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COPS ARE KILLING ONE PERSON A WEEK WITH NWO TASERS


Cops kill one person a week with tasers; Latest victim is a black boy tased to death

Police brutality rages on as cops extend their shocking streak of one tasering death per week since 2001 after Cincinnati officers taser a black boy to death. Everette Howard a student from Cincinnati who was planning to leave for college in a just few weeks is the latest person in the U.S. to die after being tased by police. Howard went into cardiac arrest after being struck by a stun gun capable of delivering up to 50,000 volts by University Of Cincinnati campus police.

Police say they were responding to an assault call when they encountered the young man. They say when Howard approached he had his fist drawn, but no weapons. They say he then fell to the ground and became unresponsive. Police also reported the boy was also the victim of being shocked by a stun gun last year but would not provide any further details. The boys mother gave a tearful interview to a local news station crying for an explanation into what really happened. The local police department has launched two investigations into the incident.

The second investigation is to find out if and why a 911 call was made when police never found a victim at the scene and no arrests were made. An amnesty international report reveals that 334 deaths have been caused in the U.S. as the result of the police tasering people between June of 2001 and August of 2008, which equates to approximately one person per week being killed by police.

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  • MASONIC CHIEF CONSTABLE AND SIDEKICK ARRESTED ON CORRUPTION CHARGES VIDEO


    ONLY ONE OF MANY OF BRITAIN'S MASONIC TOP COPS AT ACPO(ASSOCIATIONS OF CHIEF POLICE OFFICERS) THAT ARE UP TO THEIR NECK IN CORRUPTION, PERSECUTION CAMPAIGNS INCLUDING MURDER AND MASSIVE SPYING AND PHONE HACKING ON THEIR VICTIMS. HOW DO WE KNOW? WE ARE JUST SOME OF THEIR VICTIMS WHO HAVE BEEN LITERALLY DESTROYED BY VILE THUGS MASQUERADING AS LAW ENFORCERS. ALL OF THEM HAND PICKED BY QUEEN LIZZIE AND HER MASONIC HENCHMEN.
    MASONIC MATRIX COPS FALLING LIKE FLIES


    LIVERPOOL COPS FIVE MATRIX COPS SACKED OVER MOBILE PHONE IMAGES OF RAIDS

    FIVE Merseyside Police Matrix officers were sacked on the spot by a disciplinary panel after taking mobile phone pictures of themselves fooling around inside a house they were supposed to be searching.

    The ECHO revealed in May how eight Matrix officers were suspended from duty after the pictures came to light during an investigation into the actions of other members of the crack anti-gun anti-gang unit. And after a three-month internal inquiry, which has already seen one sergeant sacked, the five constables caught on camera were given their marching orders yesterday. The hearing headed by senior officers dismissed all five, without notice, having found them guilty of gross misconduct. An investigation by the Professional Standards Department uncovered the incriminating photos as they probed separate allegations that some Matrix officers had been taking items from raided homes and putting them up for sale on internet auction site eBay. Three officers, including the now-sacked Sgt Charlie Tennant, 43, were suspended over those allegations. Tennant, who had 23 years police service, was also embroiled in the mobile phone scandal. Now those with him in the pictures are also looking for new employment.

    Two senior officers within Matrix were also suspended as part of the probe for failing to supervise the search team properly. The ECHO understands one has been reinstated but the second remains suspended. Today Deputy Chief Constable Bernard Lawson said: "We expect the highest standards from our officers and these officers fell far short of that expectation. "Our residents and communities have the right to expect our officers to act professionally and with integrity at all times so that they can have confidence in the work that we do. "The behaviour of these officers came to light after a proactive investigation was carried out by our Professional Standards Department. "After considering all the evidence a misconduct hearing, chaired by a Chief Officer, found the officers guilty of gross misconduct and they were dismissed from the force.

    "As a force we believe it is important to take swift and decisive action when officers are found to have fallen short of the standards we expect and in this case we have done just that. "We are proud that over the past three years we have seen such significant falls in crime within Merseyside, particularly the 26 per cent drop in gun crime. "That is in no small part down to the good work of the Matrix team. They do a difficult and demanding job but we are quite clear: high standards are non-negotiable. "The overwhelming majority of Matrix officers are a credit to our Force and we are very proud to have them work for us. "I am disappointed that the actions of this small minority of officers has had a disproportionate impact on public confidence and our community relations.

    "I hope, by taking the action we have today, that our communities can be confident in our commitment to high standards of conduct and our continuing determination to fight crime in Merseyside." The two constables suspended over the eBay probe remain, along with Tennant, on police bail after being formally arrested and questioned over the claims.

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    THE THUGS THAT MASQUERADE AS BRITISH COPS ARE REALLY A BULLYBOY SQUAD PART OF THE MASONIC ESTABLISHMENT WHOSE PRIMARY ROLE IS TO PROTECT THE ROYAL MAFIA AND THEIR HENCHMEN'S VAST LAND AND PROPERTY SEIZURE VIA HER MAJESTY'S CORRUPT AND DODGY COURTS.
    BIG BROTHER COPS USING ON THE SPOT FINGERPRINTING IN THE STREET
    FINGERPRINTING Police to carry out on-the-spot fingerprinting in the street even for minor traffic offences

    Device can search 8.5million prints on national database
    Forces insist fingerprints will NOT be retained

    Police are now armed with a device that can scan fingerprints so they can correctly identify suspects who lie about their details. In what sounds like something out of George Orwell's dystopia 1984, suspects can now be finger printed in the street thanks to the new hand-held police gadget. The mobile identification service scans a print, then checks it by trawling through a national database for the details. But police insist they do not retain the print afterwards.
    DOES ANYONE ACTUALLY BELIEVE THAT?

    The device is about the size of a mobile phone and allows police to read the fingerprint of an index finger. It can search 8.5million prints on the database in two minutes.

