A suitable tasking for THEM coming up?

#1
Libya: Man suspected of killing Pc Yvonne Fletcher identified - Telegraph

Country in disarray, this guy is wide open.

Pop in, grab him, 'extraplate with rightous perdition and extreme rightousness' or what ever the new buzz word is from our incestous cousins..., have in front of the Old Bailey for murder... then let him go and let him stay in UK with benefits...

right, scrap plan A.

Just shoot the cnut in the kneecaps and leave in his own shit house.
 
#2
Along with a swift street-side tracheotomy on the Lockerbie fella.
Sterilized surgical instruments need not be used.
 

BuggerAll

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#3
In this case I would no moral qualms about a bit of extra judicial justice carried out under the cover of current chaos but I have a question for the legal beagles to debate.

The 'alleged' murderer had diplomatic immunity so could not be prosecuted unless that immunity is waived by his government. Given that the immunity was granted to the G'daffy government and the murderer was acting under the instructions of G'daffy could the incoming government be considered to be competent to waive the immunity.

It would probably be better if he was dealt with by a Libyan Court where such niceties may not be an issue. If it ever does come anywhere near a British court I would not mind betting that his lawyers will certainly be saying that his immunity is still valid.

The problem with playing fast and loose, or being thought to, with diplomatic immunity is that we give others the excuse to do so with less justification with our diplomats on the wrong end.
 
#4
related, i said on this site months ago that we should snatch al-mugabri (sp) back. It would at least demonstrate to the yanks that we are still world class and have some cahouners.

**** the Scottish Parliament, **** lucrative oil deals and double-**** the ECHR - lets just do it - what's the worst that could happen?
 

the_boy_syrup

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#6
I should imagine he's prety fucked anyway.
If the rebels get hold of him he's in trouble for being part of the Col's set up.
If he runs he's no D.I. so we can scoop him up from there.
 

BuggerAll

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#7
I should imagine he's prety fucked anyway.
If the rebels get hold of him he's in trouble for being part of the Col's set up.
If he runs he's no D.I. so we can scoop him up from there.
Anything he did in the UK whilst he was a diplomat is covered by diplomatic immunity unless his government waives it. His government has ceased to exist.

Playing fast and loose with diplomatic immunity is a slippery slope.
 
#8
related, i said on this site months ago that we should snatch al-mugabri (sp) back. It would at least demonstrate to the yanks that we are still world class and have some cahouners.

**** the Scottish Parliament, **** lucrative oil deals and double-**** the ECHR - lets just do it - what's the worst that could happen?
For future reference,it is spelt "Cajones".
 
#13
related, i said on this site months ago that we should snatch al-mugabri (sp) back. It would at least demonstrate to the yanks that we are still world class and have some cahouners.

**** the Scottish Parliament, **** lucrative oil deals and double-**** the ECHR - lets just do it - what's the worst that could happen?
Seconded - especially the first part.:twisted:
 
#14
Might be a bit tricky. IIRC Ronnie Biggs was snatched from Brazil in the 80s. He had to be sent back in the end because snatching him was illegal. And that was in the days before the Human Rights Act.
 
#20
Anything he did in the UK whilst he was a diplomat is covered by diplomatic immunity unless his government waives it. His government has ceased to exist.

Playing fast and loose with diplomatic immunity is a slippery slope.
I don't see there is a problem. The government of Libya has changed but it has not ceased to exist.

The opposition are in power, as long as the new government is recognised by the rest of the world (which it will be) then there should be no problem. As Syrup said, to have been a diplomat he will have had to be from Qaddafi's tribe so he will have fallen from grace in any case.

I'm sure the new regime will want to curry favour with the West and will only be too happy to hand over criminals from the previous regime.
 

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