90-year-old Bexleyheath woman has £1,500 of cash and jewellery nicked after two men pretend to be policemen

90-year-old woman has £1,500 of cash and jewellery nicked after two men pretend to be policemen

90-year-old woman has £1,500 of cash and jewellery nicked after two men pretend to be policemen

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A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers.

Bexley Police are investigating the burglary which took place during the early evening in Horsham Road, Bexleyheath on Friday (March 28).

The men told the woman that they had stopped two youths outside the address and needed to check to see whether she was missing any jewellery. As one of the suspects distracted the victim the other went into the bedroom and stole jewellery and cash totalling around £1,500.

The suspects are described as being white males, aged between 20 and 30 years old, 5'10" tall, slim build with dark brown hair.

Detective Brad Clough from Bexley Police said "Pretending to be a police officer or claiming to be from a utility company like ‘the Water Board’ is the most common technique that these thieves use to trick their way into peoples homes.

"Before opening your door, check who’s calling and if you are at all suspicious of anyone, do not hesitate to call us on 999.

"I would also ask people to keep an eye out for vulnerable neighbours and if you see anything suspicious or if you have had a dubious caller at your door, please report it to the police immediately.

"We need your help to ensure these criminals are brought to justice.”

Police held a street briefing in Horsham Road in the evening of Saturday (March 29) which 21 people attended to hear crime prevention advice and see if anyone could provide any information that could lead to solving the crime.

"Police advice is to never let anyone into their homes without being shown the correct identification. Enquiries continue."

Anyone with any information should contact Bexley Police's CID on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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1:01pm Tue 1 Apr 14

white rabbit9 says...

In other words the men claiming to be policemen were not under there oath of office. People, the police are like you and me, because they wear a costume make's them no greater or powerful. Under common jurisdiction they hold no power unless a crime has been commited.

1. no harm no loss no injury.

Anything else you can tell the costumed idiots to, do one. We need constables to keep the peace and that is all the tax payer pays them to do, anything else is FRAUD.

Learn: lawful vs legal
In other words the men claiming to be policemen were not under there oath of office. People, the police are like you and me, because they wear a costume make's them no greater or powerful. Under common jurisdiction they hold no power unless a crime has been commited. 1. no harm no loss no injury. Anything else you can tell the costumed idiots to, do one. We need constables to keep the peace and that is all the tax payer pays them to do, anything else is FRAUD. Learn: lawful vs legal white rabbit9
  • Score: -32

1:59pm Tue 1 Apr 14

concerned.erith says...

white rabbit9
I hope you have no elderly relatives that fall foul of the low lifes that commit this type of crime.
white rabbit9 I hope you have no elderly relatives that fall foul of the low lifes that commit this type of crime. concerned.erith
  • Score: 10

2:26pm Tue 1 Apr 14

mumcabs says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
In other words the men claiming to be policemen were not under there oath of office. People, the police are like you and me, because they wear a costume make's them no greater or powerful. Under common jurisdiction they hold no power unless a crime has been commited.

1. no harm no loss no injury.

Anything else you can tell the costumed idiots to, do one. We need constables to keep the peace and that is all the tax payer pays them to do, anything else is FRAUD.

Learn: lawful vs legal
What on earth are you going on about ?
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: In other words the men claiming to be policemen were not under there oath of office. People, the police are like you and me, because they wear a costume make's them no greater or powerful. Under common jurisdiction they hold no power unless a crime has been commited. 1. no harm no loss no injury. Anything else you can tell the costumed idiots to, do one. We need constables to keep the peace and that is all the tax payer pays them to do, anything else is FRAUD. Learn: lawful vs legal[/p][/quote]What on earth are you going on about ? mumcabs
  • Score: 10

3:12pm Tue 1 Apr 14

white rabbit9 says...

A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers.

The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing.

what is the difference in this and say................p
olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home?

FRAUD!!

Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.
A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers. The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing. what is the difference in this and say................p olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home? FRAUD!! Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession. white rabbit9
  • Score: -32

3:55pm Tue 1 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers.

The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing.

what is the difference in this and say................p

olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home?

FRAUD!!

Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.
For someone with so much to say you aren't very well informed. Bailiffs are NOT allowed to call the police to help gain entry. Police will only attend to prevent any trouble kicking off while the bailiffs are entering a property.

Why let the facts get in the way of another senseless White Rabbit rant.
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers. The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing. what is the difference in this and say................p olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home? FRAUD!! Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.[/p][/quote]For someone with so much to say you aren't very well informed. Bailiffs are NOT allowed to call the police to help gain entry. Police will only attend to prevent any trouble kicking off while the bailiffs are entering a property. Why let the facts get in the way of another senseless White Rabbit rant. JoeBlobbs
  • Score: 28

4:20pm Tue 1 Apr 14

white rabbit9 says...

