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  • Most people seem to be missing the point which is that the police seem to be able to do whatever damage they like and expect their victims to pick up the tab. If any one of us, with full insurance and parked legally had been the victim of a police action like this we would have had to pay for the repairs or our insurance premium would go up because of a claim and we would have to foot the bill for the car being towed to a safe place. We coud have been on holiday or working away from home-as far as I know my insurer does not have my mobile phone number-and been out of contact. It could have been a fur coat or soft toy mistaken for a dying pet,or even forgotten maggots,but we would not have committed a crime, there would have been no fault and it is entirely wrong for anyone to have to suffer financially in those circumstances. Even if the police were acting in good faith if there is no conviction they should have to pick up the bill for damage. Might make them think around problems a bit more intelligently-if someone was dead and there were flies there was all the time in the world to get a garage to open the car doors.

    Daisy Roots

    Sunday, November 25, 2012

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