GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down


by Sunny Hundal    
7:55 pm - August 16th 2011

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Earlier this week, Greater Manchester Police released the home address of a suspect accused of starting a fire during the riots.

GM Police said they had charged 18-year-old Dane Williamson from Salford with criminal damage.

Williamson has now had his own flat burnt down in what is likely to be retaliatory action.

They published his home address online and tweeted the details.

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Then they deleted the page (first link on Google) with his details.

When interviewed, Williamson admitted he had been in the vicinity earlier that day but had left by the time of the incident and was on a bus on the way to his brother’s house. He claims its a case of mistaken identity.

Now the flat of the suspect has been burnt down.

At first the police stated it was not a deliberate fire, but later admitted they suspected foul play.

Is it right the police should be publishing personal details of suspects, even before they have been convicted?

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I would imagine it’s a breach of the Data Protection Act for a start.

@Sunny, OP: “Is it right the police should be publishing personal details of suspects, even before they have been convicted?”

Yes, justice requires the publication of the names of people who are being prosecuted. There are exceptions for those who are not yet 18, of course. The countries where the names of people are not published tend to be those where people who have been arrested disappear.

Providing more information about the accused is voluntary at this stage but will be revealed in court shortly afterwards. For those who have a common name (eg John Wilson), details about the accused are helpful; John Wilson, the hospice volunteer, will be thankful that press reports make it clear that he is older than John Wilson, alleged child abuser and lives at the other end of the city.

Publishing faces and names of suspects who’ve absconded is fair enough but publishing the address of a suspect serves no purpose that I can see, are they asking members of the public to send them screenshots of google maps?

It’s a crime to retaliate, of course. Still, publishing details of the accused is common practise in Britain (though not in all countries).

An alternative: change the law so that no one cant publish details before conviction (and for convictions, the punishment has to above a certain threshold). Protect the home addresses and other data of the accused. But this would of course apply not only to rioters an looters, but also bankers and fraudster MPs, right? You really want more of that super-injunction nonsense?

some of the poeple criticisng the blokes name being released are the same people that reckon anyone arrested fo rape should have their name dragged through the dirt.

Sorry Sunny, you’re obviously not used to receiving police press releases. This is absolutely standard practice. Here’s one randomly chosen from a few weeks ago.
————–
A man has been charged with falsely claiming his car had been stolen.

On 26 February 2011, a black BMW three series crashed on Stockport Road, Levenshulme.

The following day it was reported stolen by the registered keeper.

V*** D**** (21/09/1965), of Chester Road, has been charged with perverting the course of justice, fraud by false representation and theft.

He is due to appear at Trafford Magistrates? Court on 13 July 2011.
———–

[name redacted by me, of course]

The system we have identifies those charged with crimes, so justice can be seen to be done. Standard practice is to give name, DOB and street. There are complexities to that, most obviously the debate around rape anonymity as mentioned above, but on balance the practice is probably right.

No scandal here.

I’m not allowed to know where my MP lives in case I go round and in a fit of pique torch his third ‘second home’ (more properly so that I do not get to know how many times he has ‘legitimately’ avoided paying capital gains tax).
However, I can now discover the address of an individual charged but not convicted of a crime – presumably so that I may write to him to express either my surprise or disappointment
Will the police now publish the addresses of individuals charged with child abuse?
Or maybe the addresses of all those policemen convicted of data protection issues.
Perhaps the coalition could look again at the ‘D’ notice that prevented the press exposing the names of individuals under investigation for child abus under ‘Operation Ore’.
Why was it so important that we cannot be told.
Perhaps an associate of Mr Blair could tell us what exactly was the issue of national security?

A decent defence brief would argue the right to a fair trial had been prejudiced by police publishing too many details of a defendant.

Barrie J

“Will the police now publish the addresses of individuals charged with child abuse?”

They do.

See here, for a very recent example:
http://www.dorsetecho.co.uk/news/localnews/9169060.Former_Dorset_nursery_boss_charged_with_string_of_sex_offences_against_girls/

Have you never read a local paper? They always mention the road on which subjects live, including those who have committed crimes. In fact, even the BBC do it: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-14362385 “Ms Leighton, of Buxton Road, appeared on videolink at Manchester Crown Court.”