    Operational officers justify the device with their argument that many people stopped for moving traffic offences offer false details initially - so the new device will help police detect who is telling the truth about their identity. The database holds prints from people who have been convicted or who are involved in police investigations. The device has been in use in Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire for the last four weeks but it has now been officially launched across the country.

    Detective Inspector Gary Etherington of Cambridgeshire said: 'Identification is crucial to police investigations and ensures offenders do not evade justice. 'Giving officers the ability to do this on-the-spot, usually within a few seconds, could save a huge amount of time which would be wasted taking people to a police station to confirm identities. 'This will give officers more time to spend working in their communities, helping to fight crime, bring more offenders to justice and better protect the public.'

    But critics say the device is unnecessary and 'effectively and extension of police powers'. Guy Herbert, general secretary of NO2ID, a group which campaigns against national databases, said: 'There are two things wrong with this. 'One is that we even have a database in the first place, where police can check valuable things about you.

    'Two is that you have to voluntarily give your prints, but people will feel pressure to give them, even though there is no legal basis for it. 'It will make people feel like criminals.'

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    SENIOR COP CHARGED WITH CHILD SEX OFFENCES
    inspector russell dew ONE MORE HIGH RANKING COP CHARGED WITH ABUSING CHILDREN. THESE ARE THE VILE BASTARDS THAT ARE BEING PERSONALLY HAND PICKED BY THE MASONIC BRITISH CROWN TO UPHOLD THE LAW.

    A high-ranking police officer has been charged with sexual offences against a child, his force said.

    Inspector Russell Dew from Nottinghamshire Police is accused of two counts of sexual activity with a child which are alleged to have taken place in Newark, Notts, over the past year. The 44-year-old, who is based at Mansfield police station, was arrested on Thursday. He will appear at Sheffield Magistrates' Court on Monday, Nottinghamshire Police said. The alleged victim was 13 years old at the time of the offences.

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  • BENT COPS, BENT HACKS, BENT COUNCIL?
    dirty cops


    It’s a pity this book is now out of print for it contains amazing details of how the police can be bent. The two Guardian journalists who wrote it were never sued for libel even though it names many high ranking police officers, drug dealers and corrupt private eyes, some of whom you have been hearing about on TV and radio today because of the News of the World phone hacking scandal. The book details how some of the people now in the news were involved in crimes including murder up to nearly 25 years ago. A policeman in charge of the original phone hacking investigation, the one that made little progress, left the police force over allegedly false expense claims and inappropriate behaviour with female staff. He promptly got a new job with News International.

    The book reveals that when the so called Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) was set up after the murder of Stephen Lawrence it was stuffed full of ex-policemen. Only 16% of its staff were genuinely independent, the remainder came from the police plus a few from the investigation departments of HM Customs etc. The boss of the IPCC was from the Met and was mentioned on 87 pages of the 500 page book on police corruption - and no he wasn’t the ‘good cop’ and as I said, the two authors didn’t find themselves in court for libel. This is a long-winded and perhaps self-indulgent explanation of why I have no great faith in the IPCC but it is all there is and today I have written to them about Bexleyheath police’s total failure to respond to my enquiries following their issuing of a Harassment Letter last April. They seem to think it is acceptable to threaten me with arrest for writing about Bexley council and refusing to tell me what I have done wrong or revealing who I am supposed to have harassed. A leak from an insider said it was because I was threatening physical violence which if the leaker was well informed is a complete lie.

    The Met’s Directorate of Professional Services told me in writing on 14th May 2011 that I would be contacted by Bexleyheath police “shortly” but nothing happened so I phoned the DPS on 14th June (I was referred to their South East Division, which is in Croydon if the phone number is anything to go by) and it was confirmed that Bexleyheath police had not done anything and I was told they would send an email asking what was going on. I rang again today to say there had been no progress and the SE DPS told me that Bexleyheath police had not responded to their email either. Hence my letter to the IPCC, the DPS appears to be polite but toothless. While catching up with my correspondence I noticed that my Subject Access Request (SAR) to Bexley council which should reveal something about the Harassment Letter and the obscene blog should be answered very soon. As Freedom of Information (FOI) requests designed to shed light on the Harassment Letter have been unlawfully left unanswered two months past their due dates I thought I should warn the unfortunate individual who has the unenviable job of answering for Bexley council’s many sins…

    “As it is now approaching 40 days since I made my Subject Access Request I have been wondering if you are now close to completing it. I am concerned that the two Freedom of Information requests submitted by Mr. Barnbrook on related subjects (11/337 and 11/338) are now close to two months overdue which looks as though Bexley council is yet again contemptuous of the law and of residents. I do not wish my Request to take a similar path. Mr. Barnbrook has shown remarkable patience in not reporting Bexley council’s failure to comply with the law to the Information Commissioner but I feel I should formally let you know that I do not possess all his fine qualities. Once the 40 days has expired, if I feel that Bexley council is breaking the law again without good reason, I shall make a full report to the Commissioner.

    Yours sincerely,”


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  • MASONIC COPS BEHIND THE COVER UP OF DIANA DEATH? NOW FACE ARREST
    PROOF THE MASONIC MET ARE BEHIND THE COVER UP OF THE DEATH OF PRINCESS DIANA

    TWO of Britain’s leading former police officers are wanted for questioning over allegations that they withheld crucial evidence about the car crash which killed Princess Diana.

    A French judge wants to ask ex-Yard chief Lord Condon and Sir David Veness why they failed to disclose the existence of a note in which she predicted her assassination. They could face international arrest warrants as suspects should they refuse to attend interviews in Paris, sources close to the investigation indicated last night.

    The note, taken by Diana’s lawyer Lord Mishcon, was handed to the officers a few months after the 1997 Paris tunnel crash which also claimed the lives of Diana’s boyfriend Dodi Fayed, son of tycoon Mohamed Al Fayed, and the pair’s chauffeur Henri Paul. The highly-respected lawyer’s document records the line: “Efforts would be made if not to get rid of her (be it by some accident in her car, such as a pre-prepared brake failure or whatever)...at least to see that she was so injured or damaged as to be declared unbalanced.”

