'She was spared jail because she is a woman' - glassing victim's anger after estate agent Yasmin Thomas walks free

'She was spared jail because she is a woman' - glassing victim's anger after estate agent walks free

'She was spared jail because she is a woman' - glassing victim's anger after estate agent walks free

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The latest victim of a 21-year-old estate agent who has notched up a staggering 18 convictions for violence has spoken of his outrage after she was spared a jail sentence.

Ronnie Lee was almost blinded by Yasmin Thomas after she smashed a glass into his face in a vicious, unprovoked nightclub attack.

Mr Lee, 24, needed stitches to patch up a deep gash just millimetres from his left eye following the assault in Bournemouth.

Incredibly, it was Thomas' 18th conviction for assault - but despite her violent history she walked free from court after a judge handed her a suspended prison term.

Mr Lee, a telesales company director, has spoken of his disgust at the leniency of the sentence - and warned that Thomas might someday kill someone if she is not dealt with properly.

He said: "If it was the other way around and I did that to her, I would be going straight to jail.

"Yasmin claimed she had emotional problems in court but no matter what I had said, if the shoe had been on the other foot, they would have given me a ticket to jail.

"What happens next time if she does something and it's life threatening? She could possibly kill someone.

"How can you allow someone to walk the streets and have a normal life when people don't behave like that.

"She's got 18 convictions already, she's a danger to herself and others around her.

"If someone had the amount of convictions she's got I would think for at least one of them there would be a lesson learnt.

"I don't think the justice system has provided a judgement to make an example.

"If she can walk free with 18 convictions what message is that spreading to the rest of the public?"

Mr Lee was with his friend Richard Evans at the Bar So nightclub in Bournemouth town centre in February when the pair were approached by Thomas and her friends.

One of the women took Mr Evans' e-cigarette and threw it to the floor. Thomas, a stranger to the pair, picked it up and handed it to Mr Lee.

She then said: "Are you not going to say thank you? Who do you think you are?" before lunging at him with a glass.

Mr Lee suffered a deep cut close to his left eye which needed four stitches and other smaller cuts to his face. Shards of glass had to be removed from his eye and cheek following the brutal attack.

He added: "My friend Richard Evans and I went out for a drink to celebrate setting up our new business together.

"We had been at Bar So for about an hour. We stepped on the dance floor and the lady in question, Yasmin, was there. I didn't know her at all.

"One of her friends stole Richard's e-cigarette and threw it on the floor.

"Yasmin picked it up and tapped me on the shoulder and gave it to me. I was surprised and handed it back to Richard.

"She then said 'Aren't you gonna say thank you then?' I was confused and didn't say anything.

"She threw a drink on my face first and then smashed the glass on my left eye socket.

"It had only been nine or 10 minutes from being on the dance floor to being in the ambulance.

"A nurse pulled glass out of my cheek and eye and I had four stitches in my eyelid.

"He told me that if it had been a couple of millimetres closer to my eye I would have been blinded - I'd have no sight.

"Since then I've had some anxiety when I go out and I find myself trying to be careful. It's put me on edge."

Thomas, an estate agent at Palmer Snell in the Westbourne area of Bournemouth, pleaded guilty to ABH when she appeared at Bournemouth Crown Court.

Judge John Harrow branded her criminal history "breathtaking" and described it as one of the worst he had ever seen of a woman her age.

But despite that Thomas was not sent to jail, instead being handed a 12 month sentence suspended for two years and 80 hours of community service.

She was also told to pay Mr Lee £1,000 in compensation and a £100 victim surcharge.

Sentencing her, Judge Harrow said: "You have a breathtaking record of violence, one of the worst I have ever seen from anyone your age.

"It is not without a lot of hesitation and some reservations, I must confess, that I'm going to suspend that 12 month sentence for two years.

"Any offence at all will be sent back to this court and you will go straight down those steps to prison for at least 12 months."

Tobias Ellwood, MP for Bournemouth East, slammed the sentence and said he would be urging the Attorney General to review it.

He said: "This is a truly shocking case of violence in Bournemouth. Not only was this a repeat offence, but the victim was so badly hurt that shards of glass had to be removed from his eye afterwards.

"It is worrying that criminals with a violent history of this nature are let off with just community service and a 12 month suspended sentence, when their record demonstrates that they are repeat, violent offenders.

"This is now the third case of this nature that I have seen in Bournemouth in recent months, so I will now be seeking a meeting with the Attorney General to discuss these particular cases and to ask whether changes to the law are necessary to ensure that cases of this kind do not occur again in the future."

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10:24am Mon 18 Aug 14

Arjay says...

Drivers get offered 'awareness' courses, and there are options for people with 'anger management' problems.
I think it's time that the powers that be extended this type of program to include a compulsory judges 'Comprehension of the Real World' course.

Locally, Judge Harrow and Judge Wiggs most certainly seem to be in need of such education.....
Drivers get offered 'awareness' courses, and there are options for people with 'anger management' problems. I think it's time that the powers that be extended this type of program to include a compulsory judges 'Comprehension of the Real World' course. Locally, Judge Harrow and Judge Wiggs most certainly seem to be in need of such education..... Arjay
  • Score: 110

10:25am Mon 18 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

Still astounded by this. It sends a shockingly bad message to youngsters out there who will think they can get away with an attack like this. There is surely a lack of consistency here or maybe not as she seems to get away with it each time. Madness.
Still astounded by this. It sends a shockingly bad message to youngsters out there who will think they can get away with an attack like this. There is surely a lack of consistency here or maybe not as she seems to get away with it each time. Madness. bogtrotter
  • Score: 144

10:51am Mon 18 Aug 14

master plan says...

Something seriously wrong with judges in the uk. This woman needs locking up!!
Seems that everyone nowadays is using the mental well being, drugs, alcohol or emotional issues to get lighter sentences.
Something seriously wrong with judges in the uk. This woman needs locking up!! Seems that everyone nowadays is using the mental well being, drugs, alcohol or emotional issues to get lighter sentences. master plan
  • Score: 136

10:51am Mon 18 Aug 14

High Treason says...

£1000 is peanuts for compensation and she should pay the full costs of the police and prosecution along with the NHS bill.
£1000 is peanuts for compensation and she should pay the full costs of the police and prosecution along with the NHS bill. High Treason
  • Score: 134

11:02am Mon 18 Aug 14

mudeford7 says...

I hope the company who employs her give her cards ,And the courts get her sent to Broadmoor. People seemed to get more penalties for not buying a train ticket
I hope the company who employs her give her cards ,And the courts get her sent to Broadmoor. People seemed to get more penalties for not buying a train ticket mudeford7
  • Score: 137

11:02am Mon 18 Aug 14

bobskin123 says...

Lock the loon up
Lock the loon up bobskin123
  • Score: 93

11:06am Mon 18 Aug 14

muscliffman says...

One part of British life where equality between the sexes has yet to even begin to surface is clearly in our Courts. Nearly daily we read cases where the sentence passed down is blatantly far lighter because the convicted individual is female rather than male.

Had this convicted criminal been a man he would not have gone to jail on this occasion because quite simply after seventeen previous violent offences, he would already certainly have been well and truly locked away in there!

A disgrace.
One part of British life where equality between the sexes has yet to even begin to surface is clearly in our Courts. Nearly daily we read cases where the sentence passed down is blatantly far lighter because the convicted individual is female rather than male. Had this convicted criminal been a man he would not have gone to jail on this occasion because quite simply after seventeen previous violent offences, he would already certainly have been well and truly locked away in there! A disgrace. muscliffman
  • Score: 109

11:07am Mon 18 Aug 14

jill M says...

I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing! jill M
  • Score: 152

11:14am Mon 18 Aug 14

Blossom8 says...

Lock her up ASAP this is a very dangerous person she should be sacked too, bringing Palmer Snell business in to disrepute. The young man should sue her for the trauma she caused him and proper compensation this guy deserves. In fact I hope she is banned from the pubs and night clubs in and around town too. You don't expect a women to be this violent which is even more of a danger to her victims. A thug without a doubt.
Lock her up ASAP this is a very dangerous person she should be sacked too, bringing Palmer Snell business in to disrepute. The young man should sue her for the trauma she caused him and proper compensation this guy deserves. In fact I hope she is banned from the pubs and night clubs in and around town too. You don't expect a women to be this violent which is even more of a danger to her victims. A thug without a doubt. Blossom8
  • Score: 107

11:17am Mon 18 Aug 14

BmthNewshound says...

"Judge John Harrow branded her criminal history "breathtaking" and described it as one of the worst he had ever seen of a woman her age."
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What is truly breathtaking is the fact Judge John Harrow showed such a complete lack of judgment and allowed this woman to continue walking the streets posing a real danger to the public.
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Perhaps local pubs and clubs could issue a ban preventing this woman from entering their establishments.
"Judge John Harrow branded her criminal history "breathtaking" and described it as one of the worst he had ever seen of a woman her age." . What is truly breathtaking is the fact Judge John Harrow showed such a complete lack of judgment and allowed this woman to continue walking the streets posing a real danger to the public. . Perhaps local pubs and clubs could issue a ban preventing this woman from entering their establishments. BmthNewshound
  • Score: 105

11:22am Mon 18 Aug 14

Wackerone says...

jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
Probably only violent with drink, doubt if she drinks at work. Still no excuse for violent behaviour of that level. Also wonder if she disclosed her convictions at interview?
[quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]Probably only violent with drink, doubt if she drinks at work. Still no excuse for violent behaviour of that level. Also wonder if she disclosed her convictions at interview? Wackerone
  • Score: 29

11:23am Mon 18 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

He is right, if it had been the other way round he would have gone to prison and there can be no doubt about that.
He is right, if it had been the other way round he would have gone to prison and there can be no doubt about that. Marty Caine
  • Score: 78

11:24am Mon 18 Aug 14

muscliffman says...

jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
I believe it was mentioned in a previous thread on this subject that the woman concerned is quite rightly a 'former' estate agent. Perhaps someone can confirm?
[quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]I believe it was mentioned in a previous thread on this subject that the woman concerned is quite rightly a 'former' estate agent. Perhaps someone can confirm? muscliffman
  • Score: 34

11:25am Mon 18 Aug 14

BIGTONE says...

Civil action with costs applied.

Get her banged up that way.
Civil action with costs applied. Get her banged up that way. BIGTONE
  • Score: 48

11:39am Mon 18 Aug 14

JemBmth says...

This has been in the press all weekend. No, the punishment doesn't seem fair but how much attention does he want?
This has been in the press all weekend. No, the punishment doesn't seem fair but how much attention does he want? JemBmth
  • Score: -104

11:42am Mon 18 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.
[quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case. bogtrotter
  • Score: 32

11:51am Mon 18 Aug 14

rozmister says...

