Murderer Elliot Turner targeted by prisoners

Murderer Elliot Turner targeted by prisoners

Elliot Turner

Emily Longley

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MURDERER Elliot Turner has been involved in an “incident” in jail.

Reports that the 21-year-old was beaten up in prison and had his cell torched have not been confirmed by the Prison Service, but a spokesman confirmed the convicted murderer had been involved in “a minor incident” which led to two prisoners being disciplined.

Turner is serving a life sentence for the brutal murder of popular Brockenhurst College student Emily Longley.

He is currently being held at HMP Swaleside in Kent and has been told he will not be considered for parole for at least 16 years.

A Prison Service spokesman told the Daily Echo: “Two prisoners from HMP Swaleside have been disciplined for their roles in a minor incident.”

A report in a national newspaper claimed Turner, who formerly lived with his parents in Queenswood Avenue, Bournemouth, had been attacked after displaying pictures of Emily in his cell and boasting about his wealth.

The newspaper report said he also claimed to have a “fan club” and told how he received letters from many women.

It said he was beaten up when other inmates became sick of his boasts and that his cell was set on fire after he reported the attack to prison officers.

However, the prison spokesman insisted: “There was no cell fire.”

Turner strangled 17-year-old Emily in a jealous rage in bed at his family home in May 2011.

His parents, Leigh and Anita Turner, were each jailed for 27 months for perverting the course of justice during the murder investigation and for trying to help their son evade justice.

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9:13am Wed 23 Jan 13

B.F.G says...

What a shame, my heart bleeds for him.
What a shame, my heart bleeds for him. B.F.G
  • Score: 4

9:18am Wed 23 Jan 13

WOC says...

Good! May he get more of the same before he's released.
Good! May he get more of the same before he's released. WOC
  • Score: 15

9:19am Wed 23 Jan 13

andyjb10 says...

Great news
Great news andyjb10
  • Score: 11

9:36am Wed 23 Jan 13

Por Speller says...

That's the best news I've heard this year... he deserves everything he gets- I hope his parents are enjoying this story too (btw- who allows him to have photos of his victim?)
That's the best news I've heard this year... he deserves everything he gets- I hope his parents are enjoying this story too (btw- who allows him to have photos of his victim?) Por Speller
  • Score: 13

9:44am Wed 23 Jan 13

polblagger says...

This should be happening daily if karma exists.
This should be happening daily if karma exists. polblagger
  • Score: 11

9:47am Wed 23 Jan 13

Mairy Hinge says...

That's cheered me up, I read recently Turner plans an appeal! What's he appealing? The spoilt brat is bang to rights and should have the sentence increased for being so disrespectful, horrible little boy.
That's cheered me up, I read recently Turner plans an appeal! What's he appealing? The spoilt brat is bang to rights and should have the sentence increased for being so disrespectful, horrible little boy. Mairy Hinge
  • Score: 12

9:48am Wed 23 Jan 13

Holes Bay Curve says...

Oh dear - a lawsuit by a greedy solicitor would seem to be on the cards as *his* human rights have been breached by the prison service not protecting him (?) - SHAME.
Oh dear - a lawsuit by a greedy solicitor would seem to be on the cards as *his* human rights have been breached by the prison service not protecting him (?) - SHAME. Holes Bay Curve
  • Score: 5

9:57am Wed 23 Jan 13

woby_tide says...

he probably needs to consider that his wealth(or his parents as they are more commonly known) might not be as much as he thinks when he gets out
he probably needs to consider that his wealth(or his parents as they are more commonly known) might not be as much as he thinks when he gets out woby_tide
  • Score: 5

10:06am Wed 23 Jan 13

TD61 says...

Pity they didn't scar his face while they were at it - he might not claim to be such a pretty boy then .....

What a pompous ar$e he is. He deserves it - and more!

Who the hell allowed him to have photos of Emily in the first place?!! I'm sure her family will not be happy to hear of that :(
Pity they didn't scar his face while they were at it - he might not claim to be such a pretty boy then ..... What a pompous ar$e he is. He deserves it - and more! Who the hell allowed him to have photos of Emily in the first place?!! I'm sure her family will not be happy to hear of that :( TD61
  • Score: 7

10:17am Wed 23 Jan 13

CherrySi says...