JoeBlobbs wrote:
white rabbit9 wrote:
A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers.

The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing.

what is the difference in this and say................p


olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home?

FRAUD!!

Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.
For someone with so much to say you aren't very well informed. Bailiffs are NOT allowed to call the police to help gain entry. Police will only attend to prevent any trouble kicking off while the bailiffs are entering a property.

Why let the facts get in the way of another senseless White Rabbit rant.
YOU ARE SO MISINFORMED and CLUELESS. Check out people's stories on youtube. People are filming these evictions and the police are happy to let the bailiffs do what ever they want. YOU'RE clueless.
[quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers. The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing. what is the difference in this and say................p olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home? FRAUD!! Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.[/p][/quote]For someone with so much to say you aren't very well informed. Bailiffs are NOT allowed to call the police to help gain entry. Police will only attend to prevent any trouble kicking off while the bailiffs are entering a property. Why let the facts get in the way of another senseless White Rabbit rant.[/p][/quote]YOU ARE SO MISINFORMED and CLUELESS. Check out people's stories on youtube. People are filming these evictions and the police are happy to let the bailiffs do what ever they want. YOU'RE clueless. white rabbit9
  • Score: -15

4:28pm Tue 1 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
JoeBlobbs wrote:
white rabbit9 wrote:
A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers.

The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing.

what is the difference in this and say................p



olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home?

FRAUD!!

Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.
For someone with so much to say you aren't very well informed. Bailiffs are NOT allowed to call the police to help gain entry. Police will only attend to prevent any trouble kicking off while the bailiffs are entering a property.

Why let the facts get in the way of another senseless White Rabbit rant.
YOU ARE SO MISINFORMED and CLUELESS. Check out people's stories on youtube. People are filming these evictions and the police are happy to let the bailiffs do what ever they want. YOU'RE clueless.
Ah yes, one of your many reference points... YouTube. That great media outlet where everything is exactly as it seems.

You just think whatever your cerebral power will allow my friend paying no regard to actual laws which are there in this case to protect both sides.

Please show me an example where the police are actually 'helping' the bailiffs and I will apologise to you profusely and contact the relevant authorities to highlight this act of criminality by the police.
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers. The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing. what is the difference in this and say................p olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home? FRAUD!! Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.[/p][/quote]For someone with so much to say you aren't very well informed. Bailiffs are NOT allowed to call the police to help gain entry. Police will only attend to prevent any trouble kicking off while the bailiffs are entering a property. Why let the facts get in the way of another senseless White Rabbit rant.[/p][/quote]YOU ARE SO MISINFORMED and CLUELESS. Check out people's stories on youtube. People are filming these evictions and the police are happy to let the bailiffs do what ever they want. YOU'RE clueless.[/p][/quote]Ah yes, one of your many reference points... YouTube. That great media outlet where everything is exactly as it seems. You just think whatever your cerebral power will allow my friend paying no regard to actual laws which are there in this case to protect both sides. Please show me an example where the police are actually 'helping' the bailiffs and I will apologise to you profusely and contact the relevant authorities to highlight this act of criminality by the police. JoeBlobbs
  • Score: 18

4:35pm Tue 1 Apr 14

Joelo says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
JoeBlobbs wrote:
white rabbit9 wrote:
A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers.

The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing.

what is the difference in this and say................p



olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home?

FRAUD!!

Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.
For someone with so much to say you aren't very well informed. Bailiffs are NOT allowed to call the police to help gain entry. Police will only attend to prevent any trouble kicking off while the bailiffs are entering a property.

Why let the facts get in the way of another senseless White Rabbit rant.
YOU ARE SO MISINFORMED and CLUELESS. Check out people's stories on youtube. People are filming these evictions and the police are happy to let the bailiffs do what ever they want. YOU'RE clueless.
I have no idea what point you are trying to make however you are failing miserably!

Back to the report, people that commit these crimes on elderly and vulnerable victims are the lowest of the low and need a good beating! absolute scum bags
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers. The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing. what is the difference in this and say................p olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home? FRAUD!! Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.[/p][/quote]For someone with so much to say you aren't very well informed. Bailiffs are NOT allowed to call the police to help gain entry. Police will only attend to prevent any trouble kicking off while the bailiffs are entering a property. Why let the facts get in the way of another senseless White Rabbit rant.[/p][/quote]YOU ARE SO MISINFORMED and CLUELESS. Check out people's stories on youtube. People are filming these evictions and the police are happy to let the bailiffs do what ever they want. YOU'RE clueless.[/p][/quote]I have no idea what point you are trying to make however you are failing miserably! Back to the report, people that commit these crimes on elderly and vulnerable victims are the lowest of the low and need a good beating! absolute scum bags Joelo
  • Score: 1

5:17pm Tue 1 Apr 14

dee2009 says...

