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CHICAGO COP CHIEF CONVICTED OF LYING ABOUT TORTURE VIDEO

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SUDANESE COPS BRUTALLY FLOG SCREAMING GIRL IN CROWDED STREET VIDEO

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IAN TOMLINSON'S COP MURDERER SIMON HARWOOD FINALLY GETS INVESTIGATED VIDEO

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  • Ian Tomlinson G20 officer accused by Met of 'dangerous actions'

  • A GROSS MISCONDUCT HEARING AND NOT A 'MURDER' CHARGE. THESE ARE THE EVIL BASTARDS THAT ARE DESTROYING MEN'S LIVES USING DODGY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ALLEGATIONS AND LAWS WHILE THEY MURDER WITH COMPLETE IMPUNITY. IF THIS HAD BEEN A HUSBAND WHO HAD STRUCK HIS WIFE AND SHE HAD FALLEN TO THE FLOOR AND DIED THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN AN INSTANT MURDER CHARGE AND RIGHTLY SO, HOWEVER HERE ARE COPS ACTING FOR BRITAIN'S UTTERLY CORRUPT CROWN WHO CAN BRUTALIZE WITH IMPUNITY.
    STUDENTS PROTESTS, THE MURDERING MET COPS AND POLICE STATE VIDEO

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    HOW MASONIC CHIEF CONSTABLES AND ACPO ENSURE THEY'RE PAID MORE THAN PM
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    ARRESTED REPORTER TALKS ABOUT POLICE BRUTALITY AT FORT BENNING VIDEO

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    BRITAIN'S MASONIC COPS USE CRIMES TO MASK THEIR OWN CRIMES
    cameron's  henchmen Ask any UK citizen what experience they have of calling Britain's cops for assistance.

    We can guarantee millions would answer they are a waste of time. Why is that? Well, as victims of cops who answer to their master lodge and masonic chiefs, they are always to busy assisting bailiffs and sheriff officers in actions that are far more criminal than the petty criminals we see in court every day. The crimes they commit NEVER get published in the mass media as it is their fellow conspirators, the crooked judges and lawyers who take the actions that see millions of men removed from their children, homes and assets on malicious and devious smearing , manufactured by the many arms of the divorce industrial complex. Civil law is how the ruling scum ensure anything we do earn will be redistributed into their own network of crooked goons.

    Presently we see Cameron and his masonic henchmen like Osborne , Duncan-Smith and Grayling who absolutely vilify the poor , disabled and sick as the main cause of all our woes. They are presently manufacturing all sorts of new rules and regulations that will ensure the poorest in our society are spied on at every opportunity that these expenses dodgers can come up with.

    They don't mention anything about the HIGH LEVEL criminals , many who fund their dodgy political party, who are billionaire tax dodgers that NEVER get investigated by those same cops only to anxious to find the slightest flaw in the massive government forms that require extensive filling in of every area of private life by the poorest , many who may be partly illiterate or mentally ill and struggle with even the most basic tasks, all of it to get the most basic government assistance.

    The masons absolutely dominate the courts and manufacture the legislation and laws that assist their fraudulent ways while hounding those least able to defend themselves from the criminal elite who are turning a blind eye to massive fraud and corruption by bankers, royals, judges, MP's , councillors, lawyers, chief constables , bailiffs and the myriad of dodgy regulators supposedly there to ensure the BIG BOYS cannot corrupt our political and legal systems.

    Many of these issues could be easily corrected but for the failures of ACPO the organisation that ensures Britain's chief constables remain loyal to a masonic agenda that protects the ruling mafia while treating the rest of us like cattle fodder for their NWO taser weapons that will keep us herded and in our lowly place. BUT ONLY IF WE LET 'EM.

  • How the Rich Beat the Taxman (VIDEO)
  • Channel 4 in explosive row with millionaire Tories over 'tax dodge' investigation
  • AMERICAN COPS OUT OF CONTROL VIDEO

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    POLICE STATE UK AND USA VIDEO
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  • THE MASONS RUNNING THE BRITISH POLICE ARE BRUTALIZING AND MURDERING THEIR VICTIMS WITH IMPUNITY. THOSE CHARGED WITH REGULATING THE POLICE AND THE ASSOCIATION OF CHIEF POLICE OFFICERS ARE HIRED THUGS OF THE MASONIC ORDER DOMINATING, ENSLAVING AND OPPRESSING THE LONG SUFFERING BRITISH PUBLIC FOR THEIR MASONIC MASTERS LIKE THE DUKE OF KENT WHO ACTS ON THE ORDERS OF QUEEN LIZZIE ARE HER MASONIC HENCHMEN.

  • MORE ON UK MASONIC COPS HERE
  • The Fraternal Order of USA Police (How 325,000 masonic cops get away with MURDER)
  • MORE COP BRUTALITY IN POLICE CELLS VIDEO
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  • Stephanie Rutter, 25, can be seen being pinned down by four officers after she was stripped naked in a police cell. The hairdresser had been arrested after a row with her boyfriend. When she arrived at the police station there was a bust-up and her clothes were cut off. Ms Rutter was charged with three counts of assaulting Police.

    But the charges were dropped after her lawyer produced the CCTV at Runcorn Magistrates' Court, Cheshire The matter is being referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission for assessment
    THE DUTROUX FRANKLIN COVERUPS VIDEO
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  • STABBED VICTIM REPEATEDLY PUNCHED BY COPS VIDEO
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  • This is the shocking moment police began beating a restrained man who had been stabbed in the head as he lay bleeding in a park. Darren Grace had staggered into Liverpool's Stanley Park in the early hours of Sunday, August 1 when three officers at first came to his aid. However footage shows that as Mr Grace seems to try to resist treatment, one officer rains down a volley of eight punches More..onto his injured head while a female officer puts her hand on his arm.

    Five minutes later, just before 8am, both she and the other officer appear to punch Mr Grace in the head and back as he lies face down on the ground. The 31-year-old was later charged with two counts of assaulting a police officer - charges which were eventually dropped when Crown Prosecution Service lawyers saw the tape and realized there wasn't enough evidence 'to provide a realistic prospect of a conviction'. After receiving basic treatment, Mr Grace was held in a cell for 11 hours.

    Today Merseyside Police accused the Anfield joiner of being violent towards the officers adding 'CCTV images can never show the whole story'. After being shown the tape by the Liverpool Echo, the force voluntarily referred the incident to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
    COPS FACE LEGAL CHALLENGE OVER BIRMINGHAM SPY CAMERAS
    chris sims LEFT: Chief Constable Chris Sims apologised last month

    West Midlands Police is facing legal action if it does not remove all cameras controversially put up in largely Muslim areas of Birmingham. More than 200 covert and overt cameras were installed in Washwood Heath and Sparkbrook, paid for with government money to tackle terrorism. The force said the covert ones had been removed after uproar from residents.

    But Liberty plans to start a judicial review if there is no commitment made to remove the rest within two weeks. It is baffling that West Midlands Police are still trying to salvage this unlawful discriminatory scheme” said Corinna Ferguson, Liberty

    The £3m scheme, called Project Champion, saw cameras being put up by the Safer Birmingham Project (SBP), made up of the city council, police and agencies in the Washwood Heath and Sparkbrook districts. They can record pictures and number plates of every car that goes in or out of the areas. Residents said there had been no consultation about their introduction and were also angry after learning where the funding had come from.

    Last month Chief Constable Chris Sims apologised after an independent report into what happened said the force showed "little evidence of thought being given to compliance with the legal or regulatory framework" before the cameras were put up. It also found the lack of transparency over their installation "significantly undermined" police trust and set back relations by almost 10 years. Mr Sims said none of cameras had ever been used and the remaining cameras had been covered with bags until after discussion with a new project board with a "strong community representation".

    But Liberty said it wanted assurances all the cameras would be removed otherwise it would pursue legal proceedings in the High Court. In a statement, it said the force must acknowledge the decision to install them was unlawful and breached residents' right under Articles 8 and 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights. Corinna Ferguson, legal officer with Liberty, said: "It is baffling that West Midlands Police are still trying to salvage this unlawful discriminatory scheme.

    "These cameras are useless for everyday policing and must be removed immediately if badly damaged relations are to be repaired." West Midlands Police said it had received a letter from Liberty stating its intention. "The project board, made up of police, Birmingham City Council, elected members and independent community representation, has not yet made any decisions in relation to the remaining cameras," a spokesman said.

