Brighton road chase ends with stolen car crashing into Sussex Police vehicle

The Sussex Police car in Eastern Road at the junction of Chichester Place, Brighton. Picture: Liz Finlayson

Another picture taken by Adam Walker

William Garman took this photo soon after the crash happened

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A road chase ended with a stolen car colliding with a police car in Brighton this morning.

Police say a stolen Nissan Micra was doing "doughnut turns" in Whitehawk Road, Brighton, at 3.40am before they followed it through Whitehawk.

It failed to stop at the give way junction of Chichester Place and Eastern Road, colliding with a police car heading west in Eastern Road.

The three occupants of the car, two 16-year-old boys and a 17-year-old boy were taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton.

The 17-year-old and one of the 16-year-olds suffered minor injuries and have been released from hospital. The other 16-year-old has more serious injuries is currently still in hospital.

All three have been arrested on suspicion of stealing a motor car.
 
The police officer driving the vehicle was also taken to the Royal Sussex County Hospital with minor injuries and has now been released.
 
Eastern Road was closed for investigations for more than six hours but has now been re-opened.

Adam Walker, 47, of Chichester Place, was woken up by the sound of the accident. He took these pictures at the time.

He said: "We heard a loud screech of tyres and then the impact.

"We looked out the window and saw a cloud of smoke.

"There were about a dozen police cars and an ambulance, which arrived almost instantly afterwards.

"It was a weird experience. This road is normally very quiet."

A fire crew from Preston Circus was called but not needed.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission said it was not investigating the incident at this stage.

A spokeswoman said the commission is continuing to carry out an assessment to determine the level, if any, of IPCC involvement.

Sergeant Neil Walker said: "We are appealing for witnesses who may have seen the collision between the Nissan Micra and the police car. Anyone who has any information is asked to call police."
 
Ring 101 or email collision.appeal@sussex.pnn.police.uk quoting serial 0166 of 31/07.

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11:03am Thu 31 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot
ecting their own, again?
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again? stevo!!
  • Score: -216

11:40am Thu 31 Jul 14

concernedofBrighton says...

Why does it take the police six hours to re-open a major road after a minor accident? Maybe understandable after a fatal collision, but not in this particular case.
Why does it take the police six hours to re-open a major road after a minor accident? Maybe understandable after a fatal collision, but not in this particular case. concernedofBrighton
  • Score: -141

11:49am Thu 31 Jul 14

brighton bluenose says...

It really does take some doing to crash into another car at 4.00am on such a quiet road like that!! Was someone p!ssed - I think we should be told?!
It really does take some doing to crash into another car at 4.00am on such a quiet road like that!! Was someone p!ssed - I think we should be told?! brighton bluenose
  • Score: 76

12:39pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Joshiman says...

Smack on wrist.Dont do it again you naughty boys!
If I was in charge it would be 2 years min Borstal.
Smack on wrist.Dont do it again you naughty boys! If I was in charge it would be 2 years min Borstal. Joshiman
  • Score: 97

1:07pm Thu 31 Jul 14

FatherTed11 says...

doughnut turns in a Nissan Micra?? Are you sure Argus?
doughnut turns in a Nissan Micra?? Are you sure Argus? FatherTed11
  • Score: 61

1:44pm Thu 31 Jul 14

concernedofBrighton says...

stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot

ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated. concernedofBrighton
  • Score: -150

1:57pm Thu 31 Jul 14

spa301 says...

concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot


ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
[quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police. spa301
  • Score: -106

2:02pm Thu 31 Jul 14

RottingdeanRant says...

I hope the police involved are no injured - I could not care less about the thieving idiots.
I hope the police involved are no injured - I could not care less about the thieving idiots. RottingdeanRant
  • Score: 121

2:09pm Thu 31 Jul 14

concernedofBrighton says...

spa301 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot



ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation?

In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours.

As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' .

Over to the markdown kids ;-)
[quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.[/p][/quote]Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation? In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours. As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' . Over to the markdown kids ;-) concernedofBrighton
  • Score: -105

2:28pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Abby1995 says...

those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out Abby1995
  • Score: -75

3:34pm Thu 31 Jul 14

spa301 says...

concernedofBrighton wrote:
spa301 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot




ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation?

In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours.

As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' .

Over to the markdown kids ;-)
You and stevo have made it into triple negative figures!! Very rare for that many votes on any subject!!
Feeling left out. Hey Police techie nerd score me down more please.
[quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.[/p][/quote]Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation? In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours. As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' . Over to the markdown kids ;-)[/p][/quote]You and stevo have made it into triple negative figures!! Very rare for that many votes on any subject!! Feeling left out. Hey Police techie nerd score me down more please. spa301
  • Score: 9

3:35pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Watchdog50 says...

concernedofBrighton wrote:
spa301 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot




ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation?

In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours.

As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' .

Over to the markdown kids ;-)
What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out?
[quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.[/p][/quote]Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation? In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours. As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' . Over to the markdown kids ;-)[/p][/quote]What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out? Watchdog50
  • Score: 68

3:37pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Watchdog50 says...

concernedofBrighton wrote:
spa301 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot




ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation?

In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours.

As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' .

Over to the markdown kids ;-)
What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out?
[quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.[/p][/quote]Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation? In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours. As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' . Over to the markdown kids ;-)[/p][/quote]What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out? Watchdog50
  • Score: 36

3:54pm Thu 31 Jul 14

theargusissoinformative says...

concernedofBrighton wrote:
spa301 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot




ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation?

In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours.

As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' .

Over to the markdown kids ;-)
You're right. It is a bit weird, to the point of blatancy. PLEASE MARK ME DOWN AS WELL
[quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.[/p][/quote]Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation? In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours. As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' . Over to the markdown kids ;-)[/p][/quote]You're right. It is a bit weird, to the point of blatancy. PLEASE MARK ME DOWN AS WELL theargusissoinformative
  • Score: 1

3:57pm Thu 31 Jul 14

theargusissoinformative says...

Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA). theargusissoinformative
  • Score: -14

3:59pm Thu 31 Jul 14

concernedofBrighton says...

Watchdog50 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
spa301 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot





ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation?

In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours.

As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' .

Over to the markdown kids ;-)
What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out?
No. I read that. Eastern Road very quiet? Maybe quieter at 3.40 am, yes but from 6:30-9:30am? Very busy!

I'm not anti police but am anti unnecessary disruption to the general public for minimal reasons.

Which from the reporting appears to be the case. No one else has posted anything to the contrary. :)
[quote][p][bold]Watchdog50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.[/p][/quote]Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation? In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours. As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' . Over to the markdown kids ;-)[/p][/quote]What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out?[/p][/quote]No. I read that. Eastern Road very quiet? Maybe quieter at 3.40 am, yes but from 6:30-9:30am? Very busy! I'm not anti police but am anti unnecessary disruption to the general public for minimal reasons. Which from the reporting appears to be the case. No one else has posted anything to the contrary. :) concernedofBrighton
  • Score: -31

4:04pm Thu 31 Jul 14

firemanste says...

brighton bluenose wrote:
It really does take some doing to crash into another car at 4.00am on such a quiet road like that!! Was someone p!ssed - I think we should be told?!
i think we get a clue when it says stolen car
[quote][p][bold]brighton bluenose[/bold] wrote: It really does take some doing to crash into another car at 4.00am on such a quiet road like that!! Was someone p!ssed - I think we should be told?![/p][/quote]i think we get a clue when it says stolen car firemanste
  • Score: 49

4:11pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Abby1995 says...

theargusissoinformat
ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).
well were not in US are we?
you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright
[quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).[/p][/quote]well were not in US are we? you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright Abby1995
  • Score: 5

4:13pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Abby1995 says...

I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.
I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child. Abby1995
  • Score: -44

4:37pm Thu 31 Jul 14

spa301 says...