Omg i read it all now,it does not matter who is in the right or wrong with the bailiffs or police, There a poor lady here that been robbed and the word scum is too good of a word for them,Let hope it don't happen to one there family young or old.
Omg i read it all now,it does not matter who is in the right or wrong with the bailiffs or police, There a poor lady here that been robbed and the word scum is too good of a word for them,Let hope it don't happen to one there family young or old. dee2009
  • Score: 20

5:20pm Tue 1 Apr 14

reasonable75 says...

mumcabs wrote:
white rabbit9 wrote:
In other words the men claiming to be policemen were not under there oath of office. People, the police are like you and me, because they wear a costume make's them no greater or powerful. Under common jurisdiction they hold no power unless a crime has been commited.

1. no harm no loss no injury.

Anything else you can tell the costumed idiots to, do one. We need constables to keep the peace and that is all the tax payer pays them to do, anything else is FRAUD.

Learn: lawful vs legal
What on earth are you going on about ?
Just his usual rantings
[quote][p][bold]mumcabs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: In other words the men claiming to be policemen were not under there oath of office. People, the police are like you and me, because they wear a costume make's them no greater or powerful. Under common jurisdiction they hold no power unless a crime has been commited. 1. no harm no loss no injury. Anything else you can tell the costumed idiots to, do one. We need constables to keep the peace and that is all the tax payer pays them to do, anything else is FRAUD. Learn: lawful vs legal[/p][/quote]What on earth are you going on about ?[/p][/quote]Just his usual rantings reasonable75
  • Score: 0

5:30pm Tue 1 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

dee2009 wrote:
Omg i read it all now,it does not matter who is in the right or wrong with the bailiffs or police, There a poor lady here that been robbed and the word scum is too good of a word for them,Let hope it don't happen to one there family young or old.
dee, the point i was trying to highlight is yet another thread hijacked by White Rabbit for its own agenda. Very often the content is so far removed from reality or has more holes in it than a block of swiss cheese.

I agree that forums should concentrate on the subject and sincerely hope these lowlifes are caught and banged up.

Note to White Rabbit, I think people are finally getting tired/bored of your constant rants. Go find somewhere else to annoy the public please.
[quote][p][bold]dee2009[/bold] wrote: Omg i read it all now,it does not matter who is in the right or wrong with the bailiffs or police, There a poor lady here that been robbed and the word scum is too good of a word for them,Let hope it don't happen to one there family young or old.[/p][/quote]dee, the point i was trying to highlight is yet another thread hijacked by White Rabbit for its own agenda. Very often the content is so far removed from reality or has more holes in it than a block of swiss cheese. I agree that forums should concentrate on the subject and sincerely hope these lowlifes are caught and banged up. Note to White Rabbit, I think people are finally getting tired/bored of your constant rants. Go find somewhere else to annoy the public please. JoeBlobbs
  • Score: 28

11:27pm Tue 1 Apr 14

white rabbit9 says...

Note to White Rabbit, I think people are finally getting tired/bored of your constant rants. Go find somewhere else to annoy the public please.
--------------------
---
Just because I pi$$ off the liberal minded?

You should start to question, "low life's". From what I can see, "low life's" exist in all the spectrum of life. The 1% are the biggest low life's that control the world with there made up fake "money" and put us all into this massive mind control called DEBT! You can't stop these people doing what they do until you get to WHY.......WHY it is happening in the first place. Open your mind and stop focusing on the small things, it will get you no where.
Note to White Rabbit, I think people are finally getting tired/bored of your constant rants. Go find somewhere else to annoy the public please. -------------------- --- Just because I pi$$ off the liberal minded? You should start to question, "low life's". From what I can see, "low life's" exist in all the spectrum of life. The 1% are the biggest low life's that control the world with there made up fake "money" and put us all into this massive mind control called DEBT! You can't stop these people doing what they do until you get to WHY.......WHY it is happening in the first place. Open your mind and stop focusing on the small things, it will get you no where. white rabbit9
  • Score: 7

11:30pm Tue 1 Apr 14

white rabbit9 says...

JoeBlobbs wrote:
white rabbit9 wrote:
JoeBlobbs wrote:
white rabbit9 wrote:
A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers.

The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing.

what is the difference in this and say................p




olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home?

FRAUD!!

Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.
For someone with so much to say you aren't very well informed. Bailiffs are NOT allowed to call the police to help gain entry. Police will only attend to prevent any trouble kicking off while the bailiffs are entering a property.

Why let the facts get in the way of another senseless White Rabbit rant.
YOU ARE SO MISINFORMED and CLUELESS. Check out people's stories on youtube. People are filming these evictions and the police are happy to let the bailiffs do what ever they want. YOU'RE clueless.
Ah yes, one of your many reference points... YouTube. That great media outlet where everything is exactly as it seems.

You just think whatever your cerebral power will allow my friend paying no regard to actual laws which are there in this case to protect both sides.