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  • BLACK PEOPLE ARE 26 TIMES MORE LIKELY TO BE STOPPED BY RACIST UK COPS
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    ABOVE: Former Deputy Assistant Commissioner Brian Paddick heads a gay police march while arguing police should have the powers to stop and search ethnic minorities

    WHITE SUPREMIST COPS AND THEIR TIES TO THE KLU KLUX KLAN ENSURE THE UK HAS ONE OF THE MOST RACIST POLICE FORCES ON THE PLANET. UNLESS THE PUBLIC DEMAND A MAJOR INQUIRY INTO THE INFLUENCE OF FREEMASONRY ON HOW THE POLICE IN BRITAIN OPERATE THE CORRUPTION, OPPRESSION , MURDERS AND BIGOTRY WILL CONTINUE. EVEN BLACK COPS FACE RACISM WITHIN THE FORCE AND ON THE RARE OCCASIONS WHEN DISCIPLINE IS USED IT IS RARE FOR A WHITE COP TO FACE CHARGES WHILE COLOURED COPS OFTEN ARE SACKED FOR EVEN THE MOST MINOR OF OFFENCES.

    Black people are 26 times more likely to be stopped and searched by police than whites in England and Wales, according to an international report. Campaigners say the research, drawn from government data, reveals ‘staggeringly high’ levels of racial profiling in this country.

    They claim the findings back concerns that black and Asian Britons are being targeted by stop and search laws. Asians were 6.3 times more likely to be stopped than whites, according to analysis of Ministry of Justice figures for 2008-9 conducted by the London School of Economics and the Open Society Justice Initiative. It follows news that ‘Sus’ laws are soon to return with new regulations allowing police to stop people on the basis of their ethnicity. ‘Sus’ laws were scrapped in the 1980s after the alleged targeting of black people by police led to race riots.

    But draft Home Office police guidance, obtained by civil rights group Liberty, sets down new rules that would allow race to be a basis of stop and search without suspicion. Researchers who worked on the report said the British figures showed the widest ‘race gap’ in stop and search that they had found across the world.

    What would racist and homosexual cop Brian Paddick say if the cops stopped homosexuals in the same way he argues for ethnic groups to be stopped?

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  • Homosexual cop Brian Paddick argues cops must have power to stop and search ethnic groups
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  • PARAGUAYAN THUG COP BRUTALLY ATTACKS 13 YEAR OLD BOY VIDEO
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  • Shocking footage has emerged showing a Paraguayan police officer violently attacking a handcuffed 13-year-old boy. The policeman is seen punching and kicking the boy in the corner of a squalid police cell. First the officer punches him in the stomach and head.

    Then he puts a bucket on his head to and proceeds to kick him several times around the body. The boy, who had been picked up on a petty theft charge, appears to be in agony and shock after the assault. Paraguay's interior minister Rafael Filizzola said the incident was being investigated.
    TASER BOSS DESTROYED BY FURORE OVER MOAT KILLING
    peter boatman A company director believed to have killed himself was "destroyed" by the furore caused by criticism of his firm for supplying the Tasers used during the stand-off with gunman Raoul Moat, his business partner has said.

    Peter Boatman, who was director of operations for Pro-Tect Systems, was found dead at his Northampton home and is understood to have taken his own life. The Home Office revoked the firm's licence to import and sell Tasers on Tuesday after it breached its terms by supplying X12 Tasers, which were still being tested by Government scientists, directly to police involved in the Moat manhunt. Kevin Coles, Pro-Tect's managing director, said there was "no doubt" that his colleague's apparent suicide was linked to the week's events.

    He said: "He was a proud man and he felt ashamed at recent developments. He spent all his life involved in officer safety and what happened was a result of him being worried about the welfare of officers. He knew there was something there that would offer the officers protection and that was what his motive was. The furore over it destroyed him." The 57-year-old former police officer had a "lovely wife", children and young grandchildren: "He's not a person you imagine would ever do that." Mr Boatman was previously in charge of assessing the merits of Taser as head of operational training for the Northants force before leaving to join Pro-Tect.

    Mr Coles, who was also a family friend of his, said he "wasn't the man he was" after the criticism levelled at his firm. He added: "We're all just dreadfully sorry for (his wife) Steph and the family." A Home Office spokesman said it could not comment while the police investigation was ongoing, but added: "Any such death is a tragedy." Northamptonshire Police said later that "due to recent police contact with the deceased" the force had voluntarily referred the case to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

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  • COPS ARE GETTING CRAZY WITH POWER TRIPS VIDEO
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  • THE ANONYMOUS MASONIC MASS MURDERERS KILLING FOR A UK POLICE STATE
    ONLY HIGH LEVEL MASONS SWEARING SATANIC OATHS GET TO CARRY THE BEST ARSENALS ACROSS THE GLOBE. THESE EVIL BASTARDS ARE BEING USED TO HEAVILY OPPRESS THE LONG SUFFERING DEFENSELESS BRITISH PUBLIC AND ALSO USED BY THE CROWN TO AID AND ABET THE THEFT OF OUR HOMES, ASSETS AND CHILDREN, THEY ARE MONSTERS.

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    UK cops have shot dead 33 people since 1995 yet only two marksmen have ever been named.

    The identities of just two police officers involved in 33 fatal shootings have been made public in the last 15 years. Since 1995 a total of 55 officers have opened fire on and killed members of the public, but in only two cases have their names been revealed. The figures can be revealed as the inquest into the death of 32-year-old barrister Mark Saunders continues – and the policemen who shot him dead in May 2008 are allowed to remain anonymous while giving evidence.

    The trend was criticised last night by Tory MP and security expert Patrick Mercer who said that officers should be identified in cases where they drew weapons. And a barrister who represents bereaved families at inquests said the odds were stacked in favour of the police. Divorce lawyer Mr Saunders, who was drunk, was gunned down by marksmen in a hail of bullets after he opened fire with a shotgun on his neighbours’ homes from a window of his £2.2 million Chelsea mansion.

    Giving evidence at the inquest on Friday, one member of the firearms team said he did not shoot at Mr Saunders because he ‘could not justify it’. It is up to coroners to decide whether to grant anonymity to police officers and there is nothing explicit in the law to help them reach a decision. The coroners’ ‘bible’ – Jervis On Coroners, first published in 1829 – says ‘any departure from open justice must be a stringently regulated exception.’ It says neither a ‘wholly irrational’ fear of possible reprisal against a police officer, nor a ‘vague and unspecified threat’ is enough to justify the granting of anonymity. And when a police witness is allowed to hide his or her identity, ‘this does not lessen the court’s task but instead increases the need for vigilance,’ says Jervis. But the laxity of the system has come under growing criticism and last night barrister Stephen Simblet, who specialises in representing bereaved families at inquests, called for new rules to be drawn up.

    He said: ‘At the moment the odds are stacked in favour of the police. It is likely that not only the individual officers will be represented by lawyers at the hearing, but also their force and sometimes the local police authority. ‘There is a tendency for coroners to be outweighed by the sheer number of lawyers making the application for anonymity. All these legal representatives will have been paid for by the taxpayer. ‘It seems to me that public money is being invested in trying to cover things up rather than get to the truth. Police firearms officers are given the extremely rare privilege and responsibility of being allowed to carry a gun on the basis that they are trained, controlled and properly briefed.

    ‘If we don’t know who they are, how do we know, for example, that a particular officer may not be suffering from psychiatric problems or taking drugs? I would like to see stricter, case-specific reasons (for granting anonymity) based on actual, real and substantiated concerns rather than a feeling that they might be some form of unidentified risk to an officer’s safety.’ Mr Mercer said: ‘Every police officer wears an identification number on their uniform. The reason for that is that they are easily identifiable to members of the public. If that is the case in normal circumstances, I do not see why officers should not be identified in cases where they draw their weapons.’ The Independent Police Complaints Commission said its policy was not to name officers involved in fatal shootings unless they were charged with a criminal offence.

    And a Police Federation spokesman said: ‘Firearms officers are often involved in sensitive covert and overt operations. Revealing their identity could threaten their safety and the safety of those around them when deployed on such operations.’ Inquiries by this newspaper revealed that since 1995 there have been only two fatal shooting cases in which police marksmen have been named. One involved Andrew Kernan, a schizophrenic shot dead near his home in Liverpool, in July, 2001. At a coroner’s court, PC Michael Moore said he decided to shoot Kernan with a high-powered rifle when the 37-year-old refused to drop a 3ft-long Samurai sword.

    At the inquest – where no order was made to keep secret the firearms officers’ names – PC Moore described how he and fellow police officer Glen Mitchell had hoped to restrain Kernan with a CS spray, but failed to do so. A four-year investigation by the IPCC cleared the Merseyside firearms officers from blame and said they had acted ‘bravely’ under the circumstances. In the other case, PC Chris Sherwood was acquitted of murder and manslaughter after the death of James Ashley, 39, who was shot in front of his girlfriend while he was naked and unarmed.

