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Thursday, 24 March 2011

"Bogus Jersey Policeman Jailed - But What About The Other 200 Or So?"


The boy was terrified that he would be thrown from the top of Minden Place car park

A MAN who pretended to be a policeman and threatened to throw a terrified 18-year-old boy from the top of a multi-storey car park in a vigilante-style revenge attack has been jailed.
Barry John Dale (36) had originally been given 240 hours’ community service in December following the attack last July.
But yesterday the Court of Appeal, chaired by Dame Heather Steel, decided that sentence was too lenient and increased it to 12 months in prison.
Dale had pleaded guilty to impersonating a police officer, false imprisonment and grave and criminal assault when originally sentenced. He attacked the boy after the teenager had stolen his girlfriend’s mobile phone.

The boy was terrified that he would be thrown from the top of Minden Place car park!!! SO FUCKING WHAT?

Serves the thieving little scumbag right if you ask me. Natural Justice....bet he won't steal anything again! But, what of the thief? what punishment did he receive through our fabulous judicial system? I sure as hell have not heard anything! could anyone enlighten us?

If he was not punished through the courts, WHY NOT? What goes around, comes around, and he got his sooner than he bargained for. If he was not a thief, this would not have happened.

As so often happens in Jersey's courts, the original victim receives far greater punishment than the instigator or aggressor! This deluded train of thinking must stop, another man in jail whilst the cause of the incident sits by laughing his fucking arse off....

Inept, inane, inert, Jersey Justice....Who can afford such arrogance?

19 comments:

  1. EXACTLY RIGHT! HOW MANY MORE PHONES OR OTHER PROPERTY HAD HE STOLEN? HOW MANY PEOPLE INTIMIDATED OR BULLIED? THIS WEE SHIT DESERVED WHAT HE GOT AND IF MORE PEOPLE DID THIS THEN MAYBE THAT GENERATION WOULD THINK TWICE BEFORE DOING THIS KIND OF THING........WELL DONE TO THE PARENTS...THEY MUST BE SO PROUD...OR TOO BUSY OUT DOING WHAT THEY TAUGHT THEIR SON TO DO!!

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  2. He deserves a medal not jail.

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  3. Sorry Ian and Anonymous - two wrongs do NOT make a right, and this sort of thuggish and violent behaviour by a 36 year old man is in no way justified or to be applauded.

    He has set an equally bad example himself, and his reaction was way over the top regardless of the 'crime'.

    I am surprised at you Ian condoning this sort of thuggery!!

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  4. It stems from 23 years of this bullshit justice system GeeGee. Nothing is ever fair in our corrupt, backward courts, so one must make one's own justice, and hold the courts to account.

    I am sure you remember the case where Graham Cousins glassed my pal for no reason, other than he could. My pal got one year jail, I got two years jail, and Cousins got nothing but his expenses paid to him?

    Somewhere along the line GeeGee, there has to be some redress. You yourself have first hand experience of our excuse for a justice system, can it be that hard to understand why the above happened?

    WITH RESPECT LADY....

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  5. Ian - I stand by my above comment that two wrongs do not make a right.

    In this case we have an 18year old 'lad' and a man twice his age taking the law into his own hands. We are making the 36 year old a hero, hence sending out the message that he did the 'right' thing, and, whooppee doo, let us all deal with those who do us an injustice in the same manner.

    Do we know if Mr Dale involved the police at any stage? Did he confront the young man and his parents before he engaged on his revenge attack? If not, he should have done.

    I am well aware of the vagaries of our justice system, but there is and cannot be any excuse for what happened here.....especially the violence.

    We will have to agree to disagree Ian my friend.

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  6. That's ok GeeGee, it's healthy, and part of friendship.

    My point (in my case) is simple....how long can, and should one, tollerate being beaten with the same stick?

    There are 3 choices:

    1/ Tollerate the beatings
    2/ Take the stick and hit back
    3/ Take the stick and break it

    Whilst option 3 would seem to be the most plausible option to most people, our corrupt regime always seem to have a fresh stick at hand!

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  7. Sorry but I think that by increasing this guys sentence all its done is send a message to the thieves etc that its ok, they know the police won't punish them, and if they did its no deterrent, usually just a slapped wrist, god knows their parents won't. Yes maybe what was done to the 'poor young innocent boy' was over the top, but at least for once he saw a consequence of his actions.

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  8. "but at least for once he saw a consequence of his actions."

    Spot on Anon :)

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  9. I am not sure if readers really see what is going on here? I think it is the old ploy to stop people appealing their sentences.

    keep control over the plebs. Our establishment wankers have taken a right twatting over HDLG (it's not going away) and are desperate to stamp their delusional authority over the plebians who reside in Jersey. Desperation is their middle name, attempting to recreate that "climate of fear" that has served them so well over the decades, which is slowly being eroded by bloggers.

    I hope this guy, who was gifted a year in jail, is not feared of this vile regime, and appeals his case to the ultimate conclusion.

    We are not fearful of "The Jersey Child Rape Party" any more, you hold nothing over us that we cannot overcome!

    You may well have some of us executed in future months, or years, but that will not prevent your demise, IT'S OVER, FINISHED, KERPUT....

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  10. Spot on Ian. Your bravery is inspiring. It will be a dirty battle, but we will avail. No quarter.

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  11. I saw Bill the bully Nelson in Waitrose the other day. He didn't look well. Ha ha.

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  12. 68 guns will never die.

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  13. 68 guns? Oh, boy howdy, that's ALARMING !!!

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  14. Oh, my Oh my, Silly Billy not looking well? My heart pumps purple piss....

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  15. Poor old Bill Nelson! Seriously, I'm not mocking the arsehole, I pity him.

    One of our deluded Scottish bravehearts who, when out of uniform, pisses his pants at his own shadow? Judo is a fine thing Billy Boy, but to be used in, and for , the good and the protection and defence of the weak?

    I will always remember that first day I went to jail, and what you said to me when I got out of the police car!

    I had my line already rehearsed coz i knew what you where going to say, and you said it. But to your detrement, and my credit, I kept silent.

    So long, you washed up old spiteful tosser :)

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  16. Hi Ian.

    Just put up the second Hour of that Talkback program from the 21/03/10.

    Again it is a must listen.

    You can have a listen Here

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  17. To threaten to throw the kid over the top of a car park, was the wrong thing to do.

    HE SHOULD HAVE HAD HIS FINGERS CHOPPED OFF !!!

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  18. Come on,dont be silly,chopping his fingers off would have deprived the little wanker of one of lifes pleasures.:)

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  19. It would be virtually impossible for any person to throw another from top of any car park in Jersey on account of the high steel fence, the intention was obviously to frighten the young thug.
    In any case the sentance was well O.T.T.
    This man should have been given a reward from Public Funds!

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