Wackerone wrote:
jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
Probably only violent with drink, doubt if she drinks at work. Still no excuse for violent behaviour of that level. Also wonder if she disclosed her convictions at interview?
She wouldn't have been obliged to disclose her convictions at interview. All occurred before she was 18 and so the time period until they became 'spent' would have been halved. A non-prison sentence normally carries a five year rehabilitation period which would be 2.5 years for a minor.

Also working in an estate agents isn't a position where you have a DBS check so they would never have looked into her criminal background in depth.
[quote][p][bold]Wackerone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]Probably only violent with drink, doubt if she drinks at work. Still no excuse for violent behaviour of that level. Also wonder if she disclosed her convictions at interview?[/p][/quote]She wouldn't have been obliged to disclose her convictions at interview. All occurred before she was 18 and so the time period until they became 'spent' would have been halved. A non-prison sentence normally carries a five year rehabilitation period which would be 2.5 years for a minor. Also working in an estate agents isn't a position where you have a DBS check so they would never have looked into her criminal background in depth. rozmister
  • Score: 9

11:53am Mon 18 Aug 14

bobthedestroyer says...

JemBmth wrote:
This has been in the press all weekend. No, the punishment doesn't seem fair but how much attention does he want?
I think he wants justice not attention.
[quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: This has been in the press all weekend. No, the punishment doesn't seem fair but how much attention does he want?[/p][/quote]I think he wants justice not attention. bobthedestroyer
  • Score: 112

12:09pm Mon 18 Aug 14

JemBmth says...

bobthedestroyer wrote:
JemBmth wrote:
This has been in the press all weekend. No, the punishment doesn't seem fair but how much attention does he want?
I think he wants justice not attention.
There are right ways to appeal without talking to the national press and losing your dignity. Yes, I know the culprit didn't have much either.
[quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]JemBmth[/bold] wrote: This has been in the press all weekend. No, the punishment doesn't seem fair but how much attention does he want?[/p][/quote]I think he wants justice not attention.[/p][/quote]There are right ways to appeal without talking to the national press and losing your dignity. Yes, I know the culprit didn't have much either. JemBmth
  • Score: -89

12:09pm Mon 18 Aug 14

muscliffman says...

bogtrotter wrote:
jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.
How?

If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country?

Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.[/p][/quote]How? If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country? Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems. muscliffman
  • Score: 14

12:19pm Mon 18 Aug 14

djd says...

The judiciary is under pressure from the Government NOT to send people to prison because the prison system is already overloaded.
That is no excuse, the prison system should be upgraded to deal with these lunatics.
Make the punishment fit the crime.
The judiciary is under pressure from the Government NOT to send people to prison because the prison system is already overloaded. That is no excuse, the prison system should be upgraded to deal with these lunatics. Make the punishment fit the crime. djd
  • Score: 39

12:20pm Mon 18 Aug 14

VeronikaJolova says...

Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks
Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks VeronikaJolova
  • Score: -219

12:25pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Bryan72 says...

Get over it mate , just a little graze.
Get over it mate , just a little graze. Bryan72
  • Score: -146

12:25pm Mon 18 Aug 14

The Barrel says...

I have every sympathy for this poor guy. The British "justice" system is "The Pits". I knew an innocent man who was beaten to a near pulp, in a coma for 3 months, injuries too numerous to mention, and traumatised and off work for 18 mths, and left with physical injuries for life. This man was an entirely innocent member of public going about his everyday work in broad daylight. The "thugs" involved were all in their teens ad all with previous criminal records for violence and GBH. All 4 were let off by the Crown Prosecution Service, as "persistent offenders" who they would not waste taxpayers money on by sending them to jail, as they would never change, and would just come out and do it again anyway!!! 10 mths later, one of them went on to Murder a 34yr old guy innocently walking home. We maintained that if they had sent them down when they had almost killed the other poor man, then this 2nd young father may still be alive today. God rest his soul.
I have every sympathy for this poor guy. The British "justice" system is "The Pits". I knew an innocent man who was beaten to a near pulp, in a coma for 3 months, injuries too numerous to mention, and traumatised and off work for 18 mths, and left with physical injuries for life. This man was an entirely innocent member of public going about his everyday work in broad daylight. The "thugs" involved were all in their teens ad all with previous criminal records for violence and GBH. All 4 were let off by the Crown Prosecution Service, as "persistent offenders" who they would not waste taxpayers money on by sending them to jail, as they would never change, and would just come out and do it again anyway!!! 10 mths later, one of them went on to Murder a 34yr old guy innocently walking home. We maintained that if they had sent them down when they had almost killed the other poor man, then this 2nd young father may still be alive today. God rest his soul. The Barrel
  • Score: 48

12:30pm Mon 18 Aug 14

PollySands says...

Veronika is right
Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong
But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"
Veronika is right Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS" PollySands
  • Score: -187

12:31pm Mon 18 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

muscliffman wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.
How?

If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country?

Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.
If I was in a senior position at Palmer Snell, I would be doing whatever it takes as their name has been severely tarnished by this. I would suggest something as basic as a google search would've worked in this young lady's case.
[quote][p][bold]muscliffman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.[/p][/quote]How? If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country? Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.[/p][/quote]If I was in a senior position at Palmer Snell, I would be doing whatever it takes as their name has been severely tarnished by this. I would suggest something as basic as a google search would've worked in this young lady's case. bogtrotter
  • Score: 28

12:31pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Townee says...

If the prison system is full then we should start sending foreign criminal back to their home country to serve their sentence. We now have two drug mules being sent back to the UK to serve their sentence so what good for one country should be good for ours.
Then we might have space for this type of criminal.
If the prison system is full then we should start sending foreign criminal back to their home country to serve their sentence. We now have two drug mules being sent back to the UK to serve their sentence so what good for one country should be good for ours. Then we might have space for this type of criminal. Townee
  • Score: 44

12:32pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Lord Parkstone says...

The legal system here is so antiquated its a farce. So much for sexual equality. He is totally right she has been spared jail because she is female. Had it been a bloke he would never have been given so many chances. Its true what the say the law is an a*s.
Unbelievable that this woman is still working in a public facing role.
The legal system here is so antiquated its a farce. So much for sexual equality. He is totally right she has been spared jail because she is female. Had it been a bloke he would never have been given so many chances. Its true what the say the law is an a*s. Unbelievable that this woman is still working in a public facing role. Lord Parkstone
  • Score: 48

12:36pm Mon 18 Aug 14

The Barrel says...

If you think that this Pollysands Yasmin is a lovely friendly helpful girl Pollysands and Veronikajolova, then you seriously ought to rethink your friends status, unless you are all of the same character and therefore think you're "cool". Saddo's. If someone can do the crime, then someone should do the time. you two need to take a long serious hard look at wo you want to call friends.
If you think that this Pollysands Yasmin is a lovely friendly helpful girl Pollysands and Veronikajolova, then you seriously ought to rethink your friends status, unless you are all of the same character and therefore think you're "cool". Saddo's. If someone can do the crime, then someone should do the time. you two need to take a long serious hard look at wo you want to call friends. The Barrel
  • Score: 89

12:42pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Bob Bournemouth says...

I wouldn't want her showing me round a property - if I said something to upset her she would probably hit me. Palmer Snell should sack her if they haven't already. There is no excuse for what she did and bearing in mind her previous record she should definitely have been jailed to teach her a lesson.
I wouldn't want her showing me round a property - if I said something to upset her she would probably hit me. Palmer Snell should sack her if they haven't already. There is no excuse for what she did and bearing in mind her previous record she should definitely have been jailed to teach her a lesson. Bob Bournemouth
  • Score: 29

12:43pm Mon 18 Aug 14

speedy231278 says...

PollySands wrote:
Veronika is right
Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong
But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"
I think the word freak is mostly applicable to someone with almost as many assault convictions as years of age. Or, more accurately cretin, waster, scumbag, loser, mindless, pathetic, pitiful, weasely, pointless, vile, repulsive, vindictive. And that's being kind and polite!
[quote][p][bold]PollySands[/bold] wrote: Veronika is right Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"[/p][/quote]I think the word freak is mostly applicable to someone with almost as many assault convictions as years of age. Or, more accurately cretin, waster, scumbag, loser, mindless, pathetic, pitiful, weasely, pointless, vile, repulsive, vindictive. And that's being kind and polite! speedy231278
  • Score: 74

12:45pm Mon 18 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

VeronikaJolova wrote:
Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks
She sounds lovely, glassing people in the face is often a lovely act. How exactly has she 'paid for it'? Are you talking about the £1000 in charges? Have a word with yourself love.
[quote][p][bold]VeronikaJolova[/bold] wrote: Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks[/p][/quote]She sounds lovely, glassing people in the face is often a lovely act. How exactly has she 'paid for it'? Are you talking about the £1000 in charges? Have a word with yourself love. bogtrotter
  • Score: 76

12:50pm Mon 18 Aug 14

JackJohnson says...

She's had more than her fair share of 'second' chances. She's proved, beyond doubt, that she's not fit to live in a civilised society. Lock her up and throw the key away.
She's had more than her fair share of 'second' chances. She's proved, beyond doubt, that she's not fit to live in a civilised society. Lock her up and throw the key away. JackJohnson
  • Score: 49

12:59pm Mon 18 Aug 14

bosco1 says...

Will this womans supporters on here be saying the same if she, her friends or family were attacked in a bar for no apparent reason.? !!
Will this womans supporters on here be saying the same if she, her friends or family were attacked in a bar for no apparent reason.? !! bosco1
  • Score: 58

1:06pm Mon 18 Aug 14

user_name says...

VeronikaJolova wrote:
Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks
If self righteous means that I think it's wrong to be a nasty thug like your 'lovely' friend Yasmin then I'm fine with that.
[quote][p][bold]VeronikaJolova[/bold] wrote: Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks[/p][/quote]If self righteous means that I think it's wrong to be a nasty thug like your 'lovely' friend Yasmin then I'm fine with that. user_name
  • Score: 41

1:09pm Mon 18 Aug 14

muscliffman says...

bogtrotter wrote:
muscliffman wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.
How?

If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country?

Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.
If I was in a senior position at Palmer Snell, I would be doing whatever it takes as their name has been severely tarnished by this. I would suggest something as basic as a google search would've worked in this young lady's case.
And if for obvious reasons a job applicant is now using a name different to the one they were convicted under - in my experience far more common than many people would think.