In the 2008 election, the South Wales Evening post published a typical “Councillor fury at BNP candidate” story (the story was that Labour candidates said they didn’t like the BNP) – and in the story they managed to work in the home address of every single BNP candidate in Swansea.

I think Laban is arguing that standing for election for the BNP is morally equivalent to kicking in people’s windows and razing buildings to the ground. I would agree.

Police can/do name people they’d like “to help them with their enquiries.”

Once a suspect is charged, the case becomes “active” and it is not normal for the press/police themselves to go into details at this stage. In fact, it may be contempt of court for the press to do so. (evidently things done changed in this twitter age eh?)

The name, age, address and profession of a charged suspect is normally first published *following* the first appearance at magistrate’s court.

In this instance, the police chose (unwisely imo) to broadcast a suspect’s identity at the ‘active’ stage of proceedings. There was no clear benefit in doing so and in fact, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that what did happen would happen.

Police going online with twitter feeds and crime maps is the latest example of PC Plod becoming infatuated with a novel technology without ever first figuring out how, when or even if to use it (see also tasers, CS spray and guns). I don’t like this tweet-first-ask-questions-later attitude – no matter whether it’s the local saint or known scrote, I’d like to hope that the rule of law and due procedure apply to us all.

Dino

“Once a suspect is charged, the case becomes “active” and it is not normal for the press/police themselves to go into details at this stage. In fact, it may be contempt of court for the press to do so.”

No no no no no. This is just wrong.

When someone is charged with a crime, the police routinely release their name, identifying details (usually DOB and street, but not house number), and what they have been charged with. The media are then free to report those details, but nothing else. Any speculation about guilt or innocence, or anything that might prejudice evidence presented in court, can be ruled as contempt.

It’s what happens in child abuse cases, rape cases, murder cases, fraud cases etc etc etc.

There are actually very good reasons for this in jurisprudence and constitutional rights. This is part of the protection we have to ensure we don’t get secret trials going on. If I happened to know Dane WIlliamson, and had seen him on the other side of town at the time he was meant to be burning down Miss Selfridges, it is good that I know what he has been charged with.

It’s bad enough that we’re seeing these showtrials and ludicrous sentences. Please don’t open the door towards secret trials as well.

It’s bad enough that we’re seeing these showtrials and ludicrous sentences. Please don’t open the door towards secret trials as well.

I’m sorry but I don’t buy this.

First, rape cases are different and anonymity in such cases is a bad idea for several reasons.

Secondly, we have a highly unusual scenario here, whereby a large group of people are not only being pushed through the courts very quickly, but are being given life-destroying sentences without little recourse to proper representation.

In addition to that, the press is whipping up anger against all of them (fair enough, anger at a good proportion of them is understandable) – when not all did the same thing. In such a scenario – the danger of vigilante action is real. And this is exactly what happened here. The man has not even been convicted and yet he’s already faced reprisal attacks.

What if more of this happens? You’d still be complaining that any temporary stop on publishing home details is akin to closed military trials? That’s just ludicrous.

Yeah, um, Sunny? This is normal. Obviously, not retaliatory arson attacks, but publication of details. It used to be the local paper back when everyone read the local papers, now it’s also the internet, IIRC there’s a duty to publicise although I suspect Ally knows more and will correct me if I’m wrong.

Since I moved in with Jennie in this quiet side street in West Yorks three people in this street of 24 houses have been in court for a variety of things, including domestic violence (still helping out with that one). Justice must be done, justice must be seen to be done.

It’d take a massive amount of pressure to change this, it’s the way things have been done for centuries (used to be pinned to the parish noticeboard before newspapers).

Barrie, not sure why your MPs address is secret, when I ran for election to the council my home address was on the council website and in every polling station, my MPs then address was as well. There are ways you can not put your home address up, but you need actual reasons IIRC.

The fact they went to the effort to delete the page after it resulted in his flat being burned down sets off the alarm bells in my opinion.

