>Police March FIT pics

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>Update to my last post… now sorted through all the pics and extracted those with clear shots of numbers. Not quite as many as I would have liked (originally had quite a few more, but they weren’t FIT!)… CO 2558CO 5090CO 5466SX 32 You can see them all here Fitwatchers are of course welcome to […]

>Fit Watch Delay Start of Police March

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> Okay – maybe for only five minutes – but at least we got to obstruct 20,000 cops, which might be a record. Fit Watch set out to turn the tables on the cops at the Police Federation march and give them a taste of their own medicine. It wasn’t out most organised action by […]

>fitwatch on the cop march

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>I was looking forward to spending a happy couple of hours on the police demo giving cops a hard time for claiming rights to demonstrate that they deny to others. For once the police were not doing everything they could to ID and photograph the marchers. They were not building up their database of ‘dissenters’. […]

>Fit Watch Prop for police march

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> Metropolitan Police Service New Scotland Yard Broadway LondonSW1H 0BG 020 7230 1212 Dear Sir/MadamUnder Section 14 of the Public Order Act 1986, we are imposing conditions on this demonstration. Whilst we respect your right to peacefully demonstrate, we fear that due to the nature of this protest, there is a risk of public disorder. […]

>Fit Up the Cops: It’s Pay Back Time

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>January 23rdCORRECTONmeet 9:30 – Tyburn Pub – Edgware Road (nearest tube Marble Arch). On January 23rd, the police will be marching through London demandinghigher pay. Present will be violent trouble makers and threats to publicorder, including veterans from J18, Mayday and G8. Fit Watch are determined that this small minority will not wreck havocthrough Central […]

>Profiling the Police

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>In preperation for our overt surveillance presence at the police march, we think it’s about time we started our own profiles of the FIT. The FIT are constantly collecting profile information about us, including friends, the ways in which we respond to different situations, what winds us up, makes us upset and how they can […]