04 September 2012

Apparently, the timing's a little tricky

To escape being flattened by the "wheels of justice", you have to pull the trigger after he starts to swing the rusty screwdriver... but before it pierces your pericardium...

But buck up Britannia, there is a ray of hope...

Rutland and Melton MP Alan Duncan, a Government minister, said the real crime would be if the couple were prosecuted for defending their home.

"If this is a straightforward case of someone using a shotgun to defend themselves against burglars in the dead of night, then I would hope that the police will prosecute the burglars and not my constituents."
(via kate)


RELATED: Compare and contrast
The intruder kicked open the door. (92 year-old) Jones fixed his aim on the center of the man’s chest and fired a single shot. The Boone County Sheriff later announced the death of the intruder, Lloyd (Adam) Maxwell, 24, of Richmond, Ky.

Two men with Maxwell, Ryan Dalton, 22, and Donnie Inabnit, 20, both of Dry Ridge, were charged with second degree burglary and tampering with evidence. Police say they removed Maxwell’s body from Jones’ Violet Road home.
Mess with a vet at your peril.


A READER WRITES: Couple exonerated after shooting

Maybe the Brit cops were just jealous. If we can't have guns, nobody can...
A couple who were arrested after a shotgun was fired at intruders during a break-in will not face charges, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.

Judith Walker, Chief Crown Prosecutor for the East Midlands, said: "I am satisfied that this is a case where householders, faced with intruders in frightening circumstances, acted in reasonable self-defence.
Somewhere, Bob Rae just shat himself.


jwkozak91 said...

Minister Duncan got his wish – the Beeb tells me the bobbies aren't charging Andy and Tracey Ferrie:


Apparently the NuLabour rot hasn't totally permeated the system.

Neo Conservative said...

the question is... why were they charged in the first place?