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ah-ha ma theres an idea Viagra patches and whatever else



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f****n anythin throw it at 'em jk...runnin oot o rubber bands!!



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 handy place for hair bands.....eh viagra then will do as an ornament for them



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aye...just dont try the wee mini one's or u may end up on a drive to the hospital.........with the roof down!!!!



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If its that big ...loads of hairbands



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The number of people caught with drugs has soared over the past six years.

Crimes of possession have increased by 58% since 1999-2000, and in 2005-06 a total of 34,440 such crimes were recorded in Scotland, according to figures released yesterday by the Justice Minister, Cathy Jamieson.

The Strathclyde region accounted for more than half of the total, while Dumfries and Galloway only recorded 663 incidents last year.

The figures came in an answer to a parliamentary question by SNP MSP Maureen Watt. She said they reflected a "serious and escalating" problem. "Such a rise has grave implications for the safety of our communities and the health and wellbeing of our nation," she said.

"These figures reflect a severe lack of positive action and policy initiatives on the part of the executive.

"In each year it has been in power it has allowed the situation to deteriorate and spiral out of control. The executive is fire-fighting all the time.

"What the SNP are saying is that we have got to address the root causes of drug misuse. By targeting deprivation with policies for economic growth, we will hopefully get people out of the cycle of deprivation."

The figures are not broken down by drug type, but they include heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine, ecstasy and cannabis. They show that the number of crimes of possession with intent to supply has risen by 15.7% in six years - from 8032 in 1999-2000 to 9293 in 2005-06.

Ms Watt added: "It is good that drug dealers are being caught but for every drug dealer that is caught, at least another one will take over that patch. It isn't dealing with the problem."

A Scottish Executive spokesman said that the rise in recorded crimes reflected work by police forces and the Scottish Drug Enforcement Agency (SDEA).

He said: "This reflects the efforts by police forces and the SDEA, which was established in June 2000 and been strengthened since then, to target those involved in peddling this evil trade.

"Their enforcement efforts have led to increases in the number of these crimes recorded, the number of people being charged and the numbers being brought to justice.

"It also reflects the success of initiatives such as the Drug Dealer's Don't Care campaign to support local communities in the fight against drugs and encourage them to provide anonymous information about dealers operating in their area to get them off our streets."


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Tommy Kirkham
Tommy Kirkham is one of the expelled loyalists.

An Ulster Defence Association spokesman who asked for £8.5m from the government to help disband a notorious unit has been expelled from the organisation.

Tommy Kirkham, an ex-advisor to the UDA leadership, fell out of favour after backing its south east Antrim leader in a dispute with the "inner council".

That ruling body has issued a statement saying it had expelled its leader in that area and his political advisor.

Sources have confirmed they are Gary Fisher and Tommy Kirkham.

The men were not named by the UDA in Thursday's statement.

Tommy Kirkham caused public outrage last October when he said the south east Antrim unit, which was responsible for dozens of murders during the Troubles, wanted to become a community development body.

He asked for £8.5m to help the process and to end criminal activity in the area.

The expulsions come less than a week after it was announced that the government is giving more than £1m to a three-year project aimed at helping the UDA end all paramilitary and criminal activity.

The UDA said all six of its so-called brigades will take part in that project.

A senior police officer subsequently said that the UDA was still "significantly involved" in extortion rackets.


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5 April 2007
KRUEGER SLASHER GETS LIFE.
 
A Nightmare on Elm Street Movie Series
 

A HORROR film fanatic who slashed a sleeping friend with a Freddy Krueger-style bladed glove was jailed for life yesterday.

Jason Moore, 37, attacked his friend John-Paul Skamarski after the pair had been drinking together at Moore's home.

After taking a sleeping pill Mr Skamarski, 59, woke to find himself being slashed around his face and body with the steel-bladed glove Moore had made.

Jobless Moore, 37, of Leicester, was jailed for a minimum of four-and-a-half years after pleading guilty to wounding with intent.

Jailing Moore at Leicester Crown Court, Judge Michael Pert QC said: "You are an extremely dangerous man.

"You are obsessed with violence and killing. You are obsessed in particular with the Freddy Krueger figure in Nightmare On Elm Street.

