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Police Officers should be sacked after dumping woman in bus lane

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Two Police Officers should today be sacked after they dragged and dumped Bridget Mongan a 23-year-old incapacitated woman in a bus lane, dragging her and dumping her on the floor and then walking away and driving off in an unmarked police car.

The whole incident which happened on St Patrick’s Day was captured by Sean Mccallion on his mobile phone and uploaded to Facebook.

Police have confirmed an investigation is underway and the two officers have been identified.

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  1. What’s the point in asking me what I think? Your news article is telling us what we should think. How is that journalism?
    It’s just drum banging.
    Zero facts on which to base an opinion, just some awful camera work titled ‘da police…’
    And you telling us they should be locked up.

    You’re making the Daily Mail look good

  2. What’s the point in asking me what I think? Your news article is telling us what we should think. How is that journalism?
    It’s just drum banging.
    Zero facts on which to base an opinion, just some awful camera work titled ‘da police…’
    And you telling us they should be locked up.

    You’re making the Daily Mail look good

  3. That’s awful, the police need punishing and sacking. No wonder some people have no respect for police officers these days. And those who walked/drove past should be ashamed, they could of stopped and helped the lady.

  4. A small section of a video doesn’t give a full picture to base any comment on. Did the officers park up after moving the car from blocking the road and come back? Did they have to redeploy to someone who was in real danger? was an ambulance holding off round the corner waiting to treat her? did the retards that just laughed and filmed come down to help? did she drink herself into a stupor so she incapacitated herself? Render yourself into a state on purpose she should be named and shamed! This isn’t news, it’s just another Daily Mail type Police beating article.

  5. how do we no she was in drink? if she had a brain injury that can cause you to act drunk. Police SHOULD of moved her clear of the road regardless if ambulance was called or not or if they were parking up further down the road. they have just moved her out of ~THEIR way.
    but that’s my opinion.

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