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He does all sorts. Funny. Informational And deadly serious.. l absolutely love his tone of voice :O) Videos - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUSL8poMxM_uXWzWExJaY-w/videos   

CRIMEBODGE, in his own words ; My name is Rob Warner and I am a legal advisor and author of ‘Take on the Police and Win’. I set up the Crimebodge website in 2012 to offer advice and services to th

"Uniformed officers are expected to display their name badge on the outermost garment worn and for the name badge to be visible. Supervisors should check for compliance in their daily routine. I

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4 hours ago, Ecki Divad said:

That's your interpretation of the incident.  Interesting that you choose to interpret it in the most adverse and scandalous way.  I watched the video myself and didn't see him using a phone.  He may have just taken his hands off the handlebars to take a phone out of his pocket.  So what?  You are allowed to take one or both hands off the handlebars.  This is fact.  It is legally permitted.


l don't like sharing the road with other users that aren't in full control of their vehicle.
lt's not about 'illegal or lawful', it's about common sense and safety.
Common sense and safety being the thing lacking in UK policing.
 

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6 hours ago, Ecki Divad said:

 

That's your interpretation of the incident.  Interesting that you choose to interpret it in the most adverse and scandalous way.  I watched the video myself and didn't see him using a phone.  He may have just taken his hands off the handlebars to take a phone out of his pocket.  So what?  You are allowed to take one or both hands off the handlebars.  This is fact.  It is legally permitted.

 

I saw another of this person's videos in which he alleged that a woman had been assaulted by the police.  I watched the video and saw that in fact she assaulted the police officer.  I pointed this out in the comment section under the video on YouTube and had about a dozen people like you denying what was clearly in the video and insulting me just for pointing out the truth.

 

If, as we claim, we're interested in truth and freedom, then shouldn't we extend the benefit of this to everybody and practice it in our own lives?


Well said. It should be benefited to everyone. 

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20 hours ago, Smokestack Lightnin' said:

 

 

1. I didn't know riding a bike with hands unattached to the handlebar was not a crime! 

 2. It's very rare for a female member of the public to just assault a police officer without no provocation whatsoever. I'll go a far as to say at this point that I don't believe what you saw is factual. I stand corrected!

 

You can think what you like, but I know what I saw, and women do assault police officers and paramedics, etc.  The fact you (in a completely unsourced assertion) believe that it is rare is neither here nor there.  In statistical terms, we could argue that it's rare for men to do it, but some do.  And some women do.

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17 hours ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

Auditing Britain is a great channel. This is from today:

 


"Uniformed officers are expected to
display their name badge on the outermost garment worn and for the name
badge to be visible. Supervisors should check for compliance in their
daily routine. In the limited instances where a garment pre-dates the
Velcro name badge fixing patch it will be a local management decision
whether to authorise the purchase of a newer garment to allow compliance
with policy.
 
Failure to comply with policy in relation to name badges will be a matter
for local line management action having queried and established the
circumstances involved in why the officer does not have a name badge
displayed. Repeated deliberate refusal to display a name badge on the
outer garment may in some circumstances lead to disciplinary action.
 

All Uniformed staff (including those with corporate wear) will wear the
name badge at all times whilst on duty wearing the relevant garments.
"Relevant garments" will be those affixed with the relevant receiving
patch. There will be no general permanent exemption to the wearing of name
badges."

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/do_police_have_to_give_their_nam 
 

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"Uniformed officers are expected to
display their name badge on the outermost garment worn and for the name
badge to be visible. Supervisors should check for compliance in their
daily routine. In the limited instances where a garment pre-dates the
Velcro name badge fixing patch it will be a local management decision
whether to authorise the purchase of a newer garment to allow compliance
with policy.
 
Failure to comply with policy in relation to name badges will be a matter
for local line management action having queried and established the
circumstances involved in why the officer does not have a name badge
displayed. Repeated deliberate refusal to display a name badge on the
outer garment may in some circumstances lead to disciplinary action.
 

All Uniformed staff (including those with corporate wear) will wear the
name badge at all times whilst on duty wearing the relevant garments.
"Relevant garments" will be those affixed with the relevant receiving
patch. There will be no general permanent exemption to the wearing of name
badges."

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/do_police_have_to_give_their_nam 
 


And;

Identity numbers must be on show at all times;

"ALL Metropolitan Police officers in uniform are required to have their identifying letters and numbers on display at all times. The regulation was last renewed in the force's "Dress Code Policy" in 2005 but is a long-standing convention which goes back to the earliest days of Victorian policing.
 

