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This website Video Channel is a detailed record of these parasites all with their snouts in the tax payers trough. They are all protected and on the gravy train at the tax payers expense.

Dorset Police Gravy Train

The UK holds itself up as a paragon of virtue around the world, criticising other countries for having political prisoners, and abusing peoples human rights, when in fact we have political prisioners here in the UK.

CPS Institutionalised Corruption

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Dorset & Wessex CPS Institutionalised Corruption & Misconduct

This video exposes the Institutionalised Corruption of the Dorset and Wessex CPS. In a court case that cost the rate payers / tax payers over £10,000 with three court appearances, with police, CPS Prosecutor Elizabeth Valera and Duty Solicitors. Dorset Police were trying to fit up Mr & Mrs Gill on a trumped up charge of harassment relating to a Garden Gnome and a fictitious character called Charlie Chin in relation to an ongoing neighbours dispute.

A Crime Against Humanity

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Submitted by a Victim in Bristol - July 2012

In 2003 the writer was interviewed for an allegation of having savings in excess of £8000 when applying for benefit. When out of work, the writer made applications for benefit. He explained that the amount of money in a bond was a pension provision agreed by DWP (Department of Work and Pensions) in 1999. This is because he was self employed and had no other effective scheme. In 2003 DWP disagreed claiming that the annuities should have been declared as savings to invalidate claims for benefit.