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Man urinates next to fallen hero PC Keith Palmer memorial in Westminster

by LLB Politics Reporter
13th Jun 20 10:30 pm

The Metropolitan Police’s fallen hero PC Keith Palmer who was murdered defending Parliament and the public during a terrorist attack, saw a thug urinating next to his memorial.

In what has been described as a horrendous act by thousands of Brits, the Chairman of the Metropolitan Police Federation Ken Marsh said, he should be sent to prison. PC Palmer was stabbed to death whilst on duty defending Parliament during the 2017 terrorist attack in Westminster.

Marsh furiously condemned the “disorder and unruliness” which shamefully took place during the far-right thuggish protests in Whitehall on Saturday.

Speaking to the PA news agency, he said, “It’s horrendous. The man urinating next to Keith Palmer’s memorial is disgusting.

“How can a human being behave like that? I don’t get it, it’s beyond belief.

“A faction of people today [Saturday] only had one intention – to be violent and unlawful, they didn’t come here to protect the statues, it’s just disorder and unruliness.

“I suggest serious custodial sentences in relation to assaults on police and others, criminal damage and urinating next to the memorial of heroes.”

Senior Tory MP Rob Halfon the chair of the Commons Education Committee, said he hopes the perpetrator is tracked down and jailed.

Halfron told the PA news agency, “This is just so horrific. I hope they find this individual and lock them up and throw away the key.

“This is not the kind of country we are. I feel every possible good wish to the family of Pc Palmer, who did so much to keep us safe.”

MP Tobias Ellwood who is a former British Army officer and went to the aid of our hero PC Palmer, he tried to save his life with police medics and London Ambulance Service, but he sadly died.

Elwood for Bournemouth East, and Chairman of the Defence Select Committee, tweeted a picture of the man and wrote, “Absolute shame on this man.

“Of all the images to emerge over these few testing days I find this one of most abhorrent.

“Please help identify him.”

PC Palmer who heroically did his job above and beyond his duty was posthumously awarded the George Medal for bravery that “unquestionably saved lives.”

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