Leicestershire Police are currently arresting Thurnby Lodge Anti-Mosque protestors for a peaceful spontaneous demonstration outside the site of the proposed Mosque last Friday evening.
It is VITAL that ALL activists arrested or approached by the Police about this - or any other similar protest/ demo go "NO COMMENT".
The police in these cases look to have people incriminate themselves and the official advice is "SAY NOTHING! AND "SAY NOTHING WITH A SOLICITOR REPRESENTING YOU"
If you are arrested request the duty solicitor and refuse to be interviewed without said solicitor there.
Instruct the solicitor that you wish to make no comment and that the solicitor is to communicate this to the police in interview.
There will be no charge for getting the duty solicitor out but if anyone is charged for this service please contact the BNP HQ help line and the Treasury department who hold a fighting fund for these matters will assist.
This article relates to the Section 14 issued on Friday 14th at Thurnby Lodge.
Please click here to read the police notice: http://leicestershire.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/section-14-notice-slapped-on-thurnby.html
The first thing you will notice is that there are 2 separate pages; they were not stapled together, as one notice, and only the second sheet has been signed. This all looks very hasty and cobbled together at the last minute.
Look at the grammar and spelling, the awkward phrasing; is this what we expect of a professional body like our Police Force? The main page in particular appears to have been scribbled by some cadet who failed his YTS training!
One hopes that some of our police are more literate; those that are must be mortified by this example.
The thing people there found most shocking was that they were photographing the children present.
Don't you have to have the parents' permission to photograph children? Are we not ultra-careful about this these days? Apparently not, if you are persecuting residents with a grievance.
All this happened under the auspices of an officious little Inspector, marching about very full of himself, I'm told. One wag suggested that he suffers from "small man syndrome", another that he had modelled himself on Captain Mainwaring!
One thing is for sure; the screws are being tightened against the good people of Thurnby Lodge.
The hope is obviously that they will be intimidated into giving up their fight for justice and right. But from what I know historically of this estate, it will make them only more determined to stand firm against the increasingly frantic bullying being directed towards them.
The fight goes on.