Blind man tasered in the back.

Posted: October 18, 2012 in British jobs for British workers, Law & Disorder
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Yesterday I blogged about the ‘Old Bill’ banning their police officers and staff from having tattoos because it made them look “thuggish”. It’s not tattoos that make the police appear to be thugs, last night police fired a 50,000-volt Taser into the back of a blind man. In the back, blimey it’s not as though they had to creep up on the poor old geezer.
Apparently an officer mistook stroke victim Colin Farmer’s white stick for a samurai sword and discharged the stun gun – leaving the retired architect rolling about in agony on the ground.
No disciplinary action is being taken against the officer. No surprise there then, obviously the shooter didn’t have a tattoo.

Illegal workers in Sussex.

UKBA officers visited the Chilcha Indian Restaurant on Montague Street, Worthing, and the China Royal Restaurant on Market Road, Chichester, on Friday 12th October where they questioned staff to check if they had the right to work in the UK.

At Chilcha, which was visited at 17:30, they arrested two Bangladeshi men aged 34 and 40 who were working in breach of their visa conditions.

Two Chinese women aged 21 and 24, who had stayed in the country after their visas expired, were arrested at China Royal which was visited at 19:30. A 23-year-old Chinese man also working in the restaurant was found to be a failed asylum seeker and has been placed on immigration bail while his case is investigated. Will they be able to find him when his case has been investigated?

Meanwhile in Belfast

Officers visited the New Century Takeaway on Belmont Road, Belfast on the 15th October to question staff and ensure they had the right to work in the UK.
After the immigration status of staff was checked, a 39-year-old Chinese woman and three Chinese men aged between 20 and 37 were discovered to be working illegally.
The woman and one man were found to have over-stayed their visas and the other two men were both working without permission. All four who were living in accommodation above the business have now been placed in detention in Larne House while steps are taken to remove them from the UK.


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