Comments:Two children killed in fire in Derbyshire, England; man arrested

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My verdict?500:00, 4 December 2016

My verdict?

My prediction is that this person, whoever it may be, will be found "not guilty" of any charges brought against him. --Rayboy8 (my talk) (my contributions) 14:08, 24 April 2010 (UTC)

Rayboy8 (my talk) (my contributions)14:08, 24 April 2010

Why do you say that? Just curious...

Benny the mascot (talk)14:27, 24 April 2010

Well, this person will obviously be either guilty or not guilty. I'm opting for "not guilty".

Rayboy8 (my talk) (my contributions)14:32, 24 April 2010

I put it to a certain ex-procurator fiscal (Scottish prosecutor) I'm related to that it must be very hard to prove arsons, and he stated that most of the people who commit this type of offence make big mistakes. He stated that it is rare to be unable to find strong evidence leading to culprits in arsons against dwellings.

Blood Red Sandman (Talk) (Contribs)15:38, 24 April 2010

Very terrible. I hope they catch the culprit after all. arbitration Ukraine

Kypriayna (talk)11:18, 24 May 2010
 
 
 

You psychic, Rayboy? This case turned into one of the most almighty clusterfucks I've come across. Years later, this is one that's stuck with me.

BRS (Talk) (Contribs)00:00, 4 December 2016