Nick Buckmaster has been handed a nine month sentence suspended for two years after brandishing an airgun at a neighbour

Nick Buckmaster handed a nine month suspended sentence

Nick Buckmaster handed a nine month suspended sentence

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An unemployed Conservative councillor has today avoided jail after confronting a neighbour with a loaded airgun over a row about a pet cat.

Nick Buckmaster, 51, of Mount Echo Drive, Chingford appeared at Snaresbrook Crown Court this afternoon where he was handed a nine month prison sentence suspended for two years, and ordered to carry out 150 hours of unpaid work.

According to Judge William Kennedy, the Larkswood ward councillor had awoke on January 18 following a night of "considerable consumption of alcohol" to find a neighbour's cat had entered his home, and damaged his cat flap before urinating and spraying in the kitchen.

Buckmaster, "befuddled by alcohol" decided to walk over to Brett Stark's home in nearby College Gardens carrying a loaded air pistol tucked within his clothing.

An argument then broke out between Buckmaster and Mr Stark, a bailiff with training in mixed-martial arts, who told the councillor he did not own a cat, swore at him and closed the door in his face.

Judge Kennedy told the court how Buckmaster had then "produced the air pistol and pointed it at Mr Stark through the glass, who could not have known whether it was a genuine handgun or not."

After Buckmaster then decided to turn away, Mr Stark opened his front door, walked towards him and knocked him down with a single blow to his face.

Buckmaster was then restrained by two neighbours until armed police arrived and detained him with him offering no resistance.  

The only explanation ever offered for carrying the gun was that it "might have been used to kill the cat", judge Kennedy said. 

Prior to the heated incident, Buckmaster had recently lost his best friend and godfather to one of his children through drug abuse, and had lost his job as a finance worker in the city after his role became obsolete.  

Sentencing the Chingford councillor of eight years, Judge Kennedy said: "The unlawful possession of any item which is or might be thought to be a gun is an offence of great seriousness and anyone who uses such an item aggressively faces the loss of liberty.

"Your recent life has involved personal difficulty, but it is to your immense credit that you have spent eight years as a councillor for the area in which you live in.

"Local councillors give freely and generously of their time and commitment, and such giving is to their huge personal credit when other events overcome them."

The 51 year-old joined today by Conservative leader Matt Davis and Buckmaster's family had packed a suitcase and kissed his wife and mother before entering the dock.

Buckmaster provided no comment after today's sentence after he was hushed away by his defence solicitor Simon Ray.

He can now return to Chingford where he will be on a curfew for four months and barred permanently from entering College Gardens or visiting Mr Stark.

It appears Buckamster's political career is over after Mr Ray said he will not stand in any further elections as an independent or representing any political party. 

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5:13pm Fri 16 May 14

kirstywright says...

well well well - what a surprise !!
well well well - what a surprise !! kirstywright
  • Score: 2

6:37pm Fri 16 May 14

kirstywright says...

Ordered to do 150 hours unpaid work ,,,, Ian Duncan Smith will be proud.
Ordered to do 150 hours unpaid work ,,,, Ian Duncan Smith will be proud. kirstywright
  • Score: 4

9:27pm Fri 16 May 14

stickmanny says...

I claim my £5
I claim my £5 stickmanny
  • Score: 1

9:28pm Fri 16 May 14

stickmanny says...

where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?
where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments? stickmanny
  • Score: 1

10:16pm Fri 16 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

stickmanny wrote:
where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?
Let he who is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone.
[quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?[/p][/quote]Let he who is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -4

8:41am Sat 17 May 14

stickmanny says...

Oh so this was an appropriate sentence then
Oh so this was an appropriate sentence then stickmanny
  • Score: 3

9:18am Sat 17 May 14

Sam Hain says...

Well, it all goes on in the leafy suburbs doesn't it! Who would have thought!
Well, it all goes on in the leafy suburbs doesn't it! Who would have thought! Sam Hain
  • Score: 2

12:19pm Sat 17 May 14

kirstywright says...

stickmanny wrote:
where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?
Befuddled by alcohol , arguing and fighting with neighbour's , best friend lost to drug abuse - did he live on Benefit street ? -typical acting just like the very people they condemn for the state of the country - and since when has being drunk an excuse - I have to remember that next time I go shoplifting -- sorry officeer I hic wasss Befuddled by alcohol Hic ! it won't happen again scouts honour
[quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?[/p][/quote]Befuddled by alcohol , arguing and fighting with neighbour's , best friend lost to drug abuse - did he live on Benefit street ? -typical acting just like the very people they condemn for the state of the country - and since when has being drunk an excuse - I have to remember that next time I go shoplifting -- sorry officeer I hic wasss Befuddled by alcohol Hic ! it won't happen again scouts honour kirstywright
  • Score: 2

12:20pm Sat 17 May 14

mdj says...

