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UK: Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
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BurfordTJustice
2018-03-08 16:52:01 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody

British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.

Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.

The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."

Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.

Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.

Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.

"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.

"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
tim...
2018-03-08 16:57:47 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would be
panned as completely implausible by the critics

tim
JNugent
2018-03-08 17:33:25 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would
be panned as completely implausible by the critics
Twelfth Night. Act 3, Scene 4:

Fabian: If this were played upon a stage now, I could condemn it as an
improbable fiction.

[Shakespeare in full self-awareness mode, given the plot of the play.]
Handsome Jack
2018-03-08 19:22:55 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would
be panned as completely implausible by the critics
Panned?

You're round the bend mate.
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Paul Pot
2018-03-08 22:49:39 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone
without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused
medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
would be panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
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Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
BurfordTJustice
2018-03-09 11:10:54 UTC
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How about 47 days??



"Paul Pot" <***@SIBU.HQ> wrote in message news:p7sem8$ag8$***@dont-email.me...
: tim... presented the following explanation :
: > "BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message
: > news:p7rpnl$2fk$***@dont-email.me...
: >> Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in
: >> custody
: >>
: >> British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
: >> refused
: >> to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
: >>
: >> Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
: >> chased
: >> by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase,
: >> the BBC
: >> reported.
: >>
: >> The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges
: >> were being
: >> dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police
: >> were also
: >> forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
: >> He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital,
: >> Essex Police
: >> said.
: >> The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone
: >> without going
: >> to the toilet while in custody."
: >>
: >> Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch
: >> which gave
: >> updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
: >>
: >> Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and
: >> drank,
: >> officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers
: >> never
: >> once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused
: >> medical
: >> treatment while in custody.
: >>
: >> Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed
: >> after not
: >> defecating for 47 days.
: >>
: >> "Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs
: >> inside their
: >> body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that
: >> all
: >> evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
: >> prosecution,"
: >> Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
: >>
: >> "We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths
: >> that go
: >> hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence
: >> often
: >> perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to
: >> 'plug' drugs
: >> to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
: >
: > I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
: > would be panned as completely implausible by the critics
: >
: > tim
: >
: How long could they keep him in custody like this?
:
: --
: Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?
tim...
2018-03-09 11:19:19 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would be
panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea

obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer

quite why is unclear

tim
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Vidcapper
2018-03-09 15:52:01 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
would be panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
They feared he would explode and cover the jail in shit? :p
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Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
BurfordTJustice
2018-03-09 17:07:40 UTC
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Nonsense....




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: >> tim... presented the following explanation :
: >>> "BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message
: >>> news:p7rpnl$2fk$***@dont-email.me...
: >>>> Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in
: >>>> custody
: >>>>
: >>>> British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
: >>>> refused
: >>>> to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
: >>>>
: >>>> Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
: >>>> chased
: >>>> by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase,
: >>>> the BBC
: >>>> reported.
: >>>>
: >>>> The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges
: >>>> were being
: >>>> dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were
: >>>> also
: >>>> forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
: >>>> He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex
: >>>> Police
: >>>> said.
: >>>> The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone
: >>>> without going
: >>>> to the toilet while in custody."
: >>>>
: >>>> Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch
: >>>> which gave
: >>>> updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
: >>>>
: >>>> Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and
drank,
: >>>> officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers
: >>>> never
: >>>> once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
: >>>> treatment while in custody.
: >>>>
: >>>> Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after
: >>>> not
: >>>> defecating for 47 days.
: >>>>
: >>>> "Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs
: >>>> inside their
: >>>> body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
: >>>> evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
: >>>> prosecution,"
: >>>> Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
: >>>>
: >>>> "We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths
: >>>> that go
: >>>> hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
: >>>> perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to
: >>>> 'plug' drugs
: >>>> to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
: >>>
: >>> I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
: >>> would be panned as completely implausible by the critics
: >>>
: >>> tim
: >>>
: >> How long could they keep him in custody like this?
: >
: > no idea
: >
: > obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
: >
: > quite why is unclear
:
: They feared he would explode and cover the jail in shit? :p
:
:
:
: --
:
: Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
tim...
2018-03-10 11:39:31 UTC
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Nonsense....
what

that it might happen

or that it was something they would worry about if it did?

