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youtube by me: Police violence at protest 30th of june

at todays protest overly trigger (rather batton and fist) happy police officers unnecesarily applied excessive force and made pre-emptive arrests with no evidence. I managed to capture some of the mentioned violence in the link below to my youtube channel, in my misc playlist you will also be able to find videos from all of the other protests! thank you for reading and or watching!

Dissident Island Radio tonight - Episode 80

April 15, 2011 21:00

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Demotix: Police tactics following occupation of Fortnum & M

Department store Fortnum & Mason on Piccadilly was occupied by protesters this afternoon amidst the action. Police where overwhelmed by the sheer numbers of people and became kettled themselves causing brief clashes. London, UK, 26/03/2011.

www.dissidentisland.org: Dissident Island - Mar. 18 show ready for download

For episode 78, the Dissident Island Crew put together something extra hot.. A Sex Worker Special! The show features:



* Ava Caradona from x:talk discussing sex work and border regimes

* Claire, speaking candidly about her experiences of the vulnerabilities of working in different sex work settings

* Luca, a queer sex worker, political activist, and Open Sex Workers' University organiser, talking…

Demotix: Million Women Rise march through London

The Million Women Rise march passed through London ending in Trafalgar Square to demonstrate against male violence in celebration of International Women's Day (IWD) which has been recognised since 1911. London, UK 05/03/2011.

Demotix: Libyans continue anti-Gaddafi protest

Libyans continue to protest over Moammar Gaddafi outside their embassy in London as he refuses to step down amidst much violence and protests in Libya as a result of clashes between anti and pro-government militias. London, UK, 25/02/2011.

youtube: Police beat students unconscious & charge them wit

47 students were  injured on the 9TH of December 2010 as they gathered in London to show their disapproval of the trebling of their tuition fees.

Kettle the Cops - not quite

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When the cops were revelling in their unleashed brutality on DayX3, they also hit a 20 year old student on the head. At a press press conference on Saturday (video 1 | 2 | 3), it was explained how police neither let people accompagnie him, nor rendered assistance themselves. His mother has also explained how police were trying to stop him being admitted to hospital. After following a vigil last Fr…

JonnyVoid: Capitalism is dying, let it burn

A London College Student Writes for the void:

Having successfully escaped my college before they attempted to imprison us again, following the events of the 24th, when our tyrant deputy head locked the gates, resulting in many of us just climbing over them anyway, I began my journey to Malet Street.

I got on a bus and sat there for about an hour or two. Drove past Russell Square and saw the …

Krona: The Fight For Parliament - A Personal Recap

** TRIGGER WARNING: POLICE BRUTALITY **

(UPDATED TUMBLR NOTE: I’m sorry for posting this again. News outlets contacted have refused to publish any part of this report and are continuing to ignore first-hand accounts, occasionally posting bullshit quotes from politicians, union hacks and police chiefs about how great the police were on the day. I want this reblogged and spread to anyone and e…

ImcUK: Kettled During 9th of December Protest

My name is Rosie Bergonzi I am an A level student from Brighton. I attended to protest on Thursday the 9th of December and was kettled onto the bridge despite being an innocent protester. The mass media coverage of this event has, so far, been incredibly biased. Here is my account.

When I got on the train up to London with a small group of my friends we were in good spirits, making placards…

LibCom: On violence against the police - The Commune

A participant in the 9 December demonstrations against education cuts and fees in Parliament Square writes on the use of political violence, and condemnation of it in the media.

The condemnations are as predictable as they are boring. The public-school educated Sun hacks, who write like some coked up parodies of proletarian semi-literacy, refer to “louts” and “hooligans”. The Daily Mail co…

Fitwatch: Met’s published photos – info for students id’d

Once again the Met have released a set of images of people they want in connection with the student protests last Thursday.

If you or one of your mates is one of them, you’ll be worried and unsure about what to do. Before you do anything, read this first.

The dilemma is this - if you hand yourself in, you are DEFINITELY throwing away your chance of walking away from all this. If you don’t …

Fitwatch: Beating police repression

The remarkable and brilliant student action at Millbank has produced some predictable frothing at the mouth from the establishment and right wing press. Cameron has called for the ‘full weight of the law’ to fall on those who had caused tens of thousands of pounds of damage to the expensive decor at Tory party HQ. Responsibility is being placed on ‘a violent faction’, after the m…

jodymcintyre: ‘Day X’, the ‘Day Parliament Would Vote On Tuition

Suddenly, four policemen grabbed my shoulders and pulled me out of my wheelchair. My friends and younger brother struggled to pull me back, but were beaten away with batons. The police carried me away. Around five minutes later, my younger brother was also forced through, the wheelchair still in his hands. Read full report...

