Friday, 2 August 2013

Leicestershire's Puppet Police: 0. Leicester Citizens; 4

Leicestershire police have yet again shown that they are puppets for the “ruling elite”.

Remember the political arrests of the three demonstrators in Thurnby Lodge back in December 2012?

Three men were arrested, held in custody for up to seven hours before being charged and given conditional bail to appear before the Magistrates court. Charged with breaching a Section 14 public order notice, they finally appeared in court earlier this week.

Seven and a half months after their initial arrest they appeared for a two day trial with their solicitors, witnesses, family and friends. One would think that seven and a half months would be a long time to wait for a court appearance for such a minor matter. The delays were caused because Leicestershire police tried to withhold evidence which would later be helpful to the defence of these good men.

Without going into too much detail, one of the defendants was told at the end of the first day of the trial that he had “no case to answer” and the other two were given “not guilty verdicts” on the second day.

You may also remember the young mother arrested by a riot van full of body armoured police bully boys?

She has had all charges and restrictions dropped, after weeks of stress and turmoil.

These arrests were carried out for political reasons and those wanting to read the background into the lead up to these events should read the stories in the older post section of this web site.

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