Police Intimidation Fails Against Clued-up Anti-Fur Protesters





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Published on Jan 15, 2011

Two police arrived and one officer began ordering the activists move across the road, trying to insist on an activists details and trying to grab an activists camera, telling him to stop filming -- but the officer was to be disappointed as campaigners declined his unlawful orders! The officer, realising the protesters were legally clued up, backed down totally! The other officer on the scene stood watching his colleague's ridiculous shenanigans in embarrassment.

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Zacharie Winters
It is against the law to Film or photograph someone against their will in a private place without their consent and you must have consent to Film or photograph a minor, None of these rules were broken here so this policeman is a fool.
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A monkey with a walkie talkie and a pair of specs.
Patric Preece
the only obstruction bullshit and intimidation I can see is Yes as usual the Corporate THUGS
gigi hentz
And yes that is again a abuse from police officer on a public place! He refused to identify him self as required and agresed the person filming him while on public place. 
Typical police fallback tactic, "breach of the peace" "incitement" "anti-social behaviour" all the police officers favourite abuse of the legal system for anybody who they can't bully and intimidate. Shouldn't he be out looking for real criminals? You know, the ones in the banks and in parliament would be a good start.
bill coop
I used to live next to a police "close" for retired officers, and 25 years ago I would have said that the majority at least wanted to do good, even if misguided. Now we have a stuation with so many criminals in the force that the best bet is either to leave the country, or go under a false name and address to protect yourself from this vengful scum.
edward french
pC 219 KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT THE LAW,,Why do people think the police know about law
Tybok C
The  police  here were trying to impose a statue upon someone. The  person  filming was  clued up on the   law.. and  knew Statutes & Acts aren't  Laws.. Only Common Law is. Stand  by the  Common Law jurisdiction and their's nothing they can do. As Common Law supercedes all Acts & Statues.. 
Tybok C
Lawfully and  legally  we've a right to protest. Also people have the  right  to  film in a  public place. 
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