Abby1995 wrote:
I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.
Participating in stealing a car and joy riding is a considerable step above naughty I would suggest. Seeing as 16 year olds can join the army with parental consent would also put paid to the idea the injured person is only a child.
I hope the boy fully recovers and will now hopefully learn about the potential consequences of his actions.
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.[/p][/quote]Participating in stealing a car and joy riding is a considerable step above naughty I would suggest. Seeing as 16 year olds can join the army with parental consent would also put paid to the idea the injured person is only a child. I hope the boy fully recovers and will now hopefully learn about the potential consequences of his actions. spa301
  • Score: 25

4:39pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Ambo Guy says...

All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all.
Delusions of grandeur methinks!
All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all. Delusions of grandeur methinks! Ambo Guy
  • Score: 96

4:47pm Thu 31 Jul 14

concernedofBrighton says...

Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat

ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).
well were not in US are we?
you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright
Hello Officer!

Us taxpayers pay for a social media section within Sussex Police. Why has no explanation regarding a six hour shutdown inconveniencing thousands of road users been forthcoming?
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).[/p][/quote]well were not in US are we? you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright[/p][/quote]Hello Officer! Us taxpayers pay for a social media section within Sussex Police. Why has no explanation regarding a six hour shutdown inconveniencing thousands of road users been forthcoming? concernedofBrighton
  • Score: -37

4:52pm Thu 31 Jul 14

concernedofBrighton says...

Ambo Guy wrote:
All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all.
Delusions of grandeur methinks!
OK Officer.

I'm not all that important in the grand scheme of things. I have never claimed to be either.

Just a taxpayer asking for an explanation. That's all.
[quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all. Delusions of grandeur methinks![/p][/quote]OK Officer. I'm not all that important in the grand scheme of things. I have never claimed to be either. Just a taxpayer asking for an explanation. That's all. concernedofBrighton
  • Score: -59

4:54pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Ambo Guy says...

concernedofBrighton wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat


ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).
well were not in US are we?
you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright
Hello Officer!

Us taxpayers pay for a social media section within Sussex Police. Why has no explanation regarding a six hour shutdown inconveniencing thousands of road users been forthcoming?
Yes you're right it's a huge scandal that could bring down the whole Police service....no...the whole UK Government.

Wow I thought the Birmingham Six was a huge scandal but the Eastern Road 6 hour closure 2014 could literally topple the government and being a complete overhaul of modern day policing methods.

Don't worry I'll be speaking to my MP about this as heads must roll over this.
[quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).[/p][/quote]well were not in US are we? you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright[/p][/quote]Hello Officer! Us taxpayers pay for a social media section within Sussex Police. Why has no explanation regarding a six hour shutdown inconveniencing thousands of road users been forthcoming?[/p][/quote]Yes you're right it's a huge scandal that could bring down the whole Police service....no...the whole UK Government. Wow I thought the Birmingham Six was a huge scandal but the Eastern Road 6 hour closure 2014 could literally topple the government and being a complete overhaul of modern day policing methods. Don't worry I'll be speaking to my MP about this as heads must roll over this. Ambo Guy
  • Score: 169

5:06pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Abby1995 says...

spa301 wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.
Participating in stealing a car and joy riding is a considerable step above naughty I would suggest. Seeing as 16 year olds can join the army with parental consent would also put paid to the idea the injured person is only a child.
I hope the boy fully recovers and will now hopefully learn about the potential consequences of his actions.
I agree with you, one of them is my brother hes an idiot we told him time and time again to stay away from these boys and look where it landed him
[quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.[/p][/quote]Participating in stealing a car and joy riding is a considerable step above naughty I would suggest. Seeing as 16 year olds can join the army with parental consent would also put paid to the idea the injured person is only a child. I hope the boy fully recovers and will now hopefully learn about the potential consequences of his actions.[/p][/quote]I agree with you, one of them is my brother hes an idiot we told him time and time again to stay away from these boys and look where it landed him Abby1995
  • Score: 43

5:08pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Watchdog50 says...

concernedofBrighton wrote:
Watchdog50 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
spa301 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot






ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation?

In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours.

As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' .

Over to the markdown kids ;-)
What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out?
No. I read that. Eastern Road very quiet? Maybe quieter at 3.40 am, yes but from 6:30-9:30am? Very busy!

I'm not anti police but am anti unnecessary disruption to the general public for minimal reasons.

Which from the reporting appears to be the case. No one else has posted anything to the contrary. :)
Fair enough. I'll bow to your knowledge of the road in question. I don't know it at all and took the comment by the witness at face value.

What I do know about are police investigations and specifically those surrounding police officers themselves. If there's any hint that there will be a complaint, an inquiry or a referral to the IPCC,the police will cover absolutely everything. How bad would it look if there were an inquiry six months down the line and the police answered repeated questions with,"sorry we can't answer that"? You can guarantee that the next question would be, "why not!" and "well, we wanted to re-open the road so as not to inconvenience the public" wouldn't be accepted as an excuse.

IPCC and public inquires last months and examine absolutely everything in great detail so the police can't leave ANTHING to chance.

It's extremely frustrating that some of those who criticize the police for keeping the road closed for such a long time would be the very same people who'd cry "COVER UP!" if the police rushed the investigation and didn't have the answers at any subsequent inquiry. Those types may deny it but most people on here know it's true and would actually be able to name some of 'those types'.

I'm not suggesting that 'concernedofbrighton is such a person. In fact, his / her very reasoned response to my last post would suggest otherwise. Respect.
[quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Watchdog50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.[/p][/quote]Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation? In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours. As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' . Over to the markdown kids ;-)[/p][/quote]What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out?[/p][/quote]No. I read that. Eastern Road very quiet? Maybe quieter at 3.40 am, yes but from 6:30-9:30am? Very busy! I'm not anti police but am anti unnecessary disruption to the general public for minimal reasons. Which from the reporting appears to be the case. No one else has posted anything to the contrary. :)[/p][/quote]Fair enough. I'll bow to your knowledge of the road in question. I don't know it at all and took the comment by the witness at face value. What I do know about are police investigations and specifically those surrounding police officers themselves. If there's any hint that there will be a complaint, an inquiry or a referral to the IPCC,the police will cover absolutely everything. How bad would it look if there were an inquiry six months down the line and the police answered repeated questions with,"sorry we can't answer that"? You can guarantee that the next question would be, "why not!" and "well, we wanted to re-open the road so as not to inconvenience the public" wouldn't be accepted as an excuse. IPCC and public inquires last months and examine absolutely everything in great detail so the police can't leave ANTHING to chance. It's extremely frustrating that some of those who criticize the police for keeping the road closed for such a long time would be the very same people who'd cry "COVER UP!" if the police rushed the investigation and didn't have the answers at any subsequent inquiry. Those types may deny it but most people on here know it's true and would actually be able to name some of 'those types'. I'm not suggesting that 'concernedofbrighton is such a person. In fact, his / her very reasoned response to my last post would suggest otherwise. Respect. Watchdog50
  • Score: 28

5:12pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Watchdog50 says...

concernedofBrighton wrote:
Watchdog50 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
spa301 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot






ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation?

In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours.

As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' .

Over to the markdown kids ;-)
What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out?
No. I read that. Eastern Road very quiet? Maybe quieter at 3.40 am, yes but from 6:30-9:30am? Very busy!

I'm not anti police but am anti unnecessary disruption to the general public for minimal reasons.

Which from the reporting appears to be the case. No one else has posted anything to the contrary. :)
Fair enough. I'll bow to your knowledge of the road in question. I don't know it at all and took the comment by the witness at face value.

What I do know about are police investigations and specifically those surrounding police officers themselves. If there's any hint that there will be a complaint, an inquiry or a referral to the IPCC,the police will cover absolutely everything. How bad would it look if there were an inquiry six months down the line and the police answered repeated questions with,"sorry we can't answer that"? You can guarantee that the next question would be, "why not!" and "well, we wanted to re-open the road so as not to inconvenience the public" wouldn't be accepted as an excuse.

IPCC and public inquires last months and examine absolutely everything in great detail so the police can't leave ANTHING to chance.