tim
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: >
: >
: >>>> Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in
: >>>> custody
: >>>>
: >>>> British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
: >>>> refused
: >>>> to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
: >>>>
: >>>> Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
: >>>> chased
: >>>> by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase,
: >>>> the BBC
: >>>> reported.
: >>>>
: >>>> The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges
: >>>> were being
: >>>> dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were
: >>>> also
: >>>> forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
: >>>> He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex
: >>>> Police
: >>>> said.
: >>>> The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone
: >>>> without going
: >>>> to the toilet while in custody."
: >>>>
: >>>> Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch
: >>>> which gave
: >>>> updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
: >>>>
: >>>> Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and
drank,
: >>>> officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers
: >>>> never
: >>>> once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
: >>>> treatment while in custody.
: >>>>
: >>>> Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after
: >>>> not
: >>>> defecating for 47 days.
: >>>>
: >>>> "Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs
: >>>> inside their
: >>>> body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
: >>>> evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
: >>>> prosecution,"
: >>>> Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
: >>>>
: >>>> "We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths
: >>>> that go
: >>>> hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
: >>>> perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to
: >>>> 'plug' drugs
: >>>> to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
: >>>
: >>> I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
: >>> would be panned as completely implausible by the critics
: >>>
: >>> tim
: >>>
: >> How long could they keep him in custody like this?
: >
: > no idea
: >
: > obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
: >
: > quite why is unclear
: They feared he would explode and cover the jail in shit? :p
: --
: Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
JNugent
2018-03-09 17:34:47 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
would be panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
They feared he would explode and cover the jail in shit? :p
You could use that in a Monty Python film.

Again.
JNugent
2018-03-09 17:36:26 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
would be panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even
if the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
Incubus
2018-03-09 17:49:54 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
refused to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
chased by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase,
the BBC reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were
being dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police
were also forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex
Police said. The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has
gone without going to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which
gave updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside
their body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that
all evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
prosecution," Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug'
drugs to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would be
panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even if
the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to do so.
JNugent
2018-03-09 18:16:49 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
refused to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
chased by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase,
the BBC reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were
being dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police
were also forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex
Police said. The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has
gone without going to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which
gave updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside
their body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that
all evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
prosecution," Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug'
drugs to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would be
panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even if
the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to do so.
But 96 hours max, surely?

It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be
used to justify a remand rather than bail.
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2018-03-09 20:05:59 UTC
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I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would be
panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even if
the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to do so.
But 96 hours max, surely?
It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be
used to justify a remand rather than bail.
He was charged, later dropped, so does anyone know what the max legal
length of custody is for these cases?
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2018-03-10 00:22:13 UTC
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I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would be
panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even if
the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to do so.
But 96 hours max, surely?
It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be
used to justify a remand rather than bail.
He was charged, later dropped, so does anyone know what the max legal
length of custody is for these cases?
It seems they can charge you, release you at a set time, and rearrest
you on release. Seems very ambiguous, but that casse of 47 days in
custody may have occurred in an airport - so the custodee,,, was neither
in the UK until he crossed their border ???



