RIP David Amess
We should all cherish what we’ve got. These nutters attack anyone, anytime.
Security forces will be forever playing catch up.
 

Akasya

Postless Pointer
RIP David Amess
I'm betting the assailant was already known to the police and/or mental health professionals, and there was nowhere to treat/confine him.
The beeb did say he had previously been identified to the security service and the police .
Steve
 

juco

Member
RIP David Amess
The beeb did say he had previously been identified to the security service and the police .
Steve
Apparently he was introduced to the governments prevent anti extremism course a few years back, dont know if he actually attended, but there must have been something about him to push him towards the governments prevent programme.
 
RIP David Amess
Apparently he was introduced to the governments prevent anti extremism course a few years back, dont know if he actually attended, but there must have been something about him to push him towards the governments prevent programme.
Theres probably thousands in the UK that need constant scrutiny. We'll be chasing whispers for years to come. The revolving door syndrome is inevitable, prison, release........then attack.
 

Chasey

Member
RIP David Amess
A tragedy but we should not overreact. Police guards and Perspex screens do not make for people feeling they are able to be in touch with the people who influence their lives. Whilst this is extremely sad, we must not lose sight of the bigger picture in terms of risk and the danger of overreaction.
 

Jaycey

African Refugee
RIP David Amess
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Amess’ Qatar links examined ...

Police investigating the murder of David Amess are examining his ties to the Gulf state of Qatar.
The Conservative MP was chairman of the all-party parliamentary group on the country.
The man being questioned over the stabbing is the son of a former prime ministerial adviser in Somalia, where the current leadership is backed by Qatar.
The MP’s family have called on the public to “set aside hatred and work towards togetherness”.
 
RIP David Amess
A tragedy but we should not overreact. Police guards and Perspex screens do not make for people feeling they are able to be in touch with the people who influence their lives. Whilst this is extremely sad, we must not lose sight of the bigger picture in terms of risk and the danger of overreaction.
Bus drivers, bank staff, DSS staff, GP reception staff etc - why not MPs ?
 

Mushroom

Member
RIP David Amess
Did you happen to watch Yvette giving her recollections. Her voice coach must have been disappointed- started off well, sounding haitches but trailed off and reverted to self towards the end.
 

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