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----KK----
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icon24 Apr 2018 19:08
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-43716...

What an absolute cnut.:thumbdown::frown:
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Nice n Fat
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icon24 Apr 2018 19:17
Yes, I read this earlier

An Uberc!$% if ever there was one :frown:
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Grouch
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icon24 Apr 2018 19:35
Words fail me.
What an utter arsehole08
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Paul Pomodoro
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Bonneville (09->)


icon24 Apr 2018 19:40
www.bbc.co.uk:
Sweeting, of Bettws, Newport, who had had 21 convictions across 35 offences dating back to 1979,


Well done to the Police for pursuing the guy. I suspect that once they identified the car and the driver they had a good idea what had happened and put in some good work to get the evidence.
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andy d
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icon24 Apr 2018 20:51
Quality investigation.
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595daytona
Birmingham,
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icon24 Apr 2018 21:14
A c*nt with that many convictions over such a long period of time will re-offend on release. He will never give a s!$% about anything. His lying whore of a wife needs dealing with, too.
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onlineFreck
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icon24 Apr 2018 21:49
Six years ban from driving? He should never be allowed to drive even a pedal car again. Cnut! :angry: Fantastic investigation work though, it restores a little faith in the fuzz reading that. :thumbup:
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Toxteth O'Grady
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Sprint ST (02-04)


icon24 Apr 2018 22:31
Without CCTV and solid police forensic work, David's killer would have never been found.

He has the face of a coward and a weakling.
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Strat
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icon25 Apr 2018 07:03
After reading this, I caught up with both episodes on iplayer, sadly the other episode also features a biker being killed by an inattentive driver who is just as bigger a c!$% as this guy, but was sentenced to just 4 years in prison?
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Sir TT
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icon25 Apr 2018 08:50
I watched the episode on TV, the forensic work was a credit to the job, fair play.
As for that lying c!$%, he deserved life in prison.
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Tasha
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icon25 Apr 2018 12:04
TBH, deserves a lengthy jail term at the least :angry:
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Chris Wolstencroft
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icon25 Apr 2018 16:08
Unfortunately both programs just confirm there’s a large number of people who don’t have a conscience and will do anything to keep their noses clean
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ST
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icon25 Apr 2018 16:59
Hi Chris - I'm a bit of a family History addict for research - your surname is rare, so I looked it up ...

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This interesting name is a variant form of Wolstonecraft, which is of Anglo-Saxon origin, and is locational from a place called "Woolstencroft" in Cheshire.

It is derived from the Old English pre 7th Century personal name "Wulfstan", which is of Anglo-Saxon origin, composed of the elements "wulf", wolf and "stan", stone, and the Old English "croft", paddock, smallholding or enclosure, thus the enclosure of Wulfstan.

Locational surnames were developed when former inhabitants of a place moved to another area, usually to seek work, and were best identified by the name of their birthplace.

The modern surname can be found as Wolstencroft, Wolstonecraft, Wors(t)encroft, Wosencroft and Wozencroft. The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Thomas Wustyncrofte, which was dated 1524, Subsidy Rolls for Suffolk, during the reign of King Henry V111, "Good King Hal", 1509 - 1547.
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----KK----
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icon25 Apr 2018 17:02
ST:
Hi Chris - I'm a bit of a family History anorak ...


Corrected for you.

https://farm4.static.flickr.com/3343/357...

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ST
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icon25 Apr 2018 17:14
Camera ?

.... and that chap is in shirtsleeves, not an Anusrak ... 04
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----KK----
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icon25 Apr 2018 17:26
It's in the bag. 39
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ST
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icon25 Apr 2018 17:32
same sort of capacity bag you use I presume ? 07
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----KK----
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icon25 Apr 2018 17:39
Mine is far larger as it's full of Bitcoins. :lol:
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ST
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icon25 Apr 2018 17:42
even by weight, you wouldnt be rich .... 03
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----KK----
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icon25 Apr 2018 17:48
What is that mysterious lump at the front of his trousers? 30
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ST
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icon25 Apr 2018 18:16
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GDCobra
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icon25 Apr 2018 19:31
----KK----:
What is that mysterious lump at the front of his trousers? 30

His camera's pointing at the Flying Scotsman
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ChazzyB
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icon25 Apr 2018 19:37
----KK----:
What is that mysterious lump at the front of his trousers? 30


He's pleased to see you. :drunk:
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icon25 Apr 2018 21:57
----KK----:
What is that mysterious lump at the front of his trousers? 30

At ST's age that'll be a hernia :tongueout:
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ST
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icon26 Apr 2018 09:41
Sigh .... callow yoof .... 04
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