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Discussion in 'Queens Park Rangers' started by ELLERS, Nov 29, 2019.
Agree. They have a shoot to kill policy.
has Corbyn said the police officer acted too hastily yet
What is the bloke with the knife doing? I can't understand why he would be running with a knife in his hand.
Hopefully, it was just the terrorist that was killed.
Two killed and three seriously injured in knife attack prior to the bridge incident. Big kudos to the civilians who wrestled the terrorist scum to the deck and disarmed him prior to the polis arriving, especially as they had no way of knowing that his suicide vest was a hoax.
It appears that all three of the policemen put a bullet in his head. Well done, fellows!
The bloke they pulled off of him just before deserves a medal.
Incident in The Hague 3 stabbed.
The terrorist was out of jail on an electronic tag, another f*cking bleeding heart judicial balls-up...
Apparently he was a guest at a convention on prisoner rehabilitation at Fishmonger's Hall where the attack began.
You couldn't make it up
How do you rehabilitate a terrorist? This, if it were needed, only underlines how repatriating Jihadis would be an open invitation to more of this. Corbyn demanding we bring them home should be replayed to every idiot considering voting for Labour...
The hunter became the hunted...
Heroic. Can civilians get medals for acts of bravery?
The Queen's Gallantry Medal and I'm sure these will be in the running for it...
Yes, right up to the George Cross (Victoria Cross can only be awarded to Military in battle).
It's emerged that one of those that stepped in to tackle the terrorist is a convicted murderer who was attending the same rehabilitation event at Fishmongers Hall...
QGM is awarded "not in the face of the enemy", whilst the George Cross is awarded for "acts of the greatest heroism or of the most conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme danger' - take your pick, they deserve both medals iMO
It would seem the only qualification for release was the passage of time.
Hard to see how they're going to pin this on Labour, but no doubt they'll find an angle.
It’s not “on Labour”; it’s on the ****ty left-liberal, softy, the perps a victim mindset that’s permeated everywhere, including the Tory Party.