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Wednesday, 31 March 2010

A bit Smellie to me.

Remember watching this.

Well it would appear that he has got away with it. Although there maybe  disciplinary action against him.

A Metropolitan Police officer accused of striking a woman with a metal baton at a G20 demonstration has been cleared of common assault.

Sgt Delroy Smellie denied attacking Nicola Fisher, 36, of Brighton, at the G20 protest in London in April 2009.

To me this was beyond belief.

Judge Wickham added: "I am satisfied he honestly believed it was necessary to use force to defend himself."

Watch the footage again and just look at their relevant sizes, for Christ's sake.

This is what happens when there is no jury.

The country really has gone to the pigs dogs.



  1. The silly cow didn't show up at court to give evidence. Nor did her ex-boyfriend. As a result, or so it seems, the beak didn't allow their statements as evidence, which isn't unreasonable if you ask me. Frankly, bastard though he may well be, a conviction would have been dodgy news for everyone else. A bit of YouTube evidence and some guff signed months back by someone who won't come and back it up under cross examination - but is happy to go to the tabloids with it for £25 grand - could have become enough to secure a conviction, and that would apply to everyone.

  2. Could she take civil action against this man as an individual who has caused her actual bodily harm?


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