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Old Nov 29th 2017, 10:30 am   #1
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Some off you may remember this horrific incident , after several attempt's by the Police Authorities to "smooth over" what took place , they have finally been pushed into a corner & the Officer involved has at last been charged & will appear in court as a defendant !
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Some off you may remember this horrific incident , after several attempt's by the Police Authorities to "smooth over" what took place , they have finally been pushed into a corner & the Officer involved has at last been charged & will appear in court as a defendant !
Good! Perhaps it may calm down other PSP from being so will to attack innocent people. I've been to a few big games in Portugal and quite honestly there's many a thug standing with a baton and a uniform in the disguise of someone who is supposed to protect people, eager for a bit violence!
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Some off you may remember this horrific incident , after several attempt's by the Police Authorities to "smooth over" what took place , they have finally been pushed into a corner & the Officer involved has at last been charged & will appear in court as a defendant !
.. Just imagine the hue&cry if a Met Officer had done that....
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.. Just imagine the hue&cry if a Met Officer had done that....
Yes, thank goodness nothing like that could ever happen in the UK, eh?
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Old Dec 2nd 2017, 5:39 pm   #5
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Yes, thank goodness nothing like that could ever happen in the UK, eh?
... ... But then again, when I saw PSP in the thread I remembered the parking thing I had a couple of months back when I (accidentally) parked in spaces that were apparently Police reserved, & a guy in civvies very politely told me on my return, while two uniforms wearing shades eyed me over from nearby. At the time I thought the sign at the end row was PPS or something like that..... maybe it was PSP.....
I suppose that's the diffference, it doesn't strike Brits that the UK is nearly unique in having a civilian force.
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Reported in today's press ,is that the Trial off the officer responsible for this brutal & unnecessary assault on the father in front off his 2 children will commence in Guimaraes today
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Reported in today's press ,is that the Trial off the officer responsible for this brutal & unnecessary assault on the father in front off his 2 children will commence in Guimaraes today
Lesson :- Never take anything you read in the PT National Press as a "given"
Now the above trial has been rescheduled to take place in April 2018

Because there was not Court Room vacant today !!!!!!
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