It's extremely frustrating that some of those who criticize the police for keeping the road closed for such a long time would be the very same people who'd cry "COVER UP!" if the police rushed the investigation and didn't have the answers at any subsequent inquiry. Those types may deny it but most people on here know it's true and would actually be able to name some of 'those types'.
[quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Watchdog50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.[/p][/quote]Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation? In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours. As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' . Over to the markdown kids ;-)[/p][/quote]What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out?[/p][/quote]No. I read that. Eastern Road very quiet? Maybe quieter at 3.40 am, yes but from 6:30-9:30am? Very busy! I'm not anti police but am anti unnecessary disruption to the general public for minimal reasons. Which from the reporting appears to be the case. No one else has posted anything to the contrary. :)[/p][/quote]Fair enough. I'll bow to your knowledge of the road in question. I don't know it at all and took the comment by the witness at face value. What I do know about are police investigations and specifically those surrounding police officers themselves. If there's any hint that there will be a complaint, an inquiry or a referral to the IPCC,the police will cover absolutely everything. How bad would it look if there were an inquiry six months down the line and the police answered repeated questions with,"sorry we can't answer that"? You can guarantee that the next question would be, "why not!" and "well, we wanted to re-open the road so as not to inconvenience the public" wouldn't be accepted as an excuse. IPCC and public inquires last months and examine absolutely everything in great detail so the police can't leave ANTHING to chance. It's extremely frustrating that some of those who criticize the police for keeping the road closed for such a long time would be the very same people who'd cry "COVER UP!" if the police rushed the investigation and didn't have the answers at any subsequent inquiry. Those types may deny it but most people on here know it's true and would actually be able to name some of 'those types'. Watchdog50
  • Score: 2

5:13pm Thu 31 Jul 14

greenguage44 says...

theargusissoinformat
ive
wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
spa301 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot





ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation?

In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours.

As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' .

Over to the markdown kids ;-)
You're right. It is a bit weird, to the point of blatancy. PLEASE MARK ME DOWN AS WELL
I very rarely comment on here but some of the up down votes do seem bizarre!
How come concernedofBrighton gets -78 and when theargusissoinformat
ive agrees with them they get +4?????
It just doesn't add up. The voting on this article is way above the average, even more than racist marches etc...
[quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.[/p][/quote]Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation? In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours. As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' . Over to the markdown kids ;-)[/p][/quote]You're right. It is a bit weird, to the point of blatancy. PLEASE MARK ME DOWN AS WELL[/p][/quote]I very rarely comment on here but some of the up down votes do seem bizarre! How come concernedofBrighton gets -78 and when theargusissoinformat ive agrees with them they get +4????? It just doesn't add up. The voting on this article is way above the average, even more than racist marches etc... greenguage44
  • Score: 10

5:35pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Ambo Guy says...

Must be part of the Police IT department 'Thumbs Down' conspiracy that's been alleged by the Cowley Club members in here!
Must be part of the Police IT department 'Thumbs Down' conspiracy that's been alleged by the Cowley Club members in here! Ambo Guy
  • Score: 90

6:19pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Harrybarnard says...

Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents. Harrybarnard
  • Score: 30

6:25pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Watchdog50 says...

Ambo Guy wrote:
Must be part of the Police IT department 'Thumbs Down' conspiracy that's been alleged by the Cowley Club members in here!
Didn't you know? Police numbers haven't been cut at all. In fact, there are more police officers now than there have been at any time in history and the whole 'budget cuts' thing is a smoke screen. Every force up and down the country now has an 'Argus Thumbs Down' (ATD) dept to which literally thousands of officers have been transferred with instructions to just sit in front of the Argus website and vote down sensible and reasoned posts by informed and intelligent commentators such as stevo!! Despite having the most officers, they remain the busiest departments in the police service.......Appare
ntly.
[quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: Must be part of the Police IT department 'Thumbs Down' conspiracy that's been alleged by the Cowley Club members in here![/p][/quote]Didn't you know? Police numbers haven't been cut at all. In fact, there are more police officers now than there have been at any time in history and the whole 'budget cuts' thing is a smoke screen. Every force up and down the country now has an 'Argus Thumbs Down' (ATD) dept to which literally thousands of officers have been transferred with instructions to just sit in front of the Argus website and vote down sensible and reasoned posts by informed and intelligent commentators such as stevo!! Despite having the most officers, they remain the busiest departments in the police service.......Appare ntly. Watchdog50
  • Score: 17

6:36pm Thu 31 Jul 14

brighton bluenose says...

firemanste wrote:
brighton bluenose wrote:
It really does take some doing to crash into another car at 4.00am on such a quiet road like that!! Was someone p!ssed - I think we should be told?!
i think we get a clue when it says stolen car
Didn't say that in the earlier story son!
[quote][p][bold]firemanste[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]brighton bluenose[/bold] wrote: It really does take some doing to crash into another car at 4.00am on such a quiet road like that!! Was someone p!ssed - I think we should be told?![/p][/quote]i think we get a clue when it says stolen car[/p][/quote]Didn't say that in the earlier story son! brighton bluenose
  • Score: -13

6:37pm Thu 31 Jul 14

just-a-person says...

Abby1995 wrote:
spa301 wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.
Participating in stealing a car and joy riding is a considerable step above naughty I would suggest. Seeing as 16 year olds can join the army with parental consent would also put paid to the idea the injured person is only a child.
I hope the boy fully recovers and will now hopefully learn about the potential consequences of his actions.
I agree with you, one of them is my brother hes an idiot we told him time and time again to stay away from these boys and look where it landed him
Firstly I hope all involved make a full recovery. We have all done things without thinking of the consequences as teenagers I'm sure but this goes beyond that. By this age they should no right from wrong, will the parents foot the bill for the costs to the taxpayer for their stupidity ? What about the person who's car was stolen ? Someone has probably worked dammed hard to buy that car and keep it running so what right has anyone got to come along and take what does not belong to them. Who will replace that ? Probably lost wages too spending the day dealing with it all. It's disgusting.
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.[/p][/quote]Participating in stealing a car and joy riding is a considerable step above naughty I would suggest. Seeing as 16 year olds can join the army with parental consent would also put paid to the idea the injured person is only a child. I hope the boy fully recovers and will now hopefully learn about the potential consequences of his actions.[/p][/quote]I agree with you, one of them is my brother hes an idiot we told him time and time again to stay away from these boys and look where it landed him[/p][/quote]Firstly I hope all involved make a full recovery. We have all done things without thinking of the consequences as teenagers I'm sure but this goes beyond that. By this age they should no right from wrong, will the parents foot the bill for the costs to the taxpayer for their stupidity ? What about the person who's car was stolen ? Someone has probably worked dammed hard to buy that car and keep it running so what right has anyone got to come along and take what does not belong to them. Who will replace that ? Probably lost wages too spending the day dealing with it all. It's disgusting. just-a-person
  • Score: 34

6:49pm Thu 31 Jul 14

tez1959 says...

shame they didnt end up looking like doughnuts lets make them better so that they can do it again and cause more havoc in and around the streeets
little scumbags name and shame em feel more sorry for the person whose car they stole they should be made to buy another car for them..............
shame they didnt end up looking like doughnuts lets make them better so that they can do it again and cause more havoc in and around the streeets little scumbags name and shame em feel more sorry for the person whose car they stole they should be made to buy another car for them.............. tez1959
  • Score: 19

6:59pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Withdean-er says...

Watchdog50 wrote:
Ambo Guy wrote:
Must be part of the Police IT department 'Thumbs Down' conspiracy that's been alleged by the Cowley Club members in here!
Didn't you know? Police numbers haven't been cut at all. In fact, there are more police officers now than there have been at any time in history and the whole 'budget cuts' thing is a smoke screen. Every force up and down the country now has an 'Argus Thumbs Down' (ATD) dept to which literally thousands of officers have been transferred with instructions to just sit in front of the Argus website and vote down sensible and reasoned posts by informed and intelligent commentators such as stevo!! Despite having the most officers, they remain the busiest departments in the police service.......Appare

ntly.
Another angry copper. Why? Early retirement and an extremely lucrative final salary pension await, or have you taken that juicy retirement already? You should be very very relaxed and happy.
[quote][p][bold]Watchdog50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: Must be part of the Police IT department 'Thumbs Down' conspiracy that's been alleged by the Cowley Club members in here![/p][/quote]Didn't you know? Police numbers haven't been cut at all. In fact, there are more police officers now than there have been at any time in history and the whole 'budget cuts' thing is a smoke screen. Every force up and down the country now has an 'Argus Thumbs Down' (ATD) dept to which literally thousands of officers have been transferred with instructions to just sit in front of the Argus website and vote down sensible and reasoned posts by informed and intelligent commentators such as stevo!! Despite having the most officers, they remain the busiest departments in the police service.......Appare ntly.[/p][/quote]Another angry copper. Why? Early retirement and an extremely lucrative final salary pension await, or have you taken that juicy retirement already? You should be very very relaxed and happy. Withdean-er
  • Score: -41

7:06pm Thu 31 Jul 14

JHunty says...

