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  ronalddonald 09:31 10 Sep 10
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Although tragic for the solicitor why was this solicitor allowed to work for the Metropolitan Police, while being drunk and driving.

  Kevscar1 09:45 10 Sep 10

And exactly how were they supposed to know she was drunk and driving before hand.

  bri-an 10:07 10 Sep 10

Give it a rest for a while - please!

  GANDALF <|:-)> 10:09 10 Sep 10

Unlike you the police have not got the benefit of ESP - get a grip man!

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  spuds 10:40 10 Sep 10

Like all establishments, they have 'at risk' employees, and the police are no different to anywhere else.

Try visiting the bars at the Houses of Parliament, after a session ;o(

  interzone55 10:48 10 Sep 10

There are other fora on the net who would appreciate your rants against the police, we don't, so please stop inflicting them on us...

  Kevscar1 12:00 10 Sep 10

If you had bothered to read your own link you would have seen she wasn't working for the Police whilst being drunk and driving, she was returning from a Holiday in Cornwall.

  spuds 12:43 10 Sep 10

As you should well know, all 'police surgeon's are retained' as are police officer's, whether on duty or not.

  Covergirl 15:07 10 Sep 10

. . . who is a regular drink driver.

On the rare occasions he has been stopped he has pulled a few strings.

Yes, I feel a duty to report him and get him off the roads, but he's so well respected with friends in high places I'm sure I'd be ignored.

I know another solicitor who is a teetotaller.

  spikeychris 15:11 10 Sep 10

get the Noble Peace Prize

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The fact that ronalddonald uses it cranks that up to six.

  MAT ALAN 15:13 10 Sep 10

Covergirl

So how ya gonna feel when he KILLS someone then!!!!

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