    Sussex Police admitted negligence after the killing at St Leonards in West Sussex, and Paul Whitehouse, the chief constable, resigned. PC Sherwood said he had opened fire in self-defence. But in 31 other fatal shootings, the identities of police marksmen have been kept secret. They include that of Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes, who on July 22, 2005, was shot dead by unnamed Metropolitan Police officers on board a tube train at Stockwell in South London in the belief he was a suicide bomber. Mr de Menezes was shot in the head seven times.

    Following an investigation by the IPCC, the Crown Prosecution Service announced that no charges would be brought against any officers in connection with his death. Other infamous cases include that of Diarmuid O’Neill, 27, an unarmed IRA suspect, who died in a hail of bullets when police raided his home in Hammersmith, West London. No officers were named and no charges were laid against police.

    And in September 1999, decorator Harry Stanley, 46, was shot dead as he walked home carrying a table leg in a plastic bag, which police officers mistook for a gun. Two officers were arrested after a second inquest recorded a verdict of unlawful killing but the Crown Prosecution Service ruled there was insufficient evidence for the marksmen to be charged. They were never named.

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  • POLICE CHIEFS GIVEN HOME PERKS WORTH THOUSANDS
    How masons get promoted out of their station into lucrative heads of the bully boy state. The dim witted thugs are well paid to oppress the serfs and only the psychopaths who pass their dodgy satanic initiation tests progress through to the highest ranks.

    Police chiefs are receiving lucrative housing allowances on top of generous salaries and in some cases bonuses from the taxpayer, the Sunday Herald can reveal. Chief constables are still receiving an outdated property perk that was taken away from officers who signed up to the service after 1994. The total bill for the subsidies across the Scottish forces amounts to millions of pounds a year. The UK and Scottish Governments are set to slash funding for all public bodies, including Scotland’s eight police forces. Plans being drawn up by police bosses to fill the black hole include laying off thousands of civilian staff and moving towards a single force north of the Border.

    It is absolutely shocking that senior officers are not showing a lead and refusing these huge payments. David Stewart, Labour MSP and Chief Whip

    Les Gray, the chair of the Scottish Police Federation, has already warned ministers that planned cuts of up to 25% could lead to an increase in violent crime. However, the cuts are coming in spite of police forces spending millions of pounds every year on a perk that was axed for most officers 16 years ago. Before September 1994, police officers were granted an allowance that contributed to their housing costs.

    The then Conservative Government scrapped the handout for new recruits, who had to make do with their salary. But existing beneficiaries did not lose their entitlement to a rent or housing allowance, which can work out at around £3000 a year for ordinary beat police, and nearly £6000 per annum for chief constables. The allowance can therefore benefit officers who, since 1994, have been promoted to senior roles that attract six-figure salaries.

    Figures released by each force show the allowance is being given to most of the country’s chief constables. The statistics also suggest that ending the two-tier system could contribute to plugging the deficit in police budgets. Scotland’s biggest force, Strathclyde Police, is facing a multi-million pound funding gap in the next four years, yet it shelled out £8.1 million last year in housing and rent allowances to officers.

    Chief Constable Stephen House, who earns around £178,000 a year, has received £9132 through the housing perk over four years. In addition, House received £34,243 in bonuses between 2008 and 2010, while his deputy Neil Richardson took home a performance top-up last year of £11,447. Figures also show that former deputy chief constable Ricky Gray enjoyed an £11,166 bonus in 2007/2008.

    A spokesman for Strathclyde said: “The Terms and Conditions are set by the Strathclyde Police Authority. Due to the current economic climate the chief constable has already declined his bonus for financial year 2009-10.” In Lothian and Borders Police, chief constable David Strang has received praise for not having accepted a bonus while in post. However, he has been given £32,368 since 2007 in housing allowance. Strang’s salary records show that he takes in around £478 a month in the perk, plus another £319 a month to offset tax paid on the allowance, on top of his annual salary of £142,143.

    Lothian and Borders figures show that one-time deputy chief constable Tom Halpin was awarded £32,866 in performance add-ons between 2007 and 2010, while fellow chief Ian Dickinson took home £9561 in the same period. A spokesperson for the force said: “Mr Strang places himself in the same category as all other police officers whose remuneration is subject to the terms and conditions of their employment, pre-1994, which includes rent allowance. If the allowance was to be discontinued, Mr Strang would have no personal issue with this.” Dumfries and Galloway Constabulary is another force that would be rocked by having to making 25% budget cuts. Although the £127,000-a-year chief constable Patrick Shearer has not received a bonus since taking up his post in 2007, he has banked £19,367 in the allowance over the same three years.

    He also benefited from a £23,775 removal allowance after relocating to Dumfries. In addition, his deputy was paid a £12,096 bonus in the last financial year. Asked to comment, a spokesperson for Dumfries and Galloway gave exactly the same response as the press office at Lothian and Borders. Tayside Police, according to budget documents, set aside up to £1.8m for the housing and rent perk last year. Between February and August this year, new chief constable Justine Curran received a rent allowance worth £2339.

    Last year, Tayside’s former chief Kevin Mathieson took home an £18,539 bonus, while in the previous 12 months he received a £12,600 top-up as deputy to John Vine, who took a £18,481 bonus. A spokeswoman for Tayside police said: “With regard to payment of housing allowances all officers who joined before September 1994 are eligible and continue to receive this.” In Fife, chief constable Norma Graham has received £17,205 in the housing perk between 2008 and 2010.

    An official in the force said that none of Fife’s officers had received bonuses. However, other forces have been less forthcoming on how much their chief constable has received in the allowance. An official in Grampian Police confirmed that its top officer, Colin McKerracher, has received the housing perk, but refused to reveal the amount, saying: “I consider that the disclosure of this information would prejudice the rights and freedoms of the chief constable, particularly the right to respect for private life.” But McKerracher, who earns £133,000 a year, has enjoyed the most generous bonuses of any Scottish chief constable, receiving £56,914 in three years.

    His deputy, meanwhile, received £26,423 in performance bonuses between 2008 and 2010. A Grampian Police spokesman said: “Housing allowances for police officers are agreed through the Police National Board as part of their terms and conditions. These are applicable to all officers – not just the chief constable – who joined before September 1994 and who are not in provided accommodation. “The payment of any allowances or performance-related salary elements to chief constables is a private matter between them and the relevant Joint Police Board.”

    Northern Constabulary, which shelled out £835,478 last year on the allowance, has refused to provide details on whether £127,000-a-year chief constable Ian Latimer has received the subsidy. The force’s freedom of information officer stated that such data amounted to “personal information”, adding that none of the chief officers in Northern had received any bonuses. Central Scotland Police, which spent £851,117 last year on the allowance, has told this newspaper that no payments have been made through the chief officer bonus scheme in the last three years.

    Asked how much its chief constable Kevin Smith had received in housing or rent allowance, a spokesman said that he had received “no allowance as described”. As previously reported in the Sunday Herald’s sister newspaper, The Herald, the chief constables of Dumfries and Galloway, Tayside, Fife, Northern, Lothian and Borders and Central Scotland have opted to forego their bonuses this year. However, a spokesman for Grampian declined to say if its chief constable would join them in waiving his bonus this year.

    Political pressure is now also being applied to the housing perk. Labour’s Chief Whip, David Stewart MSP, said: “It is absolutely shocking that senior officers are not showing a lead and refusing these huge payments. “At a time when the public finances are stretched it is inconceivable that chief constables are still happy to take these huge allowances when they’re being paid more than the First Minister.” Liberal Democrat finance spokesperson Jeremy Purvis said: “It would be pretty inexcusable for chief constables to be warning of the consequences of budget cuts when they don’t look first at the remuneration and packages that they and the most senior officers receive.

    “We have to have a frank debate on senior pay and that is why I challenged the First Minister on this on Thursday. His response and the response of public sector leaders like chief constables gives the impression that they are not taking this seriously.” A spokesman for the Association of Chief Police Officers in Scotland said: “Rent and Housing Allowances have not been paid to new police recruits since 1994 and remains part of the pay and conditions only of officers recruited before that date.”

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  • BEWARE THE PSYCHOPATH, MY SON
  • FRONTLINE COPS SHOW OPEN HATRED FOR THE ASSOCIATION OF CHIEF POLICE OFFICERS
  • THE COPS: A PRIVATE POLITICAL ARMY
    cop demo If I was asked the question ‘do we need the police on the streets’? Then I would answer yes we do. If I was asked ‘are the police actually doing their jobs properly’? I would answer yes they are. Now this might confuse a few of you, but please bare with me. Firstly, things have got more than a little out of hand and we certainly need peace keepers on the streets, it’s just a shame we don’t have any – but that will come about soon enough. Secondly the police are doing their jobs properly, because they are doing exactly what they were constructed and designed to do - it’s just most of us do not know the history of the police, their conception, their role and purpose so are making completely un-informed opinions – so maybe it’s time to be informed.

