TaliDan government goons at work

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  1. Cassie of Sydney

    Grotesque…….I find it hard to watch.

  2. Mustapha Bunn

    I have just put this up on farcebook,I would ask everyone to do similar. And ask where the feminists are including Mz Misogyny herself who seems to have disappeared.

  3. Riversutra

    When the members of Vic Pol saw that cop/thug grab the phone out of the hand of a seated bystander in the park….they can legally seize from the suspect, not the bystander…and absolutely no one even suggested he be charged? counselled? or even investigated? Just , it happened, let’s move on. To the next one….and the next one and , well, you know how this story ends.

  4. candy

    I’m not exactly sure now after the last few months or so, that we are not just seeing some people being stubborn deliberately to develop a “scene” for social media. Saying “I’m not safe, you’re armed” is not so great.

    There’s no history of Australian police shooting people in cars for minor offences, if that’s what she was implying.

    Some police have reached breaking point, that they can go from zero to nuclear in seconds?
    Time for Premier Andrews to cease restrictions and lockdowns.

  5. mh

    Victoria police go from ‘zero to nuclear’ in latest footage of police overreach

    The cops have to be decisive when dealing with nail technicians.

  6. mh

    At least the cop wasn’t looking at his watch.

  7. Crazyoldranga

    @Candy

    “There’s no history of Australian police shooting people in cars for minor offences, if that’s what she was implying.“

    True, but there is history of VicPlod shooting men in the back while they go down on their girlfriend at a private, adults only party.

  8. ev425128

    It’s only a matter of “when” now. Dandrews is trying to find the boundaries of what the sheep will accept. That’s been obvious from the start and confirmed by the curfew which has no logical basis at all.

    There will be no change tomorrow – one girl in Wallan, no big deal. Until people start adding up the examples of totalitarianism. Ballarat girl, park bench grandma, Avi Yemeni and now Wallan girl.

    We are living in a state where everything is forbidden unless expressly allowed by the Central Committee. So many people do not see this. In itself it describes a Dictatorship.

    The people of Victoria will push back eventually. Not If, When.

  9. incoherent rambler

    “There’s no history of Australian police shooting people in cars for minor offences, if that’s what she was implying.“

    Ahem. They shot out the windscreen of a geriatric a few weeks ago. Check the MSM news.

  10. Win

    What’s happened to the first assault on a female and having her face ground into the cement. She seems to have been disappeared.

  11. min

    What will happen even when we get down to 5 a day and everyone is let out numbers will go up .

  12. min

    The virus will not go away just like flu and colds viruses that hang around. However we get some sort of herd immunity . After lockdown there will be no herd immunity however even if numbers go up there will not be thousands of deaths . Danny Boy ignores what is happening overseas.

  13. The people who are defending these strong arm tactics because ‘muh COVID’ don’t seem to realise that this is the new normal as far as policing is concerned.
    The plod isn’t going to go back to ‘yes sir, no sir’ nice constabulary after the lockdowns.

  14. Rebel with cause

    We’re kidding ourselves.

    All across Victoria there will be discussion about the dangers of mobile phone holders and how ‘it’s a good thing’ the police taught this woman a lesson.

    We are a compliant lot.

  15. Jonesy

    Look, in the interests of personal safety, whatever the goons say to you, obey their authority. Not all coppers are bad. We just have to hope the good coppers override their union input and start actually upholding the right of the public.

    This government is no longer legitimate. One way or another, Victoria has been under special conditions since the start of the contrived fire emergency last year. Fire season is less than a month away….twelve bloody months these goons have attempted to micromanage Victorians in their every facet of life.

    The Andrews government is the best advertisement for fixed term government.

  16. Professor Fred Lenin

    I think they are fudging figures to justify the draconian fascist communistopressive regime they are
    imposing it wouldnt do to inform the public where these cases come from as the left dont admit to foul ups .
    I suspect they are health workers and institutionalised people the number of ordinary people is miniscule .
    The damage to public trust in government and police is enormous ,politiciands arer never trusted before this but now they so odious they are beneath contempt .
    VICPOL has been totally destroyed ,trust in them has been slipping since the useless Nixon ,Overland left aparatchiks started destroying it ,but the Stasi tactics under DANDEMIC DAN have completed the destruction of a once fine Police Force .
    The left always hate the police and military ,they are a threat to their total power ,just look at the corrupt decromats in the USA trying to destroy the police and politicise the military to keep the ribes coming .