    Everyone assumed that with the end of the British inquest, the investigation into Diana and Dodi’s deaths was closed

    It was more than three years later before it emerged that the officers had locked the note in Lord Condon’s safe at Scotland Yard. When Lord Condon stood down as the Metropolitan Police Commissioner his successor as Met Commissioner, Lord Stevens, continued to keep its existence a secret. Under French law, “removing or concealing” evidence, which could “facilitate the discovery of a crime”, is punishable by three to five years in jail or a fine. Now Paris-based Judge Gerard Caddeo is locked in a protracted battle with British authorities over his demand for interviews with Lord Condon and Sir David, a former assistant commissioner.

    The explosive development means that the issue of whether the fatal crash in the Pont de l’Alma tunnel in Paris was an accident or murder is likely to be once more the subject of a controversial court case. A source close to the Paris inquiry said: “Everyone assumed that with the end of the British inquest, the investigation into Diana and Dodi’s deaths was closed. “But this has blown it wide open again. Judge Caddeo is determined to get to the bottom of what happened with the Mishcon note.

    “The French courts will not allow this matter to rest and it is understood that if Lord Condon and Sir David refuse to attend Paris for an interview then Judge Caddeo will not hesitate to issue international warrants of arrest.” At his home in Kent yesterday, Lord Condon refused to comment in detail on the Diana letter. “I have not been asked to go to Paris,” he said. “There was discussion of all these things at the inquest and if there is anything else, you will have to speak to the legal affairs department at Scotland Yard. This is not the time or place for this.”

    A Yard spokesman said: “We are not prepared to comment – we would have to refer you to the French authorities.” The Daily Express understands that Judge Caddeo has been engaged in lengthy exchanges with Sylvie Petit-Leclair, a judge attached jointly to the French Embassy in London and the Home Office who assists in cross-Channel legal issues. He has also written to a Home Office official, whose name is known to this paper, demanding she assist his bid to interview the officers. The Daily Express also understands that he has twice sent the same Home Office official ‘International Letters Rogatory’ – formal requests from a court to a foreign court for judicial assistance – in which he names Lord Condon and Sir David as suspects.

    He also names Lord Stevens as a person he wishes to question. Judge Caddeo’s papers summarise the crucial accusation – that Scotland Yard and the British Embassy in Paris concealed the note made by Lord Mishcon from the French authorities investigating the crash. The note would have made it more likely that the French would have opened a murder inquiry. He states that the note reported that the Princess had been “informed by sources worthy of her trust” that an attempt was being made to “eliminate her in an orchestrated automobile accident.” Diana died on August 31, 1997, after the Mercedes she and Dodi Fayed were travelling in crashed following a high-speed chase as they tried to evade photographers.

    A French investigation concluded that the crash was caused by driver Henri Paul, acting security manager of the Paris Ritz, losing control of the car at high speed while intoxicated. But the investigating authorities were unaware British police had the late Lord Mishcon’s note.

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  • PHONE HACKING HEARING WITH SENIOR COP IN CHARGE OF INVESTIGATION 1 VIDEO




    Peter Clarke, the former senior police officer who oversaw the original probe into phone hacking in 2006, accused News International of "prevarication" and "lies" during his investigation. "This is a major global organisation with access to the best legal advice, in my view deliberately trying to thwart a police investigation," he told the committee.
    MASONIC MET BEHIND COVER UP OF NEWS INTERNATIONAL PHONE HACKING VIDEO


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  • DICK IN CHARGE OF TERROR
  • MASONIC MET COPS USED COVER OF TERRORISM TO SPY WITH IMPUNITY
    false flag You can see the logic for the crooked met cops paid millions to gather information for Murdoch's henchmen. The constant whining of the likes of ACPO the Association of Chief Police Officers and the met chief Stephenson, who has just resigned, over terrorist threats and their need to monitor us all to fleece out the baddies really was a massive ploy to give carte blanche to a bunch of masonic crooks to misuse and abuse ALL our data to titillate Murdoch's dodgy rags.

    Not only is TERROR a good platform to justify criminality by crooked met cops but they have been paid millions for the overtime to do the very monitoring of our phones they then flog to Murdoch and the other press barons so they are getting paid TWICE using terrorism to justify their criminal lifestyles. Not only that but innocent victims like Charles De Menezes may have paid a heavy price and MURDERED to further justify the criminal mets terrorist agenda. Ian Tomlinson another victim of the thugs who claim to protect the public while busily battering innocent victims of their terror over the head with batons to their death.

    The evil that masquerades as some sort of civilised society is now only getting some exposure from the press barons that have covered their dirty filthy ass's for way to long.

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  • MASONIC MET CHIEF PAUL STEPHENSON RESIGNS (DID THE MET FORGET TO ARREST HIM?)
    paul stephenson Stephenson headed the crooked masonic met cops getting away with murder and VAST corruption that has undermined the population of the UK. He and his mob are the biggest terrorists of all. How much overtime which stretched into millions was paid to these crooks on false flag terrorist threats? The masonic hierarchy is on its last legs.

    Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson has resigned following the phone hacking scandal.

    Britain's most senior police officer has faced criticism for hiring former News of the World executive Neil Wallis - who was questioned by police investigating hacking - as an adviser. Sir Paul said his links to the journalist could hamper investigations. He said there were lessons to be learned from the affair, but he was leaving with his integrity intact. He also said he had no knowledge of the extent of the phone hacking. Home Secretary Theresa May said she was "sorry" he had resigned and thanked him for all the work he had done during his time in office. Earlier, she said she would address MPs on Monday about her "concerns" over the closeness of the relationship between News International and police.

