  214. 301 lwtc247 October 24, 2012 at 8:21 pm

    Horrific report: http://www.nickdavies.net/1998/04/01/the-sheer-scale-of-child-sexual-abuse-in-britain/

    I bet there are a fair few cops into all this. It seems in their nature. I wonder if the ‘active’ freemason ones get off.

  215. 302 lwtc247 November 3, 2012 at 12:12 am

    Anyone keeping up (trying to) with the Jimmy Saville abuse case will see many many many many examples of police failure and protection of these child abusers. I have little doubt the police are heavily involved in it.

    Scum!

    Not too sure what to make of this: http://beforeitsnews.com/scandals/2012/10/andrea-davison-jimmy-savile-serco-and-how-it-all-fits-in-with-child-abuse-covert-arms-shipments-and-government-fraud-2430202.html

  216. 303 lwtc247 November 3, 2012 at 12:25 am

    Steven Messham accused a senior Tory politician from the Thatcher years of being involved in a widespread paedophile ring. As a teenager he went to the police and made statements against the senior public figure, but claimed officers told him he was a liar.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2226833/Jimmy-Savile-scandal-Newsnight-claims-leading-politician-Thatcher-years-centre-widespread-paedophile-ring.html

  217. 304 spencer November 24, 2012 at 10:13 am

    Wiltshire Police officer Paul Woollard’s dismissal upheld
    Police were right to sack a constable who was in regular contact with a friend accused of child sex offences, the High Court has ruled.

    PC Paul Woollard was also sacked for sending emails of a “sexist nature” from a Wiltshire Police address.

    The case reached the High Court after the police misconduct panel’s decision to sack him was overturned by a police appeals tribunal.

    Wiltshire Police welcomed the judge’s decision to uphold the dismissal.

    ‘Public confidence’
    The judge, Mr Justice Wyn Williams, was told PC Woollard had been in regular contact with his “old friend” Robert Meade in a five-month spell between Meade’s arrest on suspicion of child sex offences and admitting the offence.

    Meade was initially arrested in May 2009, before being released on bail pending further investigation. In October of the same year he admitted “engaging in sexual activity” with a 14-year-old girl and was given a 12-month jail term.

    PC Woollard had also checked a police record relating to Meade, the judge heard.

    In a written ruling, the judge said the appeals tribunal made “errors” and its decision to re-instate should be quashed.

    He said: “The police appeals tribunal adopted a view of the relevant allegations which it considered was justified by the evidence without first making a judgment about whether the misconduct panel’s view of the allegations was reasonable.

    “It compounded this error of approach by failing to take account of a highly material factor – the maintenance of public confidence in the police service – when determining the appropriateness of the sanction imposed by the misconduct panel.

    “In my judgement it is open to this court to intervene given those errors on the part of the police appeals tribunal.”

    One by me who thought he could bully people hung himself because he got found out of being a kiddie fiddler VERMIN THE LOT!!! I saw a rat the other day back by the town swimming pool, what i felt of that rat is the same feeling i get when i see british police personnel.

  218. 306 spencer November 29, 2012 at 11:19 pm

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    Met policemen cleared of making racist comments

    PC David Hair (left) and PC Kevin Hughes denied making racist comments
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    PC’s monkey remark ‘not racist’
    Policemen ‘made racist comments’
    Two Metropolitan Police officers have been cleared of making racially offensive comments.

    PC Kevin Hughes, 36, and PC David Hair, 42, had denied using threatening words or behaviour and racially-aggravated harassment.

    They were cleared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court.

    PC Kevin Hughes, of Brentwood, Essex, admitted saying a black man looked like a monkey but said he was discussing evolution.

    PC Hair, of Epping, Essex, was accused of saying a black woman colleague might “go home to cook bananas”.

    ‘Freedom of speech’
    Senior District Judge Howard Riddle said: “Whatever precisely PC Hughes said, it was unacceptable and offensive.

    “There is simply no doubt that referring to black people as looking like monkeys is found to cause huge offence to most listeners.

    “That does not necessarily mean it is a criminal offence.

    “The comments were made within the confines of a police vehicle containing four police officers.

    “There is no suggestion that the comment was overheard…there was no evidence of aggression, there was no threat.

    “Freedom of speech is a cherished principle. Freedom of speech includes the freedom to be offensive – context is central.

    “It is, of course, restrained in a number of ways – employers can require employees to avoid offensive language or lose their jobs.

    “The civil courts can provide redress for harm caused.”

    Referring to PC Hair, the judge said: “While the insulting nature of the comment seems obvious to many, I believe it was not obvious at the time to PC Hair.

    “A person is guilty of a Section 5 offence only if he understands his words to be threatening, abusive or insulting.

    “Asking someone if they are going to cook bananas is not universally acknowledged as an insult.

    “I bear in mind his consistent denials.”

    ‘Uncomfortable experience’
    The judge praised the officers who gave evidence for the prosecution about the offensive words.

    He said it was encouraging that they “were prepared to report what they had heard and to come to court to give evidence”.

    He added: “I would not be surprised if this was an uncomfortable experience for them.

    “They should be reassured that despite the verdict in the case their actions are deeply reassuring.

    “Finally there can be no doubt that the MPS [Metropolitan Police Service] and the CPS [Crown Prosecution Service] have taken these incidents and complaints very seriously indeed.”

    Both officers, who were in tears after the verdicts were returned, declined to comment.

    WHAT A PISS TAKE THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS!

    • 307 lwtc247 December 25, 2012 at 5:09 am

      Actually Spencer, I do think trivial ‘racism’ has far too much clout, BUT someone taking on the role of a policeman should NOT say things that could cause offence. So if anyone is going to fall foul of inflated sensitivity to trivial racism, it should be the establishment and the police. I don’t see that awful ‘prince philip’ being prosecuted for his ‘slitty eyes’ remark many years ago.

  219. 308 spencer December 12, 2012 at 10:08 pm

    Ex-policeman Ivan Esack ‘was a vile disgusting monster’

    Ivan Esack denies murdering his estranged wife
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    Ex-policeman denies wife murder
    The boyfriend of an Ashford woman who was stabbed to death has told a court how he begged her to go to the police.

    Ex Kent Police officer, Ivan Esack, 38, from Ashford, is accused of murdering his estranged wife Natalie Esack at her hair salon in the town on 30 April.

    Mrs Esack’s boyfriend, Justin Khadaroo, told Maidstone Crown Court he had urged her to get an injunction against him.

    He said she was a “nervous wreck” and that Mr Esack, who denies the charges, was a “disgusting monster”.

    The jury earlier heard how Mrs Esack was stabbed up to 11 times in the neck and chest at her hair and beauty salon in Ashford High Street.

    The court was told she was stabbed with such ferocity that the blade bent and the tip broke off.

    Mr Khadaroo claimed Mrs Esack had received threatening text messages and phone calls from the ex policeman, and was attacked on more than one occasion.

    “She was a nervous wreck and absolutely petrified,” he told the court.

    “He was a vile disgusting monster,” he said.

    ‘An atrocious creature’
    “He [Mr Esack] had told her on numerous occasions what he would do her family…”

    Natalie Esack’s body was found at her hairdressing salon in Ashford
    Mr Khadaroo told the court that Mr Esack had recently qualified as a football agent.

    He said Mrs Esack was worried he would lose his licence if she brought any charges.

    “She just wanted him to be OK,” he said.

    “I urged her so many times to get a restraining order or an injunction, but she wanted to do it her way,” he told the court.

    “He was an atrocious creature who was capable of killing her. Every time I urged her to take action.”

    The case continues.

  220. 309 spencer December 12, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    Lowest of the lowest!!! worst of the worst!! proper no good deeply corrupt vermin!

  221. 310 spencer December 18, 2012 at 11:06 pm

    POLICE OFFICERS = LIARS + CORRUPT = VERMIN
    TORY MP’s = PLEBEIANS

  222. 312 spencer December 19, 2012 at 8:31 am

    Action to combat police corruption urged

    HMIC inspectors looked at 44 forces for the report
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    150 officers warned over Facebook
    Police forces in England and Wales must improve plans to combat corruption in the service, inspectors have said.

    Investigations into corruption are rising but too few forces are gathering intelligence to prevent it happening, the Inspectorate of Constabulary found.

    HMIC looked at issues such as how police interact with the media and the acceptance of gifts and hospitality.

    Inspector of Constabulary Roger Baker said HMIC was concerned progress was “inconsistent” and lacked “urgency”.

    ‘Low’ staffing levels
    Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary looked at 44 forces to assess progress against recommendations made in a 2011 report into police relationships.

    Inspectors found in the progress report that although police forces registered gifts and hospitality, there was “little evidence” that chief constables were questioned about items they received.

    Staffing levels in some anti-corruption units had fallen or were very low, inspectors found.

    The report acknowledged it could be difficult to challenge people in senior positions but said checks must take place at “all grades and ranks”.

    It also found a further clampdown on the use of social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, was needed.

    A total of 357 instances of potentially inappropriate behaviour were identified on social media, spread across 185 profiles, HMIC said.

    Offensive language, comments on police procedure, negativity towards work and extreme opinions on government were among the examples, it said.

    ‘More to do’
    “HMIC found that the police service is responding to our 2011 report, Without Fear or Favour, by making improvements to how it identifies, monitors and manages integrity issues; but we are concerned that this progress is inconsistent, and lacks a uniform sense of urgency,” said HM Inspector of Constabulary Roger Baker.

    “Integrity is fundamental to the core values of the police and what it means to be a police officer. As such it must be at the heart of every action carried out and word spoken by police officers and staff.

    “HMIC will therefore continue to monitor and inspect the service‟s progress in order to provide the public with confidence that all forces are adhering to high standards in these respects.”

