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24 Hours In police Custody 13:11 - Mar 26 with 2722 viewsBlueorder

One of the most traumatic things I have ever seen on TV. It will take a very long time for me to get rid of those images.
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24 Hours In police Custody on 13:20 - Mar 26 with 2292 viewsSamuelowen88

Last nights?

I’m just amazed by their utter lack of caring that they had killed someone. They didn’t even know why they’d done it!

The first case, actually seeing the stabbing, like wild animals. How is stabbing the go to response ? Just for a dodgy look? Why can’t they just tell each other to f@ck off and flip the bird and have done with it ?

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24 Hours In police Custody on 13:23 - Mar 26 with 2271 viewsPaul_Knows

'No comment'. Is there a more annoying response for Police officers when they're questioning people?

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24 Hours In police Custody on 13:24 - Mar 26 with 2277 viewsMJallday

"One of the most traumatic things I have ever seen on TV. "

Clearly you never watched "Naked Jungle" on TV in the early 2000's . it certainly takes you a long time to forget a bare bottomed Keith Chegwin.

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24 Hours In police Custody on 13:27 - Mar 26 with 2241 viewsfooters

24 Hours In police Custody on 13:23 - Mar 26 by Paul_Knows

'No comment'. Is there a more annoying response for Police officers when they're questioning people?


No comment.

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24 Hours In police Custody on 13:27 - Mar 26 with 2246 viewsLord_Lucan

24 Hours In police Custody on 13:23 - Mar 26 by Paul_Knows

'No comment'. Is there a more annoying response for Police officers when they're questioning people?


Policeman / Paul_Knows interview.

Police; You killed Mr Smith on Tuesday night
P_K; "I killed him"?? (said in disbelief)

In court
Police giving evidence - I asked P_K if he killed Mr Smith and he replied "I killed him"

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24 Hours In police Custody on 13:29 - Mar 26 with 2222 viewsPaul_Knows

24 Hours In police Custody on 13:27 - Mar 26 by Lord_Lucan

Policeman / Paul_Knows interview.

Police; You killed Mr Smith on Tuesday night
P_K; "I killed him"?? (said in disbelief)

In court
Police giving evidence - I asked P_K if he killed Mr Smith and he replied "I killed him"


Ha! I get why they do it (and it's their right of course), just think it must be so annoying for the officers who are questioning!

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24 Hours In police Custody on 13:30 - Mar 26 with 2209 viewschristiand

24 Hours In police Custody on 13:23 - Mar 26 by Paul_Knows

'No comment'. Is there a more annoying response for Police officers when they're questioning people?


No comment = Guilty in my view.
[Post edited 26 Mar 13:35]

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24 Hours In police Custody on 13:31 - Mar 26 with 2210 viewsMJallday

24 Hours In police Custody on 13:23 - Mar 26 by Paul_Knows

'No comment'. Is there a more annoying response for Police officers when they're questioning people?


i think its because people believe it will get them off. In reality, it makes them sound more guilty .

heres a great example *hides*

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6816327/The-48-questions-Kate-McCann-di

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24 Hours In police Custody on 13:40 - Mar 26 with 2156 viewsflimflam

24 Hours In police Custody on 13:31 - Mar 26 by MJallday

i think its because people believe it will get them off. In reality, it makes them sound more guilty .

heres a great example *hides*

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6816327/The-48-questions-Kate-McCann-di


It just put the onus onto the police to prove them guilty beyond all reasonable doubt which sometimes as obvious as it seems is quite a difficult thing to do.

Say nothing and you dont drop yourself in it as the police who do the interviews are highly trained in extracting tit bits of information.
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24 Hours In police Custody on 14:11 - Mar 26 with 2062 viewsLord_Lucan

24 Hours In police Custody on 13:29 - Mar 26 by Paul_Knows

Ha! I get why they do it (and it's their right of course), just think it must be so annoying for the officers who are questioning!


Of course it has changed since tape recordings have been the norm as now you can get an idea of context. Also it used to be a right to remain silent and this could not be used against you however your right of remaining silent can now be used against you.

Even if innocent I would never recommend being interviewed without a solicitor.

We live in a police state.

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24 Hours In police Custody on 14:45 - Mar 26 with 1993 viewsGlebeTractor

24 Hours In police Custody on 13:23 - Mar 26 by Paul_Knows

'No comment'. Is there a more annoying response for Police officers when they're questioning people?


Nah, if there is enough evidence for example clear CCTV that it's them, they get charged anyway. Self destruct.

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24 Hours In police Custody on 14:52 - Mar 26 with 1965 viewsnever_lose_the_faith

24 Hours In police Custody on 13:30 - Mar 26 by christiand

No comment = Guilty in my view.
[Post edited 26 Mar 13:35]


My old man had to go to court back in the day, and he had cooperated with the police beforehand, but in court the police had completely twisted his words and put them out of context.
I used to think the same as you, but if you can not trust the police then it is better to say nothing.
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24 Hours In police Custody on 14:52 - Mar 26 with 1961 viewsjeera

24 Hours In police Custody on 13:30 - Mar 26 by christiand

No comment = Guilty in my view.
[Post edited 26 Mar 13:35]


Then don't sit on a jury in case you leap to the wrong conclusion.

