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PostWed Jun 02, 2010 4:50 pm » by Torofamily


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Neighbours who keep the curtains closed and a boy who likes to draw guns among 'suspects' of terror hotline
By Andrew Chamberlain
Last updated at 12:24 PM on 1st June 2010
Read more:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1283073/Private-neighbours-boy-likes-draw-guns-suspects-terror-hotline.html#ixzz0piLAJy00



A schoolboy 'obsessed' with drawing pictures of bombs and guns, and a neighbour who liked to keep his curtains drawn, are among dozens of people being reported to a police scheme aimed to unearth potential terrorists.

Critics of the Channel Project say it encourages people to spy on their neighbours, but police claim the scheme's aim is to prevent 'vulnerable people' becoming radicalised.

Dozens of people in East Lancashire, mainly aged between 15 and 24, have been reported to police for having either extremist Islamic views, far-right leanings and or being IRA sympathisers.

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Vigilance or spying? The Channel Project encourages people to report any suspicious behaviour to police. Critics say it could infringe on the right to privacy

Police complete background checks on all individuals reported before a panel meets to decide if any action needs to be taken.

Interventions can range from a simple chat, to a complex mentoring and counselling process.

Some cases include:

* A school pupil who is obsessed with drawing bombs and guns;
* A bus passenger expressing racist views;
* New neighbours behaving oddly, including keeping their curtains drawn; and
* A vulnerable loner who suddenly received visitors to his home at irregular times.

The information has not prompted any criminal investigations, with tip-offs coming from people in public sector jobs, including teachers, social workers and bin men.

But now police are urging the wider community to report their concerns to the hotline.

The pilot schemes set up in Blackburn and Burnley are two of 28 launched last November after concerns that many neighbours in Leeds had suspicions about the 7/7 London bombers but did not report anything to police.

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Prevention: The Channel Project was in response to concerns that neighbours in Leeds had suspicions about the 7/7 London bombers but did not report anything

Opponents of the scheme say it could cause more harm than good - striking fear into communities. But police said it was 'not about spying, but identifying vulnerable people and helping them'.

Inspector Paul Goodall, the sceme's coordinator for East Lancashire, said the project aimed to target those with 'extremist views'. He said: 'We are looking at people who would not normally come on to our radar.

'In their behaviour they may not actually be doing anything wrong, but if we have concerns about how they could develop, it is our role to engage with that person.

'The Channel Project is all about supporting vulnerable individuals.

'This is a massive change for us because these people are not criminals. We hope and expect that the numbers of referrals will increase.'

Blackburn MP and for Justice Secretary Jack Straw said a fine balance needed to be found to protect the public and not infringe on people's privacy.

He said: 'The horror of terrorism is that he victims are chosen at random and as someone who was involved in an IRA attack in the 1970s I know hat it is one of those areas that the police cannot ignore.

'I am reassured that this project is in the hands of Lancashire police, who have a fantastic record in working with the community.'

Salim Mulla, chairman of the Lancashire Council of Mosques, said it was a 'step too far'.

He said: 'People in the community already know what their responsibilities are and people will report to the police if they see anything suspicious.

'I think this could just create fear among the community.'




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PostWed Jun 02, 2010 5:04 pm » by Dank1


ya weve got it it's called neibor hood watch and signs are posted to report all suspicious activity,even old folks with nuthing better to do than harass their neibors go on neibor hood patrol and try and take the law into their own hands,just wait till one of them gets shot and killed.
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PostWed Jun 02, 2010 6:10 pm » by E6722maj


at school my exercise books were literally covered with doodles, invariably of planes, explosions, tanks, soldiers etc. just boyish military fascination. wonder if now that would have somehow 'marked' me???? :think: :alien:
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PostWed Jun 02, 2010 6:21 pm » by Drextin


e6722maj wrote:at school my exercise books were literally covered with doodles, invariably of planes, explosions, tanks, soldiers etc. just boyish military fascination. wonder if now that would have somehow 'marked' me???? :think: :alien:

Good damn point. I used to draw guns and tanks and anything war like in school. Now I would probably be sent to be evaluated at some mental health facility.
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PostWed Jun 02, 2010 6:29 pm » by Torofamily


drextin wrote:
e6722maj wrote:at school my exercise books were literally covered with doodles, invariably of planes, explosions, tanks, soldiers etc. just boyish military fascination. wonder if now that would have somehow 'marked' me???? :think: :alien:

Good damn point. I used to draw guns and tanks and anything war like in school. Now I would probably be sent to be evaluated at some mental health facility.