    The Without Fear or Favour report found no evidence that corruption was endemic in police relationships with the media and others.

    But it revealed concerns that few forces provided any policy or guidance in relation to key integrity issues.

    HMIC said: “While some progress has been made, particularly by putting in place processes and policies to manage threats to integrity, more needs to be done.

    “The pace of change also needs to increase, not least to demonstrate to the public that the police service is serious about managing integrity issues.”

    They are the worst of the worst! Guardians of the rulers of this Plutocratic country! VERMIN!

  223. 313 The Hellion (Screaming for Vengeance!) December 21, 2012 at 12:17 am

    I, like many tax-paying idiots used to think that the police were decent honest people. That was until they decided to charge me with indecent exposure. The fucking hilarious thing about my ridiculous conviction was the fact that I was naked in my own FUCKING FLAT! Even though my flat is 35ft from the ground and faces onto an industrial facility some grumpy (and lazy) female smokers complained to the oink oink POOlice. Also they left me in the cell at the station for 24hrs until they charged me. I was nothing but polite and cooperative and explained the misunderstanding, but they didn’t give a flying fuck and told me how “serious” this was.

    Lets just say that next time they come a knocking to my door, my greeting will be of a higher calibre.

    This has focused my mind like a laser. KILL THEM ALL! BURN THEIR CHILDREN! KILL KILL KILL KILL KILL KILL KILL KILL KILL KILL KILL KILL

  224. 318 lwtc247 December 25, 2012 at 6:28 am

    “The Hellion” – if they saw you then that’s not so good. Why didn’t you have the curtains closed or take some measure where they couldn’t see you?
    Anyway, for what it’s worth, I think the charge against you is frankly ridiculous, but your reaction of burn their children is simply wrong, but that the some police (which spencer would obviously apply to all) are definitely scum.

  225. 319 spencer December 25, 2012 at 1:08 pm

    BLOCK 11 FOR THEM ALL!

  226. 320 spencer January 15, 2013 at 12:03 am

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    Ivan Esack jailed for murdering wife Natalie

    Kent Police said Esack did everything he could to control his estranged wife
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    A former policeman has been jailed for at least 28 years for murdering his estranged wife at her hair salon.

    Ivan Esack, 38, of Ashford, was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of 33-year-old Natalie Esack.

    He admitted stabbing her 11 times at her salon in Ashford High Street but said he was suffering from diminished responsibility. He was found guilty of her murder on Friday.

    The judge said he “cut down and killed” Mrs Esack in the prime of her life.

    Judge Charles Byers at Maidstone Crown Court told Esack he had shown no remorse for his actions.

    ‘Calculated killing’
    He continued: “Not only did you take her precious life but in doing so you devastated the lives of so many around her.

    “You had previously made her life a misery, subjecting her to repeated physical and verbal abuse.

    “And yet she never offered you any malice, not of any sort.

    “You are a controlling man and the only way that you could continue to control her life was to take it from her.

    “You had no other intention that day other than to kill her. This was a calculated, premeditated killing planned to the minute.”

    Ivan Esack, 38, was described as a “calculated, premeditated” killer by Judge Charles Byers at Maidstone Crown Court
    Esack’s trial at Maidstone Crown Court lasted four weeks. The court heard Esack stabbed his estranged wife with such ferocity the 8in (20cm) blade bent and the tip broke off.

    The jury was told he carried out the attack because he failed to come to terms with his estranged wife’s new relationship with Justin Khadaroo.

    In the run-up to the murder in April 2012, she was subjected to a series of threatening text messages and calls which left her a “nervous wreck and absolutely petrified”.

    During one telephone conversation, when she asked him what her options were, Esack replied: “Death, death, death.”

    The case will now be the subject of an independently chaired, multi-agency review which is expected to report in February.

    Ivan Esack worked for Kent for seven years until January 2010 and was based at Maidstone police station.

  227. 321 spencer January 20, 2013 at 11:15 pm

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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    Off-duty Greater Manchester police officer murdered

    Ch Supt Chris Sykes: “His colleagues at work are very shocked and very upset”
    An off-duty police officer has died after being assaulted in Greater Manchester.

    PC Gareth Francis, 28, was walking home from a night out with friends on Castle Street, Edgeley, Stockport, at 01:20 GMT, when he was attacked, police said.

    He was taken to Stepping Hill Hospital with a head injury and died later.

    Two men, aged 20 and 21, from Stockport, have been been arrested on suspicion of his murder and remain in custody for questioning.

    A post-mortem examination will take place later to establish the cause of death. Police have appealed for witnesses.

    PC Francis was assaulted minutes after getting out of a taxi
    ‘Terrible blow’
    Detectives said he was dropped off by a taxi in Edgeley after a night out with friends in Manchester city centre and assaulted minutes later.

    Ch Supt Chris Sykes said PC Francis joined Greater Manchester Police force in 2007 and was serving at West Didsbury Police Station.

    He added: “Gareth was a dedicated police officer with six years’ experience and he will be greatly missed by his colleagues.

    “However, the loss will be even greater for Gareth’s family and I would like to reassure them that we have a team of detectives working round-the-clock now to establish exactly what happened this morning.

    “Gareth’s colleagues on the South Manchester Division have been dealt a terrible blow by today’s news and and welfare is being provided to any members of staff affected by this tragedy.”

  228. 322 alex wood January 22, 2013 at 10:09 pm

    I would cut the police forces wage untill they learn how to do there jobs no point in them

  229. 323 spencer January 23, 2013 at 3:41 am

    Police corruption: Criminals ‘give officers steroids’

    Most forces were investigating individual officers abusing power fro sex, Acpo says
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    Corrupt police rules ‘need boost’
    Dozens of police officers are being investigated over their use of anabolic steroids supplied by criminals in gyms, an anti-corruption report has revealed.

    It warns that the many officers who use drugs to boost their strength risk corruption if they depend on dealers.

    The Association of Chief Police Officers in England and Wales ordered the report from the anti-corruption group Transparency International.

    It says some officers also abuse their power to obtain sexual favours.

    The report urges “zero tolerance” on corruption and says forces should not “fire-fight” their way from crisis to crisis.

    Acpo’s spokesman on professional standards, Staffordshire Chief Constable Michael Cunningham, said the problems caused by officers taking steroids was were “a significant threat”.

    He said almost all of the 43 forces in England and Wales were investigating police officers involved in bodybuilding who had formed inappropriate relationships with people supplying the drugs.

    “In most forces there will be a police officer who is into bodybuilding and the gym and who would abuse steroids,” he said.

    Such cases would often start with officers going to gyms, starting to experiment with steroids – “then the relationships they form when they’re using steroids become corrupt and corrosive”, he added.

    Hearings plan
    Mr Cunningham said other top risk factors for corruption included the misuse of information systems.

    He said most forces were also investigating allegations against officers “abusing their position for sexual favour”.

    Later this week, chief constables will meet to talk about how best to tackle corruption allegations.

    They will discuss plans including making gross misconduct hearings open to the public and the media as well as setting up ethics committees – independent of the police and crime commissioners – for each force.

    In December, the Inspectorate of Constabulary called on forces to improve plans to combat corruption.

    Investigations into corruption are rising but too few forces are gathering intelligence to prevent it happening, it found.

  230. 324 spencer February 1, 2013 at 2:41 am

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    Police watchdog IPCC ‘woefully under-equipped’

    The public must have confidence police did not abuse their powers, the MPs said
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    Hillsborough inquiry staff hired
    MPs say the police watchdog for England and Wales is overwhelmed, woefully underequipped and failing to get to the truth of allegations of wrongdoing.

    A Home Affairs Committee report said the Independent Police Complaints Commission needed more resources.

    The MPs said the body needed more powers and should spend more time investigating police corruption.

    Chairwoman Dame Anne Owers welcomed the report, saying the IPCC was struggling to meet legitimate expectations.

    Almost 32,000 police officers faced complaints between 2011 and 2012 – many of them trivial and dealt with informally.

    ‘Not yet capable’
    But in a scathing report, MPs said the IPCC was overloaded with appeals. Serious police corruption cases were being under-investigated while resources went on less serious complaints, the report said.

    “Police officers are warranted with powers that can strip people of their liberty, their money and even their lives and it is vital that the public have confidence that those powers are not abused,” said the MPs.

    “We conclude that the Independent Police Complaints Commission is not yet capable of delivering the kind of powerful, objective scrutiny that is needed to inspire that confidence.”

    MPs said the IPCC had too many former police officers among its investigators and delegated too many complaints to the police forces to investigate themselves, only to overturn the police’s conclusions in a third of appeals.

    The body lacked specialists capable of analysing crime scenes in the critical hours after an incident involving the police, they said.

    “Compared with the might of the 43 police forces in England and Wales, the IPCC is woefully under-equipped and hamstrung in achieving its original objectives,” said the MPs, adding that it was smaller than Scotland Yard’s own internal investigations team.

    The MPs say the government should provide ring-fenced funding for investigations affecting police integrity, such as the Andrew Mitchell Downing Street “plebgate” affair.

    Hillsborough investigation

    Dame Anne Owers agrees with MPs
    The IPCC is currently trying to embark on its biggest ever investigation by examining allegations that police officers were involved in a cover-up of failings following the 96 deaths at the 1989 Hillsborough tragedy.

    Parliament has passed legislation to give the body more powers for the massive inquiry and ministers are guaranteeing funding for extra investigators currently being recruited.

    Dame Anne said: “This report recognises that we do not yet have the resources or powers to do all that the public rightly expects and needs from us.

    “That is what we have been saying for a long time.