Please show me an example where the police are actually 'helping' the bailiffs and I will apologise to you profusely and contact the relevant authorities to highlight this act of criminality by the police.
https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=usdqo6u2
AVg

Watch this and learn.
[quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: A 90-year-old woman had £1,500 of jewellery and cash stolen after she let two men into her home who claimed to be police officers. The old school who believe in costumes. Times are a changing. what is the difference in this and say................p olice entering your home and helping baliffs reposs your home? FRAUD!! Time to learn because we are heading towards a massive recession.[/p][/quote]For someone with so much to say you aren't very well informed. Bailiffs are NOT allowed to call the police to help gain entry. Police will only attend to prevent any trouble kicking off while the bailiffs are entering a property. Why let the facts get in the way of another senseless White Rabbit rant.[/p][/quote]YOU ARE SO MISINFORMED and CLUELESS. Check out people's stories on youtube. People are filming these evictions and the police are happy to let the bailiffs do what ever they want. YOU'RE clueless.[/p][/quote]Ah yes, one of your many reference points... YouTube. That great media outlet where everything is exactly as it seems. You just think whatever your cerebral power will allow my friend paying no regard to actual laws which are there in this case to protect both sides. Please show me an example where the police are actually 'helping' the bailiffs and I will apologise to you profusely and contact the relevant authorities to highlight this act of criminality by the police.[/p][/quote]https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=usdqo6u2 AVg Watch this and learn. white rabbit9
  • Score: -56

11:34pm Tue 1 Apr 14

white rabbit9 says...

https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=08dOLqjs
MFQ

You sound like jeremy kyle with his facebook. lol It's called 'filter' the human filters out reality from fiction.
https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=08dOLqjs MFQ You sound like jeremy kyle with his facebook. lol It's called 'filter' the human filters out reality from fiction. white rabbit9
  • Score: 2

11:47pm Tue 1 Apr 14

white rabbit9 says...

dee2009 wrote:
Omg i read it all now,it does not matter who is in the right or wrong with the bailiffs or police, There a poor lady here that been robbed and the word scum is too good of a word for them,Let hope it don't happen to one there family young or old.
You are missing the point, the old school believed in the police, that the police were the good guys. the swinging 60's the police where the good ole folk you could almost rely on to help you out and them to protect you. The older generation believe that if a 'person' in a uniform automatically makes them the 'police' and to be trusted. Today an english mans house is his castle and never should you let in even a policeman especially nowadays as they are recruiting the worst 'narcissitic', EGO headed, brutally ignorant people the system can get it's hands on. The banks are stopping the circulation of money, 'DEBT' which means people are going to lose there houses through the 'system'. The banks created the problems and using the police and the courts to take possessions of the houses, all I might add are completely unlawfull, = FRAUD!!
People have been so conditioned, this is why we have this situation with this old lady being robbed. Things are getting worse everyday.
[quote][p][bold]dee2009[/bold] wrote: Omg i read it all now,it does not matter who is in the right or wrong with the bailiffs or police, There a poor lady here that been robbed and the word scum is too good of a word for them,Let hope it don't happen to one there family young or old.[/p][/quote]You are missing the point, the old school believed in the police, that the police were the good guys. the swinging 60's the police where the good ole folk you could almost rely on to help you out and them to protect you. The older generation believe that if a 'person' in a uniform automatically makes them the 'police' and to be trusted. Today an english mans house is his castle and never should you let in even a policeman especially nowadays as they are recruiting the worst 'narcissitic', EGO headed, brutally ignorant people the system can get it's hands on. The banks are stopping the circulation of money, 'DEBT' which means people are going to lose there houses through the 'system'. The banks created the problems and using the police and the courts to take possessions of the houses, all I might add are completely unlawfull, = FRAUD!! People have been so conditioned, this is why we have this situation with this old lady being robbed. Things are getting worse everyday. white rabbit9
  • Score: -280

8:25am Wed 2 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
https://www.youtube.

com/watch?v=08dOLqjs

MFQ

You sound like jeremy kyle with his facebook. lol It's called 'filter' the human filters out reality from fiction.
Jeremy Kyle references now, you really are the gift that keeps on giving.

Are you a viewer or guest of his show?
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=08dOLqjs MFQ You sound like jeremy kyle with his facebook. lol It's called 'filter' the human filters out reality from fiction.[/p][/quote]Jeremy Kyle references now, you really are the gift that keeps on giving. Are you a viewer or guest of his show? JoeBlobbs
  • Score: 1595

12:38pm Wed 2 Apr 14

PaulErith says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
In other words the men claiming to be policemen were not under there oath of office. People, the police are like you and me, because they wear a costume make's them no greater or powerful. Under common jurisdiction they hold no power unless a crime has been commited.

1. no harm no loss no injury.

