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Thursday, December 29, 2005

Police state: unlimited powers of arrest

"Police are to be given sweeping powers to arrest people for every offence, including dropping litter, failure to wear a seat belt and other minor misdemeanours. The measures, which come into force on Jan 1, are the biggest expansion in decades of police powers to deprive people of their liberty. At present, officers can generally arrest people if they suspect them of committing an offence which carries at least five years in prison. They will now have the discretion to detain someone if they suspect any offence and think that an arrest is "necessary" Telegraph via Prison Planet

People should resist these arrests, and not cooperate or help the police at all. The UK is in real trouble, and something has gone badly badly wrong. It might be a good idea to get out now actually. As for pay-roll scum like Hazel Blears, who says "It is vital that the police are equipped with the powers they need to enable them to do their jobs properly and effectively. The powers need to be updated to reflect modern policing priorities and the changing nature of criminal activity.

"We need to maintain the crucial balance between the powers of the police and an individual's rights."

Sigh, stupid pin-headed little witch, drop the double speak and go and slit your wrists.


Blogger The Antagonist said...

"There is no general legal duty to assist the police or to obey police instructions." - Rice v Connolly [1966] 2 QB 414.

12:51 AM  
Blogger J.UL1R4 said...

Very interesting indeed. Thanks for sharing that. I'd better get your link up Antagonist!

12:53 PM  

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