Warwick Alumni Demand an Apology to Students

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Richard Stopford
6 years ago
You can clearly see from the video that, whatever happened before, the behaviour of the police was disproportionate, violent and intimidating.

I don't think the university is taking their duty of care seriously - or understand what it even means.

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Hyejin Jang
6 years ago
I'm signing because I am one of the community even though I live far away from there. The overuse of the force is the symbol of totalitarianism such as Nazi. I have suggested my pupils on considering Warwick as one of their applications, but how can I convince them in such a situation?

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Stephen Kerskake
6 years ago
A person's right to peaceful protest should not attract and doesn't deserve the police brutality the students action attracted.

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James Murray
6 years ago
This was disgraceful behaviour from the police! I spent three happy years at Warwick but having seen this, I'm very relieved my son & daughter chose to study elsewhere.

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Robert Sharman
6 years ago
police brutality is wrong and the men who were in this video need to make a public apology to the students that were mistreated

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Jeanie Barton
6 years ago
I'm a Warwick Graduate and my nephew now studies there - this aggression is a local as well as a global problem - right Eran Efrati has exposed as much and more.

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Hazel Osmond
6 years ago
My kids are about to go to university, albeit not this one, but I think it's vital that universities not only understand their duty of care but, when something like this happens, display evidence that they may have fallen short in upholding that duty

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Arjun Luthra
6 years ago
The eradication of this behaviour.

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Moiz Pishori
6 years ago
I've met many nice police officers and loads of unpleasant ones. I think the job often attracts power hungry people that cannot think for themselves and think English law is some universal law like the fact that gravity exists. I smoke weed but am an intellectual friendly person and I am at risk for going to prison for years.

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michael clarke
6 years ago
police like this acting ultra vires threaten freedom of speech and action within the law.