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This is nonsense. I can't tell you how I know, but I do know that the money was being used for paint as the boathouse is badly in need of renovation.
 
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I supose they sang Glooooooorrrriiiiiaaaaaaaaa a bit to soon aye?
 
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Another great day for the Bible (Sun). Good headline grabber though isnt it?
 
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The Sun and accuracy go hand in hand I see.

The charges carry jail terms of up to five years in an Army jail.
Do we have more than one? Or have they used some accounting method to build a secret one that no one knows about.
 
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offog said:
The Sun and accuracy go hand in hand I see.

The charges carry jail terms of up to five years in an Army jail.
Do we have more than one? Or have they used some accounting method to build a secret one that no one knows about.
Is it not two years max, with the rest of time in civi nick????????
 
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Ancient_Mariner said:
This is nonsense. I can't tell you how I know, but I do know that the money was being used for paint as the boathouse is badly in need of renovation.
Hello Ancient_Mariner,

quite right and that gold paint isn't cheap either.

Oh dear,I shouldn't have said that.
Now we'll have to repaint it again.

tangosix.
 

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I would urge caution on the part of the authorities if they do jail these men
I'm sure many of us in the military world remember what happened last time some SF chaps got jailed for stealing

From another reputable source Mr Newton Dunn at the Sun will probably want to use it so watch out for this quote from him next time this story appears in the Sun.............

In 1972 a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune



Full shocking story
http://www.ateamshrine.co.uk/

1000 Post's have I been on nights that long?
 
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PassingBells said:
Don't we have a 'no comment until after the trial' policy on Arrse?
It's in the public domain, no names are mentioned. Harry maskers has been issused as appropreate to the guilty.... er I mean suspects.
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Isn't the point that some of Us who may have had relevant experience may make a comment that is read by a jury member and so unduly influence the trial - and so place Good - or Bad - CO in the unenviable position of being in contempt of court.

AM and Tangosix' comments as case in point. :D
 
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Sven said:
Isn't the point that some of Us who may have had relevant experience may make a comment that is read by a jury member and so unduly influence the trial - and so place Good - or Bad - CO in the unenviable position of being in contempt of court.

AM and Tangosix' comments as case in point. :D
Expect the Red Caps at the door in NATO standard dawn raid. 8O
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