>Forward Intelligence Teams on the Gaza march on Saturday faced their toughest opposition to date, as people from the march enthusiastically joined Fitwatch activists in blocking police cameras. As the FIT tried to film the march, they were soon challenged by Fitwatch activists. As the marchers saw what was happening more and more of them […]
>Spot the odd one out.
>24th January, 2pm, BBC Broadcasting House, Portland Place, London. As the militancy on the UK streets increases, so will the police repression. We must help defend this current wave of resistance. Given Israel’s alleged ceasefire, it is likely the protests will be smaller, but the anger will not, and should not, go away. Whatever the […]
>Following Israel’s announcement that they’d killed enough Palestinians to be going on with, London’s lamest decided to celebrate the military success by going on a rampage through the West End, terrifying the decent people going about their normal business, with helmetted hordes and triplets of SWAT-style vans speeding in every direction chasing shadows and shebab. […]
> This post started as a response to a comment on this thread. Some of it may be stuff we have said in the past, and it is a personal response. Firstly, let’s get one thing straight. Forward Intelligence Cops are not bastions of law and order, trying to keep the peace in difficult circumstances. […]
> The Gaza demonstration last Saturday (3rd Jan) was justifiably passionate, angry and determined, and there were many more there than the 12,000 that the police claimed. FIT coppers looked edgy from the start, focussing special attention on anyone who looked young Muslim and militant. But with such huge numbers of people, many wearing Arab […]
> Not my account, but one I came across on indymedia portraying the FIT team as being cool, calm, collected and in control. No, not really. The picture was entitled, ‘FIT run for their cowardly lives’. “I was surprised and like everyone, greatly cheered by the tannoy announcement urging everyone to march onto the Israeli […]
>This is a short vid from Saturday. One of the cops needing to get a grip is the ubiquitous Wesley Pritchard (MD862), it’s around 1 minute in:http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=A1qft9BUbNIShocking lack of respect for our hero police, I’m sure you’ll agree.