The policy says: "Where provided, epaulettes with identifying letters and numerals or insignia of rank must be worn and must be correct and visible at all times." Although not specified, breach of any official police policy can make officers subject to disciplinary proceedings.

The "shoulder numbers" worn by all constables and sergeants carry two pieces of information.

There is a two-letter code which shows which borough the officers are from. Tactical support group officers only have the letter U and other specialist units have their own letters.

 

The numbers give the officers' warrant numbers.

All sergeants have one or two digits and all constables have three. Officers with four digits are volunteer special constables or Police Community Support Officers.

Higher ranks from inspector above do not show their number, only the insignia of their rank, with inspectors having two pips." 

https://www.standard.co.uk/news/identity-numbers-must-be-on-show-at-all-times-6713847.html 
 

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On 9/7/2020 at 9:08 PM, Basket Case said:


l don't like sharing the road with other users that aren't in full control of their vehicle.
lt's not about 'illegal or lawful', it's about common sense and safety.
Common sense and safety being the thing lacking in UK policing.
 

 

What makes you say he was not in full control of the bike?  What did he do in the video that makes you conclude that?  I saw nothing to suggest it.

 

What do you define as 'full control' of the vehicle, in the case of a bike?

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Just watched the Coventry video, and I appreciate that this guy is basically taking the Michael Jack Jones, but I cringed with embarrassment at three police officers and two PCSOs harassing a man with a camera. 

 

To be fair, the police are entitled to ask what he is doing, and I would normally expect them to.  They can also photograph him and open a file, etc., but if he wants to film there, he can, full stop, end of story  The law allows it, save for certain specific locations of sensitivity. 

 

If the police don't like it, or the activity becomes harassing, or they suspect he is gathering film/images of number plates, etc., it is open to the police to pursue a civil injunction to bar him from filming or photographing the location any further and to seize any relevant material in his possession.

 

The way the police should have handled the situation was to go up to him and say: "Good afternoon sir, I see you're filming here.  That's perfectly OK and I apologise for interrupting you.  I just wanted to ask if there is anything we can assist you with?  Would you also mind if, purely for security purposes, we take your photograph?  Are you also able to supply us with personal details about yourself, for our files?  Let me stress, you are under no obligation to do so or co-operate with us in any way, and you should not be unduly alarmed as our request implies nothing, but it helps allay any concerns on our side if you can do so.  Thank you for your time, sir, and here's my card.  Don't hesitate to contact us if we can assist with your project."

 

If the police spoke to people like that, they'd win a lot more friends.

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On ‎8‎/‎18‎/‎2020 at 12:20 AM, Chef said:

Any idea how to contact him? There is a local police informant (grass) who gets away with all sorts because of his cushy relationship with the police.

 

I'd like some advice on how to approach this because the guy is a menace and needs justice before he kills somebody. Many local people want him off the streets and I feel I should attempt. Nearly ran me over when speeding down a residential road when he almost mounted a curb in his company car.

 

Tried his website but no contact page that I can see.

 

 

I would NOT report him.  He is under the polices' protection.

 

I would do what I have known others to do.  That is to make him an offer he can't refuse!

It worked in our area for some reason.  Go figure!

There are zero gang activities in our area now.

 

It should be remembered that gang culture is 'put up with' in any area because in those areas the gangs or leaders are protected by the police of that area.  By controlling the gang one controls any outsiders from setting up a new gang and those things take time to settle down.

 

So for me, self.....er having someone fuck them over until they disappear is the way forward.  You cant win against an army like the police but you can win against a druggie and their king pin!  So chose the battle before the battle chooses you.

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On 9/7/2020 at 4:31 PM, Ecki Divad said:

I had to laugh at one of his videos when he alleged that the police were harassing him, but the video starts with him walking up to a police officer and insulting him.

 

That's true and I thought the exact same thing at the time. On reflection however, one just can't help being human and 'lashing out' when you've just had the BBC licence team at your house, a letter for the non payment of council tax drops on your doormat or perhaps you're being evicted. Who knows what is going through people's heads at any particular time. If you listen carefully to Crimebodge, his voice starts to waver halfway through as that initial rush of pent up aggression and adrenaline starts to subside with the reality of what he started.

