Police end round-the-clock Assange detail at London's Ecuadorian embassy


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#2

Are you suggesting that the reason for the Met lacking resources to track down burglars and other street criminals* is because they’re too busy policing themselves? That’s logical, if not tautological.

*We’ll leave aside policing the kleptocrats; that’s another division.


#3

Funny, I thought it implied the opposite - they were all too busy thieving.


#4

Beware the trail of candy pieces, Mr Assange.


#5

Women of Britain, be on your guard.


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“Criminals who victimise ordinary people”? Like men who are accused of rape and sexual assault? I agree that the reason this is such a newsworthy big deal is Wikileaks, but let’s not forget the actual non-victimless crimes he was charged with.


#7

Let’s not forget: “innocent until proven guilty”.


#8

“Here, put on this fake tattoo so nobody recognizes you. Come on, Julian. LET’S GO.”


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Yeah, £12m is apparently a worthwhile use of money to try to catch someone who’s blown the whistle on state activity, but when it comes to policing your right to protest…

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/feb/13/metropolitan-police-london-rally-human-rights-breach-million-women-rise


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