if we had MPS who had any moral fibre and could get there noses out of the public trough long enough after all they where the ones who sent them there they would see the public are right behind the soldiers I hope the jury finds him not guilty chris cunniffe
if we had MPS who had any moral fibre and could get there noses out of the public trough long enough after all they where the ones who sent them...
Absolutely Chris it's disgusting especially when criminals, cowards and murders who hide behind women and children and are using weapons ie stones, bottles and in some cases petrol bombs seem to be able to get away with no action, the adrenaline kicks in and the natural reaction is to defend oneself.
We certainly spent time practicing what was termed "Operations In aid of the civil power." When units of the armed services were brought to restore law and order where civilian authorities had lost control. This wasn't just in the UK, it was anywhere where British forces might be stationed. One instruction everybody received was that if the worst came to the worst, never, ever to simply open fire on an advancing mob. Always, but always to look for the ringleaders, the ones doing the egging on and not necessarily at the front. They should be the targets. I'm happy to confess that I was never in that situation, but while having every sympathy with those in command, nothing will convince me that a sergeant was in charge of operations on that day. These guys are being sacrificed to protect politicians. The whole charade stinks of political chicanery.
Has he not already been told that he has no case to answer after being investigated twice? If so surely his solicitors should ask for a dismissal on the grounds of persecution. Double jeopardy I believe is no longer on the Statute Books thereby allowing a second attempt at establishing someone's guilt but three goes at it is ridiculous.