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Guy Procter  says:

Partner of jailed biker: "We could lose our house"

The partner of jailed 122mph speeder Robert Bennett says she¹s afraid the 47-year-old Hayabusa rider will lose his job and the house they share as a result of his conviction.   Bennett was sentenced to six months in Exeter jail last week after being filmed riding at 122mph with his 14 year old son riding pillion. Christine, Bennett's partner of three...

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Jun 07

Posts: 486


this is the thing with only gets handed out to the people who don`t deserve it.......first time burglars flog them...second time cut hands off.....third time death.....adjust accordingly for murder,paedo`s etc...but that won`t happen as they need help!..they are good people at heart aand just need 50 chances to straighten their lives that time they`ve killed,raped,burgled loads of people and they are 40yrs old,,,but hey what do i know,it`s the middle class arsehole civil servants who know best who protect them......READ MY LIPS DOGOODERS...U  ARE A BUNCH OF SPINELESS WANKERS

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brutale r


Dec 07

Posts: 3242

brutale r says:


just anti bike bullshit

next time he rides he should carry a gun  be drunk and on drugs  that way he will get off with a slap on the wrist

if he had been in a car with the kid out of a seat belt what would he have got

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Dec 08

Posts: 5

122 ?

Just watched the video on youtube.

Hard to tell what speed he was doing on the straight section of road, But i don't believe he was doing anywhere near 122 around that corner hardly leaning over and in the wet. Looked more like 70 tops. Maybe i'm wrong ?

Also i didnt see a brake light go on , assuming he was doing 122 when the camera first picks him up , maybe he just backed off the throttle for the corner. 



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Mar 07

Posts: 5

olliewallie says:

Jailed Biker

If the video clip we have seen was the basis for the prosecution of 122mph speeding offence then there is something very wrong with the justice system. Unless he was clocked prior to the clip then his solicitor needs shooting as there is no way that bike was travelling at 122mph....look at the lean of the bike in the bend, 60-70mph tops. Why did he plead guilty?.....surely legal advise was to put your hands up so that the punishment will be less severe. Wrong! he should be appealing his conviction!!.

Then we come to much commented the hell can you go to prison for speeding when criminals walk free or near enough as makes no difference, after all sorts of horrific crimes.

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Sep 07

Posts: 4

ZXR250A says:


I saw on the local news about a car accident on the A52 in lincolnshire, the driver that caused it all went to court and was acquitted on three counts of causing death by dangerous driving but found guilty on a lesser charge of driving without due care and attention. It was caused by him over taking a car with a minibus and collided head on with a car comin in the opposite direction killing 3 people, he only recieved a 2 yr ban.  Where is the justice in that! once again it shows you will get a harsher sentence for just having a motorbike!

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