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DVLA under attack?

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Looks like someone doesn't want them to be around... Story here. How they link it up to speed cameras I haven't a clue though. :rolleyes:
 
DVLA run the database I suppose. I see they have targetted the company running the Londn Congestion charge and an ANPR equipment manufacturer. Is there a pattern here;)
 
This is how terrorism starts. Someone gets screwed by the system, in this case probably removed licence, and no one will listen that it means he loses his job. So agrieved person feels they have no option than to make a louder noise so they will be heard. Of course authorities still don't listen.
Equivalent is some poor afghani gets his house blown up by yanks by mistake, no compenseation, not even an appology, so what else can he do to get some attention.
 
The police were saying tonight may have been up to 7 connected events now. The devices appear to be designed to scare more than harm.

1 Forensic Science Service, Chelmsley Wood - 18 Jan 2007
2 Orchid Cellmark, Abingdon, Oxon - 18 Jan 2007 (DNA testing)
3 LGC Forensics, Culham, nr Abingdon - 18 Jan 2007
4 Private house, Folkestone, Kent - 3 Feb 2007
5 Capita, London - 5 Feb 2007 (congestion charging)
6 Vantis, Wokingham, Berks - 6 Feb 2007 (Speed Check Services)
7 DVLA, Swansea - 7 Feb 2007
 
His Nibbs has a friend who works at one of the targetted places & she's not too thrilled about opening her mail atm :(
 
DVLA run the database I suppose. I see they have targetted the company running the Londn Congestion charge and an ANPR equipment manufacturer. Is there a pattern here;)

Excellent news! Hope that people aren't injured though, just the equipment. Perhaps it is time to rise up against Blair and his Police state before it is too late.

Angela
 
I think the trouble here is that Labour have ridden rough shod over the people of this country, people feel that they have no voice and have to take everything from this cash grabbing govenment. :(
 
It all seems like the sort of thing that our government would orchestrate,in order to get the public on their side when they introduce their next bit of draconian big-brother type legislation.;)
 
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