  17. Fred

    This is the same police force that didn’t breath test Daniel Andrew’s wife when she hit a teenage boy riding a bicycle.

  18. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    VICPOL has been totally destroyed ,trust in them has been slipping since the useless Nixon ,Overland left aparatchiks started destroying it ,but the Stasi tactics under DANDEMIC DAN have completed the destruction of a once fine Police Force .

    How do you rebuild a force after all this rotten leadership?

  19. Roger

    The plod isn’t going to go back to ‘yes sir, no sir’ nice constabulary after the lockdowns.

    And the public won’t look at them in the same way either.

    And effective policing requires public support.

    Well done, VicPol.

  20. Seza

    Don’t forget the 38 week pregnant lady being told she couldn’t sit on a park bench because that wasn’t exercise! FFS – get that dweeby copper to carry me to the park on his back, and he will be looking to rest wherever he can. I like the fact that the Army support moved away, either because they didn’t want to lend their approval, or they were stifling a head shake and brow slap.

  21. John A

    Rebel with cause #3583296, posted on September 13, 2020 at 11:36 am

    We’re kidding ourselves.

    All across Victoria, there will be discussion about the dangers of mobile phone holders and how ‘it’s a good thing’ the police taught this woman a lesson.

    We are a compliant lot.

    But the poor lady did not appear the have a mobile phone in her hand. She was trying to show her papers.

  22. Crossie

    We are living in a state where everything is forbidden unless expressly allowed by the Central Committee. So many people do not see this. In itself it describes a Dictatorship.

    And it’s not just in Victoria. In our parish church are two priests so one is saying a Mass in the church and one in the hall. We have been informed that from next week the two Masses cannot be at the same time.

    I don’t think this has anything to do with COVID-19 anymore, it’s simply because they can.

  23. John A

    min #3583270, posted on September 13, 2020, at 11:17 am

    What will happen even when we get down to 5 a day and everyone is let out numbers will go up .

    a) we may never know because the “official” statistics will never get that low
    b) if we are “let out” I doubt that the summer season will see much flu activity, covid or “regular” variety

  24. Crossie

    Not all coppers are bad. We just have to hope the good coppers override their union input and start actually upholding the right of the public.

    Why would they change or do the right thing if not shamed into it? We are not talking about the ones who are not making the news but the other half who are.

  25. John snowy Bowyer

    MH Decisive you say? Never saw any evidence when the drug wars were going on with a homicide a week? Never saw any evidence when Gargasoulos was rampaging across Melbourne? BLM?
    The Manchurian candidate never says anything but “Obey”, the rotten shit! He will get his as should all members of his party and government, the liars, cheats and thugs!

  26. Concerned Victorian

    Victorian Legal Aid has a good resource outlining police powers and how to interact with them – I suggest everyone reads this: https://www.vla.vic.gov.au/sites/www.legalaid.vic.gov.au/files/vla-resource-police-powers-your-rights-in-victoria.pdf

    In general, if a police officer suspects you’ve committed a crime or are about to commit a crime they can ask you for your name and address. You MUST provide your name and address. Otherwise they will brutalise you. You do not need to say anything else to them or answer any questions – stay silent. Don’t engage with them.

    If you’re in a public place always film police or be ready to film police. They can only prevent you if you are ‘obstructing’ them. They have body cams, but rarely use them, even though they should when interacting with them public. If anything we should be constantly live streaming and/or posting all interactions with police online.

    The police in Victoria absolutely cannot be trusted to discharge their duties and use their powers in a reasonable and proportionate way. In the past couple of weeks now they’ve brutalised a pregnant woman and an Aboriginal bloke riding his pushy to work, as well as intimidated countless others. They’ve shown from top down that they have no sense of ethics or professionalism (see Lawyer X/Gobbo).

