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Police claim they ‘showed restraint’ at student demo.

Thousands of police were on the streets yesterday, many equipped with hard hats and weapons from the start, all intent on imprisoning protesters in a makeshift detention centre outside the houses of parliament. They viciously and repeatedly beat protesters around … Continue reading

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Call to Resist Police Data Gathering

This building up of ‘intelligence’ on political protesters must be resisted. The police have admitted building up information on police databases, and using intelligence to actively ‘disrupt’ groups or individuals involved in planning or co-ordinating protest. This is not something any of us should help them with!
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Mark ‘Stone/Kennedy’ exposed as undercover police officer‏

The following post has been taken from Indymedia. There is no reason to doubt it’s authenticity. While it is sickening, it is no surprise to discover undercover police working in this way. There have been other accounts of such things … Continue reading

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Policing Report: Brussels No Borders Camp 2010

This report was written for Fitwatch by a no borders activist. This report is a basic document gathered from direct witnesses, anecdotal evidence, footage, legal documents and statements after the incidents. It is no way entirely comprehensive or representative of … Continue reading

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EDL trash houses and Asian businesses as they go on the rampage in Dudley

At least a couple of dozen houses, cars and local small businesses in Dudley town centre were yesterday attacked by demonstrators from the anti-Islamic English Defence League (EDL). Around two hundred EDL broke their way out of police cordons to … Continue reading

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Europe wide surveillance on ‘extremists’.

This initiative, like its predecessors in the UK, has big implications. It can only entrench suspicion that any Muslim holding non-mainstream views is automatically branded a potential terrorist. Not just Muslims, of course. We seem to be heading into a situation where anyone challenging the status quo is fair game for an increasing array of state sanctions.

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