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Met Police U2092 punch, student protest 30 Nov 2010

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Published on Dec 1, 2010

Metropolitan Police Territorial Support Group officer U2092 tries to punch me for the crime of recording his identification number - impact at 0:36 - welcome to the internet you jerk! We all appreciate the police for trying to protect society from criminals and terrorists, but U2092 you're not above the law. U2092 has a Scottish accent, if anyone knows his name, drop me a line.

This video was filmed as police forced peaceful anti-cuts protestors into a kettle near Buckingham Palace, London, around 1pm to 2pm, 30 Nov 2010. Police use kettling to incite and encourage criminality, so they can exploit anti-cuts protests to help justify their own funding and protect their jobs.

Using a Flip-Cam (or any other mini-camcorder) to video police ID numbers (and shouting out the numbers to make sure the police know their actions are being recorded) proved a good way of getting protestors released from illegal arrests, and this got several innocent students released at different times.

More videos of Metropolitan Police assaults -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KdBOyj...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-etV57...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Territor...

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