Pretty unlucky that he lived in the only flat in the only building on Broughton St. Salford. Otherwise the arsonist would have had to have known independentally where he lived. Still, never mind, eh Sunny?

So… we’re in favour of defendant anonymity until conviction now?

Secondly, we have a highly unusual scenario here, whereby a large group of people are not only being pushed through the courts very quickly, but are being given life-destroying sentences without little recourse to proper representation.

That’s quite an allegation. Have you any evidence that people are being tried without recourse to legal representation?

21. Wibble Wibble

Absolutely normal.

If it were to stop happening, we’d be in a very different place. Like Burma. Or Iran.

Does anyone really think it a good idea to do otherwise?

“Is it right the police should be publishing personal details of suspects, even before they have been convicted?”

Are you really asking that question?

Perhaps you could write a longer article in which you actually set out your thoughts, your considerations and deliberations, on this question. At the moment, it just sounds like you’re surprisingly ignorant of basic principles of justice.

Did they publish the number of his flat? I don’t think they did. It is usual practice to refer to suspects who have been charged with crimes, giving the street and area they live in.

And just to clarify, his flat wasn’t ‘burnt down’ entirely- the damage was confined to the bedroom. Dramatizing the details reduces credibility.

The footage showing the boy who burnt down the shop is very clear, I would be shocked if the police had made a mistake.

In all, it’s pretty difficult to hold the police responsible for this boy’s flat being damaged.

Sunny

First, rape cases are different and anonymity in such cases is a bad idea for several reasons.

Why? You can’t just say ‘it’s different because I say so.” Are you saying there is no risk of reprisals or vigilante attacks against alleged child sex abusers or rapists? So why is is different? I’ll be honest, I think there is a much stronger case for anonymity in those cases than there is here, due to the fact that the accuser already has anonymity.

Secondly, we have a highly unusual scenario here, whereby a large group of people are not only being pushed through the courts very quickly, but are being given life-destroying sentences without little recourse to proper representation.

I broadly agree with that, but I fail to see what difference it makes if the defendant is identified or anonymous. As I say, the dangers of people being effectively tried in secret are far greater from a human rights, civil liberties POV.

In addition to that, the press is whipping up anger against all of them (fair enough, anger at a good proportion of them is understandable) – when not all did the same thing. In such a scenario – the danger of vigilante action is real. And this is exactly what happened here. The man has not even been convicted and yet he’s already faced reprisal attacks.

Agree with this too, but you’re at risk of arguing that accused should be identified unless the alleged crime is serious enough for anyone to care. Again, rapists? Child sex abusers?

At this point I should note that reports are very confused as to whether this even was an arson attack or not. It seems highly likely it was an accident.

Cylux (and others)

The fact they went to the effort to delete the page after it resulted in his flat being burned down sets off the alarm bells in my opinion.

I don’t know, but I’d hazard a guess that the address is now being investigated as a possible crime scene itself (arson) and they don’t want every nosy parker, paparazzo and cheap hack in Manchester crawling all over it, trying to get a glimpse ‘inside the flat of the Selfridge’s arsonist’

Hmmmm… is this the right time to bring up the old issue of anonymity for those accused of rape? If it’s not ok to identify suspected rioters and looters, then it’s not ok to identify rape suspects either.

Many however have argued that it is important to identify rape suspects in order that others affected might be able to come foreward as witnesses.

We can argue about whether or not this is a good idea, however I suspect that it is necessary under our adversarial criminal / judicial system. If we were to have an inquisitorial system with investigating judges / magistrates then I might well come up with a different answer.

Two basic, gigantic misunderstandings have surfaced here. They can both be cleared up pretty quickly:

1.) Is it right the police should be publishing personal details of suspects, even before they have been convicted?

