Thursday, 26 July 2012

Seems Pretty Appropriate To Me...

Prosecutor Marie Stace told Boston Magistrates that Jurczak was arrested when he "came into contact with a police car."
However, the 24-year-old's solicitor Phillippa Chatterton painted a very different picture. She claimed the police car drove across two lanes and then collided with her client leaving him with a broken ankle.
Miss Chatterton added: "This was clearly not the appropriate technique."
Oh, I don't know. Caught him, didn't they?
Homeless Jurczak, who attended court on crutches, pleaded guilty to a theft charge and was sentenced to one day of detention to be served within the confines of the courthouse.
*sigh* Should have reversed over him too...


Madras Berry said...

You are all heart and sufficiently charitable to have found employment in the blue cloth, JuliaM.

What's that you say? You were dismissed as a 'probie' for abusing suspects? *Sigh* Now I understand your feelings in this case. How unfair it always seems to the immoral when they are caught in flagranti. *Snorkheh*

JuliaM said...

Sorry to disappoint, but I've never applied for the police. I have been in uniform, though... ;)