“I was begging him ‘please don’t take him away’ because he wouldn’t bite a person, I know he wouldn’t. I had an 18 month old grandchild that took bones up to his mouth.
“He leaned on his steering wheel, right over. I told him: ‘you are frightening me’. I told him: ‘Please stop shouting at me, I’m not well and you are frightening me...then I couldn’t breathe and was opening a window.”Calm down, calm down, calm done!
Michael Armstrong, defending, said this series of events was denied by PC Davidson - including the allegation he said that people had been injured by Major.
Pointing to medical evidence that showed Ms Dixon had suffered issues with her memory for several years before the incident, he questioned her statements.A Scouser with memory problems? Well, I never!
Questioning the claimant’s accusations against PC Davidson, Mr Armstrong said: “This was an incredibly traumatic incident for you. I suggest to you that you have a poor memory anyway and you are looking for somebody to blame for this.
“That’s why you are taking your wrath out on PC Davidson. That’s why there are differences in your stories.”In case you're wondering, she lost the case against them for false imprisonment but still walked away with £6,968 in damages and Merseyside Police have to pay 80% of her legal costs...
A spokesperson for Merseyside Police said: “Merseyside Police notes the decision of the court.”*sotto voce* '...the gullible bastards!'