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Remember the barrister that was shot 11 times?

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Miss Saunders, 26

Yum yum. :D
 
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Yeah, but could you face coming home to an armed siege once a month?
 
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crabby said:
money-grabbing b*tch
Don't know about that..... think she/they have a point to be honest.

One of the principles law enforcement applies when interviewing is keeping the various parties apart so that they cannot collude and concoct a suitable story.

Surely the same principle should apply to them when they are called to account for their actions...?

Although - having aired my views on that.... I remembered this is the NAAFI so have to add the fact that I would definitely hoop her one given the chance. :wink:
 
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Pompey_Jock said:
crabby said:
money-grabbing b*tch
Don't know about that..... think she/they have a point to be honest.

One of the principles law enforcement applies when interviewing is keeping the various parties apart so that they cannot collude and concoct a suitable story.

Surely the same principle should apply to them when they are called to account for their actions...?


Although - having aired my views on that.... I remembered this is the NAAFI so have to add the fact that I would definitely hoop her one given the chance. :wink:
I agree, yet this is the first action before they bring a prosecution case against the police claiming that the chap wasn't a danger to anyone - despite running around with a weapon having been firing it all over the shop. Typical looking for someone to blame, and where there's a blame there's a claim.

Oh, and I'd slam it up her hoop only to hear her scream
 
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