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A police officer has been identified who joined the anti-Israel chants at the UK protest


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Last week I posted some Disturbing scenes From an anti-Israel demonstration in London, including a police policeman showing support for their morally reprehensible and anti-Semitic cause.

It looks like the video in the Tweets I included has been removed, but you don’t have to worry. Posted elsewhere:

And a police cop Have been descended.

A cop who shouted “ Free Palestine ” at a demonstration was named as a 20-year-old new recruiter who joined the Met just six months ago.

PC Notion Gun raised its fist in the air and joined the protesters outside the Israeli embassy in Kensington, west London, last weekend.

The demonstrators were calling for “immediate measures” and “an end to the occupation” amid the ongoing conflict with Israel, which has killed hundreds of people.

It can now be revealed that the officer in question, PC Jan, started with the Metropolitan Police Road Police Command and Transportation Police six months ago – after completing three months of training.

The Occupational Standards Department has been informed and is fully investigating the circumstances of this incident and determining appropriate additional action. ‘

In footage taken at the protest last weekend, the policewoman is shown holding the hand of an activist receiving a white rose.

PC Jan seems to say that she “prays day and night” to God.

The woman then embraces despite the Met’s rules which stipulate that “officers must remain independent and impartial in the performance of their duties.”

She raised her arm in the air and chanted again and again: “Liberate Palestine, liberate Palestine,” sparking chants of thousands of people who marched to the protest at the Israeli embassy.

But don’t be fooled by its name. She is just an emotional girl.

A friend said the sunNoush was upset with the scenes from Gaza and she was driven by emotion to do what she did.

Apparently, the violence and apparent anti-Semitism – including violence against fellow policemen and women – have not stirred such sentiments. Go and conclude.

Here we hope she will never be allowed out on the streets again as a policewoman.

Maybe she and a certain person Former physics teacher They can drown their sorrows together.

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