Wednesday, 3 October 2007

Lunatics running the asylum

Full news article by BNP news team here

Four firemen from Bristol have been fined and punished after disturbing a group of four homosexuals engaging in an act of gross indecency in a public place. The firemen - formerly members of Avon Fire Service's Blue Watch at Avonmouth station in Bristol - stumbled upon the session near Circular Road on the Downs, in Bristol. One of the men contacted AIDS charity the Terrence Higgins Trust, who advised him to launch a formal complaint.

The firefighters were suspended on full pay during a three month investigation. Two were fined up to £1,000, one was demoted in rank and the other given a written warning. They have all been ordered to attend an equality course and the fines will be donated to the a nominated gay-rights charity.

One being mooted is the Jamaican Forum for Lesbians All-Sexuals and Gays (J-FLAG) although no final decision has been made.

The four man crew have also been transferred to other stations.

It is claimed one of the perverts had been pleasuring himself in front a group of three men when they were disturbed. He is now said to be "happy" at the outcome of the disciplinaries but will not face any police investigation into what he and the other men were doing in the area.

The firefighters were charged with bringing the service into disrepute and with the misuse of fire equipment as their actions were deemed homophobic.
They have been gagged by bosses and banned from talking - even with colleagues - about the incident, which happened at about 10.30pm on June 27th.

One fireman said: "This is a complete farce. All four officers have been let down by their senior officers when they needed their support the most.

"They have been treated as the criminals in this case and it has been completely forgotten that they witnessed criminal activity occurring in a public place."

Another firefighter said: "The service needs to take a long hard look at how it has dealt with these allegations.

"There a lot of firefighters in Avon who feel the four involved have been treated very unfairly so the service can be seen as being politically correct."

The four, who do not want be named, will be forced to attend a two-day equality conference being held at Holland House Hotel, near St Mary Redcliffe Church next week.

Avon Fire and Rescue Service has invited delegates from around the world and firefighters from across the UK to attend the debate, entitled "Lesbians, Gays, Bi-sexuals and Transgender Equality in the Fire Service - an absolute taboo?"

The four perverts at the source of the complaint will face no criminal charges according to Avon and Somerset Police.

What an obscene, degenerate, depraved, rancid, fetid, gut churning, swirling cesspool of a country we live in.

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