' he will be ....barred permanently from entering College Gardens or visiting Mr Stark (' a bailiff with training in mixed-martial arts, who.....'After Buckmaster then decided to turn away, Mr Stark opened his front door, walked towards him and knocked him down with a single blow to his face. ')
That should be endurable.

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' he will be ....barred permanently from entering College Gardens or visiting Mr Stark (' a bailiff with training in mixed-martial arts, who.....'After Buckmaster then decided to turn away, Mr Stark opened his front door, walked towards him and knocked him down with a single blow to his face. ') That should be endurable. http://www.guardian- series.co.uk/news/wf news/8835543.CHINGFO RD__Man_jailed_for_h is_part_in__relentle ss__tax_scam/ mdj
  • Score: 6

12:25pm Sat 17 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

kirstywright wrote:
stickmanny wrote:
where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?
Befuddled by alcohol , arguing and fighting with neighbour's , best friend lost to drug abuse - did he live on Benefit street ? -typical acting just like the very people they condemn for the state of the country - and since when has being drunk an excuse - I have to remember that next time I go shoplifting -- sorry officeer I hic wasss Befuddled by alcohol Hic ! it won't happen again scouts honour
It is acceptable mitigation in law for drink to have played a part in his out of character behaviour. As I said ' let he who is without sin cast the first stone'..

I sense a schadenfreude tone to your comment. I hope that your life which is obviously going swimmingly does not take an unfortunate twist. If God forbid it does, maybe you can reflect on your apparent enjoyment of this poor blokes fall from grace.
[quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?[/p][/quote]Befuddled by alcohol , arguing and fighting with neighbour's , best friend lost to drug abuse - did he live on Benefit street ? -typical acting just like the very people they condemn for the state of the country - and since when has being drunk an excuse - I have to remember that next time I go shoplifting -- sorry officeer I hic wasss Befuddled by alcohol Hic ! it won't happen again scouts honour[/p][/quote]It is acceptable mitigation in law for drink to have played a part in his out of character behaviour. As I said ' let he who is without sin cast the first stone'.. I sense a schadenfreude tone to your comment. I hope that your life which is obviously going swimmingly does not take an unfortunate twist. If God forbid it does, maybe you can reflect on your apparent enjoyment of this poor blokes fall from grace. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -3

12:30pm Sat 17 May 14

kirstywright says...

mdj wrote:
' he will be ....barred permanently from entering College Gardens or visiting Mr Stark (' a bailiff with training in mixed-martial arts, who.....'After Buckmaster then decided to turn away, Mr Stark opened his front door, walked towards him and knocked him down with a single blow to his face. ')
That should be endurable.

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I hope Mr Stark didn't hurt his fist .
[quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: ' he will be ....barred permanently from entering College Gardens or visiting Mr Stark (' a bailiff with training in mixed-martial arts, who.....'After Buckmaster then decided to turn away, Mr Stark opened his front door, walked towards him and knocked him down with a single blow to his face. ') That should be endurable. http://www.guardian- series.co.uk/news/wf news/8835543.CHINGFO RD__Man_jailed_for_h is_part_in__relentle ss__tax_scam/[/p][/quote]I hope Mr Stark didn't hurt his fist . kirstywright
  • Score: 0

1:03pm Sat 17 May 14

kirstywright says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
stickmanny wrote:
where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?
Befuddled by alcohol , arguing and fighting with neighbour's , best friend lost to drug abuse - did he live on Benefit street ? -typical acting just like the very people they condemn for the state of the country - and since when has being drunk an excuse - I have to remember that next time I go shoplifting -- sorry officeer I hic wasss Befuddled by alcohol Hic ! it won't happen again scouts honour
It is acceptable mitigation in law for drink to have played a part in his out of character behaviour. As I said ' let he who is without sin cast the first stone'..

