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The Thief Was The Victim !!!!

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chas2008 | 10:17 Mon 07th Jan 2013 | News
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What The Funicular.................

Moments earlier his solicitor Ian Brickman said the thief ‘is in many ways the victim in this’ and was left so ‘traumatised’ he cannot work.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2258165/Thief-drove-van-farmer-let-100-fine-But-victim-forced-defend-shotgun-suffers-police-ordeal-lasting-months.html#ixzz2HHdwxBn2
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Oops, correction:
...the differences between a "leftie handwringer" and someone who simply isn't (like your good self) a knuckle dragging fascist.
I hope you're not being a "hand-wringer" jno ;-)
a badge of pride, AP
Two examples of the British legal system first hand - an innocent couple (my daughter and SIL) attacked in their own home by a Neighbour, have to move out, the Neighbour admits to 'touching' my SIL so released after a caution despite issuing threats to come and 'finish the job' with some mates and my SIL having paramedic on scene, three cracked ribs severe bruising and two weeks off work , Neighbour free to carry on his Benefit funded reign of terror . Old lady in our village enters empty property (barn) to rescue cat that was howling, and she goes before the magistrates charged with criminal damage and trespass. I have come to the conclusion that British Law is a total Ass and the Police only interested in either high profile or easy targets.
Lol- correction to insult ( for the avoidance of doubt ) :-)

No Bazile, the insult was already there, I just missed out an important conjunctive bit in the middle :-)
...anyway, he loves it. I'm going over to his place later with my rubberwear to play nazis and lefties :-)
I bet you would buy each other a drink down the George and Dragon , if you met in real life .
Anonimity tends to mask the real person
Oh probably. I'd happily have a drink with any of my online 'adversaries' (including The Great Git himself) I'm sure we'd have common ground if we stayed off the subject of politics.
communal ID would be Daily Mail AP.....
Do people still meet under the clock at Waterloo Station each with a folded copy of the Mail under their arm to aid identification?
I've worked with football hooligan types - all very right wing and occasionally extremely violent types but managed to get along ok having aired our differences.
Scuse me Tambo?
//Do people still meet under the clock at Waterloo Station each with a folded copy of the Mail under their arm to aid identification? //

I thought it's usually a copy of grocers weekly
"who appears on the other hand to be a knuckle dragging fascist. "

as i said before anybody that doesnt agree with your leftie spoon fed ideology gets the sort of garbage remarks i have quoted.

Have you got some sort of cheat sheet that you get out or have you memorised all your pathetic little insults, if the latter then i'm mildly impressed at the feat.
ooOOOoh! get you - put your handbag down Ghengis.

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