Remembrance Sunday - Eccles

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10 Nov 2019 17:26 #1 by yoonited
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Some squatters occupying a nearby pub there this morning, decided it would be a wizard jape to let off fireworks during the two minute silence. Might have been much wiser to have just kept a low profile but they must have planned it and decided, what can go wrong? Nearly caused a riot with people trying to break the door down to get hold of them and lynch them, whilst they spat at them from above, what a shame plod got there in time. Good shot with a traffic cone from somebody.

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11 Nov 2019 09:59 #2 by Yorkie Blue
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Yes, a shame the police arrived before the crowd were able to give the scrotes a bat or two.


Fish and chips and mushy peas are all my brain and body needs

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11 Nov 2019 10:26 - 11 Nov 2019 10:28 #3 by nobbyblue
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Absolute scum. Lock the [censored] up in Strangeways for a few months and see how cocky he is then.
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11 Nov 2019 16:24 #4 by yoonited
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Stuart Potts, 38, jailed for 16 weeks for a 'public order offence.'

www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/gre...ance-sunday-17238867

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11 Nov 2019 17:02 #5 by Waltero
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Better than nothing but he'll only do half of that.

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11 Nov 2019 17:41 #6 by orfc
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How come he gets sentenced the day after his crime but it takes a year for serial offenders like Joey Barton to get to court for theirs?

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11 Nov 2019 17:56 #7 by yoonited
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Probably because he'd caused such outrage in his community that it was in the public interest to get him before the bench and sentenced ASAP, it wasn't going to be a complicated trial so bang to rights.

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11 Nov 2019 18:03 #8 by Mr Quint
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Wow!!!! Now if you find yourself acting in this manner you have to consider you are a highly antisocial person and must conclude it’s time to reflect and change!

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11 Nov 2019 19:06 #9 by Dancingbear
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Meanwhile up the road those lovable rogues were at it again..............

www.thescottishsun.co.uk/sport/football/...mbrance-poppy-chant/

There's only one way of life and that's your own!!!

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11 Nov 2019 20:19 #10 by seesaw50
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orfc wrote: How come he gets sentenced the day after his crime but it takes a year for serial offenders like Joey Barton to get to court for theirs?


Only public order....Magistrates

Not GBH.........Crown I assume

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12 Nov 2019 08:21 #11 by yoonited
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Mr Quint wrote: Wow!!!! Now if you find yourself acting in this manner you have to consider you are a highly antisocial person and must conclude it’s time to reflect and change!


He had 21 previous convictions for 39 offences committed, another one is hardly going to change him.

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