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 Post subject: Re: Should human rights legislation be denied to terrorist
PostPosted: Tue Jan 24, 2017 11:02 am 
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Kevin_Dacombe wrote:
I think the law may well interpret that differently. How about the case of Tony Martin, the man that killed a boy who broke into his house by shooting him in the back? Should Tony Martin have been summarily shot? His gun was illegal.


Pretty sure Harry Stanley's table-leg wasn't illegal when he was shot and killed by the rozzer. Nor Jean Charles de Menezes' ruck-sack.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 25, 2017 3:48 pm 
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Bristol Rich wrote:
Kevin_Dacombe wrote:
I think the law may well interpret that differently. How about the case of Tony Martin, the man that killed a boy who broke into his house by shooting him in the back? Should Tony Martin have been summarily shot? His gun was illegal.


Had he had a gun in his possession in the presence of armed police officers coupled with him being a known drug dealing scumbag then I won't lose much sleep.


Did he? Can't find any links to that, maybe you could show one?

You didn't really answer the question though. And now you're adding on the added "being a known drug dealing scumbag". How can you determine that?

Anyhoos, this doesn't take away that I don't believe summary executions have any place in this country (or any). :-)

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Kevin_Dacombe wrote:
Bristol Rich wrote:
Kevin_Dacombe wrote:
I think the law may well interpret that differently. How about the case of Tony Martin, the man that killed a boy who broke into his house by shooting him in the back? Should Tony Martin have been summarily shot? His gun was illegal.


Had he had a gun in his possession in the presence of armed police officers coupled with him being a known drug dealing scumbag then I won't lose much sleep.


Did he? Can't find any links to that, maybe you could show one?

You didn't really answer the question though. And now you're adding on the added "being a known drug dealing scumbag". How can you determine that?

Anyhoos, this doesn't take away that I don't believe summary executions have any place in this country (or any). :-)


Sorry for the late reply, a firearm was recovered from Yaqub's car and his career as a drug dealer is well documented and he was a career criminal who spread terror. Hats off to the police for making society a better place in this instance.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 17, 2017 4:22 pm 
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I think we're talking about different cases here.

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Kevin_Dacombe wrote:
I think we're talking about different cases here.


Oh okay if you mean the Tony Martin case then you're right that I don't believe the burglars were armed. However Brendon Fearon was a career criminal before the incident and subsequently, a complete scumbag.


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