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Old 18-06-2012, 17:46
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I'm surprised he hasn't posted any good wishes to Jack Osbourne yet! Maybe he has been sent down!
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Old 18-06-2012, 17:52
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The silence is truly curious.
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Old 18-06-2012, 18:36
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I haven't spotted anything in google news search. :-/ seems like the local paper that covered their first court appearance didn't cover it this time.
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Old 18-06-2012, 18:38
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Oh dear, who will care for Audrey, she'll starve.
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Old 18-06-2012, 18:48
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The amount of fat Aud has on her will ensure her survival yet, it's the getting out of the LazyAud to get drinks to subsequently wet herself/go to the toilet that will be the issue.
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Old 18-06-2012, 19:11
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So no update on Prisoner Cell Block Chawn?
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Old 18-06-2012, 19:26
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So no update on Prisoner Cell Block Chawn?
No, nothing. Perhaps they're all locked up on bread and water.
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Old 18-06-2012, 19:53
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No, nothing. Perhaps they're all locked up on bread and water.
But they can't have been sent down! It's not their fault. I wonder who Phil's lucky cell mate is at Strangeways?
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Old 18-06-2012, 19:56
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I haven't spotted anything in google news search. :-/ seems like the local paper that covered their first court appearance didn't cover it this time.
Damn, I nodded off, & missed the local Granada & North West News..Dont know if there was anything on there???... The local newspaper, is the "The Lancashire Evening Telegraph" its a daytime newspaper, so I would think, it will be in tomorrows copy, if its in.... Im sure they would report the outcome....... I shall be queueing first thing, at the newsagents tomorow & will let all you at CoC know,of the verdict, Im surprised the Chunky Chawners Camp...are staying silent, I would have thought he would be ranting & raving on f/b by now...Maybe the judge has told them to keep things off social networks..???
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Old 18-06-2012, 19:59
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Could PC be too embarrassed/upset to post the results even though we all know it isn't their fault?
Curled up with laughter here, does Plop know the meaning of the word "embarrassment"?

Early days for the local rag yet Simi, I'm hoping it'll be in tomorrow. Or hopefully Kim will know and keep us up to date.
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Old 18-06-2012, 23:25
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hiya all, is it ok if I tell you about the chawners tomorrow as I have been involved in a crash tonight
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Old 19-06-2012, 00:07
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hiya all, is it ok if I tell you about the chawners tomorrow as I have been involved in a crash tonight
Kim, that's fine, whenever you're ready, hope you're alright?
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Old 19-06-2012, 07:44
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hiya all, is it ok if I tell you about the chawners tomorrow as I have been involved in a crash tonight
Gosh Kim, Chawner updates are irrelevant when you've been in a crash. Hope you are okay. Good luck with the house move too - wow, your stress levels must be through the roof!
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Old 19-06-2012, 07:56
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Ooh just spotted a lengthy, punctuation free status update on Philth's page. It's going to be in the paper later today, so without spoiling the surprise, here's the last few words:

I just want to say we did not do any of this and this is so unfair we do not deserve it you all take care love Phil and family xxxx

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Old 19-06-2012, 08:10
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hiya all, is it ok if I tell you about the chawners tomorrow as I have been involved in a crash tonight
I hope you & your family are OK Kim. Take care.
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Old 19-06-2012, 08:23
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Kim, I hope you, hubby & the children are all ok....Sorry to hear of your accident....
Im looking forward to buying our local rag today,, to read all the details of yesterdays court appearance... Google, Lancashire Evening Telegragh,,, & you too can enjoy the pleasure, too,. have a great day all at Coc.
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Old 19-06-2012, 08:49
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I just read Phil's post on Facebook. Obviously typed in a furious rage and more of a mess than usual. I'll post it later after some less biased (and better spelled) posts are made about it. But here's some spoilers about the result.

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He's still trying to make out the case was just about swearing rather than threatening behaviour though.
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Old 19-06-2012, 08:55
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I just read Phil's post on Facebook. Obviously typed in a furious rage and more of a mess than usual. I'll post it later after some less biased (and better spelled) posts are made about it. But here's some spoilers about the result.

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He's still trying to make out the case was just about swearing rather than threatening behaviour though.
I read about the jug being horrid to them as well, and laughing and pointing at them (allegedly). As for the straining order, it all sounds rather like something to do with constipation.

I wonder if the real issue is the fact he posted several videos of the neighbour, on Facebook, along with comments suggesting she is fraudulently claiming DLA. (Oh the irony) I'm pretty sure it's an offence to covertly film people.
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Old 19-06-2012, 09:23
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Phil is such an ignoramus.

And I have to say 'Jug' for a 'Judge' is hilarious chawnerspeak.

It appears that given his reaction he was perhaps expecting things to go in his favour.

As for the Jug allegedly laughing and pointing at them... He must have been watching BFC and CLC. Audrey's farting stair crawl and skip chasing is legendary.
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Old 19-06-2012, 09:34
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It appears that given his reaction he was perhaps expecting things to go in his favour.
Well, of course he was. Because (and all together now) it wasn't their fault!
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Old 19-06-2012, 09:53
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I read about the jug being horrid to them as well, and laughing and pointing at them (allegedly). As for the straining order, it all sounds rather like something to do with constipation.

I wonder if the real issue is the fact he posted several videos of the neighbour, on Facebook, along with comments suggesting she is fraudulently claiming DLA. (Oh the irony) I'm pretty sure it's an offence to covertly film people.
I do think he ought to be very, very careful though. I am not sure what the punishment is likely to be for accusing a person (not to mention a police officer) of committing perjury. I hope the complainant doesn't have access to his fb page

Seriusly though - it definitely paints the Chawner's in a whole new light and kills the myth that they are loveable, slightly dim , peeps with hearts of gold
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Old 19-06-2012, 10:01
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So have they actually been convicted of threatening behaviour? If so, yikes that won't go down very well on any job applications
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Old 19-06-2012, 10:35
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So have they actually been convicted of threatening behaviour? If so, yikes that won't go down very well on any job applications
It's OK, they weren't filling any out in the first place. Work mucks up their money.

Thanks for the updates.
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Old 19-06-2012, 10:39
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I do think he ought to be very, very careful though. I am not sure what the punishment is likely to be for accusing a person (not to mention a police officer) of committing perjury. I hope the complainant doesn't have access to his fb page

Seriusly though - it definitely paints the Chawner's in a whole new light and kills the myth that they are loveable, slightly dim , peeps with hearts of gold
I think the man is an idiot. He'll be back up in front of that jug before we know it, charged with contempt of court.

I'm sure discussing court proceedings on social networks and accusing solicitors, police officers and witnesses all to be in collusion with each other, is definitely frowned upon. And it's not as if his Facebook page is private, he has 4000+ "friends" and all of their friends can read Philth's pathetic rantings.

This conversation he's having to pay - does the thick twit mean compensation?
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Old 19-06-2012, 10:43
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Okay Cult of Chawner, which one of you has posted this harsh and unsympathetic comment to the poor man?

Apart from the lack of punctuation, this does not make a lot of sense! I am impressed that 'Oop North' Magistrate Court cases are heard by Jugs! Both the Defence Solicitor and CPS are bound by the law to act in a professional manner. If there was evidence that Phil and Family were in Tesco at the alleged time, the Defence Solicitor would have raised it. In addition, I have also never heard of Police Officers on official duty going to court with witnesses. I think that there is a lot more to this than we have been told. Come clean Phil!!!!!
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