The full force of the law

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Last Thursday we saw another round of breach the human rights with open air detainment, crushing of protesters, furious baton charges and last but not least horse charges into tightly packed crowds. Sound familiar? Remember the G20 last year? While Cameron is announcing to bring down "the full force of the law" on protesters in this so called democracy, and there is public debate whether water can…

: Mule: massive increase in domestic abuse calls

Greater Manchester Police recorded 353 incidents of domestic abuse in the city following England’s World Cup defeat against Germany, making it the second highest recording of domestic abuse this year, after New Year’s Day.

Manchester City Council’s Lead Member on Women, Councillor Suzanne Richards, said: “The statistics show that major sporting events and the consumption of alcohol lead…

Blac Blocs NVDA [Stop Motion Music Video

The stop-motion animation that took us over a year to complete is finally online...

: ‘Million Women Rise’ march through London

Over 500 women took to the streets of London marching down Oxford Street and Regent Street to Trafalgar Square, calling for a stop to male violence against women two days before International Women’s Day. London, United Kingdom, 06/03/2010.

Londinium: Photographs by Max Reeves

November 03, 2009 09:30

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Barbican Library Foyer Barbican Centre, Silk Street,

London EC2Y 8DS Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday: 9.30am - 5.30pm

Tuesday, Thursday: 9.30am - 7.30pm Friday: 9.30am - 2.00pm Saturday:

9.30am - 4.00pm

an invitation from the police

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Not sure what to do when your mates are beaten up by the cops?

Help is at hand!

FOREST OF CROCODILES

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To understand these people is to feel their fears and walk in a forest of unknown things. This film is about rural white South Africans addressing their fears of crime, violence and black people.



Some are well resourced while others are ingeniously resourceful. The consequences are regression and isolation or freedom from fear. Like crocodiles, these people have been left to evolve according to th…

kettle the Yard Demo - pics

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March via Downing street to New Scotland Yard in protest against police violence. 

Remembrance Vigil outside Scotland Yard

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LONDON, UK - 20.05.09: A vigil was held at New Scotland yard this evening for those who have died in police custody. Campaigners and some members of families of those who have died laid flowers and lit candles in remembrance. The vigil was organised by the United Campaign Against Police Violence.

Getting to the Truth march - Pics

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People took to the streets to express their compassion with the family of Ian Tomlinson who tragically died during the 1st April protests at the Bank of England. They were calling for an independent public inquiry into the instances of police violence that occurred though out the week and to establish to true circumstances of his death. [See Eyewitness statement and interview]

Kettles to be brought to Human Rights Court

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Speaker at Getting to the Truth march denounces campaign to label protesters criminal and terrorist and announces that people are going to the European Court for Human Rights to challenge the Police Policy of Containment, because it is dangerous, it causes crushing on the inside, it's draconian and it's against the democratic right to protest.



Call for people, who have been held in containment duri…

Short Clip of "Getting to the truth" march

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On April 4th, about 100 people gathered at Bank and then marched past Liverpool Street Station and RBS towards Bethnal Green, to protest against police brutality and demand an independent inquiry into the police strategies used during the protests against the G20 and the death of a man under still unconfirmed circumstances on April 1st. [See Eyewitness statement and interview]

See also the video

BAE hustling to supply the US "surge"

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BAE Systems, Europe's largest defence contractor, is gearing up to supply the United States with new armoured vehicles for President Obama's troop surge in Afghanistan.

 

Rally against Police Brutality

January 11, 2009 17:00

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Kensington Police Station

72 Earl's Court Road

W8

Come out of high street kensington tube and turn left. Left again at the next big cross roads.

Greek Embassy Shut Down

After police shot and killed a teenage boy last Saturday, protests have errupted all over Greece. The international community has responded with solidarity actions all over Europe. Today the Greek Embassy in London has been blockaded since the early morning hours. Clerks were sent home, and police closed off the road.

There have been reports of some arrests and police violence, one officer being …