British anti-student police violence

This video from England says about itself:

PART 1: Press conference held at ULU to discuss the current situation of Middlesex University student, Alfie Meadows, 20, who underwent emergency brain surgery following the student protests (09.12.10), having fallen victim to an incident of police brutality which saw him beaten around the head with a police baton.

And here is Part 2.

And here is Part 3.

Britain: Alfie Meadows, 20, a student at Middlesex University, has suffered bleeding to the brain after being batoned by police during the December 9 tuition fees protest in London: here.

Friends of Alfie Meadows have called a protest: Kettle the police, Tuesday, Scotland Yard, 1pm: here.

Police officers ‘tried to stop hospital staff treating injured protester‘: here.

Metropolitan Police officers were accused yesterday of pulling a disabled man out of his wheelchair and attempting to prevent a seriously injured student receiving hospital treatment during last week’s student protests in London: here.

A student from Cornwall on what really happened on 9 December: here.

Treasury Chief Secretary Danny Alexander pleaded with disgruntled Liberal Democrats to hold their nerve yesterday amid a sharp slump in support for the party over the damaging tuition fees vote: here.

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