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Where Great Britain Used To Be

Via TP, the police raid and crack open thousands of safety deposit boxes. That place is done.

8 Responses to “Where Great Britain Used To Be”

  1. Texas Jack Says:

    Damn shame. What once was a nation that earned the “Great” in its name has become a third world garbage heap.We need to get our assets out of there before they start that last drop into the dark.

  2. Chas Says:

    Markie Marxist sez: “Cool! The outright seizure of private property with extensive destruction of private property to get it! Ha! Ha! What a great demonstration of the authority of the state over the individual! All your private property is belong to us! Ha! Ha!”

  3. Bill Twist Says:

    Apparently the only guns they seized were a 9mm Glock and a converted airgun (a Brocock). Oh, and *NINE* rounds of ammo.

    Man, I bet those Brits are sleeping easier tonight knowing that a couple guns and less than a mag full of bullets are off the streets.

  4. JKB Says:

    It was a cash generation through forfeiture exercise. The claim was that 90% of the boxes were owned by criminals. Turns out only 50% were even rented and of that many were owned by people with the wherewithal to sue for their property. Now the scheme is a net loss to the treasury and even the podunk judges they had to shop this scam to know to be skeptical of police claims.

  5. Paul Says:

    The police there are not much better than the crooks they are supposed to be after. Almost like the SS or Gestapo. So hungry for cash they become the robbers they are trying to stop.

    What next? Raid every house on a given block and take all the cash people can’t “prove” is theirs?

    Why it’s a nation worthy of Al Capone.

  6. cory Says:

    What’s up with the glock in that picture?

    I’ve never seen one come apart like that before. Mine certainly can’t be disassembled that way.

  7. Bruce Says:

    QUOTE: Although the police told a judge that ‘nine out of ten’ of all of the thousands of box-holders were probably criminally minded, criminally connected or felons…

    Sure, if possession of inanimate objects is criminalized.

  8. SayUncle Says:

    cory, i’m guessing airsoft.