    'Great sadness'

    Sir Paul said in a statement: "I have taken this decision as a consequence of the ongoing speculation and accusations relating to the Met's links with News International at a senior level and in particular in relation to Mr Neil Wallis." He added: "Let me state clearly, I and the people who know me know that my integrity is completely intact. "I may wish we had done some things differently, but I will not lose sleep over my personal integrity."

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  • WHO IS GOING TO ARREST THE MASONIC MET'S CHIEF CONSTABLE?
    paul stephenson CROOKS ARRESTING OTHER CROOKS

    The masonic met have started to arrest the main ring leaders in the News of the World hacking scandal. Their former paymasters like Rebekah Brooks are now being arrested by the very criminal cops who for years were feeding the Murdoch mafia with extensive private and personal data about the victims of his scum bag rag.

    The smug Chief Constable Sir Paul Stephenson ain't so smug as leaks , likely from the News of the World ex-employees themselves, show he was heavily in the pocket of Murdoch and no doubt have enough ammo to ensure he has been railroaded into the corrupt scams that saw preferential treatment and dodgy criminal acts being arranged for the Murdoch clan.

    We have been exposing for years the degree to which freemasonry has played in how the met have been getting away with MURDER i.e. Charles De Menezes and Ian Tomlinson only two victims of the murdering crooked bastards that are supposed to uphold the law yet are implicated, not only in spying on the public, but able to shoot people dead and seldom face any repercussions. The vile thug who knocked out and killed Ian Tomlinson is still walking the streets and years later still not faced a trial over Ian's murder. For anyone who struggles to get any assistance from the met they should know that they are to busy helping Murdoch and his vile spying along with helping judges, lawyers and bailiffs throw thousands of men onto the street from the evil family court judgements that are part of a bigger Crown conspiracy that uses masonic thugs to do their dirty work.

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    VILE MASONIC MET CHIEF HIRED CROOKED NEWS OF THE WORLD 'WOLFMAN'
    paul stephenson LEFT: NEIL WALLIS AND PAUL STEPHENSON

    SO WHY DID CAMERON HIMSELF HIRE WOLFMAN COULSON?


    Cameron orders Met chief to say why he hired NoW's Wolfman

    Sir Paul Stephenson was today under growing pressure to explain his decision to hire Neil Wallis as an adviser, as it emerged the former News of the World executive's PR firm broke the law. The Scotland Yard chief is facing "urgent questions" from Prime Minister David Cameron and Mayor Boris Johnson after paying Mr Wallis £1,000 a day - a total of £24,000. The Standard has learned that Mr Wallis's company, Chamy Media, was struck off the companies register two months ago for failing to file any documents since it was set up in 2009.

    Police probing the phone-hacking scandal arrested Mr Wallis, 60, yesterday. Hours later, Sir Paul admitted he had employed the former News of the World deputy editor through Chamy Media as a personal media adviser. Met public affairs boss Dick Fedorcio appointed him. Downing Street sources said Mr Cameron believes Sir Paul has "urgent questions to answer" and is angry the Met chief failed to inform him about Mr Wallis's employment when they met for crisis talks at No 10 earlier this week. "Why did it come to light only on the day of the arrest?" demanded one Government official. In a letter to Lord Justice Leveson, the judge heading the public inquiry into phone-hacking, the Mayor warned that "serious questions have been raised about the relations between the press and the police".

    He had been "made aware" of the contract with Chamy, and asked Lord Justice Leveson to consider "whether there is any culture, in this country, of financial collusion between the press and police". Mr Wallis, nicknamed the Wolfman in Fleet Street, registered Chamy Media in September 2009 and ran the business from his £850,000 house with his wife Gaye, 56, as co-director. One month after its incorporation, Chamy Media won a contract to supply personal communications advice to Sir Paul. The deal ended in September last year. However, Companies House struck off the firm in May "for failing to maintain its records, file accounts and reveal its directors and shareholders, which is in breach of the 2006 Companies Act".

    Former mayor Ken Livingstone said Sir Paul was guilty of "an appalling lack of judgment. I find it breathtaking that the Met could employ someone who held such a senior position when the News of the World was allegedly involved in criminal activity." Former Scotland Yard DCI Peter Kirkham said: "The Met should have undertaken a thorough vetting process when engaging with somebody of that background in such a sensitive area. We don't yet know whether that happened." Keith Vaz, chairman of the Commons home affairs select committee, which will question Sir Paul next week, said the revelation about Mr Wallis's employment had stunned MPs. "There seem to have been a lot of connections between the Metropolitan Police and an organisation they were investigating."

    Downing Street is reserving final judgment on whether Sir Paul might be suspended until after he provides explanations to the home affairs select committee, which has called him to answer questions urgently on Tuesday at noon, and also to Home Office officials who are compiling a report for Home Secretary Theresa May. Mr Wallis, who was questioned for several hours after his arrest and bailed, did not respond to attempts to contact him today.

    Press and police links forged over dinners and drinks

    The close links between Scotland Yard and News International executives were today coming under intense scrutiny - from private dinners to drinks after work. Former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis, arrested yesterday on suspicion of phone hacking, has been lunching Met detectives since he was the self-styled "World's Greatest Reporter" on the Daily Star. The 60-year-old continued to maintain friendships within the force as he rose to executive-level positions at the Sunday Mirror and The People.

    On the News of the World, Wallis ghost-wrote a column for Met Commissioner John Stevens headlined "The Chief". He was also a key player in landing the serialisation rights to the former Met chief's autobiography. As the phone-hacking scandal gathered pace, Scotland Yard was forced to publish a list of meals shared between senior officers and the disgraced Sunday tabloid.

    Current Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson had eight meals with News of the World executives at the time his officers were responsible for investigating the newspaper. Five of Sir Paul's dinners between September 2006 and June 2010 were with Wallis. The first meal shared by Mr Stephenson and Wallis came one month after Met officers arrested News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman, who was later jailed for listening in to Prince William's voicemail messages.