    If the Government won’t hold them to account we really need to be aware of our rights and use them, and if needed, be vigilant, film the cops whenever they interact with anyone, and post it online to keep them somewhat accountable for their actions.

  27. Crossie

    Roger
    #3583312, posted on September 13, 2020 at 11:45 am
    The plod isn’t going to go back to ‘yes sir, no sir’ nice constabulary after the lockdowns.

    And the public won’t look at them in the same way either.

    And effective policing requires public support.

    Well done, VicPol.

    Yes, the harm done to not just policing but public trust as a whole is immense and may take a generation to get back to pre-COVID-19.

  28. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha

    I like the fact that the Army support moved away, either because they didn’t want to lend their approval, or they were stifling a head shake and brow slap.

    “I didn’t enlist to be part of this bastardry!”

  29. Lizzi55

    Lawyer explains why state of emergency declaration under public health act is invalid:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GZPv0E7nFvI

    The fact there is no risk to public health is outlined in the letter signed by the 500 doctors:

    https://600230e9-a39b-48cd-8ff1-3b49ca999143.filesusr.com/ugd/886b40_76e8e8aa2bf8497a8420940bb6e9d909.pdf

    Why are there no court cases along these lines? Is it due to covid safety reasons?

  30. sfw

    I’d like to see the earlier part of the video and see if they placed her under arrest for some reason. If she was they could forcibly remove her if they were going to take her into custody but it would have to be a serious offence for that. If it was a minor offence they could just issue a ticket or do it via summons. and let stay in the car.

    Either way what they did was straight out poor policing and terrible optics as well as heavy handedness. If he had taken a couple of minutes to explain what was happening and why and what would eventually happen he more than likely would have got compliance and she could sort it out in court. The new police commissioner appears to be missing in action and stay puft man is making the running (poorly).

  31. Crossie

    The fact there is no risk to public health is outlined in the letter signed by the 500 doctors:

    Just 500? And the police now have all their details? They may soon find that they are in breach of a lot of little known rules and regulations.

  32. sfw

    I looked at the letter and it’s good and the signatories are eminent but where are the 500?

  33. Crossie

    Sfw, my thoughts exactly. If they can deal with speeding drivers via the speed cameras why couldn’t they have just taken her car details and dealt with her via the normal channels? I don’t care what turns out to be the start of this episode, the police officer was the psychotic one.

  34. Jonesy

    Crossie, there ARE good cops in VICPOL! You are correct, what event is going to be that straw to force the good cops to do what the commisioner did with his decree with the BLM march and stop enforcing the emergency measures.

  35. Crossie

    sfw
    #3583372, posted on September 13, 2020 at 12:18 pm
    I looked at the letter and it’s good and the signatories are eminent but where are the 500?

    Maybe they had the same thoughts I did and asked for some anonymity. Can you imagine the Twitter rabble with all those names.

  36. nb

    China Dan.
    New penalty – removal of organs to pay for cost to State.

  37. H B Bear

    Police in balaclavas should only be used on genuine threats. Like striking wharfies.

  38. incoherent rambler

    there ARE good cops in VICPOL!

    Much laughter here.

    The fact that they are NOT currently front and centre, means there are NONE.

    Your argument is not supported by observations.

  39. lily

    Scott Morrison is a practising christian, we have all seen him in church haven’t we.
    If he doesn’t start speaking about these police in action, he is as bad as them.

  40. Hay Stockard

    Vicpol seems to be full of young fascist bullies. Obviously their parents went wrong.

  41. Davey Boy

    And yet they just stood back and watched James Gargasoulas.

    Total cnuts.

  42. rickw

    Hunchback territory

    https://imgur.com/J0QeBQW

    His eyes are too straight! Is left eye is always drifting off down and to the left!

  43. Bazinga

    Open the borders to Victorians who wish to permanently escape, on payment of 2 years rent as bond. Then quarantine that state from federal funding.

