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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by noirua, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. bellenuit

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    That is a lot of information for that policeman to mull through in that split second that the attacker was lunging at his colleague. Perhaps he could have, in that same split second, tried to ascertain whether he was a terrorist or just a madman, whether he was Christian or Muslim and whether a bullet to the leg that would for certain not have killed him might have gone through some soft tissue and ricochet into some innocent passerby that was in the crowd behind. I think a bullet to the chest was the right decision.
     
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  2. Miner

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    Sptrawler
    I hear your point and understood.
    But remember I have been referring also incidences from 1964 (JFK) , 1984 (Indira Gandhi) - both the cases the assassins were killed and the mystery of motives remained unknown.
    When people are dealing with criminals, then there are many attributes with those specialists - calmness is one key. They are not like civilians and emotions are last to be considered. By not capturing them even in half dead (please mind the word and I am not saying unhurt) those people have potentially deprived many others to see justices are done by not sparing the people behind them. I would be childish to suggest that there were no masterminds. it is like drug peddlers - there are always people behind with motive, money and machinery behind.
    I do believe if Australia has no death penalty that is for a reason but that does not stop us to interrogate the criminals to save thousands of innocents and capturing the people behind.
    I also have referred why one particular religion always gets involved.
    Have a good night.
     
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  3. Darc Knight

    Darc Knight Investor not Trader

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    Police gotta aim for centre body mass with adrenalin and movement etc right @explod
     
  4. SirRumpole

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    I like the idea of a prison in the Simpson desert for these b@stards. Just shove them in there and don't ever let them out. No visits, no Korans just an empty landscape to look at for the rest of their lives.

    Unless they fess up and dob in their handlers in which case they might get out in 20 years.
     
  5. tech/a

    tech/a No Ordinary Duck

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    Sick twisted radicalised
    Start stabbing shooting
    people no hesitation.

    No taser, talking , BANG.

    If you make any extremest
    Watchlist your DEPORTED.

    No ifs ,rehabilitation , GONE.
     
  6. IFocus

    IFocus You are arguing with a Galah

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    I was a bit surprised the officers took so long to shoot with a couple of people stabbed already and the attacker being so big not much choice but to shoot at the chest area as trained.

    In that sort of situation tasers are a 50/50 chance of missing (as told by a copper who had deployed them a few times)

    Heart goes out to the police officer taking a life no matter the circumstance is very heavy hope he has plenty of support.
     
  7. Humid

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    Oswald was killed by Jack Ruby not the fuzz
     
  8. Darc Knight

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    They've raised $120,000 so far for the homeless guy "trolley man" who helped in that Bourke St attack.
     
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    Blurry hell ....

     
  10. sptrawler

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    That was certainly a big hit, lucky for the crash cell I'd say.
     
  12. SirRumpole

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    He did a good act. Now he can do another one.

    Donate his GoFund money to the victims of his previous crimes.
     
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    Yes it will be interesting, to see if he can turn his life around, the donations are a good chunk of money.
    I'm sure all that is needed, is a start for some of these people.
    I can't understand why the local Governments, don't start up a community help centres, something like men's shed. Where these people can go to learn some basic skills, and gain some confidence.
    They have to try something, because the problem is going to grow. IMO
     
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    Well he sold his popularity with that act of thuggery. He won't get much sympathy from Melbournians that are sick of crime, violence and the erosion of our freedoms as a result.
    Maybe his trolley act was a demarcation dispute with a terrorist on his turf.
     
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    The give away is usually a persons neck. The neck ages and is difficult to disguise and why actresses in the distant past adorned scarves. One well known died due to her scarf being trapped in a car wheel.

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    Attempt to deflate on going share marketcrash imo.time will tell
     
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