- 20-07-2012, 21:26 #331Peccavi.
- 20-07-2012, 21:26 #332
I bet if it had been a soldier who'd pushed someone and they'd died people would be crying about how he's a bloody hero and should have a day named after him rather trying to throw him to the wolves after he's been found not guilty by a jury of his peers.ZARATHUSTRA: Tyrant, (Pseudo) Bully, Mad With Power and infamous Camberley Flat Thief.
- 20-07-2012, 21:28 #333
- 20-07-2012, 21:29 #334
- 20-07-2012, 21:33 #335Silence may be golden, but duct tape is more effective, and that comes in silver......
"It's not the bullet that's got my name on it that concerns me; it's all them other ones flyin' around marked 'To Whom It May Concern.'" -Unknown
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- 20-07-2012, 21:35 #336
- 20-07-2012, 21:36 #337
To all the coppers out there what could the MET do him for? He's been found not guilty of murder, was his push too much? I've had worse beatings than that doing civpop for OCDTs at RMAS.ZARATHUSTRA: Tyrant, (Pseudo) Bully, Mad With Power and infamous Camberley Flat Thief.
- 20-07-2012, 21:42 #338
- 20-07-2012, 21:42 #339
I could find you hundreds of examples of troops breaching the courageous restraint policy in the interests of operational effectiveness and common sense. Quite rightly so in my opinion but do not for a second try and pass The British Army off as a shining bastion of fairness and good sportsmanship.
- 20-07-2012, 21:43 #340