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da ness tattie man

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  1. I have just been hearing the cops have done a drug bust at a house in the north end of the toon. Any news who it is. PS Hope the B***ard rots in the jail.
  2. I would suggest Morgan Goodlad has found new fame. You could compare him with Ronnie Biggs another great robber. Then there are the GRAY'S although they never killed a man like the KRAY'S they have been the demise of many a fishing boat and also manage to empty the accounts of Shetland Enterprise and the some SIC Funds. (As per press reports). Like Marnie Baxter who is easy on the eye another foxy lady is Gillian Isbister.
  3. There are various people in Shetland that can deliver messages. There are some that also do healing. It is well worth finding out who they are, the next visiting medium is coming to Shetland in May.
  4. I am in favour of rehab in Shetland. But what you fail to realise is that the problem is acute before the services are looking at rehab on this scale. Its only a shame that the rehab unit won't be able to treat the Ostrich Syndrome that exists in Shetland.
  5. Is it ture that Montfield is to be used for a drug rehab unit. If so then Shetland has gone down the tubes already!
  6. Supposing the government legalise heroin. They could buy it from the same countries that are selling it now. The Britain would again be responsible for funding war around the world as these countries could continue to trade arms. One day they may even invade Britain - yes what a wonderful idea legalise the lot and see what would happen.
  7. Legalising something won't make a lot of difference. There will still be people that don't qualify for the 'scheme'. These people will continue to flout the law and turn to crime to fund their habbit. For example some people on Methadone trade it for Heroin, hence the reason why the majority have to attend pre-arranged appointments and consume it on the premises.
  8. I was not taking a cheap shot at somebody that has passed away. It was my intention to point out that a Heroin addict will take Methadone if they can't get hold of any heroin. This is not my view it is a statement of fact
  9. Peeriebryan said -"To clarify, it wasn't a heroin overdose that was the cause of death, it was Methadone, which had been supplied by a 3rd party, who themselves had obtained it legitimately under prescription. It had nothing to do with drug smuggling or dealing" To be given a drug by a 3rd party, constitutes dealing no matter how you look at it. Methadone is a Heroin substitute, (*** mod edit - keep your own personal subjective views of someone who has passed away out of this!! It is nothing more than a cheap shot! ***)
  10. In answer to the Dogs Against Drugs charity making access to soft drugs harder. The charity was set up after a Heroin user died from an overdose. I believe the aim of the charity is to rid Shetland of all drugs.
  11. I meant to highlight the unhelpfully melodramatic tone of that little outburst from da ness tattie man. I wasn't being melodramatic. I believe that this is a statement of fact. Over the next 12 to 18 mnonths I am sure you will see a big difference in Shetland. If you speak to some of the drug councillors which I have recently done (due to a family member) They are seeing what is happening and not liking it. For evey registered user they think there are two more unregistered. That is almost 1000 heroin user's that have to fund a habit of atleast £20.00 a day. Proof of how bad it is gets continually written on this very forum. Neddish behaviour, Trouble at Ladies Drive, young suicide rates in Shetland, etc, etc
  12. We can all sympathise with hat North has been through. I am not sure if that happend in Shetland or on the Mainland but the reality is it will soon be the norm in Shetland. Although the Police could do more I think they are fighting an up hill battle without the people of Shetland helping them.
  13. Would I be right in thinking that people who want drugs legalised are either taking drugs or living in a dream world, burying their heads in the sand and not looking at the problem. Heroin is going to kill Shetland!
  14. I think the only way to stop Shetland going down hill is to start telling the Authority's what we know and suspect. CRIME STOPPERS 0800 555 111 This service is free and confidential. I am not sure how many of you can remeber the time that a local business person phoned the police when she suspected her daughter to be involved in dealing Ecstasty tablets. I am sure this was a big step in saving her daughters life.