Yes. It’s standard practice for a number of reasons. Broadly, because we have a justice system that’s based on holding individuals to account for their actions. There is a presumption in the English court system that defendants should be named unless there is a compelling reason not to (most commonly because they’re under 18). This also applies to witnesses, who haven’t been accused of any crime. If the courts want to make people anonymous they have to make an order, which can be challenged by the media (exceptions include children in youth courts and victims in rape cases). Ages and addresses are published so that people in the same town with the same name aren’t wrongly vilified. It’s seen as part of making the justice system accountable. If you want to argue for a new system of court orders to protect people from retribution then that might make for an interesting debate, but the police have done nothing wrong or unusual in releasing this man’s name.

2.) If it were to stop happening, we’d be in a very different place. Like Burma. Or Iran.

Um, or we could be less hysterical and suggest the Netherlands, where defendants – and convicts – are entitled to anonymity right through the judicial process. Dutch politics may be going through a turbulent time at the moment, but it’s hardly Burma.

24/AllyF: I think there is a much stronger case for anonymity in [rape] cases than there is here, due to the fact that the accuser already has anonymity.

Be very careful here – the terms “anonymity” and “accuser” have a few different meanings, and you’re blending them together in a way that doesn’t give an entirely accurate impression.

In a rape case the victim’s identity may not be reported by the press, but is otherwise public – and will be very obvious to anyone attending the public court proceedings, of course. (Note that the victim need not be the accuser, and if the crime is reported to the police by a third party, that reporter does not get even press anonymity unless reporting their name would identify the victim)

In a riot-related case – theft, arson, etc. – it’s entirely possible for the reporter/accuser to have anonymity. In fact, it’s encouraged in some cases. That’s absolute “no-one knows who you are not even the court” anonymity there (though unless the police find other evidence when following up that lead it won’t get to court, of course) – far stronger than the very limited media anonymity that courts may grant.

Karma.

Hi Sunny, did you know that before he was arrested there had also been a Facebook group dedicated to trying to identify the person who burned down Miss Selfridge? It’s here: http://on.fb.me/ov4lP9 and has nearly a thousand members. Check out the various calls in there to set the guy on fire. So let’s see – there was a mob of angry people calling for him to be set on fire, then GMP gave out his address, which was linked to from the facebook group trying to identify him, then his house was set on fire.

No it isn’t right!! Dane has now been released after it was found to be mistaken identity! But he can’t exactly go back home!! What happened to innocent until proven guilty! Disgusting!

Names maybe but I’ve always thought it was too much to publish the road they live in.

32. Joshua Issac

The police published an innocent person’s address, implying that he was an arsonist. Now the people who were calling for the arsonist’s house to be burned in retaliation have an address and the innocent man’s home gets burned down. The police facilitated the crime and is responsible (along with the retaliatory arsonists) for the damage caused. They should face the same law the rioters faced (ignoring regular sentencing practices in favour of longer sentences), since they facilitated a riot-related crime.


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    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  86. James Bull

    … and THEN GM Police delete their own press release which stated his name and details http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  87. Therese

    RT @respros Mob justice? | @gmpolice publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy – http://t.co/Ahiedms

  88. Therese

    RT @respros Mob justice? | @gmpolice publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy – http://t.co/Ahiedms

  89. Benjamin Litherland

    http://t.co/Nv19LsU If this is true I want whoever tweeted @gmpolice to be prosecuted for inciting violence. I'm serious. Shocking.

  90. Benjamin Litherland

    http://t.co/Nv19LsU If this is true I want whoever tweeted @gmpolice to be prosecuted for inciting violence. I'm serious. Shocking.

  91. Owen Blacker

    GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/D5sSatt

  92. Owen Blacker

    GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/D5sSatt

  93. Amanda

    http://t.co/Nv19LsU If this is true I want whoever tweeted @gmpolice to be prosecuted for inciting violence. I'm serious. Shocking.

  94. Amanda

    http://t.co/Nv19LsU If this is true I want whoever tweeted @gmpolice to be prosecuted for inciting violence. I'm serious. Shocking.

