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Armed police Arrested me for section 5 public order act (NFA)


ChristopherM

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ChristopherM

I've been a photographer for many years doing stuff like this and have never been arrested. Maybe he got unlucky?

 

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The camera man need to make a complaint to Tesco... 

I think I would have been going down the terror offences route to look at the pictures on the camera.

I like the way the officer dealt with his poor behaviour... No messing...

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All pretty standard, arrest on suspicion was justified once he refused to comply. He could have avoided it, but chose to argue. 
 

If no evidence exists then the case will go no further. 
 

Funny how people think they can do what they want and when they are held to account don’t like it.

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Very well handled by that cop. No mucking about with this idiot.

I have no problem with photographers, and even "auditors" to some extent. But this guy has such an aggressive confrontational attitude I'm glad it came back to bight him on the ass. Even if the job goes no further, I'm pleased he will have gone through the custody process just for refusing to give his details when an offence was suspected. 

Good job! 

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Not the first time that this crackpot has been pushing the boundaries. He knows everything, or so he thinks. Tell it to the Magistrates.  On a point I fail to see why this web sites tolerates this idiot, or is it just to humour him or publicise just what an idiot he is. He wanted a reaction, he got one.

To call him a "T**s Badger" is rude and unfair to T**s Badgers" they are a thousand times better than that specimen.

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On 27/09/2020 at 09:58, Cje.ex999 said:

What an utter T**T Badger

He is a total TB yes, but that doesn't mean that he doesn't have a right to film and for this to end up as a s5 POA is ridiculous. He essentially got locked up because he was doing something lawful, they didn't like it and the fuzz fell right into his silly trap. S5 has to be the most abused piece of legislation we have and it needs to be repealed because of instances exactly like this. It's basically creating an offence for "someone upset me and/or I'm unhappy about something". Aren't we all? Doesn't mean it should be an actual crime...

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This is off topic but today I saw a Prius for a police car an I was like lol who is he going to get maybe a Subaru BRZ but that’s basically all he can get if he tryes to pull someone over and they run.

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