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The man who stole from victims of Manchester bombing
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The man who stole from victims of Manchester bombing 3 Months, 3 Weeks ago Karma: 50
This is a story of good policing, doing what they SHOULD be doing, and of this strata of society; the fast growing segment of morally dodgy individuals (such as "Nick" and Danny Day) encouraged by the media and some foolish "victim" advocates who fail to realise the damage they are doing to genuine victims.

www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2018/jan/03/...g-hero-admits-thefts
 
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andrew

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Sad that it's not a punishment off the streets in to a warm and cozy jail. Meals and no doubt when he is released a case worker will find him a flat.
 
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andrew wrote:
Sad that it's not a punishment off the streets in to a warm and cozy jail. Meals and no doubt when he is released a case worker will find him a flat.

Well good! You have to have something terribly wrong with you to act like that.
Its a shame something has to happen before something is done.
 
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