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Bob Schofield.

bobschofieldRoyal Navy veteran Bob Schofield, 89 years, was beaten up by burglars after returning home from a Remembrance Day service. What type of resistance did an 89 year old man put up to justify the result in the picture ?

What type of scum would do this ?

How will the scum justify their actions ?

How can they sleep at night ?

They won’t have to justify anything. The law will protect them. They have rights. They will know these rights.

Who will protect the rights of Bob Schofield and those like him ?


8 Responses

  1. Am sitting here incandescent with rage.

  2. I think this is where National Service should be dealt to them all, see what he fought for….despicable in the highest order…

  3. How will the scum justify their actions ?
    All they’ll be caring about is where the money is going to come from for the next fix.

    How can they sleep at night ?
    They don’t ‘sleep’ they pass out in a drug / alcohol haze.

    I can’t find a link to the press report but we had a similar case in Bristol. Old lady beaten nearly to death for that weeks pension. Offender was caught. Came to Court, admitted ‘burglary’ but claimed he’d entered through an open door and found her like that, taken the money and left her in the same state. Perhaps the most sorry part of that story was the jury believed him (despite his previous record) and he was only convicted for the ‘burglary’ alone, not the terrible assault.

  4. There are no words are there? But a question WEB – at what point is it too late for your mate to track someone effectively ? This couple were found relatively soon after the attack, is it not at all possible that the oxygen thieves could have been followed even hours after the event? And accidentally permitted a close and personal examination of that lovely canine dentistry……

  5. I would cheerfully pull the lever on the trapdoor.

    They have no right to Human Rights. They deserve a long and painful death. Do not ever mistake those that did this as even vaguely human. Upright rats in clothes.

  6. This is why we should bring back handguns, as they’re the only thing that can equalise the odds between an OAP and a rugby player.

  7. When they catch them, they should put them in a bright orange boilersuit, chain them together and send them out to Helmand Province as mobile land mine detectors/ bullet catchers for our troops. Really big and hard beating up an OAP. I wonder if they would be so brave if the taliban were shooting at them with AK47’s,,,,,, COWARDS but we all know what will happen if they are put before a magistrate they will be given another chance due to some self inflicted drug habit and will escape with a few hours of community service and a drug rehab program …god help us all

  8. How many times do we have to see photographs like this?

    If the walking pieces of ordure are caught, they’ll be looking at a good few months in the secure community centre with only a telly, Playstation, gym, visits, three meals a day, library, phone, medical care, etc. That’ll learn them.

    Feck’s sake; all it needs is a hole in the ground, a captive-bolt gun and a spade to fill in the hole afterwards. No loss to society – and no expensive upkeep of oxygen wasters.

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