Old 2nd Nov 2004, 19:19
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MReyn24050
 
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Nottingham UK
Age: 80
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I thank you for the response. However my concern is not with the Officers involved but the similar predicament faced by our boys in Iraq. When I was in the Army our training on the range was "Shot to Kill". Yet today it seems that they must make sure that their life or their fellow soldiers is in danger before they open fire. It could be too late. They do not have the right to say they will not take part. So why have the police that rioht?
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