Wednesday, 8 April 2009

It's a pity they can't both lose

Well, it seems that they can. Turns out that the police who were bottled/bricked/whatevered while trying to save the life of a heart attack victim, caused the heart attack.

Initially, a police post mortem examination attributed his death to natural causes. But this version of events was challenged after witnesses came forward saying they recognised the dead man from photographs published on Friday.


Everyone emerges from this little clusterfuck covered in glory. Bet you the coroner "directs" the jury on this one, too.

People are dying because of the NHS, people are dying because of the police, the political class is blatantly stealing from the taxpayer, we are being spied upon, our government is destroying our economy ... oh hang on, 'stenders is on.

3 comments:

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

At least the sun is shining today Obo. It's not all bad...

JuliaM said...

"Turns out that the police who were bottled/bricked/whatevered while trying to save the life of a heart attack victim, caused the heart attack."

With their top-secret heart-attack ray, I suppose...?

If they really DO have one of those, don't you think they'd have pointrd it as Jacqui Jackboots before now?

Anonymous said...

The coroner may well direct the jury.

otoh, once Jack Straw's new Secret Inquests law is passed, you'll never find out anyway.