What Happened To The British Police?
Another disgraceful example of the way the British police are going to the dogs. So many of them, like these two, seem to be violent psychopaths. As a Welshman this incident makes me particularly ashamed. Here’s two more coppers that deserve at least five years in jail.
In my local news, the island of Portland has been abandoned by Dorset police. See here. They’ve failed to respond to residents’ concerns about anti-social behaviour. When a public meeting was held the police flatly refused to attend. Now the residents are talking about setting up their own vigilante groups. That, of course, will suit the police perfectly. They’ll be able to get their batons out and beat up more innocent citizens, confident that even if they’re caught on camera they’ll get away with it.
When I was driving onto Portland the other day I saw something which just sums up perfectly the state of policing in Britain today. Four fancy BMW SUVs and a motorbike tearing across Chesil Beach, high drama, high speed, jack-the-lads, all of them. Guaranteed no reason for it. Try getting them to come out to a genuine emergency.
Theresa May! You should be calling in Chief Constable Mick Giannasi of Gwent and Chief Constable Martin Baker of Dorset. Both have some serious explaining to do.
Written by Peter Reynolds
August 6, 2010 at 2:30 pm
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