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Are we going to see riots this summer ?

So Criminal Damage in Bristol if found guilty means filling in a questionnaire explaining your motives, paying £100 to a charity and two hours picking up litter.

Just whats the point.



The force said the conditions of the caution were:

  • To complete a questionnaire from the history commission set up by Bristol city council, in which they can set out the reasons for their actions,.
  • To pay a fine of £100 that will be sent to Nilaari, a Bristol-based charity supporting BAME communities. This is the maximum fine that can be issued as part of a conditional caution for this particular offence.
  • To take part in two hours of environmental improvement works arranged and supervised by Bristol city council. This may include painting or the removal of rubbish/graffiti.

Pathetic.
 
So Criminal Damage in Bristol if found guilty means filling in a questionnaire explaining your motives, paying £100 to a charity and two hours picking up litter.

Just whats the point.



The force said the conditions of the caution were:

  • To complete a questionnaire from the history commission set up by Bristol city council, in which they can set out the reasons for their actions,.
  • To pay a fine of £100 that will be sent to Nilaari, a Bristol-based charity supporting BAME communities. This is the maximum fine that can be issued as part of a conditional caution for this particular offence.
  • To take part in two hours of environmental improvement works arranged and supervised by Bristol city council. This may include painting or the removal of rubbish/graffiti.
Police war crimes investigation.

Yet the Govt and Met Police seem to have the time and resources to investigate alledged war crimes in Sri Lanka by a British PMC a third of a century ago. Its not as if they are going to get the co-operation from the Sri Lankan govt who used somewhat extreme methods to deal with the Tamil Tigers.
 
So Criminal Damage in Bristol if found guilty means filling in a questionnaire explaining your motives, paying £100 to a charity and two hours picking up litter.

Just whats the point.



The force said the conditions of the caution were:

  • To complete a questionnaire from the history commission set up by Bristol city council, in which they can set out the reasons for their actions,.
  • To pay a fine of £100 that will be sent to Nilaari, a Bristol-based charity supporting BAME communities. This is the maximum fine that can be issued as part of a conditional caution for this particular offence.
  • To take part in two hours of environmental improvement works arranged and supervised by Bristol city council. This may include painting or the removal of rubbish/graffiti.

I don't suppose anyone has pointed out that being compelled to work for no pay is, quite literally, slavery?
 

The Left here is going to up in arms when they realize the S.C. is going to be stacked.
As the US Supreme Court reverts to the 19th Century ...
 
Meanwhile, and to the disappointment to many on this thread, the widespread race riots didnt break out in the UK. But twats like this don't help.


However, I'm sure there are people on this site will defend the Lance Sergeant's actions as 'banz'. He further reinforced his rough diamond joker credentials by defending himself after admitting his racist views...and found guilty. To be sentenced in due course.

ETA...a bit of a lard arrse too.
 
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So Criminal Damage in Bristol if found guilty means filling in a questionnaire explaining your motives, paying £100 to a charity and two hours picking up litter.

Just whats the point.



The force said the conditions of the caution were:

  • To complete a questionnaire from the history commission set up by Bristol city council, in which they can set out the reasons for their actions,.
  • To pay a fine of £100 that will be sent to Nilaari, a Bristol-based charity supporting BAME communities. This is the maximum fine that can be issued as part of a conditional caution for this particular offence.
  • To take part in two hours of environmental improvement works arranged and supervised by Bristol city council. This may include painting or the removal of rubbish/graffiti.

Bloke who took a wazz near a plaque (then handed himself in) out of prison yet?
 
Police war crimes investigation.

Yet the Govt and Met Police seem to have the time and resources to investigate alledged war crimes in Sri Lanka by a British PMC a third of a century ago. Its not as if they are going to get the co-operation from the Sri Lankan govt who used somewhat extreme methods to deal with the Tamil Tigers.
As pointed out on another thread 'war crimes' are erge omnes and therefore part of British 'municipal' law so if the individuals are British and/or the company is registered here, the jurisdiction exists.
 

ancienturion

LE
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Seems about par for the course.

£630 fine for this one.


Disgusting wretch but "champions" BLM hence did not merit any punishment as far as I can see because only BLM matters apparently.
 
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So Criminal Damage in Bristol if found guilty means filling in a questionnaire explaining your motives, paying £100 to a charity and two hours picking up litter.

Just whats the point.



The force said the conditions of the caution were:

  • To complete a questionnaire from the history commission set up by Bristol city council, in which they can set out the reasons for their actions,.
  • To pay a fine of £100 that will be sent to Nilaari, a Bristol-based charity supporting BAME communities. This is the maximum fine that can be issued as part of a conditional caution for this particular offence.
  • To take part in two hours of environmental improvement works arranged and supervised by Bristol city council. This may include painting or the removal of rubbish/graffiti.

It's a good job they never had a piss in the street, like that ******** in London who got jailed.
 
Meanwhile, and to the disappointment to many on this thread, the widespread race riots didnt break out in the UK. But twats like this don't help.


However, I'm sure there are people on this site will defend the Lance Sergeant's actions as 'banz'. He further reinforced his rough diamond joker credentials by defending himself after admitting his racist views...and found guilty. To be sentenced in due course.

ETA...a bit of a lard arrse too.

Supports the White Shite. What else did you expect from a Leeds fan? Mindja, even they are not as racist as back in the 80s. At least nowadays they only chuck Fairtraid bananas on the pitch.
 

Yokel

LE

The Left here is going to up in arms when they realize the S.C. is going to be stacked.

But surely the law is the law? The US constitution of based on the tradition of English Common Law going back to the Magna Carta - separating executive and judicial powers. Perhaps more than any else that is the key concept behind the West?

The United States has only been able to grow and propser because of its legal and constitutional structures. The same could be said for all 'Western' nations.

Disgusting wretch but "champions" BLM hence did not merit any punishment as far as I can see because only BLM matters apparently.

The irony is Bomber Command had lots of non white, and non Christian aircrew.. They came not just from the white commonwealth but from the Caribbean, Africa, and Asia, and the Nazi occupied nations.
 
As pointed out on another thread 'war crimes' are erge omnes and therefore part of British 'municipal' law so if the individuals are British and/or the company is registered here, the jurisdiction exists.
I know that but the point is that they are highly unikely to get any convictions as it was a third of a century ago, most of the people involved are dead and the British Govenment doesn't have jurisdiction in Sri Lanka where the allegations happened.

The Police don't have to investigate everything. It could be closed as 'Not in the public interest' and the money spent on better things. Especially as KMS were operating with the full co-operation of the British Government of the time.
 
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