Unbelievable UK police FAQ answer. Unresponsive FBI.

An entry in the Frequently Asked Questions section of www.askthe.police.uk (a site that is operated by the Police National Legal Database in the UK, which provides information used by local police constabularies to help inform the public) asks, “Are there any legal self defence products that I can buy?” Answer: “The only fully legal self defence product at the moment is a rape alarm.”

The statement goes on to caution against the use of nearly any other type of defense product, and reads like an appeal for victims to graciously suffer criminal violence. The answer makes clear “You must not get a product which is made or adapted to cause a person injury. Possession of such a product in public (and in private in specific circumstances) is against the law.”

Even if that person is trying to cut your head off. Bright. I’ll say it to their faces: whoever makes this “stuff” up is an evil fool. Well, would you rather be legal or be breathing? Pick one.

We have a report that the FBI is now on record — sworn under oath — that their FOIA system is designed to be unresponsive. It seems that the FBI will intentionally give important assignments to absolutely untrained personnel as PART OF THE COVER-UP. Being unfamiliar with the multiple layers of security behind which the FBI hides documents, the designated newbies will check one database and find nothing, thereby answering the FOIA request with “no documents found.”


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