  44. Mustapha Bunn

    This young lady has been charged with the “crime” of having her phone charger impairing her forward vision or some such. I would have thought that the issuing of a summons for that could have been done with her remaining in the vehicle.But obviously she was a danger to the fully armed Plods and needed to be forcibly dragged from her car by our brave policemen,the same police force which stood by while a nutter in a car did burnouts in the Melbourne CBD before going of on a rampage which killed pedestrians.

  45. H B Bear

    Much better to just collect the paperwork from the plod and go and have a laugh with the Magistrate as they throw out the charges.

  46. H B Bear

    * May not happen under the Victoriastani justice system.

  47. John A

    Concerned Victorian #3583337, posted on September 13, 2020, at 11:55 am

    Victorian Legal Aid has a good resource outlining police powers and how to interact with them – I suggest everyone reads this: https://www.vla.vic.gov.au/sites/www.legalaid.vic.gov.au/files/vla-resource-police-powers-your-rights-in-victoria.pdf

    Under normal conditions, I would agree that the booklet is most helpful but, since Diktator Dan has suspended Parliament, overruled all laws and expressed almost no concern for human rights, of what value is this advice in the present dire circumstances?

  48. rege

    Concerned Victorian: agreed. When they stop and inquire, you only have to provide name and address. If you are in a car and get pulled up, you have to provide your licence.

    A couple of years ago the Police pulled up outside my house. I was on the front lawn. I said I am happy to provide name and address. They wanted my ID. (Makes their job easier!) I refused. I said that I only have to show it to them if they arrested me (under The Crimes Act). They concurred and were ready to arrest me. So I showed them my licence. They were pretty good. It turns out there was a burglary by someone wearing similar coloured shorts and t-shirt. I obviously posed no threat. They got into the police car and took off.

    As above, most Police are fine and doing their job, as far as it goes under the rule of law! But my brother has had some brutal encounters with Police and PSOs, the subject of some legal action. (I guess that some are, like any group, impatient and use the heavy hand when it makes their life easier. But the politicisation of the Police is going too far.)

  49. duncanm

    “There’s no history of Australian police shooting people in cars for minor offences, if that’s what she was implying.“

    there was no history of Vic plod dragging people out of their cars, either. Until recently.

  50. duncanm

    Win
    #3583266, posted on September 13, 2020 at 11:15 am

    What’s happened to the first assault on a female and having her face ground into the cement. She seems to have been disappeared.

    Win.

    Socialist Republic of Victoria youtube channel has pretty much all these vids.

  51. Boambee John

    For future reference, the correct title for VicPlod is Victoria Po Lice.

  52. The BigBlueCat

    From the Victorian Legal Aid booklet – first item:

    In general
    A police officer can only ask you to give your name and address if they have a reasonable belief you:
    • have committed an offence
    • are about to commit an offence.
    For example, a police officer can ask you for your age, name and address if they have a reasonable belief that you bought alcohol and you are under 18.
    The police officer must tell you what offence they think you have committed.

    In all cases where the police have made a decision to arrest someone, it is down to this. If people resist arrest, they should expect the police to get tough since the police do not know what else you might be considering as your next move (eg. reach under the seat for a gun, knife or bottle of acid?) I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

    Bottom line is this: if you know you’re out and doing stuff you shouldn’t be doing (whether you agree with the restrictions or not) and the police ask you questions, you answer them. If you want to make a statement about it, leave it until later (either front the court and tell them your version of events, or go have a chat with Sky News or Avi Yemini). Yes, we were horribly let down when the cops decided not to attend the BLM protest (shame on the cops), but that does not excuse refusal to provide name and address when asked by the police.

    I’m not suggesting the stage 4 restrictions are right – I think they are grossly wrong (the curfew is not a public health action, but a policing action) – but I’m not about to endanger my personal safety by playing dumb games. I would suggest this person getting dragged from her car has it in her mind to resist police authority because she doesn’t agree with it. It works out badly for her and it does look bad for the police. If you’re of a mind to protest the stage 4 lock-downs, take any fine on the chin and argue your case in court, because that’s where it will end up anyway. Perhaps the Libs will refund any fine incurred because of the protests ….

