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Crime Time Inc is not just another True Crime Podcast – it's a portal to the past, where you'll hear stories from retired police officers who were on the frontlines of investigations, facing challenges that tested their skills, intuition, and determination. These tales will transport you to the heart of the action, revealing the unvarnished truth behind the headlines. We're delving into a diverse range of historical cases that continue to intrigue and haunt us to this day.


Hosted by former detectives Simon McLean and Tom Wood.


Edited and produced by Chris Burt.



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In this episode of Crime Time Inc., our host, Simon McLean, interviews Mike Bonventre, an extraordinary guest from New York. Mike details his life story, beginning with his family's encounter with organised crime in 1957. His father, an honest exterminator, was approached by the Mafia but refused to collaborate, earning respect within the criminal community. However, years later, after selling his business, Mike’s father lost everything due to fraudulent dealings by the Mafia. Determined to fight back, Mike collaborated with law enforcement to bring down the mob, leveraging his business acumen to recover stolen assets. His undercover work led him to infiltrate Mafia operations and gather key information, aiding in massive embezzlement busts. Despite the inherent dangers, including multiple assassination attempts, Mike successfully protected his family and ensured justice. Post-undercover life, Mike became a consultant, helping businesses protect themselves from fraud and working tirelessly to combat the drug trade in neighbourhoods. This gripping episode reveals Mike's dual life as both a crime fighter and a criminal, offering a unique perspective on justice and law enforcement. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Tunnel Vision

Tunnel Vision

2024-06-1646:10

In this episode, Simon and Tom engage in a detailed discussion about the evolution of crime investigation, particularly focusing on the mistakes made by senior investigating officers (SIOs) in the past. They explore the concept of 'tunnel vision' and how biases and assumptions can lead to missed opportunities and unsolved cases. The hosts reflect on historical cases, emphasising the importance of a systematic approach to training and information sharing among law enforcement officers. They highlight how modern advancements like computerised systems and forensic science have dramatically improved investigative practices. Examples such as the World's End murders and the Elaine Doyle case illustrate how previous investigative shortcomings were often due to the limitations of the time rather than incompetence. The conversation also touches on the impact of media representations on public perception and police procedures. The episode concludes with insights on how a culture of learning from past errors and continuous improvement is vital for the success of modern law enforcement. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
CSI Strathclyde