I sense a schadenfreude tone to your comment. I hope that your life which is obviously going swimmingly does not take an unfortunate twist. If God forbid it does, maybe you can reflect on your apparent enjoyment of this poor blokes fall from grace.
right I'm understanding the Tory way of thinking now , when its one of your own kind you get all moral and feel sorry for them.ah I see now -- thanks villagegooseberry - I shall be casting my vote on Thursday along with all the other brainwashed daily mail readers.
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?[/p][/quote]Befuddled by alcohol , arguing and fighting with neighbour's , best friend lost to drug abuse - did he live on Benefit street ? -typical acting just like the very people they condemn for the state of the country - and since when has being drunk an excuse - I have to remember that next time I go shoplifting -- sorry officeer I hic wasss Befuddled by alcohol Hic ! it won't happen again scouts honour[/p][/quote]It is acceptable mitigation in law for drink to have played a part in his out of character behaviour. As I said ' let he who is without sin cast the first stone'.. I sense a schadenfreude tone to your comment. I hope that your life which is obviously going swimmingly does not take an unfortunate twist. If God forbid it does, maybe you can reflect on your apparent enjoyment of this poor blokes fall from grace.[/p][/quote]right I'm understanding the Tory way of thinking now , when its one of your own kind you get all moral and feel sorry for them.ah I see now -- thanks villagegooseberry - I shall be casting my vote on Thursday along with all the other brainwashed daily mail readers. kirstywright
  • Score: 0

1:16pm Sat 17 May 14

kirstywright says...

kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
stickmanny wrote:
where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?
Befuddled by alcohol , arguing and fighting with neighbour's , best friend lost to drug abuse - did he live on Benefit street ? -typical acting just like the very people they condemn for the state of the country - and since when has being drunk an excuse - I have to remember that next time I go shoplifting -- sorry officeer I hic wasss Befuddled by alcohol Hic ! it won't happen again scouts honour
It is acceptable mitigation in law for drink to have played a part in his out of character behaviour. As I said ' let he who is without sin cast the first stone'..

I sense a schadenfreude tone to your comment. I hope that your life which is obviously going swimmingly does not take an unfortunate twist. If God forbid it does, maybe you can reflect on your apparent enjoyment of this poor blokes fall from grace.
right I'm understanding the Tory way of thinking now , when its one of your own kind you get all moral and feel sorry for them.ah I see now -- thanks villagegooseberry - I shall be casting my vote on Thursday along with all the other brainwashed daily mail readers.
PS---- Schadenfreude ? - didn't he just sign for Man City for £55 million
[quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?[/p][/quote]Befuddled by alcohol , arguing and fighting with neighbour's , best friend lost to drug abuse - did he live on Benefit street ? -typical acting just like the very people they condemn for the state of the country - and since when has being drunk an excuse - I have to remember that next time I go shoplifting -- sorry officeer I hic wasss Befuddled by alcohol Hic ! it won't happen again scouts honour[/p][/quote]It is acceptable mitigation in law for drink to have played a part in his out of character behaviour. As I said ' let he who is without sin cast the first stone'.. I sense a schadenfreude tone to your comment. I hope that your life which is obviously going swimmingly does not take an unfortunate twist. If God forbid it does, maybe you can reflect on your apparent enjoyment of this poor blokes fall from grace.[/p][/quote]right I'm understanding the Tory way of thinking now , when its one of your own kind you get all moral and feel sorry for them.ah I see now -- thanks villagegooseberry - I shall be casting my vote on Thursday along with all the other brainwashed daily mail readers.[/p][/quote]PS---- Schadenfreude ? - didn't he just sign for Man City for £55 million kirstywright
  • Score: 4

1:17pm Sat 17 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

kirstywright wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
kirstywright wrote:
stickmanny wrote:
where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?
Befuddled by alcohol , arguing and fighting with neighbour's , best friend lost to drug abuse - did he live on Benefit street ? -typical acting just like the very people they condemn for the state of the country - and since when has being drunk an excuse - I have to remember that next time I go shoplifting -- sorry officeer I hic wasss Befuddled by alcohol Hic ! it won't happen again scouts honour
It is acceptable mitigation in law for drink to have played a part in his out of character behaviour. As I said ' let he who is without sin cast the first stone'..

