Saturday, July 23, 2005


John Band points out, first, that shooting someone who was followed out of a flat which was under surveillance, and then ran away from five burly men chasing them, in an area not unknown from street crime, is a) not exactly how an ideal police force would operate and b) not too disimilar to the actions of the beloved Met in the past, and, second, that lots of people tell lots of lies about the level of crime, so many lies that you might be tempted to think they had some ulterior motive for doing so. Also, Chris Dillow points out some problems with utilitarianism, and we all know how much I like that.

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