Anything else you can tell the costumed idiots to, do one. We need constables to keep the peace and that is all the tax payer pays them to do, anything else is FRAUD.

Learn: lawful vs legal
What has any of that got to do with the fact that this poor old woman was tricked into losing a lot of money? It doesn't really matter whether they were pretending to be policemen, a gas man coming to read the meter, etc. The point is that they're scum that stole from a vulnerable old lady. Sometimes rather than spouting on about your own failing agenda, make a relevant comment to the story. People on here don't give a sh!t about your naff arguments about the police and what authority they do/don't have!
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: In other words the men claiming to be policemen were not under there oath of office. People, the police are like you and me, because they wear a costume make's them no greater or powerful. Under common jurisdiction they hold no power unless a crime has been commited. 1. no harm no loss no injury. Anything else you can tell the costumed idiots to, do one. We need constables to keep the peace and that is all the tax payer pays them to do, anything else is FRAUD. Learn: lawful vs legal[/p][/quote]What has any of that got to do with the fact that this poor old woman was tricked into losing a lot of money? It doesn't really matter whether they were pretending to be policemen, a gas man coming to read the meter, etc. The point is that they're scum that stole from a vulnerable old lady. Sometimes rather than spouting on about your own failing agenda, make a relevant comment to the story. People on here don't give a sh!t about your naff arguments about the police and what authority they do/don't have! PaulErith
  • Score: 1

1:15pm Wed 2 Apr 14

dee2009 says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
dee2009 wrote:
Omg i read it all now,it does not matter who is in the right or wrong with the bailiffs or police, There a poor lady here that been robbed and the word scum is too good of a word for them,Let hope it don't happen to one there family young or old.
You are missing the point, the old school believed in the police, that the police were the good guys. the swinging 60's the police where the good ole folk you could almost rely on to help you out and them to protect you. The older generation believe that if a 'person' in a uniform automatically makes them the 'police' and to be trusted. Today an english mans house is his castle and never should you let in even a policeman especially nowadays as they are recruiting the worst 'narcissitic', EGO headed, brutally ignorant people the system can get it's hands on. The banks are stopping the circulation of money, 'DEBT' which means people are going to lose there houses through the 'system'. The banks created the problems and using the police and the courts to take possessions of the houses, all I might add are completely unlawfull, = FRAUD!!
People have been so conditioned, this is why we have this situation with this old lady being robbed. Things are getting worse everyday.
what the hell has this got to do with the pool lady
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dee2009[/bold] wrote: Omg i read it all now,it does not matter who is in the right or wrong with the bailiffs or police, There a poor lady here that been robbed and the word scum is too good of a word for them,Let hope it don't happen to one there family young or old.[/p][/quote]You are missing the point, the old school believed in the police, that the police were the good guys. the swinging 60's the police where the good ole folk you could almost rely on to help you out and them to protect you. The older generation believe that if a 'person' in a uniform automatically makes them the 'police' and to be trusted. Today an english mans house is his castle and never should you let in even a policeman especially nowadays as they are recruiting the worst 'narcissitic', EGO headed, brutally ignorant people the system can get it's hands on. The banks are stopping the circulation of money, 'DEBT' which means people are going to lose there houses through the 'system'. The banks created the problems and using the police and the courts to take possessions of the houses, all I might add are completely unlawfull, = FRAUD!! People have been so conditioned, this is why we have this situation with this old lady being robbed. Things are getting worse everyday.[/p][/quote]what the hell has this got to do with the pool lady dee2009
  • Score: 2

2:51pm Wed 2 Apr 14

ความจริง says...

Scum, they need a good kicking !
Scum, they need a good kicking ! ความจริง
  • Score: -12

3:32pm Wed 2 Apr 14

DJHMOTT says...

'Nicked' ??? What sort of headline is that Newsshopper? So unprofessional.
'Nicked' ??? What sort of headline is that Newsshopper? So unprofessional. DJHMOTT
  • Score: 30

3:52pm Wed 2 Apr 14

the wall says...

DJHMOTT wrote:
'Nicked' ??? What sort of headline is that Newsshopper? So unprofessional.
You don't pay anything to use this site, so if you don't like what you read go some where else.
[quote][p][bold]DJHMOTT[/bold] wrote: 'Nicked' ??? What sort of headline is that Newsshopper? So unprofessional.[/p][/quote]You don't pay anything to use this site, so if you don't like what you read go some where else. the wall
  • Score: -35

6:04pm Wed 2 Apr 14

DJHMOTT says...

It's not about if you pay to read it or not, it's about professionalism. Why so rude the wall?
It's not about if you pay to read it or not, it's about professionalism. Why so rude the wall? DJHMOTT
  • Score: 40

7:45pm Wed 2 Apr 14

white rabbit9 says...

