Lessons from the Leighton Buzzard vigilantes

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Author: Matthew

I have been a barrister for over 25 years, specialising in crime. You may also have come across some of my articles I have written on legal issues for The Times, Standpoint, Daily Telegraph or Criminal Law & Justice Weekly

5 thoughts on “Lessons from the Leighton Buzzard vigilantes”

  1. If only I knew the significance of Leighton Buzzard vigilantes – I might conscript!
    But – surely you should have a price per piece rather than sub. Or else an overall over-arching sub.

  2. Ponting! Hmmm! He tried to drop me face first into the merde, claiming that as a mere soldier I had made a decision, that properly belonged to Mrs T, namely that the Argentine & Chilean Scrap dealers captured in South Georgia were civilians protected by the 4th Geneva Convention! I was saved only by the Treasury Solicitor’s man, who said that I had made no decision, but merely interpreted the Convention, and, amazingly, got it right!

    Ponting was a grade One Shit, but his wife, also a senior civil servant, who I won’t name, worked on, regardless of Ponting’s misbehaviour!

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