    In November 2009, assistant commissioner John Yates dined with News of the World editor Colin Myler four months after he took the decision not to re-open the phone-hacking investigation. Mr Yates is a close friend of Wallis and the pair also enjoyed several lavish meals on the News of the World expense account. One former News of the World source who saw the receipts told the Standard: "Champagne was de rigueur."

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  • Masonic Met cops
  • MURDOCH IS A VILE BASTARD BUT THE COPS ARE MUCH WORSE
    It is very noticeable the other press barons with the same right wing tendencies as Murdoch are concentrating their venom on him alone when instead they should be exposing the part the met cops, MI5 and 6 are playing in a massive masonic spy ring that encircles the British isles and beyond.They have all cosied up to the British police state and are privy to cop press releases that us ordinary mortals are NOT.

    So a few financial incentives add to the speed those releases get dished out, hence the usual EXCLUSIVES when one press baron has usurped the others for top dog. Murdoch just happened to have bigger pockets and could dig deeper than the average Joe. But what is much much worse is that cops implicated in phone hacking are only one small part of a much bigger picture that includes crooked judges, lawyers and a myriad of financially sound hangers on using the same evil subterfuge to finish off men in family courts.

    For those unfamiliar with how these dens of iniquity operate it is exactly the same vile abuse of data that allows crooked lawyers, working in conjunction with corrupt agents of the crown, to fleece men of all their worldly possessions. There is no lengths they will not go to destroy any man that dares stand in the way of the vile legal mobsters who, when they have their eyes set on your assets but especially your home, will use identical tactics as Murdoch to gather as much info on their victims and targets that ultimately lead to a heavy cop presence, along with bailiffs , at your door as you are forcibly removed forever from what you used to call home.

    It is excellent that finally all those charged with abusing victims data, as with the hacking are getting outed ,but until the full exposure of how masons embedded in the British police state operate, many more lives will continue to be destroyed thanks to outright tyranny of all those who work for the crown and who keep the royal mafia in the vastly rich exalted position they are in presently . DO NOT be fooled by the latest propaganda that old lizzie had her personal details leaked. She is patron of the worlds freemason network and who are all implicated in the murder of Daniel Morgan, never mind involved in destroying the lives of the victims of hacking that only the Guardian has touched on so far. All the other royalist press barons are creating major distractions to avoid having their own subterfuge exposed, but that will come in time. We hope to be at the cutting edge of what has been available on the internet for a very long time and only now, 5 years or more on , finally getting into the corporate media.

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  • MASONIC MET
  • MET COP JOHN YATES GRILLED ON COVER UP OF NOTW HACKING VIDEO





    Masonic met cops have been taking Murdoch's bribes while providing him with private data that allowed him to abuse those he claimed to expose in outrageous press articles that destroyed anyone who did not suit Murdoch's agenda. That is to prop up the Zionist/ masonic network of thugs that include the vile cops all part of the masonic spy network encircling the UK.

  • Letter from John Yates QPM Assistant Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police to Chair on hacking
  • HUMPHREYS COUNTY COPS BRUTALLY BEAT HANDCUFFED DEFENSELESS MAN VIDEO


    A Humphreys County man sustained cracked ribs and a punctured lung after he was stripped naked by deputies, beaten and shocked repeatedly with a Taser gun, according to a Wednesday court filing.

    The Jan. 23 incident was recorded by video equipment fixed to the vehicle of a Humphreys County Sheriff deputy. Darren T. Ring, 34, of New Johnsonville is requesting to be released from jail, where he has been held in lieu of bond for more than five months.. The incident occurred after Humphreys County Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of gunshots in Waverly. Ring was not arrested for firing the shots but was drunk when deputies arrived, reports show. In a grand jury indictment, Ring was charged with resisting arrest, three counts of assaulting an officer and a parole violation. The dashcam video shows deputies repeatedly telling Ring to stop resisting arrest while he is laying facedown in the snow with at least two deputies on top of him. Deputy James McCord wrote in his incident report that Ring kicked him in the testicles, poked him in the eye and tried to grab a fellow deputy's firearm.

    "He (Ring) was extremely violent towards all the deputies trying to restrain him," the incident report states. "He was continuously kicking and spitting on the deputies." On the video a half-naked Ring is held down and intermittently kicked and struck with a baton for approximately 10 minutes. Later, a Waverly Police Department officer responds to the scene as well. At that point, an incapcitated Ring is shocked repeatedly with a Taser while deputies instruct him to roll over on his stomach. In the video Ring says he can't roll over. His attorney, Public Defender Jake Lockert, said his client was unable to move because of repeated Taser shots.

    "The defendant had committed no crime," the motion states, "was not advised that he was being arrested for any crime, and was not charged with any crime until after the officers had beaten him and had to charge the defendant in an attempt to justify or cover up their own criminal conduct of aggravated assault on the defendant." A spokeswoman for the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation confirmed it was forwarded the case for investigation. Ring has also hired prominent Nashville attorney David Raybin for a possible civil suit. Raybin said his client may pursue civil action once the criminal charges against Ring are resolved.

    "I"m not going to speculate why the deputies acted this way," said Raybin, a former prosecutor and attorney for the Nashville Fraternal Order of Police. "Never in my 35 years have I seen anything like it, especially when you consider how long Mr. Ring was kicked, beaten with a baton and tasered." In his motion, Lockert asked that Ring be released from Humphreys County jail where he has been held in lieu of bond since his January arrest. The motion requested "that all charges should be dropped because the defendant committed no crime and, even if he had committed some crime, he was punished so severely that jeopardy should attach and bar further prosecution."

