He Who Dares Steals £100K?

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A FORMER SAS sergeant yesterday denied stealing £100,000 in “blood money” designed to buy off enemy troops in Iraq.

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The fact the guy was a pay clerk suggests that although he worked for the SAS it's rather doubtful the guy underwent UKSF training. He may have done, but usually it's infantry.

Another corker from the currant bun. I rather like the title: "He Who Dares...." They forgot to add the "Rodders" bit.
 

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Bit of an insult to the motto really isn't it.

Ninja, would he spend 5 years max at Colchester or would he spend it on base?
 

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Bit of an insult to the motto really isn't it.

Ninja, would he spend 5 years max at Colchester or would he spend it on base?
Yeah, they'll him up in the guard room for five years. (not)
 

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...would he spend 5 years max at Colchester or would he spend it on base?
It depends. Normally, if found guilty & sentenced to the maximum, he would be discharged also.

To that end he would also need rehabilitating & would probably complete his sentence under the care of a civilian prison prior to being released on licence, if released before the full sentence was served.

He would certainly not serve his sentence in his former base unless he was working in Colchester before sentenced.
 
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