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Post by nglfi on 11.08.14 18:25


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Re: Now the cynic in me would say......

Post by tiny on 11.08.14 19:22


Oh yes,wouldnt surprise me in the least
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Re: Now the cynic in me would say......

Post by plebgate on 12.08.14 5:43

Wouldn't surprise me either.   Was watching a police drama a few months back (forget which one) and the same thing (or similar) happened in the show.

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Re: Now the cynic in me would say......

Post by Snifferdog on 12.08.14 10:25

Yep, when its too good to be true, it is too good to be true. A face saving set up.
Good good ol' Bernard Hogan Howe!

Notice the article says that he helped a Muslim taxi driver...Ask yourself why the msm mentions that the driver was Muslim?

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Post by nglfi on 12.08.14 10:52

@Snifferdog wrote:Yep, when its too good to be true, it is too good to be true. A face saving set up.
Good good ol' Bernard Hogan Howe!

Notice the article says that he helped a Muslim taxi driver...Ask yourself why the msm mentions that the driver was Muslim?
Exactly!  Far too convenient.

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Re: Now the cynic in me would say......

Post by Naz_Nomad on 12.08.14 16:43

I'm now at the stage of ingrained cynicism where I assume most news items are staged for the camera.

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Re: Now the cynic in me would say......

Post by stumo on 12.08.14 19:51

I wonder how long it's been since he performed any actual front line policing?
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