This is such bollocks
I don't know why the filth even bother defending their own behaviour. Apart, of course, from the old adage that "any excuse will do for a tyrant".
If speeding is so wrong, why was it positively encouraged, and allowed to continue for miles, when a flicker of blue lights would have ended this apparently deadly practice?
How come such behaviour is so, so deadly in this country, while on the continent it is common practice to travel at such speeds? (ok, our shite-awful roads might have some bearing on this.)
Why do the filth lie and say, "The law is the law. Same for everyone." ... when we know damned well it ain't true. Soldier doing 130mph in a car? Carry on, private! Footballer doing over a ton? Expensive lawyer gets you off, on the ludicrous grounds that his misses can't drive and is too famous to catch public transport. (And incapable of taking a taxi too, apparently.)
If you're a cabinet minister who yaks on a mobile, crashes her car, then leaves the scene of the accident - that's fine. Police themselves get off more often than not with a masonic handshake.
So let's cut the crap, Mr. Filth - it's not necessarily dangerous practice to speed, if it was you shouldn't have encouraged it, definitely shouldn't allow it to go on so long, and should have given the biker the opportunity to put his hands up earlier.