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8 minutes ago, La Colombe said:

Let's be honest, the whole event is so absurd in the modern age that it would be nigh on impossible to spot another lunatic in the midst. It's a shambles. 

You can imagine the momentary sense of horror they must have experienced though? Fuck me we’ve just hit a rider at 100mph and nearly killed him, quick paramedic get over here and help us out, oh fuck me he isn’t even a real paramedic either! How can we ever put this down in writing in a report! Today can’t possibly get any worse! 

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Nothing wrong with dressing up and acting all important at any time, see our Speaker for confirmation.

I think Amy and Steve should stand on a joint ticket - "England Burns!"

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The press is reporting that he was a visitor, and yet he stood for the Keys, advertises his services locally and is lobbying to be a lay person on the Steam packet committee,

In what way is he not a local?  Is our news media really that stupid?

 

 

 http://www.iomtoday.co.im/article.cfm?id=44302&headline=TT visitor acquitted of impersonating a paramedic&sectionIs=news&searchyear=2018

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3 hours ago, The Lurker said:

SHE was simply applying the law; sadly it is not enough that an individual dresses as a paramedic; that person has to explicitly state that that they are a paramedic for the offence to be complete. The only witness that heard him state he was a paramedic conceded he may have misheard; in a criminal trial the burden of proof is 'beyond reasonable doubt' and there was reasonable doubt. She had no choice but to acquit him.

It is a fault in the legislation; not the investigation or court.

If "proof beyond reasonable doubt" is a "fault in the legislation" then our Justice System is in serious trouble.....

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8 minutes ago, mollag said:

The press is reporting that he was a visitor, and yet he stood for the Keys, advertises his services locally and is lobbying to be a lay person on the Steam packet committee,

In what way is he not a local?  Is our news media really that stupid?

 

 

 http://www.iomtoday.co.im/article.cfm?id=44302&headline=TT visitor acquitted of impersonating a paramedic&sectionIs=news&searchyear=2018

I think he lives away but returns regularly. He didn't stand for the keys, only announced that he was standing. He got mocked on social media because he couldn't stand since he doesn't live here and never stood. You've got to remember this guy has a fluid concept of the truth.

 

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Just now, Declan said:

I think he lives away but returns regularly. He didn't stand for the keys, only announced that he was standing. He got mocked on social media because he couldn't stand since he doesn't live here and never stood. You've got to remember this guy has a fluid concept of the truth.

Does this mean he's pissed all the time?

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Declan, he Lives in Badford. Visits regularly. Runs a Manx FB group. Posts, authoritatively, but often wrongly,  about drones, aviation law, benefit entitlement, human rights.

Gathers the disaffected, gives them false hope, does Barrie type McKenzie friend stuff in Tribunals - not sure to what effect.

Drives a U.K. West Riding registered car, with medical symbols plastered either side of the tailgate, including medical equipment on board and paramedic symbols.

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1 hour ago, gettafa said:

The local press are usually quick to plaster people's physog on the front pages but not this time. This is one where it would at least be useful.

In fairness he was acquitted on Thursday the papers were already printed and out not much they can do

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2 hours ago, thommo2010 said:

In fairness he was acquitted on Thursday the papers were already printed and out not much they can do

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-isle-of-man-46398008?fbclid=IwAR1xce5VpVzCZu1M-rmriIFHFNolR_NCTtpJazAyhcXBjH1y_OK4tN5U2ww

 

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BBC https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-isle-of-man-46398008?fbclid=IwAR3Os-uZZ50m5CffWqULSuCD8FrqyHilIjGCvmclNlzR5VfjRXXJW9iWPmY

I thought he'd be a younger bouncer type.

Nice consistency from the BBC or the Judge there -

"However, while Deputy High Bailiff Jane Hughes labelled his behaviour "totally inappropriate", she said there was no case to answer.

There was no suggestion he had done anything inappropriate, she said."

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16 minutes ago, Declan said:

BBC https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-isle-of-man-46398008?fbclid=IwAR3Os-uZZ50m5CffWqULSuCD8FrqyHilIjGCvmclNlzR5VfjRXXJW9iWPmY

I thought he'd be a younger bouncer type.

Nice consistency from the BBC or the Judge there -

"However, while Deputy High Bailiff Jane Hughes labelled his behaviour "totally inappropriate", she said there was no case to answer.

There was no suggestion he had done anything inappropriate, she said."

Will the "deputy high bailiff" now automatically move up to "high bailiff", since the promotion of ( can`t remember his name ) to second deeemster ?

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