Wrongful arrest and hand-cuffing of 75 year old man
Mr Barry Talbot had placed a Toy Surveillance Camera in his garden as a deterrent against burglars. Reputable burglar alarm companies also place dummy alarm boxes, and dummy surveillance cameras on buildings as a deterrent. Unfortunately in Dorset all the councillors, police officers, and council officers are all urinating in the same pot when it comes to moving the combined force of the Dorset Authorities against a individual victim. This is institutionalised Misconduct in the extreme. Dorset have a long history of doing this. It first came to out attention in 1995, and was a well established modus operandi at that time.
They have learnt nothing from all the complaints over the years, and dislike incumbent officers telling members of parliament that these complaints were all dealt with in the past, the way they operate is still the same. They normally mobilise the weight of the authorities usually in favour of someone connected with them, at the detriment of the victim. Mr Talbot's il treatment was because a neighbour did not tike his deterrent camera.
It is alleged that as a result of the neighbour seeking the help of a local councillor, Mr Talbot was first pursued by the council planning enforcement officers who knew very well that Mr Talbot's toy camera could not be removed by enforcement, despite their threats and harassment of him. The next harassment of this elderly man was then perpetrated by Dorset Police in an attempt to frighten Mr Talbot into taking down the camera. See the footage below.