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Old 8th Jan 2014, 15:42
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Lawfully killed

some might find the decision incomprehensible
some may say it is common sense

i hope it doesn't spark a violent reaction from north london as his "lawful killing" did back in 2011
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 15:46
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Need rain .....................PC Rain or PC Snow always a way to end riots.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 16:33
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I am far from being a fan of the police but I would say that verdict is correct.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 16:49
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The family received justice today. Duggan received justice at the time. I despair that so many people in our capital can come out in support of a violent, armed gangster. The police should tap a few more of these thugs and make the streets a safer place.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 16:49
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Good verdict - what the police do have to answer for is their subsequent ham-fisted handling of the incident, but with a split second decision to make, I'm certainly not going to condemn the man who pulled the trigger.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 17:10
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Probably preaching to the choir here but yes a good verdict. A nasty hood taken off the streets, who the firearms officer believed, correctly, was carrying.

It shows the low state of the dross of the community that so many pond life come out to support him.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 17:14
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Absolutely correct Tanker.

He was a nasty little ARMED sh.t, but his death was used as an excuse for the subsequent disgraceful riots.

Perhaps the reason police mainly stop and search blacks might be because they is mostly to blame for crime....innit
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 17:21
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There are still some questions about the police activity, especially regarding how the gun got to where it did: noticeable that the police officer who was shot was shot by one of his colleagues! However, it is hard to my mind to avoid the conclusion that society as a whole is far better off without Duggan.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 17:24
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Please, Mr Cameron, no more police cuts! Sooner divert half a dozen £billion from overseas bribes.....sorry Aid.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 17:27
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How much is wasted - sorry, spent - on overseas aid?
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 17:29
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The bottle of bubbly that was reserved for the announcement the death of the piece of excrement who has caused the suffering and death of millions in Zimbabwe and elsewhere will be drunk tonight to celebrate this victory for common sense.

Good riddance to another piece of excrement, and strength to the forces of law.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 17:40
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"No gun in his hand, and yet he was shot."

The silly old bat who just said that (his solicitor) has phrased her words carefully. The cretin was tooled up and chucked the weapon. If you're a cop (pumped up, adrenalin overload) and know your perp is armed, if he makes a move your reaction is instinctive. Bang.

I really have a feeling that all is not right with the police case (which is a shame, but my doubt is due to their previous actions in events such as these) but at the end of the day, the moment a feckwit picks up a shooter he's moved into a different league.

Perhaps his loyal family could have prevented Duggan from picking the gun up in the first place. In that respect they are to blame.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 17:44
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If I had been standing outside my home I would have heard the shots that killed the two police girls - that cowardly piece of sxxt handed himself in immediately to avoid just this fate - but he and his degenerate family and associates had killed and murdered before as part of their drug selling empire, and we would be well rid of the lot of them.

So, in this case I simply cannot conceive of the idiocy and lack of public decency of the thousands upon thousands who see this murdering violent thug who has visited misery on both those who bought his mind altering merchandise and those who got in his way as some kind of hero.

Got what he deserved - now bring on the lookalikes for the same treatment!
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 17:58
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Originally Posted by radeng View Post
How much is wasted - sorry, spent - on overseas aid?


"David Cameronís government, which in spite of cuts to public services at home has boosted Britainís aid budget to £8.3billion a year and is still committed to increasing it from 0.56 per cent of GDP this year to 0.7 per cent."
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 18:02
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100% agreement so far. Cue the usual suspects..........enter stage right.(or should that be left!)
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 18:02
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I was just watching a 'youth worker' being interviewed in the street in Tottenham. This is a couple of miles from where the gangsters live, on the Broadwater Farm estate, and from where they came to start their riot in South Tottenham, a mile and a half away. At the entry point to Broadwater from the A10 there is a shrine to the drug gangster who was shot dead in a drive-by shooting a couple of years ago. On Xmas Day when I passed by it was festooned in fresh flowers.

Duggan came from a different world. The gangster ghetto where they live is a no-go area to normal folks and we should be pleased that the police stop and search anyone who emerges from this dump to mix with us in the normal world.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 18:17
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Yes Blacksheep, you're right. I've been on Broadwater a couple of times and drove past it only two days ago. It's an utterly bleak and depressing place. People have no idea.

I was in Tottenham the day of the drive-by you mention, the A10 traffic was diverted through the Farm, that caused a few prayers not to break down!

And on the geography of the place really it's Haringey. As you say, the High Road (which my wife's aunt lives just off) is some distance away and is dominated by Turks and Kurds.

That's one of the reasons the Farm residents trashed the High Road.
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 18:39
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Have you no pity for the poor drug addicts that could not get their fix due to this death. They must have been without drugs for several hours until they could find another "Dealer"
The Police should set up emergency clinics to help junkies whenever they take down such a big dealer.


As Frank Gallagher would say "CHEAPER DRUGS NOW "
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 18:46
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Whilst Duggan obviously had a past and indeed appears to have carried firearms rather regularly - can anyone see like me, the Police's failings in this case when drawn into context with Lee Rigby's killers?

These two were both spared when clearly a more dangerous threat!

Will anyone else agree that such a comparison should be made?
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Old 8th Jan 2014, 18:47
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The family are upset because there will now be no compensation for the death of this waste of space. Bang goes their meal ticket
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