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Jack2jack wrote:
13 Oct 2021 21:49
Sound like shes gone off the rails.
Acting a bit above her station, there, dont you think.🚂🚃🚃🚃🚃🚃🚃
Full steam ahead. Don't get carriaged away with all these stories.



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Whatever you think of the protesters , this woman is a lunatic


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19 Oct 2021 11:24


Whatever you think of the protesters , this woman is a lunatic
You’re not wrong, she’s an idiot. I’d be annoyed but there’s only so you can do in situations like that.

Whilst the protestors are obstructing the highway, her actions are crazy and she’s committing an offence that potentially amounts to a prosecution for dangerous driving. If the protestors are injured by the drivers actions, it’s a reportable Road Traffic accident, a potential police investigation and an insurance claim against her and pay out. She may get her policy cancelled and find she can’t get insurance going forward.




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Best_loser wrote:
19 Oct 2021 11:24


Whatever you think of the protesters , this woman is a lunatic
You’re not wrong, she’s an idiot. I’d be annoyed but there’s only so you can do in situations like that.

Whilst the protestors are obstructing the highway, her actions are crazy and she’s committing an offence that potentially amounts to a prosecution for dangerous driving. If the protestors are injured by the drivers actions, it’s a reportable Road Traffic accident, a potential police investigation and an insurance claim against her and pay out. She may get her policy cancelled and find she can’t get insurance going forward.



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A lot of people already know this but a week ago Sunday I had to rush my special needs daughter Amy into Morriston Hospital unable to breathe and after she got there she was diagnosed with pneumonia and came home after six nights on Saturday afternoon.

They would not have sat down in front of me.

Stupid f*cking c*nts.


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MajorR wrote:
19 Oct 2021 11:34
Best_loser wrote:
19 Oct 2021 11:24


Whatever you think of the protesters , this woman is a lunatic
You’re not wrong, she’s an idiot. I’d be annoyed but there’s only so you can do in situations like that.

Whilst the protestors are obstructing the highway, her actions are crazy and she’s committing an offence that potentially amounts to a prosecution for dangerous driving. If the protestors are injured by the drivers actions, it’s a reportable Road Traffic accident, a potential police investigation and an insurance claim against her and pay out. She may get her policy cancelled and find she can’t get insurance going forward.
Instagram "celebrity" see. More hits for her, more money / freebies.

As terrible as those protests are, that woman should 100% lose her licence and be prosecuted.



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If you willingly sit in the middle of a road and you aren't disabled/incapacitated in some way, you really can't complain about being hit by a car in my opinion.

These protestors need to be shown that sitting in the middle of a busy road is a bit, you know, dangerous. The problem is they know they can do it without any fear at all of being hit or injured (by a car or otherwise). Far too soft around them.



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MrSwerve wrote:
19 Oct 2021 12:13
If you willingly sit in the middle of a road and you aren't disabled/incapacitated in some way, you really can't complain about being hit by a car in my opinion.

These protestors need to be shown that sitting in the middle of a busy road is a bit, you know, dangerous. The problem is they know they can do it without any fear at all of being hit or injured (by a car or otherwise). Far too soft around them.
Thankfully your opinion doesn't count for a jot in the legal profession.

There are other ways to deal with these people, without resorting to injuring or killing them. Have a word with yourself.




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Neath_Jack wrote:
19 Oct 2021 12:22
MrSwerve wrote:
19 Oct 2021 12:13
If you willingly sit in the middle of a road and you aren't disabled/incapacitated in some way, you really can't complain about being hit by a car in my opinion.

These protestors need to be shown that sitting in the middle of a busy road is a bit, you know, dangerous. The problem is they know they can do it without any fear at all of being hit or injured (by a car or otherwise). Far too soft around them.
Thankfully your opinion doesn't count for a jot in the legal profession.

There are other ways to deal with these people, without resorting to injuring or killing them. Have a word with yourself.
I don’t for 1 minute condone what they are doing, but anyone who deliberately drives at or injures 1 of them is looking at police intervention and possibly Court whether that’s for a driving offence or assault. That woman may well end up in Court and then not being able to get car insurance. It’s a big price to pay.




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Darran wrote:
19 Oct 2021 11:42
A lot of people already know this but a week ago Sunday I had to rush my special needs daughter Amy into Morriston Hospital unable to breathe and after she got there she was diagnosed with pneumonia and came home after six nights on Saturday afternoon.

They would not have sat down in front of me.

Stupid f*cking c*nts.
Hope Amy is now ok and on the road to a full recovery.



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Darran wrote:
19 Oct 2021 11:42
A lot of people already know this but a week ago Sunday I had to rush my special needs daughter Amy into Morriston Hospital unable to breathe and after she got there she was diagnosed with pneumonia and came home after six nights on Saturday afternoon.

They would not have sat down in front of me.

Stupid f*cking c*nts.
I'd love to see them try it in these parts Dar🙈🙈💥

As alluded to I hope Amy is feeling better 🤞👍
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dickythorpe wrote:
19 Oct 2021 13:10
Darran wrote:
19 Oct 2021 11:42
A lot of people already know this but a week ago Sunday I had to rush my special needs daughter Amy into Morriston Hospital unable to breathe and after she got there she was diagnosed with pneumonia and came home after six nights on Saturday afternoon.

They would not have sat down in front of me.

Stupid f*cking c*nts.
I'd love to see them try it in these parts Dar🙈🙈💥

As alluded to I hope Amy is feeling better 🤞👍
Well there’s a level of bumping them out of the way Dick and getting your 11 year old kid to school is very low.

Thanks.
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Neath_Jack wrote:
19 Oct 2021 12:22
MrSwerve wrote:
19 Oct 2021 12:13
If you willingly sit in the middle of a road and you aren't disabled/incapacitated in some way, you really can't complain about being hit by a car in my opinion.

These protestors need to be shown that sitting in the middle of a busy road is a bit, you know, dangerous. The problem is they know they can do it without any fear at all of being hit or injured (by a car or otherwise). Far too soft around them.
Thankfully your opinion doesn't count for a jot in the legal profession.

There are other ways to deal with these people, without resorting to injuring or killing them. Have a word with yourself.
There are other ways to make a point than block emergency services and children travelling for urgent cancer treatment, etc.

I don't condone injury or aggression - on either sides. It's a stupid way to protest.

I'm sure you've heard about the lady who had a stroke and had further complications due to these protests. That is far more than any damage the public have inflicted on the protesters.
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