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As ever #2…

By Mike Cunningham On December 21st, 2012 at 11:08 am


Whilst not either commenting upon the need to commemorate or otherwise remember the deed; perhaps I should be asking when the Concert to remember the sad, needless and equally tragic death of Kriss, along with the subsequent trial and conviction of the ‘Asian Men’ will be organised and supported by all those so eager to associate themselves with the trial and conviction (after the double jeopardy rules were altered by the Blair regime) after that equally sad killing in Eltham?


..and this is how we deal with vicious criminals?

By Mike Cunningham On October 20th, 2012 at 11:51 am

I write today to describe two delusions; one perfectly understandable, the other not so much. I read this morning of the ordeal of Mrs. Lynne Elmer-Laird, who was attacked, suffering serious injury which developed into life-threatening complications, by a serial criminal. This frail 91-year old pensioner was smashed to the ground by a thug, who ran off with a grand total of £20.00 from her purse, a bank card and a travel pass. The drug-fuelled thug, named as Eric Banton, had been given a suspended sentence the day before for charges involving theft and drug cultivation; but instead of meeting with his Probation Officer, went on a booze and drug binge which culminated in the savage attack on this tiny, frail grandmother.

The defence lawyer stated that his client was ‘genuinely ashamed’. I just bet he was, but ashamed probably because of the size of his plunder from this elderly Lady, and also ashamed because he was caught!

The delusions of which I wrote earlier?

The first is that of Mrs. Elmer-Laird, who was quoted as saying that she hoped her attacker would learn something from his 11 year 5.5 year sentence. Even after the attack, which left her severely injured, she still believes that there is still some good still undiscovered within the mind of this amoral thug.

The second delusion is one which pervades the whole stinking so-called ‘Justice’ system operating in this benighted country of ours, where judges and magistrates bend over backwards to give hardened criminals the ‘benefit of the doubt’; and award them ‘community sentences’, and so allow the hardened clowns to prey once more upon the old, the young and the defenceless, instead of being locked away in a nice, deep hole for a really long time!


By David Vance On October 11th, 2012 at 4:25 pm

I wonder if you agree with this?

Barry Thew has been jailed for four months, plus another four for breaching an earlier suspended sentence, after he was arrested by Greater Manchester Police while wearing a T-shirt saying “One less pig; perfect justice” and “killacopforfun.com hahaaa”. That would be bad enough, but he chose to do it on the day that two police officers, Fiona Bone and Nicola Hughes, were killed in a gun and grenade attack elsewhere in the Greater Manchester area.

It’s obvious this guy is a revolting if not disturved  individual with an unspeakably bad sense of fashion and timing. The T shirt message is appalling. BUT since when did it become a crime to wear a revolting t-shirt? Isn’t this just yet another example of the State being offended for us and criminalising what is stupid but legal behaviour?

… so tie a ****** ribbon round the old oak tree

By Mike Cunningham On October 6th, 2012 at 10:23 am

Treading carefully, as I am forced to do in a time of possible tragedy, I wonder how many besides myself are rather less than either comfortable or indeed receptive to the mass display of public ‘support’ for the search for the now-probably dead April Jones.

What possible value, to either the search or the family, is the purchase, distribution and positioning of literally hundreds of yards of pink ribbon; just because that colour was the little girl’s favourite colour? Are the words from that woman vicar, where she said that ‘as long as there is hope, we shall continue to demonstrate that support’ to be taken as a command from ‘on high’ that further miles of pink ribbon be draped over every fence in that remote Welsh town?

I am sure that it all looks very ‘caring’, but I fail to see how the wearing of small or large lengths of pink ribbon will help the family, the police or the detection and subsequent prosecution of the man who took this smiling child away from her family! I have written before on the false and ridiculous outpourings of collective ‘grief’ upon the death of so-called ‘Slebs’, but again I completely fail to understand the reasons why so many buy bunches of flowers and pile them up against the railings. Apart from a benefit to the profit margins of the local florists, what possible motive applies? When my eldest brother died, his coffin held a single bouquet, but a fairly substantial donation was made to a Cancer Charity in his name; now that is the sort of thing I understand and accept: but rows of ribbon and huge and elaborate bunches of floral tributes? Not for me; thank you very much!

There is a police statistic known as the ‘Golden Day’. It gives a timeline by which news of the abduction should be broadcast, by which time all available police resources should be concentrated on road blocks and traffic searches, by what time the premises of the family and near relatives should be carefully and thoroughly searched; the list goes on; but the hours, and the hope, decrease after the first six hours, and at the end of the first 24 hours, all experienced crime prevention officers mutely accept that the search changes from the rescue of an abducted child to that of a search for the body of an abused and tortured child.

