Friday, April 17, 2009

Why famiLEE LEEgime said NO FILMING on their mata?

Sammyboy.Com Thread

In comparison Wong Kan Seng's policies which protest himself and his matas, contrasted out clearly against the British polices policies which protects THE PEOPLE showed out clearly here.

famiLEE LEEgime's cowards fear the people who they oppressed via their matas. They fear the embarassments when the actions of their matas got filmed and posted on the Internet. So all the more it is necessary for them to be exposed this way. Their recent NEW LAW bannig the filming of famiLEE LEEgime mata is only a joke - a self-defeating measure, which I will soon show the reason and counter-measures against.

famiLEE LEEgime sent Riot Squard to CPFB during our 4 person protest, they got filmed & exposed on Internet, following that in many many other occassions e.g. Speakers Cornered; Tak Boleh Tahan @ Parliament etc. They got filmed and exposed. Even in 2003 when arresting Dr CSJ & Mr Gandhi at enterence of Istana also filmed and exposed. They are so demaged by these exposure now they think their stupid NEW LAWS could safe their ass... SAD but IRONICAL!


British police had been filmed hitting a female protester during G20 meetings protests this month, the police department acted against their own mata:

UK G20 Police Brutality Case URL

G20 policing under investigation

A police sergeant filmed hitting out at a woman during the G20 protests has been suspended while the incident is investigated.

The actions of the territorial support group sergeant outside the Bank of England will be examined by officials at the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

But a spokesman said the woman from Brighton, known only as Nicky, has not yet come forward to make a formal complaint about the alleged assault on April 2.

Deborah Glass, of the IPCC, said the watchdog would investigate after the matter was referred to them by senior officers at the Metropolitan Police.

She said: "It is appropriate to use our own investigators to deal with this latest incident arising from the policing operation relating to the G20 Summit.

"I have taken this decision bearing in mind the death of Ian Tomlinson and the volume of complaints made by the public about the actions and tactics of the police service during the policing of the G20 demonstrations."

In a wider move, the police tactics used at the G20 demonstrations will also come under scrutiny, including the 'kettling' technique of holding demonstrators together in an enclosed area.

Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary Denis O'Connor will lead the review of strategies.

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson said: "G20 was a complex policing operation, managing the movement and protection of many heads of state across the capital while balancing the right to lawful protest and maintaining public order for many thousands of people.

"It is also the case that a number of complaints have been raised in relation to the tactic of containment and as to whether this achieves that balance. I want to be reassured that the use of this tactic remains appropriate and proportionate.

"Separately, I have already expressed my concern that the video footage of some police actions are clearly disturbing and should be thoroughly investigated.

"As well as the post-event investigation into those responsible for violence and disorder, I have also ensured that footage in police possession is reviewed to identify any other matters of individual police conduct that may warrant investigation.

"One matter that I also want to make clear is that uniformed police officers should be identifiable at all times by their shoulder identification numbers.

"The public has a right to be able to identify any uniformed officer whilst performing their duty. We must ensure this is always the case."