I sense a schadenfreude tone to your comment. I hope that your life which is obviously going swimmingly does not take an unfortunate twist. If God forbid it does, maybe you can reflect on your apparent enjoyment of this poor blokes fall from grace.
right I'm understanding the Tory way of thinking now , when its one of your own kind you get all moral and feel sorry for them.ah I see now -- thanks villagegooseberry - I shall be casting my vote on Thursday along with all the other brainwashed daily mail readers.
No, firstly, I am not a Tory, secondly I do not read the Daily Mail, thirdly I do not relish in other people's misfortune and finally who is worse behaved, the councillor who, out of character and whilst having had one over the nine acts bad and stupid or the Tax scam mob who you defend? Typical lefty hypocrite.
[quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kirstywright[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stickmanny[/bold] wrote: where's Cornbeefur and the Daily Mail brigade with their usual comments?[/p][/quote]Befuddled by alcohol , arguing and fighting with neighbour's , best friend lost to drug abuse - did he live on Benefit street ? -typical acting just like the very people they condemn for the state of the country - and since when has being drunk an excuse - I have to remember that next time I go shoplifting -- sorry officeer I hic wasss Befuddled by alcohol Hic ! it won't happen again scouts honour[/p][/quote]It is acceptable mitigation in law for drink to have played a part in his out of character behaviour. As I said ' let he who is without sin cast the first stone'.. I sense a schadenfreude tone to your comment. I hope that your life which is obviously going swimmingly does not take an unfortunate twist. If God forbid it does, maybe you can reflect on your apparent enjoyment of this poor blokes fall from grace.[/p][/quote]right I'm understanding the Tory way of thinking now , when its one of your own kind you get all moral and feel sorry for them.ah I see now -- thanks villagegooseberry - I shall be casting my vote on Thursday along with all the other brainwashed daily mail readers.[/p][/quote]No, firstly, I am not a Tory, secondly I do not read the Daily Mail, thirdly I do not relish in other people's misfortune and finally who is worse behaved, the councillor who, out of character and whilst having had one over the nine acts bad and stupid or the Tax scam mob who you defend? Typical lefty hypocrite. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -4

1:23pm Sat 17 May 14

kirstywright says...

yes it true - a cat walking into my house can send anyone over the edge.
yes it true - a cat walking into my house can send anyone over the edge. kirstywright
  • Score: 6

7:52pm Sat 17 May 14

stickmanny says...

Tax scam mob? oh you must mean Take That.

More Tories who, like Mr 'B'uckmaster get away with a telling off, when anyone else would be locked up.

Disgusting. All of them.
Tax scam mob? oh you must mean Take That. More Tories who, like Mr 'B'uckmaster get away with a telling off, when anyone else would be locked up. Disgusting. All of them. stickmanny
  • Score: 5

10:04pm Sat 17 May 14

SpursSupporter1 says...

I thought I was in dream land for a moment there, a tory councillor produces a weapon, threatens a neighbour, causes a public nuisance etc etc and doesn't get sent too prison??????????????
?? I wouldn't mind betting if this was a young black/mixed race teenager not only would it have been on the front page but il also bet theyd have been sent too prison. Oh how discriminatory and poop the justice system is in this crooked "one law for them" system is
I thought I was in dream land for a moment there, a tory councillor produces a weapon, threatens a neighbour, causes a public nuisance etc etc and doesn't get sent too prison?????????????? ?? I wouldn't mind betting if this was a young black/mixed race teenager not only would it have been on the front page but il also bet theyd have been sent too prison. Oh how discriminatory and poop the justice system is in this crooked "one law for them" system is SpursSupporter1
  • Score: 4

10:30pm Sat 17 May 14

Robin Hood999 says...

mdj wrote:
' he will be ....barred permanently from entering College Gardens or visiting Mr Stark (' a bailiff with training in mixed-martial arts, who.....'After Buckmaster then decided to turn away, Mr Stark opened his front door, walked towards him and knocked him down with a single blow to his face. ')
That should be endurable.

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All you losers need to get out more n concentrate on your own life. Sooooo sad how you have to comment when you know nothing on the family it's a old lady living there and her son did what he had to. So what if the son was not there. Would he do the same to a innocent old lady. Guy needs shooting homself. Well done for knocking him out. I would of carried on.
[quote][p][bold]mdj[/bold] wrote: ' he will be ....barred permanently from entering College Gardens or visiting Mr Stark (' a bailiff with training in mixed-martial arts, who.....'After Buckmaster then decided to turn away, Mr Stark opened his front door, walked towards him and knocked him down with a single blow to his face. ') That should be endurable. http://www.guardian- series.co.uk/news/wf news/8835543.CHINGFO RD__Man_jailed_for_h is_part_in__relentle ss__tax_scam/[/p][/quote]All you losers need to get out more n concentrate on your own life. Sooooo sad how you have to comment when you know nothing on the family it's a old lady living there and her son did what he had to. So what if the son was not there. Would he do the same to a innocent old lady. Guy needs shooting homself. Well done for knocking him out. I would of carried on. Robin Hood999
  • Score: -3

10:48pm Sun 18 May 14

Garrow says...