    Dictator Dan will get his just desserts since it seems his support base are like rats leaving a sinking ship. Unfortunately, Victoria’s LNP isn’t a strong alternative. So now what?

  53. Bruce in WA

    Next to no sympathy for the woman on SpaceChook.

    On breaking news that she is to be charged with assaulting police:

    Good hopefully people will learn their lesson!

    Just because you don’t like the laws doesn’t give you the right to disobey them

    Good, throw the book at her

    Good despite the femtard media trying to paint her as a victim

    Good job. Tw*t

    Details and drivers licence , not that hard to provide is it ?

    · Reply · 40m
    Anthony D*****
    J***** but sovereign cupcakes think they don’t have to comply.

    Oh Domestic violence will teach her how to cry wolf, play victim, and how to fabricates lies of been the victim of Domestic Violence by cops in court. Well done Cops don’t let her go.

    she wasn’t been assaulted she was resisting arrest

    What an attention seeker, another Karen.Just do what the cops asked,no big deal .Camera set up,nice plan but it’s a real stuff up.Deserve what she gets

    Good she deserves it!

  54. Squirrel

    Obviously the Victoriastan police IT systems are as primitive as the State’s health contact tracing systems – if the woman was driving her own car, or a car she has used previously for that trip, none of this fascist, insanely counter-productive, ape-shit idiocy should have been necessary.

  55. For future reference, the correct title for VicPlod is Victoria Po Lice.

    Vikstapo

  56. Philby

    I seem to recall a recent case where police pulled over a driver of Sudanese extraction I believe and demanded to see his license . I think no license was produced and a request for name and address was ignored. Some more shenanigans followed and the driver was arrested.
    The upshot of the police actions was a prosecution by the DPP. The magistrate threw the case out and was extremely critical of the police actions and testimony. DPP appealed and with a slight modification a Judge was also critical of the police and their knowledge of the laws in relation to giving name and address. According to the article plod had to hand over bulk taxpayers funds to two people basically for ignoring legal rights. Our 2 Sudanese and their legal reps plus a magistrate and a Judge taught plod a lesson in law. Most of these cases must fall over in court and cost taxpayers a fortune if this case is anything to go by.

  57. Robbo

    I’m staggered at reading the comments above that support the Vic Police handling of this matter. Anyone who believes the coppers acted responsibly and fairly needs to think again. Her treatment was a gross abuse of power and the action of a mob of power mad thugs. The coppers involved should be charged and if their superiors approve what they did then they should be charged as well.

  58. HT

    Fred
    #3583304, posted on September 13, 2020 at 11:41 am
    This is the same police force that didn’t breath test Daniel Andrew’s wife when she hit a teenage boy riding a bicycle.

    And fitted up Pell.

    And thought getting a Defence Lawyer snitching on her clients was a great idea.

    And think a meth head doing doughnuts in Swanston Street can’t be touched but a Granny doing 4km/h over a posted speed limit is worthy of monstering.

    I used to work with them from time to time, but the VicStasi have lost me. Any Commissioned Officer in that organisation needs to flushed.
    And

  59. a reader

    I can’t believe how many commenters on facebook are cheering ViCPol on over this. WTF is wrong with this country?

  60. Philby

    Another case study

    Case studyA Somali youth made a complaint that a police officer had assaulted him by hitting him with a torch in the face causing his teeth to be damaged5. Three months after he had lodged his complaint about the police conduct, he was charged with hindering police in the execution of duty. His complaint against the police was found to be “unsubstantiated” by the police investigators. However, the Magistrate, listening to the all evidence, found that he had not hindered the police and that the police had acted unlawfully in touching him. Because the Magistrate was not hearing a charge against the police, the Magistrate did not conclude that the police officer had “assaulted” the youth. However, the obvious conclusion to draw from the Magistrate’s finding was that the police officer had assaulted the youth. Any unlawful touching, including the striking of person in the face with a torch, is an assault. This conclusion of unlawfulness flatly contradicted the “unsubstantiated” assault finding by the police investigators. The youth went on to sue the police involved in assault, battery and false imprisonment. The claim settled confidentially before trial.

