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PostRe: Former Russian spy, daughter + police officer critically ill from exposure to nerve agent in Salisbury
by Jenuall » Fri Mar 09, 2018 3:17 pm

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Ad7 wrote:When do we send in Jack Bauer then?


Bauer? Pffft, there's only one guy with the expertise to deal with this sort of thing...

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Due to budget cuts we can not afford Mr Bauer or Mr Bond.

Instead we are going to send Mr Tumble.


Johnny English?


No, Mr Tumble.


But he has no investigation skills. If we want a team to crap this that can work together we just need to yelp for help!

Bring in Ryder and the Paw Patrol.


Have you seen the gadgets the Paw Patrol uses? We can’t afford that!

We can’t afford the competent James Bond, we can’t afford the incompetent Johnny English and we certainly can’t afford a load of dogs.


It's cool, Mayor Good way said she would foot the bill along with Captain Terbutt. Something about a frequent users discount.


So which of the dogs will be on the team?

I'd say definitely Chase, as he'd be able to catch Putin in a big net.


I would go with, Chase as you say for the net, Zuma for Sea based stuff, Skye for air support and Everest in case we need go to the north parts of russia.

Although I would suggest Chase is in his Spy get up not his normal police man one.


Forget all that, just send Robo-dog in there - job done!

Unfortunately Putin probably has Mayor Humdinger in his pocket so we can expect the Catastrophe Crew to turn up and ruin the day for our fearless pups!

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PostRe: Nerve agent attack in Salisbury - 21 people treated, military removing vehicles and objects
by Vermilion » Fri Mar 09, 2018 3:27 pm

Kezzer wrote:^Thats just the nerve agent kicking in


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Well at one point on tuesday i was less than 100 metres from the bench.

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by Hyperion » Fri Mar 09, 2018 3:35 pm

Vermilion wrote:
Kezzer wrote:^Thats just the nerve agent kicking in


:(

Well at one point on tuesday i was less than 100 metres from the bench.


And what about on Sunday?

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by Moggy » Fri Mar 09, 2018 3:53 pm

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Kezzer wrote:^Thats just the nerve agent kicking in


:(

Well at one point on tuesday i was less than 100 metres from the bench.


That’s a rather big courtroom, could you hear the judge from that far back?

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PostRe: Former Russian spy, daughter + police officer critically ill from exposure to nerve agent in Salisbury
by Wrathy » Fri Mar 09, 2018 3:54 pm

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Wrathy wrote:Taken as a whole, we don’t have any option other than to thank Mr Putin for conducting his assassination in a largely pointless city and politely asking him to refrain from collateral damage on our citizens next time.


I wouldn't say Salisbury is pointless, it's actually rather nice.


I enjoy a cathedral as much as the next person but it’s hardly London, Birmingham, Manchester etc

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PostRe: Former Russian spy, daughter + police officer critically ill from exposure to nerve agent in Salisbury
by Moggy » Fri Mar 09, 2018 4:01 pm

Wrathy wrote:
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Wrathy wrote:Taken as a whole, we don’t have any option other than to thank Mr Putin for conducting his assassination in a largely pointless city and politely asking him to refrain from collateral damage on our citizens next time.


I wouldn't say Salisbury is pointless, it's actually rather nice.


I enjoy a cathedral as much as the next person but it’s hardly London, Birmingham, Manchester etc


True, it’s far better than two of those places.

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PostRe: Former Russian spy, daughter + police officer critically ill from exposure to nerve agent in Salisbury
by Wrathy » Fri Mar 09, 2018 4:01 pm

Moggy wrote:
Wrathy wrote:
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Wrathy wrote:Taken as a whole, we don’t have any option other than to thank Mr Putin for conducting his assassination in a largely pointless city and politely asking him to refrain from collateral damage on our citizens next time.


I wouldn't say Salisbury is pointless, it's actually rather nice.


I enjoy a cathedral as much as the next person but it’s hardly London, Birmingham, Manchester etc


True, it’s far better than two of those places.


