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Anton Setchell, the National ...
www.indymedia.org.uk, 7 Aug 2010 [cached]
Anton Setchell, the National Coordinator for Domestic Extremism at ACPO said in 2009 that "If it is just a street type of protest, or sitting in a field or something, I will probably never ever speak to those forces about it whatsoever.
I deal with the more serious stuff, that requires slightly more sophisticated analysis and co-ordination and investigation, which doesn't mean people sitting in roads or chaining themselves to a fence.
This was either an outright lie, or Setchell's "more serious stuff" includes mere attendance at demos.
Letter Bombing Suspect Arrested in U.K. - The Lexington Dispatch
www.the-dispatch.com, 19 Feb 2007 [cached]
The man was arrested near Cambridge, 55 miles northeast of London, said Anton Setchell, the Association of Chief Police officers' national coordinator for domestic extremism.
The association has taken the lead in the investigation, which includes four earlier cases.Altogether, nine people have been injured in the attacks.Setchell
gave no details about the suspect.Forensic teams had begun a search of a residence that was expected to continue for several days, he
"At this stage I am not able to guarantee that there is not another postal package containing an explosive device within the postal system," Setchell
told a news conference.
On Feb. 5, a woman was injured by an exploding parcel at the head office of Capita Group PLC
The Canadian Press: Road rage suspected motive for third letter bomb in Britain in as many days
www.theguardian.pe.ca, $reference.date [cached]
Anton Setchell, the national police co-ordinator for domestic extremism.
Britain has seen letter bomb campaigns by the Irish Republican Army
and animal rights extremists.Vehicle-related vandalism, including explosive attacks on speed cameras, also has been reported.
"We have had no contact from any group or organization claiming any responsibility or setting out their reason and motivations," Setchell
said police were keeping an open mind about the motive. Setchell
said the devices were contained in padded 15-by-20-centimetre envelopes that were designed to activate when the contents were removed.
"These packages do not contain conventional explosives," he
said, adding that they appeared to be "of a small pyrotechnic nature."
On Monday, a woman was injured by an exploding parcel at the head office of Capita Group PLC
Police & Security Equipment News @ Securizine
www.securizine.com, 14 Feb 2007 [cached]
Anton Setchell, National Coordinator for Domestic Extremism, said two of the packages were linked.
Caretaker remanded over letter bombings - Main headlines from ITN
itn.co.uk, 23 Feb 2007 [cached]
"Forensic searches at a house in Cherry Hinton, Cambridge are likely to last for several more days"- Anton Setchell, Acpo's National Co-ordinator for Domestic Extremism
, the Association of Chief Police
Officers (Acpo)'s National Co-ordinator for Domestic Extremism
, said the investigation, Operation Hansel, is "progressing well" and will continue for many weeks.
"Forensic searches at a house in Cherry Hinton, Cambridge are likely to last for several more days," he