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Just before 4 am on bank holiday Monday morning. I was awake and watching the GP on catch up when my silent perimeter alarm goes off. This is the cause... Th...
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It never fails to amaze me the number of police who don't know the law
@rob not what i was told buy coppa . you can ask them to stop. if the dont you cant do anything else acording to barnsley police ......
He told my son, it was the red mist, just lost it, someone in his family home middle of the night, wallop. Everyone tried to help him through it and the police tried too. However the injuries were severe and the judge made an example of him.
nope ade you still cannot hurt them in any way. and its dodgey ground to restrain them. you could end up in the knick just for that. great country we live in, now if its unseen thats a different ball game :-)
Oh I have no intention of needing a hole in the forest or anywhere else. I would rather they just didn't bother trying it on with my 'stuff'.
I was under the impression that rules had changed once they set foot over the threshold uninvited... To be fair to the commando he must have taken it easy if the bloke is still breathing..
Be careful what you say, I know of someone who is doing 9 years for battering a burglar, it was some battering though :-)) never break into a commando's house while he is sleeping on the sofa.
Having looked at the amount of damage a paintball can do to an unprotected human at 'close' quarters i would be content that there would be 'minor injuries sustained whilst fleeing the attempted crime scene', certainly visible for a few days at least. There are no restrictions on personal ownership of airsoft or paintball projectile weapons so anyone setting foot on my drive after dark is fair game in my book.
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