A 51 year old man, with it seems no previous convictions, A person who has contributed to the community, a man who pleads guilty to his offence which so far as the story goes was a one off and some of you think he should have done to prison. How long for? what length of sentence would suit you? A year, two?Every week it seems there is a story in the media about this person getting a caution for some pre-meditated act of violence or supplying class A drugs or that person getting 8 years for murder. I think it would have been very easy for the judge to have made an example of Mr Buckmaster because of him being a councillor, instead he chose to acknowledge the srvice some of these people give to the community. I think he's lost enough without taking away the mans liberty.

By the way Robin hood 999, how do you know it's Mr Stark's mothers house? I looked through the back stories and I can't find any reference to that.
A 51 year old man, with it seems no previous convictions, A person who has contributed to the community, a man who pleads guilty to his offence which so far as the story goes was a one off and some of you think he should have done to prison. How long for? what length of sentence would suit you? A year, two?Every week it seems there is a story in the media about this person getting a caution for some pre-meditated act of violence or supplying class A drugs or that person getting 8 years for murder. I think it would have been very easy for the judge to have made an example of Mr Buckmaster because of him being a councillor, instead he chose to acknowledge the srvice some of these people give to the community. I think he's lost enough without taking away the mans liberty. By the way Robin hood 999, how do you know it's Mr Stark's mothers house? I looked through the back stories and I can't find any reference to that. Garrow
  • Score: 2

11:53pm Sun 18 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

Garrow wrote:
A 51 year old man, with it seems no previous convictions, A person who has contributed to the community, a man who pleads guilty to his offence which so far as the story goes was a one off and some of you think he should have done to prison. How long for? what length of sentence would suit you? A year, two?Every week it seems there is a story in the media about this person getting a caution for some pre-meditated act of violence or supplying class A drugs or that person getting 8 years for murder. I think it would have been very easy for the judge to have made an example of Mr Buckmaster because of him being a councillor, instead he chose to acknowledge the srvice some of these people give to the community. I think he's lost enough without taking away the mans liberty.

By the way Robin hood 999, how do you know it's Mr Stark's mothers house? I looked through the back stories and I can't find any reference to that.
The Starks have a more chequered history than the Councillor, all documented as public records and available for perusal by a few clicks of a button including the apparent victim 'hero' of this case.
[quote][p][bold]Garrow[/bold] wrote: A 51 year old man, with it seems no previous convictions, A person who has contributed to the community, a man who pleads guilty to his offence which so far as the story goes was a one off and some of you think he should have done to prison. How long for? what length of sentence would suit you? A year, two?Every week it seems there is a story in the media about this person getting a caution for some pre-meditated act of violence or supplying class A drugs or that person getting 8 years for murder. I think it would have been very easy for the judge to have made an example of Mr Buckmaster because of him being a councillor, instead he chose to acknowledge the srvice some of these people give to the community. I think he's lost enough without taking away the mans liberty. By the way Robin hood 999, how do you know it's Mr Stark's mothers house? I looked through the back stories and I can't find any reference to that.[/p][/quote]The Starks have a more chequered history than the Councillor, all documented as public records and available for perusal by a few clicks of a button including the apparent victim 'hero' of this case. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 2

2:26pm Mon 19 May 14

Robin Hood999 says...