    There is a misconception amongst many of us that I have witnessed many times, including this past weekend. Where many of us assert that the police - amongst many different elements of the world and it’s components - were in some way at sometime set up for the greater benefit of us all. And the people playing the roles within these elements have somehow become misguided in their duties. This I am afraid is far from the case. The conception of such things as governments, the police, the courts and many other elements used daily to deceptively oppress any peoples of any lands were of design. They were designed specifically in their roles and purposes.

    There is no lapse of duty when the duty was to do as they do now and was all along. So if this is the case, how can a lapse occur? It may be wishful thinking on our part if we perceive that this is not the case. We may harbor some misconception that a certain element of our own kind would not set out to do this deliberately! That they would not do this to the members of the very family they in turn belong too. But alas it is true that this is the case. It is certainly honorable for us to do so, but not all act with the same amount of honorability as we may do ourselves – even though at first it may seem that way. This serves to prove nothing more than that the use of dead words is a very powerful attribute when trying to keep true misconceptions at bay. Especially when we refuse to except that there could be a very different ‘story’ to be told that is not the recognized story being told!

    As far as I can tell there is a very definite them and us syndrome at play which involves 10% of the populace against 90%. Not created by ‘us’, created by ‘them’. Most of you reading this will be in the 90% bracket as I am. Our job is to serve the needs of the 10% without question or argument and to maintain that they can live the life styles they ‘think’ they are entitled too off of our backbones. We ‘must’ at all times keep the machine turning before anything and the machine must take priority. We must do all the jobs that are lower than them to do and we must ‘obey’. This is called ‘legal slavery’ and comes by the name of ‘democracy’. As in all forms of slavery it ends in ‘violence’ of some sorts or at least ‘torture’ if we DO NOT do as we are told when we are told.

    This is done by a ‘private political army’ called the ‘police’ who are used to enforce this violence upon us and a ‘legal system’ to torture us by incarceration, loss of property or money. This is done for what are predominately ‘victimless crimes’. This only happens to the 90% through a legal system designed specifically to do this. The other 10% have their own unique ‘legal system’ that counteracts the other if at any time they fall fool of it by mistake. The 10% are members of a ‘club’ and to be a member, you have to be in some way on the ‘pay role of the church’ of which there are two very distinct types. The private political army (police) know that the ‘club’ use a certain language to identify themselves. In such cases they MUST revert back to their role - which is to simply protect this element not persecute them. Which to be honest history shows they were designed to do in the first place. They MUST only ever persecute those of the 90%. The 10% are the ‘socially dominant’ (aristocracy being the top element) with a sliding scale down of privileges depending on your ‘status’ within the machine. The 90% are made up from the working classes and middle classes who keep the machine running at each level again depending on their ‘status’, which is determined by their ‘position’ in life.

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  • Police owe no duty of care to victims of crime
  • BRITAIN'S MASONIC COPS ADMIT THEMSELVES THEY NO LONGER PROTECT THE PUBLIC
  • Police chiefs given home perks worth thousands
  • THE COPS AND THEIR NEIGHBOURHOOD SPIES WHO EVENTUALLY LOST THEIR ANONYMITY
    spying THIS SAYS MORE ABOUT HOW COPS USE SPIES TO GATHER INFORMATION FOR THEM TO THEN BLOW THEIR COVER. IN HOW MANY OTHER NEIGHBOURHOODS ARE RELATIVES OF COPS BEING USED AS SURVEILLANCE AGAINST THOSE THE MASONIC COPS WANT TO STITCH UP RATHER THAN FOR LEGITIMATE REASONS? WHISTLEBLOWERS KNOW TO WELL THE REPERCUSSIONS OF HOW A POLICE STATE OPERATES AND THE HARASSMENT AND PERSECUTION BY COPS WITH ULTERIOR MOTIVES.IT'S NOT ONLY COPS WE HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT BUT THEIR EXTENDED FAMILIES USED LIKE A STASI STATE.

    As the mother of a serving police officer, Margaret Pearcey was only too happy to support police attempts to tackle a criminal family blighting her neighbourhood. She gave witness statements, carried out surveillance, noted down number plates of suspicious cars after being promised that her anonymity would be protected. But the 62-year-old ended up being driven from her own home and forced to live in a string of hotel rooms and safe houses after blundering police blew her cover by leaving her name on prosecution paperwork.

    The papers were handed to her ‘nuisance’ neighbours as part of legal proceedings to evict the family and close down their suspected drugs den home. Mrs Pearcey’s name was even read out in court hearing as police successfully applied for a closure order. Staffordshire Police admitted liability and awarded Mrs Pearcey £99,000 damages over the mistake and apologised to the mother-of-six for the ‘highly regrettable error’.

    The case emerged days after Chief Inspector of Constabulary Sir Denis O’Connor sparked a national debate by accusing officers of ‘retreating from the streets’ over the last 30 years to concentrate on hitting crime targets, allowing anti-social behaviour to flourish. Mrs Pearcey, who ran her own cleaning business until being struck down by heart and kidney problems, told yesterday how she was abused and intimidated in the street, chased through red lights when she went out in her car, and had her front door kicked by the unemployed family living three doors away. The final straw came when Mrs Pearcey and second husband Michael, 57, her full-time carer, were forced to leave their home in Fegg Hayes, Stoke-on-Trent, when police realised their error and admitted she could be in danger. They estimated that the cost to the taxpayer of accommodating her in safe houses and hotels, sometimes with hourly checks by police officers, over nearly two years stands at £785,000.

    Mrs Pearcey has now moved to another part of the country but is fighting for further compensation after being forced to sell her house at a low price during the recession. Mrs Pearcey said: ‘My son is a police officer and I put my faith in them, but I have been treated terribly. ‘This family threatened me in the street and followed me wherever I went. My car and my husband’s work van were damaged and I was abused in local shops.

    ‘They chased me in my car, and once when I was at my friend’s house they gathered outside, shouting abuse, and I had to be escorted home by police. ‘I lost my home and I have spent the last two-and-a- half years living in rented accommodation in constant anxiety and uncertainty not knowing whether the police would reimburse me.’ Her relationship with the police began in January 2007 when she took officers who were investigating a murder in her road cups of tea ‘to keep them warm in the freezing weather’.

    Later that year officers asked her to start noting down the times and dates and car registration numbers of visitors to the home of the family - an unemployed couple with two grown-up children who lived four doors away. Mrs Pearcey believed she was helping the police build a case against the family’s anti-social behaviour. It later emerged the police action was part of a force-wide anti-drugs initiative called Operation Nemesis. Mrs Pearcey, whose son, Hayden Smith, 30, serves with Hampshire Police, carried out the surveillance for six months before she discovered - through a neighbour who was friends with the family rather than through the police - that her tormentors had seen her name in court paperwork relating to the closure notice.

    That night, the police moved her to hotel, then offered her a safe house in Stoke’s red light district. When she refused, she ended up back ‘at the mercy of the family’ in her own home for a fortnight. Despite hourly police checks and security cameras on the house they continued intimidating and abusing her whenever she left home, until officers eventually found her a safe house outside of the county, which she moved to in January 2008.

    Mrs Pearcey said her home had been valued at £125,000 just before the trouble started and stood empty after she left for 18 months, during which time it was burgled and flooded. It sold for just £62,000, half of which was used to pay the mortgage off. She added: ‘I did my best to help the police but I have lost my home and my friends while this family, paid for by the State, continue on as normal.’ Her tormentors are now thought to be living in a neighbouring part of Stoke. A Staffordshire Police spokesman said: ‘In a particular case, due to an oversight, the complainant’s name was not removed entirely from documents.

    ‘The error was made by a member of the force’s Legal Services Unit. Systems are now in place to ensure that documents are fully redacted when necessary. Staffordshire Police entirely accepts that anonymity should have been maintained.’ The spokesman said that an Assistant Chief Constable had sent a letter of apology to Mrs Pearcey.

    A MOTHER'S DIARY OF DESPAIR

    EARLY 2007 Margaret Pearcey , offers murder detectives hot tea outside her home. After this her car is vandalised with brake fluid, husband’s new van dented, garden fence kicked down and front door kicked by yobs shouting ‘You f****** grass’.

    AUGUST Begins helping police with surveillance of neighbouring family.

    SEPTEMBER Fighting in the street - beer cans being thrown, family sit in car opposite her home, staring at her through the kitchen window.

