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How many talented rappers, footballers, models or mentors will be stabbed in London in 2020?

One vote.

  • 0-100

    Votes: 5 3.2%
  • 100-125

    Votes: 9 5.8%
  • 125-150

    Votes: 20 12.8%
  • 150 plus

    Votes: 50 32.1%
  • 92 . 15/1

    Votes: 1 0.6%
  • 170-180 Odds?

    Votes: 9 5.8%
  • Not enough

    Votes: 62 39.7%

  • Total voters
    156
  • This poll will close: .
They were obviously at the back of the queue when brains were being issued and ended up with the ones rejected by other users.

Hopefully their doors HEADS will be on the receiving end of some kinetic force delivered by a police sledge hammer before dawn sometime soon.


Amended for what most sensible law abiding people would like to see happen to these complete waste of our resources!!
 
Definite touch of the Emperor here.....

One guy stabs another one to death at a 'knife awareness event' in London they'd both been sent on after being caught with blades. Drill music mentioned as a factor.

Gangsters killing gangsters should be encouraged right down to there only being one left.
 
I was 92 but it appears that it has already reached 100. Ahh well, always next year...
 

Sexton Blake

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The_Duke

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MOD comment.
Strike 1 for this thread, and that is being very generous to wait this long.

No further warnings given, lengthy bans straight off the bat.
 

RTU'd

Old-Salt
A teenager has died after suffering knife injuries in a fight involving a number of people.
The boy, believed to be aged 15, was found near Garratt Lane Burial Ground in Wandsworth, south London, just before 17:00 GMT. It seems some think carrying a knife is cool still, If you carry one and use it and get caught its a mandatory intermediate prison sentence & another young life destroyed.
 
A teenager has died after suffering knife injuries in a fight involving a number of people.
The boy, believed to be aged 15, was found near Garratt Lane Burial Ground in Wandsworth, south London, just before 17:00 GMT. It seems some think carrying a knife is cool still, If you carry one and use it and get caught its a mandatory intermediate prison sentence & another young life destroyed.
Cool indeed.
One wonders how many stabbings are 'I'm cool, I'll threaten you with a blade' which turn into 'oh sh*t, he's bleeding like a stuck pig"...
 

Chef

LE

Lawyers screwing the taxpayer for legal aid?. You bet they are. Vile bottom-feeding scum.

The closing lines seem to bear that view out:

'The brother's lawyer Carolynn Gallwey said the IOPC had been investigating the motives of the officers who stopped them but found there was "not enough evidence to say it was discrimination".

A statement added: "After the IOPC complaint failed we approached the Equality & Human Rights Commission for help in bringing a case - they refused.

"We asked the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis [Dame Cressida Dick] to admit discrimination under the Equality Act and they too refused.


"Having exhausted all other options we have today started civil proceedings at court against the Metropolitan Police for discrimination, assault and false imprisonment.'

That should make for an interesting opening statement when and if it goes to court.

I wonder if Ms Gallwey is doing this pro bono? I doubt it somehow.
 
The closing lines seem to bear that view out:

'The brother's lawyer Carolynn Gallwey said the IOPC had been investigating the motives of the officers who stopped them but found there was "not enough evidence to say it was discrimination".

A statement added: "After the IOPC complaint failed we approached the Equality & Human Rights Commission for help in bringing a case - they refused.

"We asked the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis [Dame Cressida Dick] to admit discrimination under the Equality Act and they too refused.


"Having exhausted all other options we have today started civil proceedings at court against the Metropolitan Police for discrimination, assault and false imprisonment.'

That should make for an interesting opening statement when and if it goes to court.

I wonder if Ms Gallwey is doing this pro bono? I doubt it somehow.
Well "Bhatt Murphy" have funding covered... That legal aid wont spend itself you know.

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If your case relates to a death in custody funding may be available even if you have a good income and/or savings.

We have specialist expertise in obtaining funding in complex and difficult cases and if we accept your case, we will take responsibility for securing funding.

The firm is committed to achieving access to justice for those who do not qualify for public funding and we can discuss flexible payment options with you if your means make you ineligible for public funding.

In certain very limited circumstances we may be able to offer you a conditional fee agreement the details of which we can discuss with you upon request.
 

Sexton Blake

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Sexton Blake

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