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Post  teamplayer2 on Sat Feb 23, 2013 9:04 pm

Sorry what you had to go through Pellis. Let us hope the person who put you through all this get the jail time they deserve and good luck with your studies.

Like you hear about so many other attacks just no reason for it.

The question is why did they do it?
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Post  Pellis94 on Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:26 am

teamplayer2 wrote:Sorry what you had to go through Pellis. Let us hope the person who put you through all this get the jail time they deserve and good luck with your studies.

Like you hear about so many other attacks just no reason for it.

The question is why did they do it?
In answer to your question it was completely unprovoked, i'm assuming it could be mistaken identity perhaps. Thanks again for your nice comments Smile
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Post  Mulldog on Tue Mar 05, 2013 8:39 pm

Pellis94 wrote:
teamplayer2 wrote:Sorry what you had to go through Pellis. Let us hope the person who put you through all this get the jail time they deserve and good luck with your studies.

Like you hear about so many other attacks just no reason for it.

The question is why did they do it?
In answer to your question it was completely unprovoked, i'm assuming it could be mistaken identity perhaps. Thanks again for your nice comments Smile

Glad to hear you're doing well again and attempting to move on. Smile
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Post  Hinch on Wed Mar 06, 2013 7:08 am

cyfrifia wrote:Perhaps they ought to put up signs saying 'Danger- Drugged up Criminals Attack Here' to warn the public who may be unfamiliar with the area.

That needs rewriting!

It sounds like an instruction for drugged up criminals to carry out an attack.
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Post  cyfrifia on Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:00 am

It is true that a drugged up criminal may not be up to speed with their punctuation.

'Danger- Drugged up Criminals Attack Here'


Is clearly an information and warning sign. But,

'Danger drugged up Criminals, Attack Here'

Could be misinterpreted.
Just shows how important it is to teach literacy skills in schools and prisons. If an effective warning sign, perhaps with an illustration, could be placed where such attacks take place on a repeated, if intermittent basis, it may save someone, especially someone unfamiliar with the area, from injury. Designing such a sign might make a useful schools project. The unwary and unsuspecting public, the innocents so to speak, do deserve some warning and protection.

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Post  Hinch on Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:10 am

Perhaps a simple addition to the existing borough boundary signs could be made to save money and give out a useful warning?

'Welcome to Rochdale. Beware, Scrotes, Groomers and Muggers operate in this area.'
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Post  Chill37 on Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:16 am

cyfrifia wrote:It is true that a drugged up criminal may not be up to speed with their punctuation.

'Danger- Drugged up Criminals Attack Here'


Is clearly an information and warning sign. But,

'Danger drugged up Criminals, Attack Here'

Could be misinterpreted.
Just shows how important it is to teach literacy skills in schools and prisons. If an effective warning sign, perhaps with an illustration, could be placed where such attacks take place on a repeated, if intermittent basis, it may save someone, especially someone unfamiliar with the area, from injury. Designing such a sign might make a useful schools project. The unwary and unsuspecting public, the innocents so to speak, do deserve some warning and protection.

Which would lead to areas that could be determined to be 'no-go' areas. Would you go into an area bordered with signs like this?

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Post  cyfrifia on Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:39 am

Chill37 wrote:
Which would lead to areas that could be determined to be 'no-go' areas. Would you go into an area bordered with signs like this?

There are areas in towns and cities many people would not go into anyway, on the basis of local knowledge, at least they would be wary and not linger. It's different for someone who does not know the area. Car parks sometimes have 'Caution- car thieves operate in this area', and roads have 'Three fatalities in the last twelve months' type signs.

It is a dilemma of sorts, but seeing people unknowingly walk into dangerous places, not warning them and then see them robbed and injured without doing anything about it, or to stop it happening again isn't right.

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Post  Chill37 on Wed Mar 06, 2013 10:32 am

yes it is a dilemma. But one view is by putting up signs to this effect instantly lets the bad guys win and punsihs the law abiding. Which leads to the question what makes a no go area in the first place? Is it signs like this? Word of mouth? Dare I say it- the people who reside in the no go areas. Such as the drunks at Church Stile as that is one area I wont walk through. Despite the fact that the no alcohol zone starts there- unless I'm misstaken. So why is nothing been done about that area to name but one.

As I indcated before better signs would be - 'Warning to all criminals - anyone found to be caught in/or about to to commit a crime will be arrested'. That way law abiding people can walk around and it will be the bad guys who will have no go areas. But I suspect that will be against their human rights.

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Post  cyfrifia on Wed Mar 06, 2013 11:05 am

Like the nurses in the Staffordshire NHS, penalised for spending too much time caring for patients, the whole structure of our services like the police and so on has become out of kilter. Everything that is supposed to serve the public should start from caring about the public, not putting them through a target-driven mill.


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Post  Atlas on Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:34 am

We live in an over-burdened society unable to cater for 'needs' of everyone. This forum is presently discussing two major areas i.e. policing and health. The answers you strive for cannot be of a satisfactory nature unless resources are taken from other areas to accomplish them. I could ask 'which areas' and be bludegeoned to death verbally by the responses as everyone will have their own pet dumping-ground. The answer has to be - Don't take risks. Think before you put yourself into such a situation. And if you do decide the 'risk' has to be taken (as I did in your fair town last week) be prepared for the consequences. Fair fortune Very Happy Wink
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