    OCTOBER Visits neighbour for coffee. Family spot her in kitchen. Mob gathers outside shouting ‘get out here you f****** grass’. Police have to escort her home.

    FEBRUARY 2008 Police closed down problem address. Family moved on. Mrs Pearcey moved to a hotel.

    LATE FEBRUARY Police move her back to her own home for two weeks. At the local shop neighbour shouts: ‘You’re f****** dead. We are going to get you.’

    MARCH Chased through red lights after neighbours spot her driving nearby. Visits cashpoint. Neighbours pull up in car, screaming ‘You f****** grass’.

    APRIL Moves out of the area to rented accommodation, paid for by police.

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  • BRITAIN'S MASONIC COPS ADMIT THEMSELVES THEY NO LONGER PROTECT THE PUBLIC
    THE ONLY TIME WE SEE COPS IS WHEN THEY ARE AIDING AND ABETTING THE APPALLING THEFT OF OUR ASSETS, HOMES AND CHILDREN WHILE THEY ARE ASSISTING BAILIFF'S OR SHERIFF OFFICERS WHO ARE PART OF THE BIGGEST CRIME WAVE EVER WITNESSED IN THE UK . THEY ARE NOW ONLY ADMITTING THIS BECAUSE THEY ARE BEING THREATENED WITH THEIR OWN EMPLOYMENT AS THE GOVERNMENT WANT MASSIVE REDUCTIONS IN THE LAZY THUGGISH THIEVING BASTARDS

    We have let yobs rule streets: Britain's top chief admits taking officers off the beat has fuelled anti-social behaviour

    Police have staged a 30-year ‘retreat from the streets’, allowing the ‘disease’ of anti-social behaviour to blight Britain, a devastating report reveals today.

    Millions of acts of drunken loutishness and vandalism are going unreported as they have become ‘normalised’, it claims. Chief Inspector of Constabulary Sir Denis O’Connor said the basic task of keeping the peace had been relegated to a ‘second-order consideration’ for officers who were obsessed with meeting targets for actual crimes. This had led to officers being pulled off the beat, handing control to yobs and allowing anti-social behaviour to ‘gather momentum’, he said. Sir Denis pointed to the rise of ‘happy slapping’ attacks – where yobs hit strangers, often filming it on a mobile phone – as evidence that random street violence had become commonplace and acceptable. The ‘Stop the Rot’ report published by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary showed that last year, 3.5million incidents of anti-social behaviour were reported. But this represents only one in four of the estimated real total, meaning an astonishing 14million acts of antisocial behaviour were carried out – one every two seconds.

    The landmark report warned that police forces are routinely ignoring thousands of repeat victims of harassment and thuggery. Forces often mark such calls as ‘low priority’ because they do not qualify as crimes. As a result, no action is taken. Worryingly, less than a third of forces use systems to identify both repeat victims whose lives have been made a misery by a string of incidents, and those such as the disabled who are particularly vulnerable.

    Sir Denis said a ‘strategic error’ was made in the 1970s that downgraded the importance of street patrols. From the late 1990s, the relentless focus on crime statistics led to forces neglecting their core duty to keep the peace, he added.

    ‘The truth is that despite its high public profile in recent years, anti-social behaviour does not have the same status as “crime” for the police,’ he said. ‘The police record of accomplishment and failure has been expressed, increasingly strongly, in terms of crime statistics. ‘Meanwhile, the “non-qualifying” antisocial behaviour issue, and its variants, that signal lack of control on our streets, have grown and evolved in intensity and harm.

    Sir Denis said a ‘strategic error’ was made in the 1970s that downgraded the importance of street patrols ‘Anti-social behaviour matters a lot to people but it doesn’t count in the formal system in the same way crime does. ‘That retreat from the streets has, in some senses, undermined [the police’s] connection with the public, and allowed some of these things to gather momentum.’

    The report contains a series of victims’ accounts which Sir Denis described as ‘harrowing’. One unnamed man endured 400 incidents including stones being thrown at his wife. Despite making 200 reports to the police and the council, he said ‘no action’ had been taken.

    The report revealed a growing gap between what the public wanted, namely ‘boots on the ground’, and what the police were delivering. Sir Denis added: ‘The public do not distinguish between anti-social behaviour and crime. 'For them it’s really a sliding scale of grief.’ Despite the scale of the problem, some officers don’t think dealing with it is ‘real policing’, Sir Denis said. He called for early intervention to ‘nip in the bud’ problems so they did not spiral out of control, and an end to underestimating anti-social behaviour. He added: ‘Make no mistake. It requires feet on the street.’

    Sir Denis repeated his fears that as in earlier recessions, front-line officers would be the first to go as spending cuts bit. A HMIC report in July found that just 11 per cent of officers are visible and available to the public at any one time, and more were available on Monday morning than when they might most be needed, on Saturday nights when there is more drunken aggression. A study commissioned by HMIC for the Stop the Rot report found nearly one in three victims surveyed were unaware of any police action taken in response to their complaint.

    One in three victims also reported reprisals from their tormentors after complaining to the police, according to the Ipsos Mori poll. Among the most damning conclusions were those reserved for Community Safety Partnerships, introduced by Labour, which were supposed to ensure co-operation between councils, police and other Government agencies. The report said that academics at Cardiff University found that significant numbers of partnerships were ‘problematic’, despite tens of millions spent on them.

    They ‘lacked focus’ in helping victims, were swamped in red tape and a ‘meetings culture’, and showed little evidence of value for money. Home Secretary Theresa May said the report showed that ‘ antisocial behaviour ruins lives and scars communities’. She said: ‘This report, yet again, shows that for too long this problem has been sidelined and victims, especially those who are vulnerable, have been let down.’

    Labour introduced a multitude of policies aimed at combating antisocial behaviour, including Asbos. But last year then Home Secretary Alan Johnson admitted Labour had ‘coasted’ on the issue. More action was promised following the inquests into the deaths of Fiona Pilkington and her disabled 18-year-old daughter Francecca, who were tormented by a gang of youths despite making 33 desperate 999 calls over seven years. Miss Pilkington was accused of ‘over-reacting’ and, unable to bear the torment any more, she killed herself and her daughter by setting fire to their car near their home in Barwell, Leicestershire, in October 2007.

    Blair Gibbs, head of crime and justice-at the Policy Exchange thinktank, said: ‘Tolerating anti-social behaviour lets down victims of crime and breeds more serious criminality.’ Assistant Chief Constable Simon Edens from the Association of Chief Police Officers said: ‘Tackling antisocial behaviour must be achieved alongside keeping people safe through less visible parts of policing such as tackling serious organised crime or terrorism.’

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  • Tormented to death: Pensioner, 80, dies after she falls into manhole trap set by yobs who made her life a misery
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  • PENSIONER TAKES DOG FOR WALK AND RETURNS TO FIND STRANGERS HAVE TAKEN OVER
    george pope IF THERE IS ONE ISSUE THAT EXPOSES BRITAIN'S MASONIC COPS IT IS THIS ONE. HERE IS A MAN WHO HAS HAD HIS HOME BROKEN INTO AND INVADED BY FOREIGNERS AND THE HEADCASES THAT ARE EMPLOYED AS COPS CALL IT A CIVIL MATTER. THEY THEMSELVES ARE PART OF THE PROPERTY THEFT NETWORK THAT CONSISTS OF CORRUPT JUDGES, LAWYERS, COPS AND SHERIFF OFFICERS AND THEIR MULTI-BILLION POUND PROPERTY SCAMS.

    Pensioner takes dogs for walk... and returns to find locks changed and a family living in his home

    A pensioner who took his dogs out for a walk returned to find a family had moved into his home. George Pope, 72, was unable to get into his council house because the locks were changed. Mr Pope left his home in Barking, Essex, to take his dogs out to nearby Parsloes Park last Thursday, September 16.

    The arthritis sufferer, who needs a stick to walk, started feeling ill and decided to stay at a friend's house until he was well enough to go home. But when he returned to his house on Saturday morning, he was stunned to discover his locks had been changed. He claims a man then walked up the path to his house and accosted him.

    I said, "This is my place". But he said, "This is our property and we intend to stay here unless you go to court". It made me feel ill.' He added: 'I have been shaking ever since. I get panic attacks. It's just terrible.' Mr Pope immediately called the council and police.

    But he claims they told him the new occupants could not be evicted because they were themselves victims of a scam. Mr Pope said police claimed the residents, who he believes are from Lithuania, had paid £3,000 to a bogus estate agent to rent the property themselves for six months. The retired Dagenham Ford worker, who was forced to stay with friends, said: 'Police told me it looked like a civil matter.

