Sussex police - you are useless

#1
I hope this does not extend to all constabularies but it probably does.

From the Mail on Sunday:

1. In Brighton, 600 people were detained under Section 44 of the 2000 Terrorism Act.
2. None were arrested or charged.
3. One example was the 80 year old detained for wearing an anti Bush/Bliar T-shirt and carrying a sketch pad.

No wonder that the Underground was blown up once - nearly twice. The cops are either a complete bunch of fcukwits or intent on imposing an oppressive anti-dissent regime. I believe that it is both.

A legal challenge against S44 is to be heard by the House of Lords in 2006. This piece of sh!t must be thrown out. Any cops using the law in this manner must be deranged incompetent Nazi tw@ts and should be wearing brownshirts. No wonder the bombers in London were able to strike out of nowhere - the forces of law and order are too busy cracking down on any anti-Bliar dissent and alienating most of the country.

Ken Jones (Chief Constable of Sussex) - you are a useless c**t. Any copper involved in these detentions - f*** off and join the Nazi Party where you belong.
 
#2
This is what Bliar said to his Gestapo minions on the Sussex Constabulary website:

http://www.sussex.police.uk/news_feed/index.asp

Before leaving Brighton, Prime Minister Tony Blair took time out to thank Sussex Police officers for their 'magnificent work' in keeping the conference safe.

He said: "The feedback from delegates has been fantastic. Obviously security has been very tough. It has meant a lot of police officers and police community support officers have given their time to police Brighton this week. I also thank those who have had to stand in for them in their other duties in the rest of Sussex.

"We are absolutely delighted with them, it could not have gone better from the point of view of policing and security. That is down to dedication and the commitment of the officers concerned."
 
#3
"intent on imposing an oppressive anti-dissent regime"

In my veiw it was some time ago that the police stopped protecting the populace from real criminals and turned into a mechanism for bending the populace to the ruling party's wishes. As such i'm not in anyway suprised by those statistics.
 

ugly

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#4
Sussex police unfortunately have been infected with the I am The Law Judge Dredd attitude virus for a few years now.The real problem is having one police force investigate another, Jobs for the boys nudge nudge wink wink! The worst thing is they always tend to believe the aschloch that tries to fit you up rather than ever follow up a complaint for malicious prosecution and waste of taxpayers money!
 
#6
The original Old Bill conjured up by Bobby Peel in 1829 were, essentially, a private army of rent-a-thugs whose main task was to protect the property and privleges of the rich. That's remained their remit to this day.
I sometimes wonder why the Old Bill moan about the negative public image they've managed to carve for themselves, and episodes like this won't exactly endear the w@nkers to the population either.

MsG
 
#7
having used section 44 powers on numerous occasions in hampshire (and a little bit into surrey)it is a useful tool in the police armoury these powers are constantly under review via chief constables and are fully auditable
 
#9
trooper142 said:
having used section 44 powers on numerous occasions in hampshire (and a little bit into surrey)it is a useful tool in the police armoury these powers are constantly under review via chief constables and are fully auditable
I don't think arresting people because they are wearing a "B0ll0cks to Blair" T shirt is a "useful tool", the whole bLair goverment has become such a control freak that if it doesn't stop they might just start useing football stadiums ala South America to detain people.
 
#10
perhaps the worst thing about section 44 powers is the fact that it removes from the police any need for a "reasonable suspicion" before a search - that cant be good for society, it means that if the chief constable gives authorisation, everone in that area becomes a "suspect"

noone should be hassled by the police without good reason to do so - the days of "papieren bitte" are coming ever closer in this country, what with ID cards, internment without trial, summary punishment without recourse to an independent judiciary - it really is a slippery slope!
 

OldSnowy

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#11
Aren't these the same coppers who short the naked man dead in his own bedroom, in Lewes,and who later claimed that he was armed?
 

ugly

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#13
OldSnowy said:
Aren't these the same coppers who short the naked man dead in his own bedroom, in Lewes,and who later claimed that he was armed?
Thats the one, shot for being in possession of a naked body a scouse accent in bed in Hastings, which unfortunately is no crime at all. The one that the family said was a saint and the cops claimed was a murderer! Now if you are Home sec you then reinforce public confidence by getting those clowns to investigate the met over the chair leg shooting! Come back West Midland serious crime squad, at least everyone new you were bent!
It must be difficult to be a copper on this board sometimes but no doubt had we the internet when I served then I suppose I'd have had the odd difficult moment!

Comes to a sorry state when you cant trust cops or the law to protect you!
 
#14
I am sure lots of coppers hate some of the stuff that is being forced on them just like squaddies being forced to drive petrol tankers when they probably agree with protesters! If hunting with dogs should continue (if only for rabbits or with long eared owls) and the police find it impossible to police hunts in the countryside, I would not be suprised if the Army were called in under MACP.
 
#17
Dzerzhinskiey said:
I cant believe you guys are slagging off the police. They get a serving of the same shite that the armed forces do on a daily basis from the ungrateful public and the spiteful press. So they are heavy handed at times and have recently shot dead a man that turned out not to be a terrorist. The army have killed and filled in quite a few more people in Iraq for the 'war on terror' as various enquiries and court proceedings have shown. We're all in it together.
Fcukin bollacks we are,its becoming a precedent of plod shooting unarmed people and not being made accountable yet plod is fcukin quick of the mark to nail any soldiers in similar circumstances.
How many soldiers still in Crumlin Rd Prison for same 'offence' in N.I? so no they don't get a serving of the same shite because at the end of it they are citizens in uniform and get protected by some police association or another no matter what their actions and walk away from it.
 

ugly

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#18
Here here! If the B*stards in the black were doing their job properly in 69 we wouldnt have been needed!
 

Ventress

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#19
When you use the word 'detained'- do you mean stopped and spoken to and maybe searched?

Detained means many things and being arrested is being 'detained'. Being held whilst helping with a crime enquiry is being 'detained'.

Check out the BTP and Met figures for section 44 stops, they are double the SussexPol figures, and if you want Al Qaeda running the Underground free as birds, give your PC lefty tree hugging MP an email and sort it out for them. The terrorist know know if they come to any railway or underground and the BTP want to stop and search them, they will. I do, and I am no brown shirted Nazi, I am there to provide security and reassurance for members of the public.

Its a tool for combating terrorism, do you remember that? Its when the news is full of horriffic scenes form 7/7 and 9/11.

Mr PVR'd, yet again you talk the usual bollox!

Get you facts right.
 

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