September 28th, 2008

Incredible still!

Posted in Other Stuff by 200

Thanks to a heads-up from a reader I can bring you more news of the Swedish twins involved on the maniacal behaviour on the motorway on Traffic Cops this week.

The one in the red coat, remember her? the one who was run over twice, turns out to be one Sabina Ericksson, aged 40, of County Cork, Ireland (I could have sworn her sister had an Irish-ish accent when she was gobbing off whilst lying on the floor with broken legs).

Three days later she is alleged to have stabbed to death a 54-year-old male from Staffordshire. She then self-harmed with a hammer & jumped off a bridge over the A50 breaking both ankles & fracturing her skull.

She’s been under police guard at hospital  until very recently when she was charged with murder & remanded into custody. In the biggest ‘no-shit-Sherlock’ comment since someone said Jacqui Spliff was a two-faced, back-stabbing old bitch, Stuart Muldoon, defending the mad Swedish bint, said a psychiatric assessment of Ericksson would have to be made before any plea.

If you can’t get the original Traffic Cops footage, you can now find it on YouTube.

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  1. bill says:

    Obviously, all this was a cry for help . . !

    September 28th, 2008 at 22:47

  2. Kay says:

    When I originally saw the clip I couldn’t believe she was let out of hospital just 6 hours later having been run over twice, sedated and seemingly having been high on drugs (although it may have been pure adrenalin.) It was obvious she needed psychiatric help! Unfortunately the mental health facilities are so poor in this country that you HAVE to resort to EXTREME measures to get treatment at all. I know that from personal experience! But I have to say that this clip is the MOST extreme cry for help I’ve ever seen and it’s really sad that she was released after just 6 hours – I’m guessing with no psychiatric evaluation, and then went on to commit murder as a result. I hope she gets the treatment she needs. I’ve said for a long time that the government need to put a LOT of money into the mental health trust if they are going to sort out this country’s problems. There’s an awful lot of people in prison who should be in secure psychiatric care instead! These people need help, not punishment. But it seems that when help is not available, punishment is the next safest option. No wonder there’s no spaces left in prison!

    September 29th, 2008 at 02:14

  3. John says:

    Since the gov are the ones DRIVING people mad, they are unlikely to spend our cash to restore us back to a state of sanity.

    September 29th, 2008 at 13:47

  4. Tony F says:

    Psst…Do you want a Mortgage?

    September 29th, 2008 at 22:27

  5. Noddy says:

    I’m not usually lost for…….

    September 30th, 2008 at 01:47

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