I know I've started some shit with underground ticket inspectors, bus inspectors, police community officers, traffic wardens etc when I lived in London. I did regret it later when one time, I pulled out a serrated X30 Santoku kitchen knife made from X30 stainless steel with an official Rockwell hardness rating (HRC) of 52±2, stone ground for strong, sharp cutting edge with triple rivet handle and slashed the fucker's throat causing blood to spurt all over the place but I was just having a bad day. It happens!

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On 9/7/2020 at 6:11 AM, Smokestack Lightnin' said:

 

(even China, Saudi, Turkey, Iran etc have never sunk to the depths of importing thousands of people of alien cultures to gang rape indigenous children for votes.)           

You've got to add France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and the Nordics to that list. Usually I find Brits to be well-aware of the corruption, which is why they're so miserable. They just don't like when they are singled out. It seems fashionable to make Brits the new scapegoats (especially in eastern Europe). Like I said, don't be fooled that Poland is safe and doesn't share our destiny. Also, Wikileaks, Assange and Epstein are PSYOPs, so perhaps you don't understand the system as well as you think.

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3 hours ago, DerProfessor said:

You've got to add France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and the Nordics to that list. Usually I find Brits to be well-aware of the corruption, which is why they're so miserable. They just don't like when they are singled out. It seems fashionable to make Brits the new scapegoats (especially in eastern Europe). Like I said, don't be fooled that Poland is safe and doesn't share our destiny. Also, Wikileaks, Assange and Epstein are PSYOPs, so perhaps you don't understand the system as well as you think.

 

France (Algerian Muslims), Holland (Moroccans), Nordics (ex Yugoslavians, Bosnians etc and later Indians) Italy (North Africans) DID NOT import these people for the express purpose of gang raping local indigenous female children the way that Britain allowed the Pakistani Muslim paedophiles to?  This happened over 30 years remember. I never once bought the excuse that the Labour councils were afraid of being labelled racist as the reason they kept it quiet. Some of the importations was altruistic I agree but a lot more was for other sinister reasons. 

The Visegrad four are a LOT more safer than the West. I've just come back from living 2 years in Slovakia (and Hungary) and of course you can never discount what the governments will do while saying something completely different but these countries are tremendously safe and immigrant free. I went to a couple of nationalist meetings held in the winter in the village greens and they were f***ing intense to say the least.  PC hasn't gripped the public there as it has in the UK. Money in the millions change everything of course and the people with the billions can change things in the blink of an eye but for the next 30-50 years., I'd say to anyone in their teens or 20's, East Europe is the place to go. 

I had no idea that Epstein and Assange were PSYOPS as the requirement to hold such a position requires a minimum term of 18 months service. I didn't know Assange and Epstein served time in the forces. Can you elaborate please? Thanks.      

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1 minute ago, Smokestack Lightnin' said:

I had no idea that Epstein and Assange were PSYOPS as the requirement to hold such a position requires a minimum term of 18 months service. I didn't know Assange and Epstein served time in the forces. Can you elaborate please? Thanks.      

 

I mean the related storylines were media/distractions or fabrications from the real attack vector i.e. the vaccine and upcoming food shortages. Trying to get people to 'fight' corruption in too much of an abstract way, or thinking Trump will save them and so on. Notice how Viviane Westwood has been heavily involved in the Assange story. She is a major shill and high-ranking J*wess in the UK and historically actively played a role in these sorts of scams.

 

And yes, the authorities in places like Amsterdam, Malmo, Marseilles, Brussels etc. DO know about grooming and abuse of women and underage girls by the arrivals, and do nothing about the issue. You're just an excellent demonstration of continental Europeans' delusion that they are magically above corruption. I keep noticing this. Continentals think they are superior to Anglo-Saxons, let's face it. I think you will be surprised. They will most likely be ripping each other to shreds in the streets when the full reality kicks in.

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"And yes, the authorities in places like Amsterdam, Malmo, Marseilles, Brussels etc. DO know about grooming and abuse of women and underage girls by the arrivals, and do nothing about the issue. You're just an excellent demonstration of continental Europeans' delusion that they are magically above corruption. I keep noticing this. Continentals think they are superior to Anglo-Saxons, let's face it. I think you will be surprised. They will most likely be ripping each other to shreds in the streets when the full reality kicks in".

 

OK DP, thank you for acknowledging your mistake regarding the definition of the term 'psyop'. Sloppy language benefits no one. 

