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Thursday, 19 July 2012

19/7/12


I heard on the BBC News today that the level of crime has dropped, especially the number of homicides. The number of what? Homicides....Fuck off! This is the UK not the USA, and it's murder here!  

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

bullshit anyway, theres more murders than ever

undeadboy said...

Now it's legal for the Met Police to murder I imagine that statistic will need to be revised upwards. Too much CSI is to blame.

styreneboy said...

1) Homicide isn't an American word... Or somebody should have told 999 all those years ago.

2) As regards the police's right to kill - "I believe in justice / I believe in vengeance / I believe in getting the bastard".

Nuzz Prowlin' Wolf said...

They can read what they like into statistics and the media well...."you and me we know better, it's only propaganda" Police brutality...Liddle Towers, James Kelly, Blair Peach etc, and now Ian Tomlinson. Bring back The Rockford Files, Homicide may not be an American word, but its useage for describing the killing of someone has primarily been in the good old US of A, and I've rarely heard it used on the BBC news before. Cheers for yer comments good people.