At approximately 0400 hours, on Mary Street in Carlisle (UK) a lone female Dog Handler was viciously assaulted by a piece of vermin scum who was subsequently arrested. The 23-year old male should be presented to the family and friends of the female Police Officer, in order that they can unleash their own punishment upon him.
We have read a statement released by a Chief Inspector based in Cumbria, and, as usual, we do not think that his words go far enough in condemning the attack:
What should have been said, is something along the lines of:
“yet again, another Police Officer has been assaulted in the line of duty, by an oxygen thief scumbag who has no right to any of the privileges which come with living in an open and free democracy. This vile scumbag should spend at least ten years in prison, and should have all of his assets seized and sold in order to compensate the Officer who he assaulted”.
It should continue along the lines of: “Not only do you have to be the lowest of the low to lay a finger upon any female, but to assault those who dedicate their lives to keep us all safe means that you are below even the bacteria which feeds on human excrement.”
“This scumbag is a disgrace. He is a disgrace to the human race, and he is a disgrace to his family. He should have ALL emergency service facilities withdrawn, and he should lose ALL state entitlements”, including access to the NHS”.
This is the sort of statement that should have been made, and the aforementioned punishment is the sort of punishment the scumbag should receive.
We are fed up with the wishy-washy statements which are issued following this kind of incident. Senior Management Team’s need to grow some balls, and really condemn this kind of vicious and callous assault without worrying what the 0.01%’ers will think about this sort of to-the-point language.
We wish the female Officer well, and if you know her, then please send her our best wishes. It is just a shame that the Police Officers Dog didnt get to use the suspects face as a dog chew.
Written by one of the Admins of Emergency Services Humour, who is also a regular contributor to our Digital Magazine where all of our best content ends up. Subscribe to this £1 / $1 / €1 per month publication by clicking here —>
Anyone with any information is asked to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 101 quoting incident number 59 of the 27th December. Alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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