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The Shutters

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Re: The Shutters

Post by aquila on 25.03.17 13:48

I've been on this forum for a few years and I've probably forgotten more things than I care to admit.

I had this type of shutter on my house in Greece and had to break in when I'd misplaced my key. These shutters make a lot of noise when you prise them open from the outside and they only partially open because you force them into the housing unit which is on the inside of the house and it jams because of the simplistic mechanism.

Given the tiny window in the childrens' bedroom, of which only one side could be opened,  the space for an abductor to slip in and pass out their prey becomes even more ridiculous.

ETA: also remember that once a shutter has been partially rammed open from the outside the internal window needs to have either been left open or has to be tackled from the outside of the building.

Editing to add once more: When you force these shutters open they don't stay open. They need to be propped open because the interior cord mechanism becomes slack and they automatically drop.
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Re: The Shutters

Post by Nina on 25.03.17 17:45

@aquila wrote:I've been on this forum for a few years and I've probably forgotten more things than I care to admit.

I had this type of shutter on my house in Greece and had to break in when I'd misplaced my key. These shutters make a lot of noise when you prise them open from the outside and they only partially open because you force them into the housing unit which is on the inside of the house and it jams because of the simplistic mechanism.

Given the tiny window in the childrens' bedroom, of which only one side could be opened,  the space for an abductor to slip in and pass out their prey becomes even more ridiculous.

ETA: also remember that once a shutter has been partially rammed open from the outside the internal window needs to have either been left open or has to be tackled from the outside of the building.

Editing to add once more: When you force these shutters open they don't stay open. They need to be propped open because the interior cord mechanism becomes slack and they automatically drop.
Hi aquila  clapping You know that, and I know that and many expats will know that but Kate didn't when she was telling her lies.

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Re: The Shutters

Post by viday on 20.05.17 9:21

@Get'emGonçalo wrote:
@JohnyT wrote:Why hasn't some investigating body asked......"....look the shutters, were they jemmied or not!".............
        Surely this is VERY basic policing?!
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Here's an investigating body doing some very basic policing winkwink


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