https://www.gov.uk/arrested-your-rights/how-long-you-can-be-held-in-custody

https://www.gov.uk/charged-crime
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: On 09/03/2018 8:05 PM, Paul Pot wrote:
: > JNugent was thinking very hard :
: >> On 09/03/2018 17:49, Incubus wrote:
: >>> On 2018-03-09, JNugent <***@fastmail.fm> wrote:
: >>>> On 09/03/2018 11:19, tim... wrote:
: >>>>>
: >>>>> "Paul Pot" <***@SIBU.HQ> wrote in message
: >>>>> news:p7sem8$ag8$***@dont-email.me...
: >>>>>> tim... presented the following explanation :
: >>>>>>> "BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message
: >>>>>>> news:p7rpnl$2fk$***@dont-email.me...
: >>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>
: >>>>>>> I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
: >>>>>>> would be
: >>>>>>> panned as completely implausible by the critics
: >>>>>>>
: >>>>>>> tim
: >>>>>>>
: >>>>>> How long could they keep him in custody like this?
: >>>>>
: >>>>> no idea
: >>>>>
: >>>>> obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
: >>>>>
: >>>>> quite why is unclear
: >>>>>
: >>>>> tim
: >>>>
: >>>> PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge,
: >>>> even if
: >>>> the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
: >>>
: >>> They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to
: >>> do so.
: >>
: >> But 96 hours max, surely?
: >>
: >> It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be
: >> used to justify a remand rather than bail.
: >
: > He was charged, later dropped, so does anyone know what the max legal
: > length of custody is for these cases?
:
: It seems they can charge you, release you at a set time, and rearrest
: you on release. Seems very ambiguous, but that casse of 47 days in
: custody may have occurred in an airport - so the custodee,,, was neither
: in the UK until he crossed their border ???
:
:
:
:
https://www.gov.uk/arrested-your-rights/how-long-you-can-be-held-in-custody
:
: https://www.gov.uk/charged-crime
:
Incubus
2018-03-12 09:28:59 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
refused to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
chased by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the
chase, the BBC reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were
being dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police
were also forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex
Police said. The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has
gone without going to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which
gave updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers
never once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused
medical treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after
not defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside
their body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that
all evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
prosecution," Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that
go hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence
often perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to
'plug' drugs to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would
be panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even if
the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to do so.
But 96 hours max, surely?
It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be used to
justify a remand rather than bail.
I don't know of any set maximum. I understand each extension will be
considered on its merits, but I could be wrong.