In any case for some time people have been able to instruct Google to delete information which may incriminate or disadvantage them, so a Google search in these sort of situations nowadays even under the original name probably won't pick up anything.
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muscliffman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.[/p][/quote]How? If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country? Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.[/p][/quote]If I was in a senior position at Palmer Snell, I would be doing whatever it takes as their name has been severely tarnished by this. I would suggest something as basic as a google search would've worked in this young lady's case.[/p][/quote]And if for obvious reasons a job applicant is now using a name different to the one they were convicted under - in my experience far more common than many people would think. In any case for some time people have been able to instruct Google to delete information which may incriminate or disadvantage them, so a Google search in these sort of situations nowadays even under the original name probably won't pick up anything. muscliffman
  • Score: 5

1:10pm Mon 18 Aug 14

penny1966 says...

None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone
None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone penny1966
  • Score: -113

1:15pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Lisa692 says...

What has happened to this young man is terrible, but what he, the Echo and all the other newspaper reports have failed to mention is , he DROPPED the charges. Make that of what you will, but suffice to say when the police had been trying to contact him, on several occasions, to find out about his injuries he didn't even respond because he just wanted everyone to get on with their lives.
What has happened to this young man is terrible, but what he, the Echo and all the other newspaper reports have failed to mention is , he DROPPED the charges. Make that of what you will, but suffice to say when the police had been trying to contact him, on several occasions, to find out about his injuries he didn't even respond because he just wanted everyone to get on with their lives. Lisa692
  • Score: -64

1:17pm Mon 18 Aug 14

rozmister says...

bogtrotter wrote:
muscliffman wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.
How?

If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country?

Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.
If I was in a senior position at Palmer Snell, I would be doing whatever it takes as their name has been severely tarnished by this. I would suggest something as basic as a google search would've worked in this young lady's case.
Minor's names aren't normally released when they're convicted of a crime, it takes an exceptional case (e.g. murder) for them to be identified so if you were in a senior position at Palmer Snell googling this girl you'd have achieved nothing.

It's not Palmer Snell's fault one of their employees turned out to be a convicted criminal with spent convictions, it's actually pretty common. I worked in a shop where a guy with spent theft convictions was employed. There was nothing on google about his previous crimes and he didn't declare them because he wasn't obliged to, shop work isn't DBS checked either so the first we knew was when he robbed £10k from the till!!
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muscliffman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.[/p][/quote]How? If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country? Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.[/p][/quote]If I was in a senior position at Palmer Snell, I would be doing whatever it takes as their name has been severely tarnished by this. I would suggest something as basic as a google search would've worked in this young lady's case.[/p][/quote]Minor's names aren't normally released when they're convicted of a crime, it takes an exceptional case (e.g. murder) for them to be identified so if you were in a senior position at Palmer Snell googling this girl you'd have achieved nothing. It's not Palmer Snell's fault one of their employees turned out to be a convicted criminal with spent convictions, it's actually pretty common. I worked in a shop where a guy with spent theft convictions was employed. There was nothing on google about his previous crimes and he didn't declare them because he wasn't obliged to, shop work isn't DBS checked either so the first we knew was when he robbed £10k from the till!! rozmister
  • Score: 5

1:20pm Mon 18 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

rozmister wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
muscliffman wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.
How?

If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country?

Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.
If I was in a senior position at Palmer Snell, I would be doing whatever it takes as their name has been severely tarnished by this. I would suggest something as basic as a google search would've worked in this young lady's case.
Minor's names aren't normally released when they're convicted of a crime, it takes an exceptional case (e.g. murder) for them to be identified so if you were in a senior position at Palmer Snell googling this girl you'd have achieved nothing.

It's not Palmer Snell's fault one of their employees turned out to be a convicted criminal with spent convictions, it's actually pretty common. I worked in a shop where a guy with spent theft convictions was employed. There was nothing on google about his previous crimes and he didn't declare them because he wasn't obliged to, shop work isn't DBS checked either so the first we knew was when he robbed £10k from the till!!
That must've been a big till :)
[quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muscliffman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.[/p][/quote]How? If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country? Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.[/p][/quote]If I was in a senior position at Palmer Snell, I would be doing whatever it takes as their name has been severely tarnished by this. I would suggest something as basic as a google search would've worked in this young lady's case.[/p][/quote]Minor's names aren't normally released when they're convicted of a crime, it takes an exceptional case (e.g. murder) for them to be identified so if you were in a senior position at Palmer Snell googling this girl you'd have achieved nothing. It's not Palmer Snell's fault one of their employees turned out to be a convicted criminal with spent convictions, it's actually pretty common. I worked in a shop where a guy with spent theft convictions was employed. There was nothing on google about his previous crimes and he didn't declare them because he wasn't obliged to, shop work isn't DBS checked either so the first we knew was when he robbed £10k from the till!![/p][/quote]That must've been a big till :) bogtrotter
  • Score: 6

1:22pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Neil-Moss says...

This being the same Ronnie Lee who used to run a "dating masterclass" in Bournemouth on Friday nights, preaching the technique that insulting a girl enough to get a slap is good because "any reaction leads to action", it makes a lot more sense that the story behind this attack is not as straightforward as we're being told.

That's no defence for her actions, but he's far from reputable.
This being the same Ronnie Lee who used to run a "dating masterclass" in Bournemouth on Friday nights, preaching the technique that insulting a girl enough to get a slap is good because "any reaction leads to action", it makes a lot more sense that the story behind this attack is not as straightforward as we're being told. That's no defence for her actions, but he's far from reputable. Neil-Moss
  • Score: -11

1:25pm Mon 18 Aug 14

hadvar says...

PollySands wrote:
Veronika is right Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"
Polly and Veronika. Whether you think Yasmin is great really isn't relevant at all here. And yes, we all do things wrong, and we all make mistakes. However, in this society, when the things you do wrong are reapeatedly violent, you should go to prision, and for a very long time. Also, it's for *her* benefit, as well as everyone elses. It would give her a chance to relect, and maybe get the treatment she needs. What if, in her next incident, the victim or the victim's mates retaliate? What if they beat her to death? If the repeatedly violent are at loose, this is what can happen. And it's called anarchy.
[quote][p][bold]PollySands[/bold] wrote: Veronika is right Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"[/p][/quote]Polly and Veronika. Whether you think Yasmin is great really isn't relevant at all here. And yes, we all do things wrong, and we all make mistakes. However, in this society, when the things you do wrong are reapeatedly violent, you should go to prision, and for a very long time. Also, it's for *her* benefit, as well as everyone elses. It would give her a chance to relect, and maybe get the treatment she needs. What if, in her next incident, the victim or the victim's mates retaliate? What if they beat her to death? If the repeatedly violent are at loose, this is what can happen. And it's called anarchy. hadvar
  • Score: 32

1:30pm Mon 18 Aug 14

TheDevilYouKnow says...

She's an estate agent? Who does she work for? I certainly wouldn't want to be shown around a property by a loon like this! As for letting her into my home to carry out a valuation? Jog on!
She's an estate agent? Who does she work for? I certainly wouldn't want to be shown around a property by a loon like this! As for letting her into my home to carry out a valuation? Jog on! TheDevilYouKnow
  • Score: 10

1:36pm Mon 18 Aug 14

rozmister says...

bogtrotter wrote:
rozmister wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
muscliffman wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.
How?

If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country?

Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.
If I was in a senior position at Palmer Snell, I would be doing whatever it takes as their name has been severely tarnished by this. I would suggest something as basic as a google search would've worked in this young lady's case.
Minor's names aren't normally released when they're convicted of a crime, it takes an exceptional case (e.g. murder) for them to be identified so if you were in a senior position at Palmer Snell googling this girl you'd have achieved nothing.

It's not Palmer Snell's fault one of their employees turned out to be a convicted criminal with spent convictions, it's actually pretty common. I worked in a shop where a guy with spent theft convictions was employed. There was nothing on google about his previous crimes and he didn't declare them because he wasn't obliged to, shop work isn't DBS checked either so the first we knew was when he robbed £10k from the till!!
That must've been a big till :)
It was a big shop so it was 5 or 6 tills systematically over a few days (he held a managerial position rather than a standard shop assistant position so he was expected to count & check money) - he got community service and a fine!
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muscliffman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]It should certainly send a message to all local business to improve their vetting and due diligence on potential employees. They surely didn't do much in this case.[/p][/quote]How? If the applicant just 'chooses' not to tell the prospective employer, if the post does not require a (far from perfect) UK CRB check, if the conviction has not yet happened, if the offences are legally 'spent' or indeed occurred anywhere other than in this Country? Criminals are not usually known for their integrity, this not as simple as it seems.[/p][/quote]If I was in a senior position at Palmer Snell, I would be doing whatever it takes as their name has been severely tarnished by this. I would suggest something as basic as a google search would've worked in this young lady's case.[/p][/quote]Minor's names aren't normally released when they're convicted of a crime, it takes an exceptional case (e.g. murder) for them to be identified so if you were in a senior position at Palmer Snell googling this girl you'd have achieved nothing. It's not Palmer Snell's fault one of their employees turned out to be a convicted criminal with spent convictions, it's actually pretty common. I worked in a shop where a guy with spent theft convictions was employed. There was nothing on google about his previous crimes and he didn't declare them because he wasn't obliged to, shop work isn't DBS checked either so the first we knew was when he robbed £10k from the till!![/p][/quote]That must've been a big till :)[/p][/quote]It was a big shop so it was 5 or 6 tills systematically over a few days (he held a managerial position rather than a standard shop assistant position so he was expected to count & check money) - he got community service and a fine! rozmister
  • Score: -4

1:42pm Mon 18 Aug 14

penny1966 says...

Neil-Moss wrote:
This being the same Ronnie Lee who used to run a "dating masterclass" in Bournemouth on Friday nights, preaching the technique that insulting a girl enough to get a slap is good because "any reaction leads to action", it makes a lot more sense that the story behind this attack is not as straightforward as we're being told.

That's no defence for her actions, but he's far from reputable.
Agree with 100%
[quote][p][bold]Neil-Moss[/bold] wrote: This being the same Ronnie Lee who used to run a "dating masterclass" in Bournemouth on Friday nights, preaching the technique that insulting a girl enough to get a slap is good because "any reaction leads to action", it makes a lot more sense that the story behind this attack is not as straightforward as we're being told. That's no defence for her actions, but he's far from reputable.[/p][/quote]Agree with 100% penny1966
  • Score: -23

1:48pm Mon 18 Aug 14

penny1966 says...

penny1966 wrote:
eaststandman wrote:
penny1966 wrote:
None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone
We don't KNOW the truth and you don't KNOW the English language.

Enough said ?
Agree with 100%
You are just a twit
[quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eaststandman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone[/p][/quote]We don't KNOW the truth and you don't KNOW the English language. Enough said ?[/p][/quote]Agree with 100%[/p][/quote]You are just a twit penny1966
  • Score: -24

1:48pm Mon 18 Aug 14

penny1966 says...

penny1966 wrote:
eaststandman wrote:
penny1966 wrote:
None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone
We don't KNOW the truth and you don't KNOW the English language.

