It takes 4 male Police Pigs to wake up a sleeping homeless woman, shove her, scream in her face & drag her up into the Police Van without arresting her, reading her rights or anything all because she was upset for being woken up outside McDonald’s 33/ 35 Briggate, Leeds, LS1 6HD 17:17pm 11/7/19.

I purposely recorded before & after event as the whole recording is the context. The footage shows homeless woman waking up, being screamed at, her being upset for being woken up & then manhandled into a van.

Notice how the dickless skinny prick who thinks he’s hard bullying a defenceless vulnerable woman wearing sunglasses is the one throwing his weight around & having a power trip. Also notice how he points at me and says I need chatting to? I am surprised he is allowed on the Police farce to be honest, clearly this is corporate greed motivated to protect McDonald’s revenue.

When West Yorkshire Police start getting laid off & Shades Mgee is jus

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Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which prohibits torture and other forms of ill-treatment, does not expressly provide that its terms are absolute. Nevertheless, the idea that Article 3 contains absolute rights is generally accepted.

Criminal Law Act 1967 A defendant is entitled to use reasonable force to protect himself, others for whom he is responsible and his property. It must be reasonable.” So it is not illegal to defend yourself in the UK, provided you are using reasonable force.

“The Government is clear that there should be no unnecessary restrictions on people’s right to peaceful protest. … This tradition was cemented into the rights to freedom of assembly and expression through the incorporation of the European Convention on Human Rights into domestic law in the Human Rights Act 1998 under this same act Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. This right shall include freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart information and ideas without interference by public authority and regardless of frontiers. ”


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