Gazza1222 wrote:In July of this year I was arrested as part of an operation by the Serious Organised Crime Agency ( SOCA ) for drugs charges that I was entirely innocent of. I just happened to be mixing in certain circles at that time and had been linked by association. When I was taken to the copshop I refused to give any details about myself and also refused to acknowledge anything that was said or demanded of me and was placed in cells for several hours. Later that day two detectives opened the door and said they wanted to interview me. My response was " If you monkeys want to spend your time chasing your tails because someone who has a grudge against me picked the phone up well that's fine by me but dont expect me to play your games. I'm not leaving this cell." They replied that my solicitor was there to speak with me in the interview room and I told them to bring him to the cell. Five mins later he's in my cell and asking me to go to the interview room. I reluctantly obliged. On turning the tapes on the coppers asked for my name and date of birth, of which I refused ( still no contract ). I answered the few questions they asked methen the interview was concluded. At that point the desk sergeant asked for a word with my brief outside, and a few mins later my brief came back and said they were going to bail me. I said they werent and he seemed a little confused by my response, so I explained to him that because I hadnt commited any statutory offence and there was no evidence to suggest otherwise then they being a private corporation were breaching my common law rights by unlawfully detaining me. I refused to accept bail and simply told him that they will release me regardless. My brief asked me to go through the motions at the desk while the sergeant read the bail sheet out at which point I signalled him to stop and place me back in the cell, which he did. About half an hour later the desk sergeant's back with the inspector who, on the pretext of an eight hour review (I'd been in about five hours) told me they were bailing me out. Again I told them that I hadn't contracted with them at any time and I would be leaving the station as I had came in. At hearing this the inspector said "Look, neither my desk sergeant or me want you in our station, so the sergeant will read your bail sheet in front of the cctv camera in the custody suite and that will satisfy us" When I was ready to leave the sergeant dutifully read out the bail sheet to which I didn't acknowledge. Not at any time from my arrest to release did I acknowledge them or give my details which would have established a joinder or contract. My bail date has long past and of all the people arrested that day one was found in possession of a small amount of cannibis (personal) and they took her to court to justify wasting taxpayers money on a massive police operation. This works, just learn to apply it.
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