Lucan is right. Try being honest with them and they twist everything you say.

Well it looks like a duck, it sounds like a duck. Nope, dunno what it is.
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24 Hours In police Custody on 14:54 - Mar 26 with 1950 viewsfooters

24 Hours In police Custody on 14:52 - Mar 26 by jeera

Then don't sit on a jury in case you leap to the wrong conclusion.

Lucan is right. Try being honest with them and they twist everything you say.


Depends how you say 'no comment' as well. I find a listless tone makes the copper tired of asking it too.

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24 Hours In police Custody on 14:56 - Mar 26 with 1940 viewsartsbossbeard

24 Hours In police Custody on 14:52 - Mar 26 by jeera

Then don't sit on a jury in case you leap to the wrong conclusion.

Lucan is right. Try being honest with them and they twist everything you say.


I quite like the fact that the lad whose Mum tried to hide him in the bedroom, then kicked off with the cops and then snitched for a better deal still got 16yrs.

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24 Hours In police Custody on 14:59 - Mar 26 with 1923 viewsPaul_Knows

24 Hours In police Custody on 14:56 - Mar 26 by artsbossbeard

I quite like the fact that the lad whose Mum tried to hide him in the bedroom, then kicked off with the cops and then snitched for a better deal still got 16yrs.


Indeed, he went full circle!

EDIT - didn't he say he'd snitch if he got a 'deal' from it?
[Post edited 26 Mar 14:59]

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24 Hours In police Custody on 14:59 - Mar 26 with 1921 viewsjeera

24 Hours In police Custody on 14:56 - Mar 26 by artsbossbeard

I quite like the fact that the lad whose Mum tried to hide him in the bedroom, then kicked off with the cops and then snitched for a better deal still got 16yrs.


I haven't seen it tbh, was just making a passing comment based on personal experience.

It's no wonder many people don't want to co operate when half the feckers have no interest in the truth themselves.

Making no excuses for any knife-carrying scumbags - that's another matter. The police should be allowed to slap them around.

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24 Hours In police Custody on 14:59 - Mar 26 with 1920 viewsIpswichKnight

24 Hours In police Custody on 14:56 - Mar 26 by artsbossbeard

I quite like the fact that the lad whose Mum tried to hide him in the bedroom, then kicked off with the cops and then snitched for a better deal still got 16yrs.


I read about that ( have got this lined up on skyQ box ) didn't he think he would get off by snitching.
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24 Hours In police Custody on 15:20 - Mar 26 with 1863 viewsartsbossbeard

24 Hours In police Custody on 14:59 - Mar 26 by Paul_Knows

Indeed, he went full circle!

EDIT - didn't he say he'd snitch if he got a 'deal' from it?
[Post edited 26 Mar 14:59]


Yep, his exact words.

He got 16yrs the perpetrators got 18yrs..

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24 Hours In police Custody on 15:52 - Mar 26 with 1800 viewsPaul_Knows

24 Hours In police Custody on 15:20 - Mar 26 by artsbossbeard

Yep, his exact words.

He got 16yrs the perpetrators got 18yrs..


That worked out well for him!

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24 Hours In police Custody on 15:59 - Mar 26 with 1783 viewschristiand

24 Hours In police Custody on 14:59 - Mar 26 by IpswichKnight

I read about that ( have got this lined up on skyQ box ) didn't he think he would get off by snitching.


The driver of the BMW, which was the lad kicking off when the police arrived to arrest him, got 11 years.
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24 Hours In police Custody on 16:01 - Mar 26 with 1772 viewsLord_Lucan

24 Hours In police Custody on 14:54 - Mar 26 by footers

Depends how you say 'no comment' as well. I find a listless tone makes the copper tired of asking it too.


Just say as the tape starts "This will be a no comment interview" and then go to sleep.

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24 Hours In police Custody on 16:12 - Mar 26 with 1731 viewsartsbossbeard

24 Hours In police Custody on 16:01 - Mar 26 by Lord_Lucan

Just say as the tape starts "This will be a no comment interview" and then go to sleep.


Follow this up in front of the Judge with "I do not accept the authority of this court" and it's win-win!

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24 Hours In police Custody on 16:16 - Mar 26 with 1692 viewsfooters

24 Hours In police Custody on 16:12 - Mar 26 by artsbossbeard

Follow this up in front of the Judge with "I do not accept the authority of this court" and it's win-win!


I'm guessing between you and Lucan you've done more time inside than out :)

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24 Hours In police Custody on 16:55 - Mar 26 with 1609 viewsLord_Lucan

24 Hours In police Custody on 16:16 - Mar 26 by footers

I'm guessing between you and Lucan you've done more time inside than out :)


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