Paedogeddon - Jimmy Savile and other celebs Page 73

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  • Retroid Moderator 2 May 2013 12:38:41 44,503 posts
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    Ah, right. If there's a logic and he just disagrees, that's fine. It's if it sails into shadow governments etc. that they're a write-off.
  • nickthegun 2 May 2013 12:39:47 58,784 posts
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    Yeah, he actually makes good points its just that he instantly gets written off as a mental.

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  • yegon 2 May 2013 13:55:53 5,167 posts
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    Sister in law worked in a card shop when she was a student 20 years ago. Stuart Hall was there for the grand opening (of the card shop that is). Was very tactile and a grumpy, rude arrogant twat by all accounts.
  • Nexus_6 2 May 2013 16:01:56 3,872 posts
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    Well he is getting his just desserts for that now isn't he?
  • mcmothercruncher 2 May 2013 17:59:39 6,451 posts
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    Wonder if he'll get a custodial sentence though at that age?
    They should divide his fortune up by the number of cases and hand it out to begin, barely, but begin amending for this. Even so, he's had a great life being caught this late, eh?

    Imagine the number of occasions the women in question will have seen the streak of shit being lauded on television, it's utterly nauseating.
  • mcmothercruncher 2 May 2013 18:00:14 6,451 posts
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    / plus obligatory nelka leg to stand on comment.
  • DaM 2 May 2013 18:24:17 12,901 posts
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    mcmothercruncher wrote:
    Wonder if he'll get a custodial sentence though at that age?
    They should divide his fortune up by the number of cases and hand it out to begin, barely, but begin amending for this. Even so, he's had a great life being caught this late, eh?
    They could maybe get together with Total Wipeout to come up with a special course he has to attempt - just a tad more dangerous than usual, with metal spikes, electrified bits, fire, fire, everywhere.... and he has to wear a comedy large nonce suit.
  • yegon 2 May 2013 20:27:53 5,167 posts
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    mcmothercruncher wrote:
    Even so, he's had a great life being caught this late, eh?

    Sep Blatter & Berlusconi say hello. I swear these chaps are so old and powerful they laugh at the thought they'll ever get their comeuppance before they carc it, the legal system being what it is. Blatter hasn't actually been caught I suppose, but we all know he's an alpha lizard and bent as fook.

    Edited by yegon at 20:28:35 02-05-2013
  • mcmothercruncher 2 May 2013 21:19:20 6,451 posts
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    Interesting article on how the Stuart Hall prosecution started with an anonymous letter.
  • RobTheBuilder 6 May 2013 22:35:16 6,521 posts
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    Just seen twitter rumour that Tarby might be the next person accused...
  • Kami 6 May 2013 22:38:37 2,413 posts
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    @RobTheBuilder ; I just saw it as well. Apparently the Daily Fail are already running it, so...

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  • Youthist 7 May 2013 00:07:22 10,010 posts
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    @mcmothercruncher

    His age doesn't matter / isn't relevant. Prison is full of dirty old men that have been thrown inside when these sorts of crimes have come to the surface years later (usually by family members who grew up and finally went to police).

    In terms of his sentence it all comes down to the sentence for the crime at the time of the crime. So - in the 1960s, the maximum sentence for sex crimes against children was shockingly low, and different if you were a boy or girl. So it depends which crimes he is getting done for and exactly when. If he is getting done for some more serious ones in the 80s then he will be in a much worse situation then if his more serious ones were in late 60s and early 70s.

    Think of how stupid the average person is, and realise half of them are stupider than that

  • superdelphinus 7 May 2013 01:12:56 8,021 posts
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    What if they eventually discovered that basically every 60+ year old man in the country was guilty of some sort of sexual assault?
  • Ka-blamo 7 May 2013 01:21:30 7,290 posts
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    Yep, jimmy Tarbuck arrested
  • Sid-Nice 7 May 2013 01:38:12 15,852 posts
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    I was sexually abused by a film star when I was 14 and I was too ashamed to report the incident to the police; to this day no fucker believes me when I tell them "I was raped by Britt Ekland when she was filming Get Carter in Newcastle."

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  • Dirtbox 7 May 2013 01:55:43 77,468 posts
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    She's still suffering from the trauma.

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  • Sid-Nice 7 May 2013 03:14:14 15,852 posts
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    The film wasn't that bad.

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  • Deleted user 7 May 2013 04:38:53
    Britt didn't film any scenes for Get Carter in Newcastle, and throughout the duration of the film her character was based in London. That doesn't mean that she couldn't have done you in London though :D

    Edited by Dogme at 04:40:53 07-05-2013
  • OptimusPube 7 May 2013 06:04:46 2,907 posts
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    I met Jimmy Tarbuck once, I hope I didn't catch rapitis.

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  • mrpon 7 May 2013 06:30:53 28,442 posts
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    Weiner Takes All

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  • CosmicFuzz 7 May 2013 06:46:18 23,193 posts
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    This is mental. What does his daughter present again? Radio?

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  • jonsaan 7 May 2013 07:39:21 25,326 posts
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    Radio 2

    FCUTA!

  • RightBean 7 May 2013 07:52:20 636 posts
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    Poor Gary Glitter, everyone hated him and it turns out he is relatively normal. I guess all of this should help him feel a bit better though.
  • neilka 7 May 2013 08:11:13 15,655 posts
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    Dusty Bin next please
  • Lukus 7 May 2013 08:15:44 18,998 posts
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    jonsaan wrote:
    Radio 2
    Ha, when? The news during her slot could be interesting if it's today...

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  • mrpon 7 May 2013 08:18:03 28,442 posts
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    neilka wrote:
    Dusty Bin next please
    3 2 1, now takes on a sinister meaning.

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  • Chopsen 7 May 2013 09:11:41 15,723 posts
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    I still don't get this. Tarbuck was arrested, according to that report, for a single episode of child abuse that occurred 40 odd years ago.

    Now, obviously child abuse is a serious crime. But how the hell are you even going to start to investigate that after so much time? What evidence can you hope to collect?
  • nickthegun 7 May 2013 09:19:19 58,784 posts
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    Well, they got Stuart Hall in similar circumstances.

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  • nickthegun 7 May 2013 09:20:58 58,784 posts
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    In fact, most of these cases are historic with, presumably, no physical evidence.

    I suppose with Hall and Jim'll you could build up a pattern of behaviour but a single case would, I imagine, be harder to build a case around.

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  • Deckard1 7 May 2013 09:22:14 27,161 posts
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    I think a lot of it with Stuart Hall, was that multiple people described very similar attacks. Corrorroberated each other innit.
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