Ulster justice

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#6
brewmeister said:
A drug dealer has been tarred and feathered in Belfast, apparently by the UDA. Has anyone got a major problem with this?

Link: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/uk/crime/article2344052.ece
Yes actually. He was obviously selling drugs for the taxi boys which is why the Wombles did him.

If we are to achieve peace in the province its all about demarcation. So the soap dodgers do the drugs and the jaffas do the strongarm stuff, right?

Should have thought of it years ago, we really should.
 
#7
brewmeister said:
A drug dealer has been tarred and feathered in Belfast, apparently by the UDA. Has anyone got a major problem with this?
Two minor niggles I have;

1. It's no substitute for the police doing their job properly by arresting and locking up scumbags.

2. Both Orange and Green flavoured paramilitaries don't exactly have a squeaky clean record on drug dealing themselves. In fact in the past this sort of "community justice" has had more to do with eliminating the competition than with anything else.
 
#9
big_mad_ejit said:
Both Orange and Green flavoured paramilitaries don't exactly have a squeaky clean record on drug dealing themselves. In fact in the past this sort of "community justice" has had more to do with eliminating the competition than with anything else.
That's a fair point...maybe the police should take up the practice!
 
#10
big_mad_ejit said:
brewmeister said:
A drug dealer has been tarred and feathered in Belfast, apparently by the UDA. Has anyone got a major problem with this?
Two minor niggles I have;

1. It's no substitute for the police doing their job properly by arresting and locking up scumbags.

2. Both Orange and Green flavoured paramilitaries don't exactly have a squeaky clean record on drug dealing themselves. In fact in the past this sort of "community justice" has had more to do with eliminating the competition than with anything else.

Not saying i disagree with you, but when the Police wont or cant do anything due to PC laws etc,it can get a bit destressing watching these little scumbags laugh at you daily.
Theres not many of them go back to doing what they use to do best, with plastic kneecaps, or fecked up hands. I think this guy got off very lightly. Perhaps they ought to try it in Liverpool, as the Police dont seem to be getting anywere.
 
#11
This is nothing to do with drug dealing. It is a stamping of authority by probably the "wombles" under a different guise. These people paved the way for governmental appeasement which is one of the reasons behind the gun crime of today.
I hope GB doesn't capitulate but hasn't cameron done a "U" turn on his hug a hoodie initiative.
 
#12
One of the Comments posted under that Article sums it up quite nicely..

Barbaric - Yes. Effective - Maybe. Satisfaction for the law abiding members of society whose lives are blighted by criminals - absolutely. I am sick and tired of the level of criminality affecting those of us who don't feel compelled to rob, steal, assault, vandalise or murder their way through life.
 
#14
of course the little scrote will do it again and keep doing it as it will be bringing him more money than the dole he will more than likely be claiming. he also got offside rather quickly as when the psni got there they could find no trace of victim or crime according to website i read this morning.two questions spring to mind

1 - will he claim compo for any injuries recieved, and
2 - if he does continue will the decommissioned arms reappear to give him ventilated kneecaps?

hopefully the second will occur reasonably quickly.
 
#15
lemonsuckas said:
of course the little scrote will do it again and keep doing it as it will be bringing him more money than the dole he will more than likely be claiming. he also got offside rather quickly as when the psni got there they could find no trace of victim or crime according to website i read this morning.two questions spring to mind

1 - will he claim compo for any injuries recieved, and
2 - if he does continue will the decommissioned arms reappear to give him ventilated kneecaps?

hopefully the second will occur reasonably quickly.
My Bold - Yes he will, its the UK FFS.

On an environmental note:

a. Tar - large carbon footprint, messy, unhealthy (loads of organics in there).

b. Feathers - animal (bird anyway) murder.

Answer - the Mk 1 Breezeblock gravity fed from the second floor - ah the good old days :twisted: Clean, healthy, recycleable
 
#16
lsquared said:
I wonder if he will 'do it' again ?
When done properly,(knees and hands, ankles, breeze blocked ) Most i have been told, tend not to reoffend for many a day. Theres been quite a few have actualy topped themselves a year or so after. Apparantly the pain is quite excrutiating and stays with them, also a lot harder to run away.
 
#17
36thulster said:
Not saying i disagree with you, but when the Police wont or cant do anything due to PC laws etc,it can get a bit destressing watching these little scumbags laugh at you daily.
It's not just PC laws. This incident was mentioned on a police blog called 'Political Police' LINK.

The blogger, who is a police officer, claims that the Home Office culture of targets is largely to blame. He describes his force receiving detailed information on drugs being sent to known dealers. Senior officers ignored this because they'd only get one or two arrests after spending loads on surveillance, armed break, testing the drugs etc.

Alternatively, they could get the same number of 'detections' by issuing fixed penalty notices to a couple of school girls drawing with chalk on the pavement LINK. I believe the phrase used is 'low hanging fruit'.
 
#18
2 point.
Rickshaw-major - best comment Ive read for ages, I will have clean the keyboard now. Hard to believe people are so conciencious about green issues but, very very funny

Compensation "Hello, I'm Paddy, a drug-dealing low-life scumbag, I want compensation" Yes, really. who is he going to sue, plod for NOT arresting him, his assailants (I'm sure he doesn't know who they are) or the government for making tar too easy to obtain. I think not. I'm sure Paddy is at home thinking "yep, 2 kneecaps, no holes, mmmm lucky !!!, no dear, I do not feel like tarmac'ing the drive today". And I's sure his chav slapper will probably say "thats a feather in your cap, you got off lightly, ta (oops shouldn't have said that) for going shopping on the way home"
 

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