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28DL and UE in the News â€˜Urban explorer’ in Ellesmere Port are trespassers (EP Pioneer.co.uk) 17/08/11



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Styru

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From the website of the 'Ellesmere Port Pioneer' (the local rag)

‘Urban explorer’ in Ellesmere Port are trespassers putting their lives at risk, say police


.....risked drowning.....Self-styled .....escapades.....DANGER .....RISK.....DROWNING.....warnings.....law..... warned .....breaking the law.....safety.....civil trespass.....burglary......
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Full news story HERE

Original 28DL report HERE

Could Mr kevsy21 and Mr Georgie please report to the Headmasters Office you naughty boys!


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Wevsky

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What a very well written and informed article, i could learn lots from them!

By going into such sites i could possibly be committing burglary.........
yes i hear theft of waste water is a rising trend with the crazy kids nowdays!
 

Xan_Asmodi

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“We would also warn anyone who enters a private building or premises that they could potentially be committing civil trespass, or worse, burglary.â€￾
I always thought trespass was committed when you REFUSE to leave the land. As for burglary;
Burglary is defined by section 9 of the Theft Act 1968 which created two variants:

  1. A person is guilty of burglary if he enters any building or part of a building as a trespasser with intent to steal, inflict grievous bodily harm [or raping any person therein],[31] or do unlawful damage to the building or anything in it.(section 9(1)(a))
  2. A person is guilty of burglary if, having entered a building or part of a building as a trespasser, he steals or attempts to steal anything in the building, or inflicts or attempts to inflict grievous bodily harm on any person in the building.(section 9(1)(b))
:banghead:banghead:banghead:banghead

This is from Police spokeswoman Shelley Williams. Well, I think Shelley needs to brush up on the law before doing anymore spokeswomaning
 

georgie

He Never Even Got There
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the only danger involved in doing this was it being left wide open for kids to play in tbh
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it wasnt dangerous in anyway infact we both done it in trainers
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nice little mooch the best part seeing how far we could walk out into the ship canal on the stepping stones without falling in.

i have a video of me running down one of the pipes ill upload it shortly
 

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Styru

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The use of 'potential' crimes is worrying....

they could potentially be committing civil trespass, or worse, burglary
of course, as it is only 'potential' - then you can insert the crime of your choice :rolleyes:

they could potentially be committing civil trespass, or worse, ferret groping

they could potentially be committing civil trespass, or worse, walking on the cracks in the pavement

they could potentially be committing civil trespass, or worse, being Goths

they could potentially be committing civil trespass, or worse, dogging
etc...
 
W

Wherever i may roam

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"Cheshire Constabulary has warned that urban explorers could be breaking the law as well as risking their own safety"



Fuck me i didn't realize..did anyone else?????? :rolleyes::rolleyes:
 

Squirrell 911

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Yer asbestos, just the thing you find in a fucking pre cast concrete pipe, its jsut full of it!

Idiots

Hey maybe maybe we should become much stricter as to who can browse this site. Make it members only ??
Its Just a thought it would stop all these so called journalists etc from making stupid quotes and assumptions also the pikeys & chavs seing possible locations
Fuck that. We have many a crap journalist that is on here because they cant find any proper stories so they trawl on here for a sensationalist piece of shit to show their editor. If they dont come up with stories (lame or otherwise) then they are on the dole and fucked if I am keeping them in benefits! :D
 

Ordnance

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I always thought trespass was committed when you REFUSE to leave the land. As for burglary;
I was always under the impression that you were trespassing if you entered someone else's property without permission, but a landowner (or his argent) could not press charges in a civil court unless he first asked you to leave, and you refused. So you have already committed the act of civil trespass [not potentially] just by being there...... The Poloce cannot charge you with civil trespass, and would have to prove the greater offence of 'Breaking & Entering' or 'Burglary' beyond reasonable doubt! Tossers
 
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