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3 hours ago, The Woolster said:

Is that too small?

No, but there's an important omission from my list. As well you know. 

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5 minutes ago, skend04 said:

Caroline Flack has been found dead in her flat. Only 40. More than likely she's taken her own life. Fuck!

Been in the wars a bit lately hasn't she? Something to do with an alleged assault by her on her boyfriend or something. Sad way to go.

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She did a presenting job at our work conference the other year, she waited outside to get pics with people and stuff. Normally the presenters just fuck off.Seemed nice enough,  obviously had issues but terrible thing to happen

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8 minutes ago, Babb'sBurstNad said:

To be fair, I dare say if the occasion ever arose where it was a genuine possibility, she'd still choose death.

You’d be surprised, I’ve had them chose death on first meeting never mind when things got intimate. 

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3 hours ago, skend04 said:

Caroline Flack has been found dead in her flat. Only 40. More than likely she's taken her own life. Fuck!


Fit and nuts, I’d loved to have banged her.

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17 hours ago, manwiththestick said:

Scumbags..

 

 

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Suicide is often said to be a complicated issue. Constant shit like this doesn't help, particularly at a person who's spoke openly about their mental health problems. But, it could be many factors that push with enough force that they knock a troubled person over the edge. 

 

Saying that, there seems to be a concerted effort amongst the press and high profile trolls to distance themselves from any culpability in causing people distress. They're blaming everybody bar themselves for pushing Caroline Flack over the edge, such as ITV, the CPS, anonymous trolls. Until the press and cunts like Piers Morgan, Hopkins and Hartley-Brewer accept that they're part of the problem too, we'll have more victims of the build them up, knock them down culture some people thrive on. That rag were deleting articles galore last night and publishing fake statements of sympathy, then a couple of hours later publishing an article about Katie Price and "the true horror of life in her mucky mansion." 

 

They don't care. They've moved on to the next one to push over the edge. They won't stop until they've finished off Markle. 

 

Vile fuckers. 

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The more that's coming out about this the more upsetting it ses to be. The poor girl was hounded and vilified for making mistake  a mistake I might add that she had not been found guilty of and that her boyfriend did not want to pursue but the CPS had to get their pound of celebrity flesh. 

 

Also by placing a restraining order on her to have no contact with her boyfriend who was the one person that she needed was also disgusting behaviour from the CPS. 

 

He did not want to press charges so it should have been the end of it. 

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Not entirely sure blaming the CPS for taking domestic violence so seriously is the right course in the aftermath of such a tragedy.

 

Victims often ask for charges to be dropped, find themselves drawn back to their partner and re-enter a cycle of abuse. 

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4 minutes ago, Babb'sBurstNad said:

Not entirely sure blaming the CPS for taking domestic violence so seriously is the right course in the aftermath of such a tragedy.

 

Victims often ask for charges to be dropped, find themselves drawn back to their partner and re-enter a cycle of abuse. 

I'm getting angry even now remembering the domestics I attended that the next day the victim refused to take further. Don't worry the offenders often slipped up at a later stage. 

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2 minutes ago, Philtrum said:

I'm getting angry even now remembering the domestics I attended that the next day the victim refused to take it further. Don't worry the offenders often slipped up at a later stage. 

Yep, a horrible, messy crime to try to police. 

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2 minutes ago, Babb'sBurstNad said:

Yep, a horrible, messy crime to try to police. 

Invariably the next day it was us that caused it all. Fortunately they changed things a while ago so these persistent offenders couldn't get away with it.

 

 

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