Thursday, 22 July 2010

G20 Protest death: G20 Protest death

G20 Protest death, unlawful killing of Ian Tomlinson, prosecution to follow, if not, why not? culpability, who are these people breaking protocol?
Once again we see those responsible for justice are not in balance

CPS decide that Ian Tomlinson’s death at the G20 protests was an
Unlawful killing, but no prosecution will follow, why not? Where is the accountability, the culpability, responsibility and law?
Who are these people breaking protocol?
How can this be?
Why didn’t the other police officers who were present arrest their colleague for assaulting Ian Tomlinson?

Where is the law?
Where is the justice
Where are people rights?
Where is the truth
Who do they think they are kidding?

They steal the money you earn
They tell you what to do
They kill people in your name
They remove your voice from their ears
They keep trying to chain you
Shackle your will
Keep you so busy spinning their will?
So how do you feel?
Do they divide and rule you
Deride and fool you

What about the peoples rights
Why do the police continue to defend and uphold unjust laws

New rules by the unelected government

Quangos cut organizations that is able to act independently of the government that they are financed by are going to be cut
Many of these are related to the environment. If some of these cuts are allowed to be implemented the environment will suffer and so to will the long term health of the population. Where is the duty of care?

Magistrate’s laws changing regarding citizens arrest

They are now saying that to make a citizens arrest a UK citizen must first make a submission/application to the director of prosecutions
This means that in most cases the time it will take bringing war criminals to account will be greatly hampered.
If this is allowed to be put in place it will not only aid foreign war criminals to avoid prosecution, but it will also aid the UK MPs in avoiding citizens arrest for their own war crimes.

Peter Tatchel said
“This is just one more hurdle to climb”

Where are the ambassadors for freedom?

It is your sovereign duty to uphold the law and protect the rights of the people

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