Student Demonstrator Goes Down

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Edward Woollard, who pled guilty to violent disorder for throwing a fire extinguisher off the Tory Party HQ during anti-cuts demonstrations, has been sent down for 2 years and 8 months. This begs an answer to the question: what exactly is the merit of pleading Guilty in the first place? With the state desperate to […]

Police refuse to make public the role of undercover cop.

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Once again the story of Mark Stone / Kennedy has hit the press, this time after he has apparently offered to give evidence on behalf of the defendants in the Ratcliffe trial. The trial was ultimately dropped by the prosecution after the police declined to provide disclosure relating to the former undercover cop, who was […]