3 points for the Cherries last night and Elliot Turner gets his head kicked in - a great day for Bournemouth :-)
3 points for the Cherries last night and Elliot Turner gets his head kicked in - a great day for Bournemouth :-) CherrySi
  • Score: 7

10:25am Wed 23 Jan 13

High Treason says...

Oh deary me. never mind, a nice hot shower will soothe his aches and pains but be careful not to drop the soap.
Oh deary me. never mind, a nice hot shower will soothe his aches and pains but be careful not to drop the soap. High Treason
  • Score: 5

10:57am Wed 23 Jan 13

Lord Spring says...

High Treason wrote:
Oh deary me. never mind, a nice hot shower will soothe his aches and pains but be careful not to drop the soap.
You beat me to it.
[quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: Oh deary me. never mind, a nice hot shower will soothe his aches and pains but be careful not to drop the soap.[/p][/quote]You beat me to it. Lord Spring
  • Score: 4

10:58am Wed 23 Jan 13

The Liberal says...

woby_tide wrote:
he probably needs to consider that his wealth(or his parents as they are more commonly known) might not be as much as he thinks when he gets out
It seems it was never that much in the first place. He was a wannabe who wanted to associate with the real rich kids of Sandbanks etc.
[quote][p][bold]woby_tide[/bold] wrote: he probably needs to consider that his wealth(or his parents as they are more commonly known) might not be as much as he thinks when he gets out[/p][/quote]It seems it was never that much in the first place. He was a wannabe who wanted to associate with the real rich kids of Sandbanks etc. The Liberal
  • Score: 4

11:02am Wed 23 Jan 13

l'anglais says...

To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day.

Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning.
I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.
To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day. Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning. I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday. l'anglais
  • Score: -12

11:46am Wed 23 Jan 13

umadtho says...

l'anglais wrote:
To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day.

Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning.
I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.
As much as I agree with you that this lynch mob mentality is a little hypocritical, people are venting and I doubt very much that they'd actually wish death on another human being.

Elliot is a spoilt brat and needs bringing down a peg or two... I'm not condoning violence but perhaps this little warning has served it's purpose.
[quote][p][bold]l'anglais[/bold] wrote: To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day. Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning. I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]As much as I agree with you that this lynch mob mentality is a little hypocritical, people are venting and I doubt very much that they'd actually wish death on another human being. Elliot is a spoilt brat and needs bringing down a peg or two... I'm not condoning violence but perhaps this little warning has served it's purpose. umadtho
  • Score: 6

11:58am Wed 23 Jan 13

BournemouthMum says...

l'anglais wrote:
To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day.

Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning.
I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.
That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.
[quote][p][bold]l'anglais[/bold] wrote: To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day. Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning. I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man. BournemouthMum
  • Score: -7

12:07pm Wed 23 Jan 13

TD61 says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
l'anglais wrote:
To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day.

Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning.
I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.
That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.
A very insecure young man - yes he probably is - but would you feel the same if he murdered *your* daughter/family member? Doubtful.

He's a pathetic excuse for a human being who simply cannot bring himself to admit he did wrong. His defence relied on Emily being at fault because he hasn't got the b@lls to admit he killed her outright.

As for stonings and whippings - I would have no problem with that at all - Even the Bible say an eye for an eye and in his case he definitely deserves it for murdering a young woman just because she no longer wanted him - and I can understand why.
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]l'anglais[/bold] wrote: To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day. Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning. I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.[/p][/quote]A very insecure young man - yes he probably is - but would you feel the same if he murdered *your* daughter/family member? Doubtful. He's a pathetic excuse for a human being who simply cannot bring himself to admit he did wrong. His defence relied on Emily being at fault because he hasn't got the b@lls to admit he killed her outright. As for stonings and whippings - I would have no problem with that at all - Even the Bible say an eye for an eye and in his case he definitely deserves it for murdering a young woman just because she no longer wanted him - and I can understand why. TD61
  • Score: 8

12:18pm Wed 23 Jan 13

afcb-mark says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
l'anglais wrote:
To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day.

Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning.
I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.
That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.
Did he and his parents not rejoice in the suffering and horrible death poor Emily went through when holding 'Support Elliot' parties at their home. He deserves everything he gets....and more. I doubt your response would be the same had it been a daughter of yours!!!
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]l'anglais[/bold] wrote: To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day. Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning. I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.[/p][/quote]Did he and his parents not rejoice in the suffering and horrible death poor Emily went through when holding 'Support Elliot' parties at their home. He deserves everything he gets....and more. I doubt your response would be the same had it been a daughter of yours!!! afcb-mark
  • Score: 7

12:19pm Wed 23 Jan 13

corngoat says...

TD61 wrote:
BournemouthMum wrote:
l'anglais wrote:
To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day.

Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning.
I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.
That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.
A very insecure young man - yes he probably is - but would you feel the same if he murdered *your* daughter/family member? Doubtful.

He's a pathetic excuse for a human being who simply cannot bring himself to admit he did wrong. His defence relied on Emily being at fault because he hasn't got the b@lls to admit he killed her outright.

As for stonings and whippings - I would have no problem with that at all - Even the Bible say an eye for an eye and in his case he definitely deserves it for murdering a young woman just because she no longer wanted him - and I can understand why.
Well said TD61 - just what I was thinking!
[quote][p][bold]TD61[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]l'anglais[/bold] wrote: To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day. Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning. I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.[/p][/quote]A very insecure young man - yes he probably is - but would you feel the same if he murdered *your* daughter/family member? Doubtful. He's a pathetic excuse for a human being who simply cannot bring himself to admit he did wrong. His defence relied on Emily being at fault because he hasn't got the b@lls to admit he killed her outright. As for stonings and whippings - I would have no problem with that at all - Even the Bible say an eye for an eye and in his case he definitely deserves it for murdering a young woman just because she no longer wanted him - and I can understand why.[/p][/quote]Well said TD61 - just what I was thinking! corngoat
  • Score: 1

12:55pm Wed 23 Jan 13

bosco1 says...

I have no doubt that this is just a taster of things to come.He deserves it. An evil young man, shouldent be allowed on the streets ever again.!!
I have no doubt that this is just a taster of things to come.He deserves it. An evil young man, shouldent be allowed on the streets ever again.!! bosco1
  • Score: 3

1:10pm Wed 23 Jan 13

guisselle says...

How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship. guisselle
  • Score: 3

1:14pm Wed 23 Jan 13

BournemouthMum says...

guisselle wrote:
How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
....and men.
[quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship.[/p][/quote]....and men. BournemouthMum
  • Score: 1

1:27pm Wed 23 Jan 13

H2o-hara says...

I dread to think of what sort of fans he has which he's boasting about . Obviously a mentally sick person to start up such a thing .
I dread to think of what sort of fans he has which he's boasting about . Obviously a mentally sick person to start up such a thing . H2o-hara
  • Score: 1

1:50pm Wed 23 Jan 13

HRH of Boscombe says...

'boasting about his wealth'? I've never been to jail but surely that's not a wise thing to do even if you are minted. Funny though in this case.How many people is he going to have to make financial promises to just not get a daily beating?
.
After his and mummy and daddies legal bills he could make a lot of broken promises to people you shouldn't break promises with.
.
For someone who had a nice easy life how much more could you mess it up? Get your parents locked up too? lol
'boasting about his wealth'? I've never been to jail but surely that's not a wise thing to do even if you are minted. Funny though in this case.How many people is he going to have to make financial promises to just not get a daily beating? . After his and mummy and daddies legal bills he could make a lot of broken promises to people you shouldn't break promises with. . For someone who had a nice easy life how much more could you mess it up? Get your parents locked up too? lol HRH of Boscombe
  • Score: 1

1:55pm Wed 23 Jan 13

The Liberal says...

guisselle wrote:
How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
While I agree with you about domestic violence, Turner is hardly your average wife-beater. IMHO he's a sociopath.
[quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship.[/p][/quote]While I agree with you about domestic violence, Turner is hardly your average wife-beater. IMHO he's a sociopath. The Liberal
  • Score: 5

2:03pm Wed 23 Jan 13

wilkiemini says...

