‘Hero’ of Manchester Arena attack jailed for four years

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  1. ajthemackem

    ajthemackem Striker

  2. Rickety Cricket

    Rickety Cricket Full Back

    At least he has a roof over his head now.
  3. Narraback

    Narraback Striker

    Despicable piece of shit.
  4. CheersMarra84

    CheersMarra84 Striker

    Personally, I’d rather starve than steal off dying bairns. And I’d sooner help said victims than do such actions like he did. He’s now been rewarded with 3 square meals a day and roof over his head....
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  5. buster

    buster Winger

    Two trains of thought for me.

    Well deserved and well done for the judge for imposing such a sentence.

    Secondly , has he got what he wanted ? , board and lodgings for at least the next two years instead of being homeless.

    I can’t make me mind up which one.
  6. ajthemackem

    ajthemackem Striker

    It's a funny one for me. My immediate reaction is "good".

    But thinking about it, it really reeks of desperation. Pretty sad state of affairs.

    Still, justice done.
  7. Abhorrent crime, worsened by him acting the Hero and accepting that tag.
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  8. Stealing from the injured, dying and dead - he's a despicable, scummy shitbag, I hope those who donated to his cause (when folks thought he was helping out of the goodness of his heart) have had their £50K refunded.................oh and he was taking pictures of the carnage and selling them to the press, **** ! :evil:
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  9. JonMc

    JonMc Striker

    Just when you read a story that makes you think this planet isn't totally hopeless you just know it's going to kick you in the pips later on down the line.
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  10. Tadger

    Tadger Striker

    Just goes to show you can’t trust the homeless.
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  11. safcforever

    safcforever Striker

    The justice system is not right. I don’t have an alternative like
    I’ve always thought of this as my safety net. If I’m retired and struggling to fend for myself rather than be a burden on my family and their finances I’m just gonna hold a bank up at knife point. I’ll get 10 years+ in jail, nobody inside will bother me at that age, they have to give me all my meals a roof over my head, constant medical care. It’s either that or pay all my earnings to a nursing home
  12. Tadger

    Tadger Striker

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  13. Latka Gravas

    Latka Gravas Striker

    Absolutely despicable what he done, but how desperate must he have been to do it?
  14. Why would he need to be "desperate" ? He appears to be just a predator.
  15. Latka Gravas

    Latka Gravas Striker

    You’d need to be pretty desperate to even contemplate doing what he done, he’s got his just deserts now.
  16. safccfas

    safccfas Midfield

    I'm currently in Manchester and I've been for a walk around the city centre tonight. Whilst there are some lovely parts there are some right shity parts. I can't believe how many homeless there are in the doorways slap bang in the centre. They have camps in the door ways ffs. He could very well have wanted to be locked up as it's at the very least warm, comfortable and you get fed!! Better option than the street that's for sure.
  17. seaham ftm

    seaham ftm Midfield

    Don’t think he’s got what he wanted as I don’t think he was planning on getting caught out.
  18. Homeless, commits a crime, now has a roof over his head. He'll be delighted

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