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British teacher stabbed in Poland


R.U.R.
2 Jan 2014 #91
INSPE:Ihave already mentioned that the word unprovoked is redundant

Your mentioning it does not make it accurate.

The statement

INSPE:Ihave already mentioned that the word unprovoked is redundant

is based on this :

WE DO NOT KNOW WHO WAS THE FIRST TO USE THE KNIVES

which is a well known fact .
See for example :

INSPE: Do you know who was the first to use the knives ?

*sigh*No, I don't.

what are you, jon357, talking about ?
Explain , please
szczecinianin 4 | 345
2 Jan 2014 #92
I thought of replying to INSPE's idiotic points, but realised it would be a waste of time.

Please ignore him.
Ant63 11 | 403
2 Jan 2014 #93
There is always someone to defend the indefensible. Yawn
szczecinianin 4 | 345
2 Jan 2014 #94
Some drunk driver killed six in Kamień Pomorski yesterday.

Perhaps INSPE would like to have a go at defending that.

After all, we don't know whether the victims themselves were not drunk, and had they not been killed, they may have got in cars themselves and killed others.
OP jon357 63 | 14,255
2 Jan 2014 #95
They might have provoked the driver.

Sad that someone would try to excuse killing on the grounds of where one or more of the parties came from.
Guest
3 Jan 2014 #96
Ant63: "There is always someone to defend the indefensible"

I do not defend anyone , you, Ant63, and szczecinianin do not understand it, sorry

Harry: As you have already been told, if the men who have been arrested have been arrested without there being reasonable suspicion that they committed the crimes for which they have been arrested, they can sue the police for wrongful arrest.

And what is the meaning of Harry's messge ?

Harry's messge simply says about the wrongful arrest. For szczecinianin it is Idiotic too , no doubt about it.

But my point is different . It is possible that they all may be found guilty and this is what I want to say.
But it is also possible that this assuption will be wrong
szczecinianin 4 | 345
3 Jan 2014 #97
It is possible that they all may be found guilty

Of course, it is possible.

Just as it's 'possible' that we will find out that the six killed in Kamień Pomorski were all escaped homicidal maniacs, intent on causing murder and mayhem.
Guest
3 Jan 2014 #98
And I forgot to introduce myself. I'm INSPE

Harry: As you have already been told, if the men who have been arrested have been arrested without there being reasonable suspicion that they committed the crimes for which they have been arrested, they can sue the police for wrongful arrest.

What about Harry's messge , szczecinianin ? any comments would be highly appreciated
szczecinianin 4 | 345
3 Jan 2014 #99
any comments would be highly appreciated

Almost certainly you know nothing about this case other than what you have read ina few newspaper reports so why speculate?

Have you nothing better to do?

How about pulling the wings off butterflies, for example?
InPolska 11 | 1,821
8 Feb 2016 #100
Merged: Teaching foreign languages = very dangerous job in Poland ...

warszawa.wyborcza.pl/warszawa/1,34862,19598314,kajetan-poznanski-jednak-uciekl-za-granice-jest-wniosek-o-ena.html

I won't translate it but briefly: one guy from Warszawa killed and beheaded a teacher of Italian while at her place for a lesson.

Nothing to do with British teacher stabbed, (female) teacher was Polish. Was beheaded and the suspect has fled to Western Europe... Obviously there are a lot of nuts too in Poland ....
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
8 Feb 2016 #101
British teacher stabbed in Poland

Harry ???
InPolska 11 | 1,821
8 Feb 2016 #102
Come on!!! ;). Today's news is about a Polish girl killed and beheaded....
Ziemowit 12 | 3,612
8 Feb 2016 #103
C'mon InPolska! The headline of your thread is misleading. It is precisely teaching Italian that might be a very dangerous job in Poland...
InPolska 11 | 1,821
9 Feb 2016 #104
@Ziem: I had opened a new thread (since completely different and sorry much worse) but mods put it into an already existing thread. Without claiming the British guy being stabbed was "no big deal", what happened a few days ago in Warsaw is thousands times worse. (Polish) girl while giving Italian lesson was killed and beheaded by her "student', who has fled to Western Europe. For sure, there are crimes and agressions on a daily basis but this is rather "particular"