  95. Keisha Sisi N

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  96. Keisha Sisi N

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  97. Keisha Sisi N

    … and THEN GM Police delete their own press release which stated his name and details http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  98. Keisha Sisi N

    … and THEN GM Police delete their own press release which stated his name and details http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  99. chee lo

    RT @LordManley GM Police publish riot suspect's addr & his home is burnt down http://t.co/kxBPKO1 They then delete their own press release

  100. chee lo

    RT @LordManley GM Police publish riot suspect's addr & his home is burnt down http://t.co/kxBPKO1 They then delete their own press release

  101. Gary Banham

    Worrying questions about publicising details of people suspected of crimes: RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address http://t.co/s72Hqbr

  102. Gary Banham

    Worrying questions about publicising details of people suspected of crimes: RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address http://t.co/s72Hqbr

  103. DanielPoxton

    GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/D5sSatt

  104. DanielPoxton

    GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/D5sSatt

  105. Sarb Johal

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  106. Sarb Johal

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  107. Sarb Johal

    … and THEN GM Police delete their own press release which stated his name and details http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  108. neil lambert

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/rmoRy2a via @libcon

  109. neil lambert

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Con http://ht.ly/64KV1 Utterly irresponsible police action

  110. crazy penguin

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/4Pltjkg

  111. Alastair Roberts

    Riot suspect's flat torched. How long before the righteous mob starts going after paediatricians again? http://t.co/scw488t

  112. Adam Pogonowski

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/3jatb0h

  113. Teflon Dave

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  114. DB

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  115. Ben

    presumably this sort of thing is worth more than 4years? RT @libcon:
    GMP publish address of suspect: house burned down http://t.co/4TQQj3b

  116. Dave Davis

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://j.mp/nWGVHf

  117. nobby-Lobby

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/yBDQKMA <<< absolutely awful!

  118. Kevin O'Neill

    “@sunny_hundal: Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/T1nCvzB”

  119. Darryl Snow

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  120. Kevin O'Neill

    … and THEN GM Police delete their own press release which stated his name and details http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  121. Martin

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  122. Kevin Donovan

    GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/D5sSatt

  123. Science Tech Politic

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/yBDQKMA <<< absolutely awful!

  124. Spir.Sotiropoulou

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/JcxTaqs via @libcon

  125. Rupert Holderness

    Dreadful: http://t.co/9NhKiP7

  126. Emrys Schoemaker

    no! “@sunny_hundal: Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish address of #riots *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/sHb7kFC”

  127. Matthew Doye

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/yBDQKMA <<< absolutely awful!

  128. Eugene Henry

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/yBDQKMA <<< absolutely awful!

  129. Clint Westwood

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/yBDQKMA <<< absolutely awful!

  130. Dave Harris

    spot the difference? i can't RT @libcon GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/pwxOdx1

  131. ???? ???? ????

    British police publish address of riot suspect. Now his flat has been burned down. http://t.co/6QAVigG h/t @RuwaydaMustafah #responsibility

  132. Chris Nicholson

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  133. Chris Spyrou

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  134. Rory O'Connell

    GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/D5sSatt

  135. David Smout

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Con http://ht.ly/64KV1 Utterly irresponsible police action

  136. Glen Sakkadas-Hunter

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/5IFU5FY

  137. Rob Sculthorpe

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/yBDQKMA <<< absolutely awful!

  138. Rory I. Sinclair

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  139. nordkiez

    #UK: Wohnung eines _mutmaßlichen_ #ukriots Brandstifter abgebrannt, nachdem Polizei dessen Anschrift veröffentlicht – http://t.co/5rlqZd8

  140. Paul Smail

    GM Police publish riot suspect's address & his home is burnt down http://t.co/6bVVWiw They then delete their own press release.

  141. Ms Anonymous

    GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/D5sSatt

  142. Tom Adams

    And will @gmpolice apologise for publishing the address of a suspected rioter – whose house was then burned down? http://t.co/8rngVF1

  143. random stuff

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/NKo8w25 omg!