Enough said ?
Agree with 100%
You are just a twit
[quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eaststandman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone[/p][/quote]We don't KNOW the truth and you don't KNOW the English language. Enough said ?[/p][/quote]Agree with 100%[/p][/quote]You are just a twit penny1966
  • Score: -29

1:52pm Mon 18 Aug 14

mileyrobson1 says...

You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh
You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh mileyrobson1
  • Score: -92

2:01pm Mon 18 Aug 14

burgerboy says...

PollySands wrote:
Veronika is right
Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong
But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"
Lisa692, Penny1966, Veronika Jolova, Polly Sands, and Yasmin Thomas.
It seems the only one missing is Vicky Pollard from Little Britain......
The less intelligent even used their proper names as passwords to log in to this site..
[quote][p][bold]PollySands[/bold] wrote: Veronika is right Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"[/p][/quote]Lisa692, Penny1966, Veronika Jolova, Polly Sands, and Yasmin Thomas. It seems the only one missing is Vicky Pollard from Little Britain...... The less intelligent even used their proper names as passwords to log in to this site.. burgerboy
  • Score: 59

2:25pm Mon 18 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

mileyrobson1 wrote:
You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh
Smart and cool? Sounds like it. What a role model for the young professional.
[quote][p][bold]mileyrobson1[/bold] wrote: You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh[/p][/quote]Smart and cool? Sounds like it. What a role model for the young professional. bogtrotter
  • Score: 38

3:04pm Mon 18 Aug 14

HRH of Boscombe says...

bogtrotter wrote:
Still astounded by this. It sends a shockingly bad message to youngsters out there who will think they can get away with an attack like this. There is surely a lack of consistency here or maybe not as she seems to get away with it each time. Madness.
Exactly judges are encouraging violence with sentences like this.
.
Anyway 18 convictions for assault?! This animal should be put down or put in a zoo
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Still astounded by this. It sends a shockingly bad message to youngsters out there who will think they can get away with an attack like this. There is surely a lack of consistency here or maybe not as she seems to get away with it each time. Madness.[/p][/quote]Exactly judges are encouraging violence with sentences like this. . Anyway 18 convictions for assault?! This animal should be put down or put in a zoo HRH of Boscombe
  • Score: 23

3:04pm Mon 18 Aug 14

HRH of Boscombe says...

bogtrotter wrote:
Still astounded by this. It sends a shockingly bad message to youngsters out there who will think they can get away with an attack like this. There is surely a lack of consistency here or maybe not as she seems to get away with it each time. Madness.
Exactly judges are encouraging violence with sentences like this.
.
Anyway 18 convictions for assault?! This animal should be put down or put in a zoo
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Still astounded by this. It sends a shockingly bad message to youngsters out there who will think they can get away with an attack like this. There is surely a lack of consistency here or maybe not as she seems to get away with it each time. Madness.[/p][/quote]Exactly judges are encouraging violence with sentences like this. . Anyway 18 convictions for assault?! This animal should be put down or put in a zoo HRH of Boscombe
  • Score: 20

3:04pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Understated says...

penny1966 wrote:
penny1966 wrote:
eaststandman wrote:
penny1966 wrote:
None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone
We don't KNOW the truth and you don't KNOW the English language.

Enough said ?
Agree with 100%
You are just a twit
you just called yourself a twit.

are the darwin awards being held soon or something?

actions speak louder. this woman may be a nice person until she freaks out and glasses someone in the face. she needs to own up to her mistakes, she needs to take responsibility for her own actions. he didnt glass her. the evidence shows her attacking him, even if words were exchanged, glassing someone is not the answer. and with her history in question, it would point to her being the aggressor here.

nice or not. she is unstable. she needs help. if you are a true friend you would make sure that happens, but no, you come on here and call everyone else freaks because that serves a much better purpose than actually doing something.
[quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eaststandman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone[/p][/quote]We don't KNOW the truth and you don't KNOW the English language. Enough said ?[/p][/quote]Agree with 100%[/p][/quote]You are just a twit[/p][/quote]you just called yourself a twit. are the darwin awards being held soon or something? actions speak louder. this woman may be a nice person until she freaks out and glasses someone in the face. she needs to own up to her mistakes, she needs to take responsibility for her own actions. he didnt glass her. the evidence shows her attacking him, even if words were exchanged, glassing someone is not the answer. and with her history in question, it would point to her being the aggressor here. nice or not. she is unstable. she needs help. if you are a true friend you would make sure that happens, but no, you come on here and call everyone else freaks because that serves a much better purpose than actually doing something. Understated
  • Score: 35

3:24pm Mon 18 Aug 14

ekimnoslen says...

bogtrotter wrote:
Still astounded by this. It sends a shockingly bad message to youngsters out there who will think they can get away with an attack like this. There is surely a lack of consistency here or maybe not as she seems to get away with it each time. Madness.
It would seem that the case for the election of judges by by the public grows stronger by the day.
Alternatively the actual sentencing, awarding of damages etc should be undertaken not by judges by by panels of intelligent people who are interested in justice and not merely the application of the law.
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Still astounded by this. It sends a shockingly bad message to youngsters out there who will think they can get away with an attack like this. There is surely a lack of consistency here or maybe not as she seems to get away with it each time. Madness.[/p][/quote]It would seem that the case for the election of judges by by the public grows stronger by the day. Alternatively the actual sentencing, awarding of damages etc should be undertaken not by judges by by panels of intelligent people who are interested in justice and not merely the application of the law. ekimnoslen
  • Score: 10

3:27pm Mon 18 Aug 14

SeafaringMan says...

jill M wrote:
I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing!
Would you buy a used house from this woman?
[quote][p][bold]jill M[/bold] wrote: I think Palmer Snell had better have second thoughts about employing this woman- a loose canon if ever there was one, would anyone seriously want to be shown round a property by this person, you d be petrified of saying the wrong thing![/p][/quote]Would you buy a used house from this woman? SeafaringMan
  • Score: 10

3:30pm Mon 18 Aug 14

hadvar says...

mileyrobson1 wrote:
You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh
Oh dear. Where to begin? So people here are 'low lifes', 'bullies' and cowards who 'hide under their beds'. How brave is it to glass someone? Is that the sign of courage? 'Gutless' in my book is trying to blind someone. Are you seriously, I mean, seriously saying that glassing people, and having a list of convictions for violence is 'smart' and 'cool'. As I say, oh dear.
[quote][p][bold]mileyrobson1[/bold] wrote: You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh[/p][/quote]Oh dear. Where to begin? So people here are 'low lifes', 'bullies' and cowards who 'hide under their beds'. How brave is it to glass someone? Is that the sign of courage? 'Gutless' in my book is trying to blind someone. Are you seriously, I mean, seriously saying that glassing people, and having a list of convictions for violence is 'smart' and 'cool'. As I say, oh dear. hadvar
  • Score: 34

3:33pm Mon 18 Aug 14

user_name says...

penny1966 wrote:
None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone
This time or the other 17 times? Perhaps this girl needs to 'lay off' and leave everyone else alone.
[quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone[/p][/quote]This time or the other 17 times? Perhaps this girl needs to 'lay off' and leave everyone else alone. user_name
  • Score: 36

3:39pm Mon 18 Aug 14

speedy231278 says...

penny1966 wrote:
None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone
Coming from someone who doesn't even 'no' how to spell, we'll take that with a pinch of salt.
[quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone[/p][/quote]Coming from someone who doesn't even 'no' how to spell, we'll take that with a pinch of salt. speedy231278
  • Score: 35

4:07pm Mon 18 Aug 14

bobthedestroyer says...

Lisa692 wrote:
What has happened to this young man is terrible, but what he, the Echo and all the other newspaper reports have failed to mention is , he DROPPED the charges. Make that of what you will, but suffice to say when the police had been trying to contact him, on several occasions, to find out about his injuries he didn't even respond because he just wanted everyone to get on with their lives.
If he dropped the charges how did it go to court or did the police bring the prosecution?
[quote][p][bold]Lisa692[/bold] wrote: What has happened to this young man is terrible, but what he, the Echo and all the other newspaper reports have failed to mention is , he DROPPED the charges. Make that of what you will, but suffice to say when the police had been trying to contact him, on several occasions, to find out about his injuries he didn't even respond because he just wanted everyone to get on with their lives.[/p][/quote]If he dropped the charges how did it go to court or did the police bring the prosecution? bobthedestroyer
  • Score: 22

4:08pm Mon 18 Aug 14

gonzo123 says...

Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them
Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them gonzo123
  • Score: 31

4:11pm Mon 18 Aug 14

bobthedestroyer says...

Lisa692 wrote:
What has happened to this young man is terrible, but what he, the Echo and all the other newspaper reports have failed to mention is , he DROPPED the charges. Make that of what you will, but suffice to say when the police had been trying to contact him, on several occasions, to find out about his injuries he didn't even respond because he just wanted everyone to get on with their lives.
If he dropped the charges how did it go to court or did the police bring the prosecution?
[quote][p][bold]Lisa692[/bold] wrote: What has happened to this young man is terrible, but what he, the Echo and all the other newspaper reports have failed to mention is , he DROPPED the charges. Make that of what you will, but suffice to say when the police had been trying to contact him, on several occasions, to find out about his injuries he didn't even respond because he just wanted everyone to get on with their lives.[/p][/quote]If he dropped the charges how did it go to court or did the police bring the prosecution? bobthedestroyer
  • Score: 6

4:12pm Mon 18 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

bobthedestroyer wrote:
Lisa692 wrote:
What has happened to this young man is terrible, but what he, the Echo and all the other newspaper reports have failed to mention is , he DROPPED the charges. Make that of what you will, but suffice to say when the police had been trying to contact him, on several occasions, to find out about his injuries he didn't even respond because he just wanted everyone to get on with their lives.
If he dropped the charges how did it go to court or did the police bring the prosecution?
Exactly and why would he be complaining about the lack of punishment if he'd dropped them, that would be completely contradictory. Maybe he got intimidated by someone else who's smart and cool.
[quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lisa692[/bold] wrote: What has happened to this young man is terrible, but what he, the Echo and all the other newspaper reports have failed to mention is , he DROPPED the charges. Make that of what you will, but suffice to say when the police had been trying to contact him, on several occasions, to find out about his injuries he didn't even respond because he just wanted everyone to get on with their lives.[/p][/quote]If he dropped the charges how did it go to court or did the police bring the prosecution?[/p][/quote]Exactly and why would he be complaining about the lack of punishment if he'd dropped them, that would be completely contradictory. Maybe he got intimidated by someone else who's smart and cool. bogtrotter
  • Score: 10

4:15pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Brock_and_Roll says...

