Monday, August 08, 2011
LONDON'S TOTTENHAM RIOTS
On 8th August 2011 we learn that in the London Tottenham riot: the Bullet fired at a police officer 'belonged to the police'.
The riots in London started after the shooting of Mark Duggan by the police.
The police claimed that Duggan had fired a shot and had hit a police officer's radio.
But, it has now been reported that the bullet which lodged in the police officer's radio was police issue ammunition.
The news has undermined the police suggestion that there was an exchange of fire between Duggan and the police before Duggan died.
There have been reports that Duggan was 'assassinated' by the police.
An 'insider' talks about drugs and police in London
"Police don’t get paid a great wage to do their job, depending on what level they’re at, so it’s only realistic. People like to say it’s a bit of a myth that the “Stokey-Cokey” police here are bent: no, they’re bent, I’m sorry.
"They are the reason that some of this **** is on the streets. It’s their way of taxing it – they take it off this person, they turn that much back out and put the rest behind the desk and call it a seizure.
"That’s the way it works. I will tell you right now, that that ‘myth’ about feds being bent is not a myth.
"There are so many kids out there who get arrested for one thing and they get years, and then there’s people that you know keep getting arrested and they don’t do enough time for what they’ve done. Don’t ever get it twisted, the feds take certain kids, or certain men, put them back out on the streets so they can do their work for them. And there are people with feds on the pay roll."
The Insider - UK authorities drug-trafficking and money-laundering
The London police force, "has been criticised by a Judge for running a multi-million pound illegal drugs cartel and money laundering operation..."