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April 09, 2011

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Martin Marprelate- A Man in the Street!

I salute him for his bravery! It matters not what Political Party he belongs to but that being in the right place at the time he did the right thing and may well have prevented further deaths or injuries. I do hope he is given an honour for this act of courage.

Ross J Warren

What a very sad state of affairs that a cllr had to risk his life in this way.
Young-men and access to guns always a potential recipe for disaster, why wasn't the ammo locked away?

Martin Marprelate- A Man in the Street!

I wondered too but even in a home port such as Southampton it is necessary to post armed sentries against Islamists and other terrorists who might wish to damage such an important item as a new nuclear powered attack submarine.

My sympathies to the widow of Lt Cdr Ian Molyneux, and his children, relatives and friends. May his soul Rest in Peace.

As for his muderer, it is a pity that we can no longer hang him from a yardarm, which to me is the just and fitting punishment for his heinous crime.

Stuart  Smith

Young-men and access to guns always a potential recipe for disaster, why wasn't the ammo locked away?

It always makes me wonder the educational level of the British people,
He was an ARMED GUARD, and a member of the forces.
It has happened before, remember trooper Maggs in Ulster, he shot a few people, but they were armed and replied fire killing him.
Always, when going to do a job and it includes being armed, you need more than two people armed, for such an incident, people can just flip, and more so in a closed enviroment.
Sadly the British people are not what they were even 30 years ago.

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