Getting back to the original point, that she was spared jail because she was a woman there does appear to be some evidence that this is true. If you search the web for sentencing reports for glassing attacks, you will see that almost without exception the blokes (and it is usually men) that do this get sent straight down even if first offence.

I will retaliate with a bit of sexism of my own....she is a nasty bit of work, but judging from the pic I reckon she would be a real devil between the sheets!
Getting back to the original point, that she was spared jail because she was a woman there does appear to be some evidence that this is true. If you search the web for sentencing reports for glassing attacks, you will see that almost without exception the blokes (and it is usually men) that do this get sent straight down even if first offence. I will retaliate with a bit of sexism of my own....she is a nasty bit of work, but judging from the pic I reckon she would be a real devil between the sheets! Brock_and_Roll
  • Score: -6

4:23pm Mon 18 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

Brock_and_Roll wrote:
Getting back to the original point, that she was spared jail because she was a woman there does appear to be some evidence that this is true. If you search the web for sentencing reports for glassing attacks, you will see that almost without exception the blokes (and it is usually men) that do this get sent straight down even if first offence.

I will retaliate with a bit of sexism of my own....she is a nasty bit of work, but judging from the pic I reckon she would be a real devil between the sheets!
Probably like Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct :)
[quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: Getting back to the original point, that she was spared jail because she was a woman there does appear to be some evidence that this is true. If you search the web for sentencing reports for glassing attacks, you will see that almost without exception the blokes (and it is usually men) that do this get sent straight down even if first offence. I will retaliate with a bit of sexism of my own....she is a nasty bit of work, but judging from the pic I reckon she would be a real devil between the sheets![/p][/quote]Probably like Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct :) bogtrotter
  • Score: -2

4:27pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Gingertree says...

speedy231278 wrote:
penny1966 wrote:
None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone
Coming from someone who doesn't even 'no' how to spell, we'll take that with a pinch of salt.
Lol quite agree Speedy231278 But she prolly righted it erself innit
[quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone[/p][/quote]Coming from someone who doesn't even 'no' how to spell, we'll take that with a pinch of salt.[/p][/quote]Lol quite agree Speedy231278 But she prolly righted it erself innit Gingertree
  • Score: 7

4:48pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Skyrah says...

mileyrobson1 wrote:
You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh
Sounds like you've got quite a bit of growing up to do. Let me guess, 13 or 14yr old? You need a better role model if you believe this vile and violent woman is "smart and cool"! Regardless of 'problems'.

Don't hang around her learning lessons in life from her (or the other plebs singing her thuggish praises). Get good grades at school and treat everyone differently to the way Yasmin would, then you hopefully won't go wrong. Protect yourself and keep away lest she chose you as her next victim!

I have met and been shown round a property by this woman, and she was polite and courteous. However, I worked with a relative of Fred West once who said 'he's such a fun and charming bloke'. Just because bad or evil people don't act that way all of the time doesn't make them any less abhorrent or dangerous!
[quote][p][bold]mileyrobson1[/bold] wrote: You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh[/p][/quote]Sounds like you've got quite a bit of growing up to do. Let me guess, 13 or 14yr old? You need a better role model if you believe this vile and violent woman is "smart and cool"! Regardless of 'problems'. Don't hang around her learning lessons in life from her (or the other plebs singing her thuggish praises). Get good grades at school and treat everyone differently to the way Yasmin would, then you hopefully won't go wrong. Protect yourself and keep away lest she chose you as her next victim! I have met and been shown round a property by this woman, and she was polite and courteous. However, I worked with a relative of Fred West once who said 'he's such a fun and charming bloke'. Just because bad or evil people don't act that way all of the time doesn't make them any less abhorrent or dangerous! Skyrah
  • Score: 25

5:00pm Mon 18 Aug 14

simong says...

VeronikaJolova wrote:
Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks
Moron.
See if you have the same views if someone sticks a glass in your face !
[quote][p][bold]VeronikaJolova[/bold] wrote: Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks[/p][/quote]Moron. See if you have the same views if someone sticks a glass in your face ! simong
  • Score: 28

5:24pm Mon 18 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

PollySands wrote:
Veronika is right
Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong
But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"
Does she have to get 118 convictions for assault before she becomes unpleasant?
[quote][p][bold]PollySands[/bold] wrote: Veronika is right Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"[/p][/quote]Does she have to get 118 convictions for assault before she becomes unpleasant? breamoreboy
  • Score: 11

5:34pm Mon 18 Aug 14

O'Reilly says...

VeronikaJolova wrote:
Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks
Eighteen mistakes.......and counting.
[quote][p][bold]VeronikaJolova[/bold] wrote: Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks[/p][/quote]Eighteen mistakes.......and counting. O'Reilly
  • Score: 12

5:35pm Mon 18 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

bogtrotter wrote:
mileyrobson1 wrote:
You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh
Smart and cool? Sounds like it. What a role model for the young professional.
She's certainly worked very, very hard for her degree in assaulting people. What is she going to study for her masters? I dread to think what she's planning for her doctorate.
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mileyrobson1[/bold] wrote: You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh[/p][/quote]Smart and cool? Sounds like it. What a role model for the young professional.[/p][/quote]She's certainly worked very, very hard for her degree in assaulting people. What is she going to study for her masters? I dread to think what she's planning for her doctorate. breamoreboy
  • Score: 9

5:41pm Mon 18 Aug 14

harryonthecoast says...

breamoreboy wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
mileyrobson1 wrote:
You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh
Smart and cool? Sounds like it. What a role model for the young professional.
She's certainly worked very, very hard for her degree in assaulting people. What is she going to study for her masters? I dread to think what she's planning for her doctorate.
Yasmin needs sacking from this estate agents asap shes not fit to serve the public.I will certainly not be using this agent ever again.
[quote][p][bold]breamoreboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mileyrobson1[/bold] wrote: You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh[/p][/quote]Smart and cool? Sounds like it. What a role model for the young professional.[/p][/quote]She's certainly worked very, very hard for her degree in assaulting people. What is she going to study for her masters? I dread to think what she's planning for her doctorate.[/p][/quote]Yasmin needs sacking from this estate agents asap shes not fit to serve the public.I will certainly not be using this agent ever again. harryonthecoast
  • Score: 6

5:45pm Mon 18 Aug 14

harryonthecoast says...

O'Reilly wrote:
VeronikaJolova wrote:
Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks
Eighteen mistakes.......and counting.
Thank god for The Mail.These sort of people need showing up for what they are.The agent should sack her asap,shes not fit to serve the public
[quote][p][bold]O'Reilly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VeronikaJolova[/bold] wrote: Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks[/p][/quote]Eighteen mistakes.......and counting.[/p][/quote]Thank god for The Mail.These sort of people need showing up for what they are.The agent should sack her asap,shes not fit to serve the public harryonthecoast
  • Score: 5

5:49pm Mon 18 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

Skyrah wrote:
mileyrobson1 wrote:
You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh
Sounds like you've got quite a bit of growing up to do. Let me guess, 13 or 14yr old? You need a better role model if you believe this vile and violent woman is "smart and cool"! Regardless of 'problems'.

Don't hang around her learning lessons in life from her (or the other plebs singing her thuggish praises). Get good grades at school and treat everyone differently to the way Yasmin would, then you hopefully won't go wrong. Protect yourself and keep away lest she chose you as her next victim!

I have met and been shown round a property by this woman, and she was polite and courteous. However, I worked with a relative of Fred West once who said 'he's such a fun and charming bloke'. Just because bad or evil people don't act that way all of the time doesn't make them any less abhorrent or dangerous!
The chances of those defending her on here knowing who Fred West is, is extremely slim. They probably think he's the guy that does tinned salmon and tuna.
[quote][p][bold]Skyrah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mileyrobson1[/bold] wrote: You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh[/p][/quote]Sounds like you've got quite a bit of growing up to do. Let me guess, 13 or 14yr old? You need a better role model if you believe this vile and violent woman is "smart and cool"! Regardless of 'problems'. Don't hang around her learning lessons in life from her (or the other plebs singing her thuggish praises). Get good grades at school and treat everyone differently to the way Yasmin would, then you hopefully won't go wrong. Protect yourself and keep away lest she chose you as her next victim! I have met and been shown round a property by this woman, and she was polite and courteous. However, I worked with a relative of Fred West once who said 'he's such a fun and charming bloke'. Just because bad or evil people don't act that way all of the time doesn't make them any less abhorrent or dangerous![/p][/quote]The chances of those defending her on here knowing who Fred West is, is extremely slim. They probably think he's the guy that does tinned salmon and tuna. bogtrotter
  • Score: 7

5:50pm Mon 18 Aug 14

harryonthecoast says...

gonzo123 wrote:
Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them
I will never put foot in this estate agents again.She is unfit to serve the public and should of been sacked long ago
[quote][p][bold]gonzo123[/bold] wrote: Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them[/p][/quote]I will never put foot in this estate agents again.She is unfit to serve the public and should of been sacked long ago harryonthecoast
  • Score: 5

5:53pm Mon 18 Aug 14

harryonthecoast says...

HRH of Boscombe wrote:
bogtrotter wrote:
Still astounded by this. It sends a shockingly bad message to youngsters out there who will think they can get away with an attack like this. There is surely a lack of consistency here or maybe not as she seems to get away with it each time. Madness.
Exactly judges are encouraging violence with sentences like this.
.
Anyway 18 convictions for assault?! This animal should be put down or put in a zoo
here here well said.Sack her asap.
[quote][p][bold]HRH of Boscombe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: Still astounded by this. It sends a shockingly bad message to youngsters out there who will think they can get away with an attack like this. There is surely a lack of consistency here or maybe not as she seems to get away with it each time. Madness.[/p][/quote]Exactly judges are encouraging violence with sentences like this. . Anyway 18 convictions for assault?! This animal should be put down or put in a zoo[/p][/quote]here here well said.Sack her asap. harryonthecoast
  • Score: 1

5:55pm Mon 18 Aug 14

DansAFCB says...

Some want to obviously protect Yasmin whether they are friends/colleagues or even her employers, they have the right of opinions just like everyone else on here and in life has.

I am no way defending her actions as they were wrong. I can't comment about her as a person as I don't know her but it would seem that people that may be close to her know the situation far better than anyone of us commenting that don't know her.

If the lad dropped the charges but Yasmin had already coughed after being arrested then it would have proceeded to court anyhow plus with CCTV I am guessing no witness would have been needed, she would attended court with a guilty plea to be sentenced not for a trial.

I am of the opinion reading some comments that perhaps it is not all it seems so perhaps the Echo could get a story from Yasmin to what happened and her account of the events.