    Ring has had previous arrests including a recent driving under influence charge. A spokeswoman for the sheriff's office said further details could not be released because of the investigation. The officers in question have not been suspended, the spokeswoman said.
    HOW MASONIC MET COPS TERRORIZED AN AGGRIEVED MAN OVER WIFE'S AFFAIR
    scotland yard MASONIC MET COPS HAVE PROVEN HOW CORRUPT THEY ARE WITH THE PHONE HACKING SCANDAL AT THE NEWS OF THE WORLD. THIS IS ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF HOW POLICE POWERS ARE MISUSED TO ATTACK ANYONE WHO DARES CHALLENGE THEIR BROTHERS EVEN WHEN THEY ARE HAVING AFFAIRS WITH MEN'S WIVES

    David Burrowes (Enfield, Southgate, Conservative)

    I do not know whether it is something in the water, but Enfield has recently produced constituents whose cases are of high national importance, which are challenging legislation, international treaties and guidance. I refer, of course, to my constituent Gary McKinnon, to Andrew Symeou in the neighbouring constituency, and to Ian Puddick, the subject of this Adjournment debate. I do not wish to entertain the House with the salacious details of this case, which are at times complex and at other times bizarre and, frankly, quite frightening. I wish to explore the principles and practice involved in the case, about which the whole House will no doubt be concerned, as they are fundamental. My primary concern, which again the whole House doubtless shares, is with the principle of equality before the law—the principle that money and wealth should not be used to warp the course of natural justice and that equality should not be eroded in the age of the internet and super-injunctions, which have seen in recent times.

    It is only right for me to start by explaining some of the details of my constituent’s case. In June 2009, Mr Puddick became aware that his wife was having an affair with her employer, who is a board member of a large reinsurance firm. He found on her phone explicit text messages from this man, which then led to his wife’s confession that the affair had been ongoing for some 10 years. In his emotional state, my constituent began calling clients of this large firm, informing them that their manager had used company expenses to fund an affair with another employee. When the manager concerned became aware of this, he hired a private security firm, linked to his organisation, to discredit my constituent and to build a case of harassment against him. Mr Puddick received a phone call from the chief executive of the security firm, who reportedly said, “Our pockets are deep…we will bury you”. How was he buried? In August the same year, my constituent’s home, office and his company accountants were raided by 16 officers from the City of London police counter terrorism and major crimes directorate. They removed his personal computers, his mobile phones, laptops, digital cameras and even his personal sat-nav and sent all this equipment to a high-technology crime laboratory for testing.

    My constituent was subsequently arrested and decided not to have a lawyer. He then gave a full and frank confession that he made those phone calls to clients and he apologised for it. He was then charged and stringent police bail conditions were attached. On the first occasion he attended court, the bail conditions were relaxed as it became immediately apparent that my constituent was a man of good character and not likely to commit any act of violence or to make any threats. The court realised that the case needed to be dealt with proportionately. I understand from my constituent that, to the surprise of the magistrates, when the officers were asked about the evidence that provided the basis for this case of harassment, it became clear that my constituent’s wife had not even provided a statement. Despite all the extreme, disproportionate and expensive investigations that had gone on, which seemed to suggest a major crime, the one witness statement that one would have expected to have been brought forward did not materialise. Any right-minded person listening to the debate—and certainly those listening at the back of the court at which Mr Puddick first came into the public gaze—would have questioned why this was happening.

    ian puddick A trial was set for April the following year. Before that date the man who had had an affair with Mr Puddick’s wife resigned from his position, and the case was dropped. One might have thought that that would be the end of it, and that there would simply have been complaints to the Police Complaints Authority Independent Police Complaints Commission—as, indeed, there were—which would have been processed in the usual way. If the case had ended in that way we would not have ended up discussing it here at 4.15 on a Thursday afternoon, but Mr Puddick was rightly appalled by what had happened, and particularly concerned about the disproportionate actions that he felt had been taken by the police. For reasons of his own, which one may understand and with which one may feel a great deal of sympathy, he set up a blog—www.ianpuddick.com—to which he uploaded a love letter that had been sent to his wife, as well as a video describing the disproportionate response of the police and questioning the actions of the private security firm. Entries to the website www.policeexpenses.com and other similar addresses were redirected to the original blog.

    What then happened, in May 2010, seemed to my constituent to have come out of nowhere. He was arrested again, this time not by local detectives but by the City of London police murder squad. He was told by investigating officers that he could not put that information on the internet. He replied, “I am just putting out information that is true.” The response from the police, which might be considered chilling by anyone concerned about freedom of speech, was, apparently, “Even if it is completely true, you have committed a criminal offence.” Mr Puddick was subsequently charged, again, with harassment, but on this occasion on the specific grounds that he had created and distributed three websites which were designed to discredit an individual both professionally and personally. He denied all the allegations, and the case went to the magistrates court in June this year. It was put to the magistrates that Mr Puddick was guilty of harassment through Facebook, Twitter and his websites, and it was partly because of those extra allegations that the case made national headlines. However, it was proved in court through cross-examination at an early stage that there had been no use of Facebook or Twitter.

    I understand that an officer from City of London police offered the explanation that the counter-terrorism and murder squads had been called because of the level of distress that she believed my constituent was causing through his websites. One can only speculate, looking at other websites, on whether such distress constitutes grounds for using the precious and important resources of the counter-terrorism and murder squads. I am glad that the Minister for Policing and Criminal Justice, my right hon. Friend Nick Herbert is present to note my concern in that regard. My constituent was finally found not guilty of the charge of harassment on 17 June this year. Having listened to that extraordinary tale, some may believe that it involves a purely operational issue which really belongs on the pages of the tabloids—where it did indeed appear in this instance—rather than in the Chamber. However, as I said at the outset, there is a key point of principle: the principle of equality before the law. As my constituent has stated on numerous occasions, if this could happen to him, it could happen to anyone.

