Wednesday, 21 March 2012

The Blogging Game

Whilst we are all going mad on our own personal blogspots, it is sobering to think that it can be viewed as more than a hobby or past-time.  One of the most popular Police blogs was "Coppersblog" which has now closed down.  It was not very well received by the hierarchy of the Police because it unfortunately told the truth about Law and Order.  Another popular blog was "Nightjack"  This was witten by a ranking officer.  But, lo and behold, a heroic journalist set out to expose this heinous officer.  He relentlessly delved until he unearthed the name and rank of "Nightjack"  It turned out that it was a DI from a Lancashire Force.  He was hauled across the coals and the site shut down.  Wow!!  What a hero!  He really showed his true journalistic skills by almost losing a dedicated cop his job and pension.  He must be so proud!!

    I am not sure if this was the same journalist who uncovered, through blackmail, itself a sickening and illegal measure, just who the "Girl with the one track mind" was.  This anonymous blog and book was written by "Abby Lee"  The blog was a no holds barred account of her sex life.   Just who was this liberated woman?  Our hero had to find out.  He "acquired" her "co-operation" by threatening to reveal all to her mother and having her mothers` photo splashed all over his newspaper.  This kind of blackmail was not a crime because it did not involve money.  Again, what a hero!  The identity of the "Girl with the one track mind" was revealed as one Zoe Margolis.

Gone but will never be forgotten - unfortunately!

Recently, there was the passing of a very notorious Bradford criminal.  This was none other than Donald Neilson, otherwise known as "The Black Panther"  Back in the mid-70`s, he was committing many burglaries and also a number of armed robberies.  He then went on to cold-bloodedly murder three men during the course of his robberies.  He also brutally pistol-whipped the wife of one of his victims, almost beating her to death.  He then committed the crime that shook the nation.  He kidnapped a teenage girl and held her to ransom.  His plot fell apart and he murdered his helpless victim.  He claimed it was an accident.  Neilson spent thirty five years in jail for the crimes he perpetrated.

    The sickening thing was that some people campaigned for his release, saying that he had served more than enough time for his crimes.  Obviously, to these fucknuts, his victims did not amount to much.  But fate came to the rescue and Neilson died behind bars.  One of the Police Officers who arrested Neilson, during an attempt by Neilson to kill him and his partner, did have something to say about him.  He described him as the most dangerous man he has ever faced in his whole life.  This would not mean much to the professional apologists, whom only have one goal in life, and this is to excuse the actions of vicious scum.