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  1. I don't need to look it up..the Station Police were called SNOWDROPS. Stop your bluffing. FWIW I wanted to be a Dog Handler from the off, that's why I joined, that's why I went on to do extra training. To say that the Regiment or Police was a inferior vocation is a poor attempt on your part, especially when they were tasked in actually confronting trouble and not running. I guess that's why I support Police, they run towards trouble while others run away.
  2. Good God have you not seen the abuse, clearly you cherry pick just one comment, I don't think I am right and superior, just know I am right about taking responsibility for one's own actions. Please tell me if you think this is wrong. I have mentioned this thread to others who go to football matches, unlike on here they all agree that the actions of those lads was a bit foolhardy, should have left the pub earlier, witness the poster who missed the first half of the QPR match, he didn't call it an injustice , seek redress through the courts and crowd funded support.
  3. Yes I fed them, cleaned them , groomed them, trained them, and I interacted with the public , they always made a bee line to talk when they could. My personal views are one of good old fashioned respect for yourself and others, I try and take responsibility for my own actions. Why on Earth would anyone consider looking after a Police dog demeaning?
  4. What information am I providing that even if I was, would influence this case in a court? This is a forum, you will note the main feelings are that WMP acted unlawfully and cite past incidents, of WMP and football crowd control, this rather skews peoples opinions of what could have happened on the day. However my thoughts are to repeat, is that by attending such a match which has a potential for trouble, one might wish to take extra precautions, would you not agree? I am a great believer in taking some responsibility for your self, this is a storm in a teacup, and to call it an injustice and ask for crowd funding because you missed a football match is ott. I believe my comments on here by and large have been respectful, and not malicious , perhaps I am old fashioned, but so be it, I am happy with that and will sleep well tonight.
  5. If you served in the RAF you should know that was not the term used for any RAF Police. There was a nickname for Station Police, (they wore white caps) you could Wiki if you really need to. I was part of the elite RAF Police Dog Handler section, we were loved by all btw. . Next?
  6. You seem obsessed with my past, which is a bit of a worry, do you have total recall about most folk on here, or just a dossier on those that get the better of you Take a walk..
  7. I suppose you really have to take this stance, I understand that, but the narrative from one of the lads involved was pretty much to ignore good advice, it was not a good idea to leave it so late in the pub, and they paid the price. A lesson learned, not a huge deal.
  8. You see the response I got was very much that I just had to be an ex copper, because otherwise would I not buy into this ridiculous all aboard the wagon brigade who think that cops are just bent. I am not a copper or even a ex one, I was a military Policeman though, does that count in your biased agenda, that we all have to buy into this stupid idea that we have to be molly coddled and not stand on our own two feet and at least get to the ground early without being half pissed!!! The narrative from one of the 10 was that the A&S police entered the pub and according to him enquired 'what time would they be leaving?, they imo left it too late in leaving and were caught out, any fan would or should have realised this was foolhardy.
  9. Wood eh? Is that what is between your ears. Don't patronise me, of course you can have a 'drink' and walk wherever you want, but take some responsibility as to when and where is sensible to do so, clearly this wasn't and they missed a football match, and the talk is about Justice, get a grip. Perhaps we all have to learn the harsh lessons in life sometimes. all about growing up..Justice my a$$.
  10. You want 'justice' because you did not heed the A&S Police advice, but continued drinking, and then wanted an escort to the ground when you decided to put your pints down. What are the Police supposed to do that are charged with control, interview you all or just turn you around? They are under instructions, no if's or butt's ...sorry but it seems you and your mates didn't take the sensible option and just get to the ground safely with the rest of the City support. This is not about justice, you missed a football match, take some responsibility. Any away ground visited you have to be mindful regarding safety to you and others, I used to travel to all away matches, and Birmingham and Villa was always going to be worthy of special care, the cops are there not to inconvenience you but also to protect you and yours, can you imagine the carnage if they were not?
  11. I looked it up, it is a 'cool' thing, or you were 'on fire' sooooo right, and very sexy...steady on mate. xx
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