There is, however, another anomaly rising through the tangle of stories and allegations regarding the man who has been arrested over the murder of this small child; and it is simple. What if the police have got things totally wrong? What if Mark Bridger is totally innocent? Not too many people know Wales, and the Welsh; but the little that I know about such places and people tells me one thing; if Mr. Bridger is released without charge, or on a police bail, he had better make arrangements to move pretty quickly, because the type of person who cannot tell the difference between a paeadophile and a paeadiatrician live in Machynlleth, just as they do in Newport.


By David Vance On October 4th, 2012 at 9:27 am

Do you believe there is such a thing as EVIL? How else to explain this…

Missing schoolgirl April Jones suffers from a disability which may require regular medication, it emerged last night. Her grandfather Richard Moon, 69, and step-grandmother Jean Moon, 59, described how the five-year-old has mild cerebral palsy. The brain condition can hinder development and affect posture, balance and movement, but other than experiencing slight problems with her hands, April tries to live a normal life.

WHAT sort of evil bastard would kidnap and perhaps do even worse to such an innocent little child?  I hope she is found alive and well but hope seems to be fading. That ANY man could kidnap this child is almost beyond belief but not beyond evil! Any one who kills a child should lose their life in my view.


By Pete Moore On September 27th, 2012 at 5:40 pm

The Telegraph: A judge has defended the rights of people to protect their homes, telling two burglars shot during a break-in: “That is the chance you take.”

Of course, I would never dream of welcoming a twocker with the Remington 1100 all loaded up, oh no.


By David Vance On September 19th, 2012 at 9:34 am

This story is dominating UK news and I wanted to tackle a few other aspects of it this morning;

A man suspected of killing two female police officers in Greater Manchester had been arrested three months ago over a fatal pub shooting, it has emerged. PC Nicola Hughes, 23, and PC Fiona Bone, 32, were killed in a gun and grenade attack after apparently being lured by a hoax burglary report. Dale Cregan is being held on suspicion of their murders and two others. In June, Mr Cregan, 29, was questioned over the shooting of Mark Short in Manchester and released on bail.

WHY was Cregan at liberty if Police believed he may have killed TWO people? WHY did they send in two unarmed officers to a scene where it was known he may have been hiding? This smacks of official complacency by those in charge who may well be said to have sent these two officers to their death. Also, the father of one of the murdered officers has called for the DEATH PENALTY. Naturally the establishment close their  ears muttering that it is better one hundred WPC’s get shot to death than one innocent man be killed wrongly. But why SHOULD the killer of these two officers get to keep their life when these officers lie in the ground?

As a final insult, the BBC has been droning  on about this being the first “execution” of female police officers in the history of the UK. WRONG. The vile IRA delighted in killing as many female RUC officers as possible.


By Pete Moore On September 4th, 2012 at 11:49 am

What was that your parents told you about lending money to friends? I can understand Julian Assange trying to get out of Dodge. If he was wanted in Sweden “only” for rape allegations then he’d be best served facing the music. Clearly he knows something else is up. You’d think that the bureaucracy can easily handle a fugitive case, yet the Foreign Secretary seems particularly keen on Ecuador coughing him up and the Met Police intends to arrest him under all circumstances. For a simple sex case? Nah, this boy’s in big trouble.

I bet his chums wish they’d twigged sooner. They’ve just lost the bail money they put up. There’s always been a narcissistic air about Assange. Using his pals and their money to buy time while he plans a bunk doesn’t dispell the impression that he thinks the world revolves around him. I’d be tempted to invoice the President of Ecuador in their place.


By David Vance On July 8th, 2012 at 12:50 pm

Did you read this? It’s the thoughts of the brother of Soham child killer Ian Huntley who has spoken about his evil sibling and how he hates the child killer.

Wayne Huntley said: ‘I don’t want him around…I wish he was dead.’ He has laid bare the sickening truth about his brother who murdered 10-year-old Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in Soham, Cambridgeshire in August, 2002. In his book, The Blood We Share, Wayne tells how:

  • His brother has never shown any remorse for the killings or confessed why and how he ended the lives of the innocent schoolgirls.
  • Huntley enjoys his notoriety at Frankland jail, Co Durham, bragging about being in prison with some of Britain’s most evil men.
  • The killer has eaten steak in prison cookery classes and watches Manchester United games on TV – knowing his two innocent victims were wearing the club’s football shirts when he killed them.

Does that sound to you like Huntley is suffering? Of course not. Steak, football, what’s not to like? Meanwhile the families of the murdered girls get to visit graves.

I repeat my view that capital punishment is the ONLY appropriate form of punishment for child killers like Huntley.

Endgame? Not if Slippery has anything to do with it.

By Mike Cunningham On June 29th, 2012 at 8:57 am

So the House finally gets its vote on A-G Holder; and rightly so.

But will this mean a swift delivery of Fast-and-Furious documentation to Congress?

Not if Petulant Barry has a card in the game!