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The Metropolitan Police today deleted a tweet reminding officers who died during their service as the force faces outrage over its mistreatment of women who scream at a vigil to mourn Sarah Everard’s death.

The force had tweeted this morning to commemorate the death of Officer Anthony Haines, who died after his police vehicle crashed into a bus stop while responding to a domestic violence emergency call on March 14, 2001.

But the tweet, which was accompanied by a video featuring the commemorative ‘Eternal Flame’ of the force, was quickly forcibly deleted within hours of its posting.

The Metropolitan Police today deleted a tweet reminding officers who died during their service as the force faces outrage over its mistreatment of women who scream at a vigil to mourn Sarah Everard’s death.
The Metropolitan Police today deleted a tweet reminding officers who died during their service as the force faces outrage over its mistreatment of women who scream at a vigil to mourn Sarah Everard’s death.

The force had tweeted this morning to commemorate the death of officer Anthony Haines, who died after his police car crashed into a bus shelter while answering a domestic violence.

“We commemorate those officers who unfortunately lost their lives during their service in the Metropolitan Police. We remember Police Officer Anthony Haines. So that we do not forget it ‘, read the tweet deleted since then.

The deleted tweet comes as calls for Cressida Dick’s resignation spiked after police arrested and abused women who screamed in extraordinary clashes with protesters at a vigil to remember Everard.

It is common for the Metropolitan Police to remember fallen officers in tweets: at least three commemorative posts were tweeted in February.

But Ken Marsh, president of the Metropolitan Police Federation, said he had never before known that the Metropolitan Police deleted a reminder tweet and that the move left him “ baffled. ”

He told MailOnline: ‘I have no idea why they have removed it, is the honest answer. I have no idea. I’m surprised they did. ‘

The Metropolitan Police Federation tweeted this morning: “Remembering Police Officer Anthony Haines of the Metropolitan Police who died on duty on this day in 2001. Lest we forget.”

Mr Marsh said, ‘We ran with it, with good reason. I don’t know why they deleted it.

‘It is important that we never forget what our colleagues do in the line of duty. Our motto in the Federation is that we will never forget it and that is why we have always recognized our colleagues in this way.

‘I can’t remember any other time they deleted a tweet like this. It’s strange. I am puzzled.

Haines, who was married with more than 23 years of service in the Metropolitan Police, died in a terrible accident while responding to an incident of domestic violence in Lewisham in 2001.

He has been forcibly contacted for comment.

The Metropolitan Police have an eternal flame flickering in the center of a pool next to the entrance to their headquarters on London’s Victoria Embankment as a tribute to fallen officers.

The deleted tweet comes a day after the force faced outrage over its handling of people who attended Everard’s vigil.

‘She was only walking home’: Floral tributes are placed at the bandstand in Clapham Common on Sunday, March 14, 2021, in memory of Sarah Everard

A crowd of around 1,500 gathered on Clapham Common in south London to mourn the 33-year-old marketing executive on Saturday, but skirmishes broke out when police surrounded a bandstand covered in flowers left in tribute.

Dozens of police officers had moved to the bandstand at the vigil to block access to the speakers, causing tensions in the crowd and mourners began shouting ‘arrest yours’ and ‘what a shame’ when the scenes they quickly turned violent.

Interior Minister Priti Patel has said she is seeking a ‘full report’ on the events, describing the vigil footage as ‘disturbing’, while Liberal Democrat leader Sir Ed Davey asked the commissioner to ‘consider’ her leadership in the force, adding: “Cressida Dick has lost the trust of millions of women in London and should resign.”

Conservative Folkestone & Hythe MP Damian Collins said: ‘Gruesome scenes in Clapham last night of aggressive policing at Sarah Everard’s vigil and a supporting statement from the Met using the abuser’s language to his victims over the years – it’s your guilt, you made us do it. They must be held accountable for this. ‘

Patsy Stevenson, who was photographed on the floor by police during the vigil, said she was arrested “for standing there, she was not doing anything.”

Calls for Cressida Dick’s resignation have been on the rise after police mistreated screaming women in extraordinary clashes with protesters at a vigil to mourn the death of Sarah Everard (pictured: Cressida Dick urges mourners not to attend to wakefulness)

Anthony Haines Quicks And Facts

 

  • The Met Police had tweeted this morning to commemorate the death of officer Anthony Haines, who was killed on duty in a car crash in 2001
  • But the tweet was swiftly deleted by the force within hours of it being posted
  • It comes as calls for Cressida Dick to resign mounted after police arrested and manhandled screaming women at a vigil to mourn death of Sarah Everard

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