I am surprised that NO ONE has read/heard it in the news as in Poland it is in the main headlines.
Wulkan - | 3,251
9 Feb 2016 #105
looks like unless you are a language teacher your death in Poland is not worth mentioning on this forum.
InPolska 11 | 1,821
9 Feb 2016 #106
this crime is most probably the worst that has happened in Warsaw for at least ages. The guy is hiding somewhere in Western Europe and might commit more crimes. Sorry, more serious than a "British teacher" being stabbed (but still alive) while at a drinking party.

Well, I suppose some are "more equal" than others. The victim was Polish and she was teaching ... Italian so not too "interesting" for a lot of PF's members. May she rest in peace, my condoleances to her relatives and may the guy be arrested asap!
Chemikiem 6 | 2,113
9 Feb 2016 #107
I am surprised that NO ONE has read/heard it in the news

Can't find anything about it in English news.
A terrible crime and although thankfully events such as this are rare, it does highlight how vulnerable women especially are when giving private tuition in their own homes.

I'm sure this is going to make many women ( and men ) think twice about letting students into their homes in the future.
dhrynio 5 | 97
9 Feb 2016 #108
Here you go, thenews.pl/1/9/Artykul/239512,Manhunt-underway-after-Warsaw-beheading

And why was this merged? This is a totally different news story. Mods here are merge crazy.
InPolska 11 | 1,821
9 Feb 2016 #109
Absolutely, it should not have been merged with the post re Briitsh guy stabbed because completely different and much "worse". I read it first in French news (Le Nouvel Observateur) last night at 6:45 and then swiched to Gazeta Wyborcza which covered news widely. Strange that people living in Poland have not read about it.

Anyway, people will be scarred to have strangers at home..
Ziemowit 12 | 3,612
9 Feb 2016 #110
Strange that people living in Poland have not read about it.

Why do you think so? I can assure you that everyone in the beauty parlours of Warsaw were talking about this and nothing else yesterday.

Mods here are merge crazy.

Don't blame the mods. Teacher is a teacher; are they not?
Tictactoe
9 Feb 2016 #111
Teachers are stabbed to death in many locations not just the home. If you teach from home then you should have security in place, you are letting a total stranger in to your home, they can and could do anything.
Portnoy
10 Feb 2016 #112
Both are crimes of the highest order and should be dealt with immediately. Its strange that you people are comparing the two. Just because the other person isnt Polish doesnt mean its not as important.

May she rest in peace
InPolska 11 | 1,821
10 Feb 2016 #113
@Portnoy: it is not a matter of "hieararchy" based upon nationalities but of "hierarchy" based upon horrors. The British guy stabbed ended up at hospital and the (Polish) girl ended up cut into pieces and beheaded. Don't you see a difference? Her murderer is hidding somewhere in Western Europe and has Interpol after him. Sorry, quite a scary story! Big difference between a fight among drunk buddies and a dangerous psychopath!

Such a crime (fortunately) does not happen often in Warsaw and in Poland! I am most shocked.....
Chemikiem 6 | 2,113
10 Feb 2016 #114
For those who can't read Polish, here is an English language report on the crime :-

ibtimes.co.uk/kajetan-poznaski-manhunt-polish-hannibal-lecter-after-teacher-beheaded-samurai-sword-1542858
Ziemowit 12 | 3,612
17 Feb 2016 #115
Kajetan Poznański has been caught in Malta says the police.
mafketis 21 | 7,466
17 Feb 2016 #116
May I say that merging the poznanski case into a completely unrelated topic is one of the stupidest things the moderators have ever done?

What is the possible justification?


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