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Britain Today.
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(09-26-2020, 08:49 PM)guohua Wrote: So, Taliban Sadiq Khan the Mayor of London wants the Prime Minister to Declare a Ban on people visiting others in their Homes!!!>???
Oh yes and it makes sense on one way. It's possibly based on the idea that if people stayed indoors, there's a better
chance of them not being stabbed in the street. Think Morocco a hundred years-ago and you have the idea.
tinyok
Meanwhile, an update on the Policeman murder.

Quote:Croydon police murder suspect named as Louis De Zoysa, 23, with Green party candidate mum and yoga teacher dad.

'The Croydon police station shooting suspect has been named as Louis De Zoysa.
De Zoysa, 23, was the man held in a police station custody suite when one of five shots fired from a smuggled revolver
cut down much-loved cop Sgt Matt Ratana.

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De Zoysa and Sgt. Ratana.

The alleged gunman remains critically ill in hospital after the last bullet tore into his own neck in a struggle with the shot
cop’s colleagues at Croydon Police Station, South London. Police were still probing how the suspect allegedly concealed
a revolver in his pants after his stop-and-search arrest for possession of Class B drugs and ammunition.

And it remained unclear how the suspect managed to draw the hidden weapon and allegedly shot dead 54-year-old Sgt
Ratana when his hands had been cuffed behind his back. Details emerged yesterday of De Zoysa’s outwardly respectable
but unstable upbringing in a large end-terraced house in Norbury, South London, last night.

His yoga teacher father Channa, 55, has posted snaps of his supple frame online while his mother Elizabeth is a local
Green Party activist and former election candidate. Louis lives with the couple at their £717,000 [$921,850] house
leafy Southbrook Road, Norbury with his Oxford University student brother John and sister Channika.

But neighbours told last night how the De Zoysa’s 28-year-marriage had come under strain -and that police had been seen
at the house prior to the shooting.

Sri Lankan-born Channa appeared before magistrates in March 2015, where he was made the subject of a restraining order
against his British wife, who worked as an interpreter. But the order was withdrawn at Camberwell magistrates’ court in March
last year, after the pair reconciled.

Neighbours described Louis as “very awkward”. One said: “I don’t think he had many friends. He was probably a bit of a loner."
The suspect’s father Channa posted Facebook pictures in a bid to boost his yoga business and more snaps of his cycling hobby.
Brother Johnty attended the prestigious John Fisher’s school in Purley and studied Engineering at the University of Oxford.
Another neighbour said: “They were noisy neighbours. They had two dogs who were very rowdy - they used to come out and
chase people around.

“Louis was very awkward. He was always to himself.” Another local added: “The police have been going round there every couple
of months. “The last time was probably two months ago. I’m not sure what it was over.”
Others said the family “don’t really speak to anyone” in the street following a string of rows about their unruly dogs.

Police sealed off Southbrook Road as forensic teams continued work at the family’s home, where the couple have lived for 25 years.
Specialist homicide investigators from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command are continuing to investigate the shooting.
Sgt Ratana was the first ever officer to be killed inside a British police station - and his killer’s motive remains a mystery.
But counter-terrorist cops were not involved in inquiries, despite the suspect being flagged to Home Office’s Prevent deradicalisation
programme two years ago.

Bosses took no action over claims that he held both extreme Islamist and right wing views after he was assessed to pose no threat.
De Zoysa is said to be autistic and of Sri Lankan heritage.

It came as a man was detained in Norwich, at about 2am yesterday morning and taken to a station in south London to be quizzed
in relation to the supply of the firearm that killed Sgt Ratana. On Saturday morning armed cops raided a farmhouse in Surrey in
connection with the shooting.

Officers are thought to have used explosives to blow off the door of a property at Courtlands Farm near Banstead Wood.
A neighbour revealed they heard an explosion just before 6am and saw about 20 police cars.
Cops swooped on four locations linked to the suspect on Saturday, including a house in nearby Norbury.
"The police have been outside the address since yesterday morning," another neighbour told MailOnline.
"All we know is that it's connected to the incident in Croydon."

SUSPECT CRITCALLY ILL
Forensics are checking the gun, while CCTV and bodycams are also being examined.
It comes after The Sun revealed De Soyza was believed to have been revived by medics after he died in hospital.
Cops also remain baffled at the suspect fired the fatal shot that hit Sgt Ratana with his hands cuffed behind his back.

Sources suggest the gun’s barrel may have been concealed in an intimate place inside his pants.
Traumatised cops who survived the shooting will be quizzed once mentally fit.

Police searches are taking place at four locations -  the custody suite, the site where he was arrested, and two addresses.
He was referred to the Prevent anti-terror scheme in 2018 over alleged Islamist and right-wing views. 
Deputy assistant commissioner Stuart Cundy said investigators have CCTV from the custody suite and bodyworn video from the
officers. Mr Cundy said: “I would reiterate this is a murder investigation not a counter-terror one.”
He added: "We have recovered the gun from the custody suite where Matt was shot and that gun is being forensically examined.

