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  1. Mungler

    Not guilty - but pay up!

    This is the nub of it where there is an alleged rape in a social setting. We’re not talking jogging in the park, knife comes out and into the bushes. Often those involved know each other, there’s alcohol involved (again, often it’s both parties), there’s no physical evidence such as defensive wounds and it’s commonly accepted there was a build up of sexual activity of sorts and the nub is was there consent or did someone say ‘no’. The basis of the defence is going to be consent and unless you’ve got that in writing or on video it can always be up for a debate later on. My concern with solely oral evidence is that some people are better liars than others but deeper than that is that someone will wake up everyday and convince themselves of their version of events; pretty soon thereafter a lie becomes cemented as fact in the mind and presented well as such. Take the Ronaldo allegation - who knows what happened in that hotel room nearly a decade ago that again will fall to oral evidence if the case proceeds to Court. Right or wrong I cant but help think that in situations such as this most girls would be safest listening to the practical advice of their nan. If you’ve a girly and you’ve been laughing at all his jokes and rubbing up against him on the dance floor sll evening and then go back to his place at 2 am, hes either going to be the famous Nescafé actor Anthony Head and you’re game on for a delicious cup of coffee or....
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    Not guilty - but pay up!

    One is "beyond all reasonable doubt" and the other is on "the balance of probabilities". Saying that, his legal team on the civil claim may just not have done enough work. Who knows.
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    Mrs. webber R I P

    Please accept my deepest sympathies.
  4. Mungler

    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    Eh? It did all spark off when Argentina invaded British Sovereign territory. And yes, I am aware that Argentina wishes to lay claim to the Falkand Islands, but ignoring international law and convention by "helping yourself" with a military invasion, well it is reasonably foreseeable that that type of action will be met with a response in kind. Indeed, if the Argentinians had put themselves in our shoes they would have had a reasonable expectation of what would come next. Having been to Argentina (and Buenos) a couple of times and seen the Argentinian veteran camp in the City centre and having spoken to a few of the younger Argentinians, the truth appears to be that Argentina doesn't really want the Islands and laments the loss of a trading relationship with the UK. There are almost daily protests in Argentina about everything and anything and when the government of the day feels under internal pressure it stirs up national spirit in an attempt to divert, galvanise and distract the population into looking elsewhere and that's when the subject of the Falklands crops up. It's a bit of a shame because a large portion of the older bits of Argentina a very very colonial - the reminded me of the Bisley range houses.
  5. Mungler

    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    Logic and probability can be everyone’s friend 😆 Anyways, there’s going to be more to come on this, so until the next instalment...
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    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    And that as they say is that in a nutshell.
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    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    But that’s your bottom line ‘the Russians made such a bad job of bumping him off’ it couldn’t have been them. That’s not evidence. It’s conjecture rebutted but the hapless GRU agents caught last week trying to scan and hack the network of the global chemical weopans watchdog. Ah, don’t tell me, that’s all nonsense too and you have a link to a website run by some bloke in his bedroom who loves to sport a tin foil hat and who thinks otherwise.
  8. Mungler

    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    Nailed it, again ☝️
  9. Mungler

    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    Nailed it ☝️
  10. Mungler

    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    Yes, you're right. I am going to write a stiff letter to the Times about their journalistic and editorial standards. I will direct them to the alternative news sites you suggest and then perhaps we can all learn the real truth eh? So, we're still ignoring the unique Russian nerve agent, the 2 Russians tourists who work for the GRU and who stayed in London but to visit Salisbury Cathedral, the 5 return flights separately booked and the attempt on the life of someone Putin would happily see dead, and instead we're focusing on one of the investigate journalist organisations that has added the latest piece to the puzzle. I wonder is there anything that would convince you of Russian culpability? Just asking...
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    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    Front page of the Times has carried the news that the 2nd tourist is a doctor in the GRU. I am going to keep going until Rewulf accepts the colour of this particular glass of orange juice
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    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    So then, the second ‘Russian tourist’ has been unmasked as a doctor working for the GRU. So, in this now very very very elaborate false flag / cover up or whatever you want to call it, it appears that our government has gone to implausible mind bending lengths to ‘frame’ Putin / Russia.... ......or it could be that it was Putin / Russia all along 😆😆 Come on the tin foil hat brigade how do you explain this latest revalation away? Ready to grasp the simple reality of the situation and the fact that Putin had a go at trying to bump someone off?
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    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    It’s been a bizarre 14 pages seemingly arguing over the colour of orange juice. But yes, the King of the tin foil hatters has claimed his throne.
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    Alleged Russian assassins on TV

    That’s the point, the only shred of plausible doubt (and I hasten to add that’s still not evidence) that the tin foil hatters had (and which was pivotal to their overall position that ‘this wasn’t Russia) was that ‘the Russian intelligence services wouldn’t have done such a poor job of it’. That suggestion can now be dismissed out of hand 😝 The tin foil hatters continued resistance to accept the situation as presented by the free West just shows that they are actually just as much the sheeple they accuse everyone else of being. It’s funny because as this creeps ever further forward with evidence against Putin, they just can’t find it within themselves to admit that they are wrong, or our government which they dislike and distrust intensely was actually telling the truth and that’s the bit that sticks in their throats. Well funny. There’ll be more to come and more evidence so standby.
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