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Another story from the weird and wonderful world of ‘you really couldnt make this shit up’. 

I saw the YouTube video to this disgusting, cowardly Police attack on a British pensioner  last year and was so outraged that I put it on this site for a while. If you haven’t seen it, click on the Daily Mail link at the bottom of this article. By doing so the pathetic propaganda Rag repeaters may realise that I haven’t got it in for them.. I love them dearly, don’t cha know. 

Poor PC Mike Bailout. Seems he was hounded out of his job as a Copper due to his colleagues bullying him over the video of his bullying a pensioner. Note he wasn’t being bullied for the actual bullying. That just about says it all doesn’t it?

I have consistently maintained that the UK Police forces are nothing more than Bullying Thugs who rely on numbers to intimidate the Zombies.

You only have to look at the pathetic ‘cry baby’  in his photo to see that OAP’s are about the cunts limit.

That he is in line for a payout is absolutely disgusting. Why wasn’t he sacked and charged with an offence over the incident?

I will tell you why he wasn’t.

It is because he was doing what they are encouraged to do, namely, putting the fear of God into the public.

Quite how they achieve that with those who aren’t infirm or in school, I’ll never know. 

I’m not scared of god and I’m certainly not scared of bullies.

A made up old fella with a long beard who rides about on a cloud all day is hardly the stuff of nightmares. By the same token, I am not scared of a worthless bully dressed up like Rambo on parade… Pathetic piece of shit.

Pc who became YouTube sensation after smashing pensioner’s car window with truncheon to get six-figure payout after being bullied out of job

 

  • Panel rules Pc Mike Baillon, 42, unfairly dismissed from traffic squad
  • He allegedly quit his job after becoming the butt of jokes
  • YouTube video showed CCTV of him battering car near Usk, South Wales
  • Another officer jumped onto bonnet of the car and kicked in the windscreen
  • Police disciplinary panel concluded that the officers’ actions were justified

By MAIL ON SUNDAY REPORTER

PUBLISHED: 00:06, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 12:37, 3 March 2013

Pc Mike Baillon and his wife at the tribunalPc Mike Baillon and his wife at the tribunal

A police officer who was ‘bullied’ out of his job after he was filmed smashing into a disabled pensioner’s car with his truncheon has won his employment tribunal.

Pc Mike Baillon, 42, claimed he was forced out of his job after becoming the butt of jokes from fellow officers over CCTV footage of him battering the Range Rover of 74-year-old driver Robert Whatley, near Usk in Monmouthshire, South Wales.

The video of Pc Baillon wielding his truncheon was viewed more than 30million times on YouTube, leading him to walk out of his job after being ridiculed every day by his fellow police officers.

 

But the tribunal ruled he was unfairly dismissed from the traffic squad after writing a ‘whistle-blowing’ letter to the force raising a number of concerns at how his case was handled.

The panel has yet to decide how much compensation Mr Baillon should receive but it is likely to run to six figures because of lost earnings and pension entitlements.

He was one of two police officers chasing stroke victim Mr Whatley as he drove along country roads without a seatbelt, before pulling him over in his black £60,000 Range Rover in 2009.

Mr Whatley expected the officers to gently knock on his window, but instead Pc Baillon attacked it with a baton 15 times while his colleague climbed onto the bonnet and kicked in the windscreen.

Mr Baillon told an employment tribunal in Cardiff that he was moved from the roads unit to a local policing team after the incident.

The officers were cleared of misconduct after an internal investigation but Pc Baillon was removed from frontline duties and his colleagues often brought up the ‘Whatley incident’, the tribunal heard.

Pc Baillon told the hearing: ‘The ridicule from colleagues was getting to me – it was every single day.

‘They thought I had done wrong and I was lucky to have got away with it. I just wanted my closure.’

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Extreme: Pc Mike Baillon, 42, quit his job after becoming the butt of jokes from fellow officers over the CCTV of him battering the Range Rover Extreme: Pc Mike Baillon, 42, quit his job after becoming the butt of jokes from fellow officers over the CCTV of him battering the Range Rover

On camera: As the window was being smashed in, an officer was on the bonnet stamping on the windscreenOn camera: As the window was being smashed in, an officer was on the bonnet stamping on the windscreen
Shocked: The two officers were later cleared of misconduct after an investigation but Pc Baillon was removed from front-line duties and his colleagues often brought up the 'Whatley incident', a tribunal heardShocked: The two officers were later cleared of misconduct after an investigation but Pc Baillon was removed from front-line duties and his colleagues often brought up the ‘Whatley incident’, a tribunal heard

Mr Baillon also told the tribunal in Cardiff that his locker at work was defaced over the ‘Whatley incident’ and that he became a ‘laughing stock’.

The experienced officer finally took sick leave for stress and wrote letters of complaint to the Gwent Police Authority.

Former police Superintendent James Baker told the tribunal that he was taken off front-line duties because Pc Baillon’s mental state could have impaired his ability to respond to high-speed chases.

Jean Norton, of Ashfords Solicitors, who represented Mr Baillon, said her client was ‘relieved’ at the outcome.