Like I said I am not in anyway condoning the actions but there are always 2 sides to a story.

Over to you Echo.............
Some want to obviously protect Yasmin whether they are friends/colleagues or even her employers, they have the right of opinions just like everyone else on here and in life has. I am no way defending her actions as they were wrong. I can't comment about her as a person as I don't know her but it would seem that people that may be close to her know the situation far better than anyone of us commenting that don't know her. If the lad dropped the charges but Yasmin had already coughed after being arrested then it would have proceeded to court anyhow plus with CCTV I am guessing no witness would have been needed, she would attended court with a guilty plea to be sentenced not for a trial. I am of the opinion reading some comments that perhaps it is not all it seems so perhaps the Echo could get a story from Yasmin to what happened and her account of the events. Like I said I am not in anyway condoning the actions but there are always 2 sides to a story. Over to you Echo............. DansAFCB
  • Score: 8

5:56pm Mon 18 Aug 14

harryonthecoast says...

gonzo123 wrote:
Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them
Me too.She is a disgrace to our lovely town.
[quote][p][bold]gonzo123[/bold] wrote: Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them[/p][/quote]Me too.She is a disgrace to our lovely town. harryonthecoast
  • Score: 4

6:09pm Mon 18 Aug 14

old duffa says...

to all supporters of this girl
you are all stupid sheep
no one gets 18 convictions and becomes a nice person
she is scum
the chap should sue her for thousands
and if she has not been sacked ,she soon will be,as im in the property buisness ,im confident she is a gonna allready
hardluck yasmin
shame on you and your freinds
decent people of bournemouth speak up when thugs like you are around
to all supporters of this girl you are all stupid sheep no one gets 18 convictions and becomes a nice person she is scum the chap should sue her for thousands and if she has not been sacked ,she soon will be,as im in the property buisness ,im confident she is a gonna allready hardluck yasmin shame on you and your freinds decent people of bournemouth speak up when thugs like you are around old duffa
  • Score: 5

6:10pm Mon 18 Aug 14

old duffa says...

she has been fired
and she deserves all she gets and more
stop sticking up for her you morons
your just as bad if you do
she has been fired and she deserves all she gets and more stop sticking up for her you morons your just as bad if you do old duffa
  • Score: 7

6:16pm Mon 18 Aug 14

hamworthygirl says...

VeronikaJolova wrote:
Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks
Oh dear you need to take a look at your friends and chose them wisely. For your information I have a nice life, unblemished by any convictions, i enjoy myself but do not go around shoving glasses in peoples faces. This is not a one off is it? ,as the the saying if you cant do the time dont do the crime.
[quote][p][bold]VeronikaJolova[/bold] wrote: Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks[/p][/quote]Oh dear you need to take a look at your friends and chose them wisely. For your information I have a nice life, unblemished by any convictions, i enjoy myself but do not go around shoving glasses in peoples faces. This is not a one off is it? ,as the the saying if you cant do the time dont do the crime. hamworthygirl
  • Score: 6

6:43pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Ayles 10 says...

If the reporting is correct, it beggars belief that this vile creature can be let off a jail sentence. I for one will certainly never choose Palmer Snell as an agent, for fear of this woman carrying out an accompanied viewing!
If the reporting is correct, it beggars belief that this vile creature can be let off a jail sentence. I for one will certainly never choose Palmer Snell as an agent, for fear of this woman carrying out an accompanied viewing! Ayles 10
  • Score: 8

6:47pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Ayles 10 says...

VeronikaJolova wrote:
Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks
Indeed, she sound delightful! What planet are you on??
[quote][p][bold]VeronikaJolova[/bold] wrote: Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks[/p][/quote]Indeed, she sound delightful! What planet are you on?? Ayles 10
  • Score: 10

7:01pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Lisa692 says...

bobthedestroyer wrote:
Lisa692 wrote:
What has happened to this young man is terrible, but what he, the Echo and all the other newspaper reports have failed to mention is , he DROPPED the charges. Make that of what you will, but suffice to say when the police had been trying to contact him, on several occasions, to find out about his injuries he didn't even respond because he just wanted everyone to get on with their lives.
If he dropped the charges how did it go to court or did the police bring the prosecution?
The cps thought, quite rightly, that they had a good case. But there were 4 letters that didn't get read out that made the judge change his mind.
[quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lisa692[/bold] wrote: What has happened to this young man is terrible, but what he, the Echo and all the other newspaper reports have failed to mention is , he DROPPED the charges. Make that of what you will, but suffice to say when the police had been trying to contact him, on several occasions, to find out about his injuries he didn't even respond because he just wanted everyone to get on with their lives.[/p][/quote]If he dropped the charges how did it go to court or did the police bring the prosecution?[/p][/quote]The cps thought, quite rightly, that they had a good case. But there were 4 letters that didn't get read out that made the judge change his mind. Lisa692
  • Score: -10

7:02pm Mon 18 Aug 14

JackJohnson says...

Can't help thinking that many of this thug's 'supporters' are really just sock puppets. I don't bother with the Bournemouth Echo as much as I used to so I can't be sure but I'm not familiar with the names.
Can't help thinking that many of this thug's 'supporters' are really just sock puppets. I don't bother with the Bournemouth Echo as much as I used to so I can't be sure but I'm not familiar with the names. JackJohnson
  • Score: -1

7:08pm Mon 18 Aug 14

harryonthecoast says...

harryonthecoast wrote:
gonzo123 wrote:
Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them
Me too.She is a disgrace to our lovely town.
These type of people usually re offend time and time again due to our lax justice system.So on her next inevitable crime a good spell in Holloway,say 20 years,should be justice done.
[quote][p][bold]harryonthecoast[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gonzo123[/bold] wrote: Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them[/p][/quote]Me too.She is a disgrace to our lovely town.[/p][/quote]These type of people usually re offend time and time again due to our lax justice system.So on her next inevitable crime a good spell in Holloway,say 20 years,should be justice done. harryonthecoast
  • Score: 3

7:12pm Mon 18 Aug 14

harryonthecoast says...

old duffa wrote:
she has been fired
and she deserves all she gets and more
stop sticking up for her you morons
your just as bad if you do
Shes been fired,WONDERFUL,her next inevitable crime should warrant a good long spell in Holloway so she can mix with the other undesirables. in there
[quote][p][bold]old duffa[/bold] wrote: she has been fired and she deserves all she gets and more stop sticking up for her you morons your just as bad if you do[/p][/quote]Shes been fired,WONDERFUL,her next inevitable crime should warrant a good long spell in Holloway so she can mix with the other undesirables. in there harryonthecoast
  • Score: 8

9:55pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Dorset Logic says...

penny1966 wrote:
None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone
no, I didn't no. whatever
[quote][p][bold]penny1966[/bold] wrote: None of you no the truth so just lay off and leave the girl alone[/p][/quote]no, I didn't no. whatever Dorset Logic
  • Score: 8

9:56pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Dorset Logic says...

lord help us init.
lord help us init. Dorset Logic
  • Score: 7

3:16am Tue 19 Aug 14

justsayithowitis says...

DansAFCB wrote:
Some want to obviously protect Yasmin whether they are friends/colleagues or even her employers, they have the right of opinions just like everyone else on here and in life has.

I am no way defending her actions as they were wrong. I can't comment about her as a person as I don't know her but it would seem that people that may be close to her know the situation far better than anyone of us commenting that don't know her.

If the lad dropped the charges but Yasmin had already coughed after being arrested then it would have proceeded to court anyhow plus with CCTV I am guessing no witness would have been needed, she would attended court with a guilty plea to be sentenced not for a trial.

I am of the opinion reading some comments that perhaps it is not all it seems so perhaps the Echo could get a story from Yasmin to what happened and her account of the events.

Like I said I am not in anyway condoning the actions but there are always 2 sides to a story.

Over to you Echo.............
You are not condoning her actions. All 18 times or just this one
[quote][p][bold]DansAFCB[/bold] wrote: Some want to obviously protect Yasmin whether they are friends/colleagues or even her employers, they have the right of opinions just like everyone else on here and in life has. I am no way defending her actions as they were wrong. I can't comment about her as a person as I don't know her but it would seem that people that may be close to her know the situation far better than anyone of us commenting that don't know her. If the lad dropped the charges but Yasmin had already coughed after being arrested then it would have proceeded to court anyhow plus with CCTV I am guessing no witness would have been needed, she would attended court with a guilty plea to be sentenced not for a trial. I am of the opinion reading some comments that perhaps it is not all it seems so perhaps the Echo could get a story from Yasmin to what happened and her account of the events. Like I said I am not in anyway condoning the actions but there are always 2 sides to a story. Over to you Echo.............[/p][/quote]You are not condoning her actions. All 18 times or just this one justsayithowitis
  • Score: 2

4:31am Tue 19 Aug 14

Old Boscombe Lad says...

Sounds like the judge needs to look at himself in the mirror and ask his reflection whether or nor not he should continue to be in his present position. Sounds like HE needs some help too.
Sounds like the judge needs to look at himself in the mirror and ask his reflection whether or nor not he should continue to be in his present position. Sounds like HE needs some help too. Old Boscombe Lad
  • Score: 4

7:38am Tue 19 Aug 14

davecook says...

If we switched to a fixed penalty for crimes, so you know in advance the penalty, we could do away with judges and lawyers, which would simplify our legal system no end. There is no reason to have defence lawyers or prosecuting lawyers. No circumstances should be taken into account. If you commit a crime, you get the penalty, regardless of who you are or who you know. That would save a lot of my taxes.
If we switched to a fixed penalty for crimes, so you know in advance the penalty, we could do away with judges and lawyers, which would simplify our legal system no end. There is no reason to have defence lawyers or prosecuting lawyers. No circumstances should be taken into account. If you commit a crime, you get the penalty, regardless of who you are or who you know. That would save a lot of my taxes. davecook
  • Score: -1

8:52am Tue 19 Aug 14

peppermintbutler says...

bogtrotter wrote:
Brock_and_Roll wrote:
Getting back to the original point, that she was spared jail because she was a woman there does appear to be some evidence that this is true. If you search the web for sentencing reports for glassing attacks, you will see that almost without exception the blokes (and it is usually men) that do this get sent straight down even if first offence.

I will retaliate with a bit of sexism of my own....she is a nasty bit of work, but judging from the pic I reckon she would be a real devil between the sheets!
Probably like Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct :)
> Probably like Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct :)

She'll end up more like Monica Bellucci in Irreversible, if she points a glass in my direction :)
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: Getting back to the original point, that she was spared jail because she was a woman there does appear to be some evidence that this is true. If you search the web for sentencing reports for glassing attacks, you will see that almost without exception the blokes (and it is usually men) that do this get sent straight down even if first offence. I will retaliate with a bit of sexism of my own....she is a nasty bit of work, but judging from the pic I reckon she would be a real devil between the sheets![/p][/quote]Probably like Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct :)[/p][/quote]> Probably like Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct :) She'll end up more like Monica Bellucci in Irreversible, if she points a glass in my direction :) peppermintbutler
  • Score: 1

8:54am Tue 19 Aug 14

peppermintbutler says...

