Thieving barstewards

lloyd

Member
Location
Herefordshire
Some of these fuks need reminding farmers have firearms and acres to bury bodies.

If the establishment won't/can't protect us then we must be allowed to protect ourselves, with lethal force of necessary.
The police will take your firearms and probably leave theirs alone.
Your easier to deal with as you're a law abiding citizen.
 
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lloyd

Member
Location
Herefordshire
A mate of mine had a motorhome nicked ,
unfortunately it was a customers being serviced.
He managed to persuade the tracker company to trace
It as the customer hadn't paid their annual.
Police found it on an industrial estate miles away ,
apparently it had been used on a drugs run.
Advice to mate from the police was just leave
it we know who they are and you dont want them
knocking on your door .
 
A mate of mine had a motorhome nicked ,
unfortunately it was a customers being serviced.
He managed to persuade the tracker company to trace
It as the customer hadn't paid their annual.
Police found it on an industrial estate miles away ,
apparently it had been used on a drugs run.
Advice to mate from the police was just leave
it we know who they are and you dont want them
knocking on your door .
Unbelievable. Official police advice is ignore criminality because they’re too scary to deal with?!
 

Fromebridge

Member
Location
Glos
A mate of mine had a motorhome nicked ,
unfortunately it was a customers being serviced.
He managed to persuade the tracker company to trace
It as the customer hadn't paid their annual.
Police found it on an industrial estate miles away ,
apparently it had been used on a drugs run.
Advice to mate from the police was just leave
it we know who they are and you dont want them
knocking on your door .
Surely they won't be knocking on his door if they're in prison? (He said naively )
 

Yosemite Sam

Member
Location
Wiltshire
Unbelievable. Official police advice is ignore criminality because they’re too scary to deal with?!
This is what the government should use the army for. My Mrs is in the police, they are so short staffed you wouldn’t believe. There wouldn’t be enough of them to go on a Pikey camp, and if there were the Pikeys would just follow you home and burn your house down.
If they got the army in mob handed and raided all these places, there wouldn’t be as much hassle.
 

lloyd

Member
Location
Herefordshire
Surely they won't be knocking on his door if they're in prison? (He said naively )
Sounded like they didn't value life .(Gun crime)
Mate doesn't get intimidated by the local pikeys
but these were the real McCoy.

It's a fine line being on the right side of the law
when it comes to protecting your property.
The Judicial system needs a major overhaul
in my opinion.
 

J 1177

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Durham, UK
North west durham
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My mate (not a farmer) had his trailer that he puts his mini tractor on just before Xmas,pinched, 5 blokes. South of Durham city. They left 2 other trailers and a log splitter and various other things. Just took the trailer.
 

kmo

Member
Location
E. Wales
What sort of trackers are people using?
Have been following youtube videos by this tracking company.

Their trackers have gps and uhf radio trackers and their own independent power supply.
The video poster doesn't seem to rate the gps ones as the signal can be blocked if they're inside or even under a tree
 

Gordy1

Member
As I said in a previous thread, left the yard for half an hour while away two yobo’s drove in with a mondeo ransacked the back of a van tried a couple of barn doors (couldn’t get in) nicked a battery off one of the tractors parked in the yard ( cut through the HT leads) caught it all on the CCTV but couldn’t make out the reg., they were in & out in a couple of minutes. the nerve of them, could of been anyone walked round the corner & caught them, mind you they could of drove off with the tractor so was pretty lucky that time i suppose........
 

bluebell

Member
the police drew a line in the sand years ago, ? ask anyone where to buy drugs, guns whatever they know so wouldnt you think police know? if the police came down hard in some of these many areas there would be rioting on the streets so its allowed to go on, whos allowed to ride mopeds at 14 ? etc etc etc, go after the soft easy targets, one last thing, many many more crimes are committed everyday than are recorded because in my experience its just not worth the bother of telling the police?
 

sean m

Member
Location
bucks
Some of these fuks need reminding farmers have firearms and acres to bury bodies.

If the establishment won't/can't protect us then we must be allowed to protect ourselves, with lethal force of necessary.
when i moved here the police came to inspect my firearms security,when he had done he said any other security in place? i walked him round the yard and showed him the 3 gsd's that roam 24/7.i told him the entire yard perimeter is fenced you need to climb 6ft in get partially eaten then climb out again,he said fair enough
 

Gordy1

Member
Had a compactor stolen a few years back, police came round for a statement, sat in my house writing it down & he started pratterling on & I thought what’s he on about its got nothing to do with it.....turns out he was talking to his mate on his radio arranging to meet up for a coffe, turned & said well if that’s it I’ll be off.....will let you know if it turns up,
Got a crime number for it not that it was any use as the insurance excess was to high to cover it anyway!!!😒
 

Sir loin

Member
Location
North Yorkshire
when i moved here the police came to inspect my firearms security,when he had done he said any other security in place? i walked him round the yard and showed him the 3 gsd's that roam 24/7.i told him the entire yard perimeter is fenced you need to climb 6ft in get partially eaten then climb out again,he said fair enough
Trouble is these kind of people have no morals throw the dogs some mince laced with something cut fence and they are in :mad:
 

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