    “Without that, we will continue to struggle to meet the legitimate expectations of complainants and of families who have lost someone in tragic circumstances.

    “We are a demand-led organisation, and, as the committee’s report shows, the demand for our services continues to grow. But all of this needs resources and powers.”

    A Home Office spokesman said: “Improving police professionalism and integrity are at the cornerstone of the sweeping reforms we are making to the police force, and the IPCC has a key role to play.

    “We are already working to ensure the organisation has the powers and resources it needs to manage the challenges it is currently facing and we will shortly announce a package of new measures designed to further improve the public’s trust in the police.”

    The watchdog was set up in 2004 after its predecessor was severely criticised in the report into the murder of Stephen Lawrence.

    It also has powers to investigate complaints against the Serious Organised Crime Agency, Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs and the UK Border Agency.

    What a J O K E !

  231. 325 spencer February 1, 2013 at 2:32 pm

    April Casburn jailed for News of the World leak offer
    April Casburn arriving at the Old Bailey on 1 February 2013 Counter-terrorism officer April Casburn was found guilty of misconduct in public office
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    The first person to be prosecuted as part of the investigation into payments by journalists to officials has been jailed for 15 months in prison.

    Det Ch Insp April Casburn, 53, from Essex, was convicted last month of misconduct in public office.

    She had called the News of the World, offering to sell information to the paper, after the inquiry into hacking by the tabloid reopened in 2010.

    The sentencing judge called it “a corrupt attempt to make money”.

    The Metropolitan Police said it was “a great disappointment that a detective chief inspector in the counter terrorism command should have abused her position in this way”.

    Casburn had said she contacted the paper out of public interest, but Mr Justice Fulford said her offence could not be described as whistle-blowing.

    She spoke to journalist Tim Wood about the fresh investigation into phone hacking and claimed she did so because she was concerned about counter-terror resources being wasted on the phone-hacking inquiry, which her colleagues saw as “a bit of a jolly”.
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    image of Dominic Casciani Analysis Dominic Casciani Home affairs correspondent

    April Casburn goes to prison as the first person convicted as part of Operation Elveden.

    During mitigation, her barrister argued that the exceptional nature of her offence – one ‘mad telephone call’ – should not lead to a precedent-setting sentence which would affect any future convictions relating to corrupt relationships between police and journalists.

    But Mr Justice Fulford made clear she had no excuse for her actions – it was a straightforward and troubling case of corruption.

    This was the key factor. He assessed that her actions had damaged the public’s trust in the police and potentially damaged the integrity of a new investigation. There was, in his view, no defence of whistle-blowing – of speaking out in the public interest. And that’s why he concluded that the public interest would be in jailing the disgraced detective.

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    The detective denied asking for money, but Mr Wood had made a note that she “wanted to sell inside information”.

    The newspaper did not print a story after the call and no money changed hands.

    The judge, in his sentencing remarks at the Old Bailey said Mr Wood was “a reliable, honest and disinterested witness” who had “absolutely no reason to lie”.

    “If the News of the World had accepted her offer, it’s clear, in my view, that Ms Casburn would have taken the money and, as a result, she posed a significant threat to the integrity of this important police investigation,” he said.

    He told her it was “a corrupt attempt to make money out of sensitive and potentially very damaging information”.

    Mr Justice Fulford went on: “Activity of this kind is deeply damaging to the administration of criminal justice in this country. It corrodes the public’s faith in the police force, it can lead to the acquittal or the failure by the authorities to prosecute individuals who have committed offences whether they are serious or otherwise.”

    Casburn, who was found guilty after a trial at Southwark Crown Court, is in the process of adopting a child, and the judge said had that not been the case she would have been sentenced to three years.

    The judge said he was particularly concerned about the child, and admitted that her absence while she is in prison could be damaging.

    However, he said that, had she not been arrested, the detective would have returned to work by now, and therefore the child would be cared for by others anyway.
    News of the World sign The phone-hacking scandal led to the closure of the News of the World

    The Sunday tabloid was closed down in 2011 amid outrage over its hacking into voicemails.
    ‘Unhappy at work’

    The offence happened in September 2010 when Casburn, from Hatfield Peverel, was managing the national terrorist financial investigation unit.

    Ahead of sentencing, Casburn’s defence team told the judge her only offence was “being very unhappy at work and making a mad telephone call” to the News of the World.

    In a statement, the Metropolitan Police said: “We hope that the 15-month prison sentence handed down to this officer sends a strong message that the leaking of confidential information for personal gain is absolutely unacceptable and will not be tolerated.”

    It said she had “betrayed the service and let down her colleagues”, adding that there was “no place for corrupt officers or staff” in its police force.

    Her arrest was one of 59 that have been made as part of the ongoing Operation Elveden investigation.

    Operation Elveden is running alongside the Operation Weeting inquiry into phone hacking, and Operation Tuleta into allegations that computers were hacked to obtain private information.
    15 months or was that meant to say 15 days???????

    • 327 spencer February 8, 2013 at 5:51 am

      Cregan made my day! pity only 2 went to that house. The vermin have to prove he did it now! If the police force got their priorities right those 2 would still be alive! The police create a rod for their own backs, a miss quote that as they are all spineless rats!

  232. 328 lwtc247 February 12, 2013 at 4:06 pm

    To me, Cregan is kind crime-scum I absolutely lothe. I can’t feel anything ‘positive’ about him.

    I still don’t think ALL cops are dirty – especially junior cops. It’s sad when the sparingly few good apples in the rotten barrel eat dirt and there’s no need to think the WPC’s Cregan killed deserved it.

    As for Christopher Jordan Dorner in the states, I wonder how many scum US cops he’ll take down before the vermin exterminate him. It’s interesting to see how US cops are shooting at ANYTHING that could possible be him. I bet there crapping themselves. Shoe’s on the other foot now huh?

  233. 329 Anonymous March 19, 2013 at 11:39 pm

    Cregan showed them the shoes are on the other foot aswell! THEY ARE ALL THE SAME!

  234. 330 Anonymous March 21, 2013 at 2:29 pm

    Dale Cregan ‘told doctor he killed four people’

    Dale Cregan denies the murders of David and Mark Short
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    Dale Cregan told a psychiatrist he had killed a father and son and two police officers, a court has heard.

    Cregan has previously admitted killing PCs Fiona Bone, 32, and Nicola Hughes, 23, in a gun and grenade attack but denies killing David and Mark Short.

    The psychiatrist told Preston Crown Court Cregan made the admissions during interviews while on remand and on one occasion told of his killing fantasies.

    Cregan, 29, denies murder, attempted murder and causing an explosion.

    Forensic psychiatrist Dr James Collins said that in one conversation Cregan, who is alleged to have used a gun and grenade to kill David Short, had said: “I shot David Short point-blank in the head, three times, but if I had had time I would have cut his head off.”

    Cregan told the psychiatrist that David Short had threatened to rape his sister and son and threatened his whole family, jurors heard.

    The psychiatrist told the court Cregan had said he had had fantasies about killing David Short.

    He said Cregan had told him: “I was not really bothered about the others. I just wanted to kill David Short. I couldn’t get him out of my head.”

    PC Fiona Bone and PC Nicola Hughes were killed on 18 September
    Dr Collins told the jury that Cregan had said to him that after Mark Short’s murder, David Short told Cregan he would rape his son and set him on fire.

    Quoting Cregan from notes he made of the interviews, Dr Collins said: ‘I used to get visions of them killing my son, perhaps by a stray bullet. I was also worried about my mother and brother.

    “I thought if I killed David Short I thought all these thoughts would go away.”

    ‘Big relief’
    The jury was told by Dr Collins that Cregan had said: “He threatened my whole family so I was always going to kill him.

    “I knew I would have to do it. It was not an urge – it was because what it was doing to me if I didn’t do it.”

    Cregan told the doctor “a big relief rushed through my body” and he had had the “best sleep of my life” after killing David Short, the court was told.

    The court heard Cregan told Dr Collins on the day Mark Short was murdered, that he had drunk 10 bottles of beer in a pub and had taken cocaine.

    The psychiatrist told the court that, in their interviews, Cregan had described going into the Cotton Tree Pub and shooting John Short, Michael Belcher – also a member of the Short family – and Mark Short, but David Short was in the toilet when he entered the pub.

    The court has been told Cregan went on the run after allegedly murdering Mark Short, 23, in The Cotton Tree Pub, Droylsden, on 25 May and his father David, 46, at home in Clayton, Manchester, 10 weeks later.

    Attempted murder charges
    He killed the police officers by luring them to an ambush.

    Leon Atkinson, 35, from Ashton-under-Lyne, Luke Livesey, 27, from Hattersley, Damian Gorman, 38, from Glossop, Ryan Hadfield, 28, from Droylsden, and Matthew James, 33, from Clayton, also deny murdering Mark Short and the attempted murders of three others in the pub at the time.

    Accused of the murder of David Short along with Cregan are Francis Dixon, 37, from Stalybridge, Anthony Wilkinson, 38, from Manchester, and Jermaine Ward, 24.

    All four are also jointly accused of the attempted murder of Sharon Hark on the same day, and a single charge of causing an explosion.

    They all deny the charges.

    Mr Wilkinson is also charged with possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life and Mohammed Ali, 32, from Chadderton, is accused of assisting an offender. They deny the charges.

    Only Cregan was charged with the murder of the two police officers.

    The trial continues.

    How do these people think and what in society produces such people? If the police got their priorities right perhaps those 2 would still be alive. The British police force can see past their own corruption thats why!

    • 331 lwtc247 March 25, 2013 at 4:58 pm

      It’s strange that Collins is able to divulge this information. How come he isn’t bound by doctor-patient confidentiality – or is that just a Hollywood thing? Still, I consider Cregan scum like many police.

