DAILY MAIL PRESSURES BRISTOL POLICE INTO FARCICAL ‘UNABOMBER’ ARREST

The Daily Mail reports today that ‘a 32 year old man has been arrested’ over what the Mail described earlier this week as ‘the Bristol Unabomber attacks. The Mail’s sudden enthusiasm for criticising the Bristol police for incompetence in the case seems to paid dividends till you read further that the 32 year old has ‘ been released on bail’. Seems unlikely bail would be on offer for burning down the Avon and Somerset police firing range. Quite how the Mail is now driving the police investigation remains unclear but expect further arrests to placate Paul Dacre without any actual charges being brought.

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2 responses to “DAILY MAIL PRESSURES BRISTOL POLICE INTO FARCICAL ‘UNABOMBER’ ARREST

  1. Look out, Blairs about

    Why is he or she a “Unabomber”? Did they try to bomb the “Una”, the well known Bristol out relief hostel for slimey rich kids, too thick to make it into H’Oxbridge with the Ruperts?

    “I’m orf to Una after my gap yar…Daddies just sorta bought Clifton”

  2. beastrabban

    Reblogged this on Beastrabban’s Weblog and commented:
    I’m reblogging this as Bristol’s my home town. There was an item on the local news that police were hunting an anarchist group, supposedly responsible for burning down a radio mast, amongst other attacks. This looks like it might be connected. The news report didn’t actually give any details concerning the group’s identity, only the various things that had been attacked and destroyed. You were left wondering who they were, and how they even knew they were anarchists.

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