  61. duncanm

    Some History
    #3583777, posted on September 13, 2020 at 7:19 pm

    Plenty of photos

    Police clash with anti-lockdown protesters at Vic Market

    what strikes me with those photos is the broad spectrum of people involved. There’s disquiet across the community. Good.

  62. The BigBlueCat

    a reader
    #3583810, posted on September 13, 2020 at 7:42 pm
    I can’t believe how many commenters on facebook are cheering ViCPol on over this. WTF is wrong with this country?

    If it was a BLM protester you’d be cheering Plod on from the sidelines. I agree is a tough watch, but she should have done what was asked of her, and argued the toss later.

  63. mh

    For the slow ones, what you are witnessing is the hidden hand of China.

    Vicpol are wargaming for any future uprising against a Chinese takeover.

  64. old bloke

    a reader
    #3583810, posted on September 13, 2020 at 7:42 pm

    I can’t believe how many commenters on facebook are cheering ViCPol on over this. WTF is wrong with this country?

    Getup in action?

    Bolta mentioned that Dan is paying $2000 to people to write favourable comments, are the Vic taxpayers contributing to Getup?

  65. mem

    Note that this woman CMO Queensland is still pushing the panic buttons on Covid 19. Obviously message from above has told her to ramp up the scare tactics. Now I wonder why that might be? All the stuff she is trotting out is cherry picked and exaggerated. https://www.heraldsun.com.au/lifestyle/health/covid19-affects-heart-lungs-and-brain-qlds-chief-health-officers-warning/news-story/c07231008922b8a20be0f0f9fba9a170

  66. Lee

    This is the same police force that didn’t breath test Daniel Andrew’s wife when she hit a teenage boy riding a bicycle.

    And wouldn’t do anything about a teenage girl assaulted by girl members of an “ethnic” gang, despite the mother’s anger with the police.

  67. mem

    Bolta mentioned that Dan is paying $2000 to people to write favourable comments, are the Vic taxpayers contributing to Getup?

    I believe one of the unions has been paying them quite handsomely.

  68. Destroyer D69

    For the immediate attention of all police officers and the general public. The premises on which the original London Police were constrained. Now honoured by our police in their total disregard thereof… (IMO)
    Sir Robert Peel’s Principles of Law Enforcement 1829 1.The basic mission for which police exist is to prevent crime and disorder as an alternative to the repression of crime and disorder by military force and severity of legal punishment .2 .The ability of the police to perform their duties is dependent upon public approval of police existence, actions, behavior and the ability of the police to secure and maintain public respect. 3.The police must secure the willing cooperation of the public in voluntary observance of the law to be able to secure and maintain public respect. 4.The degree of cooperation of the public that can be secured diminishes,proportionately, to the necessity for the use of physical force and compulsion in achieving police objectives. 5.The police seek and preserve public favor, not by catering to public opinion, but by constantly demonstrating absolutely impartial service to the law, in complete independence of policy, and without regard to the justice or injustice of the substance of individual laws; by ready offering of individual service and friendship to all members of society without regard to their race or social standing, by ready exercise of courtesy and friendly good humor; and by ready offering of individual sacrifice in protecting and preserving life .6.The police should use physical force to the extent necessary to secure observance of the law or to restore order only when the exercise of persuasion, advice and warning is found to be insufficient to achieve police objectives; and police should use only the minimum degree of physical force which is necessary on any particular occasion for achieving a police objective. 7.The police at all times should maintain a relationship with the public that gives reality to the historic tradition that the police are the public and the public are the police; the police are the only members of the public who are paid to give full-time attention to duties which are incumbent on every citizen in the intent of the community welfare. 8.The police should always direct their actions toward their functions and never appear to usurp the powers of the judiciary by avenging individuals or the state, or authoritatively judging guilt or punishing the guilty. 9.The test of police efficiency is the absence of crime and disorder, not the visible evidence of police action in dealing with them.

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