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City of London Police OccupyLSX FOI Disclosure

City of London Police OccupyLSX FOI Disclosure

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List of 7 City of London Police Communiques that list the OccupyLSX movement as being involved in "Terrorism/Extremism"
List of 7 City of London Police Communiques that list the OccupyLSX movement as being involved in "Terrorism/Extremism"

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Mr Rizwaan Sabir R.Sabir@bath.ac.uk 
Inspector Dave Lockyear
Information Access ManagerInformation Management Servicesfoi@cityoflondon.pnn.police.uk
Direct line Direct fax
 020 7601 2279 020 7601 2088
Your ref: Our ref:
 4 January 2012 
Dear Mr Sabir
 I write in connection with your request for information dated 4 December 2011 in which youseek access to the following information:
1. Confirm or deny whether the communiqué entitled: "Terrorism/Extremism Update for the City of London Business Community 2 December 2011" (link here & picture attached) is a genuine or fake communiqué.
2. If original, please provide a copy of this communiqué 
3. Provide a copy of all communiqués that have been issued to the 'City of London Business Community' by the City of London police which mention or contain information pertaining to the London Stock Exchange (LSX) 'Occupy' movement.
 Questions 1, 2 and 3 Copies of all Community Updates mentioning Occupy London are attached, includingthe document linked to your request.
4. Confirm or deny whether the City of London Police consider the LSX Occupy movement to be a "domestic extremist" group.
 City of London Police does not regard the LSX Occupy movement as a domesticextremist group.
Bishopsgate Police Station
182 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 2NP
020 7601 2279
020 7601 2906
Please accept my apologies for the delay in replying to your request. Should you have anyfurther questions, please contact me via e-mail, letter or telephone, quoting the referencenumber above.Yours sincerelyInspector Dave LockyearInformation Access Manager 
Bishopsgate Police Station
182 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 2NP
020 7601 2279
020 7601 2906
The threat to the UK from international terrorism is SUBSTANTIAL.The threat to Great Britain from Irish Republican Terrorism is SUBSTANTIALInternational/UK
The trial of a Nigerian man, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, dubbed the ‘underwear bomber’
began in Detroit this week, with Abdulmutallab pleading guilty to all eight chargesmade against him. Abdulmutallab attempted to detonate a bomb aboard a flight fromAmsterdam to Detroit in 2009.
A series of explosive devices, designed to derail trains, were found on theBerlin railway this week. Two devices comprising of bottles of flammable liquids attachedto fuses, were found on Monday with a third discovered on Tuesday. A left wing groupnamed
‘Hekla Reception Committee’ 
has claimed responsibility for the devices statingonline that they were planted in protest at the presence of German troops in Afghanistan.
A large quantity of explosives has been found in a car parked outside a railwaystation in the northern state of Haryana in India. More than 5kg of explosives was foundalong with timer devices and batteries.
An Indonesian court sentenced Islamist extremist, Abu Tholut, to eight yearsin prison on Thursday for helping to set up a terror training camp for an Al-Qaeda linkedmilitant group. Tholut was found guilty of recruiting and raising illegal funds for the terrorcamp, which was discovered last year in Sumatra. It is understood that Tholut had workedwith Abu Bakar Bashir and several others from the Al-Qaeda linked network JemaahIslamiyah.
SHAC returned to the city last Thursday protesting outside three city premises. The group,comprised of six protesters who were complaint but noisy throughout their demonstrations.
Occupation of the London Stock Exchange
Saturday 15thOctober 2011:
The planned protest at the London Stock Exchange (LSE) tomorrow has now attractedaround 5000 followers on Facebook who have expressed their intention to attend theevent, although this number maybe not reflect the number of people actually attending.
The protest has been announced in response to the call to the ‘Occupy Wall StreetCampaign’ and ‘The Global Day of Action Against Corporate Greed’. The organising group‘Occupy London’, supported by UK
Uncut, are planning to occupy Paternoster Square fromSaturday to the 12thDecember 2011.There have also been proposals to occupy the Bank of England, but the main focus islikely to be the LSE. This is the first protest seen by this group, so tactics remain unknownhowever, intelligence suggests that the group are non violent and wish for a peacefulprotest. A plan to march from Hyde Park to the city has been cancelled in favour of aswoop and occupation of the Square with open source reporting requesting participantsmeet at St Pauls at 12pm.
Terrorism/Extremism update for theCity of London Business Community14 October 2011

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