I imagine a potential offence of possession with intent to supply would be
serious enough.
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
refused to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
chased by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the
chase, the BBC reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were
being dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police
were also forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex
Police said. The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has
gone without going to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which
gave updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers
never once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused
medical treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after
not defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside
their body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that
all evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of
prosecution," Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that
go hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence
often perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to
'plug' drugs to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would
be panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even if
the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to do so.
But 96 hours max, surely?
It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be used to
justify a remand rather than bail.
I don't know of any set maximum. I understand each extension will be
considered on its merits, but I could be wrong.
I imagine a potential offence of possession with intent to supply would be
serious enough.
But there are strict rules under PACE. Once a charge has been brought,
the arrestee may not be questioned further about it, let alone be
expected to provide forensic evidence. And if the forensic was needed in
order to be able to charge him, he... er... wouldn't be charged without
it, IYSWIM.
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2018-03-12 17:13:13 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
refused to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
chased by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the
chase, the BBC reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were
being dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police
were also forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal
advice." He was released from custody Monday and treated at a
hospital, Essex Police said. The BBC reported that 47 days is "the
longest anyone has gone without going to the toilet while in
custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch
which gave updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and
drank, officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However,
Chambers never once defecated while in custody, police said. He also
refused medical treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after
not defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs
inside their body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and
ensuring that all evidence is captured to ensure the best possible
chance of prosecution," Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths
that go hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the
violence often perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on
dealers to 'plug' drugs to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would
be panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even
if the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to do so.
But 96 hours max, surely?
It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be used
to justify a remand rather than bail.
I don't know of any set maximum. I understand each extension will be
considered on its merits, but I could be wrong.
I imagine a potential offence of possession with intent to supply would be
serious enough.
But there are strict rules under PACE. Once a charge has been brought, the
arrestee may not be questioned further about it, let alone be expected to
provide forensic evidence. And if the forensic was needed in order to be able
to charge him, he... er... wouldn't be charged without it, IYSWIM.
It says that charges were dropped but I wonder whether he was actually charged
or simply arrested.
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2018-03-12 17:58:21 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
refused to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
chased by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the
chase, the BBC reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were
being dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police
were also forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal
advice." He was released from custody Monday and treated at a
hospital, Essex Police said. The BBC reported that 47 days is "the
longest anyone has gone without going to the toilet while in
custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch
which gave updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and
drank, officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However,
Chambers never once defecated while in custody, police said. He also
refused medical treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after
not defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs
inside their body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and
ensuring that all evidence is captured to ensure the best possible
chance of prosecution," Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths
that go hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the
violence often perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on
dealers to 'plug' drugs to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it would
be panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even
if the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to do so.
But 96 hours max, surely?
It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be used
to justify a remand rather than bail.
I don't know of any set maximum. I understand each extension will be
considered on its merits, but I could be wrong.
I imagine a potential offence of possession with intent to supply would be
serious enough.
But there are strict rules under PACE. Once a charge has been brought, the
arrestee may not be questioned further about it, let alone be expected to
provide forensic evidence. And if the forensic was needed in order to be able
to charge him, he... er... wouldn't be charged without it, IYSWIM.
It says that charges were dropped but I wonder whether he was actually charged
or simply arrested.
It seems to me that he must have been charged with something, else he
could not have been kept in custody for so long.
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2018-03-13 09:44:20 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in
custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
refused to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
chased by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the
chase, the BBC reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges
were being dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence."
Police were also forced to release Chambers due to "medical and
legal advice." He was released from custody Monday and treated at a
hospital, Essex Police said. The BBC reported that 47 days is "the
longest anyone has gone without going to the toilet while in
custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch
which gave updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and
drank, officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However,
Chambers never once defecated while in custody, police said. He
also refused medical treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed
after not defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs
inside their body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and
ensuring that all evidence is captured to ensure the best possible
chance of prosecution," Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths
that go hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the
violence often perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on
dealers to 'plug' drugs to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
would be panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even
if the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to do so.
But 96 hours max, surely?
It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be
used to justify a remand rather than bail.
I don't know of any set maximum. I understand each extension will be
considered on its merits, but I could be wrong.
I imagine a potential offence of possession with intent to supply would be
serious enough.
But there are strict rules under PACE. Once a charge has been brought, the
arrestee may not be questioned further about it, let alone be expected to
provide forensic evidence. And if the forensic was needed in order to be
able to charge him, he... er... wouldn't be charged without it, IYSWIM.
It says that charges were dropped but I wonder whether he was actually
charged or simply arrested.
It seems to me that he must have been charged with something, else he could
not have been kept in custody for so long.
When someone is charged, they can only be held until they appear in the
Magistrates' Court, whose reponsibility it is to decide whether bail will be
granted. I have never heard of someone being charged pending collection of
sufficient evidence for that charge.
JNugent
2018-03-13 23:24:25 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in
custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
refused to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
chased by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the
chase, the BBC reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges
were being dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence."
Police were also forced to release Chambers due to "medical and
legal advice." He was released from custody Monday and treated at a
hospital, Essex Police said. The BBC reported that 47 days is "the
longest anyone has gone without going to the toilet while in
custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch
which gave updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and
drank, officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However,
Chambers never once defecated while in custody, police said. He
also refused medical treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed
after not defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs
inside their body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and
ensuring that all evidence is captured to ensure the best possible
chance of prosecution," Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths
that go hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the
violence often perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on
dealers to 'plug' drugs to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
would be panned as completely implausible by the critics
tim
How long could they keep him in custody like this?
no idea
obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
quite why is unclear
tim
PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge, even
if the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to do so.
But 96 hours max, surely?
It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be
used to justify a remand rather than bail.
I don't know of any set maximum. I understand each extension will be
considered on its merits, but I could be wrong.
I imagine a potential offence of possession with intent to supply would be
serious enough.
But there are strict rules under PACE. Once a charge has been brought, the
arrestee may not be questioned further about it, let alone be expected to
provide forensic evidence. And if the forensic was needed in order to be
able to charge him, he... er... wouldn't be charged without it, IYSWIM.
It says that charges were dropped but I wonder whether he was actually
charged or simply arrested.
It seems to me that he must have been charged with something, else he could
not have been kept in custody for so long.
When someone is charged, they can only be held until they appear in the
Magistrates' Court, whose reponsibility it is to decide whether bail will be
granted. I have never heard of someone being charged pending collection of
sufficient evidence for that charge.
Exactly.

