Photographing Police to become Illegal…

big-tomThis government is fucking un-believable. Not content with the overzealous use of section 44 of the Anti-Terrorism act 2000 the police are to receive even greater powers, including one that to all intents and purposes makes the photographing of police officers a criminal offence.
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The trouble is the arseholes that are police officers will use this as a means to preventing them being photographed when they batter protestors un-necessarily. It means less accountability than they have now.

You would also have though that the biggest users of images that have police officers in them would have been mounting a campaign to prevent this becoming law. Once again it means that the newspapers will expect us to get the pictures and expect us to bare the consequences. On this matter the media has been very quiet.

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What a day

holly-willoughby-ppuk0012There will be a couple of posts today, one about the new amendment to the Anti-Photographer Act 2000 (Sorry should read Anti-Terror Act) and the one about today’s jobs, firstly left home at stupid o’clock this morning to have a look at a story that I had received a tip off about, which unfortunately didn’t pan out. The second story was about a bunch of feckless, retards, who……Hang on I will talk about the rozzers later. These Feckless, work-shy retards are squatters that are squatting in a 13 million house in London’s Mayfair area, according to LBC Radio they were due to be rousted by the bailiffs and the rozzers after a court order for eviction was agreed yesterday. It turned out to be wrong.

So third attempt at a job eventually worked out, a picture of Holly Willoughby who is very pregnent. Job Jobbed. Sorry but I can’t tell you anymore…yet.

Only Papers to use the story to date was the Daily Mail Click Here and the Sun Click Here

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