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01.02.2016 / News /

Police take no further action against UVW members

In September 2015 three UVW members were arrested on trumped up charges at a peaceful protest UVW had organised at the thieving estate agent Hunter Homes Property Ltd (HHPL). The protest came about because, as a community union, when Carlos had his life savings stolen by HHPL, and the police refused to investigate, UVW decided to take matters in to their own hands and name and shame HHPL by way of a peaceful protest in the hope they would return the money they stole and stop their fraudulent activities which were destroying families lives. 
As a result of our action HHPL has, thankfully, closed up shop and disappeared. After the police spent 6 months wasting tax payers money trying to concoct a case against UVW members and, as their lawyers at ITN Solicitors believe, generally gather information on UVW, the police have finally declared that they will take no further action against them i.e. they will not be charged. 

Onwards and upwards!
 

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