What has any of that got to do with the fact that this poor old woman was tricked into losing a lot of money? It doesn't really matter whether they were pretending to be policemen, a gas man coming to read the meter, etc.
-----------------
That is thte point, the gits used costume's and old people, well most people obey what a person has on as a uniform, we've been conditioned to believe someone with a uniform has power over us. Why do you think their are so many people wearing high visable jackets.
What has any of that got to do with the fact that this poor old woman was tricked into losing a lot of money? It doesn't really matter whether they were pretending to be policemen, a gas man coming to read the meter, etc. ----------------- That is thte point, the gits used costume's and old people, well most people obey what a person has on as a uniform, we've been conditioned to believe someone with a uniform has power over us. Why do you think their are so many people wearing high visable jackets. white rabbit9
  • Score: -380

11:27pm Wed 2 Apr 14

JoeBlobbs says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
What has any of that got to do with the fact that this poor old woman was tricked into losing a lot of money? It doesn't really matter whether they were pretending to be policemen, a gas man coming to read the meter, etc.
-----------------
That is thte point, the gits used costume's and old people, well most people obey what a person has on as a uniform, we've been conditioned to believe someone with a uniform has power over us. Why do you think their are so many people wearing high visable jackets.
so they can be seen?
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: What has any of that got to do with the fact that this poor old woman was tricked into losing a lot of money? It doesn't really matter whether they were pretending to be policemen, a gas man coming to read the meter, etc. ----------------- That is thte point, the gits used costume's and old people, well most people obey what a person has on as a uniform, we've been conditioned to believe someone with a uniform has power over us. Why do you think their are so many people wearing high visable jackets.[/p][/quote]so they can be seen? JoeBlobbs
  • Score: -32

8:33am Thu 3 Apr 14

PaulErith says...

JoeBlobbs wrote:
white rabbit9 wrote:
What has any of that got to do with the fact that this poor old woman was tricked into losing a lot of money? It doesn't really matter whether they were pretending to be policemen, a gas man coming to read the meter, etc.
-----------------
That is thte point, the gits used costume's and old people, well most people obey what a person has on as a uniform, we've been conditioned to believe someone with a uniform has power over us. Why do you think their are so many people wearing high visable jackets.
so they can be seen?
Exactly. That's laughable that WR9 thinks people wear high vis jackets so that they can feel more authoritative.
[quote][p][bold]JoeBlobbs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: What has any of that got to do with the fact that this poor old woman was tricked into losing a lot of money? It doesn't really matter whether they were pretending to be policemen, a gas man coming to read the meter, etc. ----------------- That is thte point, the gits used costume's and old people, well most people obey what a person has on as a uniform, we've been conditioned to believe someone with a uniform has power over us. Why do you think their are so many people wearing high visable jackets.[/p][/quote]so they can be seen?[/p][/quote]Exactly. That's laughable that WR9 thinks people wear high vis jackets so that they can feel more authoritative. PaulErith
  • Score: -3

10:51am Thu 3 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

DJHMOTT wrote:
It's not about if you pay to read it or not, it's about professionalism. Why so rude the wall?
Because at most, The Wall likes a good argument, and is a bit ignorant when suits too. See. It's not just rudeness they possess. Now, back to the story.
[quote][p][bold]DJHMOTT[/bold] wrote: It's not about if you pay to read it or not, it's about professionalism. Why so rude the wall?[/p][/quote]Because at most, The Wall likes a good argument, and is a bit ignorant when suits too. See. It's not just rudeness they possess. Now, back to the story. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -935

11:06am Thu 3 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

Firstly, don't knock wr9, or imply he does one, he has as much right to express his views and opinions on here as every body else.
Secondly, about the plight of this poor lady. I ferl sorry for the older generation, sometimes they are just too trusting. Its absolutely disgusting that cretins like these two wanted go around picking on people who are vulnerable and not so quick on defending themselves, and as
for posing as police, well, in this day and age, who would be able or know the difference through forgeries? No wonder when trusting them is brought to the forefront with the allegations and disapprovement of their work ethics constantly being dragged through the mud by the non indigenous rulers?
Firstly, don't knock wr9, or imply he does one, he has as much right to express his views and opinions on here as every body else. Secondly, about the plight of this poor lady. I ferl sorry for the older generation, sometimes they are just too trusting. Its absolutely disgusting that cretins like these two wanted go around picking on people who are vulnerable and not so quick on defending themselves, and as for posing as police, well, in this day and age, who would be able or know the difference through forgeries? No wonder when trusting them is brought to the forefront with the allegations and disapprovement of their work ethics constantly being dragged through the mud by the non indigenous rulers? sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -310

