quick poll

  karmgord 19:34 12 Apr 2009
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Ian Tomlins on incident
answer JUST :- YES or NO
Do you think the police officer involved actions were justifiable?

  newman35 19:42 12 Apr 2009

There's already a thread about this - why do you feel the need to make a poll of your own, and insist on yes/no answers?
Your name's not Gallup, is it?

Here's my answer, as requested :- YES or NO

  karmgord 19:49 12 Apr 2009

newman 35 a bit sensive are you?
to others just answer EITHER
YES or NO

  newman35 19:54 12 Apr 2009

No, just puzzled why you need to make a new thread when ther's another that you could have been contributing to.
Or have you nothing to actually say on the matter, apart from trying to equate it with the De Menezes case?

  interzone55 20:39 12 Apr 2009

Without knowing the full details of the incident a simple yes no answer cannot possibly be given

  tullie 20:50 12 Apr 2009

Very true,and whats the point anyway.

  karmgord 21:00 12 Apr 2009

Firstly,if you have an opinion,you CAN answer either yes or no,secondly in a speakers corner forum do I need to justify a thread (free speech and all that)?It obivously is contentious
Finally if you have n't an opinion don't bother.

  WhiteTruckMan 21:08 12 Apr 2009

EITHER YES or NO

(thats what you told us to answer, isn't it?)

WTM

  Forum Editor 22:43 12 Apr 2009

Nobody - including you - has any real idea about whether a police officer's actions were justifiable.

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