  235. 332 Anonymous March 21, 2013 at 2:32 pm

    Do you not think Tony Blair should see the same psychiatric Dr? After all he is responsible for the deaths of 10,000s! and all those who supported it in our great plutocracy!!!

  236. 334 spencer March 26, 2013 at 2:26 am

    C O R R U P T !!
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    Cleveland Police deputy chief constable Derek Bonnard sacked

    Derek Bonnard had denied any wrongdoing
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    The deputy chief constable of Cleveland Police, Derek Bonnard, has been sacked from the force for gross misconduct.

    Mr Bonnard was suspended when he was arrested as part of a corruption probe in 2011 and denied any wrongdoing. The former chief constable was also sacked.

    The force said Mr Bonnard was sacked for six counts of gross misconduct, including obstructing the inquiry and misusing a corporate credit card.

    Mr Bonnard said he planned to appeal after being treated “appallingly”.

    His dismissal followed a disciplinary hearing which began earlier this month.

    ‘Not innocent’
    The six counts against him included deliberately obstructing the criminal investigation, misusing public funds in relation to a charity bike ride, misusing a corporate credit card, inappropriately hiring a vehicle which he crashed, costing the tax payer more than £5,000, and accepting inappropriate hospitality.

    The independent panel decided to dismiss Mr Bonnard without notice.

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    Throughout the investigation and the disciplinary process he has sought to blame others for his own actions and behaviours”

    Jacqui Cheer
    Cleveland chief constable
    The allegations of gross misconduct followed an inquiry by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

    He had faced seven counts of gross misconduct, but the seventh charge, that he had acted contrary to Cleveland Police policy in relation to the purchase of a vehicle provided to him by the police authority, was found not proven.

    He was arrested along with the force’s former chief constable Sean Price, in August 2011.

    Mr Price was sacked last year after he was found guilty of gross misconduct at a separate hearing.

    Current chief constable Jacqui Cheer said: “In May 2012, Derek Bonnard publicly stated he was innocent of any wrongdoing and wanted his name cleared.

    Chief constable Jacqui Cheer said she was now looking for a new deputy chief constable
    “He also described the investigation as highly expensive, recognising that it was funded by tax payers.

    “Quite clearly, he is not innocent of any wrongdoing, and he has succeeded in delaying his misconduct hearing, which has incurred additional cost for the tax payer.

    “Throughout the investigation and the disciplinary process he has sought to blame others for his own actions and behaviours.

    “He has let himself down, he has let Cleveland Police down but most importantly, he has let the people of Cleveland down. The force deserves much better from one of its most senior officers.”

    ‘Sorry chapter’
    One count of potential gross misconduct for Mr Bonnard has been deferred pending the outcome of ongoing investigation Operation Sacristy.

    Cleveland Police said as Mr Bonnard was no longer a serving police officer, he was not subject to any further police disciplinary processes.

    Sean Price was sacked after he was found guilty of gross misconduct at a separate hearing
    IPCC Commissioner Nicholas Long said: “Mr Bonnard’s dismissal brings to an end a sorry chapter for the Cleveland Police.

    “The two most senior police officers in the force have had their careers unceremoniously ended because of their individual failings. Events of the past two years can only have diminished public confidence in the force.

    “I hope the conclusion of these disciplinary matters can act as a salutary reminder to all senior police officers that their role is to ensure the communities they serve are protected from crime and that they must be public servants beyond reproach.

    “Above all, they must not to abuse the trust placed in them to benefit themselves and others financially.”

    In a statement, Mr Bonnard said: “When I was arrested some 19 months ago I knew, despite my innocence, that my life and professional career would be changed forever… throughout this investigation I believe I have been treated appallingly with scant regard paid to providing a fair hearing.

    “I will undoubtedly be blamed by some for challenging the misconduct process against me.

    “However, like any other individual I deserved a fair trial and I simply tried to ensure that happened… an appeal will now be submitted against the findings of the misconduct hearing in order to clear my name.”

  237. 335 spencer March 31, 2013 at 7:22 pm

    Ha ha! Takes the biscuit
    .Norfolk police officer sues garage after trip on 999 call

    Garage owner Steve Jones, with the offending kerb, said the case was shocking
    A police officer is suing a petrol station owner after apparently tripping on a kerb on his property when called to reports of a suspected break-in.

    PC Kelly Jones, 33, says she injured her leg and wrist at the filling station in Thetford, Norfolk, on 25 August last year.

    She was not available for comment. Petrol station owner Steve Jones said he found the case “shocking”.

    Police said the claim appeared to be “instigated privately” by the officer.

    Mr Jones said PC Jones tripped and fell and that he helped her up, but did not think she was hurt.

    A letter to the business from solicitor Pattinson Brewer states PC Jones went to the Nunns Bridges garage at 00:20 BST.

    ‘Unaware of step’
    It said she went towards a gap in the fencing near a jet wash area in order to access the rear of the premises.

    She did not know there was a section of high kerbing and tripped and fell.

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    Times are quite hard for the industry… this is the final straw”

    Steve Jones
    Garage owner
    PC Jones injured her left leg and right wrist and went to the West Suffolk Hospital, the letter added.

    The claim alleges the petrol station was at fault for failing to ensure PC Jones was “reasonably safe”, making no attempt to light the area or warn her about the step.

    The letter also alleges the business failed to display any warning signs or carry out a risk assessment.

    Mr Jones said he did not think he could have done any more to make things safe for the officer.

    “I think the kerb was fairly visible – as visible as any kerbs on the road she had already walked over to get here,” he said.

    “When I got this letter I was anxious and worried.

    “It’s left a sour taste in my mouth.

    “Times are quite hard for the industry and it seems everywhere we turn someone wants a piece of us – whether it’s rates people, credit card companies, shoplifters, or people driving off without paying.

    “This is the final straw.”

    ‘Not common’
    Paul Ridgway, chairman of the Norfolk Police Federation, said it had been made aware of the incident soon after it happened.

    The officer was called to the garage just after midnight
    He said regardless of the federation’s view on any member’s claim, a claim is forwarded to a solicitor to see whether there is any merit in it.

    He added: “All members of the public, regardless of what profession, can claim litigation against people and against private firms – that’s why everyone has insurance.

    “It’s not common, I appreciate that, but the claim has come in and we’ve honoured the officer’s wishes by putting it through to the solicitor.”

    Norfolk Police said it had been unaware of the claim, adding: “We have a duty of care to any officer injured whilst on duty, to support their continued health and well-being and fitness to return to work.

    “Officers can, in addition, receive further support from their staff association, as well as pursuing private treatment.”

  238. 337 spencer April 6, 2013 at 1:29 am

    PC Mark Milton cleared of charges after 92mph crash
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    A police officer who was driving at speeds of up to 108mph moments before he crashed his patrol car in Shropshire has been cleared of dangerous driving.

    PC Mark Milton, 46, from Pendrel Close in Market Drayton, said he was chasing a suspected stolen car on the A442 in Cold Hatton, which has a 40mph limit.

    The patrol car was travelling at 92mph when it crashed into a traffic island in October 2011.

    A jury at Worcester Crown Court unanimously cleared him of the charge.

    No other vehicle was involved when the BMW patrol car suffered a shredded tyre and broken suspension strut on 26 October.

    Mr Milton, an advanced police driver for 18 years, had earlier told the court there was “nothing to distinguish the island” by way of markings.

    He guided the car to a safe stop and nobody was injured in the crash although the driver’s airbag did deploy.

    ‘Misconduct proceedings’
    West Mercia Police is yet to decide if the officer will face disciplinary procedures.

    A force spokesman said: “Charges are brought if the CPS decide that it is in the public interest and the evidence supports a realistic prospect of a conviction.

    “It was right and proper that the evidence collated led to a criminal trial so the case could be tested before a jury.

    “West Mercia Police will now consider misconduct proceedings in respect of PC Milton’s alleged driving behaviour and this may lead to disciplinary action.”

    The West Mercia Police Federation has said the public interest will not be served by “initiating misconduct proceedings against the officer”.

  239. 338 Dr David Green April 13, 2013 at 11:17 pm

    Hampshire and Isle of Wight police are an appalling bunch of pricks. They lack any sense of professionalism, they assault people without any compelling reasons and worse – they happily falsify information on officials records.
    When arrested for a crime I had not committed at the behest of MBNA, my wife suffered a stroke. Hampshire police at Newort, IOW allowed my wife to enjoy her stroke for 8 hours and then threw us out with advice to go to hospital.. Result my Wife then spent 4 weeks in the stroke unit. In the “rush” to release us quickly Hampshire’s criminally inept police failed in their duty to take fingerprints and other samples and so the crap police decided to make a police record that recorded me as having a conviction for robbery and drunk driving.
    So in addition to hospitalizing my Wife for 4 weeks, they then caused me to lose my employment through stress and to lose my new career because of their false recording. Lukke Harvard James asserts it’s OK for police to make false records without compensating for losses and Roger Trencher the Force Solicitor loses correspondence which supports compensation for losses. A worse bunch of twats than Hampshire Police I will never know.
    And lo and behold the former twat of a Chief Constable is made head of the new police training organisation and we still get another low quality chief constable who was his deputy.

    And yes no communication so I still await compensation and they simply refuse to communicate or behave in a mature and adult fashion. Hampshire Police are ****

  240. 339 lwtc247 May 6, 2013 at 4:39 pm

    Just seen this…
    “…two officers of the law beat a mentally ill man in his flat and then watched him die.

    Were the cunts charged with murder… No.

    Were the cunts charged with manslaughter… No

    The cunts were actually charged with a pathetic offence of misconduct in public office.

