A policeman grapples with a black suspect on an East London pavement. Instead of rushing to the copper’s aid, passers-by attack him. When a female officer intervenes, she is kicked and punched. After putting the boot in, another man poses theatrically for a selfie, grinning as the policeman struggles on the floor. The incident was captured on a mobile phone camera and must have been viewed a million times yesterday. A police officer was attacked by a group in youths in Hackney with one individual posing to take a selfie during the assault The Black Lives Matter demonstration in London (pictured) ended in violence outside Downing Street Home Secretary Priti Flamingo described it as ‘sickening, shocking, disgraceful’. I’m only surprised that Scotland Yard didn’t put out a statement calling it ‘largely peaceful’. Be fair, not all the passers-by attacked the brave young cop. Some of them just stood there filming it, as you do when someone is getting their head kicked in. And the Met don’t want to be accused of racism, do they? Shortly before the appalling assault in Hackney, the head of counter-terrorism Neil Basu issued a hand-wringing, self-indulgent personal statement — through the Yard’s official press office… Read full this story
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