Ambo Guy wrote:
Must be part of the Police IT department 'Thumbs Down' conspiracy that's been alleged by the Cowley Club members in here!
Yeah it's not like the story could have been linked to from one of the many social media networks is it? No chance that people are just following a link from somewhere else to this story it must be a shadowy conspiracy against some obscure members of an even more obscure newspaper forum. I got -33 votes for revealing that the Eastbourne pier fire was caused by Israel bombing it, claiming Hamas had been using it as rocket launch site. You don't hear me claiming that there are groups of pro Israelis with nothing better to do than to monitor newspaper comments sections for anything they consider to portray Israel in a bad light, oh hang on a minute............. what's CIF watch again?
[quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: Must be part of the Police IT department 'Thumbs Down' conspiracy that's been alleged by the Cowley Club members in here![/p][/quote]Yeah it's not like the story could have been linked to from one of the many social media networks is it? No chance that people are just following a link from somewhere else to this story it must be a shadowy conspiracy against some obscure members of an even more obscure newspaper forum. I got -33 votes for revealing that the Eastbourne pier fire was caused by Israel bombing it, claiming Hamas had been using it as rocket launch site. You don't hear me claiming that there are groups of pro Israelis with nothing better to do than to monitor newspaper comments sections for anything they consider to portray Israel in a bad light, oh hang on a minute............. what's CIF watch again? JHunty
  • Score: 17

7:21pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Abby1995 says...

Harrybarnard wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.
You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done
[quote][p][bold]Harrybarnard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.[/p][/quote]You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done Abby1995
  • Score: -12

7:24pm Thu 31 Jul 14

stevensavage says...

Abby1995 wrote:
I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.
play with fire and you get burned is what my parents would of said
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.[/p][/quote]play with fire and you get burned is what my parents would of said stevensavage
  • Score: 13

7:32pm Thu 31 Jul 14

just-a-person says...

Abby1995 wrote:
Harrybarnard wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.
You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done
Whose to blame then ?
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harrybarnard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.[/p][/quote]You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done[/p][/quote]Whose to blame then ? just-a-person
  • Score: 10

8:03pm Thu 31 Jul 14

MasonStorm says...

Stupid kids. Pathetic parents. Typical Whitehawk.
Stupid kids. Pathetic parents. Typical Whitehawk. MasonStorm
  • Score: 17

8:04pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Abby1995 says...

just-a-person wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
Harrybarnard wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.
You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done
Whose to blame then ?
they have themselves to blame like they said hes old enough to know right from wrong and join the army and whatever
[quote][p][bold]just-a-person[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harrybarnard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.[/p][/quote]You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done[/p][/quote]Whose to blame then ?[/p][/quote]they have themselves to blame like they said hes old enough to know right from wrong and join the army and whatever Abby1995
  • Score: 7

8:19pm Thu 31 Jul 14

76robmac says...

Abby says that they are only kids 16 and 17 old enough to know better,sorry but it their own fault if they were hurt
Abby says that they are only kids 16 and 17 old enough to know better,sorry but it their own fault if they were hurt 76robmac
  • Score: 20

8:34pm Thu 31 Jul 14

vogon1 says...

Abby1995 wrote:
I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.
We are all someones child. They are criminals and should be treated as such. Please feel free to educate me on why i should sympathise with the injured morons
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.[/p][/quote]We are all someones child. They are criminals and should be treated as such. Please feel free to educate me on why i should sympathise with the injured morons vogon1
  • Score: 16

8:34pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Abby1995 says...

76robmac wrote:
Abby says that they are only kids 16 and 17 old enough to know better,sorry but it their own fault if they were hurt
76robmac I didn't say it wasn't their fault if you read it properly I said they are children and don't deserve to be injured like that whatever they've done. How is okay that a young boy has been seriously injured??? Morons
[quote][p][bold]76robmac[/bold] wrote: Abby says that they are only kids 16 and 17 old enough to know better,sorry but it their own fault if they were hurt[/p][/quote]76robmac I didn't say it wasn't their fault if you read it properly I said they are children and don't deserve to be injured like that whatever they've done. How is okay that a young boy has been seriously injured??? Morons Abby1995
  • Score: -16

8:37pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Abby1995 says...

vogon1 wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.
We are all someones child. They are criminals and should be treated as such. Please feel free to educate me on why i should sympathise with the injured morons
no one asked you to did they moron
[quote][p][bold]vogon1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.[/p][/quote]We are all someones child. They are criminals and should be treated as such. Please feel free to educate me on why i should sympathise with the injured morons[/p][/quote]no one asked you to did they moron Abby1995
  • Score: -22

8:43pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Sir Prised says...

Abby1995 wrote:
Harrybarnard wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.
You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done
I think you're probably right, even if parents do try and instil some morals, peer pressure can be very influential. However, in cases liked this. I would still like to see the parents called to account, to explain why they believe their child has gone off the rails. It would make other parents know they were going to be held to account and make the child realise they are pubically humiliating their parents.
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harrybarnard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.[/p][/quote]You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done[/p][/quote]I think you're probably right, even if parents do try and instil some morals, peer pressure can be very influential. However, in cases liked this. I would still like to see the parents called to account, to explain why they believe their child has gone off the rails. It would make other parents know they were going to be held to account and make the child realise they are pubically humiliating their parents. Sir Prised
  • Score: 17

8:56pm Thu 31 Jul 14

stevensavage says...

just-a-person wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
Harrybarnard wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.
You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done
Whose to blame then ?
the greens are
[quote][p][bold]just-a-person[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harrybarnard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.[/p][/quote]You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done[/p][/quote]Whose to blame then ?[/p][/quote]the greens are stevensavage
  • Score: 18

9:05pm Thu 31 Jul 14

Zamora251 says...

Are you sure the police car didn't run into them, well it wouldn't be the police have driven into a vehicle to stop it!!
Are you sure the police car didn't run into them, well it wouldn't be the police have driven into a vehicle to stop it!! Zamora251
  • Score: -43

9:31pm Thu 31 Jul 14

concernedofBrighton says...

Watchdog50 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
Watchdog50 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
spa301 wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot







ecting their own, again?
Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.
Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting.
To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.
Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation?

In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours.

As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' .

Over to the markdown kids ;-)
What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out?
No. I read that. Eastern Road very quiet? Maybe quieter at 3.40 am, yes but from 6:30-9:30am? Very busy!

I'm not anti police but am anti unnecessary disruption to the general public for minimal reasons.

Which from the reporting appears to be the case. No one else has posted anything to the contrary. :)
Fair enough. I'll bow to your knowledge of the road in question. I don't know it at all and took the comment by the witness at face value.

What I do know about are police investigations and specifically those surrounding police officers themselves. If there's any hint that there will be a complaint, an inquiry or a referral to the IPCC,the police will cover absolutely everything. How bad would it look if there were an inquiry six months down the line and the police answered repeated questions with,"sorry we can't answer that"? You can guarantee that the next question would be, "why not!" and "well, we wanted to re-open the road so as not to inconvenience the public" wouldn't be accepted as an excuse.

IPCC and public inquires last months and examine absolutely everything in great detail so the police can't leave ANTHING to chance.