"What you were fascinated with was using that glove to kill someone. The person you chose was your friend, who was asleep and had no reason to expect an attack."

The horrific weapon, a leather gardening glove with four five-inch blades welded into brass housings, was said in court to be a "labour of love" for Moore.

Baz Bhatia, prosecuting, said: "He has a morbid fascination with serial killers, a morbid interest in horror films and literature that depict acts of violence and killing.

"His fascination in particular is with the film Nightmare on Elm Street. He had prepared and made a number of gloves and took some pleasure and pride in the quality of his workmanship."

Mr Bhatia said the two men had been drinking cider together at Moore's home in the early evening of August 30 last year.

Skamarski woke to find Moore slashing at him with the glove and a 10-inch bread knife.

Amazingly Skamarski only suffered four cuts to his face, cuts to his hand and a one inch stab wound to his chest.

Philip Gibbs, defending, told the court that Moore accepted he was a dangerous man.

He added: "He has only ever wanted to understand his actions. He is a very damaged individual."

'He had prepared a number of gloves'


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UK Soldiers Caught Dressed As Iraqis
Killing Local Police.


Jeff - The BBC reported somthing VERY vague about an attack on the Basra jail but it caught my attention, so I switched to the Australian TV channels to find more info:
 
The reports stated two British commando special forces dressed as Iraqis have been cought by the Iraqis after they were found shooting and killing local policemen. And the Iraqis put them in jail.
 
The British army then, came with tanks, destroyed the jail and freed the two british commandos. In the process, all the Iraqi prisoners in the jail ran away to freedom.
 
Riots started, and I saw British tanks engulfed with molotov coktails and British soldiers runing out of thier tanks, some were on fire.
 
This report give crediblity to the 'conspiracy theorists' who have long claimed many terrorist acts in Iraq are, in fact, being initiated and carried out by US, British and Israeli forces.
 
The TRUTH is the British had to either rescue or kill these two commandos in order to keep these operations secret. Fortunately for the two Brits, they were saved.
 
The British Commander of the forces involved gave such idiotic excuses I won't even bother to report them to you. The followng just moved on the net...
 
 
Iraqi Prison Stormed By British Tanks And Helicopters
 
British forces in tanks and helicopters stormed an Iraqi jail tonight to rescue two service personnel who were arrested after allegedly shooting dead a local policeman and wounding another, the governor of Basra said.
 
The two men had been taken to the Basra jail after violence erupted earlier today in the southern Iraqi city.
 
Photographs of the two - thought to be special forces officers - were taken and released to the media, showing them bandaged and bloody.
 
British troops had arrived at the police station where the two men were being held and encircled the building.
 
They were attacked by demonstrators with rocks and petrol bombs.
 
One soldier was seen engulfed by flames tumbling from his tank and gunfire was exchanged between the two sides, leaving three soldiers injured and two civilians dead.
 
Later, more than 10 tanks and helicopters broke down the walls of the jail in the rescue operation to release the two arrested servicemen.
 
It was also reported that 150 Iraqi prisoners escaped in what Mohammed al-Waili, the governor of Basra, described as a 'barbaric, savage and irresponsible' act.
 
The MoD refused to comment after officials said that the two men were undercover officers dressed as Arabs.
 
The spokesman said: "We can confirm that the two military personnel have been released."
 
Mr al-Waili said: "A British force of more than 10 tanks backed by helicopters attacked the central jail and destroyed it. This is an irresponsible act."
 
He said the British force had spirited the prisoners away to an unknown location.

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Listen to key excerpts from plotters' conversations...

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ABOUT THE SITE...

When I created The Constabulary homepage in 1996 I intended it to be an extension of my hobby and interests .... namely collecting British Police Memorabilia, Sherlockiana, and reading British True Crime and British Police History. First the requests trickled in; then, by 1998 they were pouring in! I began thinking I might be the only resource on the Internet focusing on these interests .... finally, I ran checks on several of the major search engines only to discover THE CONSTABULARY WAS THE ONLY RESOURCE!!! Well, that really caught my attention and made me realize what a tremendous responsibility maintaining a web site (of this type and theme) was going to be.

