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On 7/28/2022 at 1:25 PM, legion said:

crimebodge is back anew revamped refreshed recharged new website new book new video

https://crimebodge.co.uk/

 

I will 100% buy four or five copies of his book and gift them to some folks I know. Might Gareth and David also possibly 'consider' giving this guy a special mention? I think he does some very important work and I 'assume' that Gareth and David would also think so. No harm in asking. Finally, I would say that all good coppers out there should be getting right behind this guy as well. And I am not talking about puttting him on the floor and getting the cuffs on. 😀    

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On 7/30/2022 at 11:13 PM, numnuts said:

Might Gareth and David also possibly 'consider' giving this guy a special mention? I think he does some very important work and I 'assume' that Gareth and David would also think so.


Good idea CB is solid and needs support

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My story of Youtube suspending me: https://crimebodge.co.uk/youtube-suspended-me-courtesy-of-the-trans-mafia/ 
Get your Crimebodge window stickers here: https://crimebodge.co.uk/buy-your-crimebodge-window-stickers-here/
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Hilarious new video;


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Rob;
Have the ICO (the organisation tasked with protecting YOUR data protection rights) got it in for the deaf? It certainly seems that way. Actually, they seem to have it in for anyone that isn’t big business or the police.

I tested their live-chat function out repeatedly. Caught them deliberately siding with big business to screw over the public. Some of the answers I got to the same basic question are a combination of hilarious, sad and worrying. It’s because of this type of anti-public attitude the police get away with destroying and refusing to hand over body worn video. The ICO facilitate it!

I’ve published it all here. Have a look, you’ll find it very interesting.
https://crimebodge.co.uk/have-the-ico-got-it-in-for-the-deaf/

And if you’re interested in all the stuff that happened at the PC Mark Knights trial - the police officer I privately prosecuted - I published all the juicy info that the press never bothered with. Which is just about everything:
https://crimebodge.co.uk/the-blue-code-of-silence/

I’m currently updating the website with new articles once a week, so if you haven’t subscribed at my website please do. The more support I get there, the greater impact it has for the cause.

Don't forget you can get Crimebodge window stickers here. I'm rapidly running out so please get in fast!
https://crimebodge.co.uk/buy-your-crimebodge-window-stickers-here/

Will be posting a new video next week, so see you then.

 

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6 hours ago, numnuts said:

https://davidicke.com/2022/09/29/pc-dickhead-and-the-rest-of-the-dickheads-at-cheshire-police-has-to-be-seen-to-be-believed/

 

'PC Dickhead and the rest of the dickheads at Cheshire police – has to be seen to be believed.'

 

 

 

Love or hate, or anything in between, the police in general. Love or hate, or anything in between, the police in Cheshire. Love or hate, or anything in between, the guy who got arrested. At the end of the day, I am left feeling extremely bewildered, as to why so many police vehicles were in attendance. 😕 

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On 9/30/2022 at 10:12 AM, numnuts said:

Love or hate, or anything in between, the police in general. Love or hate, or anything in between, the police in Cheshire. Love or hate, or anything in between, the guy who got arrested. At the end of the day, I am left feeling extremely bewildered, as to why so many police vehicles were in attendance. 😕 

 

It's all a question of 'priorities'.

 

Most people find that when it comes to burglaries or car thefts for example, often it is the case that police are unable to attend or investigate due to 'lack of resources'.

 

But as I posted in the 'Minor News Items' thread recently, when a property in Sparkbrook, Birmingham, was believed to be harbouring a large amount of "illicit tobacco", there were visibly seven or eight police vehicles in attendance at the scene.

 

Fake cigarettes ("illicit tobacco") = lost government tax revenue. Now, that is a 'crime' that the police take very seriously.

 

Nasty words on Twitter or "hate speech" is also taken very seriously by the police.

 

"Actual crimes" against the person, ie burglaries, car thefts, muggings, stabbings etc, well that's just all an 'inconvenience' really for the police. In the case of stabbings and shootings, the police may make some cursory appearances in order to "be seen to be doing something" but in reality those officers can't wait to get back to their desks and look for 'mean tweets'.

 

The BBC's "Monkey Dust" animated series from nearly twenty years ago now sums up the modern police force perfectly in this clip:

 

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4 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

It's all a question of 'priorities'.

 

Indeed. They could have been busy hunting down binary tweeters, instead of hanging around on some insolent fellow's front lawn. 😀 Whatever else any of them could or couldn't have been doing, I think that one more copper would have been more than enough, so as to bring closure to the situation.  

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I don't know if Crimebodge has covered this or not. A police inspector should really know better. Filming in public is legal and you can't go around behaving like that. The assault didn't 'look' that brutal, but we didn't get to see all of it. Not the point though, as there should have been no interaction to begin with. 

 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-2788277/Video-Moment-policeman-assaults-vulnerable-teenager-outside-police-station.html

 

'Moment shamed police inspector, 49, confronts teenage boy before 'throttling' him because he was 'sick of internet freaks' is revealed - as the officer is convicted of assault.'

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2 hours ago, numnuts said:

I don't know if Crimebodge has covered this or not. A police inspector should really know better. Filming in public is legal and you can't go around behaving like that. The assault didn't 'look' that brutal, but we didn't get to see all of it. Not the point though, as there should have been no interaction to begin with. 

 

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-2788277/Video-Moment-policeman-assaults-vulnerable-teenager-outside-police-station.html

 

'Moment shamed police inspector, 49, confronts teenage boy before 'throttling' him because he was 'sick of internet freaks' is revealed - as the officer is convicted of assault.'

 

Looks like a big, fat bully boy. I hope he's sacked and loses his pension. If that had been a large, burly man filming I bet he'd have reacted very differently.

 

Many people seem to be behaving like half-wits and thugs lately. I hope it's not spreading.

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On a lighter note, I don't really see the issue here. Unless they are spending a lot of time engaged in this activity, which I doubt.

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/pictured-british-transport-police-face-backlash-after-posing-for-selfies-with-famous-faces/ar-AA13AN5K

 

'Pictured: British Transport Police face backlash after posing for selfies with famous faces.'

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OK, this may be quite basic for already seasoned people but nonetheless....

 

 

 

This is a brief overview of when you can make a citizens arrest under section 24 Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE).

 

 

 

 

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