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Please see below for a shout-out for witnesses by two of my friends who got beaten up and nicked by the police on the 9th December at the student protests. They need help, so please spread widely!

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Help Wanted With Our Defence

Were You at the 9th of December Student Fees Protest?

Did You see:

A police officer fall off his white/grey horse in Broad Sanctuary at around 3:30pm and the events leading up to it? (around the time of the first police horse charge into the students)

These two students interacting with a German male protester in Parliament Square earlier in the afternoon?

Student A Student B
6’1″ Tall with shoulder length black/purple hair wearing a black jacket, black trousers, V for Vendetta mask, Russian style hat and carrying a black and white rucksack. 6’3″ Tall with waist length brown hair, wearing a green fleece jacket, black/dark blue jogging bottoms, V for Vendetta mask and carrying a black rucksack.

If you have any information please contact
JenniferHilliard@hotmail.com – TEL 0774 60 60 551

Basically, did you see this happen?

If so, please get in contact. My friends are in a lot of trouble because of police lies. We need the truth to get out.

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Newly published from myself on Manchester Mule:

The student movement against fees and cuts has been a pretty big fail by our stated goals so far. Tuition fees have tripled, our teaching budgets are still being cut by 80 percent, and I don’t think anyone outside the student bubble even noticed the day the Commons voted to stop thousands of 16 year olds from getting to school now they won’t be receiving their Educational Maintenance Allowance. And much of the Daily Mail readership now thinks that students are scrounging, racist, violent thugs. The student movement hasn’t had a great campaign to date.

Or have we? Let’s look at these statistics.

Read More.

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