And since the PACE max is 96 hours, anyone held longer than that has to
have been charged and remanded in custody. The alternative is to bail
him, and that clearly can't have been the case here.
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: On 2018-03-12, JNugent <***@fastmail.fm> wrote:
: > On 12/03/2018 09:28, Incubus wrote:
: >> On 2018-03-09, JNugent <***@fastmail.fm> wrote:
: >>> On 09/03/2018 17:49, Incubus wrote:
: >>>> On 2018-03-09, JNugent <***@fastmail.fm> wrote:
: >>>>> On 09/03/2018 11:19, tim... wrote:
: >>>>>>
: >>>>>>
: >>>>>> "Paul Pot" <***@SIBU.HQ> wrote in message
: >>>>>> news:p7sem8$ag8$***@dont-email.me...
: >>>>>>> tim... presented the following explanation :
: >>>>>>>> "BurfordTJustice" <burford/***@uk.MI15> wrote in message
: >>>>>>>> news:p7rpnl$2fk$***@dont-email.me...
: >>>>>>>>> Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days
in
: >>>>>>>>> custody
: >>>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>>> British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect
who
: >>>>>>>>> refused to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
: >>>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>>> Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after
being
: >>>>>>>>> chased by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during
the
: >>>>>>>>> chase, the BBC reported.
: >>>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>>> The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges
were
: >>>>>>>>> being dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence."
Police
: >>>>>>>>> were also forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal
: >>>>>>>>> advice." He was released from custody Monday and treated at a
: >>>>>>>>> hospital, Essex Police said. The BBC reported that 47 days is
"the
: >>>>>>>>> longest anyone has gone without going to the toilet while in
: >>>>>>>>> custody."
: >>>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>>> Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch
: >>>>>>>>> which gave updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
: >>>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>>> Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and
: >>>>>>>>> drank, officials said. He also had medical visits daily.
However,
: >>>>>>>>> Chambers never once defecated while in custody, police said. He
also
: >>>>>>>>> refused medical treatment while in custody.
: >>>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>>> Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed
after
: >>>>>>>>> not defecating for 47 days.
: >>>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>>> "Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs
: >>>>>>>>> inside their body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and
: >>>>>>>>> ensuring that all evidence is captured to ensure the best
possible
: >>>>>>>>> chance of prosecution," Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington
said.
: >>>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>>> "We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant
truths
: >>>>>>>>> that go hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the
: >>>>>>>>> violence often perpetrated by those involved to the expectation
on
: >>>>>>>>> dealers to 'plug' drugs to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
: >>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>> I feel sure if someone had used this as the story for a film, it
would
: >>>>>>>> be panned as completely implausible by the critics
: >>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>>> tim
: >>>>>>>>
: >>>>>>> How long could they keep him in custody like this?
: >>>>>>
: >>>>>> no idea
: >>>>>>
: >>>>>> obviously they thought that the couldn't do so any longer
: >>>>>>
: >>>>>> quite why is unclear
: >>>>>>
: >>>>>> tim
: >>>>>
: >>>>> PACE does not allow for that length of detention without a charge,
even
: >>>>> if the charge is a relatively minor holding one.
: >>>>
: >>>> They can apply to extend the detention period if there are grounds to
do
: >>>> so.
: >>>
: >>> But 96 hours max, surely?
: >>>
: >>> It's different if there is another (even a minor) charge which can be
used
: >>> to justify a remand rather than bail.
: >>
: >> I don't know of any set maximum. I understand each extension will be
: >> considered on its merits, but I could be wrong.
: >>
: >> I imagine a potential offence of possession with intent to supply would
be
: >> serious enough.
: >
: > But there are strict rules under PACE. Once a charge has been brought,
the
: > arrestee may not be questioned further about it, let alone be expected
to
: > provide forensic evidence. And if the forensic was needed in order to be
able
: > to charge him, he... er... wouldn't be charged without it, IYSWIM.
:
: It says that charges were dropped but I wonder whether he was actually
charged
: or simply arrested.
jew pedophile Ron Jacobson (jew pedophile Baruch 'Barry' Shein's jew aliash)
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
No shit!
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" I don't even have the heart to tell him I've never infested
Arizona."
- Klaun Shittinb'ricks (1940 - ), acknowledging that he lied
from the very beginning, A jew scam, as expected

