Re: Cyclist attacked by thug driver.
- From: JMS <jmsmith2010@xxxxxxxxxx >
- Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2010 21:52:50 +0100
On Wed, 20 Oct 2010 11:16:09 -0700 (PDT), Simon Mason
On 20 Oct, 18:50, Phil W Lee <p...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Even worse is that there was no prosecution for the driving offences,
despite him admitting using his motor vehicle as a weapon to force his
victim off the road. This means that he doesn't even have points
(which would at least alert his insurance company to the risk he
represents), never mind a ban (which is what he should have).
Another site reports this, so he may lose his job.
"We asked British Gas some specific questions about Smith, relating to
his possible interaction with the public through his job, his claims
about vandalism to his work vehicle and about the company's policy
regarding the conviction of its employees for offences of violence.
Don't be shy :
The site of course was www.road.cc - I wonder why you didn't say.
I suppose that by asking the question - they were hoping to influence
Stopping distances for bicycles do not appear in the HC ... and so
cannot be of any consequence.
(Simon Mason - who cycles at 25mph in 20 mph limits - and thinks it's clever)
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