Police aggression towards football fans

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by Ric, 8 Feb 2020.

  1. exiled-blue

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    Like the one in Streatham who got shot.
     
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  2. exiled-blue

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    No worries. Unfortunately every walk of life has it's idiots and the Police are no exception.
     
  3. Centurions

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    Which is the main problem I have with people calling for him to be lynched, the lack of evidence.
     

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  4. blueinsa

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    In a thread thats about to get pulled.
    Dont think this thread should become a focus on @exiled-blue who has been open to say he is a police officer and just as open and quick to condemn the officer and his actions.

    He doesnt answer for every police officer in the country anymore than we do as fans for the idiots that attend football matches.

    Hopefully the police sack this officer and for me he should also face charges.
     
  5. mike1923

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    That might have had something to do with the fake bomb vest he was wearing ...
     
  6. hello

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    You would fucking hope that recruitment selection 7 retention processes are in place to eliminate the possibly of giving a physco a fucking weapon to walk round UK streets beating the shit out of whoever he pleases with the protection of a uniform though. Although in reality the cops will cover up like they also do. Its why you''re in a profession with as little respect as politicians these days sadly.
     
  7. Breadsnapper

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    That's not the case in general if you think that someone is in imminent danger of being stabbed and life is at risk then you can use reasonable force which can be a lethal blow to the head or being shot.
     
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    A smack to the (knife) hand is far more likely to prevent somebody stabbing somebody else than a blow to the head. You can't guarantee a blow to the head will incapacitate somebody and you can't guarantee it won't kill them. You can guarantee you'll incapacitate their hand with a good sharp blow to it and it's also non-lethal.
     
  9. I've been nicked all over the UK so have plenty of experience outside Manchester. Although Manchester has it's moments. Battered in Bootle St and Longsight nick for a start. The football stuff a whole different story.

    Put on remand in Torquay police station for a week aged just 18 for nicking a fucking glass from a hotel (charged with burglary the ****s)
    Escorted to the train station by Dibble and told never to go back. Fitted up on loads of stuff I hadn't done.

    Battered at loads of away grounds or left to fend for yourself with cops laughing at you for going there.
    Barnsley cops laughing after they’d waded into fans under the new stand. Kids etc injured.

    When you need police help what do you get? fuck all.
     
  10. Breadsnapper

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    You simply do what you can, neither are right or wrong.
    As exiled blue blue it is very hard to justify a baton strike to the head.
     

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