    Were the cunts found guilty? … No”

    See: http://www.chrisspivey.co.uk/?p=11489

  241. 340 spencer July 4, 2013 at 12:09 am

    I’m back!
    They are without shame! abhorrent individuals!
    This thing about that black lad who was murdered in London those years ago, and all the vermin could do is try to tarnish the victims family! These people really are the pits!
    the police are good at murdering JUSTICE!
    VERMIN the lot of them! nothing more nothing less!

    • 341 lwtc247 July 5, 2013 at 2:46 pm

      Hi Spencer. Glad to see you again. You are referring to Azelle Rodney? Certainly his killers deserve life a life sentence and the swine’s that covered it up.

  242. 342 spencer July 24, 2013 at 10:14 am

    Man dies after being tasered by police
    Report by Lindsay Brown
    Thu 11 Jul 2013 07:32
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    A man has died after police shot him with a Taser, Greater Manchester Police have said.

    The 23-year-old suffered a “medical episode” and died after police fired at him with the stun gun.

    Officers were responding to a disturbance in Beard Road, Gorton, in Manchester, when they used the Taser to detain the man.

  243. 343 spencer July 24, 2013 at 10:19 am

    I wonder if he will get a fair hearing?????

  244. 344 lwtc247 July 24, 2013 at 2:04 pm

    Hi Spencer.
    The catalogue of constabulary crimes continues
    A “medical episode” huh? Newspeak for the establishment crimes that continue to define this shameful period in history. If you are religious you will get consolation that these screeching piglets will get the ultimate justice
    Do you see any prospect for the people turning on this police force encapsulated evil en masse?

  245. 345 spencer August 2, 2013 at 9:31 pm

    Hampshire policewoman Rebecca Swanston jailed for corruption
    Rebecca Swanston
    Rebecca Swanston admitted three counts of misconduct in a public office
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    A policewoman with the Hampshire force who disclosed intelligence to criminals has been jailed for three years.

    Rebecca Swanston, 28, pleaded guilty at Winchester Crown Court to three counts of misconduct in a public office between January and October 2012.

    Swanston, who served as a PC until November, was secretly recorded in her home having incriminating conversations with criminal associates.

    She accessed information from police systems while working in Southampton.

    Swanston, of Lomond Close, Portsmouth, was involved in intimate relationships with suspected and known criminals in Southampton, including drug dealers.

    The court heard she told suspected criminals they were wanted and advised them about police tactics, enabling them to avoid detection.

    ‘Self-destructive’
    Swanston had accessed intelligence from police information systems while based at Southampton Central police station.

    The court was told two men confessed their roles in crimes to her, including a machete attack, but she did not pass on the information.

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    You were clearly empowered by the information you had and could disclose to these men”

    Judge Jane Miller QC
    It also heard that after Swanston’s activities came to light, a case against two suspected drug dealers, who she did not know, was dropped as her evidence formed a key part of the prosecution.

    One of the suspects later went on to supply drugs to a person who died after taking them.

    Swanston was dismissed from Hampshire Police in November after admitting gross misconduct.

    Passing sentence, Judge Jane Miller QC called Swanston’s behaviour “self-destructive”.

    “I suspect you behaved in this way because you wanted to. You were clearly empowered by the information you had and could disclose to these men.

    “It is a very unattractive feature of this case.

    “These offences were a gross breach of trust in every sense,” she added

    Speaking after the hearing, Det Supt Colin Smith, of Hampshire Constabulary’s Professional Standards Department, said Swanston’s actions “went totally and utterly against values of honesty and integrity required of her as a police officer”.

  246. 346 spencer August 4, 2013 at 10:56 am

    Former Warwickshire PC ‘took pictures up skirts’
    Robert Tedds
    Robert Tedds had an “exemplary record” of police service and now felt “absolute shame”
    A former police constable filmed a naked teenage girl and took pictures up strangers’ skirts, a court has heard.

    Robert Tedds, 58, who was previously with Warwickshire Police, admitted three charges of making an indecent image of a child.

    He also admitted five counts of outraging public decency and was given a three-year community order at Worcester Crown Court.

    Tedds had been working in a civilian role when the offences took place.

    He retired as an officer in 2011 and had been working with the force’s firearms licensing unit when the offences took place, between May and June this year. He had also carried out some driving duties on a part-time basis for senior officers, Warwickshire Police said.

    ‘Financial difficulties’
    Prosecuting, William Rickarby said Tedds’s offending came to light when a man spotted him taking a picture “up the skirt of one of the customers” at a petrol station in Leamington Spa, on 10 June.

    He reported it to staff and a later review of CCTV at the petrol station uncovered five separate occasions when he had taken such pictures, using a mobile phone.

    He was questioned and two mobile phones and a computer hard drive were seized.

    “On one of the phones, a number of similar images at different locations were found, some of them were also in the back of cars, or in an office environment, while some were on a train,” Mr Rickarby said.

    An indecent video of the teenage girl, filmed in June and deleted on the same day, was found on the second phone.

    In mitigation, Michael Aspinall, said Tedds, of Grange Road, Leamington Spa, had an “exemplary record” of police service and now felt “absolute shame”.

    All the still images on the phone were classified as the least serious, with no nudity, he said.

    He added, after leaving the force following the maximum 32 years’ service, Tedds had financial and psychological difficulties and that was his only explanation.

    Tedds will have to sign the sex offenders register for five years and attend a community sexual offenders work group. Ten further matters of outraging public decency were taken into consideration

    • 347 lwtc247 August 4, 2013 at 11:12 pm

      Good on you Spencer for posting this. It would be good if there were pictures of these criminals in uniform.

      I do hope this page gets used as a resource for people who want to clue themselves up on pig crime.

  247. 348 spencer August 5, 2013 at 7:28 pm

    Why does the met police apologize for Ian Thomlinson??? After all that harwood character has been found guilty of NOTHING!!!!! I am at a total fucking loss here, can some one explain to me about this??????????

  248. 349 lwtc247 August 6, 2013 at 9:17 am

    Indeed Spencer. It’s ridiculous, albeit not unexpected, that he’s not serving life in addition to the MET paying out and apologising.

    From w-ww.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23573327

    “Mr Tomlinson’s widow and seven of his children and step-children had pursued the compensation claim. The amount will remain confidential.” – I don’t see how there could be an over-riding and valid reason to stop people knowing the amount paid out There probably isn’t and it’s just to protect the MET.

    “Deputy Assistant Commissioner Maxine de Brunner said the settlement acknowledged the “suffering” Mr Tomlinson’s family had “endured with dignity” since his death,” – that sounds a little to me a like some kind of call to the victims of illegal police acts as well as past victims) to be pretty quiet about it.

    “..she apologised for PC Harwood’s actions.” – and the killer himself?

    Julia Tomlinson [Ian’s widow]:”After the unlawful killing verdict at the inquest it was unimaginable to us that PC Harwood could be acquitted of the criminal charge of manslaughter,” – I think everyone feels that Julia, but sadly the judiciary is designed to serve the rotten state and police tyranny help the state keep its grip on power, hence the pigs are given meta-judicial pardons.states protection

  249. 350 spencer August 7, 2013 at 10:53 pm

    MMmmm true! Hail Cregan!

  250. 351 spencer August 16, 2013 at 10:28 am

    THE GERMANS STARTED DOING THIS IN THE 1930’S!!!!!
    High Court judge rules man can be sterilised
    General view of operating theatre
    The judge’s ruling is a legal first
    A judge has made legal history by sanctioning the sterilisation of a man “in his best interests”.

    The 36-year-old, from the Midlands, has learning difficulties and already has a son, born in 2010, with his girlfriend.

    Mrs Justice Eleanor King ruled that a vasectomy could take place after hearing that another child could cause the man “psychological harm”.

    Experts said he was capable of sexual consent but did not have the capacity to make decisions about contraception.

    They said the man, referred to as DE, could not be relied upon to use condoms or other birth control methods effectively to prevent pregnancy.

    The Court of Protection in London has heard that DE does not want to become a father again.

    The application to allow a vasectomy was made by the man’s local NHS trust, with the support of his parents, GP and the local authority involved in his care. None of them must be identified, by court order.

    The case came to court because of undisputed evidence that DE does not have the capacity to decide whether or not to consent to sterilisation, meaning a judge had to make the decision.

    In her ruling, Justice King said a vasectomy was “undoubtedly” in the best interests of DE.

    An application for the sterilisation of a man came to court in 1999 but was refused, making the ruling on DE the first time in England and Wales a court has sanctioned a man’s sterilisation

  251. 352 spencer August 20, 2013 at 12:40 am

    FUCKING DISGRACE !!!
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    South Yorkshire Police offered Hillsborough Disaster Fund cash
    The 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster
    Ninety-six Liverpool fans lost their lives as a result of the Hillsborough disaster in 1989
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    Police chiefs wanted to buy an overseas holiday home for officers using money from the Hillsborough Disaster Fund.

    South Yorkshire Police proposed purchasing a property after bosses of the fund asked for ideas of how to spend “residual money” in 1991.

    The force also asked for gym equipment, gifts for sick officers and microwaves.

    Sheila Coleman, of the Hillsborough Justice Campaign, described the “brazen” requests as evidence of the police “insensitivity”.

    Documents released by the Hillsborough Independent Panel show the request for a holiday home was made by Chief Inspector John Donnelley, who was in charge of policing in Sheffield city centre on the day of the disaster.

    He wrote: “Purchase of some sort of holiday flat – either home or abroad – for use by police officers and families.”

    Sir Norman Bettison, a former inspector with South Yorkshire Police who attended the 1989 match as a spectator, suggested spending £2,000 refurbishing the enquiry desk area at Hammerton Road Police Station, or upgrading the police room at Hillsborough.

