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hedda

outraging public decency between July 1992 and June 1996 1 Week, 5 Days ago  
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4320534...ex-against-tree.html

I mean really...this is around 25 years ago. Allegedly they had it off under a tree and someone saw them.

Tell me this is not insanity?

The other charges are serious of course but...I reckon this is a classic British police & CPS tactic to load up charges they know will be tossed out by a jury as just too ridiculous but sort of assists the serious charges.

They did it with Rolf Harris and the alleged 'child porn' which was a fallacy and they knew it was.

Married BBC stars nicknamed 'the Richard and Judy of local radio' 'had sex against a tree in front of youngsters

cliff....lemmings...headed for..
 
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Andy

Re:outraging public decency between July 1992 and June 1996 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
Perhaps doggers should now check the birth certificates of those who observe them, in case over 20 years later one of them claims to have been under age.
 
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#159913
Randall

Re:outraging public decency between July 1992 and June 1996 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
hedda wrote:

Tell me this is not insanity?


Actually, my first thought was that this was a spoof or a practical joke or something.




The other charges are serious of course but...I reckon this is a classic British police & CPS tactic to load up charges they know will be tossed out by a jury as just too ridiculous but sort of assists the serious charges.


Yes, I think you're right about the tactic, although I'm not sure how seriously they should be taken.
 
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