After following the trial and conviction of this man I for one was quite happy to read that he is suffering in prison.....it's no more than he deserves, a spoilt brat who still thinks he can get away with murder and is appealing his conviction as obviously he is deluded enough o think if he sticks to his story of him accidentally killing that girl we might all feel sorry for him and let him out so he can become the celebrity he thinks he should be.......rot in jail you scumbag!
After following the trial and conviction of this man I for one was quite happy to read that he is suffering in prison.....it's no more than he deserves, a spoilt brat who still thinks he can get away with murder and is appealing his conviction as obviously he is deluded enough o think if he sticks to his story of him accidentally killing that girl we might all feel sorry for him and let him out so he can become the celebrity he thinks he should be.......rot in jail you scumbag! wilkiemini
  • Score: 3

2:04pm Wed 23 Jan 13

guisselle says...

Yes if you google " Relational Harm"
there is a very good site that gives
information about psychopaths and
sociopaths. It also can affect men of
course!
Yes if you google " Relational Harm" there is a very good site that gives information about psychopaths and sociopaths. It also can affect men of course! guisselle
  • Score: 2

2:20pm Wed 23 Jan 13

mikeba says...

We wouldn`t have this problem if we still had the death penalty .. with the sentence being carried out swiftly .. no long winded appeals here, there and everywhere
We wouldn`t have this problem if we still had the death penalty .. with the sentence being carried out swiftly .. no long winded appeals here, there and everywhere mikeba
  • Score: 3

2:47pm Wed 23 Jan 13

boblister says...

Sadly, these things happen in prison.

Shows there is some justice.

I dont condone him being victimised, but lovely Emily has no choice now.

Evil spoilt Eliott, do i blame the parents?
Sadly, these things happen in prison. Shows there is some justice. I dont condone him being victimised, but lovely Emily has no choice now. Evil spoilt Eliott, do i blame the parents? boblister
  • Score: 0

2:48pm Wed 23 Jan 13

boblister says...

Sadly, these things happen in prison.

Shows there is some justice.

I dont condone him being victimised, but lovely Emily has no choice now.

Evil spoilt Eliott, do i blame the parents?
Sadly, these things happen in prison. Shows there is some justice. I dont condone him being victimised, but lovely Emily has no choice now. Evil spoilt Eliott, do i blame the parents? boblister
  • Score: 0

2:49pm Wed 23 Jan 13

boblister says...

Sadly, these things happen in prison.

Shows there is some justice.

I dont condone him being victimised, but lovely Emily has no choice now.

Evil spoilt Eliott, do i blame the parents?
Sadly, these things happen in prison. Shows there is some justice. I dont condone him being victimised, but lovely Emily has no choice now. Evil spoilt Eliott, do i blame the parents? boblister
  • Score: 0

3:09pm Wed 23 Jan 13

HRH of Boscombe says...

mikeba wrote:
We wouldn`t have this problem if we still had the death penalty .. with the sentence being carried out swiftly .. no long winded appeals here, there and everywhere
Yeah don't worry about people innocently convicted only to prove their innocence on later evidence.
[quote][p][bold]mikeba[/bold] wrote: We wouldn`t have this problem if we still had the death penalty .. with the sentence being carried out swiftly .. no long winded appeals here, there and everywhere[/p][/quote]Yeah don't worry about people innocently convicted only to prove their innocence on later evidence. HRH of Boscombe
  • Score: 0

3:22pm Wed 23 Jan 13

exocet says...

Couldn't have happened to a nicer chap.The pathetic waste of skin and oxygen.
Couldn't have happened to a nicer chap.The pathetic waste of skin and oxygen. exocet
  • Score: 4

3:23pm Wed 23 Jan 13

guisselle says...

Too young and beautiful to die what a
waste of a life, sorry for her parents!
Too young and beautiful to die what a waste of a life, sorry for her parents! guisselle
  • Score: 4

4:14pm Wed 23 Jan 13

Upkeep says...

He will have to call up on his friends to help him out.

"The Firm" they liked to call themselves wasnt it.

