Violent thug to sue after police officer swore at him

#2
*&&^*^&^$&*%&^&(*&*&()&*)&*() ........ Better book myself on an anger management course.
 
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Simon Reed, of the Police Federation of England and Wales, said the case 'typifies the bureaucratic nonsense police officers have to contend with
Couldn't agree more.
 
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Words failed me when I read about this in the paper this morning - the feckless scum moaned about getting tazered (which he promptly ripped out of himself)... considering that he threatened to shoot a policewoman, shouted "The first copper in here is getting ******** killed", and lunged at the police with a 6" knife makes me think that he's taking the urine just a little bit.

Especially when he now turns around and says "I'm really scared of the police now". So you bloody well should be. The sergeant who hurt his feelings should be commended, not sent on a "management advice course".

Who's got the fuel card for the bus?
 
#5
"I've got a hole in my heart"

If this cnut tried this in SA he'd have a hole in his head.
 
#6
The nasty man swore at me! FFS he didn't even go down for his part. I don't know about the outrage bus but it might be time to look for the plane out of this twisted country!
 
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It would seem that Francis needs a few sessions of anger management therapy rather than the police officer.

I'll bet this decision to send him on such a pointless course was made by someone who has never worn the same uniform as him either.
 
#9
I think the Daily Mule has got this a bit wrong.

What I think they mean is that the Sgt got Management Advice, a normal means of disposal when someone has done something they shouldn't. They get told, 'don't do it again' and the Complaint can be filed. It doesn't really mean anything, it just helps get the complaints filed in the eyes of the IPCC (Independant my arrse!) There is no such thing as a Management Advice course, and it doesn't mention Anger Management.

The real outrage is that this twat thinks he can sue, and will get legal aid to do so, no doubt!

Personally I think he should be strapped to a Fig 11 and used for taser practice!
 
#10
vegnomeat said:
Regardless of what he had done the copper was in the wrong too. It's a hat they wear not a crown
I am not a Plod-Lover, but I really think that you need to have a word with yourself.
 
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In the newspaper article it states that Francis has a heart defect since birth. I would suggest that he has a more serious defect above the neck.
A box of 9x19 should do the trick.
 
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Nutstrangler said:
vegnomeat said:
Regardless of what he had done the copper was in the wrong too. It's a hat they wear not a crown
I am not a Plod-Lover, but I really think that you need to have a word with yourself.
Really, haven't we seen enough of police excess ? swearing is just the thin end of the wedge.

Go google G8 protests, If they put their selves on a pedestal then they better do everything by the book, we have to ...
 
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vegnomeat said:
Regardless of what he had done the copper was in the wrong too. It's a hat they wear not a crown
Er, true 8O I doubt if her Royal Maj (gawd bless 'er) would wade into the fray with a taser against a p1ssed up/ drugged up homicidal manic while effing and blinding ... so it's not a crown they wear then :roll:

(or a halo... or rather it soundn't be)

Is there some part of this story you're not connecting with?

"...he barricaded himself into a room at the address in Ambassador's Way, North Shields, where he used a hammer to smash the walls, and screamed: 'The first copper in here is getting f****** killed, come on, I only want one of you.'

But they substantiated his claim a sergeant was guilty of misconduct because he swore at Francis, and he was ordered to undergo a Management Advice course."
 
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You don't think that the Outrage Bus has been taken in error ?.

It is possible that Plod is going on an Anger Management course as an instructor?. Viz - 'Taser the angry' violent nasty types to manage the situation safely.
 
#16
Oh my God, what is happening to this country folks??? 12 month suspended sentence .. he had a fucking knife!! The poor excuse for a man should be giving the kicking he rightly deserves, I blame the parents if his Dad had slapped him enough as a kid he wouldnt be such a cnut now.

I got a ticket from a warden the other day .. I might say I am scared of them now and sue!! Rant over OUT!
 
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vegnomeat said:
Nutstrangler said:
vegnomeat said:
Regardless of what he had done the copper was in the wrong too. It's a hat they wear not a crown
I am not a Plod-Lover, but I really think that you need to have a word with yourself.
Really, haven't we seen enough of police excess ? swearing is just the thin end of the wedge.

Go google G8 protests, If they put their selves on a pedestal then they better do everything by the book, we have to ...
Oh you self righteous twat. Presuming of course that you are serving, can you honestly tell me you do everything to the book ALL the time?

Police excess is smashing someone in the face for no reason. Swearing at someone when they've just attacked your colleagues is natural behaviour, albeit something that the police officer himself accepted was "unprofessional."

This chap is having a giggle at the expense of the Taxpayer and ought to be used as a classic example of just the kind of "bureaucratic nonsense" that we have to put up with.
 
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F*cking amazing. What the f*ck is this country coming to when a Geordie lad can't have a good night out without being harrassed by the bizzies. C*nts, the lot of them.
 
#19
The officer didn't even swear at him, it seems he made a comment as he was walking away possibly to himself or to a mate, how many of us wouldnt honestly shake our heads and brand this goon a "wanker" or similar as we walked away from the cell following an afternoon of his nonsense.
 
#20
I'm shocked that Geordies have finally heard about pasta.

Though next time he might decide to eat it.
 

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