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It gives a whole new meaning to the term 'lookalikes' though :D
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Let’s hope he is deported at the end of his sentence , I wouldn’t bet on it though he probably has a cat
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-51125928


A Lithuanian man who paid people to use their passports to try and secure UK entry for Albanian nationals has been jailed after eight years on the run.
Irmantas Zvybas, 30, paid up to £800 each for EU passports, before giving them to people who looked liked the holder, the National Crime Agency said.
Zvybas, who had lived in Manchester before fleeing, then went with them to the UK, though they were denied entry.
He was jailed for 10 months at Manchester Crown Court.
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Absolutely, a police officer that has a lot to be proud of, took on the system at the highest level at great risk, this woman should be honoured for her bravery, tenacity and dedication to exposing the corruption of political correctness, we need officers like her to root out the type of vermin that prey on children and young girls, the Chief Constable at the time is deceased, but Fahy who took over in 2008 should be stripped of his Knighthood and fat pension for a start.
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Manchester Chat / Re: Police should be prosecuted - Maggie Oliver
« Last post by celeste on 18:00:33, 15/01/20 »
Brave woman and a fine upstanding citizen O0
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Manchester Chat / Police should be prosecuted - Maggie Oliver
« Last post by celeste on 17:55:56, 15/01/20 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-51122331


A whistleblowing former detective has called for police officers to be prosecuted for "deliberately ignoring" the sexual abuse of young girls.
Maggie Oliver said abuse between 2003 and 2005 was met by "gross criminal neglect at the top echelons" of Greater Manchester Police (GMP).
On Tuesday a report criticised the way authorities handled cases and GMP later admitted "authorities fell short".
GMP's Chief Constable said he was committed to justice for the victims.
Ms Oliver, who resigned over the way cases in Rochdale were handled by the force, said: "These are not mistakes - I want to make it absolutely clear - these were deliberate acts to bury and ignore the abuse of many, many vulnerable children."
The independent review focussed on the 2003 death of 15-year-old Victoria
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Manchester Chat / Re: Market Street stabbing, four injured
« Last post by St Chads Lad on 18:21:19, 13/01/20 »
One of the 'homeless' victims has given an interview to the M.E.N. sitting in his flat, very nice it looks too. 🤯
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Manchester Chat / Re: Market Street stabbing, four injured
« Last post by St Chads Lad on 12:42:25, 13/01/20 »
Now we have a "war" going on between rough sleepers according to Prat Karnage, jeez  ::)  They're now having a crisis meeting, time for a clear out of town, council and political control or the Police force.
  I'm not holding my breath though.
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Manchester Chat / Re: Market Street stabbing, four injured
« Last post by Parky on 12:38:17, 13/01/20 »
The police and the council have let Piccadilly become a cesspit  in the name of political correctness
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Manchester Chat / Market Street stabbing, four injured
« Last post by celeste on 11:27:28, 13/01/20 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-51086738


A man was Tasered and arrested after four people were hurt in a stabbing.
Greater Manchester Police were called to reports that people had been stabbed in Market Street in Manchester at about 18:20 GMT on Sunday.
Four people were injured, including one who was taken to hospital.

A 30-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of serious assault. Police said a Taser was deployed during the arrest.
"This is being treated as an isolated incident and there is not believed to be any wider threat to the public," a police spokesman said.

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