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Three police officers have been arrested for allegedly exchanging “extreme” pornographic images. The Metropolitan Police said three constables were arrested on 19 December suspected of involvement in “possession and distribution of obscene images”. The officers are from the Diplomatic Protection Group, which guards foreign embassies and controls access to New Scotland Yard and Downing Street. One has been suspended and two have been put on “restricted duties”. The officers, who are all male, allegedly sent each other picture messages using smart phones, and the Met said the images were “extreme” but did not involve children.

Such unprofessional behaviour by such highly placed police officers should be punished.  It undermines our confidence in the Police.

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11 thoughts on “FROM PLEBGATE TO PORNGATE….

  1. //Such unprofessional behaviour by such highly placed police officers should be punished. //

    What if they had been exchanging pictures of their favourite football teams or cooking recipes?

    Porn pictures, even “extreme” porn pics, whatever that is, are as legal in Britain as any of the others. No grounds for punishment.

  2. I sniff a plot by political people to discredit, by any means possible, the same people who knifed Andrew Mitchell with ‘Plebgate’.

    If you can’t find something wrong witrh their work, dig down and find something dirty!

  3. If you can’t find something wrong witrh their work, dig down and find something dirty!

    I wonder if they really believed that if “They had nothing to hide. they had nothing to fear”

  4. Porn pictures, even “extreme” porn pics, whatever that is, are as legal in Britain as any of the others. No grounds for punishment

    That’s true Noel. The related concern I would have is the close association between the porn industry and the people trafficking of young women into sexual slavery.

    But no, these pics are not illegal, although perhaps the act was unprofessional?

  5. Ernest

    None of this will never see the light of day, there will bo no arrests and no justice, why?

    Well, he wears hushpuppies, smokes cigars and likes a glass of whiskey, and now is the ‘Minister with no portfolio’

    And he was the ‘Minister for injustice justice’

    There is no justice.

  6. Colm, on February 8th, 2014 at 4:32 PM Said:

    Careful Harri – don’t open ATW up to libel.

    No chance of that Colm, the very last thing the establishment want is the majority of the serfs knowing the stark staring horrific truth of it all.

  7. Porn and obscenity are being used to undermine the moral basis of the (post-)Christian world as the example posted shows, but who drive this agenda?

    http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/jewish-world-features/.premium-1.572391

    Brilliant actors like Larry David and Sarah Silverman are challenging America’s powerful religious, family-friendly culture and asserting their Jewishness by glorifying obscenity.

    In a tidy coincidence, two separate videos went viral last week, demonstrating that American Jews’ love affair with obscenity is still going strong. Sarah Silverman talks about being visited by Jesus Christ, who asks her to spread a message about women’s reproductive rights (“We’ve got to legislate that shit,” the comedienne said, mocking conservatives who want to use the law to limit women’s health care options), while a fan-produced supercut strung together three minutes of uninterrupted insults by Larry David on “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

    As far as I know, only Silverman has publicly called herself a “dirty Jew,” purring the words alluringly in her 2005 performance film ”Jesus Is Magic,” but David’s gleeful, exuberant and inimitable spewing of obscenities suggests he might not exactly mind being thought of as a dirty Jew, either.

    In my recently published book, “Unclean Lips: Obscenity, Jews, and American Culture,” I explain why, beginning in the late 19th century, American Jews have found the explicit representation of sex, and four-letter words, so very useful. The answers vary: Some Jews use obscenity to fight anti-Semitism, while others use it to rewrite traditional Jewish stories in a contemporary idiom.

    Christian campaigns against obscenity – and the vague, recrudescent sense promoted by Scalia’s remark that the people using obscenity are not sufficiently Christian or authentically American – may help to explain why, in a media environment in which the representation of sex and the use of taboo language smacks increasingly of banality, brilliant performers like David and Silverman continue not only to assert their Jewishness emphatically, in virtually every one of their performances, but also to glory in and glorify the use of such language. Especially because the Christian right goes to such great lengths to demonstrate that Jews should not feel excluded from its initiatives – who loves Jews nowadays more than the Christian right, right? – identifying oneself as a “dirty Jew” in 21st-century America is one way to signal your opposition not just to the banalities of the market-driven family-friendly culture, but also to the nation’s most powerful socially, religiously and politically reactionary movement.

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