  144. Keith Watermelon

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Con http://ht.ly/64KV1 Utterly irresponsible police action

  145. Mark Nielsen

    And will @gmpolice apologise for publishing the address of a suspected rioter – whose house was then burned down? http://t.co/8rngVF1

  146. davidgerard

    GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/D5sSatt

  147. Philip Copley

    police publish details of riot suspect, his flat gets burned down – http://t.co/cC1SHNT – well done society #riots #ukriots

  148. Sarah Harris

    … and THEN GM Police delete their own press release which stated his name and details http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  149. David Hackett

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  150. Paul Abbott

    FFS"@sunny_hundal: Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/QPN3m77

  151. Paul Abbott

    … and THEN GM Police delete their own press release which stated his name and details http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  152. Roger Thornhill

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  153. Paul Perrin

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  154. Jonathan

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  155. Jonathan

    … and THEN GM Police delete their own press release which stated his name and details http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  156. Jamie Smy

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  157. Jamie Smy

    … and THEN GM Police delete their own press release which stated his name and details http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  158. Julia_Stapleton

    @sunny_hundal Just been reading the case about Williamson. We are on slippery slopes here: http://t.co/ASjYbib

  159. pressreform1

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  160. tbc

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  161. ray turner

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/KRsJIfb via @libcon

  162. Richard

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Con http://ht.ly/64KV1 Utterly irresponsible police action

  163. jimmy kinsella

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  164. Schestowitz

    ? @davidgerard: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/53v9UtZ

  165. Skipjack

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/4Pltjkg

  166. Mike

    “@libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/RrkQ7Ym” <— Whaaaaat?!

  167. Keira Evans-Determan

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down (Liberal Conspiracy): Source : Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/NhoAqOs

  168. mina naguib

    Just burn people at the stake without a trial it's quicker & costs less http://t.co/9EBequn via @sunny_hundal

  169. Chris Paul

    Not the arson bit, but name, age and road is generally published RT @sonofswiss .. http://t.co/WgOjNSp

  170. csignals

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Con http://ht.ly/64KV1 Utterly irresponsible police action

  171. May al-Ibrashy

    Just burn people at the stake without a trial it's quicker & costs less http://t.co/9EBequn via @sunny_hundal

  172. Alexander DeLarge

    RT @sunny_hundal: Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/NIAwMKe

  173. Carl Draper

    ? @davidgerard: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/53v9UtZ

  174. Stephe Meloy

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  175. Jay Thompson

    GM police publish address of riot accused; his flat burns down. 4 years for inciting crime in current climate, perhaps? http://t.co/NvbFjjO

  176. mark

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Con http://ht.ly/64KV1 Utterly irresponsible police action

  177. CambsMuslimCouncil

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/yBDQKMA <<< absolutely awful!

  178. Karin Olsson Piscart

    GM Police publish home address of riot suspect. His flat then gets burnt down afterwards http://t.co/Rn3oJbi by @sunny_hundal #UKRiots

  179. Ros Ball

    GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/D5sSatt

  180. Paul Cardin

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  181. Paul Cardin

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  182. jamescrawford

    Glad I don't live next door RT @bloggerheads @GMPolice publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/TxA3Hk1

  183. Ikem Nzeribe

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  184. Hoga4

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  185. Hoga4

    @Go92 Rioters flat burnt out after #GMP publish his address online!! http://t.co/bN739gL #Police #manchester #UK

  186. thedharmablues

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  187. roy beale

    Can police legally do this? RT @sunny_hundal: GM Police publish home address of riot suspect then flat gets burnt down http://t.co/V3VFxnA

  188. sham raj

    Manchester Police publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/FW97nCl

  189. Jelena

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/yBDQKMA <<< absolutely awful!

  190. anna-rose phipps

    GM Police publish home address of suspect: his house gets burned down http://t.co/D5sSatt

  191. Matthew Bourgeois

    Police publish details of riot suspect without arrest or charge & his flat gets burnt down in retaliation… http://t.co/apBbxDF

  192. Gareth Jones

    http://t.co/9TY9WVM GM Police publish details of #riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down; so much for #ruleoflaw

  193. Mark Carrigan

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  194. Eoin McLove

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  195. Tom MacL

    Manchester Police publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/FW97nCl

  196. Tamasin McGregor

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  197. Jon (Bambi) Page

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  198. Neill

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  199. EK McAlpine

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  200. the3rdgirl

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  201. Nemesis Republic

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  202. Chris Linthwaite

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  203. Rocki Stone

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  204. Jackart

    My reaction to this http://t.co/35PY8xP is Bwhahahahahahahahahahahahahah ha ha. As ye sow so shall ye reap.