    Other suggestions included redecorating police rooms at five football grounds in South Yorkshire, improving visitor facilities at police stations, and creating an Occupational Health Unit for the force.

    ‘Absolutely appalling’
    None of the projects is believed to have been approved.

    Money for the fund, which eventually reached about £12m, came via donations from organisations including Liverpool FC, the government, and the cities of Sheffield, Liverpool and Nottingham.

    Ms Coleman said: “Clearly [South Yorkshire Police’s] insensitivity to the whole issue was such that they had no problem in proffering suggestions, such as Norman Bettison for the front of his police station.

    “The one that gets me is the holiday home for police officers. Even at the time in 1991 people knew there was a cover-up – there was emerging evidence – and it is absolutely appalling that they are brazen enough that they would take the money.”

    She described the decision by the fund’s trustees to offer bodies such as the police money in January 1991 as “premature”, saying it could have been put towards “subsistence” for families fighting legal battles.

    ‘Improve public safety’
    Deputy Chief Constable Andy Holt said South Yorkshire Police was among a number of bodies approached by the fund’s trustees.

    He said: “As a result, South Yorkshire Police formally submitted a number of suggestions to the trustees of the Hillsborough Disaster Fund which included enhancing the quality of the police control rooms at Hillsborough and other football stadia to improve public safety and the policing of future football matches.

    “Other suggestions included the provision of better equipment for the force’s Casualty Bureau, the creation of an Occupational Health Unit and a number of community-based projects.

    “In addition, a small number of other suggestions were made by individual officers and or staff at the time that included the provision of items of gymnasium equipment in police gyms to help maintain the health and fitness of officers, and the purchase of a holiday flat for use by officers and their families.

    “I am not aware that any of the various suggestions succeeded in attracting funding.”

    • 353 lwtc247 August 22, 2013 at 10:29 am

      Bloody hell.
      That is totally disgraceful. How freaking sick can you get???
      A complete and utter distortion of any concept of justice.
      This scum should be thrown in jail. That they are going to get
      away with this is a mockery of the Liverpool supporters deaths
      Once again the pigs spit on their graves.
      They are Psychos, surely.

  252. 354 lwtc247 August 23, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    It looks like it’s going to be US-centric but you might like to watch this in a couple of days… “Police Tactics” August 25th RT.com

  253. 355 spencer August 27, 2013 at 8:39 pm

    Give it a short while he will turn up in another police force;
    PC Anthony Fellows quits for sending nude photo to girl
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    PC ‘sent obscene photo to teenager’
    A police officer who sent a naked photograph of himself to a teenage girl has resigned.

    Anthony Fellows, of the West Midlands force, was given a two-year suspended sentence at Birmingham Crown Court.

    The 26-year-old, from Sanderling Close in Featherstone, Staffordshire, admitted the improper use of the electronic communications network.

    A charge of attempting to force a child between the age of 13 and 15 to look at an obscene image was dropped.

    Fellows had been a constable with the force for four years.

    He was suspended when the allegations were made in October and November last year.

    The force confirmed on Tuesday that Fellows resigned two months ago.

    At the hearing earlier this month, the court also ordered him to pay £135 costs

  254. 356 spencer August 27, 2013 at 8:41 pm

    Yet more!
    Merseyside PC investigated over alleged ‘sexual advances’ to girl, 17
    A Merseyside police officer has been suspended following allegations that he made “sexual advances” to a teenage girl while on duty.

    The PC allegedly made the advances when he drove the 17-year-old home in a police car after picking her up off the street in the early hours of 17 August.

    He was suspended following a complaint from the girl’s family.

    The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said the allegations were being “taken extremely seriously”.

    The IPCC’s commissioner for Merseyside, James Dipple-Johnstone, said the organisation was managing an investigation that is being carried out by Merseyside Police.

    He said the IPCC was involved to “provide confidence to the victim, her family and the public that there has been independent oversight and the investigation is thorough”.

  255. 357 spencer August 27, 2013 at 8:45 pm

    The Crooks keep coming!
    Chief Constable Stuart Hyde could be ‘asked to leave’
    Temporary Chief Constable Stuart Hyde of Cumbria Police
    Mr Hyde has been suspended since September
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    Police chief to remain suspended
    Police chief focused on ‘morale’
    Tory becomes Cumbria’s first PCC
    Cumbria’s temporary Chief Constable could be asked to resign or retire by the Police and Crime Commissioner.

    Stuart Hyde has been suspended since September after an investigation started into alleged misconduct.

    Cumbria PCC Richard Rhodes said Mr Hyde had been re-suspended and he was proposing to start a process leading to possible retirement or resignation.

    Mr Hyde said the investigation “found no evidence of misconduct, gross misconduct or criminality”.

    In a statement he said: “What I am surprised and shocked about is that the PCC has not accepted their conclusion and has chosen to substitute his own.”

    He said he was “very surprised” that Mr Rhodes was “attempting to remove” him from office.

    Credit cards
    In October, Mr Hyde was cleared of serious misconduct by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) but an investigation by South Wales Police continued.

    The investigating officer’s report said he did not find evidence of misconduct but included 36 recommendations, 12 of which related directly to Mr Hyde.

    Mr Rhodes said the report showed Mr Hyde had breached force credit card guidelines on 50% of his card uses.

    He said he had not provided proper receipts, had “on occasion” bought personal items which he then reimbursed and had used the card within the force area, which is not permitted.

    Mr Hyde said he had “always promptly reimbursed every penny” if he used the card for non-policing purposes.

    He was also accused of not recording some gifts and hospitality and to have taken “numerous” overseas trips, although he said all were “authorised and for a proper policing purpose”.

    ‘No jurisdiction’
    In a statement, PCC Mr Rhodes said Mr Hyde had showed “poor judgement” by using air miles accrued on police business to pay for a personal trip.

    He also said some of Mr Hyde’s comments on Twitter could be “considered unprofessional or offensive”.

    Mr Hyde was Cumbria Constabulary’s Deputy Chief Constable when he was made temporary Chief Constable in January 2012.

    That appointment ends on 30 August, at which point he reverts to his original post.

    From that point the PCC has no jurisdiction over him as he would report to the Chief Constable.

    Mr Hyde said he disagreed with the PCC’s decision to begin the process of seeking his early retirement or resignation when “responsibility will have to pass to another to manage the outcome”.

    Merseyside Police Deputy Chief Constable Bernard Lawson is acting Chief Constable in Mr Hyde’s absence.

  256. 358 spencer August 28, 2013 at 4:02 pm

    Anarchists say they started fire at Portishead police gun centre
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    Scene of the fire on Wednesday
    The fire brigade said on Wednesday it was still dealing with the aftermath of the fire
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    Fire erupts at police gun centre
    Plans for police firearms centre
    An anarchist group has claimed it started a fire which ripped through a police firearms training centre being built in Somerset.

    A passing officer spotted the blaze at the Black Rock centre in Portishead in the early hours of Tuesday.

    In a post on the Bristol Indymedia website, the group, called “Angry Foxes Cell”, says it “used accelerant to burn the major electrical cables”.

    Police said it is too early to decide “cause or responsibility”.

    A spokesman said the group’s claims were “one of the lines of enquiry” and a forensic team will be investigating the incident.

    He said he wanted to stress that as the facility was still under construction it did not contain ammunition or anything that posed any danger to the public.

    Avon and Somerset PCC Sue Mountstevens described the fire as “devastating”.

    She apologised to the local community for any inconvenience caused by the fire and while the site is being made safe.

    ‘Rebellion against slaughter’
    The group said in the post that its members targeted the construction site on Monday night, leaving it with “flames licking high”.

    Angry Foxes Cell said it “puts smiles on our faces to realise how easy it was” to target the building.

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    The struggle will continue until all are wild and free”

    ‘Angry Foxes Cell’
    The statement claimed the group also slashed tyres and poured paint stripper on two vehicles in Bristol – one belonging to the security company G4S and the other to GEOAmey, a firm that transports prisoners.

    The post concludes by saying the “night of action coincides with the announced start of the planned cull of wild badgers in the south-west of England”.

    “Through attempting to facilitate the cull and stop resistance the police shore up the interests of agricultural industry and the land-owning classes.

    “We hope this will be one of many rebellions against this slaughter.”

    The final sentence says: “The struggle will continue until all are wild and free.”

    ‘Hot spots’
    Avon and Somerset Police said no-one had been arrested in connection with the badger cull in west Somerset.

    A G4S spokesman confirmed one of its vehicles had been damaged, while GEOAmey said none of its fleet in Bristol had been vandalised.

    The fire seen between Locking and Sandford
    The smoke from the fire could be seen as far as 12 miles (20km) away
    A fire service spokeswoman said the cause of the blaze was not yet known.

    “Firefighters are likely to be there for some time checking for any hot spots to make sure the blaze doesn’t reignite,” she said.

    “Once the building is secure an investigation into the circumstances of the fire will take place.”

    Valley Road remains closed and drivers are being advised to take alternative routes. Firefighters are expected to be on site for several days.

    The centre, which is being built at Black Rock Quarry, is to be used by the Avon and Somerset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire forces.

    The facility, which will contain two indoor firing ranges and classrooms, is due to open in January.

    It is part of a Private Finance Initiative (PFI) deal, worth more than £100m, which will also see police stations and other operational facilities built in Patchway, Keynsham and Bridgwater.

    Bristol Indymedia is a volunteer-run open-access news website which is part of the global Indymedia movement which covers “grassroots, non-commercial news”.