    'But the squatters were using my home, my gas and my electricity - it's absolutely disgraceful.' Mr Pope went back to his house on Monday morning to find all his belongings had been thrown out. Neighbours then helped the him gather up his documents, photographs and clothes.

    Mr Pope suspects illegal estate agents of occupying buildings and letting them for money. 'I had been out for just two-and-a-half days. Someone must have been watching me,' he said. 'The rear door had been levered out with screwdrivers - that's how they got in.

    My neighbours are now too frightened to go out anywhere in case the same happens to them,' he added. A Met Police spokeswoman said: 'Police are investigating a civil dispute where there may have been fraudulent sub-letting of the premises. 'Anyone with information concerning the person who has fraudulently advertised this property for rent and subsequently changed the locks should contact Barking and Dagenham Police.'

    Mr Pope, who has lived in the house for four years, was able to move back into his home last night after the family fled but said he is now scared to be there because next door is also being occupied by squatters. He also claims some of his possessions, including a washing machine and an electric cooker have been taken and that the electricity system has been tampered with. 'The wiring has been ripped out and there are burn marks,' he said. 'The whole experience has been really traumatic.'

    A Barking and Dagenham council spokesman said council officers visited the house yesterday and found it to be empty, allowing Mr Pope to move back in. 'The council’s repair service changed the locks and Mr Pope was able to return to his home,' he said. 'This was a highly unusual situation and we are working closely with the police to try and determine exactly what happened.

    'By taking quick action we have been able to restore Mr Pope to his home without the need to apply to court for an eviction notice. This would have been a very lengthy process. 'We are also aware of a housing association property in this street that is also being squatted. 'We have contacted the housing association concerned and have asked them to try and resolve the situation. 'We are extremely pleased that Mr Pope is back in his own home.'

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  • POLICE CHIEF BRUTALLY ATTACKS DEFENSELESS OLD WOMAN VIDEO
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  • Police Chief Beats the Hell Out of Defenseless Old Woman -- She Gets the Video and Posts it to Youtube

    You're concerned with the way a death is being handled by the police in your small town of only 1000 people. You go to City Hall to complain. Instead of having your voice be heard, the town Police Chief beats the hell out of you and slams your face into the ground. His assault results in you dislocating your knee, bruising your ribs, and leaves you with a black eye and $1500 in medical bills. That is exactly what happened to 50 year old Brenda Martin of Le Flore County Florida, according to a NewsOK report:

    Martin said she confronted Police Chief Chris Ford in his office that afternoon. He asked her to leave. As she was leaving, a security camera in town hall captured video of Martin being pushed, her legs quickly swept from beneath her and Ford holding her arms behind her back as he pushes her into the floor.

    According to the Police Chief's lawyer, his actions were perfectly justified because she was "cursing in an extremely loud voice." Clearly being cursed at is just too much to handle for a trained peace officer, perhaps he was having flashbacks to his time in the middle east while he was "serving in the Oklahoma National Guard." Doing his patriotic duty, he shoved her around before tripping her and slamming her face into the ground. Of course, he says he tripped her and she simply "went to the ground." The laws of physics dictated her fall, not his direct actions.

    Luckily for Brenda Martin, it was all caught on tape. She got the tape after multiple requests and posted it to the ultimate arbiter of justice, Youtube.
    COP BLINDED BY GUNMAN RAOUL MOAT GETS ONLY £18.95 BENEFIT A WEEK
    david rathband THIS IS A LESSON FOR THOSE WHO THINK WORKING FOR THE BRITISH POLICE STATE AND OPPRESSING ITS PEOPLE, WILL BE LOOKED AFTER BY THAT STATE. HERE IS A PERFECT EXAMPLE OF WHAT WILL HAPPEN AND JUST LIKE YOUNG BOYS WHO FIGHT FOR THEIR COUNTRY AND GET BUTTONS IN COMPENSATION WHEN THEY ARE BADLY INJURED IN THOSE WARS. THE BRITISH ESTABLISHMENT USE PEOPLE AND DISCARD THEM WHEN THEY ARE NO LONGER ABLE TO DO THEIR DIRTY WORK, SO MANY COPS PLAINLY DONT REALISE THAT.

    The hero policeman shot and blinded by gunman Raoul Moat has been awarded a paltry £18.95 a week in mobility benefit, it emerged yesterday. Pc David Rathband, 42, miraculously survived after he was blasted at point-blank range by the fugitive killer as he sat in his marked patrol car at a roundabout. But despite being left totally blind he has now been denied the highest rate of mobility - at £49.85 a week - and told he would only be entitled to the lowest level of help. The payment forms part of the Disability Living Allowance which is split into two components, covering care and mobility. The father of two first revealed plans to appeal the controversial decision by the Department of Work and Pensions on Twitter, writing: 'Now ready for a battle with the DHSS. 'Been awarded lowest band for mobility. Somehow not fair? Will keep battling on. Good job I've got a good sense of humour.'

    Today Pc Rathband said: 'I'm really annoyed. For some reason they seem to think that I don't need that much help getting around. 'If only they knew how hard it is being blind. I need help just to get to the end of my garage. Each day is a challenge to get about. 'As a blind person you have to learn a route in your mind, if it's walking to the shops and back, and it's taken me six weeks just to do that. 'How on earth does that make me mobile?

    'I'm going to appeal the decision. I don't know if I'll win or not but this is a point of principle.' Pc Rathband said that whilst he is only entitled to the lowest level of help for the mobility component of his Disability Living Allowance, he has been awarded the highest rate for the care component, just over £70 a week. Last night, campaigners blasted the decision and called for a reform of the benefits system to ensure that those most derserving receive the welfare they need.

    Pc Rathband's local MP, Ronnie Campbell, said: 'He was shot in the face protecting the community and this is the reward he gets? 'He's being treated very, very badly. I intend to take up his case and fight on his behalf. It's just ridiculous.' Pc Rathband, a father of two with 10 years service, was shot in the face and the upper chest as he sat in his marked car at a roundabout in Newcastle on July 4.

    Officers were already hunting Moat, 39, after he shot his ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart, 22, and executed her new partner Chris Brown, 29, the day before. Pc Rathband said he remembered Moat running towards him, bending down and then pointing the gun at him. He was just 3ft away. I looked into his eyes and I saw nothing - no emotion whatsoever.

    'He was completely fixed on his objective, which was his next target. I saw him point the barrel at me. I knew then I was in trouble. 'Then I felt the pain full-on in my face.' PC Rathband, from Blyth, Northumberland, said that as he lay bleeding from his wounds he 'played dead' as Moat shot him again, this time in the left shoulder.

    He somehow managed to activate his radio and whisper: 'I have been shot. I need urgent assistance.' Within minutes scores of officers raced to the scene, but by then Moat had gone to ground. Fearing he was going to die PC Rathband told a paramedic: 'Will you please tell my wife and children that I love them - I'm going to die.'

    It later emerged that Moat had dialled 999 just 12 minutes before the shooting to tell them he intended to kill a police officer, ringing back 50 minutes later to demand: 'Now will you take me seriously.' Moat then sent detectives a 49-page handwritten letter entitled 'Raoul Moat Murder Statement' in which he promised to kill policemen until he was dead. It prompted the biggest manhunt ever seen in Britain and for seven days he evaded capture until finally he was cornered in the Northumberland village of Rothbury.

    After a six-hour stand-off with police he apparently pulled the trigger on his sawn-off shotgun and shot himself. He died later in hospital. Last night, campaigners criticised the level of mobility payment awarded to PC Rathband. Paul McKeever, Chairman of the Police Federation, said: 'David Rathband had his sight taken away when he was shot in the face at point blank range while defending his community.

    'He has given a great deal to his community and he deserves the best support possible. This does not seem to represent a just reward for the sacrifice he has made.' Fiona McEvoy, from the Taxpayers Alliance, said: 'Many will be shocked by this news, especially when we’re often hearing about benefits being paid out to those who don't need them. 'It’s clear that the system needs to be reformed so that the deserving receive the welfare they need, and dubious claimants are weeded out.'

    Russ Watson, Chairman of Northumbria Police Federation, said: 'The DWP procedure is not straightforward. 'Northumbria Police Federation are in the process of assisting Dave to resolve any issues which arise out of his application for assistance from the DWP.' A spokesman for the DWP said that only those unable or virtually unable to walk receive the highest rate of mobility payments.

    He added: 'We are indebted to PC Rathband for his bravery and we want to ensure he receives all the benefits he is entitled to. 'For those who require frequent care and supervision, the highest rate of the care component of Disability Living Allowance is awarded to meet their care needs.'

