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|This girl sounds like me|
|Fri, Dec 14 2007 9:00 AM||Permanent Link|
|Fri, Dec 14 2007 12:26 PM||Permanent Link|
Tim Young [Elevate Software]
Elevate Software, Inc.
<< http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/12/13/wikimedia_coo_convicted_felon/ >>
Ouch, there's no way that you're *that* bad.
It does make you wonder about the folks at Wikimedia, however.
|Sat, Dec 15 2007 6:20 AM||Permanent Link|
"Tim Young [Elevate Software]" >
> Ouch, there's no way that you're *that* bad.
> It does make you wonder about the folks at Wikimedia, however.
Ok I didnt kill anyone but I have had 3 drink drive convictions
since 1968 honest. Twice over xmas holiday during spot checks,
and once when I was fighting with a guy who hit my car the cops
came along he was way over the limit and got hauled off I was
borderline and got cleared on blood test, I was cautioned for
assault on him tho. I was once in charge of paying huge amounts
of money and at the time I was in trouble over money in them
days you didnt need any form of ID to open a bank account I
could have transfered every single penny into phoney accounts
but I didnt. I think the story is basically I'am honest but like
everyone else traffic laws dont count but in reallity they do.
If I had taken the money and got caught it would have been
white collar crime and I would not have done too long in the
|Sat, Dec 15 2007 11:18 PM||Permanent Link|
I noticed the report read "Her record also included convictions for
passing bad checks, theft, petty larceny, additional DUIs, and
*unlawfully wounding* her boyfriend with a gun shot to the chest."
Is there a way to *lawfully* wound her boyfriend with a gunshot to the
|Sun, Dec 16 2007 1:58 AM||Permanent Link|
Passing bad cheques = guilty for me if in US but in UK it's sorta common
Theft = guilty for me mostly stationary from work and stuff like that.
Petty larceny maybe see above.
More DUI's non I was caught for, I have been a good girl tho for sometime.
Unlawfully wounding well no I didnt get caught my brother pulled me off and
Lawfully wound someone with a gunshot, well in the UK guns are a no no only
gangsters and cops can have them, I would love a gun and I'am probaly the
Brits cant have them
I think the boyfriend was beating her up pretty bad and she was in fear of
but as a convicted fellon she should not have had a gun. In a recent case in
a farmer got life for shooting an intruder the so called victim was from a
gypsy camp, they had broke in many times the guy flipped and shot one dead.
When it came to court the prosecution proved he meant to kill the bad guy as
him twice in the back when he was fleeing.
Public opinion later freed the guy, but the fact remains he meant to kill
them and I
will sit on the fence on that one.
Some girls think they have a right to be beleived in violent struggles with
my own brother was having wife trouble some years ago she called the police
him twice for no reason. He figured she was setting him up the cops treated
bad so he went and got legal advice from a divorce lawyer, turns out the
good he put a private detective on the wife she was followed and found to be
an affair with one of the cops who turned up. The end result was they had
the boyfriend on tape plotting to lock my brother up for assault and take
business. She is now a homeless drunk and her kids dont want her the cop he
was scarred for life in jail with boiling water. My brother married a nice
lady from Eire
and lives happy ever after.
"Dave Harrison" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I noticed the report read "Her record also included convictions for
> passing bad checks, theft, petty larceny, additional DUIs, and *unlawfully
> wounding* her boyfriend with a gun shot to the chest."
> Is there a way to *lawfully* wound her boyfriend with a gunshot to the
|Mon, Dec 17 2007 11:07 AM||Permanent Link|
"Rita" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> In a recent case in the UK
> a farmer got life for shooting an intruder the so called victim was from a
> gypsy camp, they had broke in many times the guy flipped and shot one
We had something similar happen in Ireland a couple of years ago:
|Mon, Dec 17 2007 11:30 AM||Permanent Link|
Funny old thing this 6 degrees of seperation.
I tell folks about our Brit farmer shooting a
gypsy dead. Then I go on to tell my brothers
tale of woe.
Along you come Darren with almost the same
story from across the Celtic both very similair
and my brother marries a nice Coleen how
spooky is that ?
"Darren Davis" <daz_at_tinet_dot_ie> wrote in message
> "Rita" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> In a recent case in the UK
>> a farmer got life for shooting an intruder the so called victim was from
>> a nearby
>> gypsy camp, they had broke in many times the guy flipped and shot one
> We had something similar happen in Ireland a couple of years ago: