Girl burns to death in blazing car as boyfriend leaves her to die Watch

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(Original post by Imperatrix)
Read posts correctly, in future. I referred to their arrest and court appearances, not their conviction or after.
Well, Ian Huntley was all over the news when I was 10 and less politically aware, so I imagine I was rather quick to judge. I'm not saying, however, that I reserve judgement until a criminal is convicted. I make a judgement when I feel sufficiently informed of the story. If the story backs up its claims with evidence, rather than hearsay and witness statements, then I would be more inclined to believe it.

Why are you so rude?
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Would you say this is a good description of you?



http://encyclopediadramatica.com/Furry
I love the way you quoted me in the first place with a weak reply then suddenly, ten minutes later came up with something (supposedly) more witty to say. Also the fact you've gained two red gems since starting this thread should probably tell you that you need to leave the internet and never, ever return.

And yes it is a good description of me by someone who disagrees with me, surely that's what forums are for?

Oh, oh and also the whole "getting descriptions of people from Encyclopedia Dramatica" is just the cream on the (delicious, fattening, tasty) cake for me. Couldn't you just have paraphrased what it said and looked a bit wittier rather than taking a quote from what is essentially the biggest pile of bullcrap on the internet and passing it off as if it was verified fact from the deepest, darkest bowels of Encarta.
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Oh yes, typical warped leftist mentality - jumping to the defense of the criminal. Pathetic.

The clue lies in "Arshad has pleaded guilty", and I think it would have been revealed by now if he suffered from a head injury, as he likely went to hospital for a check up after the incident, or would have at least requested one if he knew his mental state prevented him from being aware that his girlfriend was in the car.

Wondering about the truth behind a sensationalist newspaper article whos interests lie in selling more copies and not in presenting the accurate truth does not equal "jumping to the defense of the criminal"

Arshad pleaded guilty to drink driving and driving without insurance, not to willfully allowing the death of his girlfriend, which he has not even been charged with as far as I can gleam from the article (and I'm suuure they would have mentioned it if it was the case)
It's entirely plausible that having just been in a car accident and given that he was drunk Arshad either could not remember his girlfriend or did not grasp the importance of telling people about her whereabouts. I'm not saying that's definately the case, just a possibility that you can't discount based on speculation, as you appear to have done.

Of course, regardless of the death of his girlfriend, and like someone said even in fact if she had not died, the bloke should be locked away for repeatedly breaking the law when it comes to drink driving. Buut, the girl also bears some responsibility for getting into his car and allowing him to drive at all. If he had killed a child on the way home instead of her, people on this forum would be condemning her for not trying to stop him from driving.
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I love the way you quoted me in the first place with a weak reply then suddenly, ten minutes later came up with something (supposedly) more witty to say. Also the fact you've gained two red gems since starting this thread should probably tell you that you need to leave the internet and never, ever return.

And yes it is a good description of me by someone who disagrees with me, surely that's what forums are for?
Red was always my favourite colour. Fortunately, I am not pathetic or juvenile enough to care about reputation on an internet forum. Clearly, your life revolves around this sort of thing.

Oh, and a carnival-sized teddy bear in the guise of an anthropomorphic animal does NOT count as a boyfriend, love.
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We dont know what his faith is?
:rolleyes: Oh come on. Look at his name and take an educated guess.
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Red was always my favourite colour. Fortunately, I am not pathetic or juvenile enough to care about reputation on an internet forum. Clearly, your life revolves around this sort of thing.

Oh, and a carnival-sized teddy bear in the guise of an anthropomorphic animal does NOT count as a boyfriend, love.
He didn't imply that you care about your reputation, did he? I think he was just saying that your drop in reputation since creating this thread shows that people are disagreeing with what you're saying. Which, as a general rule, means you're talking s-hit.

It's not juvenile or pathetic to care about what others think of you. It's human nature. I put it to you, that you are the pathetic and juvenile person for being persistently condescending, offensive and unappreciative of other people's views. Learn how to debate properly without resorting to personal digs.
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:rolleyes: Oh come on. Look at his name and take an educated guess.
OR maybe, drinking is not against his faith, because, well, he doesnt hold that faith? :rolleyes:
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Red was always my favourite colour. Fortunately, I am not pathetic or juvenile enough to care about reputation on an internet forum. Clearly, your life revolves around this sort of thing.