11:11am Thu 3 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
Firstly, don't knock wr9, or imply he does one, he has as much right to express his views and opinions on here as every body else.
Secondly, about the plight of this poor lady. I ferl sorry for the older generation, sometimes they are just too trusting. Its absolutely disgusting that cretins like these two wanted go around picking on people who are vulnerable and not so quick on defending themselves, and as
for posing as police, well, in this day and age, who would be able or know the difference through forgeries? No wonder when trusting them is brought to the forefront with the allegations and disapprovement of their work ethics constantly being dragged through the mud by the non indigenous rulers?
Continuing on (keyboard glitch). Its a wonder anybody is willing to let people posing as police (and utilities etc) through their doors nowadays.
Anyway, what will happen to these bits of scum when caught? Not alot no doubt as per. I hope the lady is ok though, she didn't deserve that.
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: Firstly, don't knock wr9, or imply he does one, he has as much right to express his views and opinions on here as every body else. Secondly, about the plight of this poor lady. I ferl sorry for the older generation, sometimes they are just too trusting. Its absolutely disgusting that cretins like these two wanted go around picking on people who are vulnerable and not so quick on defending themselves, and as for posing as police, well, in this day and age, who would be able or know the difference through forgeries? No wonder when trusting them is brought to the forefront with the allegations and disapprovement of their work ethics constantly being dragged through the mud by the non indigenous rulers?[/p][/quote]Continuing on (keyboard glitch). Its a wonder anybody is willing to let people posing as police (and utilities etc) through their doors nowadays. Anyway, what will happen to these bits of scum when caught? Not alot no doubt as per. I hope the lady is ok though, she didn't deserve that. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -8

11:46am Thu 3 Apr 14

Gypo.Joe says...

(keyboard glitch)

What you mean really is a brain f@rt.
(keyboard glitch) What you mean really is a brain f@rt. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 6

1:45pm Thu 3 Apr 14

ความจริง says...

Why give me minus points, you bunch of mugs.
Why give me minus points, you bunch of mugs. ความจริง
  • Score: 0

3:01pm Thu 3 Apr 14

Gypo.Joe says...

ความจร
wrote:
Why give me minus points, you bunch of mugs.
Any negative votes cast just means your comment was right and that you have wound some moron right up.

Wear you negative votes with pride.....I do.
[quote][p][bold]ความจร ง[/bold] wrote: Why give me minus points, you bunch of mugs.[/p][/quote]Any negative votes cast just means your comment was right and that you have wound some moron right up. Wear you negative votes with pride.....I do. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 2

3:37pm Thu 3 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

ความจร
wrote:
Why give me minus points, you bunch of mugs.
Well it werent me, I actually gave you a thumbs up - twice now, as for the gyp, I always thumbs down on his comments because I enjoy doing so, except when his brain cell overloads and actually prints a valid and decent point, but alas, this doesnt happen very often, but on the rare occasion I am happy to oblige with a thumbs up.
[quote][p][bold]ความจร ง[/bold] wrote: Why give me minus points, you bunch of mugs.[/p][/quote]Well it werent me, I actually gave you a thumbs up - twice now, as for the gyp, I always thumbs down on his comments because I enjoy doing so, except when his brain cell overloads and actually prints a valid and decent point, but alas, this doesnt happen very often, but on the rare occasion I am happy to oblige with a thumbs up. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -4

3:41pm Thu 3 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
ความจร

�ง
wrote:
Why give me minus points, you bunch of mugs.
Well it werent me, I actually gave you a thumbs up - twice now, as for the gyp, I always thumbs down on his comments because I enjoy doing so, except when his brain cell overloads and actually prints a valid and decent point, but alas, this doesnt happen very often, but on the rare occasion I am happy to oblige with a thumbs up.
Oh, maybe the word-,kicking -
Did it...... they dont like it up em do they?
perhaps its too violent for the leftie luvvers
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ความจร � �ง[/bold] wrote: Why give me minus points, you bunch of mugs.[/p][/quote]Well it werent me, I actually gave you a thumbs up - twice now, as for the gyp, I always thumbs down on his comments because I enjoy doing so, except when his brain cell overloads and actually prints a valid and decent point, but alas, this doesnt happen very often, but on the rare occasion I am happy to oblige with a thumbs up.[/p][/quote]Oh, maybe the word-,kicking - Did it...... they dont like it up em do they? perhaps its too violent for the leftie luvvers sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 7

3:44pm Thu 3 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
(keyboard glitch)

What you mean really is a brain f@rt.
Lol.......now youre being childish again..... quick run and hide before 'daddy' Dr Nick gives us a telling off. Well, he will do me, not you, cos youre his little favourite.
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: (keyboard glitch) What you mean really is a brain f@rt.[/p][/quote]Lol.......now youre being childish again..... quick run and hide before 'daddy' Dr Nick gives us a telling off. Well, he will do me, not you, cos youre his little favourite. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -52

12:52pm Fri 4 Apr 14

PaulErith says...