I know nothing about Westwood but will endeavor to learn more in order to understand more. Although I don't agree with some of what you say, there may be something I can learn from you. Your emotional outburst about me believing that Europeans are 'above corruption' is completely 'off the wall'. Where the heck did you pull that one from? A magicians top hat?  I actually followed the case of Jan Kuciak and Martina Kusrinova while I lived there which was a shocking case involving the EU paying millions of Euros to gangsters who were terrorizing local farmers etc . Jesus, where did you get that from? 

I honestly love a good old confrontation but you have to keep onside and deal only in facts Der Prof, otherwise the debate descends into chaotic garbage. Just think and double check before you type thanks.  

 

Just now, DerProfessor said:

 

I mean the related storylines were media/distractions or fabrications from the real attack vector i.e. the vaccine and upcoming food shortages. Trying to get people to 'fight' corruption in too much of an abstract way, or thinking Trump will save them and so on. Notice how Viviane Westwood has been heavily involved in the Assange story. She is a major shill and high-ranking J*wess in the UK and historically actively played a role in these sorts of scams.

 

And yes, the authorities in places like Amsterdam, Malmo, Marseilles, Brussels etc. DO know about grooming and abuse of women and underage girls by the arrivals, and do nothing about the issue. You're just an excellent demonstration of continental Europeans' delusion that they are magically above corruption. I keep noticing this. Continentals think they are superior to Anglo-Saxons, let's face it. I think you will be surprised. They will most likely be ripping each other to shreds in the streets when the full reality kicks in.

 

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On 10/31/2020 at 3:38 PM, Basket Case said:

£100,000 citizens compensation.. In one case. 

And police officer gets 18 months in prison for a different case.. 

 

 

 

This video now has over 700,000 views in a week. One of Robs biggest. This one has obviously struck a chord with people.
With the Lockdowns and coming Tyranny this kind of physical harm caused unnecessarily by Police Officers will increase and be ignored by the media. 
 

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And here we see another unhinged Officer in action.
This sort of behaviour is only going to accelerate with unwarranted Covid Laws.
For a simple vehicle misdemeanor of not having the car painted 100% of the colour stated on the registration document the driver is threatened with being attacked with a batton for not wanting to get out of the car. Not only is it not required by Law to get out of the car 'just because the Officer wants you to', it's cold and wet and totally unnecessary to deal with what was needed.
The driver is dragged out of the car and cuffed after being falsely accused of being under the influence and obstructing the Police.
UK cops on steroids;
(131,000 views in 11 hours)

 

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5 hours ago, Basket Case said:

And here we see another unhinged Officer in action.

 

Completely unacceptable and this cop needs to immediately be put on leave for his own good. He has advanced to the rank of Sergeant and he should have learned to lose the ego by now. I didn't sense he had a rotten heart, he just seemed under great stress, but who knows. I thought those two cops who stopped a driver during the first lockdown in April, while probing for trouble for God knows how long, were worse. Far more polite on the exterior, in word and action, yet far more sinister in nature.

 

Generally speaking, regarding these 'film in public places' videos, I am well in favour of them. A very senior police officer, I can't remember exactly who now, was sat on the BBC Breakfast News sofa just a few years ago. His message was crystal clear. 'It is not an offence to film in public places or to film the police'. All police officers need to learn to just ignore people filming in public places, unless they truly do have a reason to believe that doing so is connected to some criminal act. For the record, I don't think I have ever seen even one video on Youtube where this is the case. It is only police officers acting like they have seen a pink dodo, rather than a human being with a camera, and they fully deserve to get a bit of egg on their faces and to eat a bit of humble pie.          

 

Elephant in the room. Why is this very basic concept, of lawful public filming, not taught to all police officers in cop school? I know the answer and it is that they hope uneducated members of the public will always stop filmng, when asked to by uneducated police officers. It is the cop school administrators who are the troublemakers, for not correctly educating all of their police officers, and not members of the public armed with cameras.

 

P.S. I thought all of the 'in this day and age' bullshit was supposed to be connected to the notion of 'more cameras is a good thing'. Ha ha ha.

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Had a bad day, felt like exploiting authority, kid in car lets smash him, WTF he's got something to say for himself- throw it all on let's make him scared I been there long ago, they try to tempt you into something they can do you for listen to him twice threatening to make life miserable for what.. that's right not bowing to the authoritah and having something to say. Hope he gets what's coming to him

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