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Out of Control Policing

Video of police assault on Ian Tomlinson, who died at G20 protest | UK news | guardian.co.uk

The Guardian obtained this footage of Ian Tomlinson at a G20 protest in London shortly before he died. It shows Tomlinson, who was not part of the demonstration, being assaulted from behind and pushed to the ground by baton-wielding police.

Pure thuggery, a disgrace. The armed state in action.

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Everyone who is thinking about voting Labour at the next election should be utterly ashamed of themselves.

Is this what you really want for this country?...........A Police State run by a Corrupt, Authoritarian regime?

If you can't bring yourself to vote for another party - then DON'T VOTE!...........and do the rest of us a favour.

I notice the officer that pushed him had his face masked, as did many others. Apart from undercover operations I can see no reason that any police officer should hide their identity when on duty. Unless of course they have something to hide?

BTW why didn't those "protesters" in Luton the other week get treated like this?

The electoral registers for Sunderland (uk) contains incorrect voter
registration numbers printed in the columns alongside voters names.
Sometimes the Registers are printed with the same error numbers year
after year, one particular period from 1958 to 1961 shows that these
numbers cannot be common human error as during this period the housing
estate was covered by two separate electoral wards and both of these
wards show the same and also similar errors for this one particular
housing estate. Some people have even received a wrong electoral number
more than once in their voting lifetime and nearly all of the electoral
registers that I have looked at dating from about 1950 to 1972 contain
errors, errors placed in such a way that they can only have been put
there for a reason or purpose beyond their normal intended use. I suspect
that the error numbers may continue into the early 1990’s. These electoral
registers can be found in the records section of the public library
fawcett street Sunderland Tyne and Wear. except the register for 1973
which for some unknown reason was not printed or it is kept hidden from
the public, this must have been planned as early as 1970 or 1971 hence
a change in the way the registers are dated, ie. the electoral registers
are dated yearly as follows 1969, 1970 etc. then change to being dated
1971-72 and then 1972-73 then 1974 then 1975 missing out an electoral
register for one year. Dates in other parts of the registers such as the
in force dates and the qualifying dates indicates that the missing register
is for 1973. Anyway whatever the excuse is for being a register short it
must have been planned years in advance and the electoral register covers
then dated accordingly in order to confuse or deceive.
Some of the pages ie. those containing the error numbers covering a four
year period are included as an attachment to this email, these four years
show that common human error is not responsible for the wrong entries in
the electoral registers.

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