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    <expletive deleted>

    If you are having trouble reading the letter from the Met, here it is...

    Edit - Have a look at the article and the video from the Guardian if you want some back story
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    LOL. How forceful was this unlawful conduct?
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    (Original post by marcusfox)
    <expletive deleted>

    If you are having trouble reading the letter from the Met, here it is...
    Obviously fake.
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    (Original post by James82)
    Obviously fake.
    Suuuuuuuure.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/ma...-poster-police
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    Surely Samantha Cameron is the ****er. No?
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    I'm talking about the letter, there is no way the Met would be stupid enough to admit that the act unlawfully.
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    (Original post by James82)
    I'm talking about the letter, there is no way the Met would be stupid enough to admit that the act unlawfully.
    No chance of you admitting you have some sort of anti-police agenda then?
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    (Original post by marcusfox)
    No chance of you admitting you have some sort of anti-police agenda then?
    Nope, I have a smelling bull**** agenda.
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    (Original post by James82)
    Nope, I have a smelling bull**** agenda.
    :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by James82)
    Obviously fake.
    It's not, the story is entirely true. The original poster was a Class War poster
    http://ianbone.wordpress.com/2012/03...-compensation/
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    ...massive bellend?
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    (Original post by Kibalchich)
    It's not, the story is entirely true. The original poster was a Class War poster
    http://ianbone.wordpress.com/2012/03...-compensation/
    Your link seems to have mysteriously disappeared, I wonder why?

    EDIT: Besides it's a website run by a well known anarchist, Ian Bone, and one of the contributors is, you've probably guessed it by now, a certain David Hoffman.
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    (Original post by marcusfox)
    <expletive deleted>

    If you are having trouble reading the letter from the Met, here it is...

    Edit - Have a look at the article and the video from the Guardian if you want some back story
    Does this mean the the European Convention on Human Rights has actually done it's job for once and (albeit belately) protected the individual from arbitrary government?

    Rats!
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    (Original post by chefdave)
    Does this mean the the European Convention on Human Rights has actually done it's job for once and (albeit belately) protected the individual from arbitrary government?

    Rats!
    No, because the letter's not real.
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    (Original post by James82)
    Your link seems to have mysteriously disappeared, I wonder why?

    EDIT: Besides it's a website run by a well known anarchist, Ian Bone, and one of the contributors is, you've probably guessed it by now, a certain David Hoffman.

    its the stupid swear filter on here censoring the URL
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    have a look down this page

    http://ianbone.wordpress.com/page/4/
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    (Original post by Kibalchich)
    have a look down this page

    http://ianbone.wordpress.com/page/4/
    Perhaps you could find me a reliable source, not the blog of some anarchist where the supposed recipient of the letter is a contributor.

    Given the national coverage of the original story do you not think that at least one reputable news outlet would have picked up the story by now if the letter were genuine?

    I'm guessing that reputable sources have picked up on the story and either just laughed at the obviously fake letter or at least tried to determine its authenticity and have failed.

    There is no way that the Met would have sent such a letter.
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    What makes you so certain the met would not have sent that letter?
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    It appears to have been in the Standard last week.

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