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Re: Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew

Post by Khun Paul » March 8, 2020, 6:40 pm

You are both entitled to your opinions of course but in my Police like book anyone who drives on the wrong side of the road is not driving without due care and attention but dangerously and the fact that before and since then AMERICANS have been seen do just that then one wonders at the mental ability of the average USA Service personnel and if this woman was a spook , low intelligence MUST be part of the hiring criteria ./



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Re: Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew

Post by GT93 » March 9, 2020, 12:43 am

I think you're being a bit tough on USA service personnel KP. The Duke of Edinburgh, Buddha bless him, has had at least one prang and that is hardly evidence that the Windsors as a clan are a bit thick.

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Re: Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew

Post by Khun Paul » March 9, 2020, 6:48 am

Correct the Duke did have a prang but it was nothing to do with breaking the law, just missed the car coming along legally.
Having driven in the USA and most European countries who by the way drive according to the British on the other side of the road, I did not at any time stray , although at times I admit it was difficult in the wee small hours .
So there is NO EXCUSE at all for relatively intelligent people to switch from one side to the other , possible on a holiday but if you LIVE in that country then there is NO EXCUSE other than plain stupidity.

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Re: Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew

Post by tamada » March 9, 2020, 10:51 am

Khun Paul wrote:
March 9, 2020, 6:48 am
Correct the Duke did have a prang but it was nothing to do with breaking the law, just missed the car coming along legally.
Having driven in the USA and most European countries who by the way drive according to the British on the other side of the road, I did not at any time stray , although at times I admit it was difficult in the wee small hours .
So there is NO EXCUSE at all for relatively intelligent people to switch from one side to the other , possible on a holiday but if you LIVE in that country then there is NO EXCUSE other than plain stupidity.
So the Duke pulled out if front of another car legally? He didn't just miss it, he was almost t-boned!

Not sure about your criteria but Anne Sacoolas had only been in the UK for about 3 weeks. So do I need to write to the police in Erfurt and apologize for getting a tad confused at a down town traffic junction while picking up my then sister-in-law from her job at the hospital and going the wrong way up a tram line way back in 1979. I was momentarily confused, just visiting, maybe only a week, driving on the 'wrong' side and all that. Wasn't willful and murderous was it? I mean nothing like pulling out in front of another car like Phillip, eh?

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Re: Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew

Post by GT93 » March 9, 2020, 11:18 am

The UK cops probably decided that the dear old Duke was so old it wasn't worth prosecuting him. He probably hammed it up a bit and acted like Harvey Weinstein if he met them :lol:

I'm half expecting Prince Andrew to be out and about pushing a Zimmer frame before the end of this year. :lol:

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Re: Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew

Post by Khun Paul » March 9, 2020, 4:31 pm

Sorry the Duke hit the car not the other way around. In the UK, accidents are treated just like that accidents, if there had been malic aforethought ( intentional for the Americans )( then he may well have been charged, but his decision to cease driving on PUBLIC Roads may have swayed the prosecutorial decision making process.
As for GT93 comments, wind your neck in you bloody colonial . !!

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Re: Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew

Post by GT93 » March 10, 2020, 1:45 am

:lol: (at KP's cheeky comment)

This story just gets worse and worse for Prince Andrew:

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/202 ... awyer-says

He isn't co-operating with the American authorities. He promised late last year that he would. The link suggests Prince Andrew visited an island where Epstein kept captive underage girls. The Queen, Buddha bless her, might be a bit old to keep on top of this, but Prince Charles isn't. I think Prince Andrew will be getting more grief from his older brother.

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Re: Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew

Post by Khun Paul » March 10, 2020, 7:26 am

Well he is certainly NOT intending to co-operate with the American Investigation, obviously lawyers advising him not too and why in hell should he, not an offence NOT to talk . As mentioned in the british press others will know far more, Gardeners, cleaners, etc including it appears POTUS and that Maxwell wopmen has not been charged or even seriously questioned , so it was mentioned that as usual the USA is seeking make it a publicity stunt getting a Royal price to admit stuff. While not bothering to question possibly arrest others for the procurement etc, and then possibly go after the Prince. Most of the other people involved are AMERICAN therefore greater pressure can be put on them unless of course they all PLEAD the Fifth, the catch all to protect themselves, which funnily enough , that is what P Andrew is doing .

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Re: Jeffrey Epstein and Prince Andrew

Post by GT93 » March 10, 2020, 3:21 pm

If Prince Andrew had the interview again, he might have rephrased his promise to co-operate. Retaining the top extradition barrister in the UK indicates Prince Andrew fears an attempt at extradition. Presumably he'd have to be indicted first. That would be an extraordinary development.

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