Discussion in 'General Board' started by domainseller200, Aug 5, 2010.
ermmm. he didn't stop for the police and got into a 17 min chase... if he ran over a child I am sure the police would get the blame.. fair response from the police, if he pulled over none of this would have happened :/
wow.... you think they realised once they opened the door that they fucked up?? They look like they eased off when they took him out the car....
Range Rover, dodgy plate, dodgy window tints, not stopping for 17 miles.
Deserves everything he got.
Yes just as much women who walk down lonely lanes on their own, deserve to get raped too
but they arn't doing anything wrong, this old man has failed at obiding by the law multiple times and I don't think* that the police wanted to rape him
A bit OTT from the boys in blue but heck the guy could have hit someone and lets face it if you drive away from the police when they are giving you a ticket what do you expect ....a pat on the back
What are you talking about? He broke the law, tried to evade capture and possibly clipped a policeman on his escape.
So are you saying he deserved to be treated like that then ? my comment was directed at Lee saying "he got what he deserved"
He failed at obiding the law twice - once by not wearing his seat belt (which I am sure we are all guilty of at least once) and secondly by having his number plate spaced incorrectly - hardly a reason for 2 policemen to batter his car and scare the life out of him
They would have had his full details and already have ran a PNC check whilst he was pulled over for the seatbelt offence, so they would have known if he had previous offences etc.
What else did he do ? if he genuinely did think they were escorting him home, what else did he do wrong ?
1. They knew he was no threat as they had already stopped him and KNEW he was an OAP
2. He wasn't driving erratically or over the speed limit once, which they are even saying on the recording, that he is no threat
3. They didn't even try the door to see if it was unlocked - he just went straight for the attack of smashing the window, shattering glass all over his face
4. Why did the second policeman need to jump on the bonnet and kick his windscreen ?
5. If they have acted totally correctly, why have the 2 police officers been suspended since this video has been seen ?
What I also find strange, is the police DIDN'T give him a fixed penalty notice for his number plate, at the same time as pulling him over for not wearing a seatbelt. Seems to me, that they have added this offence at the end, to try and get as much justification as possible to commit the cowardly act that they did !
If the number plate was THAT much of a problem, they would have also issued a ticket at the same time - this is DEFINATLY an afterthough IMO
See my post below yours Lee
Yes he broke the law, no denying that, but he didn't deserve to be treated the way he did in the video - where is the video evidence of him "clipping" a policeman ? The police camera's are running constantly when they pull someone over, yet there is no footage of this at all.
It just strikes me as odd, that a 70 year old man can be treated like this, and people think this is OK, and then you get 18 year old thugs setting fire to peoples houses, almost killing families and getting off with 2 years jail sentences, suspended for 12 months if they are a good boy !
FFS what a country !
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