  257. 359 spencer August 29, 2013 at 1:28 pm

    LIFE MEANS NOTHING TO THEM EXCEPT THEIR OWN AND THE RICH AND POWERFUL!!! Man, 54, dies after arrest at house in Wortley
    The police watchdog is investigating after a man died as officers made an arrest at a house in Leeds.

    The man, 54, collapsed at his home at Grasmere Court, Wortley, at 19:00 BST on Wednesday as a 34-year-old man from the same address was arrested.

    The 54-year-old was taken to hospital but later died.

    West Yorkshire Police said it was “cooperating fully” with the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation.

    The arrested man suffered a “medical episode” but is now in custody, police said. The force said his arrest, on suspicion of criminal damage, was “pre-planned”.

    Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to contact the IPCC

  258. 360 spencer August 31, 2013 at 9:17 am

    WHY DO THE POLICE PAY PEOPLE LOTS OF COMPO BUT THEY HAVE DONE NOTHING WRONG?????

    Greater Manchester Police settles anti-EDL protester claims
    A shot of the EDL and UAF rally in Bolton – not a still from the video being investigated
    There were many clashes between police and protesters throughout the Bolton rally
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    Probe over Pc’s ‘protester punch’
    Dozens arrested at Bolton protest
    Clashes at anti-fascist demo Watch
    Greater Manchester Police has paid out “five-figure sums” to demonstrators who claimed they were ill-treated by officers at a rally.

    Dozens of arrests were made at the anti-English Defence League rally in Bolton in 2010.

    The Justice4Bolton group claimed members were wrongfully arrested and officers were heavy-handed.

    The force said it has settled a small number of civil claims out of court without admitting liability.

    Justice4Bolton said three of its members received five-figure payouts from GMP.

    ‘Extreme violence’
    Solicitor Michael Oswald, acting on their behalf, said: “It is a reflection of the bravery and tenacity of our clients that, more than three years after the attempts made to criminalise their peaceful opposition to the racist EDL, they have by way of these settlements finally been able to achieve the accountability and vindication they have sought.”

    The three campaigners had launched civil claims for false imprisonment, assault, homophobic abuse and malicious prosecution.

    One claimed he was seriously wounded by a police dog used as a weapon by an officer.

    Police said several people were convicted of a variety of offences following the rally.

    A GMP spokesman described the event as “an extremely difficult and challenging situation against large groups engaged in committing disorder and acting, at times, with extreme violence towards the police”.

    The case against protester Alan Clough, 63, accused of using threatening behaviour, was dropped after a video appearing to show him being punched by a police officer emerged.

    Two officers were charged with perverting the course of justice, with one later acquitted and the case against the other thrown out.

  259. 361 spencer September 7, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    SAME AGAIN!
    Mikey Powell: Police apologise for ‘pain and suffering’ of family
    Michael Powell
    Michael Powell died in 2003 shortly after being arrested by police.
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    Man ‘died in police custody’
    March for custody death man
    Call for custody death suspensions
    Police have said sorry to the family of a man who died in their custody on the 10th anniversary of his death.

    Michael ‘Mikey’ Powell, 38, died of asphyxiation shortly after being arrested by police in 2003.

    Assistant Chief Constable Garry Forsyth apologised to Mr Powell’s mother, Claris, for the “pain and suffering” caused to the family.

    A vigil in his memory is due to be held outside West Midlands Police headquarters in Birmingham.

    In a letter, Mr Forsyth writes: “I am very sorry for the pain and suffering this has caused for you and your family. I hope that the vigil may bring some comfort to you and your family.”

    Jane Deighton, solicitor for the Powell family, said: “The Powell family have fought a long and painful campaign. It is a remarkable campaign which is set to continue.”

    Mr Powell’s cousin, Birmingham poet Benjamin Zephaniah, said: “We have been asking questions for 10 years, protesting for 10 years, writing letters, and poems, and statements for 10 years, but most of all we have been collectively grieving for 10 years.

    “We can’t reject an apology. The best we can do is simply raise our eyebrows and say, it’s better than nothing.”

  260. 362 lwtc247 September 16, 2013 at 6:10 am

    Their disgraceful behaviour and crimes are excused by the govt as the police are the front line of protecting the rotten realm. Sadly all we can do is expect more police abuse.
    Hopefully the worm will turn one day.

  261. 363 spencer September 16, 2013 at 6:50 am

    Cregan should have done more! Some one has to beat Harry Roberts score!!

  262. 364 spencer September 19, 2013 at 1:05 pm

    Ah! leave today, instead of sacked and jailed. Then turn up in another police force or a swap!

    ‘Gross misconduct’ notices served on police officers
    Capgrave Crescent in Brislington
    Bijan Ebrahimi was found on fire by paramedics
    Six police officers have been served with notices of gross misconduct following an investigation into the death of a Bristol man.

    Bijan Ebrahimi, who had previously called the police, was set on fire near a property in Brislington in July.

    Three PCs have been suspended while the police watchdog, the IPCC, investigates how this contact was dealt with.

    Two other men have been charged with murder and are due to appear at Bristol Crown Court on 2 October.

    Stephen Norley, 24, and Lee James, 24, who are not members of police staff, appeared before Bristol Crown Court on 8 August charged with his murder.

    ‘Previous police conduct’
    The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) investigation relates to the police contact between his call to police on 11 July to after his death on 14 July.

    “This will also include any previous police contact with him and how those incidents were dealt with, including interactions with other agencies,” an IPCC spokesman said.

    In a statement Avon and Somerset Police said as well as the three police officers that have been suspended, three other officers and a number of members of police staff are also currently being investigated but remain on normal duties.

  263. 365 spencer September 20, 2013 at 9:18 am

    BEEP BEEP HAHAHA
    Police officer critically injured in hit-and-run in Sutton
    Map showing Sutton
    A Metropolitan Police traffic officer has been critically injured in a hit-and-run incident in south London.

    The PC, who was on foot, tried to stop a car in Sutton in the early hours of Friday but the vehicle struck him.

    An ambulance was called by his colleague and the constable was taken to hospital where he remains in a critical condition.

    The incident, which involved a black Volkswagen Golf, happened on Reigate Avenue with the junction of Rose Hill.

    There have been no arrests and police are appealing for anyone with any information to come forward

  264. 366 marisa September 21, 2013 at 10:57 pm

    Kill a plod while he stuffs his fat triple chinned face with doughnuts and listens to Justin Beiber with your money on his iPod while covering up his latest murder and running the latest smear campaign against minorities, make the world a better place.

  265. 367 spencer September 26, 2013 at 3:58 pm

    A pc Kevin Hughes did the same where I live in Whitchurch Shropshire, vile creep!
    Child sex abuse case PC found dead at home in Norfolk
    Gareth Gricks
    Gareth Gricks was found dead at his home in Dunton, near Fakenham
    A police constable who was arrested on suspicion of child sex crimes after returning from a trip to Thailand was found dead at his home, it has emerged.

    Norfolk Police said Gareth Gricks, 53, was found hanging at his home in Dunton, near Fakenham, on 6 August.

    The force said he was suspected of abuse involving victims from south-east Asia, using online forums to make contact with young girls.

    Mr Gricks would have faced nine sex offence charges, police said.

    They included three counts of arranging or facilitating the commission of a child sex offence, five offences of sexual assault against a woman and one count of making indecent images of children.

    Dismissed from force
    A coroner’s inquest opening heard Mr Gricks was found in his garage by a family member.

    Mr Gricks is understood to have told his family some details about the investigation a few days earlier.

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    As a result of his death, there can be no criminal prosecution and the investigation, effectively, ceases”

    Nick Dean
    Temporary Assistant Chief Constable
    The policeman, who was divorced with adult children, was arrested at his home after returning from a holiday in Thailand in July.

    He was later dismissed from the force for gross misconduct.

    The charges related to multiple possible victims thought to be aged over 10 and under 16. The alleged offences against the woman were committed in the UK.

    About 100 indecent images were found on Mr Gricks’s computer.

    None of the offences was committed while he was on duty, police said.

    Temporary Assistant Chief Constable Nick Dean said: “Norfolk Constabulary took immediate action on being notified of the officer’s suspected criminal activity.

    “As a result of his death, there can be no criminal prosecution and the investigation, effectively, ceases.

    “However, in recognition of his role and the serious nature of the offences he was due to face, it is right and proper that this information is placed in the public domain, not only to demonstrate police action but also to give victims of sexual abuse a voice when this cannot be achieved through the judicial process.”

    Mr Gricks had been a constable for over 19 years and was based mainly at King’s Lynn.

    Most recently he was was an investigator at Kings Lynn’s Police Investigation Centre.

  266. 368 lwtc247 September 28, 2013 at 6:08 pm

    Lancashire County Council’s £500K payment to officer probed
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lancashire-24297463

  267. 369 J.Peiper October 17, 2013 at 10:45 am

    The police in the uk my home Country well and truly make me sick to the core how desperate for a 30k a year job must you really be. utter scum!

  268. 370 spencer October 17, 2013 at 11:32 am

    Power crazy corrupt vermin! if they can make a Tory politician look honest that says it all about the organisation!! fucking degenerate low life vermin!

  269. 371 lwtc247 October 19, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    I’d like to think there’s a lot out there who have contempt for the police force. By their actions they deserve little else.

  270. 372 lwtc247 October 21, 2013 at 5:08 pm

    I came across this: http://crimebodge.com/
    A Police watch website…

  271. 373 lwtc247 October 21, 2013 at 5:20 pm

    P.S. Make sure you read the ‘About’.
    INCREDIBLE!

  272. 374 spencer October 26, 2013 at 11:02 am

    Shropshire police again!
    West Mercia Police officer charged with rape
    A West Mercia Police officer has been charged with two counts of rape.

