Re: police target bad driving
- From: Conor <conor.turton@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 13 Apr 2007 12:35:17 +0100
In article <1176399161.114603.56250@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
allan tracy says...
I figured as much which is why we haven't let it get to us as some
They don't target anything. Someone broke into our house on Monday.
Fortunatley the dog saw them off. Conversation went along the lines of
"are you making a claim off the insurance?", "no", "well as there's no
chance of catching anyone, there's no point raising a case number".
Yes, but burglars are usually habitual and statistically after about
twenty break-ins they will be caught - I know that's little in the way
The reason the police can't be bothered is that most of the burglars,
armed robbers etc etc they do catch are being caught by targeting
motorists for driving without tax and insurance and then discovering
some additional circumstantial evidence.
It's by far the easiest way to catch thieves as someone who's used to
breaking into people's houses is hardly likely to be losing any sleep
about having things like road tax either.
So, for the most part, they will be caught the problem is that little
will be done to them to prevent further misdemeanour and they know
But then most of them couldn't give a dam about being caught anyway
because they're drug addicts and the next fix will always be uppermost
in their thinking in fact the only thing in their thinking.
Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright
until you hear them speak.........
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