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sorry jo for my late reply 63yr old not computer literate very well.yes this am I was followed by police, as I was returning from Tesco's, the police did not stop me, I stopped my car the police pulled up along side me, officer come to my window said he wanted my name address date of birth. I asked why did I commit an offence, he said no. so as I did not do anything wrong, while going about my lawful business I did not comply with his request. he accused me then of driving with alcohol because he could smell it on my breath. jo I have liver disease suffering the side effects from a stroke, he then held up the breath tester, so I did not consent, he arrested me, so if police did not stop me,could not give me reasonable cause for approaching me,have they acted lawfully in the first instance?
could you clarify antagonistic, do you mean the police, me,or both.? if I did nothing unlawful.did the initial police action under current n.ireland legislation,taking into account police did not stop me under any legislation, I was alreay stationary, did the police by their action act unlawfully or violate any breech of my lawful rights.? sorry jo I just cannot how ever hard I try understand when I did not break any act of law. do police just pick on someone ,then fit a crime to justify their action.?
sorry you did not explain my antagonistic query. I am of the belief police can do what they like , when they like,to whomever they like.in our so called democracy. my final question is this, do I as a living, breathing soul, have any rights under law,? could you tell me what they are, and specify where I may find such information.? thank you.
do I have under law the right to go about my lawful business without police imposing laws and statutes upon me,when I have not broken any law and statute.? on the antagonistic query, do you mean I was antagonistic toward the police, or the police were antagonistic toward me, or we were antagonistic towards each other, which is it.?
sorry you fell that way jo, best wishes david.