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Adrian Baker said:We're not allowed handguns in the UK... Official Govt policy is that the public aren't allowed such dangerous things, but the criminals are of course.
Just to make it fair, the police aren't normally allowed guns, but when they are, they shoot innocent members of the public for carrying chair legs to the pub to get a mate to repair it. (In the news recently)
Glad I'm not in the dangerous old US....
So how many millions of pounds did the family recieve in the lawsuit? :rofl: :rofl:brewnog said:I don't wanna drag this one too OT (not yet, anyway) but I completely sympathise with the police on that one. The guy had been warned, and he was threatening the cops with what they had reason to believe was a firearm. They had to make a split-second decision, it's just a pity they killed the guy.
If a couple of armed cops asked me to disarm, I'd probably do as they asked, especially if it wasn't even a gun.
Pengwuino said:So how many millions of pounds did the family recieve in the lawsuit? :rofl: :rofl:
Wait a second, you dont live in the US, you wouldnt understand i hope lol