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Something strange about this story. Not often a police officer  a suspect

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-56351135

A serving Met police officer has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the disappearance of Sarah Everard.

Ms Everard, 33, was last seen a week ago in Clapham, south London, on her way home from a friend's house.

The suspect, in his 40s, is an officer with the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command, the Met said.

A woman, in her 30s, is also in custody after being arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.

Despite the murder arrest, the Met said Ms Everard had not yet been found.

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And this should give all us UK Sikhs an idea of how useless all the psychological analysis and background checks of white policemen are.  They've already, as a national institution, allowed thous

Well, they've set precedents for restricting movement in unrelated areas (to women's safety) with the Covid lockdowns. It's not a stretch to imagine they can transfer the same philosophy to another so

It is known that the courts are used to protect people in the hierarchy for a specific agenda. Previously they would publish many photographic and other evidence which would be deciphered by seasoned

And this should give all us UK Sikhs an idea of how useless all the psychological analysis and background checks of white policemen are. 

They've already, as a national institution, allowed thousands of underage girls to be groomed, raped and abused on our streets with their indifference. 

And now this copper, who has a license to carry firearms and was protecting the US embassy no less - is accused of this.....  

I think that org has more racists and sickos than they want to admit myself.  Going up to the top. 

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3 hours ago, dallysingh101 said:

And this should give all us UK Sikhs an idea of how useless all the psychological analysis and background checks of white policemen are. 

They've already, as a national institution, allowed thousands of underage girls to be groomed, raped and abused on our streets with their indifference. 

And now this copper, who has a license to carry firearms and was protecting the US embassy no less - is accused of this.....  

I think that org has more racists and sickos than they want to admit myself.  Going up to the top. 

The story is strange. I cannot remember the last big cases involving police suspects

They found the suspect very quickly

It’s like the media have magnified  the case and I can see it making the police more unpopular than they already are

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On 3/10/2021 at 5:17 PM, Premi5 said:

Something strange about this story. Not often a police officer  a suspect

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-56351135

A serving Met police officer has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the disappearance of Sarah Everard.

Ms Everard, 33, was last seen a week ago in Clapham, south London, on her way home from a friend's house.

The suspect, in his 40s, is an officer with the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command, the Met said.

A woman, in her 30s, is also in custody after being arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.

Despite the murder arrest, the Met said Ms Everard had not yet been found.

There are some questions that probably need answering.

Was the suspect known to the victim?

Also, being in lockdown, why was she going to her friends house?

If the suspect did indeed murder and he is a police officer, how did he even think he could get away with it?

I did briefly see something on the news regarding this.

They were in Clapham Common and it did seem that the path that she took was through the common.

They were talking about why should it be dangerous for women to be walking safely in the dark. 

Even as a man, I would be wary to walk through a park in the dark no matter how well lit it would be.

Maybe the risks are less for a man who is bigger and stronger than a woman but they are risks none the less.

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On 3/10/2021 at 5:17 PM, Premi5 said:

Something strange about this story. Not often a police officer  a suspect

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-56351135

A serving Met police officer has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the disappearance of Sarah Everard.

The suspect, in his 40s, is an officer with the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection Command, the Met said.

Never noticed that before. Seems odd.

Maybe he was a closet nutter who cracked for whatever reason, and the lady killed just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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Within a week, there has been on national news, there has been a vigil which turned into police brutality, it has been brought up in parliament and they have a suspect.

This has happened so quickly because it is a white woman.

I do not like the victim hierarchy/ inter-sectionality game.

How long before some women of colour writes in the Guardian how if this was a brown or black woman and that they have been excluded out of this discussion?

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3 hours ago, Ranjeet01 said:

Within a week, there has been on national news, there has been a vigil which turned into police brutality, it has been brought up in parliament and they have a suspect.

This has happened so quickly because it is a white woman.

I do not like the victim hierarchy/ inter-sectionality game.

How long before some women of colour writes in the Guardian how if this was a brown or black woman and that they have been excluded out of this discussion?

It's true, though, lol. A photogenic, middle-class, professional white lady is murdered by a cop, and they're proposing curfews and house arrest for every single man in the country, and an implicit anger towards the police for letting it happen. Would they dare suggest anything similar if it was a rough-looking black or Indian woman? Not a chance. Everyone's thinking it, but for the moment the rawness of the crime is preventing anyone from articulating it. I've no doubt Ash Sarkar or Afua Hirsch has drafted a potential article pointing out what we're talking out but she won't be submitting it just yet. 😂

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21 minutes ago, MisterrSingh said:

It's true, though, lol. A photogenic, middle-class, professional white lady is murdered by a cop, and they're proposing curfews and house arrest for every single man in the country, and an implicit anger towards the police for letting it happen. Would they dare suggest anything similar if it was a rough-looking black or Indian woman? Not a chance. Everyone's thinking it, but for the moment the rawness of the crime is preventing anyone from articulating it. I've no doubt Ash Sarkar or Afua Hirsch has drafted a potential article pointing out what we're talking out but she won't be submitting it just yet. 😂

The place where it happened is Clapham Common. I think it has a history of abduction and it is in a very affluent part of London.

These type of "commons" normally have other things that go on between men of a particular sexual orientation particularly if there are public toilets around after dark.

I think there is a level of hubris amongst middle class white women here that a women of colour would not entertain.

But I reckon like yourself that Afua and Ash's hit piece will appear. It's only a matter of time.

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On 3/15/2021 at 7:18 AM, MisterrSingh said:

Never noticed that before. Seems odd.

Maybe he was a closet nutter who cracked for whatever reason, and the lady killed just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.

He is 48 and only joined the met police 2 years ago.

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1 hour ago, Ranjeet01 said:

The place where it happened is Clapham Common. I think it has a history of abduction and it is in a very affluent part of London.

These type of "commons" normally have other things that go on between men of a particular sexual orientation particularly if there are public toilets around after dark.

I think there is a level of hubris amongst middle class white women here that a women of colour would not entertain.

It's depressing that what's in bold above will never be discussed in the public sphere out of fear of causing offense even though people are aware of these things on a personal basis. It's retarding thought, almost encouraging existing in a false or delusional state of mind. 

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