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    Mr Nesbitt was also charged with having no insurance and driving while disqualified.
    But was he just there to collect baby supplies ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruimh View Post
    Mr Nesbitt was also charged with having no insurance and driving while disqualified.
    Tsk.

    Are there no lengths those loyalist scum won't go to in order to provoke innocent previously law abiding nationalists?

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    Apparently the accused stole a car at the weekend and almost ran a women over when he crashed it on the Whiterock Road. Thus he appeared in court on crutches.

    The matter is now sub judice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by picador View Post
    Apparently the accused stole a car at the weekend and almost ran a women over when he crashed it on the Whiterock Road. Thus he appeared in court on crutches.

    The matter is now sub judice.
    Was that also a a result of a provocative loyalist bonfire?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryRoberts View Post
    Was that also a a result of a provocative loyalist bonfire?
    No, the guy would appear to be a car criminal - although ultimately that's for the courts to determine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by picador View Post
    No, the guy would appear to be a car criminal - although ultimately that's for the courts to determine.

    Ahhhhh.

    I thought some posters on here suggested the rioting / anti social behaviour in the area was purely as a result of provocative bonfires. (Unfortunately I haven't time to trawl for supporting quotes / sources.)

    So the simple fact is those involved were lowlifes with a penchant for lawbreaking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by picador View Post
    No, the guy would appear to be a car criminal - although ultimately that's for the courts to determine.
    Were you not telling us he was a loyalist though and how there was an elaborate escape through the city hospital?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueBlue84 View Post
    Were you not telling us he was a loyalist though and how there was an elaborate escape through the city hospital?
    No, I didn't advance any theory about this incident. I kept an open mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryRoberts View Post
    Ahhhhh.

    I thought some posters on here suggested the rioting / anti social behaviour in the area was purely as a result of provocative bonfires. (Unfortunately I haven't time to trawl for supporting quotes / sources.)

    So the simple fact is those involved were lowlifes with a penchant for lawbreaking?
    This incident occurred after the three nights of rioting at Broadway, the intial cause of which was the siting of another bonfire next to an interface. And yes, lowlifes were involved in the rioting.

    This incident may have been in some way related to those disturbances. We simply don't know at the minute.
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