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London Bridge Inquests - Transcripts

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Peter Pedant | 22:21 Thu 13th Jun 2019 | Law
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as technology advances dumping an account of the days oral testimony is still expensive but is possible. and so it is with the London Bridge inquests

I apologise I have been slow in identifying the site: but it is here

https://londonbridgeinquests.independent.gov.uk/hearing-transcripts/

At full speed, lawyers put the most verbose AB posters to shame - 250,000 words a day. And ABers require a question - er

Does anyone want to read them ?

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not me, thank you very much. I have enough hassle proof reading my answers on here before I hit submit.

Anyhoo, I'm sure they'll be of interest to a few folk, don't know who exactly, but I'm sure there will be some :-)
I will not be reading them either but someone will Peter.
Thanks for the link Peter,
//At full speed, lawyers put the most verbose AB posters to shame - 250,000 words a day//

Then let me be try to be concise. My summary:


The crimes were committed by known wolves, but for reasons we can't determine, except that they have nothing to do with Islam.

Is that sufficiently terse, or would you lie me to produce a shorter abstract?
"London Evening News's stratagems,
Tortuous as Thames
Condense
Mensa's proud intelligence."

Spot the redundant words in a competition tie-breaker.
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Are "experts" being paid to engage in this pompous verbosity?
Don't talk about Vetuste is such terms Sanmac...
in^^

We appear to have non English speaking peoples sneaking onto the Site, ABers beware ;o)
I picked a day at random and it was not pleasant reading.
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.// We appear to have non English speaking peoples sneaking onto the Site, ABers beware ;o)//

there may be - where ? - - - - ter daaah ! [pun alert]

I apologise I have been slow in identifying the site: and even slower about identifying non English speakers sneaking anywhere....

"The site is here" - I put on a par with 'look argies, shoot them!' - I mean it is not REALLY unclear is it? - it is just Balders trolling again....;)

unless you count our next PM ( Boris silly!) as a non English speaker. He has just been on the radio (radio 4 denying he was playing hard to get. He insisted his constituency was the Tory MPs and no one else. Perhaps even no one else was interested in things like who was going to be the next prime minister)
and we had from Boris: ephemeral, (Gk) and five Latin derivatives where there was a simpler shorter anglo saxon choice(*) - evanescent? rebarbative? prestidigitation ? - at the end I was going oooooo just like in The Good Old Days


(*)that means he used a word like faeculent when 'crap' would have done

I was minutely expecting Boris to say: 'discombobulate' ( = troll or tease) and waited in vain

back to the transcripts is quite sad:
day 23 - Q!.once operation Plato is declared, no one goes in? A. Yes
Q. so the people inside dont get help and bleed to death?
A. yes it is meant to work like that
Q how so?
A. we looked at bataclan and rewrote everything so that no one was in danger ! I mean they were shooting policemen
Q except the 100 inside Bataclan who were shot over 2 hrs? A oh yes there was that - quite unavoiable....helluva mess - lessons were learnt by everyone who was left alive

so you non english speakers - the transcripts are worth a read....
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oh dear
MOnday transcript 17 June p 87

Yes, but can you name a single person who stepped foot
10 in that area prior to the HART team at something like
11 1 o’clock in the morning?
12 A. So it was the ambulance intervention.....

shooting at 10 pm, attackers dead by 10 16
no one allowed in ( people prepared to go in) for another three hours. injured allowed to bleed to death

Americans call this 'swatting'

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