    I want to raise two key points with the Minister. The first is the apparent influence of wealth and authority on the implementation of the law. It seems clear that had it not been for the well-connected private security company and the high profile of the business involved, my constituent would not have experienced such a disproportionate use of force and response. If there is another reason, no one is aware of it. Indeed, it is interesting that the man who had the affair with Mr Puddick’s wife was even advised by police in Sussex—the county where he lives—that this was a civil, not a criminal, matter, and anyone looking at this case would say that that seems to be a very reasonable judgment to make. Despite that, City of London police were approached and the raid in May 2009 followed. My constituent argues that the second raid almost a year later, following the publication of the blog and website, was also based on information that came from the private security firm and outside interests. We can go back into history—indeed, all the way back to AD 43, when there was the first recorded mention of equality before the law, by Pericles, and we can then eventually go on to the Magna Carta and other important integral documents in our constitutional law that establish that equality before the law is an important principle. Pericles stated:

    “If we look to the laws, they afford equal justice to all in their private differences…class considerations not being allowed to interfere with merit”. Those words and our fundamental principles based on the Magna Carta and established through international law and treaty obligations would seem to be all but forgotten when the 16 counter-terrorism officers from City of London police raided a residential property because, from the point of view of my constituent, who is a mere plumber, that seemed to be in the interests of more powerful and wealthy business interests, which were concerned about the effects on reputation and sought to challenge the concepts of free speech and the truth.

    One could take a view about the appropriateness of how my constituent went about this matter. One could criticise that and say that it was not right, but questions have to be raised about the fact that those actions were criminalised to the extent that they were, and that the police decided to act in the way they did and used the resources they used, which is why the matter has come to this Chamber. This is a fundamental issue in the wider context of our legal system. As a practising lawyer, I have concerns, but this should be of great concern to all Members. I do not need to remind the House of the recent super-injunction controversy and the complexity added to that by Twitter and the open-platform social media that provide a forum. The key issue in that debate was not merely the affairs and the scandals, but the fact that our legal system sought to support, or some would say protect, those individuals of some privilege who were able, through wealth and influence, to seek to protect their reputations and their future incomes, regardless in some respects of the consequences and the human collateral damage.

    It appears that my constituent’s experience is not an isolated one, since having secured this debate I was contacted by Dr Howard Fredrics, who is similarly charged with harassment because of a website exposing misconduct by officials at Kingston university. Even though, as I am also informed, Kingston police found no evidence of harassment, the Crown Prosecution Service went ahead with a case against Dr Fredrics, just as the CPS decided not to take account of Sussex police advice and a case was mounted against Mr Puddick. In both cases the common factor seems to be people and institutions of influence, and one would have to say that the concept of the rule of law has been challenged. Those are two examples, but there may be more, which might have gone unnoticed because of the under-reporting of magistrates court cases. The reason for this debate is that they should not go unnoticed by this House or the Government. The disproportionate response to my constituent’s case raises fundamental questions, and we cannot cast them aside as an operational blip. The reaction casts a shadow over the way in which we respond to issues, not least issues of free speech. These issues are becoming much more complex, but they are so important. That applies to matters on the internet and online, and matters outside and offline.

    The issues raised by my constituent’s case, which relate to free speech and the way in which the prosecuting authorities deal with enforcement, particularly in respect of the internet, are important and of wider significance. When dealing with cases of cyber-stalking or online harassment, it is important to consider how enforcement is applied and how the guidance really does affect these issues. We need to recognise that there is no suggestion that Mr Puddick’s comments on his website were untrue. The prosecution because of his comments relied on the argument that the repetition and spreading of the factual points amounted to harassment. It is important for me to make it clear that I entirely agree with the Government’s policy and approach to this issue. The case law and policy make it clear that harassment is illegal online as much as it is illegal offline. We learn of some awful cases of cyber-stalking, and they should properly be prosecuted and punishable with the full force of the criminal law. If an individual persistently contacts or attempts to contact a victim and the court concludes that that conduct constitutes harassment, the police need to follow through proportionately to where the evidence leads them and a prosecution needs to follow, where appropriate. That should happen regardless of whether such behaviour occurs in person or through online social media.

    I recognise that sound guidance is in place on dealing with cyber-stalking and harassment. I invite the Minister to consider, after this debate, whether that guidance is fit for purpose and whether it is appropriate, particularly given how it seems to have been wholly misapplied in the case of Ian Puddick. The Government are rightly examining areas of vulnerability in respect of young people and those with disabilities, who need particular protection when it comes to dealing with the internet. We need to recognise that we have a particularly strong duty to those people, and it is right that the Government, in applying the guidance, are examining those areas. We also need to ensure that the fundamental principle of the equality of the law is applied across the board.

    As is clear from the account that I have given, it is clear that the proper guidance and way to apply that guidance is far removed from what happened in Mr Puddick’s case. He was told that he was not allowed to put up his website because it, in effect, damaged the reputation of another individual and that that damage amounted to illegal harassment. Since this case has reached the public gaze, several commentators have remarked that if Mr Puddick had been found guilty, the floodgates would have been opened for a number of other such claims. I am sure that other hon. Members, perhaps in an unguarded moment, would be tempted by the possibility of prosecuting the odd blogger who wrote an article about them with which they disagreed. I have had an attack website constructed against me. It is dedicated to opposing me and, some would say, to damaging my reputation, and colleagues would doubtless be able to give examples of different actions that have taken place. However, many of us would also recognise that there is a role and place for the law, including the civil law—there is no doubt that the law on libel and defamation has a role to play. I welcome the Government’s review into super-injunctions, which is examining how we can properly ensure that our approach to these whole areas of privacy, and libel and defamation are made fit for the modern-day purpose. I would also welcome a proper look at the current Crown Prosecution Service guidelines and how they apply in all the different circumstances.

    I am calling for a level playing field—the level playing field that has been established over many years and that this country, rightly, is proud to promote and apply. I hope that my constituent’s case will set a precedent or at least be a marker to suggest that such websites and blogs should be properly considered in the context of an appropriate and proportionate application of guidance in both criminal and civil law. It is important that, as online technology develops rapidly, we ensure that the Government also allow for proper clarity in their guidance so that we do not face situations such as that which sadly caused detriment to Mr Puddick. We also need to be particularly watchful when criminal law is involved. Cases such as Mr Puddick’s might be rare—we do not have the exact numbers—but we need to recognise that when there is enforcement by the police, liberty is lost and other consequences arise, we must be ever watchful and mindful of the serious repercussions and how they can chip away at, or even take a chunk out, of the fundamental principles that we all hold dear.

