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`Ziggy-zaggy' youths defied seaside police By MIRROR

... the court. Another police witness said REPORTER that one group of youngsters kept running-, up and down shouting All coppers are bastards and Let's get them. Seven youths, aged eighteen to twenty-four, were before the court variously charged with ...

Published: Tuesday 29 August 1967
Newspaper: Daily Mirror
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 127 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

ELECT! BIRD

... on a youth's denim jacket. The word was Acab. It meant All coppers are bastards, a court heard yesterday. The youth, Graham Van Hovston Johnson, 17, said he thought the letters meant All Canadians are bums. Johnson told magistrates at Havant, Hants: ...

Published: Wednesday 20 May 1970
Newspaper: Daily Mirror
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 191 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

Judge's RI ets life

... gone to bed. Smith made no secret of his hatred for the law. He was tattooed with the initials AC AB standing for all coppers are bastards. Then he hid in the rafters of the garage. In August last year he squatted for 50 hours on Blackpool Tower in protest ...

Published: Friday 20 November 1981
Newspaper: Daily Mirror
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 490 | Page: 11 | Tags: none

CALLS COST 36p PER MINUTE CHEAP RATE, 48p PER MINUTE AT ALL OTHER TIMES

... had sworn to kill a bobby and had ACAB tat- oed on his knuckles - removeGUN GIRL: Bosnia-bound Wren Julie McPherson All Coppers Are Bastards. Pc Peter Guthrie, 21, - was shot in cold blood. • A colleague was also hit. Wife Anna Marie was lowest prices left ...

Published: Saturday 16 January 1993
Newspaper: Daily Mirror
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2137 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

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... by begging in the West End. It's this that brings them into con- flict with us Of course, all coppers are bastards, Matthew says, but some are fair bastards. He's hardly smiling. The men he so obliquely praises are Paul and Charlie, both officers ...

Published: Thursday 08 October 1992
Newspaper: Daily Mirror
County: London, England
Type: | Words: 7503 | Page: 42 | Tags: none