"We also have CCTV from that custody suite which shows the events, and we have body-worn video of our police officers who
were involved in the circumstances surrounding the arrest of the suspect."

POINT BLANK
De Soyza was taken to the custody centre in Windmill Lane where he remained handcuffed until a door was opened for him to
be searched with a metal detector. "The sergeant opened the door to admit him and take his temperature to comply with Covid
rules. But the suspect shot him at point-blank range, " a source said.

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They added: "It would appear the suspect has somehow managed to conceal the gun on his body.”
"However, there are rules preventing any intimate body searches on the street. It can only be done when a suspect is booked into
a custody suite." The gunman blazed off more shots, five in all, in a fierce struggle in the corridor at 2.15am.
One hit himself in the neck, leaving him critical and under armed guard in hospital last night.

Desperate colleagues battled to save the stricken officer's life. Medics performed open heart surgery on Sgt Ratana at the
custody centre. He was airlifted to hospital but later pronounced dead.
The 54-year-old dad was just months from retirement - and it was revealed he had moved to work in custody as it was safer...'
The Sun: (More in link)


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Clever lad, that 14-year old.

@BIAD, surely there is a future for him with the Special Air Service ?

tinyangry 

A serious question for you.  Much of the mayhem seems to not so much be in the U.K. as it is in England.  Do Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland suffer the same incidence of social dysfunction ?  If not, then why would that be ?

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(09-28-2020, 01:01 PM)F2d5thCav Wrote: Clever lad, that 14-year old.

@BIAD, surely there is a future for him with the Special Air Service ?

tinyangry 

A serious question for you.  Much of the mayhem seems to not so much be in the U.K. as it is in England.  Do Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland suffer the same incidence of social dysfunction ?  If not, then why would that be ?

Cheers

Islam does not want to cause trouble in N Ireland, they know if they wake up the IRA and the UDA islam will get its ass shot off.
As far as hiding a gun, there are ways of doing this so its not found by a normal body search. Also how to get at the gun when hands are cuffed behind your back. This needs to be practiced a lot, so the question is was he given instructions or did he just figure it out himself.
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(09-28-2020, 10:30 AM)BIAD Wrote:
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De Zoysa and Sgt. Ratana.

So. He wore a "man bun". My brother and I discussed "men" who wear "man buns" just this past Saturday. Our consensus was that they should be shot on sight, to keep the madness from spreading. This seems to confirm our assessment.

Quote:Neighbours described Louis as “very awkward”. One said: “I don’t think he had many friends. He was probably a bit of a loner."
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“Louis was very awkward. He was always to himself.” 

Ah yes, the old "He was a nice boy. Bit of a loner who stayed by himself and never bothered anyone, a quiet boy"...

Quote:Bosses took no action over claims that he held both extreme Islamist and right wing views after he was assessed to pose no threat.

Wait... what? BOTH "Islamist" AND "Right Wing" views? How is that possible? It ISN'T possible in America, which tells me that I have no idea of British political definitions! That single line utterly mystifies me.

Quote:Sources suggest the gun’s barrel may have been concealed in an intimate place inside his pants.

Ouch! No wonder he was cranky and out of sorts! I'm sure it had somewhat to do with that "man bun", but the very idea of getting shot with that pistol adds a high degree of insult to the injury already present...

Quote:He was referred to the Prevent anti-terror scheme in 2018 over alleged Islamist and right-wing views. 

That unlikely combination mentioned yet again? It seems to me someone is trying to set up a whole new sort of terrorism, a definition heretofore unknown in all the history of mankind that would allow for those two opposing viewpoints to exist within a single human...

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Quote:Deputy assistant commissioner Stuart Cundy said investigators have CCTV from the custody suite and bodyworn video from the
officers. Mr Cundy said: “I would reiterate this is a murder investigation not a counter-terror one.”
He added: "We have recovered the gun from the custody suite where Matt was shot and that gun is being forensically examined.
The Sun: (More in link)

So they have multiple videos from multiple angles of the actual events as well as the lead-in to them, but cannot say how he did it?

What kind of video cameras are there in the UK? Were they made in Hong Kong or something?

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Quote: Ninurta Wrote:
Sources suggest the gun’s barrel may have been concealed in an intimate place inside his pants.

Due to the Police being terrified of being called a Klan member, a proper search would be the
last thing on their minds. Maybe some of the old "Now look lad... Yer've been a naughty boy"
may not have been enough to persuade the suspect to cough-up that he just happened
to have a pistol in skiddies.


Quote:He was referred to the Prevent anti-terror scheme in 2018 over alleged Islamist and right-wing views. 


This was the same type of scheme the young man who stabbed some people on Westminster
Bridge in London and then had to be shot by Police when he threatened to blow himself up.
The strapped-device was a hoax, but the guy who'd helped him in the scheme was killed by
him. Nice, huh?

Someone, somewhere in the corridors of the BBC went without their cocaine on the night
De Zoysa was caught.
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