Yeah man strawberry float London and Manchester

Brummies for life

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PostRe: Nerve agent attack in Salisbury - 21 people treated, military removing vehicles and objects
by OrangeRakoon » Fri Mar 09, 2018 4:28 pm

I've never been to Salisbury, but I don't think it'd be hard for me to prefer it to all three of those cities

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PostRe: Nerve agent attack in Salisbury - 21 people treated, military removing vehicles and objects
by Hyperion » Fri Mar 09, 2018 5:03 pm

It does contain Vermilion though

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by Vermilion » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:59 pm

Moggy wrote:That’s a rather big courtroom, could you hear the judge from that far back?


He had to use a megaphone.

Hyperion wrote:
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Kezzer wrote:^Thats just the nerve agent kicking in


:(

Well at one point on tuesday i was less than 100 metres from the bench.


And what about on Sunday?


20 miles.

Hyperion wrote:It does contain Vermilion though


Lots of cities contain Vermilion.

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PostRe: Nerve agent attack in Salisbury - 21 people treated, military removing vehicles and objects
by RichardUK » Fri Mar 09, 2018 11:19 pm

I know it’s a serious matter and I really hope the police officer makes a full recovery but every time I see those green suit people it makes me laugh even though it does remind me of the sad part in E.T

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PostRe: Nerve agent attack in Salisbury - 21 people treated, military removing vehicles and objects
by Vermilion » Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:04 am

I do wonder whether the daughter might have been more involved than we realise, i mean think about it, she recently flew in from Russia and could have easily been tasked with (and promised a ton of cash for) doing the hit. Only when it came to actually carrying it out, she was sloppy, mucked it up and ended up getting herself too. It's too poorly executed to be a true professional surely, as any half decent hitman would have just taken the guy out to the woods, rubbed him out quietly, and then disappeared.

There's way too much about this case which just doesn't add up.

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by Saint of Killers » Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:34 am

Vermilion wrote:I do wonder whether the daughter might have been more involved than we realise, i mean think about it, she recently flew in from Russia and could have easily been tasked with (and promised a ton of cash for) doing the hit. Only when it came to actually carrying it out, she was sloppy, mucked it up and ended up getting herself too. It's too poorly executed to be a true professional surely, as any half decent hitman would have just taken the guy out to the woods, rubbed him out quietly, and then disappeared.

There's way too much about this case which just doesn't add up.


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by Vermilion » Sun Mar 11, 2018 9:01 am

Yeah, on reading that back, i probably should have chosen my words better. :lol:

My point still stands though.

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by Heskimo » Sun Mar 11, 2018 12:43 pm

Vermilion wrote:My point still stands though.


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by Qikz » Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:27 pm

:lol:

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PostRe: Nerve agent attack in Salisbury - 21 people treated, military removing vehicles and objects
by Vermilion » Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:39 pm

Dammit! >_<

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PostRe: Nerve agent attack in Salisbury - 21 people treated, military removing vehicles and objects
by satriales » Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:11 pm

The police are now telling people who were at the restaurant to wash their clothes and belongings in case there is traces of the nerve agent. It's been a week! That sort of advice should have been given with the first day or two. We'd be useless at stopping it if the aim had been to target as many people as possible.

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PostRe: Nerve agent attack in Salisbury - 21 people treated, military removing vehicles and objects
by Rightey » Sun Mar 11, 2018 11:55 pm

Vermilion wrote:There's way too much about this case which just doesn't add up.


Considering they shot the last guy with a type of polonium only found in one particular research facility in Russia, and they regularly shoot journalists with guns that only the KGB have access to I'd wager this is more about sending a message then actually killing the guy.

Everyone knows who did this, but no one can do gooseberry fool. It's just to show any would be traitors what will happen to them.

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PostRe: Nerve agent attack in Salisbury - 21 people treated, military removing vehicles and objects
by Preezy » Mon Mar 12, 2018 10:25 am

Yeah, if Russia really wanted this particular guy dead for some really important reason, he'd have just been shot. This elaborate use of nerve agents is so over the top, it reeks of saber rattling.

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