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Friday, 25 January 2008

Who's Lying? The police or the police.

The scum can't have it both ways. Who's lying? Take your pick.

Either the police federation's spokesperson Metin Enver was lying when he said “Some of my colleagues saw we had the BNP Mayoral candidate with us. The one thing we want to make clear is we didn't invite him. It wasn't a closed march. He chose to attend by his own accord which is his right in a democracy. It is disappointing if anyone chose to join the march for their own agenda.”

Or the Chief Inspector who was Bronze Command for the police march was lying when he asked for a Fit Watch member to be removed on the grounds that it was an “invitation only event, open only to police federation members, their families and friends.

So, here's the challenge Mr Policeman. When we answer bail in March, I dare you to take us to court. We can then cross examine the Chief Inspector and find out whether he lied, or whether the cops were happy to invite far right scum to take part in their demonstration.


darren redstar said...

Sorry to here that you spent some time inside on wednesday- obviously different rules for the BNP and us. The filth welcome them with open arms and we get a day in the cells.
I got there fairly early and found myself in the mass of bill queueing to go onto the march. At the white van I was handed a pile of the white baseball caps that all the cops were waring.
I was pleasantly surprised and thought that this would be a interesting raffle prize for the next class war!
unfortunately when the On duty bill realised that I wasn't of the donut fancying persuasion I was threatened with arrest for 'theft' as these were for 'serving police officers only.'
and so I lost our souvenirs of the day- never mind good fun otherwise.

fighting fit said...

Funny that, cos cops were convinced in interview that I'd tried to purloin a few white caps in similar circumstances. Seems they may have got us mixed up! Hard to imagine, but then intelligence was never their strong point. They should at least be able to tell a man from a woman though, basic stuff that...

Anonymous said...

The basic point that a prominent BNP member was on a police march should not be lost in delight at catching the CC out in a lie. Did anyone pursue the Evening Standard story to keep it alive as long as possible?