There's no soap there to drop, but I do hope he has a prayer mat. He'll have a fine time banged up in a flea pit with all those murderous tikriti chutney ferrets right up him, but then he's from Rochdale, home from home I'd say.Doesnt want to be dropping the soap.
I don't think the EU's prison policy extends to Iraq. Just like the Scottish prison policy doesn't extend to Libya, or does it?The Prosecuting lawyer says that he wished he was hung. I agree.
No doubt he'll serve a few months in Iraq and then be transferred to a UK Prison and maybe a very early release?
Agreed, surely someone else must be at fault, Armorgroup, MOD, NHS etc. Why is there always this faux concern about "our own, in far away nasty prisons awaiting unfair justice"? He s a ******* Murderer, he has caused unmeasurable pain to many persons. Why should he get a ticket back to the UK where he would undoubtedly be released earlier? Not all Soldiers or "Contractors" (Mercenaries) are heroes, theres always some amount of Scum who wear the same uniforms, and this is one of them.Standby for the insistence that he was suffering from PTSD and how this Government have let him down, yadda, yadda, ******* yadda. 20 years for 2? He's lucky he didn't end up looking down at the wrong end of a trapdoor.
I'm not so sure with deep fried pies, deep fried pizza, a nation where only one subect of conversation can break the monotony of Archie Gemmil's knees. I think he'd rather take his chances in Libya with his prostrate hanging off, I know I would!Bet that Libyan ****** wished he'd stayed in Scotland now.
Not only did he apply, he also apparantly falsified his medical documents to get accepted at least that what the PMCs hinting at.Just as a matter of interest why would someone with PTSD apply for a job overseas with a contractor?
Anyway the judge did take account of it during sentencing, that's why he's not swinging.