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18 May 2022 14:38:10
Just another thought if heckingbottom had usd his fist or a harder object, would he have been arrested? O yes it was only a ball.

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18 May 2022 15:35:23
With what happened last night there's more to the attack on Sharp that's evident. There's an investigation into brain damage in sport particularly to footballers heading the ball, it's a type of dementia an neurodegenerative disease . Continual head trauma damage happens to a lot of players. With this in mind the severe blow to Sharps head and neck could cause irreplaceable damage to his brain an d cavity, stitches are just superficial so a more vigorous check on Sharp should be carried out. I have a very personal interest in this and so does the PFA, FA, and the premiership.

18 May 2022 18:05:19
I can think of one coward who needs his head/ brain testing.

18 May 2022 18:18:30
Dream it’s an offence of Common Assault under Section 39 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988. Trial by summary court ie Magistrates only 6 months maximum and/ or a fine not exceeding Level 5 ( don’t know how much that is in todays money) . Could be tried on indictment ie Judge and jury if exacerbated circumstances ie racially motivated or if Spence had sustained a stomach injury for example when it becomes ABH. The fact that it took place on a football pitch during the course of a game is irrelevant.

18 May 2022 22:42:52
Thanks for that stokey, nothing going to happen then.

19 May 2022 12:17:19
Probably not Dream as top level professional games tend to keep disciplinary matters “in house”. But it’s no different in legal terms to a Sunday pub team fracas. If the Police were called in to a disturbance there would undoubtedly be assault and affray charges being dished out.
Actually Feckingbottom has admitted assault saying he was trying to motivate his team and stop the opposition “taking the Mickey” and “running the game”. No legal excuse there whatsoever.

19 May 2022 12:26:14
In summary the law says, basically you should keep your hands to yourself unless it with consent (physical contact sport within the rules), accident or done with lawful intentions ie to pull someone from a burning building or making a lawful arrest for example.
As a footnote in the Police one of our duties in compiling a sudden death report for the Coronor. This included examination of the corpse for signs of violence and assault. We often got to the Mortuary after the Post Mortem had been done and we routinely put on the report that there were no marks or signs of violence despite the fact that when we viewed the body it was on a slab with the top of his skull sawed off and it’s contents lying beside him! 🤢🫣🤔.



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