Agreed.............stick figures with machine gun shooting at helicopters.
that book you had e6722maj was probably mine. :mrgreen:
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PostWed Jun 02, 2010 6:39 pm » by Allreadydead


This man has now learnt to close his curtains, so you can't really win can you, keep them closed and SWAT will visit you and you'll get arrested - keep them open and the police will arrest you.............. :ohno: :mrgreen:


Man arrested for making coffee in own home while naked
An American man who made coffee in his own home while nude is facing charges of indecent exposure.


Published: 12:40PM BST 22 Oct 2009
Eric Williamson: Man arrested for making coffee in own home while naked
Eric Williamson Photo: UNIVERSAL NEWS & SPORT

Eric Williamson, from Springfield, Virginia, was brewing coffee in his kitchen when a woman and a seven-year-old boy walked past the window and saw him.

The woman complained to police who arrested Williamson shortly after the incident on Monday morning.

Williamson, 29, insisted he did nothing wrong and that any exposure of his private parts were accidental.

"Yes I wasn't wearing any clothes but I was alone, in my own home and just got out of bed. It was dark and I had no idea anyone was outside looking in at me," he said.

Williamson, who has a five-year-old daughter, added: "I am a loving dad. Any of my friends and anyone knows that and there is not a chance on this planet I would ever, ever, ever do anything like that to a kid.

"I never had a conversation with anyone, never saw anyone. Didn't cross my mind, came and got coffee. I mean if I stood and seemed comfortable in my kitchen possibly it's natural. It's my kitchen," he insisted.

A spokesman for Fairfax county police, Mary Ann Jennings, said Williamson was arrested because officers believed he wanted to be seen naked by the public.

The 29-year-old faces up to a year in jail and a $2,000 fine if he is convicted. He is fighting the charge and seeking damages from police.

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PostWed Jun 02, 2010 6:48 pm » by Torofamily


allreadydead wrote:This man has now learnt to close his curtains, so you can't really win can you, keep them closed and SWAT will visit you and you'll get arrested - keep them open and the police will arrest you.............. :ohno: :mrgreen:


Man arrested for making coffee in own home while naked
An American man who made coffee in his own home while nude is facing charges of indecent exposure.

Published: 12:40PM BST 22 Oct 2009
Eric Williamson: Man arrested for making coffee in own home while naked
Eric Williamson Photo: UNIVERSAL NEWS & SPORT


Eric Williamson, from Springfield, Virginia, was brewing coffee in his kitchen when a woman and a seven-year-old boy walked past the window and saw him.

The woman complained to police who arrested Williamson shortly after the incident on Monday morning.

Williamson, 29, insisted he did nothing wrong and that any exposure of his private parts were accidental.

"Yes I wasn't wearing any clothes but I was alone, in my own home and just got out of bed. It was dark and I had no idea anyone was outside looking in at me," he said.

Williamson, who has a five-year-old daughter, added: "I am a loving dad. Any of my friends and anyone knows that and there is not a chance on this planet I would ever, ever, ever do anything like that to a kid.

"I never had a conversation with anyone, never saw anyone. Didn't cross my mind, came and got coffee. I mean if I stood and seemed comfortable in my kitchen possibly it's natural. It's my kitchen," he insisted.

A spokesman for Fairfax county police, Mary Ann Jennings, said Williamson was arrested because officers believed he wanted to be seen naked by the public.

The 29-year-old faces up to a year in jail and a $2,000 fine if he is convicted. He is fighting the charge and seeking damages from police.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/6406630/Man-arrested-for-making-coffee-in-own-home-while-naked.html








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PostWed Jun 02, 2010 7:21 pm » by Harryjackson


I allways close the curtains when im playing UBI.

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