Legal victory: Robert Whatley won £20,000 compensation from police after officers smashed his car windowsLegal victory: Robert Whatley won £20,000 compensation from police after officers smashed his car windows
Damage: Mr Whatley was ordered to pay £235 after being found guilty of speeding and failing to stop for policeDamage: Mr Whatley was ordered to pay £235 after being found guilty of speeding and failing to stop for police

‘This matter has caused both him and his family undue stress and financial loss, and the team is delighted to have been able to help Mr Baillon, a conscientious and highly regarded police officer, win this victory.’

Mr Whatley won a £20,750 payout from the police over the damage caused to his Range Rover and also received £45,000 is costs.

He was later ordered to pay £235 after being found guilty of speeding and failing to stop for police.

Speaking at the time of the incident, the pensioner said: ‘You would have thought I had robbed a bank.

‘It’s something you might expect in America but not in the quiet of the British countryside.’

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SACKED PSYCHO-PLOD SUES FORCE.

Ally Cosgrove

 

A Cardiff Employment Tribunal has ruled that a traffic police officer was unfairly dismissed from his job for writing a whistle-blowing whinge letter to the force’s hierarchy complaining he had been unfairly dealt with for acting in an unprofessional manner that would have caused fear and alarm to a platoon of Nazi storm troopers – let alone a geriatric driver with health issues.

 

The Plod Squad officer, PC Taffy McTwatt, a former G4S Renta-Thug Security Agency guard, claimed he was made a laughing stock of and forced out of his job due a politically incorrect bullying campaign initiated by colleagues in the South Wales Scroteshire Police who teased him and wrote insensitive graffiti comments on his locker at the station following a road rage incident in which he lost it – spit the proverbial dummy – and attacked a Range Rover driver’s side window with his Jolly Jackrabbit baton – with the video of the attack going viral and appearing on SpewTube, the online video sharing website – where it garnered 30 million hits.

 

The incident, recorded in Imax 3D on the police car’s dashboard video camera, was triggered when Mr Ron Madeupname, 74, was pulled over by officers for a minor traffic offence – not wearing his seat belt – but drove away, believing they’d finished dealing with him after he gave them £20 quid each for coffee and donuts.

 

He was subsequently pursued for 17 minutes along country lanes and when the car was finally brought to a halt the video shows PC McTwatt running up to the driver’s door with his dildo-like truncheon drawn and striking the window non-stop until it smashed – while his gormless companion PC Frank ‘Basher’ O’Moron, jumped on the £60,000 Range Rover’s bonnet and proceeded to boot in the windscreen – at the end of which the hapless Madeupname was dragged from the driver’s seat and manhandled out of camera range.

 

Appearing at Scrotborough Magistrates Court following the surreal incident, Mr Madeupname, who claimed he thought the officers were giving him a police escort home in grateful response for their £20 nicker bribes, was found guilty of not wearing a seat belt, failing to stop, using a vehicle with a personalised registration plate, having non-standard tinted windows, bribing police officers – and driving in a pair of slippers.

 

Conversely Mr Madeupname was eventually provided with an official apology for the officer’s barbaric conduct and awarded £20,750 compensation for the damage to his 4 x 4 and £45,000 in legal costs.

 

Speaking to a press hack from the Psychopaths Gazette, Madeupname opined “You’d have thought I’d robbed a fucking bank – or was some kiddie fiddling Tory cabinet minister on the run the way those two delinquent goons attacked me – and did anyone test them for booze of drugs? Of course not cos they’re all members of the same secret handshake club.”

“It’s something you might expect in Los Angeles where the police are recruited from the terminal psychosis wards of mental institutes but not in the quiet of the Welsh countryside.”

 

So once again we see Charles Dickens’ Mr Bumble proved correct in his iconic observation that ‘The law is an ass’ – or in this case rather that the uniformed tossers tasked with administering the law at street level are a bunch of donkeys – and the thug responsible awarded a six-figure unfair dismissal payout by the not fit for purpose Employment Tribunal.

Here we have a clinically insane psycho in a blue uniform, with McTwatt’s administrative misdemeanour equating as ‘we can get away with anything’ – being on a par with the Met’s TSG barbarian Simon Harwood, caught on video at a G20 protest demo’ in the act of dealing out the fatal blows that were the direct cause of innocent passer-by news vendor Ian Tomlinson’s death – for which he dodged a guilty verdict of manslaughter and instead walked away with no more than a slap on the wrist.

 

Thought for the day: Was the old fart in the Range Rover at fault? Yes. Were the gung ho brain damaged plods at fault? Yes. Hence here we have a total clusterfuck reaction in which Psycho-Plods 1 and 2 went overboard – much to the entertainment of 30 million YouTube viewers.

Thank fuck he wasn’t carrying a chair leg – or a stack of Big Issues – or looking a bit like a Brazilian electrician – otherwise it would have been a body bag incident. Hmmm, little wonder the UK’s police force prefix of PC has come to mean Prize Cunt.

 

http://thesatirestall.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/sacked-psycho-plod-sues-force.html

 

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