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Doug Olenick Apr 10
Replying to @MPSRegentsPark
Seriously? I guess electricians and school teachers were disarmed left and right during the sweep.
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mark gab.ai Apr 10
Replying to @MPSRegentsPark
So you basicly confiscated a handymans tools.
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Countenance Blog Apr 10
Replying to @MPSRegentsPark
And now we know why we call you Cuck Island and Ukistan
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Genghis Kanye West Apr 10
Replying to @MPSRegentsPark
Tools
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Warner Todd Huston Apr 10
Replying to @MPSRegentsPark
You guys really have become a Monty Python sketch turned into reality, haven't you?
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Dusty Apr 10
Replying to @MPSRegentsPark
... proving that stupidity among the ruling class & their orcs in day-glow clothing is viral?
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Owen Richards Apr 10
Not it will not count as murder.
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FemMilVet Apr 10
Still murder. A non-criminal homicide ruling, usually committed in self-defense or in defenseof another, exists under United States law. A homicide may be considered justified if it is done to prevent a very serious crime, such as rape, armed robbery, manslaughter or murder.
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FemMilVet Apr 10
The intent to kill. The pensioner intended to kill his attacker in self-defense. Justifiable homicide.
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Owen Richards Apr 10
Yes. And it will not be recorded on our crime statistics as a "murder", because it wasn't one.
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Dusty Apr 10
That's WONDERFUL! What percentage of your population is black or "hispanic"?(🐜🎵🐜🎵 crickets) I can tell you. Under 2%, last I read. And guess who is committing most of our murders (% or so) &
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Owen Richards Apr 10
Homicide is not the same as murder. You are contradicting yourself.
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Owen Richards Apr 10
Also, there is no evidence he intended to kill. If there was, I expect the police would have kept him in longer and charged him. His intent was self defence.
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FemMilVet Apr 10
Okay, I'll grant you that.
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FemMilVet Apr 10
The overall question is, why arrest him in the first place? His home, clearly beaten, and protecting himself.
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FemMilVet Apr 10
In the U.S., he would have been questioned for details and send home. Yet, in England, he's victimized a second time.
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FemMilVet Apr 10
Granted there are very few prosecutions in England and Wales, but why arrest before questioning Investigating. That not only publicizes the victim's name, it goes on the books as an arrest. Isn't that permanent, and can reflect negativity on the victim?
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Dusty Apr 10
Per Economist John Lott, your country LIES out it's backside about the murder rate. If a person in lying in the street with up his throat cut & 14 bullet holes, it isn't a "murder" unless a perpetrator is both caught & convicted. Then there's this...
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