He had severe memory loss
How do you know. ? If the best you can do is use insults that just shows your lack of intelligence and inability to have a rational conversation. I don't care if he was the pope he deserves to be treated no worse or better than any other citizen i am sure you would support that.
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You should get you facts right before posting. He pleaded guilty he had illegal ammunition in his possession not brought back form Iraqi but kept illegally after training when his memory was working perfectly so get your facts right before shooting your mouth off.
Quote. Two interviews were conducted, one in September 2011 when Sergeant Nightingale was interviewed by West Mercia Police, and in that interview he spoke freely, accepted that the items were his and were in his personal belongings, accepted that he had brought the pistol back on the conclusion of operations in Iraq in 2007, and accepted that the ammunition he had retained in the course of his duties as a Training Officer in the Training Squadron and that he had not effectively handed them in appropriately because his administration was poor and poor working practices.
In the interview he gave a full explanation to West Mercia Police saying that he was given the Glock as a present by local nationals with whom he had worked whilst deployed on operations there. It was his intention that at the time to have the pistol deactivated and mounted as a souvenir for his squadron when he left the unit. He said he had not been intending to keep the item in its present form, wished to have it decommissioned but had never got around to it. He said the ammunition found in his bedroom in the SSSA was there because he had not also got around to handing that in. He had been incredibly busy whilst in his unit, as you will be able to imagine I have no doubt, with a very full round of duties, but he did accept that he could have handed the matters back into the amnesty boxes which are posted around the unit and he had time to do so. He also accepted that he knew that if there was a requirement for a trophy, if you like, or a pistol which has been handed to him, that there were procedures which should be followed in order to deactivate that.