  205. Nat

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  206. Mr. Wombat

    My reaction to this http://t.co/35PY8xP is Bwhahahahahahahahahahahahahah ha ha. As ye sow so shall ye reap.

  207. Press Not Sorry

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  208. Sam Barnett-Cormack

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  209. Technical Slip

    Oh great, Britain is getting the Hobbesian polity its bloodthirsty commentocracy demands: http://t.co/Xc0b9w5

  210. Aaron Peters

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  211. Wesley Rykalski

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  212. Wesley Rykalski

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  213. Wesley Rykalski

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  214. mushroom77

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  215. mushroom77

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  216. mushroom77

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  217. Robert Newman

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  218. Robert Newman

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  219. Robert Newman

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  220. Lee Hyde

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  221. Lee Hyde

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  222. Lee Hyde

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  223. jonny evans

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  224. jonny evans

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  225. Matthew Coleman

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  226. Tom.

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  227. Jonny Rocket

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  228. Robert Wright

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  229. bill bloggs

    How much money is @GMpolice going to throw away from the hundreds of compensation claims heading their way? http://t.co/xuovmi6

  230. SUBXERO

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  231. AOPM

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/rpKAyin

  232. Greg Eden

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  233. David Waldock

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  234. Mulatto Passer

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  235. Wikio UK

    (Liberal Conspiracy) GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down : http://t.co/ezkF9W5

  236. taz khan

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  237. Daddacool

    (Liberal Conspiracy) GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down : http://t.co/ezkF9W5

  238. Neil Holding

    Manchester Police publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/FW97nCl

  239. ????????????????

    @MrTimSearle But hold on .. http://t.co/xc39SY3

  240. Political Scrapbook

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  241. Psyborg9

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  242. pete brookes

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/Tupxja5 via @libcon #riots #fb

  243. Gustavo Von Pyedog

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/Hnirehg via @libcon

  244. Karen Witt Rowlands

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  245. Neil Hawkins

    RT @psbook: Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/kH5YHpx (from @sunny_hundal)

  246. LLPaulJ

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  247. MattFinnegan

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/58D82u9

  248. Jay Moss

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  249. Tommy M

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  250. Conman

    Suspected arsonist's house burned down after GM Police publishes his address http://t.co/Fc6PExy #ukriots

  251. R. Ville

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  252. Margot Tomkinson

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  253. terry hughes

    Reverse incitement to riot? @psbook: Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect, then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/4wyHAkm

  254. magicredpill

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  255. Nigel Gardner

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/GI2p7vW via @libcon

  256. Duncan Reynolds

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/Cb7e3SK < Lynch mobs to come soon. Civilisation, my arse.

  257. Emma

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  258. Peter Berghammer

    Greater Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://ow.ly/65rdk

  259. Pete's Public Safety

    Greater Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://ow.ly/65rhJ

  260. Poison Popcorn

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/7eMVHHE

  261. Alias Cummins

    Oh dear. http://t.co/yCuOFJ4

  262. BeximusPrime

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  263. Franky Ortsac

    RT: @psbook: Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/fNmPw0j (from @sunny_hundal)

  264. David Davies

    Greater Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down ~ http://t.co/Buu8aTl

  265. Miss Polly

    Manchester Police publish details of riot suspect … then his house gets burnt down http://t.co/mcChSES (from @sunny_hundal)

  266. ross ofcourse

    GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down | Liberal Conspiracy http://t.co/EX6W9He via @libcon

  267. Phil McDuff

    Link: GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://j.mp/p2J91P

  268. Rickkkk

    RT @libcon: GM Police publish details of riot suspect: his flat gets burnt down http://t.co/4Pltjkg

  269. Alex J. Thomas

    @Caitlin_Hoganx according to this: http://t.co/yVFYOC5

  270. leninology

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  271. Rob Manuel

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  272. Simon HB

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  273. MerseyMal

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  274. Nick Srnicek

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  275. Ordinal

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  276. Chris Linthwaite

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  277. Lizzie Vee

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  278. JamieSW

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  279. Mohamed Ansar

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  280. Che G.