Neil-Moss wrote:
This being the same Ronnie Lee who used to run a "dating masterclass" in Bournemouth on Friday nights, preaching the technique that insulting a girl enough to get a slap is good because "any reaction leads to action", it makes a lot more sense that the story behind this attack is not as straightforward as we're being told.

That's no defence for her actions, but he's far from reputable.
aaaaaaand there it is. hurt a womyn's feelings and you deserve a glassing. thanks feminism!
[quote][p][bold]Neil-Moss[/bold] wrote: This being the same Ronnie Lee who used to run a "dating masterclass" in Bournemouth on Friday nights, preaching the technique that insulting a girl enough to get a slap is good because "any reaction leads to action", it makes a lot more sense that the story behind this attack is not as straightforward as we're being told. That's no defence for her actions, but he's far from reputable.[/p][/quote]aaaaaaand there it is. hurt a womyn's feelings and you deserve a glassing. thanks feminism! peppermintbutler
  • Score: 6

11:19am Tue 19 Aug 14

Blossom8 says...

PollySands wrote:
Veronika is right
Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong
But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"
I think you are the freak what type of friends do you have that thug is dangerous doesn't say much about you and the violent company you keep weirdo
[quote][p][bold]PollySands[/bold] wrote: Veronika is right Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"[/p][/quote]I think you are the freak what type of friends do you have that thug is dangerous doesn't say much about you and the violent company you keep weirdo Blossom8
  • Score: 8

11:25am Tue 19 Aug 14

Blossom8 says...

The Barrel wrote:
I have every sympathy for this poor guy. The British "justice" system is "The Pits". I knew an innocent man who was beaten to a near pulp, in a coma for 3 months, injuries too numerous to mention, and traumatised and off work for 18 mths, and left with physical injuries for life. This man was an entirely innocent member of public going about his everyday work in broad daylight. The "thugs" involved were all in their teens ad all with previous criminal records for violence and GBH. All 4 were let off by the Crown Prosecution Service, as "persistent offenders" who they would not waste taxpayers money on by sending them to jail, as they would never change, and would just come out and do it again anyway!!! 10 mths later, one of them went on to Murder a 34yr old guy innocently walking home. We maintained that if they had sent them down when they had almost killed the other poor man, then this 2nd young father may still be alive today. God rest his soul.
Exactly just shows how dangerous these people are and need to be locked up for a long time away from innocent people who are their victims it's time the courts took proper action and thought more about the victim and not the thugs with all their physiological problems they are not safe to be let out.
[quote][p][bold]The Barrel[/bold] wrote: I have every sympathy for this poor guy. The British "justice" system is "The Pits". I knew an innocent man who was beaten to a near pulp, in a coma for 3 months, injuries too numerous to mention, and traumatised and off work for 18 mths, and left with physical injuries for life. This man was an entirely innocent member of public going about his everyday work in broad daylight. The "thugs" involved were all in their teens ad all with previous criminal records for violence and GBH. All 4 were let off by the Crown Prosecution Service, as "persistent offenders" who they would not waste taxpayers money on by sending them to jail, as they would never change, and would just come out and do it again anyway!!! 10 mths later, one of them went on to Murder a 34yr old guy innocently walking home. We maintained that if they had sent them down when they had almost killed the other poor man, then this 2nd young father may still be alive today. God rest his soul.[/p][/quote]Exactly just shows how dangerous these people are and need to be locked up for a long time away from innocent people who are their victims it's time the courts took proper action and thought more about the victim and not the thugs with all their physiological problems they are not safe to be let out. Blossom8
  • Score: 4

11:40am Tue 19 Aug 14

Blossom8 says...

bogtrotter wrote:
Skyrah wrote:
mileyrobson1 wrote:
You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh
Sounds like you've got quite a bit of growing up to do. Let me guess, 13 or 14yr old? You need a better role model if you believe this vile and violent woman is "smart and cool"! Regardless of 'problems'.

Don't hang around her learning lessons in life from her (or the other plebs singing her thuggish praises). Get good grades at school and treat everyone differently to the way Yasmin would, then you hopefully won't go wrong. Protect yourself and keep away lest she chose you as her next victim!

I have met and been shown round a property by this woman, and she was polite and courteous. However, I worked with a relative of Fred West once who said 'he's such a fun and charming bloke'. Just because bad or evil people don't act that way all of the time doesn't make them any less abhorrent or dangerous!
The chances of those defending her on here knowing who Fred West is, is extremely slim. They probably think he's the guy that does tinned salmon and tuna.
No sorry intelligent articulated educated people know who he is pure evil, grow up you low life so called friends of hers
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Skyrah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mileyrobson1[/bold] wrote: You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh[/p][/quote]Sounds like you've got quite a bit of growing up to do. Let me guess, 13 or 14yr old? You need a better role model if you believe this vile and violent woman is "smart and cool"! Regardless of 'problems'. Don't hang around her learning lessons in life from her (or the other plebs singing her thuggish praises). Get good grades at school and treat everyone differently to the way Yasmin would, then you hopefully won't go wrong. Protect yourself and keep away lest she chose you as her next victim! I have met and been shown round a property by this woman, and she was polite and courteous. However, I worked with a relative of Fred West once who said 'he's such a fun and charming bloke'. Just because bad or evil people don't act that way all of the time doesn't make them any less abhorrent or dangerous![/p][/quote]The chances of those defending her on here knowing who Fred West is, is extremely slim. They probably think he's the guy that does tinned salmon and tuna.[/p][/quote]No sorry intelligent articulated educated people know who he is pure evil, grow up you low life so called friends of hers Blossom8
  • Score: 2

11:41am Tue 19 Aug 14

Blossom8 says...

VeronikaJolova wrote:
Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks
Oh dear you poor deluded person
[quote][p][bold]VeronikaJolova[/bold] wrote: Yasmin is a lovely girl who always has a smile and totally polite and helpful . Feel sorry about the guy ,. But he and the Creeps on this paper /Mail / And the dreadful letter writers who spend EVERYDAY on these pages should go get a life because the people above have NO life at all ,. We make mistakes We pay for it . Leave her alone you bunch of self Righteous bunch of creeps / Freaks[/p][/quote]Oh dear you poor deluded person Blossom8
  • Score: 3

1:01pm Tue 19 Aug 14

60plus says...

If she is such a good person and friend you should encourage her to get help,because next time it might be her who gets glassed,if it was one of mine she did it to I would return the same to her.
If she is such a good person and friend you should encourage her to get help,because next time it might be her who gets glassed,if it was one of mine she did it to I would return the same to her. 60plus
  • Score: 5

4:10pm Tue 19 Aug 14

bogtrotter says...

Have any of her friends offered her or recommended her for a job yet?
Have any of her friends offered her or recommended her for a job yet? bogtrotter
  • Score: 1

5:27pm Tue 19 Aug 14

holdinkæft says...

burgerboy wrote:
PollySands wrote:
Veronika is right
Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong
But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"
Lisa692, Penny1966, Veronika Jolova, Polly Sands, and Yasmin Thomas.
It seems the only one missing is Vicky Pollard from Little Britain......
The less intelligent even used their proper names as passwords to log in to this site..
We call them slappers.
Bournemouth has loads of them.
A few drinks and their anybodys for the night.
[quote][p][bold]burgerboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PollySands[/bold] wrote: Veronika is right Yasmin is a lovely girl who has done things wrong But the weirdo's who write in daily on these pages are "FREAKS"[/p][/quote]Lisa692, Penny1966, Veronika Jolova, Polly Sands, and Yasmin Thomas. It seems the only one missing is Vicky Pollard from Little Britain...... The less intelligent even used their proper names as passwords to log in to this site..[/p][/quote]We call them slappers. Bournemouth has loads of them. A few drinks and their anybodys for the night. holdinkæft
  • Score: 1

5:37pm Tue 19 Aug 14

holdinkæft says...

gonzo123 wrote:
Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them
phone them up and ask them.
01202 367 144
[quote][p][bold]gonzo123[/bold] wrote: Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them[/p][/quote]phone them up and ask them. 01202 367 144 holdinkæft
  • Score: -2

5:46pm Tue 19 Aug 14

martinsim34 says...

best thing to do is email ur mp to send it to court of appeal inundated the mp may he will send it on
the way i c it is gender discrimination i remember a girl stabbed a man in there she went straight to prison
best thing to do is email ur mp to send it to court of appeal inundated the mp may he will send it on the way i c it is gender discrimination i remember a girl stabbed a man in there she went straight to prison martinsim34
  • Score: -1

5:51pm Tue 19 Aug 14

holdinkæft says...

harryonthecoast wrote:
old duffa wrote:
she has been fired
and she deserves all she gets and more
stop sticking up for her you morons
your just as bad if you do
Shes been fired,WONDERFUL,her next inevitable crime should warrant a good long spell in Holloway so she can mix with the other undesirables. in there
Here is her old job

Location

Bournemouth

Salary

Basic salary £20,000 - £33,000 + Benefits

Job description

Countrywide is the UK`s largest and most successful Estate Agency and Property services Group. Our Mortgage Consultants are based in a network of over 1300 branches operating under 46 local High Street brands.

We are currently looking to recruit experienced Mortgage Consultants to work within the teams in our branch network.

Completing full and detailed fact finds, you will sell products based on providing clients with a full advice and recommendation service and referring clients to other businesses within the group where there is opportunity for additional sales prospects. You must work to ensure that professional and mutually beneficial relationships are built with clients, fulfilling and complying with company compliance requirements and those of the FCA.
Candidates will need to demonstrate a stable background with not more than 3 voluntary job changes within the last 5 years.
[quote][p][bold]harryonthecoast[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]old duffa[/bold] wrote: she has been fired and she deserves all she gets and more stop sticking up for her you morons your just as bad if you do[/p][/quote]Shes been fired,WONDERFUL,her next inevitable crime should warrant a good long spell in Holloway so she can mix with the other undesirables. in there[/p][/quote]Here is her old job Location Bournemouth Salary Basic salary £20,000 - £33,000 + Benefits Job description Countrywide is the UK`s largest and most successful Estate Agency and Property services Group. Our Mortgage Consultants are based in a network of over 1300 branches operating under 46 local High Street brands. We are currently looking to recruit experienced Mortgage Consultants to work within the teams in our branch network. Completing full and detailed fact finds, you will sell products based on providing clients with a full advice and recommendation service and referring clients to other businesses within the group where there is opportunity for additional sales prospects. You must work to ensure that professional and mutually beneficial relationships are built with clients, fulfilling and complying with company compliance requirements and those of the FCA. Candidates will need to demonstrate a stable background with not more than 3 voluntary job changes within the last 5 years. holdinkæft
  • Score: 0

6:04pm Tue 19 Aug 14

holdinkæft says...

holdinkæft wrote:
harryonthecoast wrote:
old duffa wrote:
she has been fired
and she deserves all she gets and more
stop sticking up for her you morons
your just as bad if you do
Shes been fired,WONDERFUL,her next inevitable crime should warrant a good long spell in Holloway so she can mix with the other undesirables. in there
Here is her old job

Location

Bournemouth

Salary

Basic salary £20,000 - £33,000 + Benefits

Job description

Countrywide is the UK`s largest and most successful Estate Agency and Property services Group. Our Mortgage Consultants are based in a network of over 1300 branches operating under 46 local High Street brands.