I bet his fellow prisoners are jobbing themselves now.
He will have to call up on his friends to help him out. "The Firm" they liked to call themselves wasnt it. I bet his fellow prisoners are jobbing themselves now. Upkeep
  • Score: 1

4:21pm Wed 23 Jan 13

O'Reilly says...

Let us hope he is sharing a cell with 'Bubba'.
Let us hope he is sharing a cell with 'Bubba'. O'Reilly
  • Score: 1

4:27pm Wed 23 Jan 13

High Treason says...

Lord Spring wrote:
High Treason wrote:
Oh deary me. never mind, a nice hot shower will soothe his aches and pains but be careful not to drop the soap.
You beat me to it.
What the soap?
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: Oh deary me. never mind, a nice hot shower will soothe his aches and pains but be careful not to drop the soap.[/p][/quote]You beat me to it.[/p][/quote]What the soap? High Treason
  • Score: 0

6:44pm Wed 23 Jan 13

mattys says...

High Treason wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
High Treason wrote:
Oh deary me. never mind, a nice hot shower will soothe his aches and pains but be careful not to drop the soap.
You beat me to it.
What the soap?
Hahaha.

On the real though, apparently prison rape is extremely rare in the UK. Not to say that I don't hope this little **** is one of the lucky few to be on the receiving end of it.
[quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]High Treason[/bold] wrote: Oh deary me. never mind, a nice hot shower will soothe his aches and pains but be careful not to drop the soap.[/p][/quote]You beat me to it.[/p][/quote]What the soap?[/p][/quote]Hahaha. On the real though, apparently prison rape is extremely rare in the UK. Not to say that I don't hope this little **** is one of the lucky few to be on the receiving end of it. mattys
  • Score: 1

6:49pm Wed 23 Jan 13

bmthlad69 says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
l'anglais wrote:
To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day.

Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning.
I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.
That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.
What?? please feel free to shut up.

This bloke murdered an inocent girl and you are concerned that he is an insecure young man. Your comment must be either a joke or you are a complete muppet.

Personally I think he deserves everything that is given to him.
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]l'anglais[/bold] wrote: To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day. Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning. I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.[/p][/quote]What?? please feel free to shut up. This bloke murdered an inocent girl and you are concerned that he is an insecure young man. Your comment must be either a joke or you are a complete muppet. Personally I think he deserves everything that is given to him. bmthlad69
  • Score: 6

6:50pm Wed 23 Jan 13

Arjay says...

Holes Bay Curve wrote:
Oh dear - a lawsuit by a greedy solicitor would seem to be on the cards as *his* human rights have been breached by the prison service not protecting him (?) - SHAME.
No chance --'human' rights legislation only applies to humans - as in 'homo sapien', not as in 'neanderthal')

(You can check out the eyebrows and forehead in the photo at the top of the page, for confirmation of species identification)
[quote][p][bold]Holes Bay Curve[/bold] wrote: Oh dear - a lawsuit by a greedy solicitor would seem to be on the cards as *his* human rights have been breached by the prison service not protecting him (?) - SHAME.[/p][/quote]No chance --'human' rights legislation only applies to humans - as in 'homo sapien', not as in 'neanderthal') (You can check out the eyebrows and forehead in the photo at the top of the page, for confirmation of species identification) Arjay
  • Score: 0

9:23pm Wed 23 Jan 13

Horridbloke says...

HRH of Boscombe wrote:
'boasting about his wealth'? I've never been to jail but surely that's not a wise thing to do even if you are minted. Funny though in this case.How many people is he going to have to make financial promises to just not get a daily beating?
.
After his and mummy and daddies legal bills he could make a lot of broken promises to people you shouldn't break promises with.
.
For someone who had a nice easy life how much more could you mess it up? Get your parents locked up too? lol
I suspect he's still been talking that way because he doesn't actually know how to do anything else.
[quote][p][bold]HRH of Boscombe[/bold] wrote: 'boasting about his wealth'? I've never been to jail but surely that's not a wise thing to do even if you are minted. Funny though in this case.How many people is he going to have to make financial promises to just not get a daily beating? . After his and mummy and daddies legal bills he could make a lot of broken promises to people you shouldn't break promises with. . For someone who had a nice easy life how much more could you mess it up? Get your parents locked up too? lol[/p][/quote]I suspect he's still been talking that way because he doesn't actually know how to do anything else. Horridbloke
  • Score: 0

9:25pm Wed 23 Jan 13

Bournesouthmouth Downpokes says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
guisselle wrote:
How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
....and men.
I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real...

