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It is indeed a long time from the days of my youth, when the catchphrase was: The Police are on Your Side’.

Many policemen and women are still worthy of that statement, old-fashioned though it may be, but for some, attracted only by an easy arrest and conviction through subterfuge and lies; they are definitely NOT!

 

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7 thoughts on “Its not a fair Copper!

  1. This is dreadful, and why we need police:

    http://www.myrecordjournal.com/wallingford/wallingfordnews/7490124-129/wallingford-police-look-into-complaint-about-nazi-confederate-items-sold.html

    WALLINGFORD — Local police received a complaint when a shopper discovered Nazi and Confederate merchandise at a popular flea market last weekend, according to Chief William Wright.

    An officer responded to the Redwood Flea Market on South Turnpike Road Sunday to investigate the report and found Nazi and Confederate memorabilia for sale. He told the complainant, who is Jewish, there was nothing police could do because the merchandise was on private property.

    The complainant, a town resident, feared possible backlash and asked to remain anonymous. He told the Record-Journal that in addition to several showcases there was Nazi merchandise, including German helmets with swastikas, images of Hitler, and Jewish stars of David, in a truck.

    “I was shaking and almost vomiting,” he said. “I had to run. My grandmother had numbers,” he said, referring to the Nazi system of tattooing numbers on prisoners

    Jason Teal, president of the Meriden-Wallingford NAACP, said he was not familiar with the flea market and had not heard any complaints about the merchandise being sold there.

    “It’s difficult because it’s on private property and it’s considered free speech,” Teal said.

    Joshua Sayles, assistant regional director of the Anti-Defamation League in Connecticut, said selling Confederate and Nazi goods isn’t a moral issue if the merchandise consists of authentic war pieces purchased by a serious collector. But too often, they are cheap replicas and used as symbols of hate.

    “It’s not the first time I’ve heard of this,” Sayles said. “It’s unfortunate that under the law people have the right to sell these things; but it doesn’t mean they should sell these things. It’s not a crime but I would call it hate. (A@A – In other words, the Anti-Defamation League would like to ban the sale of Confederate memorabilia even on private property.)

    Police! ADL! NAACP! Note that this man is not a Holocaust Survivor, or the child of Holocaust survivors—he’s the grandchild of Holocaust Survivors. When will this end?

  2. It won’t end – it’s just beginning:

    http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/naacp-wants-removal-confederate-generals-stone-mou/nmyKH/

    STONE MOUNTAIN, Ga. —
    The Atlanta chapter of the NAACP officially called for the elimination of all symbols of the Confederacy from Stone Mountain.

    This comes on the heels of the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the South Carolina State House.

    NAACP’s Richard Rose says the time to move is now, but admits it may be a steep slope to climb.

  3. I own several belt buckles with ANV Confederate flags on them. I own a Confederate ANV Battle flag (it was a gift). My wife owns four Golliwogs. I like Country music you see.

    Should I arrest myself?, immediately commit a murder / suicide thing with the wife? Or simply laugh at the PC loons…..I’m going with number three.

    Now where can I buy a huge V8 pickup with guns in the back window…in Sarf Essex…oh well.

  4. Dogisgreat, on July 16th, 2015 at 5:55 PM Said:
    I own several belt buckles with ANV Confederate flags on them. I own a Confederate ANV Battle flag (it was a gift). My wife owns four Golliwogs. I like Country music you see.

    Somewhere in the loft, I have some of my Grandad’s stuff, there is an SS dagger and sheath.

    I don’t know if he killed someone ‘during the war’ or he stole it, or what?

    It’s amongst a huge box of trench art he bought home at some point in his life, along with a few rifle bayonets.

    Now, seeming as his mother was a Jew, I don’t think she bought it for him as a Christmas present, I will have to ask my Mother to see if she can shed any light on it.

  5. I have several Lynyrd Skynyrd albums from decades ago (late ’70’s). That means that I’m in trouble – Double Trouble?

  6. Allan@Aberdeen, on July 16th, 2015 at 6:26 PM Said:

    I have several Lynyrd Skynyrd albums from decades ago (late ’70’s). That means that I’m in trouble – Double Trouble?

    That’s a war crime these days, you’ll be up at the Hague in no time. Say Hi to Bliar while your there. 😉

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