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Some right dodgy geezers

I trust you have all been following the latest developments relating to the Hatton Garden 'heist'.
The 'firm' responsible have an average age of 60 and include 3 OAPs.

Now I know that (assuming they are found guilty) they are bad guys, but I can't help admiring their initiative. I can't think of any other crime planned and executed successfully by a bunch of old gimmers who should by rights be watching daytime telly or blocking the aisles at Asda with their mrs.
Nobody got hurt, and most of the stuff they nicked was probably either nicked itself or being hidden from HMRC's prying eyesI

They will undoubtedly 'go down for a stretch', whilst there are RBS bankers walking free waving big fat wads that they made via dodgy financial transactions using taxpayers money.
smiling badger

Yep, agree with you. Not that the eyes of the law will see things that way.
Think that i may start up a Facebook page ' Free The Hatton Garden Robbers'.
Late Doors

Aye, Couple of week ago a bloke got killed in Hudders town centre outside KFC in what was described as an attack. He was 69 and as soon as i heard it was after 11 at night on a Wednesday I knew I'd know him. Sure enough i did. Not well, not even conversationally but he was well known to all regular town centre pub goers. He was an eccentric, kept himself to himself and just made you smile every time you saw him. He was a professor but cleaned the streets up in Holme Valley.

It's not officially known what happened but Hudders is not a massive place and the bongo drums have been beating. A few young lads have been charged and the original murder charge dropped to manslaughter. Although it is wrong to speculate at this stage it isn't hard to imagine what's gone on here. Not wanting to be trite or to trivialise this senseless killing but I'll be comparing sentences with the  Hatton garden heist.
sheeps

Late Doors wrote:
Aye, Couple of week ago a bloke got killed in Hudders town centre outside KFC in what was described as an attack. He was 69 and as soon as i heard it was after 11 at night on a Wednesday I knew I'd know him. Sure enough i did. Not well, not even conversationally but he was well known to all regular town centre pub goers. He was an eccentric, kept himself to himself and just made you smile every time you saw him. He was a professor but cleaned the streets up in Holme Valley.

It's not officially known what happened but Hudders is not a massive place and the bongo drums have been beating. A few young lads have been charged and the original murder charge dropped to manslaughter. Although it is wrong to speculate at this stage it isn't hard to imagine what's gone on here. Not wanting to be trite or to trivialise this senseless killing but I'll be comparing sentences with the  Hatton garden heist.




Tragic.

What would posses a young man to hit a bloke 69 years old?
Dock

sheeps wrote:
Late Doors wrote:
Aye, Couple of week ago a bloke got killed in Hudders town centre outside KFC in what was described as an attack. He was 69 and as soon as i heard it was after 11 at night on a Wednesday I knew I'd know him. Sure enough i did. Not well, not even conversationally but he was well known to all regular town centre pub goers. He was an eccentric, kept himself to himself and just made you smile every time you saw him. He was a professor but cleaned the streets up in Holme Valley.

It's not officially known what happened but Hudders is not a massive place and the bongo drums have been beating. A few young lads have been charged and the original murder charge dropped to manslaughter. Although it is wrong to speculate at this stage it isn't hard to imagine what's gone on here. Not wanting to be trite or to trivialise this senseless killing but I'll be comparing sentences with the  Hatton garden heist.




Tragic.

What would posses a young man to hit a bloke 69 years old?


If I was a betting man (leave it) I'd give you 9-4 On that its solely down to alcohol intake.
sheeps

Dock wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Late Doors wrote:
Aye, Couple of week ago a bloke got killed in Hudders town centre outside KFC in what was described as an attack. He was 69 and as soon as i heard it was after 11 at night on a Wednesday I knew I'd know him. Sure enough i did. Not well, not even conversationally but he was well known to all regular town centre pub goers. He was an eccentric, kept himself to himself and just made you smile every time you saw him. He was a professor but cleaned the streets up in Holme Valley.

It's not officially known what happened but Hudders is not a massive place and the bongo drums have been beating. A few young lads have been charged and the original murder charge dropped to manslaughter. Although it is wrong to speculate at this stage it isn't hard to imagine what's gone on here. Not wanting to be trite or to trivialise this senseless killing but I'll be comparing sentences with the  Hatton garden heist.




Tragic.

What would posses a young man to hit a bloke 69 years old?


If I was a betting man (leave it) I'd give you 9-4 On that its solely down to alcohol intake.



Absolutely, but still no reason.
Dock

sheeps wrote:
Dock wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Late Doors wrote:
Aye, Couple of week ago a bloke got killed in Hudders town centre outside KFC in what was described as an attack. He was 69 and as soon as i heard it was after 11 at night on a Wednesday I knew I'd know him. Sure enough i did. Not well, not even conversationally but he was well known to all regular town centre pub goers. He was an eccentric, kept himself to himself and just made you smile every time you saw him. He was a professor but cleaned the streets up in Holme Valley.

It's not officially known what happened but Hudders is not a massive place and the bongo drums have been beating. A few young lads have been charged and the original murder charge dropped to manslaughter. Although it is wrong to speculate at this stage it isn't hard to imagine what's gone on here. Not wanting to be trite or to trivialise this senseless killing but I'll be comparing sentences with the  Hatton garden heist.




Tragic.

What would posses a young man to hit a bloke 69 years old?


If I was a betting man (leave it) I'd give you 9-4 On that its solely down to alcohol intake.



Absolutely, but still no reason.


I wholly agree with you yer silly fecker! Just saying it was probably booze-related. As for punching 69 year-olds.....keep on, just keep on.

*gets LD to hold coat*
sheeps

Dock wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Dock wrote:
sheeps wrote:
Late Doors wrote:
Aye, Couple of week ago a bloke got killed in Hudders town centre outside KFC in what was described as an attack. He was 69 and as soon as i heard it was after 11 at night on a Wednesday I knew I'd know him. Sure enough i did. Not well, not even conversationally but he was well known to all regular town centre pub goers. He was an eccentric, kept himself to himself and just made you smile every time you saw him. He was a professor but cleaned the streets up in Holme Valley.

It's not officially known what happened but Hudders is not a massive place and the bongo drums have been beating. A few young lads have been charged and the original murder charge dropped to manslaughter. Although it is wrong to speculate at this stage it isn't hard to imagine what's gone on here. Not wanting to be trite or to trivialise this senseless killing but I'll be comparing sentences with the  Hatton garden heist.




Tragic.

What would posses a young man to hit a bloke 69 years old?


If I was a betting man (leave it) I'd give you 9-4 On that its solely down to alcohol intake.



Absolutely, but still no reason.


I wholly agree with you yer silly fecker! Just saying it was probably booze-related. As for punching 69 year-olds.....keep on, just keep on.

*gets LD to hold coat*



I know you know, I was reiterating.

*waits for Dock's army to turn up*
Late Doors

*Slaps the pair of em on t' legs*

Im still pretty cut up about this. Its just crap.
Heyho

Late Doors wrote:
*Slaps the pair of em on t' legs*

Im still pretty cut up about this. Its just crap.


Puts a lot of things into perspective.

If you have a loved one who has terminal cancer then you have several months of closure.

If you have a loved one who steps in front of a juggernaut and gets killed you think 'bloody hell what a waste' or as an old mate of mine said a couple of years ago when it happened to his mum, 'silly bugger'

If you have a loved one that goes out for a few pints, staggers home and some mindless twat stabs them to death, well you start thinking a whole lot of other things.
Dock

I'll be quite honest, If something as mindless as that happened to one of my loved ones I might give up on logic and take a long slow approach at horrific revenge....but that's probably the inner-Liberal screaming out of me.

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