But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets!
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship.[/p][/quote]....and men.[/p][/quote]I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real... But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets! Bournesouthmouth Downpokes
  • Score: 0

9:26pm Wed 23 Jan 13

Bournesouthmouth Downpokes says...

On a side note, why do so many pretty women fall for such dumb **** scum bag men??? PLEASE answer that one!! Not saying Emily brought this on herself, but purleeeeeze!!!

Let this be a lesson to all women, of course not.
On a side note, why do so many pretty women fall for such dumb **** scum bag men??? PLEASE answer that one!! Not saying Emily brought this on herself, but purleeeeeze!!! Let this be a lesson to all women, of course not. Bournesouthmouth Downpokes
  • Score: 1

9:28pm Wed 23 Jan 13

Bournesouthmouth Downpokes says...

The Liberal wrote:
guisselle wrote:
How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
While I agree with you about domestic violence, Turner is hardly your average wife-beater. IMHO he's a sociopath.
True. You're bang on here
[quote][p][bold]The Liberal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship.[/p][/quote]While I agree with you about domestic violence, Turner is hardly your average wife-beater. IMHO he's a sociopath.[/p][/quote]True. You're bang on here Bournesouthmouth Downpokes
  • Score: 1

9:39pm Wed 23 Jan 13

nermal says...

Killer has miserable time in prison? Isn't that the point?
Killer has miserable time in prison? Isn't that the point? nermal
  • Score: 1

9:50pm Wed 23 Jan 13

BIGTONE says...

Welcome to reality.
The lags will give him a good spanking.
Welcome to reality. The lags will give him a good spanking. BIGTONE
  • Score: 0

9:56pm Wed 23 Jan 13

anton38 says...

i must say this news brought out a smile on my face today!
money doesn't bring happiness in this case just good old fashioned justice...
i must say this news brought out a smile on my face today! money doesn't bring happiness in this case just good old fashioned justice... anton38
  • Score: 2

11:33pm Wed 23 Jan 13

WHYNOT says...

bmthlad69 wrote:
BournemouthMum wrote:
l'anglais wrote:
To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day.

Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning.
I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.
That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.
What?? please feel free to shut up.

This bloke murdered an inocent girl and you are concerned that he is an insecure young man. Your comment must be either a joke or you are a complete muppet.

Personally I think he deserves everything that is given to him.
well said bmthlad69,i hope the scumbag gets his head kicked in every day he spends inside
[quote][p][bold]bmthlad69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]l'anglais[/bold] wrote: To all comments above, I bet your ancestors loved a good hanging back in the day. Ever thought of emigrating to Saudi Arabia and participating in a good old stoning. I here their doing 2 whippings for the price of one a week next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]That's what I thought. How anyone can rejoice in someone else's suffering is beyond me. His attitude is all an act of bravado anyway, inside he is probably a very insecure young man.[/p][/quote]What?? please feel free to shut up. This bloke murdered an inocent girl and you are concerned that he is an insecure young man. Your comment must be either a joke or you are a complete muppet. Personally I think he deserves everything that is given to him.[/p][/quote]well said bmthlad69,i hope the scumbag gets his head kicked in every day he spends inside WHYNOT
  • Score: 1

12:38am Thu 24 Jan 13

gameon says...

BIGTONE wrote:
Welcome to reality.
The lags will give him a good spanking.
Depends where you come from mate we call it the chaps gave him a right tune up and therel be plenty more to come for that flash dog how come the screws allow him to have pictures of Emily on view thats disgusting that the Pr-ck is allowed to glory in that poor girls death very insensitive lets spare some thought for her family how must they feel .
[quote][p][bold]BIGTONE[/bold] wrote: Welcome to reality. The lags will give him a good spanking.[/p][/quote]Depends where you come from mate we call it the chaps gave him a right tune up and therel be plenty more to come for that flash dog how come the screws allow him to have pictures of Emily on view thats disgusting that the Pr-ck is allowed to glory in that poor girls death very insensitive lets spare some thought for her family how must they feel . gameon
  • Score: 2

4:03am Thu 24 Jan 13

guisselle says...