We are currently looking to recruit experienced Mortgage Consultants to work within the teams in our branch network.

Completing full and detailed fact finds, you will sell products based on providing clients with a full advice and recommendation service and referring clients to other businesses within the group where there is opportunity for additional sales prospects. You must work to ensure that professional and mutually beneficial relationships are built with clients, fulfilling and complying with company compliance requirements and those of the FCA.
Candidates will need to demonstrate a stable background with not more than 3 voluntary job changes within the last 5 years.
Candidates will need to demonstrate a stable background


She's got 18 convictions already, THATS STABLE id say
[quote][p][bold]holdinkæft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harryonthecoast[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]old duffa[/bold] wrote: she has been fired and she deserves all she gets and more stop sticking up for her you morons your just as bad if you do[/p][/quote]Shes been fired,WONDERFUL,her next inevitable crime should warrant a good long spell in Holloway so she can mix with the other undesirables. in there[/p][/quote]Here is her old job Location Bournemouth Salary Basic salary £20,000 - £33,000 + Benefits Job description Countrywide is the UK`s largest and most successful Estate Agency and Property services Group. Our Mortgage Consultants are based in a network of over 1300 branches operating under 46 local High Street brands. We are currently looking to recruit experienced Mortgage Consultants to work within the teams in our branch network. Completing full and detailed fact finds, you will sell products based on providing clients with a full advice and recommendation service and referring clients to other businesses within the group where there is opportunity for additional sales prospects. You must work to ensure that professional and mutually beneficial relationships are built with clients, fulfilling and complying with company compliance requirements and those of the FCA. Candidates will need to demonstrate a stable background with not more than 3 voluntary job changes within the last 5 years.[/p][/quote]Candidates will need to demonstrate a stable background She's got 18 convictions already, THATS STABLE id say holdinkæft
  • Score: -1

7:28pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Vicvic says...

Bryan72 wrote:
Get over it mate , just a little graze.
Bryan72 you are clearly a moron
[quote][p][bold]Bryan72[/bold] wrote: Get over it mate , just a little graze.[/p][/quote]Bryan72 you are clearly a moron Vicvic
  • Score: 1

7:32pm Wed 20 Aug 14

Vicvic says...

mileyrobson1 wrote:
You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh
idiot
[quote][p][bold]mileyrobson1[/bold] wrote: You are mostly a pathetic bunch of low-life on these forums , and WORSE Bullies who hide under the bed hitting the keyboard with NO come back at all because you are gutless people who clearly wouldn't say anything . I love Yasmin and she's smart / cool / and has problems ! Sounds real enough for you lot . Well done for the people speaking up for Yasmin Mwahhhh[/p][/quote]idiot Vicvic
  • Score: 0

12:50am Thu 21 Aug 14

surfant says...

She has a rich barrister uncle or at least he has political sway,
whom has pulled the strings so she wouldnt go down, apparently this happens alot with her, she has been in care homes as she is so violent - the staff at the homes feared her- she is a danger to society but because she is black she gets away with it. fact. this town is corrupt and full of old school network who decide who is guilty and who is not.. they suck up to any ethnics esp arabs asians latinos and africans as these are tjhe clowns who run our local government council and justice system, hence why isis has taken a huge hold in the west as key officials are sympathetic to these terrorists countries and nations
She has a rich barrister uncle or at least he has political sway, whom has pulled the strings so she wouldnt go down, apparently this happens alot with her, she has been in care homes as she is so violent - the staff at the homes feared her- she is a danger to society but because she is black she gets away with it. fact. this town is corrupt and full of old school network who decide who is guilty and who is not.. they suck up to any ethnics esp arabs asians latinos and africans as these are tjhe clowns who run our local government council and justice system, hence why isis has taken a huge hold in the west as key officials are sympathetic to these terrorists countries and nations surfant
  • Score: 1

12:53am Thu 21 Aug 14

surfant says...

holdinkæft wrote:
holdinkæft wrote:
harryonthecoast wrote:
old duffa wrote:
she has been fired
and she deserves all she gets and more
stop sticking up for her you morons
your just as bad if you do
Shes been fired,WONDERFUL,her next inevitable crime should warrant a good long spell in Holloway so she can mix with the other undesirables. in there
Here is her old job

Location

Bournemouth

Salary

Basic salary £20,000 - £33,000 + Benefits

Job description

Countrywide is the UK`s largest and most successful Estate Agency and Property services Group. Our Mortgage Consultants are based in a network of over 1300 branches operating under 46 local High Street brands.

We are currently looking to recruit experienced Mortgage Consultants to work within the teams in our branch network.

Completing full and detailed fact finds, you will sell products based on providing clients with a full advice and recommendation service and referring clients to other businesses within the group where there is opportunity for additional sales prospects. You must work to ensure that professional and mutually beneficial relationships are built with clients, fulfilling and complying with company compliance requirements and those of the FCA.
Candidates will need to demonstrate a stable background with not more than 3 voluntary job changes within the last 5 years.
Candidates will need to demonstrate a stable background


She's got 18 convictions already, THATS STABLE id say
she was in a care home 3 years ago
[quote][p][bold]holdinkæft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]holdinkæft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]harryonthecoast[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]old duffa[/bold] wrote: she has been fired and she deserves all she gets and more stop sticking up for her you morons your just as bad if you do[/p][/quote]Shes been fired,WONDERFUL,her next inevitable crime should warrant a good long spell in Holloway so she can mix with the other undesirables. in there[/p][/quote]Here is her old job Location Bournemouth Salary Basic salary £20,000 - £33,000 + Benefits Job description Countrywide is the UK`s largest and most successful Estate Agency and Property services Group. Our Mortgage Consultants are based in a network of over 1300 branches operating under 46 local High Street brands. We are currently looking to recruit experienced Mortgage Consultants to work within the teams in our branch network. Completing full and detailed fact finds, you will sell products based on providing clients with a full advice and recommendation service and referring clients to other businesses within the group where there is opportunity for additional sales prospects. You must work to ensure that professional and mutually beneficial relationships are built with clients, fulfilling and complying with company compliance requirements and those of the FCA. Candidates will need to demonstrate a stable background with not more than 3 voluntary job changes within the last 5 years.[/p][/quote]Candidates will need to demonstrate a stable background She's got 18 convictions already, THATS STABLE id say[/p][/quote]she was in a care home 3 years ago surfant
  • Score: 0

8:28pm Thu 21 Aug 14

jonheat1 says...

BmthNewshound wrote:
"Judge John Harrow branded her criminal history "breathtaking" and described it as one of the worst he had ever seen of a woman her age."
.
What is truly breathtaking is the fact Judge John Harrow showed such a complete lack of judgment and allowed this woman to continue walking the streets posing a real danger to the public.
.
Perhaps local pubs and clubs could issue a ban preventing this woman from entering their establishments.
If this particular pub/club was a member of pub watch, then she should already be barred from all member establishments.
[quote][p][bold]BmthNewshound[/bold] wrote: "Judge John Harrow branded her criminal history "breathtaking" and described it as one of the worst he had ever seen of a woman her age." . What is truly breathtaking is the fact Judge John Harrow showed such a complete lack of judgment and allowed this woman to continue walking the streets posing a real danger to the public. . Perhaps local pubs and clubs could issue a ban preventing this woman from entering their establishments.[/p][/quote]If this particular pub/club was a member of pub watch, then she should already be barred from all member establishments. jonheat1
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12:49am Mon 25 Aug 14

portia6 says...

gonzo123 wrote:
Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them
They are not a friendly Estate Agent and will sell your house over your head. We lost our family home in a very underhand way!
[quote][p][bold]gonzo123[/bold] wrote: Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them[/p][/quote]They are not a friendly Estate Agent and will sell your house over your head. We lost our family home in a very underhand way! portia6
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11:52am Mon 25 Aug 14

JackJohnson says...

portia6 wrote:
gonzo123 wrote:
Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them
They are not a friendly Estate Agent and will sell your house over your head. We lost our family home in a very underhand way!
While I have dealt with some very poor estate agents, and letting agents, I do not believe any of them could sell a house without the rightful owners knowledge. At the very least there would be a request, at the start, to put it on the market. There would also be a legal process, at the end, to formally transfer ownership. This would involve other third parties including both seller and buyers solicitors.

I, therefore, do not believe you were the rightful owner. Perhaps it was a rental property sold out from under you by the landlord? Perhaps you thought you had a claim to it but, in fact, did not (a 'common law partnership gone wrong, perhaps)?

If you really do have a provable legal claim to ownership, or part ownership, you should be talking to a solicitor - and holding whoever put it on the market and signed the paperwork transferring it to the buyer responsible. Not the agent working under their instructions.
[quote][p][bold]portia6[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]gonzo123[/bold] wrote: Lock her up.. sincerely hope that PALMER SNELL ESTATE AGENTS she works for have sacked her, because if not I for one will boycott them[/p][/quote]They are not a friendly Estate Agent and will sell your house over your head. We lost our family home in a very underhand way![/p][/quote]While I have dealt with some very poor estate agents, and letting agents, I do not believe any of them could sell a house without the rightful owners knowledge. At the very least there would be a request, at the start, to put it on the market. There would also be a legal process, at the end, to formally transfer ownership. This would involve other third parties including both seller and buyers solicitors. I, therefore, do not believe you were the rightful owner. Perhaps it was a rental property sold out from under you by the landlord? Perhaps you thought you had a claim to it but, in fact, did not (a 'common law partnership gone wrong, perhaps)? If you really do have a provable legal claim to ownership, or part ownership, you should be talking to a solicitor - and holding whoever put it on the market and signed the paperwork transferring it to the buyer responsible. Not the agent working under their instructions. JackJohnson
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