The Police are the law (they might not know it though!)

#1
Not sure if this has been posted on here before, if so, sorry for dragging it up again :(

Police State

:evil:

Perhaps another two coppers helping nail down the coffin lid of freedom in this country?
Or are they feeling invincible behind a stab vest and radio.


:roll:
 
#6
More concerned with the scruffy little oik sauntering along hands in pockets...... Bahh no standards anymore...
 
#7
Mental note to self - develop photographic memory. That way I'll be able to recall every single piece of current legislation if confronted by an awkward tit with a camera. Agree that the bloke copper should not have told the fella it was against the law, however what was I meant to be seeing here? The tit with the camera was spoken to politely while they had the sense to get in touch with their sarge in order to check what the score was. Big deal. Mountain - Molehill.
 
#8
Ha ha, what a mentalist. He must have to wear his tinfoil hat 24/7 to stop the police reading his thoughts.

I liked his other work too. highly amusing. :lol:
 
#9
foggy_balla said:
Mental note to self - develop photographic memory. That way I'll be able to recall every single piece of current legislation if confronted by an awkward tit with a camera. Agree that the bloke copper should not have told the fella it was against the law, however what was I meant to be seeing here? The tit with the camera was spoken to politely while they had the sense to get in touch with their sarge in order to check what the score was. Big deal. Mountain - Molehill.
Yes it's making a Mountain out of a Molehill that the Police created themselves. They appear to have created an issue where there isn't one, they could have quite easily carried on with their job without speaking to him, he hasn't done anything wrong and they've got his back up (even more) for no reason.

I'm far from Anti-Police but they don't help themselves sometimes.
 
#10
In a just world he would have been CS sprayed and kicked within an inch of his life for being such a gobsh*te.
 
#12
foggy_balla said:
Mental note to self - develop photographic memory. That way I'll be able to recall every single piece of current legislation if confronted by an awkward tit with a camera. Agree that the bloke copper should not have told the fella it was against the law, however what was I meant to be seeing here? The tit with the camera was spoken to politely while they had the sense to get in touch with their sarge in order to check what the score was. Big deal. Mountain - Molehill.
the point is, they went onto his property and started telling him what to do, with no legal justification. That is unless we really have become a police state and no-one told me.

Ski.
 
#13
SkiCarver said:
foggy_balla said:
Mental note to self - develop photographic memory. That way I'll be able to recall every single piece of current legislation if confronted by an awkward tit with a camera. Agree that the bloke copper should not have told the fella it was against the law, however what was I meant to be seeing here? The tit with the camera was spoken to politely while they had the sense to get in touch with their sarge in order to check what the score was. Big deal. Mountain - Molehill.
the point is, they went onto his property and started telling him what to do, with no legal justification. That is unless we really have become a police state and no-one told me.

Ski.
Yes. But he was clearly trying to bait the police into doing something news worthy.

Journalists are useless scum bags. He is an example of the specimen.
 
#14
SkiCarver said:
foggy_balla said:
Mental note to self - develop photographic memory. That way I'll be able to recall every single piece of current legislation if confronted by an awkward tit with a camera. Agree that the bloke copper should not have told the fella it was against the law, however what was I meant to be seeing here? The tit with the camera was spoken to politely while they had the sense to get in touch with their sarge in order to check what the score was. Big deal. Mountain - Molehill.
the point is, they went onto his property and started telling him what to do, with no legal justification. That is unless we really have become a police state and no-one told me.

Ski.
I'd say it was obvious the tw@ was filming them trying to get a reaction, he was probably hoping that they were going to give the chav on the bike a kicking while he was there. An obvious pleb along the lines of the tin foil hat brigade. Granted bloke copper could've walked on and just thought "Tw@" but if I saw someone filming me for no reason I'd want to know what the fcuk for too.

Could it be that this is Goonkuntz, he's really a d1ckhead brummie?
 
#15
Scabster_Mooch said:
Yes. But he was clearly trying to bait the police into doing something news worthy.
Journalists are useless scum bags. He is an example of the specimen.
I agree, he was very cocky about it.
Pride comes before a fall.
Had he been more neutral he would have had a good case against them for harrassment.
Had it been myself, I would have written to their Chief Superintendent with a letter of complaint about their behaviour and enclosed a copy of the video, but he destroyed his case for an apology at least by being pretty rude to them. They were in the wrong but he didn't do anything good for police/community relations either.
As for that policewoman with her hands in her pockets, she needs a good talking to about self respect and personal discipline from her Sergeant. Very sloppy.
If she doesn't set an example by her own behaviour, how can she encourage decent standards of behaviour from the public?
 
#16
They didn't have guns. That in itself gives the cameraman the right to tell them to feck off. I would have done the same thing too.

By the way, the chick cop did look rather fuckable.

Probably swallows too.
 
#17
However, now that I think about it, I did hear kid voices in the background. Was the cameraman a potential pedo?

In this day and age...who knows?
 
#18
Hey ho. Another gleaming example of how easy it is for wasters to pass judgement on a job that would crucify them on the first day, were they man (or woman) enough to step up and do it themsleves. Fair play to the lad for coming over and taking a look, if someone was poking what might of been a camera at me through bushes while I was working, damn right I would have walked over and had a chat. Like the little toads that ask "worra you looking at?" when you are out on foot, it's the job. Looking and listening. And you just know, that given the cameramans alleged knowledge of his "rights", he''ll be the first on the phone when his sink estate turns on him, demanding police assistance. And hopefully, they'll all be tied up in the nick, responding to a pile of twat complaint forms about his ****ing video. What a waster.
 
#19
redduke748 said:
Fair play to the lad for coming over and taking a look, if someone was poking what might of been a camera at me through bushes while I was working, damn right I would have walked over and had a chat.
This I would expect, but their attitude once they were there was questionable. There are ways to go about things and this didn't seem to be the way?
 
#20
From the cameraman's chav accent and the audible presence of unruly sprogs, he is overdue a fcuking good kicking anyway. PC Ploddess could have lifted the camera, filmed the kicking and earned £250 by sending it into 'You've Been Tw@tted'.

Why was he so concerned about the fate of the toerag on the bike?, does he think that the concern/respect will be reciprocated? Incidences of police brutality against chavs are (sadly) rarer than rocking horse sh1t, and tits like the gob behind the lens are part of the reason this country becomes more anarchic with every passing day.

The firm hand (and boot and truncheon) of a determined police force are what is needed to stop the rot.
 

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