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Gang members ‘animals’ says firearms policeman

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Tangye's initial tweet

A firearms policeman with a history of controversial Twitter posts has used the social media platform to describe gang members as "animals".

Sgt Harry Tangye was commenting on a video that compared gang members suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to troops in a warzone.

He was criticised for his views on mental health by some Twitter users.

Sgt Tangye later apologised for his "bad choice of words".

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PC Wannabe

You can't speak with commonsense nowadays, you end up having to apologise.

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Sceptre

There'll always be apologists for criminals, but I suspect more people liked or retweeted it than have whinged...

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ParochialYokal

Research has revealed that gang members experience PTSD. Just because they experience this, does not mean that there should be any sympathy towards them.

It isn’t a ‘kick in the teeth’ to troops to reveal the conclusions of academics in an evidence based study.

This guy isn’t the sharpest tool in the box if he confabulates all of these factors and cannot identify the nuance of what is being said.



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