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G20 Protest Death: Ian Tomlinson’s Head Injuries And Chinese Police Techniques

by | 24th, April 2009

chinese-torch-team1FLICKING through the Chinese police training manual, Practices of City Administration Enforcement, we consider tips on the best way to beat up citizens.

“In dealing with the subject, take care to leave no blood on the face, no wounds on the body, and no people in the vicinity.”

Had only the Chinese had the common decency to leave the manual behind when they were jogging through London with the Olympic torch aflame in their hands our brave Bobbies would not have to deal with Sky News’ picture of dead newspaper seller Ian Tomlinson’s head injury.

ian-tomlinson-headTomlinson was pushed onto the pavement by a policeman and beaten about the legs by the police during the G20 protests. And now Sky zooms in on head injury.

Had the Boys In (Black and) Blue been as properly trained as their Chinese counterparts, they would have bene protected from the likes of Tomlinson.

Says one officer, who has removed his number:

“I told the lads that we can’t go on forever waiting for a flight of stairs to trip people up and injure them about the legs, back, shoulders and knees. People have flats these days and lifts.”

A cop by the name of PC Ward is allegedly telling pals on his Facebook page he “couldn’t wait to bash some long-haired hippies” at the G20 protests.

Says our whistleblower:

“Facebook! We need a Not In The Face Book before it’s too late.”

The case continues…

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