sarfflondonbird wrote:
Firstly, don't knock wr9, or imply he does one, he has as much right to express his views and opinions on here as every body else.
Secondly, about the plight of this poor lady. I ferl sorry for the older generation, sometimes they are just too trusting. Its absolutely disgusting that cretins like these two wanted go around picking on people who are vulnerable and not so quick on defending themselves, and as
for posing as police, well, in this day and age, who would be able or know the difference through forgeries? No wonder when trusting them is brought to the forefront with the allegations and disapprovement of their work ethics constantly being dragged through the mud by the non indigenous rulers?
I totally agree about everyone being entitled to their view. The issue is that WR9 often throws insults at others that don't agree with him. Hence, he loses respect and must expect people to knock him. I've written several posts to him with a reasoned argument, just to be told I'm ignorant or stupid. Therefore, I think it's WR9 that you should be telling to respect other's views.
[quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: Firstly, don't knock wr9, or imply he does one, he has as much right to express his views and opinions on here as every body else. Secondly, about the plight of this poor lady. I ferl sorry for the older generation, sometimes they are just too trusting. Its absolutely disgusting that cretins like these two wanted go around picking on people who are vulnerable and not so quick on defending themselves, and as for posing as police, well, in this day and age, who would be able or know the difference through forgeries? No wonder when trusting them is brought to the forefront with the allegations and disapprovement of their work ethics constantly being dragged through the mud by the non indigenous rulers?[/p][/quote]I totally agree about everyone being entitled to their view. The issue is that WR9 often throws insults at others that don't agree with him. Hence, he loses respect and must expect people to knock him. I've written several posts to him with a reasoned argument, just to be told I'm ignorant or stupid. Therefore, I think it's WR9 that you should be telling to respect other's views. PaulErith
  • Score: 2

4:16pm Fri 4 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

the wall wrote:
DJHMOTT wrote:
'Nicked' ??? What sort of headline is that Newsshopper? So unprofessional.
You don't pay anything to use this site, so if you don't like what you read go some where else.
Youre a fine one to give that kind of comment..... why don't you practice what you preach?
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DJHMOTT[/bold] wrote: 'Nicked' ??? What sort of headline is that Newsshopper? So unprofessional.[/p][/quote]You don't pay anything to use this site, so if you don't like what you read go some where else.[/p][/quote]Youre a fine one to give that kind of comment..... why don't you practice what you preach? sarfflondonbird
  • Score: -2

4:25pm Fri 4 Apr 14

sarfflondonbird says...

PaulErith wrote:
sarfflondonbird wrote:
Firstly, don't knock wr9, or imply he does one, he has as much right to express his views and opinions on here as every body else.
Secondly, about the plight of this poor lady. I ferl sorry for the older generation, sometimes they are just too trusting. Its absolutely disgusting that cretins like these two wanted go around picking on people who are vulnerable and not so quick on defending themselves, and as
for posing as police, well, in this day and age, who would be able or know the difference through forgeries? No wonder when trusting them is brought to the forefront with the allegations and disapprovement of their work ethics constantly being dragged through the mud by the non indigenous rulers?
I totally agree about everyone being entitled to their view. The issue is that WR9 often throws insults at others that don't agree with him. Hence, he loses respect and must expect people to knock him. I've written several posts to him with a reasoned argument, just to be told I'm ignorant or stupid. Therefore, I think it's WR9 that you should be telling to respect other's views.
Fair do's.
WR9.......When making your comments, please do so nicely and humorously, so that we can all get along nicely.
Hows that?
[quote][p][bold]PaulErith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sarfflondonbird[/bold] wrote: Firstly, don't knock wr9, or imply he does one, he has as much right to express his views and opinions on here as every body else. Secondly, about the plight of this poor lady. I ferl sorry for the older generation, sometimes they are just too trusting. Its absolutely disgusting that cretins like these two wanted go around picking on people who are vulnerable and not so quick on defending themselves, and as for posing as police, well, in this day and age, who would be able or know the difference through forgeries? No wonder when trusting them is brought to the forefront with the allegations and disapprovement of their work ethics constantly being dragged through the mud by the non indigenous rulers?[/p][/quote]I totally agree about everyone being entitled to their view. The issue is that WR9 often throws insults at others that don't agree with him. Hence, he loses respect and must expect people to knock him. I've written several posts to him with a reasoned argument, just to be told I'm ignorant or stupid. Therefore, I think it's WR9 that you should be telling to respect other's views.[/p][/quote]Fair do's. WR9.......When making your comments, please do so nicely and humorously, so that we can all get along nicely. Hows that? sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 0

10:23pm Fri 4 Apr 14

Gypo.Joe says...

@ sarflondonturd, please don't ever thumb me up or down. The thought of your thumb or digits for that matter near me, YUK !

As for Dr Nick well we are both consenting adults so I suggest you mind ya biz niz.
@ sarflondonturd, please don't ever thumb me up or down. The thought of your thumb or digits for that matter near me, YUK ! As for Dr Nick well we are both consenting adults so I suggest you mind ya biz niz. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 7

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