It's extremely frustrating that some of those who criticize the police for keeping the road closed for such a long time would be the very same people who'd cry "COVER UP!" if the police rushed the investigation and didn't have the answers at any subsequent inquiry. Those types may deny it but most people on here know it's true and would actually be able to name some of 'those types'.
Thank you for at least attempting to explain the procedure.
[quote][p][bold]Watchdog50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Watchdog50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]spa301[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: A dozen police cars for such a minor incident........prot ecting their own, again?[/p][/quote]Clearly. The rozzers are all over this thread. Judging by the number of markdowns you and I have accumulated.[/p][/quote]Yes totally agree. Quite bizarre. Very high 'down' voting with very little commenting. To shut the road for 6 hours is ridiculous but par for the course for the British police.[/p][/quote]Maybe one of them would like to actually type the reason for the six hour closedown? Educate us maybe? Or maybe there is no real explanation? In the US an incident like this would be investigated and re-opened in a max of two hours. As I said, if a fatality occurred then there would be an 'understandable reason' . Over to the markdown kids ;-)[/p][/quote]What would actually be the point of trying to explain? No explanation is going to satisfy some people which is something of an irony given that the main reason for such a long closure would be to enable the police to ensure that absolutely nothing was missed and that if there were any wrong-doing on the part of the officers involved, it would be discovered and investigated to the eighth degree.... Just to prevent criticism from the anti-police brigade. Anyway, what was the problem? The incident occurred at 3:40 am which means that the road would have been re-opened about 9:30 am. Even one of the local residents said that "the road is normally very quiet". Did you miss that or was it just inconvenient and against your agenda to point it out?[/p][/quote]No. I read that. Eastern Road very quiet? Maybe quieter at 3.40 am, yes but from 6:30-9:30am? Very busy! I'm not anti police but am anti unnecessary disruption to the general public for minimal reasons. Which from the reporting appears to be the case. No one else has posted anything to the contrary. :)[/p][/quote]Fair enough. I'll bow to your knowledge of the road in question. I don't know it at all and took the comment by the witness at face value. What I do know about are police investigations and specifically those surrounding police officers themselves. If there's any hint that there will be a complaint, an inquiry or a referral to the IPCC,the police will cover absolutely everything. How bad would it look if there were an inquiry six months down the line and the police answered repeated questions with,"sorry we can't answer that"? You can guarantee that the next question would be, "why not!" and "well, we wanted to re-open the road so as not to inconvenience the public" wouldn't be accepted as an excuse. IPCC and public inquires last months and examine absolutely everything in great detail so the police can't leave ANTHING to chance. It's extremely frustrating that some of those who criticize the police for keeping the road closed for such a long time would be the very same people who'd cry "COVER UP!" if the police rushed the investigation and didn't have the answers at any subsequent inquiry. Those types may deny it but most people on here know it's true and would actually be able to name some of 'those types'.[/p][/quote]Thank you for at least attempting to explain the procedure. concernedofBrighton
  • Score: -30

9:34pm Thu 31 Jul 14

concernedofBrighton says...

Ambo Guy wrote:
concernedofBrighton wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat



ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).
well were not in US are we?
you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright
Hello Officer!

Us taxpayers pay for a social media section within Sussex Police. Why has no explanation regarding a six hour shutdown inconveniencing thousands of road users been forthcoming?
Yes you're right it's a huge scandal that could bring down the whole Police service....no...the whole UK Government.

Wow I thought the Birmingham Six was a huge scandal but the Eastern Road 6 hour closure 2014 could literally topple the government and being a complete overhaul of modern day policing methods.

Don't worry I'll be speaking to my MP about this as heads must roll over this.
Drugs taken over?
[quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]concernedofBrighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).[/p][/quote]well were not in US are we? you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright[/p][/quote]Hello Officer! Us taxpayers pay for a social media section within Sussex Police. Why has no explanation regarding a six hour shutdown inconveniencing thousands of road users been forthcoming?[/p][/quote]Yes you're right it's a huge scandal that could bring down the whole Police service....no...the whole UK Government. Wow I thought the Birmingham Six was a huge scandal but the Eastern Road 6 hour closure 2014 could literally topple the government and being a complete overhaul of modern day policing methods. Don't worry I'll be speaking to my MP about this as heads must roll over this.[/p][/quote]Drugs taken over? concernedofBrighton
  • Score: -37

9:49pm Thu 31 Jul 14

76robmac says...

Abby1995 says that their only kids at 16 and 17 they are old enough to be responsible for their own actions,at 16 I joined the Royal Navy.throw the book at these idiots
Abby1995 says that their only kids at 16 and 17 they are old enough to be responsible for their own actions,at 16 I joined the Royal Navy.throw the book at these idiots 76robmac
  • Score: 16

10:19pm Thu 31 Jul 14

just-a-person says...

Abby1995 wrote:
76robmac wrote:
Abby says that they are only kids 16 and 17 old enough to know better,sorry but it their own fault if they were hurt
76robmac I didn't say it wasn't their fault if you read it properly I said they are children and don't deserve to be injured like that whatever they've done. How is okay that a young boy has been seriously injured??? Morons
The car owner didn't deserve to discover their car stolen and smashed up when they woke up this morning either but they had no choice thanks to some morons who decided it would be a laugh and steal it.
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]76robmac[/bold] wrote: Abby says that they are only kids 16 and 17 old enough to know better,sorry but it their own fault if they were hurt[/p][/quote]76robmac I didn't say it wasn't their fault if you read it properly I said they are children and don't deserve to be injured like that whatever they've done. How is okay that a young boy has been seriously injured??? Morons[/p][/quote]The car owner didn't deserve to discover their car stolen and smashed up when they woke up this morning either but they had no choice thanks to some morons who decided it would be a laugh and steal it. just-a-person
  • Score: 27

12:44am Fri 1 Aug 14

From beer to uncertainty says...

I reckon the headline should read "scumbags prevented from killing innocent people". Great job by the police and other emergency services, as usual.
Send the parents the bill for everything and give magistrate, who eventually please them all with a pathetic sentence, 5 years of hard labour!
I reckon the headline should read "scumbags prevented from killing innocent people". Great job by the police and other emergency services, as usual. Send the parents the bill for everything and give magistrate, who eventually please them all with a pathetic sentence, 5 years of hard labour! From beer to uncertainty
  • Score: 18

1:24am Fri 1 Aug 14

whatevernext2013 says...

Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
i hate to say but if there still children ,why were they out at that time in the morning and were are the parent/parents ?
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]i hate to say but if there still children ,why were they out at that time in the morning and were are the parent/parents ? whatevernext2013
  • Score: 20

1:54am Fri 1 Aug 14

From beer to uncertainty says...

whatevernext2013 wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
i hate to say but if there still children ,why were they out at that time in the morning and were are the parent/parents ?
Well said. I understand economics, statistics and, for what they are relatively worth, arguments about morality. I don't understand how scumbags will hurry to the defense of criminals unless they approve of their actions or perhaps angrily missed out on the jollies.
If you can't control them then don't plague them on others. Spend the tattoo money on summer classes?
[quote][p][bold]whatevernext2013[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]i hate to say but if there still children ,why were they out at that time in the morning and were are the parent/parents ?[/p][/quote]Well said. I understand economics, statistics and, for what they are relatively worth, arguments about morality. I don't understand how scumbags will hurry to the defense of criminals unless they approve of their actions or perhaps angrily missed out on the jollies. If you can't control them then don't plague them on others. Spend the tattoo money on summer classes? From beer to uncertainty
  • Score: 16

4:07am Fri 1 Aug 14

vogon1 says...

Abby1995 wrote:
vogon1 wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.
We are all someones child. They are criminals and should be treated as such. Please feel free to educate me on why i should sympathise with the injured morons
no one asked you to did they moron
Stop defending the indefensible...moron :))
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vogon1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.[/p][/quote]We are all someones child. They are criminals and should be treated as such. Please feel free to educate me on why i should sympathise with the injured morons[/p][/quote]no one asked you to did they moron[/p][/quote]Stop defending the indefensible...moron :)) vogon1
  • Score: 5

10:13am Fri 1 Aug 14

theargusissoinformative says...

Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat

ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).
well were not in US are we?
you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright
Which one of their relatives are you? Will you be on the Jeremy Kyle Show anytime soon?
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).[/p][/quote]well were not in US are we? you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright[/p][/quote]Which one of their relatives are you? Will you be on the Jeremy Kyle Show anytime soon? theargusissoinformative
  • Score: 3

10:23am Fri 1 Aug 14

theargusissoinformative says...

Abby1995 wrote:
Harrybarnard wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.
You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done
You're desperately making excuses for chavvy culture that is just plain wrong. Someone, somewhere has brought these kids up one way or another. Teenage boys they may be, but if this the way that they have turned out, then they can only ever belong in prison or somewhere similar. In fact, they probably need locking up sharpish, before they can impregnate Sharon or Tracy and keep the whole chavvy show on the road.
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harrybarnard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.[/p][/quote]You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done[/p][/quote]You're desperately making excuses for chavvy culture that is just plain wrong. Someone, somewhere has brought these kids up one way or another. Teenage boys they may be, but if this the way that they have turned out, then they can only ever belong in prison or somewhere similar. In fact, they probably need locking up sharpish, before they can impregnate Sharon or Tracy and keep the whole chavvy show on the road. theargusissoinformative
  • Score: -2

10:42am Fri 1 Aug 14

theargusissoinformative says...

Abby1995 wrote:
76robmac wrote:
Abby says that they are only kids 16 and 17 old enough to know better,sorry but it their own fault if they were hurt
76robmac I didn't say it wasn't their fault if you read it properly I said they are children and don't deserve to be injured like that whatever they've done. How is okay that a young boy has been seriously injured??? Morons
You're the moron. You seem to think that these kids have a licence to go out and potentially kill others with their recklessness. If you were reasonably responsible, I'd have thought you'd be hoping that they'd be locked up for some time to get them out of your hair. I think that you might not be really who you say are, because your whole attitude is a big joke in itself. If you are really who you say you are, then I'd have given up on here a while ago, and saved your embarrassment, if you have any.
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]76robmac[/bold] wrote: Abby says that they are only kids 16 and 17 old enough to know better,sorry but it their own fault if they were hurt[/p][/quote]76robmac I didn't say it wasn't their fault if you read it properly I said they are children and don't deserve to be injured like that whatever they've done. How is okay that a young boy has been seriously injured??? Morons[/p][/quote]You're the moron. You seem to think that these kids have a licence to go out and potentially kill others with their recklessness. If you were reasonably responsible, I'd have thought you'd be hoping that they'd be locked up for some time to get them out of your hair. I think that you might not be really who you say are, because your whole attitude is a big joke in itself. If you are really who you say you are, then I'd have given up on here a while ago, and saved your embarrassment, if you have any. theargusissoinformative
  • Score: -7

10:44am Fri 1 Aug 14

Abby1995 says...

theargusissoinformat
ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
76robmac wrote:
Abby says that they are only kids 16 and 17 old enough to know better,sorry but it their own fault if they were hurt
76robmac I didn't say it wasn't their fault if you read it properly I said they are children and don't deserve to be injured like that whatever they've done. How is okay that a young boy has been seriously injured??? Morons
You're the moron. You seem to think that these kids have a licence to go out and potentially kill others with their recklessness. If you were reasonably responsible, I'd have thought you'd be hoping that they'd be locked up for some time to get them out of your hair. I think that you might not be really who you say are, because your whole attitude is a big joke in itself. If you are really who you say you are, then I'd have given up on here a while ago, and saved your embarrassment, if you have any.
I don't care about your opinion but thanks anyway
[quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]76robmac[/bold] wrote: Abby says that they are only kids 16 and 17 old enough to know better,sorry but it their own fault if they were hurt[/p][/quote]76robmac I didn't say it wasn't their fault if you read it properly I said they are children and don't deserve to be injured like that whatever they've done. How is okay that a young boy has been seriously injured??? Morons[/p][/quote]You're the moron. You seem to think that these kids have a licence to go out and potentially kill others with their recklessness. If you were reasonably responsible, I'd have thought you'd be hoping that they'd be locked up for some time to get them out of your hair. I think that you might not be really who you say are, because your whole attitude is a big joke in itself. If you are really who you say you are, then I'd have given up on here a while ago, and saved your embarrassment, if you have any.[/p][/quote]I don't care about your opinion but thanks anyway Abby1995
  • Score: 5

10:46am Fri 1 Aug 14

Abby1995 says...

theargusissoinformat
ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
Harrybarnard wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.
You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done
You're desperately making excuses for chavvy culture that is just plain wrong. Someone, somewhere has brought these kids up one way or another. Teenage boys they may be, but if this the way that they have turned out, then they can only ever belong in prison or somewhere similar. In fact, they probably need locking up sharpish, before they can impregnate Sharon or Tracy and keep the whole chavvy show on the road.
Sharon and tracey no they old names from your dirty generation. Kids don't have names like that duuuhhhh
[quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harrybarnard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.[/p][/quote]You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done[/p][/quote]You're desperately making excuses for chavvy culture that is just plain wrong. Someone, somewhere has brought these kids up one way or another. Teenage boys they may be, but if this the way that they have turned out, then they can only ever belong in prison or somewhere similar. In fact, they probably need locking up sharpish, before they can impregnate Sharon or Tracy and keep the whole chavvy show on the road.[/p][/quote]Sharon and tracey no they old names from your dirty generation. Kids don't have names like that duuuhhhh Abby1995
  • Score: -5

10:48am Fri 1 Aug 14

Abby1995 says...

theargusissoinformat
ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat


ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).
well were not in US are we?
you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright
Which one of their relatives are you? Will you be on the Jeremy Kyle Show anytime soon?
its all the polices fault. The police crashed into them
[quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).[/p][/quote]well were not in US are we? you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright[/p][/quote]Which one of their relatives are you? Will you be on the Jeremy Kyle Show anytime soon?[/p][/quote]its all the polices fault. The police crashed into them Abby1995
  • Score: -27

10:50am Fri 1 Aug 14

theargusissoinformative says...

I've got the Argus Echo again
I've got the Argus Echo again theargusissoinformative
  • Score: -8

10:51am Fri 1 Aug 14

theargusissoinformative says...

Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat

ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat



ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).
well were not in US are we?
you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright
Which one of their relatives are you? Will you be on the Jeremy Kyle Show anytime soon?
its all the polices fault. The police crashed into them
You're having a laugh, aren't you?
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).[/p][/quote]well were not in US are we? you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright[/p][/quote]Which one of their relatives are you? Will you be on the Jeremy Kyle Show anytime soon?[/p][/quote]its all the polices fault. The police crashed into them[/p][/quote]You're having a laugh, aren't you? theargusissoinformative
  • Score: 7

10:56am Fri 1 Aug 14

theargusissoinformative says...

Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat

ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
Harrybarnard wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.
You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done
You're desperately making excuses for chavvy culture that is just plain wrong. Someone, somewhere has brought these kids up one way or another. Teenage boys they may be, but if this the way that they have turned out, then they can only ever belong in prison or somewhere similar. In fact, they probably need locking up sharpish, before they can impregnate Sharon or Tracy and keep the whole chavvy show on the road.
Sharon and tracey no they old names from your dirty generation. Kids don't have names like that duuuhhhh
I think that these chav generations might be a bit more efficient than my community. In sixty years, I'd expect to hear of two generations in my community. In the chav community, you might get four generations in sixty years, if you have kids giving birth to kids.
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harrybarnard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]If these idiots are only children then perhaps you should be looking at the parents.[/p][/quote]You should look at yourself for the way you speak about children. It's not always the parents fault, controlling teenage boys is easier said then done[/p][/quote]You're desperately making excuses for chavvy culture that is just plain wrong. Someone, somewhere has brought these kids up one way or another. Teenage boys they may be, but if this the way that they have turned out, then they can only ever belong in prison or somewhere similar. In fact, they probably need locking up sharpish, before they can impregnate Sharon or Tracy and keep the whole chavvy show on the road.[/p][/quote]Sharon and tracey no they old names from your dirty generation. Kids don't have names like that duuuhhhh[/p][/quote]I think that these chav generations might be a bit more efficient than my community. In sixty years, I'd expect to hear of two generations in my community. In the chav community, you might get four generations in sixty years, if you have kids giving birth to kids. theargusissoinformative
  • Score: -1

11:03am Fri 1 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Ambo Guy wrote:
All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all.
Delusions of grandeur methinks!
So commenting upon a public forum using a username shows 'delusions of grandeur'?

