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08-11-2019, 15:06   #31
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Can someone tell this simpleton why he was attacked, and by whom? Without speaking in code and nudge nudge wink winking I live too far away to understand border talk!
It was the notorious north Lenister mob boss Jimmy the Aardvark.
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Do the English have the equivalent of the CAB, to confiscate his house and assets from that side?

they do, in fact i believe it was modeled on CAB. i remember reading an article about it, at the time it was being brought in the english police referred to colloquially as ''Murphys Law''.
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Reports that Cyril was a cousin of former Sinn Fein deputy Martin McGuinness. Can anyone confirm?
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Big man who liked terrorising people keels over at a knock at his door.
Not so tough after all.

Good riddance to bad rubbish.
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Reports that Cyril was a cousin of former Sinn Fein deputy Martin McGuinness. Can anyone confirm?
He was related either nephew or cousin.
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Big man who liked terrorising people keels over at a knock at his door.
Not so tough after all.

Good riddance to bad rubbish.
I think the Police may have tasered him which lead to the heart attack and subsequent pissing himself.
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It was the notorious north Lenister mob boss Jimmy the Aardvark.
Was he not a Slothe? Jimmy the Slothe?
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I think the Police may have tasered him which lead to the heart attack and subsequent pissing himself.
Good.
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08-11-2019, 15:14   #39
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i know they wont release it, but i would part with good money to see the police officer's bodycam footage of his ugly mug when they 'er "knocked" on his door.

"wakey! wakey!"
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He probably die too fast, good riddance
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“Once recruited by MI5”. Now there’s a cast iron way to avoid prosecution for quite a while.
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saves the costs of trying him and us paying for it

good riddance.

great riddance in fact.
Innocent until proven guilty?

You have a very simple mind my friend, if you think the ringleader of this whole operation conveniently died while officers were searching his house.
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He was related either nephew or cousin.
Thanks. There's definitely a resemblance in some of the images I've seen of him. Like a fatter, scummier version of Martin.
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what the fool didn't realise is the attack on Mr. Lunney, had wider economic implications. ie the ability/willingness of MNCs/FDI to locate in the border area and perhaps beyond.
he effectively attracted a hugh $hitstorm on his head, on both sides of the border and on both islands.

the deaths of those poor Vietnamese people would also have strengthened the resolve of the powers of state to sort this lot out.

hopefully some good will come of this, and i congratulate the Gardai, the PSNI, and Derbyshire Police on some brillant work.
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Innocent until proven guilty?

You have a very simple mind my friend, if you think the ringleader of this whole operation conveniently died while officers were searching his house.
Some people delight in a conspiracy, particularly those uninclined to pay TV licence fees. However most often, a cigar is just a cigar.

I absolutely accept that an overweight, middle-aged man, living a stressful life (self induced) might well have a dicky ticker that could throw a jammer at any moment, not least from the shock of the cops kicking in his door in a house he thought he was safe in, or from a taser blast if he resisted. He may also have thought he was facing a worse fate from a dangerous enemy that found him and literally and figuratively shat himself.

If you further think that police officers engaged in a raid linked directly to a couple of the highest profile and most appalling cases in both Britain and Ireland this year were not going to carry out the raid absolutely by the book, then you're even madder.

Either way, if he is the man behind these things, my only regret is his loss as a source of information to the paymasters.
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