ARRESTED? Protest Support Line: 07946 541 511
Green & Black Cross helps protestors with legal advice.
No comment to all police questions during casual chats, 'booking in' & interviews. At the police station you may wish to give your name, address, date of birth, and nationality to speed up your release. For your protection and that of other people, don't answer further questions.
We recommend not giving personal details to the police for as long as possible. If you have been arrested and taken to the police station you may wish to give your name, address and date of birth at the custody desk to speed your release.
If you are asked to do something by a police officer, ask them what power (i.e. what law) they are using and why they are using it. Make a note of what was said, by whom (numbers) as soon as possible afterwards.
Cautions are an admission of guilt
Offering you a caution is a way the police may ask you to admit guilt for an offence without having to charge you. It is an easy win for the police, as they don’t have to provide any evidence or convince a court of your guilt.
CHECK OUT POWER TO THE PEOPLE
Here you will find:
TEMPLATE LETTERS available for download including:
Refusal of Face Masks in the Workplace, Exemptions from Masks in School, Decline of PCR Testing in the Workplace, GP Vaccine Refusal
ACTING ON YOUR BEHALF IN LEGAL SITUATIONS
Overturning fines, taking an employer to court, cease and dismiss of harassment from GP, etc.
CHECK OUT RATIONAL.GLOBAL
Here you will find:
Information about a CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT against the UK Government
"If you feel you’ve been harmed in any way, whether psychologically, emotionally, medically, financially or otherwise, because of coronavirus restrictions, policies or protocols, you may have a claim against UK Government for causing these harms."
HOW TO AVOID BEING STUFFED WHEN YOU ARE FACING THE NEEDLE
1. How dangerous is the disease for which the stuff is being given? (Exactly what are the chances that the disease will kill or cripple?)
2. How effective is the stuff?
3. How dangerous is the stuff? (Exactly what are the chances that it will kill or cripple?)
4. What side effects are associated with the stuff?
7. Will you guarantee that this stuff will not harm me (my child)? If not - exactly how risky is it?
8. Will you take full responsibility for any ill effects caused by this stuff?
9. Is the stuffing essential?