April 17th, 2009

Cash only causes pain

Posted in The Job - Comment by 200

So, the woman hit by the Met TSG Sgt at G20 is seeking a massive pay deal to have her story published with the opportunity to try suing the Met for even more money.

You can see Nichola Fisher’s story at the Grauniad website. She seems to have forgotten what her behaviour was like before she was told to ‘get back’ by the officer, preferring everyone to believe that she was just standing there picking daisys & singing ‘we shall overcome’.

Of course, she is now having panic attacks & difficulty sleeping, not that those symptoms would add anything to the compensation, you understand.

Described in some quarters as an ‘anti-capitalist’ she appears to have grasped the capitalist ethos with both hands by using publicity guru Max Clifford to get the maximum amount of publicity & capitalist cash for her plight. £50,000 for the story has been talked about, not to mention all that lovely  compensation lolly. She’s probably heard you can get £400,000 for cutting your fingers in the Met, so a viscious assault which made her ‘feel like she’d been whipped by the Taliban’ must be really making those pound signs flash.

Do me a favour, “whipped by the Taliban”? Maybe she should spend her time going across to Afghanistan to enrich her life by discovering exactly what it is like to be mistreated by the Taliban, ah, but I donlt think they give much money in  compensation out there.

I;m not a doctor but I do have a suggestion to help Ms Fisher with her sleeping problems & panic attacks; stop thinking of free cash & you’ll find those symptoms will just melt away.

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  1. Chris says:

    Silly little woman, and as self-centred as a gyroscope. That’s all I have to say about her.

    April 17th, 2009 at 12:50

  2. James says:

    with regard to the taliban – man love thursday, that’s all I have to say.

    April 17th, 2009 at 13:02

  3. Tony F says:

    Her antics give me high blood pressure, and make me nauseous, where do I claim?

    April 17th, 2009 at 16:49

  4. Blueknight says:

    Why do they always come out with the same crap?

    Used to have respect for the Police, but since the incident would never trust the Police
    Have disturbed sleep/nightmares
    Been in pain ever since
    Have not been able to work since

    May be because no one can disprove it

    April 17th, 2009 at 22:45

  5. Annette says:

    I loathe the woman.
    She was antagonizing that policeman and she knew it.

    April 18th, 2009 at 12:04

  6. Gary says:

    Just a silly little girl

    April 18th, 2009 at 13:59

  7. Ex cop says:


    As an ex-level 2 and and TSG PC I can see only one way forward here. Everyone, and I mean all those Met Level 2 and 1, should hand in their shield training tickets.

    The media, government and even our apparent leaders are determined to turn this into a witch hunt. Let them see how the next “peaceful” demonstration goes when they have noone to police it. You never know, maybe a Press building could be attacked. Oh the irony……..

    It seemed to work for SO19 when a couple of theirs was thrown to the wolves.

    I know, it would take a massive co ordination. But would you really want to be the next one pictured on the front of the Mail with calls for your imprisonment?

    April 19th, 2009 at 16:16

  8. Plodnomore says:

    Look on the bright side – she’s been (allegedly) paid a shed load of money by a newspaper which is NOT a public funded organisation, so her payout will only be met by the cretins who buy that particular paper. On the other hand, as she is now quids in she will no longer be entitled to Job Seekers allowance, rent allowance, tax credits and council tax benefits which ARE public funded. Also, any compensation will be affected by any other sums of money she has received over this incident. So this stupid, tunnel visioned, hypocrite (did I also mention that she was ugly) will not, until she has spent her ackers on drugs, lager and subscriptions to the Social Worker, be a drain on society. Result. It’s a pity a few more of her kind aren’t claiming!

    April 19th, 2009 at 20:01

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