Eight Held in Corruption Probe

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bokkatankie

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#2
I am sure it will all come out in the wash in due course, but apparently Army officer and his wife, if one can believe Sky News.
 
#3
####An Officer?.............NO!

I don't believe it!

I thought it might have been a 36 year old Cpl in the QM's stores, supplementing his meagre lot! ^_~
 
#6
Will be an interesting time for the MODS once the Officer's name is released by the Police. How many locked threads and ROPs?
 
#7
####From the Sunday Telegraph today;



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A serving officer with the Armed forces and his wife, who is a Ministry of Defence official, were also arrested at an address in Wiltshire.


It is the first time the Armed Forces have been drawn into the widespread police inquiry launched following phone hacking revelations at The Sun’s now defunct sister title The News of the World.
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So it wasn't a Corporal after all????

How shocking!

I wonder if he has an MC & who wrote him up for it?
 

Auld-Yin

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#8
####An Officer?.............NO!

I don't believe it!

I thought it might have been a 36 year old Cpl in the QM's stores, supplementing his meagre lot! ^_~
Don't be silly! There is no way a Stores Cpl is going to get caught!! :)
 

the_boy_syrup

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#9
I once spoke to Tom Newton Dunne.
I await the fleet of police cars
 
#11
Its being going on for years - back in the 80s we had a guy shoot a Cpl and then himself on Hythe Ranges and RHQ in Canterbury had got a phone call from the Scum before we had even informed them, so some range warden twat had tipped them off!

They also wrote the line "the Commanding Officer was on the scene within seconds sprinting across the beach". He was obviously bloody Superman then because he was sat with me in Lydd when it happened.
 

Wordsmith

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#12
I suspect that once you're on the hook, the newspapers won't let you off.

I can just see some journo telling the officer/his wife in silky tones "it'll be difficult to protect your anonymity if the information doesn't keep flowing".

Wordsmith
 
#13
A quote from Dominic Mohan, the Sun editor. Right at the end of the OP's posted link

"I have a brilliant staff and we have a duty to serve our readers and will continue to do that."

What the fuck would the Sun know about duty?

It should have read. "We have a job to do, and will continue to make money as best we can."

Cunts.
 
#14
A quote from Dominic Mohan, the Sun editor. Right at the end of the OP's posted link

"I have a brilliant staff and we have a duty to serve our readers and will continue to do that."

What the fuck would the Sun know about duty?

It should have read. "We have a job to do, and will continue to make money as best we can."

Cunts.
Thats business. If newspapers didn't sell & make money, what'd be the point in producing them.

What would you have them do?
 
#18
At least the Scum did what it says on the tin: get a dit about a story, pay for it and publish it.

Shitty work, I grant you.

But equally shit is the other 'highbrow' approach: phone a story, ingratiate yourself with said story, grovel, brown nose and arselick said story then never speak to them again once it's on air or in print. Oh and remember not to pay anything at all, apart from to yourself when you file your expenses.

If you like this approach, join the BBC.
 
#19
At 36 he is hardly going to be a 'senior officer', major at best. So I blame the bint!


Well this is the NAAFI!
 
#20
Or a SNCO - they're Officers too!
 

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