"The jew g-d is your g-d's dad."
- quoted from the Foreskin Peeler's doctoral dissertation
(Divinity, 'University' of Salonica, 2001)

"But vhere vill ve be able to vatch gay jews taking black cock up ze
ass?"
- Klaun Shittinb'ricks (1940 - ), bemoaning the depletion of jews
in Hollyvood and the effect on his viewing preferences
Message-ID: <***@4ax.com>

"Actually, it is obvious he's not all there. Most wannabes are short
on IQ and have severe mental problems. I have yet to see a post from
this cretin that makes sense. Usually, he just does his "You are a
Nazi........." and even *that* he aped from some other imbecile. His
other attempts at posting in usenet usually consist of one line or
even one word drivel."
- Boadicea, about GBLTP dreckgook Ejershito
The Peeler
2018-03-08 18:31:43 UTC
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On Thu, 08 Mar 2018 10:13:56 -0800, serbian bitch Razovic, the resident
psychopath of sci and scj and Usenet's famous sexual cripple, making an ass
of herself as "jew pedophile Ron Jacobson (jew pedophile Baruch 'Barry'
Post by jew pedophile Ron Jacobson (jew pedophile Baruch 'Barry' Shein's jew aliash)
Post by BurfordTJustice
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
No shit!
Constipated again, dumb anal Razovic?
--
Anal Razovic's motto:
"An enema for every constipated anus."
MID: <***@4ax.com>
Sick old pedo Andrew "Andrzej" Baron (aka "Ron Jacobson"/etc)
2018-03-09 12:28:34 UTC
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In article <***@4ax.com>,
A shiteating cowardly nazoid sub-louse PEDO named Andrew "Andrzej"
MORE shit over here!
Sick nazoid!

ADMIT it, Andrzej... you LOVE eating the brown stuff, just like Shitler did!

Yes folks, FOUR leading experts concluded: Shitler ate shit!

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"He is an extreme masochist who derives sexual pleasure from
having a woman squat over him while she uriniates or defecates
on his face."


Quoted from

"A Psychological Analysis of Adolph Hitler"

Walter C. Langer, Harvard

With the collaboration of
Prof. Henry A. Murr, Harvard Psychological Clinic
Dr. Ernst Kris, New School for Social Research
Dr. Bertram D. Lawin, New York Psychoanalytic Institute

http://www.nizkor.org/hweb/people/h/hitler-adolf/oss-papers/text/oss-profile-04-06.html

Some believe that he [Hitler] is entirely immune from such impulses.
Some believe that he is a chronic masturbator. Some believe that
he derives his sexual pleasure [Page 138] through voyeurism. Many
believe that he is completely impotent. Others, and these are perhaps
in the majority, that he is homosexual. It is probably true that he is
impotent but he is certainiy not homosexual in the ordinary sense of
the term. His perversion has quite a different nature which few have
guessed. He is an extreme masochist who derives sexual pleasure from
having a woman squat over him while she uriniates or defecates on his
face. (Strasser, 919; see also 931, 932)*

[*Note: There may be some people who would question the reliability of
any information given by Otto Strasser because of his reputation. It
is perhaps because of his reputation that he came by this information
which had been so carefully guarded. He also supplied the interviewer
with a great deal of other information concerning Hitler which
checked very closely with that of other informants. As far as this
study is concerned we have no reason to question his sincerity.]