CSI Strathclyde

2024-06-0949:47

In this episode of Crime Time Inc., the hosts, Simon and Tom, welcome a special guest, Martin Lupton, a seasoned crime scene investigator. Martin shares his journey from his initial aspirations in aviation to his career switch to the police force, detailing his 31-year tenure starting in 1982. The discussion delves into significant cases he worked on, including the chilling murder of Amanda Duffy in 1992 and the harrowing case of young Mark Cummings in 2004. Martin recounts his meticulous work in forensic photography and scene examination, highlighting the critical role of initial photographs and detailed scene analysis in solving crimes. The episode provides a detailed look at the complexities and emotional challenges faced by forensic officers, underscoring the importance of thorough and methodical police work in bringing justice to victims. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this gripping episode of Crime Time Inc., hosts Tom Wood and Simon dive deep into the haunting tale of Burke and Hare, the infamous 19th-century body-snatchers of Edinburgh. The conversation begins with some light-hearted banter before transitioning into the chilling details of Burke and Hare's gruesome activities, providing listeners with a vivid picture of Edinburgh's socio-economic backdrop during that era.Tom sheds light on the savage deeds of Burke and Hare, explaining how the desperate poverty and stark societal divide created an environment ripe for their vile trade. The duo's method of luring vulnerable individuals and selling their bodies for anatomical study to the revered Dr. Robert Knox is meticulously discussed, underscoring the grim reality of unregulated medical practices of the time.As the story unfolds, Tom narrates the meticulous investigative work of Sergeant Major Fisher, whose prompt actions led to the apprehension of the notorious criminals. Simon and Tom explore the legal intricacies surrounding the case, including the controversial decision to grant immunity to William Hare in exchange for his testimony against Burke.The episode also delves into the aftermath of the trial, detailing the public's violent reaction and the eventual legislative changes that followed, such as the Anatomy Act of 1840 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode takes a deep dive into one of Scotland's most notorious cases - the story of Burke and Hare, infamously known for their grisly serial murders in 1828 Edinburgh. Our hosts, Tom and Simon, explore the background of these crimes, beginning with the initial interactions between Burke and Hare and setting the stage with detailed descriptions of 19th-century Edinburgh's social and economic climate. The discussion highlights the duo's murderous escapades, fueled by the demand for fresh cadavers in medical research, which was booming in Edinburgh at the time.The podcast meticulously unpacks the cold case methodology used by Tom, revealing insights into how Burke and Hare preyed on the vulnerable to supply bodies to Dr. Robert Knox and his anatomy students. Key details include their first accidental venture into murder, their selection of victims, and the disturbing method of smothering the victims to leave the bodies unmarked for medical dissection.Sergeant Major Fisher's role in arresting Burke and Hare is given significant attention, showcasing early forensic investigation and the challenges faced by the Edinburgh police in navigating the city's divide between the upper echelons and the underbelly. The episode closes on a reflective note, discussing the broader implications of Burke and Hare's crimes on the legal, societal, and medical landscapes of the time, setting up anticipation for a further exploration of the case's aftermath and its lasting legacy on criminal and medical history.Using AI we were able to convert a contemporary sketch of William Burke to the incredibly detailed high definition image you see associated with this podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this compelling episode of Crime Time Inc., we welcome Jane Hamilton, an esteemed crime reporter with over 25 years of experience in the field, delving into the depths of crime journalism and exploring the intricacies of unsolved cases. Jane shares her journey from aspiring to join the police force to becoming a leading investigative journalist in Scotland, shedding light on her accidental debut into fiction writing and her profound commitment to bringing justice through her work.Throughout the episode, Jane discusses the transformative moment that reshaped her approach to crime reporting, emphasising the paramount importance of empathy and victim advocacy. Highlighting her book, 'Justice for Mary,' Jane unfolds the gripping tale of Mary McLachlan's murder and the relentless pursuit of truth by Mary's daughter, Gina, leading to the groundbreaking conviction of the culprit decades later. The conversation also touches on the evolving landscape of journalism, the critical role of social media, and the challenges faced by female journalists in a predominantly male-dominated field.Join us as Jane and our hosts delve into the symbiotic relationship between the press and the police, exploring how this dynamic has shifted over the years and the impact on investigative reporting. As we navigate through Jane's storied career and her insights into the true cost of crime reporting, this episode promises to leave listeners pondering the balance between pursuing justice and the human stories behind each case. Don't miss this introspective journey into the heart of crime journalism with Jane Hamilton on Crime Time Inc. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Undercover Cop 2

Undercover Cop 2

2024-05-1247:18

"Undercover Cop 2" unfolds as a candid conversation between Simon and Tom, offering a deep dive into the world of undercover police work. Simon shares personal anecdotes and insider perspectives, shedding light on the complexities, risks, and ethical dimensions of operating undercover. The discussion starts with lighter moments, including banter about wearing a new Crime Time Inc sweatshirt to a football game, but quickly pivots to more serious matters.A notable focus is the portrayal of undercover work's misrepresented nature in crime fiction, contrasting it with the gritty reality experienced by officers. Simon reminisces about his initiation into undercover work, not through formal selection but by slowly becoming indispensable for covert operations due to his unique skill set and mindset. He highlights the emotional and psychological challenges, notably discussing how his daughter's terminal illness affected his career and undercover role, turning his personal tragedy into a compelling part of his legend.The script is rich with stories of traditional and innovative undercover methods, stressing the paramount importance of blending in seamlessly. Both Simon and Tom reflect on the danger of becoming too entangled in the criminal world, touching upon the fine line between gathering intelligence and becoming an agent provocateur.As the conversation unfolds, they touch upon the evolution of undercover work, the intense pressure and isolation involved, and the critical need for effective management and support systems to safeguard the officers' mental well-being. The dialogue culminates in a discussion on the necessity and risks of undercover operations, acknowledging the unsung heroes who navigate this perilous balance for the greater good."Undercover Cop 2" is not just a narrative on the tactical aspects of undercover work but a profound exploration of its human elements, showcasing the sacrifices, moral dilemmas, and indelible impact on those who shoulder this burdensome yet crucial responsibility. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
PTSD Recovery