Bournesouthmouth Downpokes wrote:
BournemouthMum wrote:
guisselle wrote:
How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
....and men.
I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real...

But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets!
Got to admit there are a lot of women
who are so opinionated and bolshy it's
scary.
[quote][p][bold]Bournesouthmouth Downpokes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship.[/p][/quote]....and men.[/p][/quote]I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real... But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets![/p][/quote]Got to admit there are a lot of women who are so opinionated and bolshy it's scary. guisselle
  • Score: -1

10:54am Thu 24 Jan 13

WOC says...

guisselle wrote:
Bournesouthmouth Downpokes wrote:
BournemouthMum wrote:
guisselle wrote:
How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
....and men.
I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real...

But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets!
Got to admit there are a lot of women
who are so opinionated and bolshy it's
scary.
So bolshy and opinionated that they deserve to be murdered in cold blood? Get a grip!
[quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bournesouthmouth Downpokes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship.[/p][/quote]....and men.[/p][/quote]I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real... But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets![/p][/quote]Got to admit there are a lot of women who are so opinionated and bolshy it's scary.[/p][/quote]So bolshy and opinionated that they deserve to be murdered in cold blood? Get a grip! WOC
  • Score: 1

12:47pm Thu 24 Jan 13

stevobath says...

BournemouthMum wrote:
guisselle wrote:
How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
....and men.
For once I agree with you....Never thought I'd say that!
[quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship.[/p][/quote]....and men.[/p][/quote]For once I agree with you....Never thought I'd say that! stevobath
  • Score: -1

3:51pm Thu 24 Jan 13

Yankee1 says...

Karma.
Karma. Yankee1
  • Score: 1

4:21pm Thu 24 Jan 13

Bournesouthmouth Downpokes says...

guisselle wrote:
Bournesouthmouth Downpokes wrote:
BournemouthMum wrote:
guisselle wrote:
How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
....and men.
I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real...

But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets!
Got to admit there are a lot of women
who are so opinionated and bolshy it's
scary.
My son was a domestically abused by his wife of 3 years. She was initially what appeared a very charming lovely lady until her true colours came out. A true sociopath.

I agree there are far more worse men out there.

Please think before you judge and post comments assuming you know anything about the original poster.

What I can't get my head around is this total waste of space, evil man has a 'fan club' of women?

guisselle I'm not arguing with you.
[quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bournesouthmouth Downpokes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship.[/p][/quote]....and men.[/p][/quote]I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real... But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets![/p][/quote]Got to admit there are a lot of women who are so opinionated and bolshy it's scary.[/p][/quote]My son was a domestically abused by his wife of 3 years. She was initially what appeared a very charming lovely lady until her true colours came out. A true sociopath. I agree there are far more worse men out there. Please think before you judge and post comments assuming you know anything about the original poster. What I can't get my head around is this total waste of space, evil man has a 'fan club' of women? guisselle I'm not arguing with you. Bournesouthmouth Downpokes
  • Score: -1

4:40pm Thu 24 Jan 13

The Renegade Master says...

Bring back the death penalty. This evil piece of human waste should not be alive to brag to his fellow inmates about anything.
Bring back the death penalty. This evil piece of human waste should not be alive to brag to his fellow inmates about anything. The Renegade Master
  • Score: 1

6:21pm Thu 24 Jan 13

Bournesouthmouth Downpokes says...

The Renegade Master wrote:
Bring back the death penalty. This evil piece of human waste should not be alive to brag to his fellow inmates about anything.
Agreed, but he has nothing to brag about. Digging himself a deeper hole right there!
[quote][p][bold]The Renegade Master[/bold] wrote: Bring back the death penalty. This evil piece of human waste should not be alive to brag to his fellow inmates about anything.[/p][/quote]Agreed, but he has nothing to brag about. Digging himself a deeper hole right there! Bournesouthmouth Downpokes
  • Score: 0

9:37pm Thu 24 Jan 13

GAHmusic says...

