Police Are A Bunch Of Lying Scum Bags – SHOCK!!

After having claimed, after a rushed post mortem, that Ian Tomlinson, who died at the 20 protests in London, died due to natural causes we now see that he was clearly assaulted by the met.

Who would have thought that the police would ever seek to cover up their crimes?

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4 responses to “Police Are A Bunch Of Lying Scum Bags – SHOCK!!

  1. DEATH AT THE HANDS OF THE STATE.

    December 2008 in Athens a youth is shot dead by Greek police, this brutal act was the catalyst for the release of a wave of pent up anger and frustration of the Greek people, a wave that washed over Greece and many European cities for well over a month. April 2009 an innocent man walking home from his work in London is brutally assaulted and dies, again it is the hand of the police that is blood stained. Anybody who has been to demonstrations on a regular basis knows that the police are not there to keep the peace nor to enforce the law, their action is always provocative and intimidating. They are agents of the system and are there to stifle protest. The history of protest is written in the blood of ordinary people, blood shed by the various agents of the system. Each death causes shock among the ordinary people but our history is littered with such events. Who remembers Blair Peach? April 1979, he was clubbed on the head at a demonstration in London and died the next day, no charges were ever brought against the police officer responsible. Death by misadventure was the verdict.

  2. Shades of Casablanca. “I’m shocked. Shocked! to discover that a TSG officer may have used unprovoked violence.

  3. “I’m shocked. Shocked! to discover that a TSG officer may have used unprovoked violence.
    I take it that this is an attempt at irony?? Why the mocking tone? Perhaps you are unaware of the fact that large swaths of the British public don’t see the police as you and other “activists” see them, have you heard of neighbourhood watch, that works with the police, how many view “crime watch and phone in information to help the police? Yes large numbers of the public think more police on the street is an answer and are shocked at police brutality and don’t see it as the norm, that’s a perception we have to change and that was the point of my comment. Please realise that your view is a minority view and that is why we have a fight on our hands.

  4. I have no longer trust the police
    I hate the site of them as I was jailed for singing at
    A football game. Am now banned
    From the team a support.just like tae say a dislike the police
    N can’t trust them. They pick on the
    Good ppl. They are scared of the bad ones

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