- 9 days ago there was someone who thought I no longer had the delight of my 10 days old motorbike.
- These ’no’ is more or less found and I have pictures and videos of people running around and raging and noisy on Blågårdsplads, Blågårdsgade, Say, Birkedommervej and Nørrebrogade.
- They have also made lots of wheelspin on the Griffenfeldtsgade and the noise over 120 km/h on narrow streets. The message goes on, they have put others ' well-in danger.
- I have received over 15 different calls/messages from people, telling them that they have seen it. All have been passed to the police immediately.
How to initiate a citizen, who wishes to remain anonymous (the nation! know his full name) a frustrated post about police priorities and/or lack of resources, which means that his stolen MC is still running around and raging at Nørrebro.
the Citizen seems indeed to he - in collaboration with nice friends and random fellow citizens – have done pretty much EVERYTHING fodarbejdet for the police, and he is bitter over, to sit with the feeling that the police will not do anything, or that the police do not have the resources or opportunity to do something. The post - as the nation! has prompted the Copenhagen Police to comment (see their reply below) continues thus:
- I was on the piss a bit frustrated, that I first must experience to lose my MC.
- I was on the piss a bit frustrating that the roars around the nose of me, my friends and the police.
- I was on the piss a bit frustrating that the police can't help.
- the Sentence 'we are looking at it (read: hear what you say, but not today)' or 'unfortunately, there is no time for' is not good enough. I expect a higher level of service from the executive power.
- I am totally with you on that my MC is not a particularly high priority in the police - who get no stolen anything gradually?
- I'm just incredibly tired of, that it is possible to steal a MC, and 2 km away from the scene milling around and the noise so that half of the Nørrebro frustrated – where are the adults?...
- Frækheden and 'I don't give a fuck' exists in the degree in these times. And I can't even do anything, as they are here lømler will fucking just as much on me as they shits on the police,
- Why this is so, there are certainly many reasons for and bid on.
police are on high alert and working on all cylinders makes me quite nervous, and I can't understand, that a single man (read: Rasmus Fucking Paludan) puts the police on the other end, and decreases the police service level to the 'mind-boggling poor/non-existent'.
And yes.. I know that there are other cases than Rasmus Paludan. For example, the guarding of the various buildings, as well as general policing.
- Now I have just heard police apology ’he (ralph waldo emerson) draws the teeth out” and ”we are hung up in the past” on several occasions, ending the bestjålne, who is amazed at how little it takes before the police are in the knee, and think the dismissive response he has received suggests that the police is not a sufficiently resourceful authority, for the tasks as the pt fills.
- It is not for good, writes the citizen, and the response the Police have sent to the nation!, there is no immediate prospect that the cops catch MC-thieves:
- the Copenhagen Police has a full understanding that it is deeply frustrating to be the victim of the theft of his belongings.
- When a vehicle is reported stolen, it becomes at the same time, registered, and called for in our systems.
- If the citizens will get the information on where their stolen vehicle is located, we will in the first instance, encourage them to pick it up, if it is possible.
- it Is not an option, we assist like, if there are patrol cars in the area, which is not on the tasks.
- unfortunately, It is not possible for us actively to run out and search for stolen vehicles without an exact locality, as it will be too time consuming compared to our other tasks, writes the Copenhagen Police, but what do you say?