Met Constable arrested for terrorism offences


I had heard stories about vetting either being rushed or not conducted at all and can easily see this being the tip of the iceberg.
Along with the two idiots nicked in relation to the Wembley murders and the crap handling of BLM protests and UMEs it’s not going well for Dick.
 

I had heard stories about vetting either being rushed or not conducted at all and can easily see this being the tip of the iceberg.
Along with the two idiots nicked in relation to the Wembley murders and the crap handling of BLM protests and UMEs it’s not going well for Dick.
Wouldn't he be ideal for the TSG?
 

I had heard stories about vetting either being rushed or not conducted at all and can easily see this being the tip of the iceberg.
Along with the two idiots nicked in relation to the Wembley murders and the crap handling of BLM protests and UMEs it’s not going well for Dick.
Convenient timing to prove to the world that the Met is addressing institutional racism. I wonder how long they had that filed away for when they needed it?
 
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National Action ? hmm ... Never heard of them.
( Google it and eventually Wiki has something on it )

Apparently it has only 60-100 members - despite being editable by anyone who wants to add a zero - (so the Common Purpose / BLM / Socialists have missed a trick here ) and one ( 1 ) Yes - one of this tiny group of inadequate mongs has slipped through Police vetting.

While I regretfully have a fairly low opinion of the state of our current Police Service -( get down on one knee you bitches ) - I find this hard to blame on C Dick.

I guess Police recruiting has been 'out-sourced' to some incompetent, but very expensive, organisation with a lot of ex - CCs on the Board.
 

AlienFTM

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Wouldn't he be ideal for the TSG?
I remember my brother telling me the Northumbria Special Patrol Group were being disbanded (in the early 80s?) because in his words they were giving the SS a good name.
 
I remember my brother telling me the Northumbria Special Patrol Group were being disbanded (in the early 80s?) because in his words they were giving the SS a good name.
Were there many members of racial minorities for them to pick on up there in the early 80's ?
I would have thought they were mostly employed on football and picket line duties in those days
 

Dr Death

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A2_Matelot

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I remember my brother telling me the Northumbria Special Patrol Group were being disbanded (in the early 80s?) because in his words they were giving the SS a good name.
I can believe that, the National Front was almost as popular as NUFC, skinheads were in vogue and people were quite overt in their beliefs (whether right or wrong). Back of the miners strikes, Thatcherism etc. interesting times as I grew up.
 

AlienFTM

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I remember my brother telling me the Northumbria Special Patrol Group were being disbanded (in the early 80s?) because in his words they were giving the SS a good name.
Sorry to quote myself. I got his quote slightly wrong. He actually compared Northumbria SPG with the Waffen-SS.
 

Whining Civvy

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Sorry to quote myself. I got his quote slightly wrong. He actually compared Northumbria SPG with the Waffen-SS.
Good edit, it is important to distinguish between the Waffen-SS and the nice SS.
 

Cold_Collation

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Okay, back to a point I've made before:

If he was a member of a Hard Left organisation would he be being hoofed? Or very heavily committed to a religion (any religion)?

As long as he does his job without prejudice and can be seen to be doing so, why should what he does in his personal time be an issue?

(Slightly provocative stance, and I'm not condoning Far Right ideology, but there's a principle here.)
 
Okay, back to a point I've made before:

If he was a member of a Hard Left organisation would he be being hoofed? Or very heavily committed to a religion (any religion)?

As long as he does his job without prejudice and can be seen to be doing so, why should what he does in his personal time be an issue?

(Slightly provocative stance, and I'm not condoning Far Right ideology but there's a principle here.)
Because he lied during his vetting process?
 

DarrenC

Swinger
Okay, back to a point I've made before:

If he was a member of a Hard Left organisation would he be being hoofed? Or very heavily committed to a religion (any religion)?

As long as he does his job without prejudice and can be seen to be doing so, why should what he does in his personal time be an issue?

(Slightly provocative stance, and I'm not condoning Far Right ideology, but there's a principle here.)
I believe National Action are a banned organisation and classed as a Terrorist group so......
 

Retreaded

Old-Salt
Okay, back to a point I've made before:

If he was a member of a Hard Left organisation would he be being hoofed? Or very heavily committed to a religion (any religion)?

As long as he does his job without prejudice and can be seen to be doing so, why should what he does in his personal time be an issue?

(Slightly provocative stance, and I'm not condoning Far Right ideology, but there's a principle here.)
He is a member of what has been classified as a terrorist organisation + he lied
 

Cold_Collation

LE
Book Reviewer
I believe National Action are a banned organisation and classed as a Terrorist group so......
Again, see my wider point.

We've seen a ballet dancer boycotted because she expressed right-wing views. There have been recent articles which have talked about how mentioning in theatrical circles that you're a Conservative is career-limiting. Look at the abuse the Lawrence Fox has endured for, frankly, saying what a majority of people think.

I'm not condoning right-wing extremism. I am though making a point that it all seems a little unbalanced.
 

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