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Eddie B 3:07 Wed Oct 10
That Met Police boss who locked his car door...
... and was driven away, when one of his colleagues was being murdered in front of him, outside the Houses of Parliament. What a fucking coward.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6259835/TV-detective-slams-London-police-chief-stayed-car-Westminster-terror-attack.html

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Lato 12:21 Thu Oct 11
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You can do all the training scenarios but nothing can prepare you for the real thing. I spent many years in various Custodial roles and know from personal experience." Fight or Flight " our training staff used to call it.........Mackey chose the latter!

Swiss. 12:04 Thu Oct 11
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Bottled it. But who's know what we would have done in the same situation honesty regardless of our backgrounds. Easy sitting here behind a keyboard giving it big. In the early 80s I saw may a "hard man" on his toes when we were up against it.

But yeah I'd be ashamed after if I hadn't have had a go.

Any Old Iron 11:58 Thu Oct 11
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So as a copper he did a shit job, but as a box ticking pen-pusher he did a bang up job reducing the Mets effectiveness in combatting crime and so receives a knighthood - naturally.

Sven Roeder 7:50 Thu Oct 11
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Not cheaper just 20,000 less.
But lots more ETHNIC and FEMALE

Not enough to have police to come out investigate most crimes though.

joe royal 6:39 Thu Oct 11
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On the announcement of his knighthood, Scotland Yard praised his role in reforming the Met amid tightening budgets and his push for diversity within the force.


No mention of thief taking then , just employing cheaper staff.

mashed in maryland 10:58 Wed Oct 10
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"The establishment" named him in the new years honours list.

Going by the article, it seems his critics include many fellow plod.

Before you start I've said several times on here I refuse to dig him out.

Apart from that Pix, spot on.

Hammer and Pickle 10:43 Wed Oct 10
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So.

Why is the right wing populist establishment attacking the civil services yet again?

charleyfarley 10:34 Wed Oct 10
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The senior Scotland Yard officer who locked himself in his car during the Westminster terror attack is due to retire within weeks, as pressure mounts on the police watchdog to investigate his conduct.
Deputy Commissioner Sir Craig  Mackey will step down from the force in December after 34-years service.
But his admission that he failed to intervene when he witnessed terrorist, Khalid Masood, attacking and murdering Police Constable, Keith Palmer, has sparked widespread anger among the public and many of his policing colleagues.

Trevor B 10:05 Wed Oct 10
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I thought you took umbrage with insults?

Anyway, don't laugh at disableds, laugh WITH them.

mashed in maryland 10:04 Wed Oct 10
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I was always told not to laugh at disabled people.

Trevor B 9:55 Wed Oct 10
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Mashed, you have no sense of humour.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 9:55 Wed Oct 10
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lollllzz!!!

It's the fucking Black Knight from Holy Grail

Trevor B 9:53 Wed Oct 10
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Still not throwing the towel in mashed?

mashed in maryland 9:48 Wed Oct 10
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So far your night on here has gone like this:

- giving it the biggun and defending something which has been almost universally condemned (totally fine, it's your right)
- immediately resorted to insults when questioned
- got run around in circles
- lied about being on a wind up
- resorted to insults again
- reminded about a particularly embarrassing moment for you that led to you vanishing for a while and making a new username
- totally made something up thinly accusing someone of being a nonce.

I'd quit now if I were you mate.

Trevor B 9:23 Wed Oct 10
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Let's just say that from what's been said, Clinton Baptiste would have had him banged to rights.....nudge, nudge, wink, wink.

Toe Rag 9:02 Wed Oct 10
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This fucker’s (the copper) getting pelters from all angles. Plod are not happy behind the scenes from what I’ve heard.

Not sure I’d want to face a mad ranting muslamic even if he’s got a blade and not his ray gun on him though, fuck that!

Dwight Van Mann 8:56 Wed Oct 10
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Trevor B 8:50 Wed Oct 10

what'd he get caught for?

Trevor B 8:50 Wed Oct 10
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mashed, you take this site waaaaay too seriously mate. especially after what you got caught for.

Dwight Van Mann 8:40 Wed Oct 10
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mashed in maryland 8:32 Wed Oct 10

so he has form for cowardice?

Interesting.

Dwight Van Mann 8:36 Wed Oct 10
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Trevor B = Sir Craig Mackey, Deputy commissioner of the Metropolitan Police

nailed on

mashed in maryland 8:32 Wed Oct 10
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Shame that you're reducing yourself to insults again instead of just answering a couple of simple and civil questions.

Although your choice of words is quite fitting considering when you posted as PLW you offered a poster out not expecting him to turn up, posted from your phone pretending to be in said pub, without realising that another poster was in there at the same time.

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