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Section 43 of the Terrorism Act 2000 at work

Police used terror legislation to stop ex-RAF engineer in Kidlington (From Oxford Mail)
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Stephen Russell, 59, spotted police swarming Kidlington High Street while he was on a trip to buy fish and chips and, as he had his camera with him, he took four photos because it was unusual to see so much action in the centre of the village.

Watch the video to see what happened next in our free and pleasant land.

Comments

Bring up the officer on Health and Safety charges, for potentially putting himself in danger.

Yes, they've another death on their hands:
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/scotland/article7047101.ece
forced to stand about for SIX HOURS doing - well, sweet FA. Oh, and one of the comments says the RAF, which has a nearby base, said sending help was not their job...

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