    PC Vinod Kumar Dahiya, 44, of Telford, was charged with the rape of a woman in May and June and assaulting her by beating on 15 May.

    The officer, who is suspended, has been given police bail with conditions to appear before Telford magistrates on 13 November.

    The alleged offences did not take place while the Shropshire-based officer was on duty, the force said.

    He was charged with the rape of the woman between 14 and 17 May and between 1 and 6 June.

  273. 375 spencer November 9, 2013 at 4:05 pm

    Fuck all will happen!!

    Criminal inquiry into Bedfordshire Police custody death
    Family hold vigil outside police station
    The family of Leon Briggs held a vigil outside a police station in Luton
    A criminal investigation has started into the death of a man in police custody who had been detained under the Mental Health Act.

    Leon Briggs, 38, from Luton, died after being held following concerns about his behaviour in the town on Monday.

    The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) said it believed “that potential criminal offences may have been committed”.

    The offences could include negligence or manslaughter, it said.

    ‘Potential disciplinary offences’
    IPCC Commissioner Mary Cunneen said: “Following a review of the evidence gathered so far, I have determined that this will be a criminal investigation. We are still in the early stages of this investigation and it is important that we do not pre-judge the findings.

    “However, at this stage we believe there is an indication that potential criminal offences may have been committed including gross negligence and/or unlawful act manslaughter, misconduct in public office, and/or offences under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

    “We will also be considering whether any potential disciplinary offences have been committed.”

    Members of the public raised the alarm when they became worried about Mr Briggs’s behaviour in Marsh Road, Luton, and he was taken into custody.

    Witnesses identified
    Ms Cuneen said: “IPCC investigators have obtained and reviewed CCTV from the custody suite at Luton police station and at the junction of Marsh Road and Willow Way.

    “A number of independent witnesses have been identified, accounts have been taken and IPCC investigators will continue to interview witnesses over the coming days. Local businesses have also provided CCTV footage to assist our investigation.

    “But we still believe there are a number of other people who may have seen Leon on Monday and we are keen to speak to them, particularly if you were in the Marsh Road area or outside Luton police station.”

    Anyone with information is asked to contact the IPCC investigation team.

    Mr Briggs’ family issued a statement saying: “Leon was a loving father, son and brother. He was a kind, loyal, intelligent, caring person who put his family and others first.

    “It is important to us to see the seriousness with which the IPCC are approaching the investigation into Leon’s death.”

  274. 376 spencer November 11, 2013 at 9:30 pm

    Murdering Vermin!!!! At least Cregan admitted his crime!

    Luton custody death: Police officers and staff suspended
    Leon Briggs
    Leon Briggs was described as “bubbly… with an infectious smile”
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    Custody death man heard ‘screaming’
    Criminal inquiry into custody death
    IPCC investigates death in custody
    Five police officers and two staff have been suspended from duty after a man died in police custody.

    The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) launched a criminal probe after Leon Briggs, 38, died while being detained in Luton under the Mental Health Act last week.

    Bedfordshire Police said the move “in no way jumps to any conclusion about the outcome of the investigation”.

    But it added the suspensions would ensure “neutrality and transparency”.

    Mr Briggs was detained in the Marsh Road area of the town following concerns from members of the public about his behaviour.

    He later became ill at Luton police station and was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead, police said.

    The IPCC said it believed “that potential criminal offences may have been committed”.

    Bedfordshire Police said the suspensions would remain under “constant review”.

    A spokesman said: “We continue to co-operate with the investigation to help provide Mr Briggs’ family, the coroner and the IPCC with accurate information about how and why Mr Briggs died.”

    A witness said Mr Briggs was screaming during his arrest and complained to officers his handcuffs were too tight.

  275. 377 Ploppy poo monkey December 20, 2013 at 10:56 am

    We are all criminals

  276. 378 spencer December 20, 2013 at 12:10 pm

    Mmmmm………depends on who and what you are though!

  277. 379 lwtc247 December 29, 2013 at 11:30 am

    Met officers disciplined for sending illicit emails including hardcore porn
    Figures show 187 police officers and civilian staff have faced action for sharing obscene material in the past five years
    Source: http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2013/dec/26/met-officers-disciplined-illicit-emails-porn

  278. 380 lwtc247 January 8, 2014 at 5:37 pm

    “Mark Duggan killing lawful, says jury” – BS!
    Everyone knows it’s BS.
    8th Jan 2014, BBC Quote: Mr Duggan’s family said he was “executed”
    Hopefully this “inquest” jury finding will not prevent criminal action against Mark’s executioners. Rioting against the establishment is I believe justified.

  279. 381 lwtc247 February 3, 2014 at 11:41 pm

    The multi-dimensional scum nature of the police force shows itself once again via the relentless 25 year history of police criminality regarding the Hillsborough tragedy

    The organisation of thugs and crims known as the ‘constabulary’ deflect from their own criminality by casting accusing and suspicions eyes upon members of the public who are the victims of crime.

    Hillsborough amply shows this. And it does so again in recent (Jan & Feb 2014) reports that the police intimidated the families http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-25947994 and spied on them http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-25685107

    Yet the establishment STILL protects them.

    It has to, as without the police which act as the front line defence for the establishment elite against the people, then the elite and the establishment would be sacked.

    It seems like there’s some circular reinforcement psychology at work here whereby the police’s oppression of the public ‘proves’ the police that they are doing the right thing because the public need ‘keeping in order and need to have violence and subterfuge carried out against them.

    • 382 spencer February 3, 2014 at 11:45 pm

      the police forces main function is to protect those corrupt vermin called the British establishment! and in return they evade justice!

  280. 383 lwtc247 February 4, 2014 at 2:13 pm

    Monbiot (who I strongly disagree with over anthropogenic global warming and the joys of nuclear energy) has an interesting story.
    Title: Did an undercover cop help organise a major riot?
    The wrongly convicted activist John Jordan claims the Met helped plan serious civil disorder.
    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/feb/03/undercover-officer-major-riot-john-jordan

  281. 387 MTG June 26, 2014 at 3:51 am

    A Masonic and criminally corrupt West Yorks police culture has infiltrated our local authority (Kirklees) and the magistrates courts so extensively, that citizens are now completely subjugated to a vicious tyranny.

    Are our lives worth living as sheep or does human pride and self respect demand that we free ourselves – at any price?

    • 388 spencer burrows June 26, 2014 at 7:15 am

      Free Harry Roberts! As to MTG nothing has changed there, but they leave muslims alone because of one reason, which is…….?

      The 96 football fans will never ever get justice in this land or this dimension! They will have it albeit not in this dimension!

      Corrupt is the word of the West now! Evil Corrupt Greedy Vermin who only believe in Judas Iscariots doing!

  282. 389 lwtc247 August 3, 2014 at 11:08 am

    Who’d have thought:…

    Police files reveal ‘endemic corruption’ at the Met

    Documents show how organised crime networks were able to infiltrate the force ‘at will’ – by Tom Harper.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/police-files-reveal-endemic-corruption-at-the-met-9644667.html

  283. 390 Ross August 30, 2014 at 5:26 pm

    most police are just dirty lieing scum who go round arresting people for minor offences when the could be arresting rapists murderers and paedoes
    its just a joke

  284. 391 spencer burrows October 4, 2014 at 12:11 am

    The British police are just corrupt lying bullies! COWARDS! What sort of evil organisation allow over 1400 kids get gang raped and tortured by devil worshippers!
    They certainly do not like shaming the devil !
    They are ‘THE UNCLEAN!’

    • 392 Bill Coop October 4, 2014 at 11:36 am

      Yes, and I’ll bet half of them are married to social workers; another “profession” that needs to understand its place in society. The social sciences are the bottom of the pile, and most of the worlds best scientists don’t even regard it as a science. Like the police it’s a pension in search of a job.

  285. 394 Anonymous December 24, 2014 at 7:09 pm

    British Police are lower than vermin! Corrupt as fuck and just a bunch of degenerates!
    THE UNCLEAN

  286. 395 spencer burrows December 24, 2014 at 7:12 pm

    Stooges of the rich and those in it for themselves power crazy politicians!

  287. 396 Dean Kirkham August 2, 2016 at 1:43 am

    Point is most police officers are there purley for the pay cheque and the powers given to them is a joke considering the ignorance ive personally seen …theres gotta be common sense with this responsibility but im not go’na hold my breath….

  288. 397 David marsh June 15, 2017 at 11:33 pm

    Alright corrupt dirty bastard all cops rape and murder men women and children


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Viva Palestina – break the siege:

Viva Palestina - break the siege

This blog supports victims of western aggression

This blog supports victims of western aggression

BooK: The Hand of Iblis. Dr Omar Zaid M.D.

Book: The Hand of Iblis
An Anatomy of Evil
The Hidden Hand of the New World Order
Summary Observations and History

Data on Fukushima Plant – (NHK news)

Fukushima Radiation Data

J7 truth campaign:

July 7th Truth Campaign - RELEASE THE EVIDENCE!

Recommended book: 3rd edition of Terror on the Tube – Behind the Veil of 7-7, An Investigation by Nick Kollerstrom:

J7 (truth) Inquest blog

July 7th Truth Campaign - INQUEST BLOG
Top rate analysis of the Inquest/Hoax

Arrest Blair (the filthy killer)

This human filth needs to be put on trial and hung!

JUST:

JUST - International Movement for a Just World

ICH:

Information Clearing House - Actual News and global analysis

John Pilger:

John Pilger, Journalist and author

Media Lens

My perception of Media Lens: Watching the corrupt corporate media, documenting and analysing how it bends our minds. Their book, 'Newspeak' is a gem.

Abandon the paper $cam:

Honest and inflation proof currency @ The Gold Dinar
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