You don't need to know how I know. All you need to know is you are a sad looser that knows nothing. This was a random attack by a known person who should be locked up. People do a lot less and get a worst punishment. And how you can comment in the stark family when you don't know them amazes me. Not the family you want to be mouthing off about. As you say. They have quite a history don't they.
You don't need to know how I know. All you need to know is you are a sad looser that knows nothing. This was a random attack by a known person who should be locked up. People do a lot less and get a worst punishment. And how you can comment in the stark family when you don't know them amazes me. Not the family you want to be mouthing off about. As you say. They have quite a history don't they. Robin Hood999
  • Score: 2

3:46pm Mon 19 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

Robin Hood999 wrote:
You don't need to know how I know. All you need to know is you are a sad looser that knows nothing. This was a random attack by a known person who should be locked up. People do a lot less and get a worst punishment. And how you can comment in the stark family when you don't know them amazes me. Not the family you want to be mouthing off about. As you say. They have quite a history don't they.
Yes exactly, they should and have been locked up, all publicly documented, even on this thread.
[quote][p][bold]Robin Hood999[/bold] wrote: You don't need to know how I know. All you need to know is you are a sad looser that knows nothing. This was a random attack by a known person who should be locked up. People do a lot less and get a worst punishment. And how you can comment in the stark family when you don't know them amazes me. Not the family you want to be mouthing off about. As you say. They have quite a history don't they.[/p][/quote]Yes exactly, they should and have been locked up, all publicly documented, even on this thread. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 2

7:29am Tue 20 May 14

SpursSupporter1 says...

Some people really do amaze me in that "good character, servicing the community" this guy broke the law End Of. Simple in a very serious way and I go back too my earlier commemt in that il bet if he was a young teenager people would be crying out for them too be sent to jail the whole thing stinks of double standards and hypocrisy
Some people really do amaze me in that "good character, servicing the community" this guy broke the law End Of. Simple in a very serious way and I go back too my earlier commemt in that il bet if he was a young teenager people would be crying out for them too be sent to jail the whole thing stinks of double standards and hypocrisy SpursSupporter1
  • Score: -2

7:31am Tue 20 May 14

SpursSupporter1 says...

Also I didn't the usual "law breaking benefit scrounger" lol
Also I didn't the usual "law breaking benefit scrounger" lol SpursSupporter1
  • Score: -2

1:50pm Tue 20 May 14

kirstywright says...

SpursSupporter1 wrote:
Some people really do amaze me in that "good character, servicing the community" this guy broke the law End Of. Simple in a very serious way and I go back too my earlier commemt in that il bet if he was a young teenager people would be crying out for them too be sent to jail the whole thing stinks of double standards and hypocrisy
totally agree spurs supporter-- look at the Danny Nightingale case and he didn't even threaten anyone.
[quote][p][bold]SpursSupporter1[/bold] wrote: Some people really do amaze me in that "good character, servicing the community" this guy broke the law End Of. Simple in a very serious way and I go back too my earlier commemt in that il bet if he was a young teenager people would be crying out for them too be sent to jail the whole thing stinks of double standards and hypocrisy[/p][/quote]totally agree spurs supporter-- look at the Danny Nightingale case and he didn't even threaten anyone. kirstywright
  • Score: -1

6:24pm Tue 20 May 14

I'm Alan says...

Could you imagine if he was a Ukip member.. Wall to wall coverage..
Could you imagine if he was a Ukip member.. Wall to wall coverage.. I'm Alan
  • Score: 6

5:42pm Wed 21 May 14

cynicalsue says...

'Prior to the heated incident, Buckmaster had recently lost his best friend and godfather to one of his children through drug abuse, and had lost his job as a finance worker in the city after his role became obsolete.'

I wonder if 'prior to' was last week, year or 10 years ago? Always a good standby set of excuses!
'Prior to the heated incident, Buckmaster had recently lost his best friend and godfather to one of his children through drug abuse, and had lost his job as a finance worker in the city after his role became obsolete.' I wonder if 'prior to' was last week, year or 10 years ago? Always a good standby set of excuses! cynicalsue
  • Score: -1

1:04am Thu 22 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

cynicalsue wrote:
'Prior to the heated incident, Buckmaster had recently lost his best friend and godfather to one of his children through drug abuse, and had lost his job as a finance worker in the city after his role became obsolete.'

I wonder if 'prior to' was last week, year or 10 years ago? Always a good standby set of excuses!
Only lefties have 'mitigating circumstances' then by your silly perception then?
[quote][p][bold]cynicalsue[/bold] wrote: 'Prior to the heated incident, Buckmaster had recently lost his best friend and godfather to one of his children through drug abuse, and had lost his job as a finance worker in the city after his role became obsolete.' I wonder if 'prior to' was last week, year or 10 years ago? Always a good standby set of excuses![/p][/quote]Only lefties have 'mitigating circumstances' then by your silly perception then? Villagecranberry
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