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    Disclosure, it was on tonight so should be on iplayer. About mainly Edinburgh's housing crisis and the various factors that have led to it. Worth watching.


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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    It sure isnít. Crazy that Steven Tyler got away with that.
    Very much so.

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    Just finished watching A Killing in Tiger Bay on iPlayer. I knew the story but being a three part documentary, this goes into much more detail. One of the worst miscarriages of justice in UK criminal history. South Wales Police should be ashamed of themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH6 Hibby View Post
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    Just finished watching A Killing in Tiger Bay on iPlayer. I knew the story but being a three part documentary, this goes into much more detail. One of the worst miscarriages of justice in UK criminal history. South Wales Police should be ashamed of themselves.
    It was certainly a shocking effort from the authorities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH6 Hibby View Post
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    Just finished watching A Killing in Tiger Bay on iPlayer. I knew the story but being a three part documentary, this goes into much more detail. One of the worst miscarriages of justice in UK criminal history. South Wales Police should be ashamed of themselves.
    I remember reading about it in some detail a few years back, interesting that theyíve made the documentary about it.

    It might be the worst miscarriage of justice in history, and it was simply shameful stuff.

    There was a spell there during the late 80s/early 90s where there has been some atrocious police work happening across various parts of the country that have either failed completely or struggled badly to get any sort of justice for some abysmal police work - Hillsborough, Cardiff 3/5, Daniel Morgan murder.

    I wonder how much of a role the Freemasons might have had to play in ensuring those at the top avoided any sort of justice?

    Iíd like to think that things were better now, butÖ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartie View Post
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    I remember reading about it in some detail a few years back, interesting that theyíve made the documentary about it.

    It might be the worst miscarriage of justice in history, and it was simply shameful stuff.

    There was a spell there during the late 80s/early 90s where there has been some atrocious police work happening across various parts of the country that have either failed completely or struggled badly to get any sort of justice for some abysmal police work - Hillsborough, Cardiff 3/5, Daniel Morgan murder.

    I wonder how much of a role the Freemasons might have had to play in ensuring those at the top avoided any sort of justice?

    Iíd like to think that things were better now, butÖ
    Prior to DNA technology, getting a confession was everything to police. Given their tactics in this and other high profile wrongful convictions, you have to wonder how many other innocent people have been convicted based on false confessions, seems like cases like this were only brought to light because they had people on the outside prepared to fight for them.

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    Sitting watching The Bambers:Murder at the farm, the woman from the true crime website is really annoying me, I've no idea why she's got such a prominent position in the documentary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Sitting watching The Bambers:Murder at the farm, the woman from the true crime website is really annoying me, I've no idea why she's got such a prominent position in the documentary.
    I remember watching the drama that was based on that, I think Iíll give the documentary a watch. It was a very weird crime if the the drama was accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    I remember watching the drama that was based on that, I think Iíll give the documentary a watch. It was a very weird crime if the the drama was accurate.
    4 episodes, I've only watched the first 2 so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Sitting watching The Bambers:Murder at the farm, the woman from the true crime website is really annoying me, I've no idea why she's got such a prominent position in the documentary.
    I knew this was coming, but thought it was on BBC for some reason. Probably because of Louis Therouxís involvement. Definitely one I want to watch, thereís always been an element of doubt in this case for me. I think itís because the ones with the most to gain were the ones that found the evidence that convicted him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH6 Hibby View Post
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    I knew this was coming, but thought it was on BBC for some reason. Probably because of Louis Therouxís involvement. Definitely one I want to watch, thereís always been an element of doubt in this case for me. I think itís because the ones with the most to gain were the ones that found the evidence that convicted him.
    Obviously can't be sure if he was guilty or not but, pretty much certain it wasn't his sister.

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    Children of the cult, 5 part documentary about The Children of God cult, I've only watched 1 episode so far but, it's amazing what some people are prepared to put their kids through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Children of the cult, 5 part documentary about The Children of God cult, I've only watched 1 episode so far but, it's amazing what some people are prepared to put their kids through.
    Is that only on discovery plus? I really like the look of a lot of stuff on there, but Iíve already got Netflix, Amazon Prime, Now TV and Apple TV. I canít justify subscribing to any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH6 Hibby View Post
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    Is that only on discovery plus? I really like the look of a lot of stuff on there, but Iíve already got Netflix, Amazon Prime, Now TV and Apple TV. I canít justify subscribing to any more.
    Firestick 😉

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    Catching a predator on iplayer, amazing the guy managed to go under the radar for so long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    Catching a predator on iplayer, amazing the guy managed to go under the radar for so long.
    I watched this the other night, absolutely disgusting human being who tried to play the victim right up to the end. He was able to carry on because none of his victims reported him. The sheer number of victims is terrifying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EH6 Hibby View Post
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    I watched this the other night, absolutely disgusting human being who tried to play the victim right up to the end. He was able to carry on because none of his victims reported him. The sheer number of victims is terrifying.
    Certainly is.

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    Watched the Hunt for the Essex Lorry Killers on Beeb 2 last night. The extremes between those who were set to profit and those who lost was heartbreaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NORTHERNHIBBY View Post
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    Watched the Hunt for the Essex Lorry Killers on Beeb 2 last night. The extremes between those who were set to profit and those who lost was heartbreaking.
    Donít think any of the sentences were long enough.

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    Just watched 'I am Johnny Cash' on Sky Arts. Outstanding .

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    Professor Brian Cox has a new show called Universe that started this week. I enjoyed the first episode.

    United we stand here....

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    The priest and the paedophile hunter on SKY Crime, dark stuff.

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    The Beatles - Get Back

    On Disney today looking forward to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord bunberry View Post
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    Professor Brian Cox has a new show called Universe that started this week. I enjoyed the first episode.
    Itís good but I canít believe how much heís started to resemble Sharlene Spiteri these days. Itís uncanny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Itís good but I canít believe how much heís started to resemble Sharlene Spiteri these days. Itís uncanny.
    Separated at birth

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    100 foot wave on Sky Documentaries . The story of big wave surfer Garrett McNamara and his crew's trip to Portugal to ride a 100 foot wave absolutely amazing stuff, these guys are bat-**** crazy

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    Watched the 1st episode of Bible John on BBC the other night. Loads of footage from the 60ís. There was some extreme poverty in Glasgow around then. Worth watching just for the footage

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