PTSD Recovery

2024-05-0747:18

In this compelling episode of our podcast, we dive deep into the transformative power of physical fitness and discipline, particularly focusing on PTSD recovery and battling addiction through strength training. Our guests, Bobby Preston, a renowned global strength coach, and John Mullen, share their groundbreaking work in helping individuals overcome mental health issues, addictions, and the lingering effects of trauma through a meticulously crafted physical training program.Bobby and John elucidate on how their unique approach, integrating quantum physics alongside traditional strength training techniques, has changed lives by not only enhancing physical attributes but also instilling a newfound sense of self-worth, discipline, and mental resilience in their participants. They share touching testimonies of individuals who, once perceived as weak and hopeless, have emerged as strong, confident, and in full control of their lives.The conversation also covers the critical role of recovery in both the physical and psychological realms, emphasising the necessity of disciplined training sessions interspersed with recovery days for true transformation. Furthermore, the discussion challenges conventional rehab methodologies, advocating for a more holistic and rigorous approach to overcoming addiction and PTSD.This episode is not just a testament to the indomitable human spirit but also serves as a clarion call for adopting alternative recovery methods that address both the mind and body. For anyone grappling with trauma, addiction, or simply seeking a radical shift in their life outlook, Bobby and John's insights offer a compelling pathway to regeneration and empowerment.You can view the Preston Power YouTube channel here Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Undercover Cop

Undercover Cop

2024-05-0547:27

Dive into the thrilling world of undercover operations with 'Simon Undercover'. Join Simon as he recounts his extensive career diving deep into the shadows to blend in, gather intelligence, and emerge unscathed. From his early days of accidental bar fisticuffs to elaborate surveillance stings and setting up undercover operations, Simon shares vivid anecdotes that blur the lines between the law and the life of a covert operative. Featuring candid revelations and chuckles over mishaps, this series offers a revealing look into the psychological toll and the fine art of maintaining a double identity. Tune in as Simon and Tom navigate the murky waters of undercover work, uncovering truths often stranger than fiction. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In a compelling episode of Crime Time Inc, hosts Simon and Tom Wood engage in a riveting conversation with John Murray, a key figure in the pursuit of justice for the murder of Yvonne Fletcher. Narrating his 40-year dedication, Murray recounts his pledge made to Yvonne Fletcher, a colleague fatally shot outside the Libyan embassy in London in 1984, to uncover the truth and seek justice. Despite the daunting challenges and apparent lack of support from official avenues, Murray's unwavering commitment led him to initiate a series of actions unparalleled for an individual. His journey took him to Libya and into legal battles in the UK, culminating in a historic civil court victory that marked a significant milestone in this enduring campaign. Beyond seeking accountability, Murray's actions have shone a light on the often-obscure interplay between politics, diplomacy, and justice. His experience also serves as a stark reminder of the profound emotional and psychological toll on those who find themselves at the confluence of such events. The episode not only delves into the details of the Yvonne Fletcher case but also explores the broader implications of government and intelligence actions on individual lives and the quest for truth and justice. Murray's story is a testament to the power of resilience and determination in the face of adversity, making this episode a must-listen for anyone interested in crime, justice, and the indomitable human spirit.You can buy the book No Ordinary Day by Matt Johnson and John Murray here: No Ordinary DayYou can help the fight for justice for Yvonne here https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/trial-for-the-murderer-of-yvonne-fletcher/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this gripping episode of Crimetime Inc., we delve into the chilling case of Yvonne Fletcher's murder, exploring its profound impact on UK policing and the intriguing political backdrop of the 1980s. Our hosts Simon and Tom Wood engage with guest Matt Johnson, shedding light on the intricate details surrounding the 1984 tragedy and its lasting legacy. Fletcher, a dedicated Metropolitan Police officer, tragically lost her life during a demonstration outside the Libyan Embassy in London. This case stands as a defining moment in UK policing history, marked by the unfortunate distinction of being the only instance where the murder of a police officer was captured live on TV. Matt Johnson, with his deep connections and tenacity, uncovers the layers of intrigue, political maneuvering, and the dark underbelly of international relations that followed the incident. The discussions lead us through the complex narrative of Fletcher's life and career, the immediate response to her death, and the ensuing decades of pursuit for justice by her friend and colleague, John Murray. Murray's relentless drive unravels a tangle of secrets and government complicity, exposing shocking truths about UK dealings with Libya, involving oil sanctions and underhanded political deals that prioritised economic interests over justice. This episode not only commemorates Fletcher's legacy but also serves as a stark reminder of the sacrifices made by law enforcement officers. It challenges us to ponder the ethical lines crossed in the name of national security and the ongoing battle between moral responsibility and political strategy. 'No Ordinary Day: The Truth Behind the Murder of WPC Yvonne Fletcher,' authored by our guest Matt Johnson, offers an even deeper exploration into this dark chapter of UK history, providing compelling evidence and firsthand accounts that illuminate the enduring mysteries of Fletcher's story and the controversial actions taken by the government in its aftermath.You can buy the book No Ordinary Day by Matt Johnson and John Murray here: No Ordinary DayYou can help the fight for justice for Yvonne here https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/trial-for-the-murderer-of-yvonne-fletcher/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Season 1 Review

