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14 May, 2008

disgraceful power abusing Queensland police officers

Thanks to current affair shows such as Today Tonight, victims can get proper justified treatment from ‘authorities’, and those disgraceful police officers get shamed.

Suzanne Williams, a 35-year-old mother of six, was thrown to the ground then being punched for no justifiable reasons by two police officers who were trained by taxpayers' money and power given by the trust of the public. Those police then targeted another law-abiding citizen, because he was taking video of police abusing power.

The story is clearly unfolded in following clip recorded from last night's Today Tonight.
QuickTime: Disgraceful QLD Police
(Click the screenshot above to watch the video clip)

Those disgraceful police thought they were about the law, and even dared to charge the woman they assaulted.

Sadly, the disgraceful power-abusing police officer is still getting paid by taxpayers' money, part of that is from law-abiding citizen Suzanne Williams.

The law says citizens have rights to take any photos and films in public, including filming disgraceful police officers.

Shame on you Queensland Police.

Here's the YouTube version.

H.264QuickTime 7The video clip is encoded with state-of-the-art video codec H.264, which delivers stunning quality at remarkably low data rates. QuickTime Player 7 (free) is recommended for watching the video.

Content of the video clip is copyright Seven Network.

Updated: The disgraceful police officer Constable Michael Anthony O’Sullivan was found guilty and charged. Please refer to the new entry exciting follow up news against disgraceful police.

related blog entries:
off-duty police officers attacking citizen jailed! hooray! (1 May 2008)
how police distribute their resource (23 April 2008)
disgraceful trigger-happy cop (23 November 2007)
abusing police power for personal revenge, disgraceful (27 September 2007)
Victoria Police refuses to apology (23 December 2004)

Posted by Antony on 14 May 2008 8:30 PM | newstalk

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Posted by Rev. Dr. Wu Yi on 15 May 2008 12:29 PM.
This is an important issue. Police are abusing power.
Posted by Antony Shen on 16 May 2008 12:49 PM.
Yes, this is a important issue. You are abusing our powers of interest in your blog!!
Posted by Rev. Dr. Wu Yi on 16 May 2008 2:46 PM.
Thanks for being so supportive. I am a police officer, I have never abused my power. I have spent many hours consoling victims of crime, often elderley citizens who cannot protect themselves from predators. You ask for more stories of abuse of power, where is the balance ? How about a request for some good stories, unfortunately for you most people are complainants and have positive experience with police. Your blog would be a bit boring wouldn't it. You may have one beatup per 100 good blogs, the bad stories would just be lost. Please put you name and address on line so people can pop in when they like, just don't call the police when your house is full of nutters.
Posted by Steve on 17 September 2008 10:48 AM.
Thanks for commenting Steve.
Well, I would like to point out that majority of police officers are good officers. There are officers abusing power and doing disgraceful things. Since police is well respected almost all the time, in such cases, they should be named and shamed.
Posted by Antony Shen on 18 September 2008 3:07 AM.
You obviously have no idea of this incident. The three islanders including the 'grandmother' had just belted two security guards at the nightclub up the road for not letting them in, one being unconcious. That officer who was wrongly charged, told them they were under arrset, the three fought Police. The officer used his baton only after the islander was sprayed and failed to go to ground to be arrested. And that was after the beloved 'grandmother' raked the officers face with her nails, they did't show any footage of the officer being disfigured. This is a disgusting travesty of showboat journalism not investigate reporting, otheriwse you would have seen his injuries and the injuries of the security guards. maybe if they had the other witnesses who saw it another story would have unfolded.
Posted by Honest citizen on 5 March 2009 2:18 AM.
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