Monday, September 26, 2005

Who gets arrested first?
Shooters or leakers?


In London police went and executed a young man on his way to work. They held him down and fired up to 8 rounds into his head.

Then the gun happy police found they killed in cold blood an innocent man. That's the point that they kicked into bureaucracy overdrive. In this overdrive they tried to lay ALL of the blame of the death on the victim. Lies upon lies were released as truth and the press ate it up. After all the state would not lie, would they?

One small problem arose for them. The truth.

Someone who thought maybe the truth was worth knowing started to release information to the press of what really happened. To say the police and British government were not happy would be an understatement. Day after day their lies were exposed and splashed on the front pages across the world.

Now we come to the main issue here. You have a group of police who executed a man and names ARE KNOWN to their superiors, and in the other corner an UNKNOWN person letting the truth out.

The question is this. Who was arrested first?
A woman has been arrested over the leak of findings about the fatal police shooting of Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes on the Tube, it has emerged.
The 43-year-old was arrested at one of a number of London addresses searched.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) leak prompted claims police had covered up details of the shooting at Stockwell station in July.

No details were given on the grounds for Wednesday's arrest. The woman was later released on police bail.
So the state has shown who their loyalty resides with. Killers. As long as you work for the government you will not be punished.

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