Ronnie Biggs god rest his soul

  bumpkin 22:40 18 Dec 2013
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My post regarding Marine charged with murder seems to be drying up so lets have a go at this one. Your started for ten FM.

  morddwyd 07:39 19 Dec 2013

The world is a slightly better place, season of goodwill notwithstanding.

  Quickbeam 08:44 19 Dec 2013

...it must be a no news day.

  fourm member 08:50 19 Dec 2013

I couldn't help wondering if the BBC would have given this so much coverage if it didn't coincide with their two part drama about the robbery.

But I did like the cartoon showing the walls of hell (does hell have walls?) with a rope made of sheets hanging down.

  fourm member 10:04 19 Dec 2013

spider9

And when you remember Mandela died on the night the movie about him had its UK première. Well, it makes you think...

  finerty 10:07 19 Dec 2013

Now Now Bumppkin whats going on with u and spuds is there so wager going on, are u in some serius competition to make the numbe 1 spot??

  spuds 11:32 19 Dec 2013

finerty - You have me beat there :O)

But back to this thread and subject. On Freeview television the other evening (17/12/2013), there was a programme on Pick about Real Prison Breaks. Ronnie Briggs and his life was part of that documentary.

  bumpkin 13:23 19 Dec 2013

If I were given a 30yr sentence I would escape given the opportunity.

  michaelw 13:56 19 Dec 2013

If he hadn't escaped he might have ended up like John McVicar, the most wanted man in Britain at one time: With a degree in psychology and become a clinical psychologist.

  bumpkin 14:29 19 Dec 2013

michaelw, "public enemy number one" Mr. McVicar. Good to see someone reform.

  Mr Mistoffelees 15:18 19 Dec 2013

John McVicar's degree is in sociology and he is a writer/journalist.

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