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  281. Simon Harris

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  282. Jay McKinnon

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  283. rizzie a

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  284. Max

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  285. Will Why

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  286. Ed Simpson

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  287. Jennie Kermode

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  288. Dr*T

    RT @sunny_hundal: Even more outrageous: @GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/mipgWmx

  289. David Waldock

    RT @sunny_hundal: Even more outrageous: @GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/mipgWmx

  290. Marcus Nilsson

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  291. ste

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  292. Lorraine Chaplin

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  293. AdamRamsay

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  294. Paul Twist

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  295. weller

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  296. Pauline

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  297. dOSs_

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  298. Jay Nathan

    “@sunny_hundal: Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/Px6wOae”

  299. christine clifford

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  300. Nizabeth Bennet

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  301. Top Politics Tweets

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  302. ,

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  303. nome de plume

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  304. Mark Longden

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  305. BenSix

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  306. Carl Baker

    @mariemarie22 On their website, apparently. See here: http://t.co/i4445CT The issue is whether addresses should be published pre-trial…

  307. Ban the Police from Twitter « beyondclicktivism

    [...] police said it was arson; later they changed their mind. If it was arson then their decision to publish his address on twitter deserves investigation. Such details are always matters of public record when someone is charged [...]

  308. Pissed Proletariat

    Riot suspect's flat torched. How long before the righteous mob starts going after paediatricians again? http://t.co/scw488t

  309. Pissed Proletariat

    British police publish address of riot suspect. Now his flat has been burned down. http://t.co/6QAVigG h/t @RuwaydaMustafah #responsibility

  310. Pissed Proletariat

    … and THEN GM Police delete their own press release which stated his name and details http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  311. Pissed Proletariat

    So, @gmpolice. You publish a guys home address, his flat gets burned down. Still think naming and shaming is funny? http://j.mp/nWGVHf

  312. Pissed Proletariat

    presumably this sort of thing is worth more than 4years? RT @libcon:
    GMP publish address of suspect: house burned down http://t.co/4TQQj3b

  313. csignals

    Even more outrageous: GMPolice publish home address of riot *suspect*. His flat then gets burnt down http://t.co/jWrFk3q

  314. Riot suspect whose flat was burnt down was innocent | Liberal Conspiracy

    [...] was burnt down was innocent by Sunny Hundal     August 21, 2011 at 2:34 pm Last week I reported that GM Police had released the name of an individual suspected of taking part in the riots (and [...]

  315. James Wagner

    police publish suspect's info; unknowns torch his flat http://t.co/jp6impV methods of police state w/o enuf police yet http://t.co/4U9oI9u

  316. Riot suspect who had flat burnt was innocent | TRAITS OF THE RICH

    [...] week I reported that GM Police had released the name of an individual simply suspected of taking part in the riots [...]

  317. Zan Minsh

    Its official @gmpolice are scum http://t.co/u4NcJdG

  318. Kate Joester

    @MaggieEdinburgh @loota no, link to the Metro story where there's an imaginary elk conversation! http://t.co/4BsHKyA

  319. FW

    @amcunningham Interesting. This is what happens when police Tweet about suspects http://t.co/yQxZyHj4 http://t.co/UWAffvUM @essexinspector

  320. AnneMarie Cunningham

    @amcunningham Interesting. This is what happens when police Tweet about suspects http://t.co/yQxZyHj4 http://t.co/UWAffvUM @essexinspector

  321. Stephen Brown

    @amcunningham Interesting. This is what happens when police Tweet about suspects http://t.co/yQxZyHj4 http://t.co/UWAffvUM @essexinspector

  322. FW

    @markhawker @amcunningham @kevfrost http://t.co/yQxZyHj4 and http://t.co/UWAffvUM





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