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  • DALLAS COPS ATTACK MOTORCYCLIST AFTER PURSUIT VIDEO
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  • DALLAS — Police chief David Brown announced on Wednesday that the three police officers involved in a southern Dallas beating on September 5 will face criminal charges.

    Brown's proclamation came as the department finally released dashcam recordings of the incident, nearly 10 days after it happened. The chief and other city leaders urged More..citizens to remain calm while the facts of the case are reviewed. The tape that was released Wednesday shows Dallas police officers Paul Gregory Bauer and Kevin Randolph beating motorcyclist Andrew Collins following a brief pursuit. He does not appear to be resisting arrest.

    News 8 has learned that there may be as many as five related recordings that are being withheld by the department. In the video released on Wednesday, one officer is seen striking Collins with a baton five times. The second officer can be seen punching the suspect twice with his fist and then with his knee. "This won't be tolerated. Today my expressions to you speak of that intolerance," Brown told reporters.

    Investigators will recommend that Officer Randolph be charged with assault, official oppression and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence. Randolph was fired today for failing probation. A total of 22 officers showed up where the police pursuit ended in the 4900 block of South Lamar Street. Six officers actually placed their hands on Collins. A second tape shows Officer Henry Deutsch turning the dash-mounted camera away to obscure what was happening.

    Chief Brown said Deutsch; Officer Daniel Malouf; and Officer Robert Kamphouse were also on top of Collins, but no cameras recorded that part of the apprehension. Officer Bauer will be charged with assault, official oppression and tampering with or fabricating physical evidence. Officer Duetsch will be charged with tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.

    Officers Jeremy James Francis and Kamphouse will remain on restricted duty; Malouf will remain on desk duty. Other officers involved will be interviewed, and the FBI will conduct an investigation. "Every citizen deserves a measure of respect," Brown said. "As chief of police for the city of Dallas, I expect citizens to hold me accountable for insuring that Dallas officers treat all citizens with fairness and compassion."

    "No one is above the laws of this great country and I expect officers observing any of their peers violating the law or the department’s rules to report those violations immediately," Brown said. "No one incident should define the character, integrity, or leadership of the Dallas Police Department," the chief added. "The public’s trust and confidence in the Dallas Police Department cannot and will not be compromised by the misconduct of a few officers." Chief Brown reached out to the community Wednesday night and even attended the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, where Andrew Collins and his family are members.

    The pastor talked to the Collins family on Wednesday; they are said to be struggling with what happened on September 5. The chief said Collins was checked out at the jail and later at a hospital. He suffered bruises, but no broken bones, police said.

    Brown said he does not rule out the possibility that race was a factor in the police action against Collins, but added there is no evidence that Collins was targeted because he is African-American. Police have dropped charges of resisting arrest against Collins.
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  • 7 THUG MET COPS MURDER PSYCHIATRIC PATIENT
    Probe into death of patient ‘restrained’ by 7 Met officers

    The police watchdog launched an investigation today into the death of a psychiatric patient after he was forcibly restrained by up to seven Met officers. Olaseni Lewis, 23, believed to be from South Norwood, is thought to have slipped into a coma after his airways were restricted at the Bethlem Royal Hospital in Beckenham. He never regained consciousness and died four days later in intensive care at the Mayday hospital in Croydon.

    Today the Independent Police Complaints Commission confirmed it is to investigate the man's contact with police at the Bethlem on August 31. The incident has only just come to light following enquiries . A post-mortem examination into the cause of the man's death is believed to have been inconclusive. Police sources said officers had been called to deal with a violent patient. He collapsed and officers gave first aid and attempted to revive him. No officers were suspended or placed on restricted duties as a result of the incident. Mr Lewis is understood to have been detained under the Mental Health Act. Police in Bromley were called by the hospital staff to help restrain him when he turned violent, a normal practice. However, nurses are said to have been “horrified” at the way the police acted when they arrived. Several nurses who witnessed the incident later logged it as a “violent restraint”, meaning they thought inappropriate force was used.

    A hospital source said: “Staff have been told not to say anything about what happened but everyone who saw it was very concerned. Because of the outrage in the hospital as to the way the police conducted themselves, there was a meeting [about the case].” Scotland Yard said it could not comment because the case had been referred to the IPCC. Hospital bosses have launched a separate inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death.

    A spokesman for South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust said: “A patient receiving treatment at the Bethlem Royal Hospital was transferred to Croydon University Hospital on August 31 for urgent medical treatment and sadly passed away on the evening of Saturday September 4. “We would like to extend our sincere condolences to the family of the deceased. The Trust is investigating the incident as a priority and is working closely with the police. It would not be appropriate for us to comment further at this stage.” The IPCC said Mr Lewis had been a patient at the hospital for just a few hours when staff called police because a patient was causing a disturbance: “Police restrained Mr Lewis at the request of hospital staff. During the restraint Mr Lewis became passive and it then became apparent that he was seriously unwell.”

    An ambulance was called and Mr Lewis was given first aid. Croydon University Hospital confirmed brain-stem death on September 3, and his life support was turned off the next day. IPCC Commissioner Rachel Cerfontyne said: “I cannot even begin to imagine how difficult this must be for this young man's family. The IPCC is looking into the police response to determine whether or not it was proportionate and reasonable in all the circumstances.” A post-mortem examination was inconclusive and toxicology tests are now being carried out.

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  • COPS PREDICTING CIVIL UNREST IN THE UK VIDEO
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  • Union leaders warn of strikes and deep unrest over 'cuts that hurt poor'
  • MASONIC MET COPS COVER UP NOTW PHONE HACKERS VIDEO
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  • News of the World have for to long been getting away with paying met cops money for information. One enormous arm of the corruption sweeping the UK with masons infiltrated into all areas of policing and why so many are having their life possessions stolen by a conspiracy between corrupt judges, lawyers, bailiff's and cops covered up by the likes of Murdoch's dodgy rags.
    CHIEF CONSTABLES 'EXTREME POWER' SHOULD BE CURBED
    ACPO Chief constables have become "mini- governors" who control "standing armies" and have "extreme powers" that need to be curbed, one of the Conservatives' most influential voices on policing has said.

    Kit Malthouse, London's deputy mayor for policing, said that the police service required an injection of democracy in the form of elected commissioners who could "wield the rod against these powerful individuals". Mr Malthouse, who chairs the Metropolitan Police Authority and was instrumental in ousting Sir lan, now Lord, Blair as head of Scotland Yard, said the public had "become uncomfortable with the police".

    He praised the Government's proposals for police and crime commissioners to replace "toothless and invisible" police authorities. Last month Theresa May, the Home Secretary, outlined plans to give new commissioners powers to set police budgets, determine priorities and hire and fire chief constables. Senior officers would also have to appear in US-style "confirmation hearings" before local panels . Sir Hugh Orde, president of the Association of Chief Police Officers, has expressed concerns about politicisation that might affect the ability of chiefs to make decisions. But Mr Malthouse said that the Government's plans would help to rectify the "dysfunctional" structure of policing. "The public want someone who is accountable, so chief constables have become public figures - and yet they're not allowed to debate or be debated with," he said. "They are incredibly powerful individuals. Each one controls a standing army, they have extreme powers to incarcerate you and me and to use force against us when they see fit. Yet none of their beliefs, prejudices or views that may affect their policing style are ever examined in a public arena." He cited James Anderton, who was chief constable of Greater Manchester for 16 years, as an example of how things could go wrong. Mr Malthouse, 43, said: "He was virulently anti- homosexual and regarded himself as a fundamentalist Christian. That affected his policing style,' it affected the people of Greater Manchester and I think the people of Greater Manchester should have a say in that.~'

    The current system of police authorities - appointed bodies of councillors and community representatives - had failed repeatedly when police chiefs courted controversy, he claimed. Mr Malthouse said: "The great example is lan Blair. There was a Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police who got himself into some terrible controversies .. The police authority. at the time {were forced?} to take- a stronger line but were ineffectual. Elsewhere there are lots of chief constables who fall out with their police authorities and carry on regardless."

    He added: "1 get concerned about the governance structure around these very powerful individuals. The truth is that in many parts of the country because of the inability and the lack of tools available to police authorities chief constables have become mini governors of their own areas. A chief is in a very powerful position, they're in a command organisation that looks to them entirely and jumps at their every move. I’m sure there’s a huge amount of ego and status involved that could – I’m not saying it has –breed somebody who gives less thought to democracy and freedom and liberalism in this country than otherwise might be the case.” Mr Malthouse has courted controversy before, claiming that he had his “hand on the tiller” at Scotland Yard . He said, however, that after an “unsettled” period there was now a constructive working relationship between the Met and the Mayor of London’s office.

