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That seriously shocked me. I knew cops were different in the UK but not that different.
Is that a flagrant foul in the Big Ten?
Yes and no. When we lived in Hyde Park in Chicago, my wife was walking home from work when she heard a rustling in the bushes by the sidewalk. She turned to face the sound, startled, and some guy was standing in the bushes for God only knows what reason. He became enraged at the fact that she was startled, and said to her, "Don't worry, bitch. I'm not going to rape you." The girl might have just "looked at him wrong."
"Look at this. An entire generation of Cinderellas, and there's no glass slipper coming." -- Mother in ALMOST FAMOUS
I would hope that the penalty for an act such as this could be a lot more that what is probably is. Without any exculpatory circumstances, I'd be happy with a penalty being at least 10 years. And I could maybe even approve of a life sentence. Yeah, I know...too much. But without any extenuating circumstances, someone who commits this act at that age should not be granted basic human rights IMO.
"Det Con Glenn Peach said the girl was 'completely unaware'.
"He said: 'She says that there was a strange guy looking at her as she left her house.'
"He added that CCTV footage showed 'she's walking along normally and he's following about 30 seconds behind'.
" 'It's one of the most shocking things I've seen because of its randomness.
" 'At this time there's nothing to suggest she knew him or that there is any history between her and this person,' he added."
Thank God DC Peach is on the case.
A 16-year-old knocked unconscious in a attack in east London appeals for the suspect to be caught.
Thank you, Denicos.
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