… must breathe.
I could just about cope with yesterday’s Facebook stupidity vis. Raoul Moat.
Via @RantinRab though, I see things have escalated.
First though, you’ll need an emollient. Allow me:
Ready? Here we go:
Raoul was one of a kind, a very caring man who worshiped the ground his kids walked on … they were his life and without them he didnt feel like he could carry on
For all those who dont agree with this page Raoul may have done things wrong but he was still human
and a really kind one, you would never dream he could hurt a fly he was the gentle giant, true what
they say never judge a book by its cover and people shouldnt judge till they’ve heard all the FACTS
because they will be revealed one day and then people might understand why someone felt the need to do the things he did
xx ♥ ♥ xx R.I.P. Raoul xx ♥ ♥ xx
Light a Candle
Light a candle for those we mourn.
Into a new life they will be born.
Do not look for them at the gravesite.
They are somewhere else radiating their beautiful light.
They have gone to a new world where there is no darkness, no pain.
Their light and essence will always remain.
Light a candle for those who have left this mortal place.
They are free to travel through time and space.
When we think of them, they are near.
When we sit in a beautiful garden. Their voices we hear.
When we listen to a divine symphony,
We close our eyes, their faces we see.
Light a candle for they have not really gone.
With each flickering flame, in your hearts they will always belong.
If you’re thinking of having your say, all comments on the page are subject to approval.
Please remember this is a tribute page for the friends and family of Raoul, although he did wrong in
his life they should still be able to grieve for their loss ALL ACTIVITY on this page requires
approval …. negative tributes will be blocked
Well, since ‘negative tributes’ will be blocked, I’ll turn to the Daily Mail for some.. ahem… balance.
Mr Moulding said in one instance Moat had shown officers where some stolen number plates were hidden.
Moat first became known to the police in 2000 when he was held for conspiracy to murder. He was freed without charge.
In 2005 he was charged over possessing a knuckle-duster and a samurai sword.
Despite admitting having an offensive weapon he walked away with an absolute discharge, a sentence usually reserved for defendants who get a tougher sentence at the same time for another crime.
Moat was also involved in minor scams such as driving away from petrol stations without paying for fuel.
A source who knew of Moat’s history said: ‘You would expect a man capable of shooting and killing to have a series of convictions. Moat was detained onmany occasions yet was barely touched by the courts. He had a charmed life.’
Another source close to the case said: ‘He was arrogant whenever court officials dealt with him. He thought he was above the law.’
So, back to the ‘tributes’:
Oh yeah – words are coming back to me now:
YOU SICK, THICK CUNTS. ROT IN HELL.
That should cover it.