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 Posted 19/09/2011 10:09:19
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-14963811

Saw on Sky News that friends and relatives have been leaving tributes outside the house where the bloke was killed. Does anyone else find that extremely bad taste? He was killed because he broke in to somebody else's house to rob them, quite possibly threatened the householders wife and child who arrived during the incident and he defended his home and family.

The guy was a criminal, he is not deserving of "tributes", he got what he deserved, but people's warped sense of morals in this country mean they think it is appropriate to leave flowers outside a house where their relative was caught robbing. Whilst they maybe saddened by his death...they should be ashamed as well!

Also I wonder how long it will be before burglars start becoming more violent, because of the increased possbility of violence from home-owners. Everyone is entitled to protect their property and family, I just fear what the response of the criminal fratenity will be to a percieved increase in danger to their criminal activity.

 
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 Posted 19/09/2011 10:15:07
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Yeah bit of a piss take laying them outside the house. But his family are still entitled to grieve...

If the homeowner gets prosecuted then it will be a sad day for justice...
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 Posted 19/09/2011 10:18:12
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Last one wasn't, doubt this one will be either, unless other facts come to light which change the situation drastically...ie they knew each other and he wasn't there committing a burglary but instead having a row about something else.


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 Posted 19/09/2011 10:18:51
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Yeah bit of a piss take laying them outside the house. But his family are still entitled to grieve...

If the homeowner gets prosecuted then it will be a sad day for justice...


Not saying they are not entitled to grieve...but outside the house of the poor buggers the deceased was trying to rob? Stupid and in bad taste.

Hopefully the homeowner won't get prosecuted, unless there is more to it than simply defending his property and family.
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 Posted 19/09/2011 10:29:33
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Couldn't agree with you more waxy. The CPS will likely throw this out luckily. But the idea of people publicly morning a criminal outside the family home he targeted, well it just shows the lack of moral awareness in our society. 

Good on the homeowner for doing the necessary to defend his family (assuming, as kaos raised, that the initial reports are accurate).
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 Posted 19/09/2011 10:55:59
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Yeah bit of a piss take laying them outside the house. But his family are still entitled to grieve...

If the homeowner gets prosecuted then it will be a sad day for justice...


Not saying they are not entitled to grieve...but outside the house of the poor buggers the deceased was trying to rob? Stupid and in bad taste.

Hopefully the homeowner won't get prosecuted, unless there is more to it than simply defending his property and family.


Sorry I phrased that badly, I was agreeing with you :hehe:
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 Posted 19/09/2011 11:35:57
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Without sounding callous, yes they're entitled to grieve... but the homeowner under those circumstances should also be allowed to burn the bloody flowers and stamp on their ashes without fear of prosecution...

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 Posted 19/09/2011 12:24:26
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that's ridiculous!!! imagine how the home owner feels, looking out his window and being constantly reminded he had to kill another human to protect his family (righteously), I personally wouldn't want that reminder playing on my mind and would want to get over it.

There are much more appropriate ways to grieve.


I hope, if there are know hidden reasons, the CPS sees the reasoning and he is ok.


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Post #871760
 Posted 19/09/2011 12:39:13
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disgusting. why not leave teh flowers at the perps house? I'd throw them out instantly!

 

 

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