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    Post  lost on Fri May 27, 2011 5:42 pm

    today the independent police complaints commission found that the london police force were right to remove a student with a disability from his wheelchair during a student demonstration last autumn.a blow from a police truncheon or asp was apparently incidental.

    when interviewed on channel 4(one of the major independent(advertising dependent) tv channels he challlenged the police' right to decide what is "ok"for a person with a disability.he went on to list a number of others who are not or have not recieved "justice"and to imply that he would continue to campaign,without any expectation of either the police of the complaints commission.if he did not start as a revolutionary,it looks like the experience has led him to consider a revolutionary position.

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