Eliott...do go into the garden.
Eliott...do go into the garden. GAHmusic
  • Score: 0

10:25pm Thu 24 Jan 13

wilkiemini says...

GAHmusic wrote:
Eliott...do go into the garden.
Love this quote! Yep go push up daisies you little freak

Lots of love here for you Eliott please read take note and never return here as you certainly are not wanted
[quote][p][bold]GAHmusic[/bold] wrote: Eliott...do go into the garden.[/p][/quote]Love this quote! Yep go push up daisies you little freak Lots of love here for you Eliott please read take note and never return here as you certainly are not wanted wilkiemini
  • Score: 1

6:53am Fri 25 Jan 13

guisselle says...

Bournesouthmouth Downpokes wrote:
guisselle wrote:
Bournesouthmouth Downpokes wrote:
BournemouthMum wrote:
guisselle wrote:
How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
....and men.
I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real...

But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets!
Got to admit there are a lot of women
who are so opinionated and bolshy it's
scary.
My son was a domestically abused by his wife of 3 years. She was initially what appeared a very charming lovely lady until her true colours came out. A true sociopath.

I agree there are far more worse men out there.

Please think before you judge and post comments assuming you know anything about the original poster.

What I can't get my head around is this total waste of space, evil man has a 'fan club' of women?

guisselle I'm not arguing with you.
Sorry to hear about your son, I think
life is more complicated now and
relationships fall apart so easily.
I think Emily was trying to get away
from Elliot and its so sad that he
took her life. I have two daughters and
two sons grown up and would hate anything to happen to them.
[quote][p][bold]Bournesouthmouth Downpokes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bournesouthmouth Downpokes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship.[/p][/quote]....and men.[/p][/quote]I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real... But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets![/p][/quote]Got to admit there are a lot of women who are so opinionated and bolshy it's scary.[/p][/quote]My son was a domestically abused by his wife of 3 years. She was initially what appeared a very charming lovely lady until her true colours came out. A true sociopath. I agree there are far more worse men out there. Please think before you judge and post comments assuming you know anything about the original poster. What I can't get my head around is this total waste of space, evil man has a 'fan club' of women? guisselle I'm not arguing with you.[/p][/quote]Sorry to hear about your son, I think life is more complicated now and relationships fall apart so easily. I think Emily was trying to get away from Elliot and its so sad that he took her life. I have two daughters and two sons grown up and would hate anything to happen to them. guisselle
  • Score: 0

7:04am Fri 25 Jan 13

guisselle says...

WOC wrote:
guisselle wrote:
Bournesouthmouth Downpokes wrote:
BournemouthMum wrote:
guisselle wrote:
How many dysfunctional men out there
who could very easily be where Elliot
is? Domestic violence is a fact of life
for too many women who get caught
in a toxic relationship.
....and men.
I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real...

But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets!
Got to admit there are a lot of women
who are so opinionated and bolshy it's
scary.
So bolshy and opinionated that they deserve to be murdered in cold blood? Get a grip!
WOC I didn't mean Emily I was just
stating a fact about some female's
characters to give a balanced view.
Maybe if Emily had been stronger she
could have got away from Elliot who
knows? Elliot was a control freak and
what make it so sad is her parents were
miles away in New Zealand.
[quote][p][bold]WOC[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bournesouthmouth Downpokes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BournemouthMum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]guisselle[/bold] wrote: How many dysfunctional men out there who could very easily be where Elliot is? Domestic violence is a fact of life for too many women who get caught in a toxic relationship.[/p][/quote]....and men.[/p][/quote]I agree 100% BournemouthMum, trust me, I know! (Some) Women can be just as bad as some men for real... But hey ho, Elliot deserves everything he gets![/p][/quote]Got to admit there are a lot of women who are so opinionated and bolshy it's scary.[/p][/quote]So bolshy and opinionated that they deserve to be murdered in cold blood? Get a grip![/p][/quote]WOC I didn't mean Emily I was just stating a fact about some female's characters to give a balanced view. Maybe if Emily had been stronger she could have got away from Elliot who knows? Elliot was a control freak and what make it so sad is her parents were miles away in New Zealand. guisselle
  • Score: -1

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