That might be your reason for posting, but try not to project it onto others.

You have no idea who is marking posts on here, and there is every suggestion that members of the police force are heavily involved.

I'm delighted to see that at least 196 people were unable to argue against my point that the high number of police vehicles in attendance shows that they were out to protect their own.
[quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all. Delusions of grandeur methinks![/p][/quote]So commenting upon a public forum using a username shows 'delusions of grandeur'? That might be your reason for posting, but try not to project it onto others. You have no idea who is marking posts on here, and there is every suggestion that members of the police force are heavily involved. I'm delighted to see that at least 196 people were unable to argue against my point that the high number of police vehicles in attendance shows that they were out to protect their own. stevo!!
  • Score: -20

11:16am Fri 1 Aug 14

theargusissoinformative says...

Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat

ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat



ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).
well were not in US are we?
you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright
Which one of their relatives are you? Will you be on the Jeremy Kyle Show anytime soon?
its all the polices fault. The police crashed into them
In fact, who do you think you are? They didn't just injure themselves, but they also injured a policeman going about his lawful business. I feel guilty at having empathised these 'kids' a little. You and them are peas in the same pod. You are dirty scum who have no place in the country. On second thoughts, I'm inclined to agree with Nathan Adler, and say that the last sixteen/seventeen years have been one complete waste of time, and that they really can't die soon enough. No one is interested in them, and people on here have been much too polite and tactful by humouring you. Have a nice life. When I look at my tax return, I'll be thinking of you and the money that your 'lifestyle' costs.
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).[/p][/quote]well were not in US are we? you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright[/p][/quote]Which one of their relatives are you? Will you be on the Jeremy Kyle Show anytime soon?[/p][/quote]its all the polices fault. The police crashed into them[/p][/quote]In fact, who do you think you are? They didn't just injure themselves, but they also injured a policeman going about his lawful business. I feel guilty at having empathised these 'kids' a little. You and them are peas in the same pod. You are dirty scum who have no place in the country. On second thoughts, I'm inclined to agree with Nathan Adler, and say that the last sixteen/seventeen years have been one complete waste of time, and that they really can't die soon enough. No one is interested in them, and people on here have been much too polite and tactful by humouring you. Have a nice life. When I look at my tax return, I'll be thinking of you and the money that your 'lifestyle' costs. theargusissoinformative
  • Score: 9

11:24am Fri 1 Aug 14

just-a-person says...

Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat

ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
theargusissoinformat



ive
wrote:
Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).
well were not in US are we?
you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright
Which one of their relatives are you? Will you be on the Jeremy Kyle Show anytime soon?
its all the polices fault. The police crashed into them
Can't quite believe what I'm reading here, how dare you lay the blame on the police. It's the fault of three morons who stole a car that did not belong to them.
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]When do you think that criminal responsibility should start then? Some places execute kids (including USA).[/p][/quote]well were not in US are we? you don't know the story you shouldn't be so quick to judge them. alright[/p][/quote]Which one of their relatives are you? Will you be on the Jeremy Kyle Show anytime soon?[/p][/quote]its all the polices fault. The police crashed into them[/p][/quote]Can't quite believe what I'm reading here, how dare you lay the blame on the police. It's the fault of three morons who stole a car that did not belong to them. just-a-person
  • Score: 13

1:58pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Mrbrightside1 says...

stevo!! wrote:
Ambo Guy wrote:
All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all.
Delusions of grandeur methinks!
So commenting upon a public forum using a username shows 'delusions of grandeur'?

That might be your reason for posting, but try not to project it onto others.

You have no idea who is marking posts on here, and there is every suggestion that members of the police force are heavily involved.

I'm delighted to see that at least 196 people were unable to argue against my point that the high number of police vehicles in attendance shows that they were out to protect their own.
**** off
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all. Delusions of grandeur methinks![/p][/quote]So commenting upon a public forum using a username shows 'delusions of grandeur'? That might be your reason for posting, but try not to project it onto others. You have no idea who is marking posts on here, and there is every suggestion that members of the police force are heavily involved. I'm delighted to see that at least 196 people were unable to argue against my point that the high number of police vehicles in attendance shows that they were out to protect their own.[/p][/quote]**** off Mrbrightside1
  • Score: 24

1:59pm Fri 1 Aug 14

TheDrive says...

Abby1995 wrote:
I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.
Justice!
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: I know these kids and of them is badly hurt whether hes naughty or not hes still only a child.[/p][/quote]Justice! TheDrive
  • Score: 5

2:15pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Voice of Brighton says...

stevo!! wrote:
Ambo Guy wrote:
All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all.
Delusions of grandeur methinks!
So commenting upon a public forum using a username shows 'delusions of grandeur'?

That might be your reason for posting, but try not to project it onto others.

You have no idea who is marking posts on here, and there is every suggestion that members of the police force are heavily involved.

I'm delighted to see that at least 196 people were unable to argue against my point that the high number of police vehicles in attendance shows that they were out to protect their own.
You need to please just calm down Stevo. There is no suggestion at all that the Police are 'heavily involved' on this forum at all, this is just your imagination running wild and the only person suggesting it is you! Your slightly bizarre comments show a lack or maturity and a failure to grasp reality. Why would Sussex Police care what you or anyone say on here? As long as you're not making threats they have much better things to do than look at silly little comments by silly little boys. Now grow up and stop making a fool of yourself.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all. Delusions of grandeur methinks![/p][/quote]So commenting upon a public forum using a username shows 'delusions of grandeur'? That might be your reason for posting, but try not to project it onto others. You have no idea who is marking posts on here, and there is every suggestion that members of the police force are heavily involved. I'm delighted to see that at least 196 people were unable to argue against my point that the high number of police vehicles in attendance shows that they were out to protect their own.[/p][/quote]You need to please just calm down Stevo. There is no suggestion at all that the Police are 'heavily involved' on this forum at all, this is just your imagination running wild and the only person suggesting it is you! Your slightly bizarre comments show a lack or maturity and a failure to grasp reality. Why would Sussex Police care what you or anyone say on here? As long as you're not making threats they have much better things to do than look at silly little comments by silly little boys. Now grow up and stop making a fool of yourself. Voice of Brighton
  • Score: 38

4:46pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Zamora251 says...

Abby1995 wrote:
those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out
What because idiots are under 18, that makes it alright does it, I think not, send these idiots to prison, normal don't go around stealing cars, so why should these dickheads be treated any differently, a couple of years inside is just what they need, I think you are the one who needs to sort your head out Abby1995
[quote][p][bold]Abby1995[/bold] wrote: those "idiots" are still children some of you people need to sort your head out[/p][/quote]What because idiots are under 18, that makes it alright does it, I think not, send these idiots to prison, normal don't go around stealing cars, so why should these dickheads be treated any differently, a couple of years inside is just what they need, I think you are the one who needs to sort your head out Abby1995 Zamora251
  • Score: -12

8:55pm Fri 1 Aug 14

Abby1995 says...

hahahahahhahahahahah
haha
hahahahahhahahahahah haha Abby1995
  • Score: -3

8:59pm Fri 1 Aug 14

L bailey says...

If the car was stolen I have no sympathy for the thieves. My car was stolen when my dad was dying. When I needed to get mot morphine in the middle of the night I couldn't get it. I have no sympathy for thieves who take cars. End of story.
If the car was stolen I have no sympathy for the thieves. My car was stolen when my dad was dying. When I needed to get mot morphine in the middle of the night I couldn't get it. I have no sympathy for thieves who take cars. End of story. L bailey
  • Score: 10

10:16pm Fri 1 Aug 14

TheJasperCo says...

People scare me sometimes.
People scare me sometimes. TheJasperCo
  • Score: -1

10:22am Sat 2 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

Voice of Brighton wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
Ambo Guy wrote:
All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all.
Delusions of grandeur methinks!
So commenting upon a public forum using a username shows 'delusions of grandeur'?

