Four Brits attack GNR in Vilamoura

CM TV DR PHOTOS - Four Brits attack GNR in Vilamoura. Four British men beat and threw two GNR soldiers into the swimming pool of a hotel in Vilamoura in the early hours of Sunday.

The two GNR officers intervened as the group tried to enter the Vilamoura Casino without a protective face mask and so were stopped by the security guard. They fled to the car park and made their way in to a restricted area of ​​the Villa Galé hotel.

According to reports, the GNR said the British “threatened us with death, attacked us with punches, kicks and even chairs." One of the soldiers was even thrown into the pool, and every time he tried to get back to the surface, he was pushed down and kicked in the head. The violence only ended when the GNR officers colleague pulled his gun and fired three times”.

One soldier had a broken hand, the other had wounds all over his body.  Two of the aggressors were detained, but they were released on an Identity and Residence Term, without having to go in front of a judge and have already returned to England. The other two fled and were not caught.

 

Original article available in Portuguese at http://postal.pt/

 

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-1 #11 Reg 2021-10-20 12:45
Quoting Brook:

So, sometimes it is good to state which country in the UK that is in question.

With reference to this article it is wrong to assume because the two Brits flew to England that they are English. If they would have flown to Edinburgh would he have accused them of being Scottish?
-3 #10 Brook 2021-10-19 17:53
Quoting Reg:
Quoting John Newman:
My wife asked if the perpetrators were drunk. I explained, “Of course, the article says they are British!” Which is unfair, the article should be more specific and state that they are English.

Great job guys, keep up the stereotype.


The Nationality says British. I am questioning your stereotyping. Who says they didn't fly into Bristol and travelled on to Wales?

(If they were Swiss do you want to know if they came from the French, German or Italian part?
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Switzerland is a country, where everyone is Swiss.

UK is a collection of countries, Scotland, Wales England and not forgetting Northern Ireland.
So, sometimes it is good to state which country in the UK that is in question.
+3 #9 Reg 2021-10-17 13:34
Quoting John Newman:
My wife asked if the perpetrators were drunk. I explained, “Of course, the article says they are British!” Which is unfair, the article should be more specific and state that they are English.

Great job guys, keep up the stereotype.


The Nationality says British. I am questioning your stereotyping. Who says they didn't fly into Bristol and travelled on to Wales? If they were Swiss do you want to know if they came from the French, German or Italian part?
-2 #8 Stuart Wood 2021-10-16 16:31
They obviously came here for the ‘history, culture and heritage’, as the tourism commercials say!!
-5 #7 John Newman 2021-10-16 15:14
My wife asked if the perpetrators were drunk. I explained, “Of course, the article says they are British!” Which is unfair, the article should be more specific and state that they are English.

Great job guys, keep up the stereotype.
+2 #6 Chip 2021-10-16 11:14
In this instance I don't think David is far from the truth.
+5 #5 Norman L 2021-10-15 21:05
Quoting David:
The judiciary, police and political class are all systemically corrupted, so don't expect any justice.


What, even the star of the latest bitchute video? Surely not.
+1 #4 David 2021-10-15 18:00
The judiciary, police and political class are all systemically corrupted, so don't expect any justice.
+5 #3 Brook 2021-10-15 14:20
Norman,
There doesn't seem to be a zero tolerance approach to violence or cronyism in the Portugal Judicial system.

In fact, the politicians and judiciary do not seem to care about the ordinary people of this lovely country.
Just look at the way the Judiciary allowed a criminal banker to leave the country, even though he was sentenced to imprisonment, and how the politician's car killed a road maintenance worker and he nor his driver were held to account for this.
The politician was asked to help the family of the deceased worker and he refused to listen to their request for help.
The elected politicians that share a workspace in the Portugese parliament know what he has done, and so far have allowed his actions to go unanswered.

When this type of behaviour is allowed to happen in the highest level of society, that elected politicians are suppose to be, then thugs that beat up police in their duty of protecting the public will probably be acceptable
+4 #2 Norman L 2021-10-15 10:18
Quoting Brook:
I don't know the full facts about this story, but this type of violence should not be tolerated by anyone, particularly the Judiciary.
It will be interesting to see how they will proceed with this in the future.


It's amazing that you got a downvote for this comment, Brook. I can't help wondering how a certain judge would handle the case.

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