Metropolitan Police & East London

Metropolitan Police is a generic title for the municipal police force for a major metropolitan area, and it may be part of the official title of the force. East London (Afrikaans: Oos-Londen, ) is a city on the southeast coast of South Africa, situated at 32.97°S and 27.87°E in the Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality of the Eastern Cape province. 2.0/5

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One of the worst ones...Heartbreaking. Henry Bates (Harry) had his pet dog ‘Otis’ seized from the inside of his car by the Metropolitan Police on December 4th 1991, following a routine stop and check in the Blackwall Tunnel in East London. Otis was asleep in the car when one officer declared he looked like a ‘pit bull’ and seized him. Harry was later charged with having a dog unmuzzled and unleashed in a ‘public place’ contrary to Section One of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991. Following a Magistrates Court hearing in July 1992, Harry was found guilty and Otis, who had never harmed anyone or given cause for concern, was sentenced to death by the Court. An Appeal was lodged and the legal process, centred on what did and did not constitute a ‘public place’ continued. Later a legal ruling by Justice Waller and Lord Justice Rose on February 25th 1993 stated that the interior of a private car on a public highway is, for the purposes of the Act, a public place. Otis was held at a secret location whi ...
East London immigration and benefit fraudster jailed 02 November 2012 An immigration scam gang which fraudulently siphoned over £4 million in benefits has been jailed for a total of 19 years. The crime ring was smashed following an investigation by the UK Border Agency's criminal and financial investigation team which saw 9 people arrested during a series of coordinated dawn raids across east London in September 2011. The probe also involved a number of organisations, including HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), and found the scam had been operating for around 19 years. Ringleader Ruth Nabuguzi, 49, of Church Road in Newham, used several false identifies to fraudulently claim benefit payments for herself, helping to build a complex consisting of luxury apartments, shops, restaurants and a hotel in her home city of Kampala, Uganda. She also created false identities for people she claimed were her children or dependents that enabled them to enter the country illeg ...
The Battle of Cable Street - October 4th 1936 In 1936, fascism was gaining ground across Europe. In Britain, Sir Oswald Mosley’s Blackshirted British Union of Fascists (BUF) portrayed Jewish people as the cause of the country’s problems. East London had the largest Jewish population in Britain and the announcement that Mosley and his Blackshirts planned a provocative march through the area on October the 4th was greeted with anger and a determination that it should be stopped. A petition was signed and local politicians tried to have the march called off - but to no avail. On the day, up to 250,000 people gathered to defend the East End. There was a fierce battle with the police when they attempted to clear a path for the march and a barricade was erected and defended in Cable Street. People in their houses threw eggs, milk bottles and the contents of chamber pots from upstairs’ windows, whilst at ground level, marbles were rolled under police horses’ hooves. The march could not proceed and Mosley ...
the news on Wednesday,18th of April, James Ibori, the former governor of one of Nigeria’s oil-producing states, pleaded guilty in a UK court to 10 counts of money-laundering and conspiracy to defraud, at Southwark Crown Court, South East London. The case is estimated to be worth as much as $250m over eight years, according to police, “The money was lavished on a portfolio of luxury houses, fleets of top-of-the-range cars, fees at some of the UK’s most expensive boarding schools, first-class travel, expensive hotels and even a $20m private jet,” the Metropolitan Police'The prosecutor called him a “thief in government house and common criminal”.
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