That might be your reason for posting, but try not to project it onto others.

You have no idea who is marking posts on here, and there is every suggestion that members of the police force are heavily involved.

I'm delighted to see that at least 196 people were unable to argue against my point that the high number of police vehicles in attendance shows that they were out to protect their own.
You need to please just calm down Stevo. There is no suggestion at all that the Police are 'heavily involved' on this forum at all, this is just your imagination running wild and the only person suggesting it is you! Your slightly bizarre comments show a lack or maturity and a failure to grasp reality. Why would Sussex Police care what you or anyone say on here? As long as you're not making threats they have much better things to do than look at silly little comments by silly little boys. Now grow up and stop making a fool of yourself.
Oh, the police care very much what the public think of them.

The reality is that a dozen cars attented this incident. I accept that you've admitted to not being able to discuss why so many were 'required'.

And your personal issues with reality were amply demonstrated when you claimed to know who I am on a recent thread......to the surprise of no-one, you weren't able to show what led you to that ridiculous assertion.

The fact that the police are marking Argus posts is proven by the high numers of minuses critical posts receive and the high number of plusses for supportive posts.

Feel free to argue that, by all means, but you'll be battling agaisnt reality........again
.
[quote][p][bold]Voice of Brighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ambo Guy[/bold] wrote: All these comments assuming that the Police have nothing better to do than tick a thumbs down box on certain comments on The Argus website do make me laugh. Please don't think that you're actually all that important or your opinion has any interest to Sussex Police at all. Delusions of grandeur methinks![/p][/quote]So commenting upon a public forum using a username shows 'delusions of grandeur'? That might be your reason for posting, but try not to project it onto others. You have no idea who is marking posts on here, and there is every suggestion that members of the police force are heavily involved. I'm delighted to see that at least 196 people were unable to argue against my point that the high number of police vehicles in attendance shows that they were out to protect their own.[/p][/quote]You need to please just calm down Stevo. There is no suggestion at all that the Police are 'heavily involved' on this forum at all, this is just your imagination running wild and the only person suggesting it is you! Your slightly bizarre comments show a lack or maturity and a failure to grasp reality. Why would Sussex Police care what you or anyone say on here? As long as you're not making threats they have much better things to do than look at silly little comments by silly little boys. Now grow up and stop making a fool of yourself.[/p][/quote]Oh, the police care very much what the public think of them. The reality is that a dozen cars attented this incident. I accept that you've admitted to not being able to discuss why so many were 'required'. And your personal issues with reality were amply demonstrated when you claimed to know who I am on a recent thread......to the surprise of no-one, you weren't able to show what led you to that ridiculous assertion. The fact that the police are marking Argus posts is proven by the high numers of minuses critical posts receive and the high number of plusses for supportive posts. Feel free to argue that, by all means, but you'll be battling agaisnt reality........again . stevo!!
  • Score: -17

11:22am Sun 3 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

"you make things up to suit your stupid agenda - perhaps you can show me where I've incated 'support' for Hamas as opposed to propagating the rights of the Palestinian people to be free of Israeli expansionism and theft of land, to live with dignity in freedom and in peace?!"

You need to be told that you support Hamas?

How odd......most people know who they support without having to be told by others.

If it helps, the comment I've just quoted demonstrates your support for what Hamas is wanting to achieve.

Anything else I can help you with? Your favourite colour, perhaps?
"you make things up to suit your stupid agenda - perhaps you can show me where I've incated 'support' for Hamas as opposed to propagating the rights of the Palestinian people to be free of Israeli expansionism and theft of land, to live with dignity in freedom and in peace?!" You need to be told that you support Hamas? How odd......most people know who they support without having to be told by others. If it helps, the comment I've just quoted demonstrates your support for what Hamas is wanting to achieve. Anything else I can help you with? Your favourite colour, perhaps? stevo!!
  • Score: -8

11:38am Sun 3 Aug 14

brighton bluenose says...

stevo!! wrote:
"you make things up to suit your stupid agenda - perhaps you can show me where I've incated 'support' for Hamas as opposed to propagating the rights of the Palestinian people to be free of Israeli expansionism and theft of land, to live with dignity in freedom and in peace?!"

You need to be told that you support Hamas?

How odd......most people know who they support without having to be told by others.

If it helps, the comment I've just quoted demonstrates your support for what Hamas is wanting to achieve.

Anything else I can help you with? Your favourite colour, perhaps?
Thicko!! you really are a moron - as amply demonstrated by your taking nearly two days to formulate this ridiculous response! My support is for the Palestinian people NOT Hamas - just because the aims of both converge in many, but not all, ways that does NOT mean that I support the latter in any way - surely even YOU can work that one out?!!
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: "you make things up to suit your stupid agenda - perhaps you can show me where I've incated 'support' for Hamas as opposed to propagating the rights of the Palestinian people to be free of Israeli expansionism and theft of land, to live with dignity in freedom and in peace?!" You need to be told that you support Hamas? How odd......most people know who they support without having to be told by others. If it helps, the comment I've just quoted demonstrates your support for what Hamas is wanting to achieve. Anything else I can help you with? Your favourite colour, perhaps?[/p][/quote]Thicko!! you really are a moron - as amply demonstrated by your taking nearly two days to formulate this ridiculous response! My support is for the Palestinian people NOT Hamas - just because the aims of both converge in many, but not all, ways that does NOT mean that I support the latter in any way - surely even YOU can work that one out?!! brighton bluenose
  • Score: 1

9:04am Mon 4 Aug 14

stevo!! says...

brighton bluenose wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
"you make things up to suit your stupid agenda - perhaps you can show me where I've incated 'support' for Hamas as opposed to propagating the rights of the Palestinian people to be free of Israeli expansionism and theft of land, to live with dignity in freedom and in peace?!"

You need to be told that you support Hamas?

How odd......most people know who they support without having to be told by others.

If it helps, the comment I've just quoted demonstrates your support for what Hamas is wanting to achieve.

Anything else I can help you with? Your favourite colour, perhaps?
Thicko!! you really are a moron - as amply demonstrated by your taking nearly two days to formulate this ridiculous response! My support is for the Palestinian people NOT Hamas - just because the aims of both converge in many, but not all, ways that does NOT mean that I support the latter in any way - surely even YOU can work that one out?!!
So I have to be posting on here at your beck and call?

Funny, you once complained I was on here all the time....make your mind up.

Can you name three ways in which the aims of Hamas do not match those of the Palestinians?
[quote][p][bold]brighton bluenose[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: "you make things up to suit your stupid agenda - perhaps you can show me where I've incated 'support' for Hamas as opposed to propagating the rights of the Palestinian people to be free of Israeli expansionism and theft of land, to live with dignity in freedom and in peace?!" You need to be told that you support Hamas? How odd......most people know who they support without having to be told by others. If it helps, the comment I've just quoted demonstrates your support for what Hamas is wanting to achieve. Anything else I can help you with? Your favourite colour, perhaps?[/p][/quote]Thicko!! you really are a moron - as amply demonstrated by your taking nearly two days to formulate this ridiculous response! My support is for the Palestinian people NOT Hamas - just because the aims of both converge in many, but not all, ways that does NOT mean that I support the latter in any way - surely even YOU can work that one out?!![/p][/quote]So I have to be posting on here at your beck and call? Funny, you once complained I was on here all the time....make your mind up. Can you name three ways in which the aims of Hamas do not match those of the Palestinians? stevo!!
  • Score: 0

9:13pm Sat 9 Aug 14

Logicsays says...

Early morning so it was dark. Assuming the kids in the car knew how to turn the lights on then they would have done. Therefore did the Police driver not see lights as he approached the junction, did he not take due care, did he not drive defensively, did he just assume that as a policemen he is by right always right?
Early morning so it was dark. Assuming the kids in the car knew how to turn the lights on then they would have done. Therefore did the Police driver not see lights as he approached the junction, did he not take due care, did he not drive defensively, did he just assume that as a policemen he is by right always right? Logicsays
  • Score: 0

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