Met Police - "I don't need to know" (just following orders) - March 26

New video in HD = "Oh for fuck sake not you again" - -- Relevant Legislation -- Section 3, Criminal Justice Act 2003 Section 174, Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005 Part 2, Other repeals and revocations

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Art - Part 3 - Police and details again
WARNING - Do NOT try this at home, UNLESS you are willing to be arrested. As some of you know, I was arrested, locked up, finger printed and even charged and end up in a very rigged game. in February for basically refusing to give my details. I learned a lot from it but some of you may not fancy such an education. Its easy to get into an ego battle with them about this. Instead, I try and stay centred and keep asking questions although its not easy as you can see here. Watch the way they respond to my question 'am I obliged to give you my details?'.....Notice they ask me why I am not giving them my details ? If I was asked that again, I would repsond with 'Am I obliged to justify myself as to why i dont want to give my details?!!' Also, the idea that if someone is alarmed harrassed or distressed that she can arrest me is in my understanding a load of nonsense. It depends on what I was doing and saying not purely on whether someone is alarmed ! Oh and by the way, here is part of the wording of section 5 which I think she forgot and many officers dont seem to remember... (4)A constable may arrest a person without warrant if— (a)he engages in offensive conduct which [F2a] constable warns him to stop, and (b)he engages in further offensive conduct immediately or shortly after the warning.

Met police steal and lie
Metropolitan policeman takes a stick from a protester, and refuses to give number / receipt. Judge, jury and executioner all in one. The Metropolitan police have since issued an apology for the incident, and the matter continues to be dealt with by their management, so such incidents do not repeat themselves.

Met Police harass photographer at Palestinian Nakba - May 15 + "Now take a look at this cheeky bugger, this police officer Bully #2 badge TX 465 came to the rescue of his colleague officer TX 507 who was clearly loosing the battle whom we saw in the earlier photo. It was TX 465 we caught on video, he gladly shut up and walked back onto the road when i refused to move. This is when i took a picture of him. So he was arguing with me that i was blocking the pavement, i was clearly standing against the wall with all 3 of them surrounding me. I told them to go over to the other side where they will find plenty more people blocking the pavement. I was merely standing next to a man in a wheelchair but he insisted i move. So what did i do? I moved three steps to the right and told him i moved. He then told me to stop being "Pedantic". So we argued a bit more, I asked him whether he will arrest me, he said no, instead he said he will escort me. Escort me where? So i told him i wasn't going to move and i challenged him to do whatever he was going to do. So he stopped for a while and didn't say anything. This is when James Newman came along with his video camera after seeing the confrontation i was having. (He also helped me earlier with another altercation in the day with another set of police officers.) So we both stood there refusing to move, this is when they decided to back off because everything was being recorded and what they were infact doing was harassing us. The video link is posted below. Something i've learnt.. that is to always stand up for yourself, it only takes common sense to know what is right and what is wrong. James said to the officers that he knew the law which helped fend them off, at this point the officers knew if they got into any further discussions they could be in trouble. Smiling for the camera isn't going to help, officer TX 465 you lost this one! Notice his chum TX 507 was listening attentively." By Khalid Malik 957.1674784747&type=1&theater#!/photo.php?fbid=1588895257013&set=a.15888756 16522.67957.1674784747&type=1&theater&pid=1089681&id=1674784747

Operation Utah - Police target innocent motorists and don't even know the law
Quite simple. Man buys car, which is still insured by the previous owner on an "any driver" policy. UK insurance law states that a vehicle can only have 1 active policy at a time. No problem, the any driver policy covers that. But PC Sweeny can't grasp the concept that the person isn't insured, the vehicle is. But don't worry, with the assistance of 9 other police officers - I'm sure *someone* knows the law. Wait, no. They don't. Just tow the vehicle anyway... Learn the law police morons - how can they get away with this, on TV!?