    Published The Times Thursday 5th August NO LINK
    FRONTLINE COPS SHOW OPEN HATRED FOR THE ASSOCIATION OF CHIEF POLICE OFFICERS
    acpo betrayal WE HAVE NO SYMPATHY WHATSOEVER WITH EITHER COPS OR THEIR BOSSES AS THEY ARE ALL PART OF A MASONIC NETWORK THAT PROTECTS CRIMINALITY WHILE FLEECING THE UNSUSPECTING PUBLIC. NO SURPRISE THEY HAVE INTERNAL BATTLES NOW SPILLING OUT ONTO THE INTERNET

    DISGRACEFUL ACPO BETRAY THE FRONTLINE POLICE TROOPS AGAIN!
    In yet another example of ACPO using the Home Office and the media to deflect attention away from their own nefarious conduct, they submitted a secret document to the Home Secretary suggesting, among forty-nine recommendations, that the pay and conditions of the federated ranks be dramatically slashed. Police chiefs submitted the secret document to the Home Office ahead of severe public spending cuts, suggesting that hundreds of millions of pounds could be saved by overhauling the long-established “Spanish practices”. They hope that front-line jobs can be saved by cutting the £450million a year overtime bill and other “out-of-date” rules on pay and conditions. Under the plans, overtime rates would drop from twice the regular pay to time-and-a-half for working on public holidays. But the Police Federation, which represents rank and file officers, said the plans, disclosed on Thursday, were “appalling” and warned they would drive experienced police out of the job.

    A source said that, if all the cuts were implemented, an officer who had served for 12 months in his current rank could be up to £5,000 worse off a year. The leak, to the industry magazine Police Review, has caused a major row. It is an inauspicious start to what are expected to be bruising negotiations between the federation, police chiefs and ministers in coming months and it looks ACPO are are hell bent on bolstering the ‘us & them’ rift between frontline police and public, created by successive governments. Convenient that they have the ear of the Home Office and that this document should be “leaked” to the press, when the frontliners have no such channel. It is ACPO that conveniently didn’t tell the Police Federation that they had done it. It was ACPO that met with the Police Federation and the Superintendents’ Association, pleading for unity to resist the Government’s plans for elected commissioners to replace police authorities – after they had submitted their plans. A small number of chief constables helped the ACPO president, Sir Hugh Orde, to write the document in a week, so that Sir Hugh could then dash off for his annual leave.

    Paul McKeever, chairman of the Police Federation of England and Wales, said: "We are extremely disappointed that such an important paper has been leaked into the public domain, causing much anger and distress amongst police officers throughout England and Wales. While on first reading much in the paper is to be commended, there are many areas of very real concern which we strongly oppose and will seek to address on behalf of our members. "While I do not believe this is the right way to do business, it is intrinsic that at a time of great uncertainty and constraint all policing bodies work together openly and transparently to ensure the future of policing in England and Wales is shaped by police officers, not individuals, for the benefit and safety of the public. We are currently in discussions with (ACPO president) Sir Hugh Orde and we hope that our concerns will be fully addressed on his return from annual leave."

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  • COP JAILED FOR BRUTAL ATTACK ON WOMAN ALSO BEAT UP CIVIL SERVANT
    Keith Turner and Mark Andrews Keith Turner punched and kicked by Andrews in 2006
    THUG MASONIC COPS PROTECT EACH OTHERS BRUTAL TREATMENT OF THE LONG SUFFERING UK PUBLIC.

    The police sergeant jailed after he was caught on CCTV flinging an innocent woman on to a concrete cell floor was investigated two years previously over another alleged assault. The incident was investigated by senior officers under the supervision of the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), but no action was taken against Andrews and he was allowed to continue working. Civil servant Mr Turner, from Warminster, Wiltshire, needed hospital treatment after the alleged assault. He says he was wrongly accused of swearing at a barmaid. When police arrived, he claims Andrews refused to listen and began punching him.

    Last week at Oxford Magistrates Court, Andrews, 37, was jailed for six months. He had been found guilty of actual bodily harm after dragging Pamela Somerville into a cell and throwing her on to the floor in 2008. Shocking CCTV footage from Melksham station in Wiltshire showed 5ft 2in Ms Somerville, then aged 57, lying unconscious on the floor with a pool of blood by her head. Ms Somerville was charged with failing to provide a breath specimen but the case against her was dropped.

    Mr Turner said: ‘When I saw the headlines I thought, “I bet that’s Andrews.” It’s frustrating because I complained and they did nothing. He was allowed to continue working. He’s just a bully in uniform. What has happened to me and to Pamela Somerville is just diabolical.’ Mr Turner was at The Bath Arms pub, Warminster, on July 1, 2006 when the landlady accused him of being abusive to a barmaid. He claims it was a case of mistaken identity. The police were called and two officers, one of them Andrews, arrived.

    As Mr Turner tried to give his side of the story, Andrews allegedly punched him in the chest. ‘I went flying against the wall and to the ground,’ said Mr Turner. ‘While I was on the floor, he hit me on the left side of my face. I have no idea why.’ Mr Turner was arrested for a public order offence – he claims he was effectively detained for swearing – and taken to Melksham station, where he lodged a formal complaint about Andrews. His back and legs were covered in bruises where he was allegedly kicked, and his face was so swollen a nurse at the station sent him to a hospital in Bath. But X-rays revealed no broken bones, and he was put in a cell for 20 hours.

    In April 2007, Mr Turner was acquitted of the public-order offence. He says police lost CCTV footage which he claims would have shown he was not involved in a confrontation with the barmaid. A police spokesman said last night: ‘The Crown Prosecution Service decided there was insufficient evidence [for] criminal proceedings [against Andrews]. The allegations were found to have been unsubstantiated. Additionally, a civil claim was not proceeded with.’ The IPCC said: ‘The IPCC supervised an investigation into complaints by Mr Turner. He appealed regarding the outcome. The appeal was upheld on the grounds of a lack of adequate information provided to the complainant by Wiltshire Police.’

    Two officers accused of lying to help Andrews can be named today.

    PC Mark McIntyre and Acting Sergeant Kate Smith appeared in defence of Andrews, who last week appealed against his conviction. The two claimed Ms Somerville had been violent. When convicting Andrews, Deputy District Judge Peter Greenfield said: ‘You called two officers whose evidence I didn’t accept...I was so concerned about the evidence these officers gave me, I asked my comments to be brought to the attention of the Chief Officer of Wiltshire.’

    Yesterday a police spokesman said: ‘Two officers will be receiving words of advice from a senior officer on how to present their evidence.’

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  • COP ASSAULT ON WOMAN IN POLICE CELL 5 SEPTEMBER 2010 VIDEO

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  • A 911 call for help after a fall ended with a 64-year-old cancer survivor getting Tased three times by police in his California home, an action his attorney said could have killed him.

    Marin County sheriff's deputies turned a Taser on Peter McFarland when he refused to go to the hospital and allegedly became belligerent. "These are deadly weapons, and he had a heart condition," McFarland's attorney, John Scott, told "Good Morning America." " He could have easily been killed here." McFarland can be seen screaming in agony on a police video, lying on the floor as the officers pumped high-powered volts of electricity into his back.

    Scott said his client has recovered physically from the June 2009 incident, but that he's suing not only for compensation for his injuries but also to raise awareness about the "use of Tasers in situations where force is not warranted." But police told a different story. McFarland, who had been drinking, said he wanted to kill himself and that he was depressed. Deputies can be heard on the weapon-mounted video, asking calmly for him to come with them. "We want to take you to the hospital for an evaluation," the unnamed deputy said. "You said if you had a gun you would shoot yourself in the head." "I'm depressed," McFarland replied.

    Then, the deputy: "OK, well that's why we want to take you to talk to somebody." A short time later, after police seemingly became increasingly worried about McFarland's growing agitation, McFarland attempted to get up from the couch and approach the deputies. The Taser was fired into his chest shortly afterward. He was then Tased twice more.

    In a statement issued by the Marin County Sheriff's Office, officials defended the deputies. "We are confident the actions of our deputies will be found to have been both within the law and department policy," the statement read.

    Former homicide detective Rod Wheeler, who was not involved in the case, told "Good Morning America" from that he thought police were well within their rights to use the Taser on McFarland after he became belligerent. "You have to take into account the entire situation and all of the circumstances," Wheeler said. "We see in law enforcement, people who are intoxicated become very violent and hostile."

    California Man Sues Over Repeated Taser Use in His Home

    McFarland told ABC's San Francisco affiliate KGO that he called 911 after slipping and falling on the steps at his house. In the video, his pants are torn. But after being treated by paramedics, he said, he was ready for it all to be over. That's when, he said, police stormed in. "They came in here like there was a fire going on, like a gunfight was going on," he told KGO.

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