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Gary Strodders shank 12:42 Tue Nov 29
24 hours in police custody
Did anyone else watch this last night?

A guy chased after two would be burglars and accidentally collided with the bike rhey were escaping on causing serious injuries.
The police investigate and he's charged with GBH sfter the CPS decide its in the public interest to prosecute.

He gets 20 months inside and they get off with community service despite pleading guilty to the charges against them as their injuries would make prison life difficult for them.
He loses 50k spent in legal fees his job and wife terminates a pregnancy due to the effects and knock on of the case and now they sue him for damages.
The injuries they suffered couldn't of been thst bad as they were stopped out and about by the old bill a couple of weeks later for further misdemeanours.
A very sad indicement of the criminal justice system in this country.
What amazes me though is how a jury convicted him

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mashed in maryland 9:59 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
"The case in the original post, I would have convicted the defendant, based on what's in the original post."


Actually a little stunned by that response. Not what I was expecting.

I dunno how anyone who helped put this man in prison could sleep at night.

Niblets 8:44 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
westside = Vegan lefty cunt who donates to BLM and Just Stop Oil.

only1billybonds 7:32 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
5th.

I accept all that up to a point but the fact that the majority of burglaries and auto theft are dismissed and passed on to insurance companies still stands yet they see fit to turn up on peoples doorsteps to tell them to chech their thinking.

Westside 7:19 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
Been out all day, so responding to severeal questions.

No, have no interest in who burgled me. One burglary I was at work, one burglary I'd stayed over at friends, got back early morning.

The case in the original post, I would have convicted the defendant, based on what's in the original post. Haven't read the trial transcript, which may have led to a different verdict, if I'd heard all the evidence.

Eerie Descent 12:40 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
Our Police are now tasked with policing bad words on the internet over burglaries.

Let that sink in.

Fifth Column 11:52 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
only1bb

To be fair to the Police, they literally are now taking on 'emergency' elements of social services because social services have had so many cuts that they can't do a load of things, particularly outside 9 to 5 hours. Same with mental health services.

The head of Association of Chief Police Officers recently made a public statement about the fact they don't want to be dealing with social services/mental health type stuff but have no choice because no-one else responds outside of working hours so they're the only ones that can/do that.

Massive increase in teenage missing persons - kids running away over and over and over, often from care. Police are legally obliged to investigate. In the past social services would have done a lot more themselves but don't. Massive increase in mental health related incidents that in the past would have been dealt with by NHS/Council mental health teams. Now a lot of those teams just don't exist anymore. Again, Police will end up being held legally accountable if they don't respond.

The Police don't want to be doing that stuff.

only1billybonds 9:51 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
The police have lost the publics trust and its no wonder, they have become an extension of social services. People saying dont take the law into your own hands are missing a very sailient point.

There is no fucking law, the're all to busy doing anything other than policing society. Said it before and i'll say it again. There was a time when i loved this country and what we stood for. I look at it now and where its heading and it does nothing other than sadden and anger me.

mashed in maryland 8:41 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
Westside, if you were on that jury would you have convicted him?

arsegrapes 2:20 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
I remember my older brother coming home pissed one night on a barmy weekend morning about 4am, forgot his keys, didn't want to wake up the old man, work in the morning (ex military stickler for discipline) because he knew he would go ballistic so climbed over the side gate and scaled the drainpipe in the back garden to try climb through his slightly open bedroom window , when a torch light shone on him. He looked down and the old boy was pointing an air rifle up at him shouting "get down or I'll shoot", he shouted back "don't shoot it's me dad", but it was too late and my brother took two rounds one to the leg and one to the buttock. I heard screams and ran downstairs, how he held on is a mystery, maybe drink had a numbing effect, but he managed to climb back down, dad drove him to hospital to take the pellets out, said the rifle went off accidentally.

Expect they would have locked the old boy up and thrown away the keys nowadays.

Pagey 1:09 Wed Nov 30
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Westside 12:23 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody

Actually yes.

Are you seriously telling me that you didn’t think for one minute that you’d love to know who did it? I highly doubt that’s true. I’m not saying that you’d actually do something, but you’d want to know who did it.

The bloke involved here knew who did it and did something about it. Which is totally understandable, to anyone who’s not a robot and devoid of any emotion.

Nurse Ratched 1:04 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
" I disturbed a burglar years ago with my wife and three kids asleep and chased him out of the house. I didn't chase him further as I was stark bollock naked"


So there was more than one swag bag out on the street that night...

Eerie Descent 12:50 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
Looking past the fact that you've completely missed the point as per usual, BRANDS, that was 1995. Back then, Police used to be under instruction to attend crimes like burglary and focus on the criminals. Even, and wait for this, investigate those crimes!

Mad, I know.

riosleftsock 12:49 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
Watch Mark Steyn on GB News, he has been threatened by OFCOM numerous times, is often taken to court by all sorts of wronguns. But he gives examples of our police acting uselessly

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9sMsIhV-Bs

Watch his shows.

Fifth Column 12:47 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
Westside

Were you at home at the time or the burglaries?

I disturbed a burglar years ago with my wife and three kids asleep and chased him out of the house. I didn't chase him further as I was stark bollock naked. But we have the legal power as citizens under common law to "arrest" people who we've witnessed carrying out an indictable offence, like burglary. Ie we can physically detain them and use whatever force is necessary to continue to detain them until police arrive. It is lawful to chase someone who you know has committed an offence. You do not have to leave it to the Police. The problem is what is lawful force.

BRANDED 12:45 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
Around 1995 a crim got a key and entered our house with her indoors in bed upstairs. I was out. Crim found a hand bag in the entrance to the house and took off. I arrived home and contacted police as door was open. Old bill caught the perpetrator but took 5 FIVE old bill to pin him down. Sometimes you just dont get involved. These cunts are mental.

Eerie Descent 12:35 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
Ah yes. The career criminals were running away from the family (including 8 & 10 year old kids) fully in the knowledge that they were in no danger of being arrested by police, and in fact safe in the knowledge that the police would protect them over anyone and anything else, at all costs.

They were probably planning their next victims whilst they were running. Who knows whether that burglary would've gone wrong, and they would have violently attacked the victims Doesn't matter, as long as they had a nice safe passage whilst they were running away from their latest crime.

PROTECT OUR POOR CRIMINALS FROM THE THREAT OF VICTIMS

Eerie Descent 12:26 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
House empty.

Head empty.

Westside 12:25 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
I draw the line at if you are prepared to commit crimes, especially against innocent people in their own homes, you get whatever the fuck is coming to you.

But these scroats were running (or cycling) away. Fortunately you can do pretty much what you like, to somebody in your home. They are no threat to you running away.

Westside 12:23 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
If you ask anyone who is burgled or have their family threatened at all, the first thing they want to do is find the massive pricks who did it.

Actually no.

Been burgled twice (house empty). Had no desire to meet out retribution to the perpetrators.

Fifth Column 12:03 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
Rios is correct

Never talk to the Police voluntarily in any case like this. Nothing except your name and address. Lawyer up and say no comment or give prepared statement and then no comment

Pagey 12:02 Wed Nov 30
Re: 24 hours in police custody
If you ask anyone who is burgled or have their family threatened at all, the first thing they want to do is find the massive pricks who did it.

This bloke clearly acted on impulse, as most of us would, and was on autopilot with his emotions.

The two little pricks involved were both clearly wrong uns and the fact that they pretty much got away with it is disgusting. No surprise though as the police in this country are useless, mainly corrupt and full of shit. They go for the ‘easy wins’.

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