help/advice on legal matter

#2
Are you a kingo?

Poor effort by the way.
 
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#4
There are legal firms who specialise in Military discipline matters, perhaps they could be more use than the internet?
 
#5
Was sort of hoping there was someone on here who was from legal who could help but yes i am in contact with a legal firm, but obviously their own interest is seeing it go to court martial for the money, and obviously thats not mine
 
#8
I think you did it. Otherwise you would have stated that you didn't in your first post. Fuel is very expensive and many will sympathise with your motives. I do not. You are a senior. You are payed more than the juniors. You are supposed to set an example to them. Thieving is thieving in whatever form.

If you did not do it then please accept my apologies as I am not a legal expert and can not offer advice.

If I am right then I wouldn't give you advice even if I was an expert. I hate theives.
 
#9
But did you nick the fuel?????? Strewth, answer the question man. You seem to have accepted everything they threw at you and now you're moaning about a lack of contact. If you did nick the fuel then standby for the consequences, if you didn't, get amongst them involved and find out what the feck is going on.
 
#10
Maybe it was misplaced sarcasm! Probably not however joking aside its actually more common here than people might think. We lost a nurse the other day, a very highly regarded one at that. Certainly makes you think.
It's a shame you can't.

To the OP, get a brief. You should have been offered one anyway.
 
#15
Assuming this is not a wah, I just stumbled across this thread. The OP needs to do himself a massive favour and shut his trap, walk away from here and get proper legal advice and representation. I don't particularly care whether he did it or not but a conviction for theft will affect his employment prospects for the rest of his working life and of course, those prospects will impinge on what you get in retirement.

For Christ sake mate, or actually for your sake, go and get a proper brief and sort your shit out with them, not a public forum on the Internet.
 
#16
Was sort of hoping there was someone on here who was from legal who could help but yes i am in contact with a legal firm, but obviously their own interest is seeing it go to court martial for the money, and obviously thats not mine
Firstly your legal company should be doing every thing they can to steer away from Court martial, however if they are representing you they should have a copy of all the evidence from your accusor to evaluate that proper procedure has been followed.

if you are innocent rip the cnuts to bits.......however every squaddie who has ever owned a car has wrote off o jerry can or two.
 
#17
I have served 21 yrs, never been in trouble before so have a clean record, and no i didnt do it thanks, so apology accepted, already thinking this wasnt such a great idea posting on here...do you seriously think coming to finish my time i am going to risk it all for the equivalent of £60, behave
 
#18
I wish you the best of luck in proving your innocence. Take heed of advice offered above. A public forum is not the best place for you to discuss this.

Good luck
 
#20
You're not wrong. There's no way we would have put 130 octane aviation fuel in our own jamjars. But if the Coldstream thought it made their cars go faster buying from Army Air Corps at a quarter of the price of using a forecourt ...... who were we to deny them ??

At Bad Lippsringe a notorious parachute instructor stored his backup supply in an imaginative way. in the firebuckets suitably lidded to prevent evaporation. The bar steward unknowingly emptied one on a generator fire. But as the instructor said why was the silly beggar throwing what he thought was water on an electrical fire ?

Those were the days.
 

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