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20 year old student admitted to hospital with bleeding on the brain Watch

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    after being beaten by a policeman, lucky to be alive

    poor old Prince big ears though , his bentley got splattered with paint
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    Two things...

    Why is he bleeding on the brain? I don't understand how he is bleeding on the brain. Is he missing the top half of his skull?

    Secondly, link please.
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    For all you know he could of been one of the morons throwing flares at police. Or trying to ram police with a fence. Your trying to use this at as an argument against the police yet I doubt you know the full situation.
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    Link please.

    If it is true, you won't be seeing it on the BBC news - they'll just report exaggerated superficial injuries of policemen for propaganda.


    EDIT: Yes, okay I got this wrong :rolleyes:, but it won't be covered as much as the royal car getting attacked which is quite wrong tbh.
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    (Original post by Teaddict)
    Two things...

    Why is he bleeding on the brain? I don't understand how he is bleeding on the brain. Is he missing the top half of his skull?

    Secondly, link please.
    http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/UK-...th_A_Truncheon
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    Heard this on news, apparently he suffered large internal bleeding in his brain.

    Hope he makes a swift recovery
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    (Original post by Aj12)
    For all you know he could of been one of the morons throwing flares at police. Or trying to ram police with a fence. Your trying to use this at as an argument against the police yet I doubt you know the full situation.
    I'm surprised he didn't open his post with "Ian Tomlinson" or "Charles de Menezes".

    As that seems to be standard with the anti-police posters.
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    (Original post by mellie220)
    Link please.

    If it is true, you won't be seeing it on the BBC news - they'll just report exaggerated superficial injuries of policemen for propaganda.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-11967098
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      (Original post by Duncan Idaho)
      after being beaten by a policeman, lucky to be alive

      poor old Prince big ears though , his bentley got splattered with paint
      According to the student representative on Sky News this morning, many of the students were taken to hospital with things like broken fingers etc. caused by police brutality.

      We tend not to hear about anything other than police injuries so this news was pretty surprising.
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      (Original post by mellie220)
      Link please.

      If it is true, you won't be seeing it on the BBC news - they'll just report exaggerated superficial injuries of policemen for propaganda.

      http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-11967098

      I need a smiley that depicts someone eating their words.
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      (Original post by W.H.T)
      Heard this on news, apparently he suffered large internal bleeding in his brain.

      Hope he makes a swift recovery
      Me too. Under EU law, if he dies and the force used against him by the police was not anything more than absolutely necessary, then the policeman as an agent of the United Kingdom implicates the state as a whole.
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      "The policeman offered to get him an ambulance but he was in shock and didn't know how serious it was."


      From the BBC.
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        (Original post by Teaddict)
        Two things...

        Why is he bleeding on the brain? I don't understand how he is bleeding on the brain. Is he missing the top half of his skull?

        Secondly, link please.
        Brain bleeds can be caused by being hit with a blunt instrument...such as a police baton. Not that I'm saying it was...but it's one of the reasons.
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        If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen - his choice.
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        (Original post by Potally_Tissed)
        http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-11967098

        I need a smiley that depicts someone eating their words.
        :P Well, it won't be on the national TV report I should imagine.

        I'll probably be eating them words later on mind you...
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        (Original post by yawn)
        According to the student representative on Sky News this morning, many of the students were taken to hospital with things like broken fingers etc. caused by police brutality.

        We tend not to hear about anything other than police injuries so this news was pretty surprising.
        Yeah police brutality. I saw the protesters being hit on the fingers by clubs. Guess what they were doing?




        Trying to ram a piece of fencing into police lines.

        Idiot
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        Had it coming to him.
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        (Original post by Eloades11)
        stupid guy deserved it for rioting then, we cant just let people like him smash up things without getting what they deserve.
        yes, how dare he participate in a protest against government policy
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        If the guy wasn't doing anything, he was more than likely standing next to one of the morons attacking the police. In which case, it's unlikely you could avoid getting hit. Either way, there is not enough information to work out what happened. I'm sure in due course we will found out more details
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        Shouldn't have played with fire.

        The risk was there, the riot became violent and sadly people got hurt.
       
       
       
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