Copper shoots his second "Victim"

#1
Listening to Radio 2's (I know I know) news of the fact that the copper who shot the Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes has been involved in the shooting of a Bank robber. There acting like he is a mass murderer!

WTF is going on? He is an armed Police man, if he is back on the streets it will be because he is fit for role?

I have written to the BBC telling them i think there coverage on Radio 2 is ridiculous!

The looney left is saying he should have his weapon taken of him for ever. tossers. They are highly trained (although mistakes happen) why should we spend a fortune training them to have them dragged threw the crap pile every time they act, in our defence?

I for one would like to say Good work Fella, and next time you’re in the situation then please do the same!


Rant over
 
#2
Why don't the loony left do his job for a year - the copper will make more rational choices in parliament and the pollys might get killed and rid us of the scum that they are!
 
#5
Slightly off the thread but in this country the average Bobby isnt armed so the criminals who are armed are nearly always going to have the upper hand, not in this case though. What do people expect? If a person is going to hold up a bank then there is a strong possibility that he is going to be shot is there not?
 
#7
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OK, so the shooter in question is part of a designated team called in for that purpose...it was a bank raid...It's highly possible the shootee was armed (we won't know that until later)...this is hardly the same as a beat cop shooting someone coming out of a window, is it?

While I hardly think you're part of the "loony left" for questioning whether or not someone's competent with a gun, this does not seem like the right circumstance to be doing so.
 
#8
TankiesYank said:
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OK, so the shooter in question is part of a designated team called in for that purpose...it was a bank raid...It's highly possible the shootee was armed (we won't know that until later)...this is hardly the same as a beat cop shooting someone coming out of a window, is it?

While I hardly think you're part of the "loony left" for questioning whether or not someone's competent with a gun, this does not seem like the right circumstance to be doing so.
I was listening to the mental "loony left" chap on the Radio so i have no link to prove what he said but I swear to Allah he said "we should name and shame him". Now tell me that’s not mental?
 
#9
Sensationalist press printing cr@p yet again. The boy should be patted on the back. After all the stick he got for the last one (which was the fault of poor comd and int), it would take some guts to get back on the job.

Well done mate.
 
#10
Good drills. They whinge like fcuk when some bint gets shot up north by armed robbers and then they hang out to dry the blokes who bomb up everyday to go and try do something about it.

Break the law. Pay the price. Be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Also pay the price.
 
#11
The papers this morning have said that the armed robber who was killed fired a shotgun at the police immediately prior to being shot. Based on current information it seems that the officer concerned has correctly followed his rules of engagement. Once the inquest has been concluded then that should be an end to the matter.

If the SO19 officer had not been involved in the Stockwell incident then this would have caused little more than a murmur on the news.

The circus of pressure groups, activitsts, hard-left groups and police haters are sensing a second chance to "get" this officer, though I doubt very much if they will get anywhere. He did his job; it may not be nice, but it's neccssary. You can't give armed robbers group hugs.
 
#12
hallveg said:
TankiesYank said:
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OK, so the shooter in question is part of a designated team called in for that purpose...it was a bank raid...It's highly possible the shootee was armed (we won't know that until later)...this is hardly the same as a beat cop shooting someone coming out of a window, is it?

While I hardly think you're part of the "loony left" for questioning whether or not someone's competent with a gun, this does not seem like the right circumstance to be doing so.
I was listening to the mental "loony left" chap on the Radio so i have no link to prove what he said but I swear to Allah he said "we should name and shame him". Now tell me that’s not mental?
I have no doubt that's what he said (radio bombast is what these morons get paid for, right?)! I was just referring to different types of circumstances, and how this guy surely picked the wrong one to vent about. But why let facts get in the way of a good story?
 
#13
PC brainwashing at it's best/worst........

Speechless he is obviously good at his job and very commited to carry on after the mendecockup, even if he was acting in good faith.

I say promote him and send him and his family on an all expenses paid holiday, as a reward.

Tony
 
#14
He is what makes us great - he made a decission at stuck to it protecting civilians - and the politicians criticise him for doing so - it is mad! bloody mad!!
 
#15
They make him sound like he is running around with a necklace of ears
ffs.Its what he gets paid to do criminal had the choice to surrender either
decided to try and fight or chose death by copper who cares.
 
#16
I thought it was innocent until proven guility not guility until proven innocent?


or does that only comply to the people actually breaking the law?
 
#17
woody said:
They make him sound like he is running around with a necklace of ears
ffs.Its what he gets paid to do criminal had the choice to surrender either
decided to try and fight or chose death by copper who cares.
here here!
 
#18
From what I know from his those who knew him, Robert Haines (the victim) was well known to the police and was a man capable of great violence. His life style was of a level that could never be reconciled with his wifes humble hairdressers shop and he lived in considerable comfort with no visible livelyhood other than being bouncer. I am sure that untimately the facts will come out, and the focus on the officer being involved in the de Menzes affair will be a convenient smoke screen for some. I hold judgement over whether the death was necessary and will wait to try and filter the information that is ultimately published.

I am fed up with the media jumping on the de Menzes connection and the fact that he is described as "wholly innocent" when he was an illegal immigrant, working illegally . . with the emphasis in both cases on illegal. His whining family seem to forget that he was here when he shouldn't have been and was working when he shouldn't.

But then I have always considered that Gengis Khan was a dangerously wet lettuce who'd had his spine removed.
 
#19
ericthellama said:
From what I know from his those who knew him, Robert Haines (the victim) was well known to the police and was a man capable of great violence. His life style was of a level that could never be reconciled with his wifes humble hairdressers shop and he lived in considerable comfort with no visible livelyhood other than being bouncer. I am sure that untimately the facts will come out, and the focus on the officer being involved in the de Menzes affair will be a convenient smoke screen for some. I hold judgement over whether the death was necessary and will wait to try and filter the information that is ultimately published.

I am fed up with the media jumping on the de Menzes connection and the fact that he is described as "wholly innocent" when he was an illegal immigrant, working illegally . . with the emphasis in both cases on illegal. His whining family seem to forget that he was here when he shouldn't have been and was working when he shouldn't.

But then I have always considered that Gengis Khan was a dangerously wet lettuce who'd had his spine removed.
And did he not run like a mad man when challenged? All be it wise to do so in his country when challenged by the police, not so in this one when challenged by ours! silly feck, God rest his sole.
 
#20
toemag said:
I say promote him and send him and his family on an all expenses paid holiday, as a reward.

Tony
Well the first CO19 Officer to shoot someone dead was sent on holiday to the US with his family. Not promoted though.
 

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