» Friday, October 28, 2005

Reasonable Force

Asked what the latest on "burglar bashing" was, the PMOS said he thought the journalist was asking about the use of reasonable force against intruders, which was a more bureaucratic way of putting it! The PMOS said our position had not changed.

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  1. Our position being, we’re allowed to gun people down on public transport, no problem. Try sticking one on a burglar though, see how far you get. It’s easier for the fascist boot boys, I mean police, to get a conviction these days by charging the bloke what did the hittin’; all the evidence you’ll ever need is right there in front of you, no need to lift a finger elsewhere.

    Comment by PapaLazzzaru — 28 Oct 2005 on 8:20 pm | Link

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