  15. Drugs will become a problem when the money starts to disapear from the Shetland economy. A herion addict on a £40.00 a day habit will use £320.00 a week. This is a lot of money for somebody that can't work to fund his habbit. So where does the user get his money - lose change left in a parked car - selling CD's left in a parked car maybe sneaks into a house left unlocked at night. You think about it and the user will have been there before you. A good example of this the electrical items stolen from a parked car in Market Street last week. That stuff could the user going for a day or two before he goes out stealing again.
  16. I have read the following on the Shetland-News Website. Whilst reading it my first thought was how long is Shetland going to be a safe place. “Currently there are 211 problem drugs users that are accessing community drugs services in Shetland. There is a year on year increase in users. “There is a slight decrease in older drug takers that are using heroin. But younger people are using heroin more, when previously it was speed, ecstasy and cannabis that were the drugs of choice.†She added that it had become apparent that younger people in the isles are being targeted by dealers. I find Shetland is a very safe and friendly place to go about my daily business. Twenty years ago I am sure the people in Aberdeen and Fraserburgh thought the same - Until HEROIN took over. Now on a daily basis (In Aberdeen) you hear of muggings, rapes, murder's homes being broken into and what other crimes that you can get money from. I THINK IT IS TIME THAT WE TOOK A GOOD LOOK AT THOSE AROUND US AND START TO PHONE THE POLICE WITH OUR SUSPICIONS. I have phoned Crime Stoppers on three occasions about drink driver's, with two potential killer's being taken off the road. My question is do you people think Heroin is a problem and who should be sorting the problem out.
  17. Mia, Although you have made some good points I think I can prove that the planners, don't know what they are on about. 9 years ago I built a house in Tingwall. My prefered colour of roof was terracota. When laying the roof I was threatend with legal action as the colour was not in keeping with the area. (My house was the first house on a scheme of ten) Given this I went to the Scottish Executive and stated my case. I was told to get the SIC to put what they were saying in writting. When I asked for this they backed down. I later found out that what they were trying to tell me was incorrect. I STATE MY CASE!
  18. It is high time that we were allowed to do what we liked. Why should we be dictated to by some planning "gazoot" who isn't even paying for our building costs. Again this is a case of the 'Tail wagging the DOG'. Having been in the Planing office I have seen a few dogs.
  19. As much as I sympathise with this cause - IF YOU BEHAVE YOU DON'T GET INTO TROUBLE. If I was the victim of a crime, I think I would want the perpetrator as far away as possible. If you are in a foreign country then you should abide by the law. If you break the law then hell mend you!
  20. Another death on our roads! Atleast there is nobody to blame for this one. Unlike other needless deaths that have occured through drink driver's.
  21. I did hear it was one of the polices own guys who stole and sunk the boat. I also heard that he has been sacked and sent out of Shetland.
  22. JuSt to put some of you in the picture. Michael was throwing three people out of Mooney's when they turned on him. He was knocked to the ground and was unconcious. they then repeatedly kicked him in the head and face. I then seen two local people tyring to pull the police off the people doing the kicking. Had it not been for some more police and bouncer's arriving then I think they would have killed Michael. Whilst all this was going on three local people (2 have been in jail for street assaults) were running away to stop them being hurt. So all in all I think 5 local people have played a big part in what happend.
  23. Last I heard is that he was being flown south at tea time to get scans. Stable but still unconcious. I seen some of what happend and the police couldn't get to him because a few locals were stopping the police. (some were arrested)
  24. I have no sympathy in the slightest, it's the job of the Police to arrest anyone committing an offence, regardless of the seriousness of that offence, or how often they've arrested the same person previously, that is what they're hired, and paid to do. Having been the victim of crime I was told by the police that if I could not provide a statement they were powerless to do anything. I have since learnt that the police just can't arrest people for alot of crimes and they need statements to bring the thugs to justice.
  25. Sorry, tomblands you have got the wrong end of the stick. I have heard that the scalloway story was about an off duty cop.
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