Although this perversion is not a common one, it is not unknown in
clinical work, particularly in its incipient stages. The four
collaborators on this study, in addition to Dr. De Saussure who
learned of the perversion from other sources, have all had experience
with cases of this type. All five agree that their information as
given is probably true in view of their clinical experience and their
knowledge of Hitler's character. In the following section further
evidence of its validition will be cited. At the present moment it is
sufficient to recognize the influence that this perversion must have
on the conscious mental life of Hitler.
Bob Robertson
2018-03-09 02:31:28 UTC
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On Thu, 8 Mar 2018 11:52:01 -0500, "BurfordTJustice"
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
I hope the drug addled poop on the brain dies from his own stupidity.
I bet he did poop though they found nothing but stink in it... butt he
was about to die so they ley him go. <cough>
Vidcapper
2018-03-09 07:25:46 UTC
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Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
Then surely slipping him a laxative secretly could be justified on
health grounds... ;)
--
Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
BurfordTJustice
2018-03-09 11:11:49 UTC
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How very socialist of you...WTF Dog?



"Vidcapper" <***@yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:6GqoC.75520$***@fx02.am4...
: On 08/03/2018 16:52, BurfordTJustice wrote:
: > Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in
custody
: >
: > British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
refused
: > to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
: >
: > Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
chased
: > by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the
BBC
: > reported.
: >
: > The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were
being
: > dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were
also
: > forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
: > He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex
Police
: > said.
: > The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without
going
: > to the toilet while in custody."
: >
: > Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which
gave
: > updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
: >
: > Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
: > officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers
never
: > once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
: > treatment while in custody.
: >
: > Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
: > defecating for 47 days.
:
: Then surely slipping him a laxative secretly could be justified on
: health grounds... ;)
:
:
: --
:
: Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
BurfordTJustice
2018-03-09 17:19:12 UTC
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Sure, fuck individual rights and freedoms...

Typical socialist



"Vidcapper" <***@yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message news:6GqoC.75520$***@fx02.am4...
: On 08/03/2018 16:52, BurfordTJustice wrote:
: > Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in
custody
: >
: > British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who
refused
: > to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
: >
: > Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being
chased
: > by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the
BBC
: > reported.
: >
: > The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were
being
: > dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were
also
: > forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
: > He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex
Police
: > said.
: > The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without
going
: > to the toilet while in custody."
: >
: > Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which
gave
: > updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
: >
: > Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
: > officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers
never
: > once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
: > treatment while in custody.
: >
: > Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
: > defecating for 47 days.
:
: Then surely slipping him a laxative secretly could be justified on
: health grounds... ;)
:
:
: --
:
: Paul Hyett, Cheltenham
R. Mark Clayton
2018-03-09 16:01:58 UTC
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Post by BurfordTJustice
Drug charges dropped after suspect refuses to poop for 47 days in custody
British prosecutors have dropped drug charges against a suspect who refused
to use the toilet while he was in custody for 47 days.
Lamarr Chambers, 24, of Brixton was arrested on Jan. 17 after being chased
by police. He was suspected of swallowing drugs during the chase, the BBC
reported.
The Crown Prosecution Service announced Monday that drug charges were being
dropped against Chambers due to "insufficient evidence." Police were also
forced to release Chambers due to "medical and legal advice."
He was released from custody Monday and treated at a hospital, Essex Police
said.
The BBC reported that 47 days is "the longest anyone has gone without going
to the toilet while in custody."
Sky News reported social media users closely monitored #PooWatch which gave
updates on Chambers' lack of bowel movements.
Chambers refused to take laxatives while in custody but ate and drank,
officials said. He also had medical visits daily. However, Chambers never
once defecated while in custody, police said. He also refused medical
treatment while in custody.
Officers monitored Chambers fearing his health could be harmed after not
defecating for 47 days.
"Where detainees are suspected of ingesting or concealing drugs inside their
body, we must balance overseeing their welfare and ensuring that all
evidence is captured to ensure the best possible chance of prosecution,"
Deputy Chief Constable BJ Harrington said.
"We will... not shy away from talking about the unpleasant truths that go
hand in hand with the drug dealing lifestyle, from the violence often
perpetrated by those involved to the expectation on dealers to 'plug' drugs
to avoid capture," Harrington continued.
It was a bum wrap!

Probably digested it.
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