Police Brutality: A Global Problem | Wycombe Arrest

Police arrest video July 2014



Supt Ed McLean, the Wycombe Area Commander, said: “Having reviewed the incident, it is clear my officers were faced with a challenging and difficult situation.

“A man was non-compliant and was actively resisting arrest.

“Officers were faced with a crowd who at times appeared extremely hostile and were, in my view, inflaming an already difficult situation.”

The Justice4Paps campaign group, which is working alongside the arrested man, said the level of force used by officers was “extremely excessive and completely disproportionate to the situation”.

Saqib Deshmukh said: “We were taken aback by how defensive the statement from the police was. It seems they are trying to justify it.


Full story:  Video: Police to investigate officer’s behaviour during Wycombe arrest




Police Officers  are full of excuses.  They  lack integrity and  are clever liars internationally.  Are police officers  accountable for their actions anywhere on this planet?  Are they required to apply their training:  on the job?

Perhaps the gentleman in the video  who said the cop was on drugs, was probably correct?

Lastly,  I am not sure how Supt Ed McLean made the above statement without looking at the evidence and history but that appears to work well internationally.


An important  observation:   There are attempts at justice in other nations unlike the United States where no attempt at justice is made–Justice is an illusion to be mocked.

In the United States,  it more likely than not,  the  man tackled and beaten by officers   would be dead with  over 20 bullets piercing his head and chest–courtesy of American Justice.  Eyewitnesses speaking up for justice would also be dead– courtesy of American Justice.

Police Brutality? (ORIGINAL)

Justice is an Illusion


In recognizing the humanity of our fellow beings, we pay ourselves the highest tribute. -Thurgood Marshall


Thurgood Justice




Justice is an illusion.



Author: Angela Grant

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