You must have failed every FFR, ORT, ACTIVE EDGE etc that you ever did then!Are you aware of how much Vodka the average Ivan Tom could shift? We knew we had 12 hours in hand, that is why on ex Active Edge the battle wagons never turned over until 11 hours after it was called, silly.
So it was you in the gimp suit!I
always foundunderstand that not getting caught was a far more effective way of getting away with any alleged crime I may, or may not, have been involved in.
Additionally not admitting to it even some time after the event would probably help, had I (or anyone else) committed any undetected crime(s).
It is not my fault that at no point have I ever been asked about any crimes that I may (or may not) have been involved in, or have knowledge of
This premise is incorrect.Don't know about these days... though an Army day ended at 2359 Hrs and began at 0001 Hrs.... no 0000 - so midnight didn't exist in Army time. The Army old sweat myth that you could get away with a 'crime' at dead on midnight!
It can be used as mitigation thoughNo I didn't, It was 90 seconds in BAOR, 10 seconds on home station (ale was cheaper in the Fatherland).
One of the first and only things I remember being taught by RMP before I told them where to shove their truncheons and the sun doesn't shine.Which is why in every (decent) criminal case written, you use the phrase 'about' to precede a timing i.e: 'about 2359hrs on the DAY / MONTH / YEAR the accused NAME did.... ' etc.
In almost all instances, a sheriff and defence would accept it and it's fairly standard procedure.
It gets around the 'at 2359' because a **** of a.defence would challenge you on that timing, just to make you feel and look like a dick.
Never had it happen to me before when I was new to the job..honest.
We were told that a minute to and a minute past were ours; thankfully no mention of prayer.On arrival at depot,we were informed by the nice platoon sergeant that the army allowed us one minute of our own time; 0000hrs to 0001hrs. This time was to be used for prayer..