    In conclusion, the issue in this case is not the affair that some people might have been interested in reporting on, and it is not about my constituent and his phone calls to clients. This is not about the man or the affair. The issue is whether Ian Puddick has made the case that large companies and private security firms have an influence that has led to a taxpayer-funded police force following what some might suggest was a taxpayer-funded crusade. Indeed, it was called Operation Bohan—I am not sure why it was named after Bohan, the son of Rueben—and the whole operation was dedicated to this case, seemingly to silence his accusations because they might harm financial interests.

    One could argue that if the complaint had been made to the City of London police by an ordinary member of the public—say, a plumber like my constituent—the estimated £1 million would not have been spent investigating and prosecuting the case. It would, I imagine, have been dealt with as a civil matter, worthy, if the police had been involved, of a quiet word from them. I say that the £1 million is an estimated figure, and Mr Puddick has been asking questions to find out the true costs. If possible, I would be interested in hearing at some point—I know the answer will not be available today—how much the police operation and prosecution cost.

    Without any further information, it would seem that Operation Bohan flew in the face of the key principle of equality before the law by seemingly putting the interests of wealthy organisations above the free speech and basic rights of the everyday citizen. I do not say those words lightly. I have been a criminal solicitor for 14 or so years and have great respect for the rule of law, for our system of justice and for how it is properly applied day in, day out, by police officers and prosecuting authorities. When we see cases that seem exceptional and that are exceptional in their application of power, we must stand up for our constituents. It is worse for everyone, not just my constituent, that the operation was funded by the taxpayer. My tax-paying constituents—all of them—played their part in paying for the anti-terrorist officers, the high-technology laboratory and the extensive surveillance. Indeed, they also played a part in the Crown Prosecution Service’s seemingly doomed attempt to prosecute Mr Puddick. My constituent is concerned about what he would call an apparent perversion of natural justice that must be identified, addressed and appropriately challenged by Ministers. The Government and the Minister are rightly big on accountability and I fully support that, but we also need to recognise that there must be accountability for the actions of the police and the prosecuting authorities. They must be brought to account in cases such as Mr Puddick’s so that we can ensure that another innocent member of the public is not awoken by an armed counter-terrorism unit acting, perhaps, on the whims of wealth and power.

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    Bullying police told a mother that her children 'would be taken into care' if she didn't help frame three innocent men for murder, a court heard today. Eight detectives allegedly framed five men over the killing of prostitute Lynette White, 20, after failing to solve her murder and now stand charged with persuading her friend to change her evidence. In what is thought to be the UK's biggest ever police corruption case, the retired officers are accused of conspiring to 'mould, manipulate, influence and fabricate evidence' which led to three men being wrongly jailed for the murder of Lynette White. The 20-year-old vice girl was stabbed more than 50 times at a flat in the docks area of Cardiff on Valentine's Day in 1988. Stephen Miller, Yusef Abdullahi and Anthony Paris - who became known as the 'Cardiff Three' - were convicted of her murder in 1990 before being freed by the Court of Appeal in 1992.


    Chief superintendent Thomas Page, 62, chief inspectors Graham Mouncher, 59, and Richard Powell, 58, are said to have colluded with five other detectives, Michael Daniels, 62, Paul Jennings, 51, Paul Stephen, 50, Peter Greenwood, 59 and John Seaford, 62, to fix evidence and pervert the course of justice. All deny the charges.

    Swansea Crown Court was told how fellow prostitute Leanne Vilday was friends with Lynette, 20, but was 'persuaded completely to change her evidence.' Vilday was allegedly told to place innocent men Stephen Miller, Yusef Abdullahi and Tony Paris at the scene of Lynette's brutal murder. Retired Detective Inspector Grahame Mouncher is accused of threatening her - and showed her photographs of other children taken away from their mothers.

    Prosecutor Nicholas Deans QC said: 'Two detectives were responsible for moulding and manipulating what she had to say but it was Graham Mouncher who "broke" her. 'Mouncher told her she would be charged with the murder of her friend Lynette. 'She remembers being shown photographs of young children who she was told were in care. That was what she was told would happen to her own young son.

    'Eventually Vilday gave in and agreed with what she was being told she had seen and heard. Mouncher left the room and Vilday recalls hearing the sound of celebrations from a neighbouring room.' Miller, Abdullahi and aris - known as the Cardiff Three - were jailed for life for murder in 1990 but later cleared on appeal. In 2003 another man, Jeffrey Gafoor admitted killing Lynette after a cold-case review discovered his DNA in the flat where she died.

    The court heard how the three innocent men were 'brain-washed' by officers after a series of lies. The jury was told how Lynette's boyfriend was 'bullied' into 'confessing' he was at the scene on the night she died. Mr Deans said: 'Another feature of the questioning of the original defendants was the willingness of police officers positively to mislead them - indeed to tell outright lies.

    'It seems clear that officers were perfectly happy to use outright lies or deliberate deception in their efforts to obtain evidence. 'Miller was in effect brain washed over these 13 hours into repeating back to the officers facts they had asserted many times to him.

    'This brain-washing succeeded in convincing Miller he must have been involved and was so effective Miller appears to have continued to believe what he'd been told he'd done for a period of time. 'Miller is clearly being bullied - short of physical violence it is hard to imagine a more hostile and intimidating approach.' The retired officers all deny the charges.

    Some officers were promoted after the conviction - Powell retired later as a Superintendent and Mouncher and Page as a Chief Inspectors. Former trial witnesses Violet Perriman, 61, and Ian Massey, 57, both deny perjury.

    The trial is due to last seven months.

    * Another four retired officers are due to stand trial on the same charges at a later date.

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