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dipsydoodle Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-05-11 05:52 PM
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1. Yes but the next time round
Edited on Mon Dec-05-11 06:12 PM by dipsydoodle
They wouldn't be met with police trained only in crowd control - not mass looting. They'll be met by the Territorial Support Groups Units and if they're very lucky nobody else - some of the football firms had already arranged a truce between themselves to take them on last time but the riots fizzled before that happened.

The main reason that riots spread last time was because crowd control tactics used only for keeping Arsenal's Gooners or Chelsea's Headhunters apart from Tottenham's Yid Army in the areas of Tottenham and Wood Green were completely out of their depth. Once word spread on that it was inevitable the issue would spread across London and then further afield.

Best result for last time was this :

Pair handed longest riot sentences.

Two men who tried to incite a riot on Facebook have been handed the longest jail terms so far by courts dealing with last week's rioting, looting and violence.

Jordan Blackshaw, 20, and Perry Sutcliffe-Keenan, 22, were both sentenced to four years despite neither of the destructive events the men attempted to organise actually happening.

The pair appeared at Chester Crown Court after police discovered Facebook pages created by the men that urged rioting in their home towns.

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