Warning over 'war-zone' e-mails

  peter99co 20:17 17 Oct 09

click here

Devon and Cornwall Police believe the e-mails are fraudulent.

  octal 22:15 17 Oct 09

Thanks for the heads up, what will the scum think of next?

  morddwyd 09:42 18 Oct 09

When they identify them the police should make them known to the relevant servicemen so that they can seek recompense!

  Forum Editor 10:04 18 Oct 09

That's a bit of a silly idea, isn't it? Things like this happen - there were similar instances with fake American service people emailing from Iraq.

Criminals aren't going to toe the morality line - if they did they wouldn't be criminals.

  WhiteTruckMan 11:22 18 Oct 09

criminals are criminals because they do not fear either being caught or the reprecussions of such.

(I did say 'up to a point'...)


  morddwyd 19:02 18 Oct 09

I wasn't particularly thinking of monetary recompense.

  Forum Editor 22:52 18 Oct 09

I was aware of that, hence my response.

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