Oh, and a carnival-sized teddy bear in the guise of an anthropomorphic animal does NOT count as a boyfriend, love.
DAMNIT! I've been rumbled.

I must start a new life with Conseulo in South America.
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DAMNIT! I've been rumbled.

I must start a new life with Conseulo in South America.
Take your damn teddy bear with you!

Do be careful, I have heard that furry fandom is a form of extreme pornography in South America, and punished extremely harshly.
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Scumbag mother ******. Burn the **** and see how he likes it. Im sorry but its ******* wrong.
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Emily Brady was a friend of a friend, she lived in Dunstable in Beds. Her mother found out something was wrong when Arshad's brother rang in the early hours of the morning to ask if Emily was home, and when her mother replied that she wasn't the brother explained to her mother she must have been in the car. Strange he didn't even know and that Arshad had not even told his brother she was in the car..
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Wondering about the truth behind a sensationalist newspaper article whos interests lie in selling more copies and not in presenting the accurate truth does not equal "jumping to the defense of the criminal"

Arshad pleaded guilty to drink driving and driving without insurance, not to willfully allowing the death of his girlfriend, which he has not even been charged with as far as I can gleam from the article (and I'm suuure they would have mentioned it if it was the case)
It's entirely plausible that having just been in a car accident and given that he was drunk Arshad either could not remember his girlfriend or did not grasp the importance of telling people about her whereabouts. I'm not saying that's definately the case, just a possibility that you can't discount based on speculation, as you appear to have done.

Of course, regardless of the death of his girlfriend, and like someone said even in fact if she had not died, the bloke should be locked away for repeatedly breaking the law when it comes to drink driving. Buut, the girl also bears some responsibility for getting into his car and allowing him to drive at all. If he had killed a child on the way home instead of her, people on this forum would be condemning her for not trying to stop him from driving.
Its pretty obvious to me he knew she was in there. Ive been spannerd off my face enough to know that you just wouldnt ignore that fact. Im also pretty sure she would have been screaming as she was being burnt?? This bloke deserves no defence what so ever. I cannot beleive that people are defending him. This sort of **** is why our country has gone to the crapper.
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Allah probably told him to do it.
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obviously he couldnt care less..he's already been caught breaking the rules again
and i bet our stupid justice system will give him a measly sentence, if that
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Allah probably told him to do it.
:eek3:
what makes you say that?
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Allah probably told him to do it.
Aha!
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:eek3:
what makes you say that?
:dontknow: He often tells them to do all sorts, apparently.
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:dontknow: He often tells them to do all sorts, apparently.
:rolleyes:
where did you get that from?
rest assured he doesnt
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:rolleyes:
where did you get that from?
rest assured he doesnt
Allah tells me to burn things.
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Its pretty obvious to me he knew she was in there. Ive been spannerd off my face enough to know that you just wouldnt ignore that fact. Im also pretty sure she would have been screaming as she was being burnt?? This bloke deserves no defence what so ever. I cannot beleive that people are defending him. This sort of **** is why our country has gone to the crapper.
She fractured vertebrae. That's a pretty serious injury. She may not have been concsious to scream.
There have been lots of cases where people forget things after accidents due to either concussion or shock. Combined with drunkeness I don't think it's obvious he knew she was there and left her to die out of some kind of cruelty.
Why let your girlfriend burn to death when you stand nothing to gain from that happening to her? She was his girlfriend and they'd just been out drinking together, it's possible he had some weird desire for her to die, but surely it's more likely it was just an accident?
Yes, he's a ***** for drink driving and should go to prison, and if he did intentionally allow her to die then he's an ultra-***** agreed, but I doubt that to be the case. Sounds to me like he's a selfish idiot for drink driving, and perhaps didn't love/care about his girlfriend enough for her to be on his mind when the accident happened - not that he deliberately caused her death.
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