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This is the moment a man is seemingly pushed over by police following an interaction with them.

He was legally filming a police operation at the time.

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How about dont film a live crime scene and then cross a police line??!!?? Then cry like a bitch when you get dealt with by the authorities trying to carry out their work.
 
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Serves him right for being a dickhead
 
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Two sides to every story. Only heard one side so far plus all the righteous indignation the BBC churned up on behalf the ‘innocent ‘ filmer. #trialbytelevision.
 
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I don't think shouting to one of the suspects whilst capturing images on his phone is a blameless exercise. The guy gives stupidity a bad name and gives an already difficult and dangerous job further problems to deal with. Emergency services are obviously frustrated.
 
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BBC anti police again ,this time BBC Yorkshire ,one side of the story only we need to know all of it BBC
 
One sided report. Unfollow
 
 
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It was absolutely unnecessary to physically attack him. Why so much hatred and anger ? All they had to say to him was STOP! He would have simply left the scene. It’s rather sad.
 
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It's called obstruction which is an offence under PACE. Also under JSA. Depending on circumstances. Police were obviously dealing with a serious situation. Body cams may be available as well. what did was the man saying to police to have to be removed, detained and arrested..
 
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Maybe these officers should have read this google.com/url?sa=t&sourc…
 
 
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This is what you get under a Tory government.
 
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As can be seen in various internet posts the fact that filming in public places is not a criminal act seems to be difficult to get over to the Police.
 
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The problem with some officers is that they think they have special powers and are untouchable once they are in their uniforms. No need to be aggressive like that.
 
 
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Filming ANYONE without their permission isn’t appropriate behaviour.
 
 
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The Police Officers involve have assaulted this man. They bring shame on the Service
 
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Better than working
 
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Seemingly cannot hear what verbal abuse he is giving the officers
 
don’t even need to say anything
 
“Why do u hate the police so much”
One of the reasons below
 
A man tries to interfere with a police operation and expects to have no implications. If someone stuck a camera in my face and tried to communicate with someone I was trying to arrest I think I’d be quite pissed off. Why does he think he’s a victim? Stop being so easily offended
 
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