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What began as a single 'scroll-down' page in 1996 has grown into a 'mega-site' with over 200 pages based on a framework of literally thousands of files. As the year 2002 comes to a close The Constabulary begins to undergo its' third major revision. Now that the Webmaster has retired (from regular police work), he plans to devote more time and attention to the site and hopes to complete the enhancements before December, 2003. Many new features will continue to be added during this period so the Webmaster asks that you tolerate the inconvenience and continue your visits.

While maintaining a virtual presence on the World Wide Web, The Constabulary's mission is to provide visitors with an interesting, informative, and enjoyable online experience.

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Four prison staff have been injured during an outbreak of violence at one of Britain's most secure facilities.

The incident at Belmarsh in south-east London was triggered by an inmate who refused to hand over a laptop computer, the Prison Service said.

The staff were treated in hospital for their injuries. Officials refused to say how many prisoners were involved or what time the incident happened.

Belmarsh holds some of Britain's most high-profile terrorist suspects.

A Prison Service spokeswoman said: "A prisoner was suspected of tampering with his Access To Justice laptop and refused to hand it over, punching a member of staff.

"An altercation ensued involving a member of staff and prisoners."

The spokesman said the incident was quickly brought under control.

She said some inmates are allowed computers to work on their legal cases but are denied internet access.

Judges sometimes direct that prisoners must have access to a computer because CPS paperwork is only available in DVD format.

It was reported last September that videos of hostages being beheaded were found on a laptop used by radical preacher Abu Hamza, who is detained at Belmarsh.


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The end of the reel for cassette tapes.

The eject button on music tapes has been pressed for the last time.

Currys, the biggest electronics retailer in Britain, will today announce that it is to stop selling cassette tapes - a move which sounds the death knell for the compilation tape, used by a generation of love-struck young men to woo their girlfriends.

 
A tape cassette, the end of the reel for cassette tapes
Currys is the last High Street chain to bow out

The High Street chain also predicts that this Christmas will be the last time it sells any hi-fi system with a tape deck included.

Cassette tapes have been suffering a slow decline over the past 15 years as first compact discs, and more recently music downloading, took hold. But it is estimated that there are still as many as 500 million tapes in circulation, languishing at the back of bookshelves, or in the side doors of cars.

"I remember the tape with some fondness," said Peter Keenan, the managing director of Currys. "The hours spent putting together compilation tapes and the all-too-familiar experience of finding your deck had chewed your tape, will resonate with many now in their 30s and 40s."

In the days before downloads or CDs, creating a compilation tape - or mix tape - was, for many young men, a key part of any romance. The practice was memorably captured by Nick Hornby's novel High Fidelity, which laid out the rules to the perfect compilation.

Rob Sheffield, a writer for the magazine Rolling Stone, last month published Love is a Mix Tape, a eulogy to his wife who died from cancer, interspersed with details from the compilation tapes they created.

The MP3 player has made the practice almost redundant. The sales of cassettes have fallen steadily since they hit their peak in the 1980s - a decade when they enjoyed unparalleled popularity, helped by the rise of the Walkman, launched by Sony in 1979.

The portability of the format moved out of the living room and on to the street. In 1989, helped by falling prices of hi-fi systems, 83 million music cassettes were sold in the UK. This fell to 53 million in 2000, and just half a million in 2005, according to Understanding & Solutions, a market research firm.

Last year only about 100,000 of the items were sold. However, this figure excludes audio books and blank tapes, which still attract a small, loyal fan base, with four million blank tapes sold last year and 1.5 million audio books.

Jason Toal, of Simon Fraser University in California, has studied what he dubs "cassette culture" and claims there are many advantages that tapes, which were launched by Philips in 1963, enjoy over downloading music.

"With digital we get the benefit of access to as much music as we want," he said. "But that comes with a loss of privacy. As you download, someone is watching you all the time. Cassettes are off the network."

Currys is the last High Street chain to bow out of the market. Woolworths has thrown in the towel and HMV stopped stocking the products 18 months ago. Currys still sells a handful of hi-fi systems that include tape players, but will phase them out during the year.

Mr Keenan said: "In a sense this decision reflects the beginning of the end for mechanical audio products."


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