Who actually would benefit from dragging up the memories of 30 years ago and discussing it in public?
And your view on dragging up the illegal sexual activities of celebrities then?
Is it just criminal acts by coppers we should ignore?
The answer is the victims and justice - is that not obvious to you?
Neither side was angels.
You are meant to be defending the police not saying that both sides were criminals. Remind me again which lot were all found innocent at trial and received compensation from the police force.
Tootall told us this never gets mentioned - would you still like to defend this premise?
You could argue that the police are worst because they should be upholding the law,
Not only could you say that the law says it as well. You can view there code of conduct if you want which explains why this is the case. Something about honesty, integrity and upholding the law - that last bit is hard to do if you are breaking it FWIW
we are all responsible for upholding the law so you cannot reduce the actions carried out by the miners.
Its you who is doing this but for the coppers ie the miners were just as bad. If you want to charge the miners feel free. Shall I remind you again the charged miners were all acquitted and given compensation by the police.
Are you really ok if the police act as bad , or worse, than the criminals they are protecting us from?
Really are you ok with this?
The mining communities need to move on and look forward, not backwards. An inquiry would stop the moving forward for another decade or two.
Is some form of justice not required to enable the moving on process?