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Thursday, 18 January 2018

Crimebodge on Police Assisting TV Licensing


A new YouTube video by our friends at Crimebodge.

It provides a lovely little summary of how TV Licensing uses the police as a lever to facilitate its seedy little operation.

It also shows how TV Licensing goons executing search warrants often try to twist events to fit their bigoted, legally-ignorant preconceptions, rather than gathering evidence in an open-minded and judicious manner. If they can't find evidence of TV licence evasion, they'll quite happily settle for the consolation prize of sticking a meritless obstruction charge on the occupier.

We should mention, as the video does, that TV Licensing search warrants are virtually unheard of. The paltry number of warrants granted tend to be reserved for outspoken opponents of the TV Licensing regime.

If you follow our advice of totally ignoring TV Licensing, then it should never have the information or grounds to obtain a warrant against your property.

Whenever a TV Licensing threatogram arrives, throw it straight in the bin. In the unlikely event that a TV Licensing goon calls, terminate the visit by immediately closing the door. Do not say anything to TV Licensing, because it does twist innocent comments into incriminating ones.

TV Licensing cannot be trusted. Do not believe a word it says.

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4 comments:

Dean Stockton said...

Great video I am still waiting for them to take me to court for the goon saying he was scared of dogs but when I opened the door to put him in saying go on he tried to barge in past me He ended up sat against the communal stair very dazed. I even refused to step outside for the police and said that he claimed to be scared of dogs but wanted to illegally enter the property after I put him inside, so his scared of dogs was a load of BS, and I was just defending my property. After about 10 minutes they left saying they wouldn't take any action against me, I then got my camera and went to the kitchen window but before I could get a picture he left.

Crimebodge said...


Thank you for promoting this video and for the superb assistance you have given me over the years. I have amended the description box of the video to point to this website as the number one authority on TV Licensing issues.

Fred Bear said...

When I see scenes like this, it makes me feel fully justified in not paying a penny to the BBC for more than 20 years. Although I still get their idiotic letters, threatening "investigations" and an "appearance in court", in reality, the BBC's clown-goons have long since given up on me.

Paul said...

Love Crimebodge, just recently discovered it. I really hope it continues, the Bad Cop No Donut series is hilarious!