Season 1 Review

2024-03-2443:04

In the finale of season 1 of the True Crime Podcast, Crime Time inc, Simon McLean and Tom Wood reflect on the thrilling journey of their podcast, Crime Time Inc. They start off with light banter, quickly diving into a heartfelt discussion on the impactful episodes they've shared, covering cases from the World's End Murders to the controversy around the Murder Mile. Tom reminisces about the emotional stories they've brought to life, particularly the tales of Angus Sinclair and Robert Black, highlighting the unique emotional depth their true crime podcast has achieved. The duo also express eagerness to hear from their listeners, encouraging feedback and suggestions for future topics, underscoring their commitment to covering a wide variety of subjects in law enforcement and criminal justice. They discuss the significance of discussing PTSD among police officers, brought to light by their guest, Ian Andrew. Simon and Tom delve into the importance of having a platform for narratives that are often overlooked or misunderstood, emphasising their mission to bring genuine, nuanced true crime stories to the forefront. Moreover, they touch on potential future topics including hate crime legislation, the use of informants in policing, and the ongoing debates around drug policy reform. The finale also teases the excitement for Season 2, promising to delve into high-profile cases like the murder of Yvonne Fletcher and continuing to explore the complexity of crime and policing with an array of guests. 'Season 1 Review' encapsulates the essence of Crime Time Inc., bridging untold stories with a global audience seeking depth, understanding, and conversation around criminal justice issues.Visit our website crimetimeinc.comPlease help our channel. Please buy us a coffeeYou can buy the books mentioned in the podcast's by clicking the links belowTom's Best Selling Book:Ruxton: The First Modern Murder Paperback EditionRuxton: The First Modern Murder Kindle EditionSimon's Best Selling Book:The Ten Percent Paperback EditionThe Ten Percent Kindle Edition Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The podcast, titled 'The 1984 Miners Strike,' features a conversation between Simon and Tom, focusing on the major social and political event of the 1984 Miners' Strike in the UK. The discussion begins with a friendly exchange about their respective locations' weather, setting a tone of camaraderie. They quickly transition into deeper topics, starting with inquiries from a listener named Jane Cameron concerning the Glasgow Ice Cream Wars and leading into the more substantive topic of the 1984 Miners' Strike.Tom, who has firsthand experience and knowledge of the strike, shares extensive insights into the causes, the strike's unfolding, and its long-term consequences. He highlights the critical background of the early 70s' miners' strikes and the political landscape leading up to 1984, emphasising the complex interplay between politics and labour actions. Tom recounts his experiences and observations, indicating the strike's immense impact on communities, the police force's role, and the subsequent inquiry into the policing of the strike. He underscores the lasting effects such industrial actions have on local communities, the police's difficult position, and how these events shape public and institutional memories.Simon and Tom delve into the broader implications of the strike, discussing the failure to transition and support workers post-industrial decline effectively, touching on the significant theme of change management in the face of shifting economic bases and technologies. The conversation encapsulates the Miners' Strike from various angles, offering a comprehensive overview of its historical and social significance.You can buy the books mentioned in the podcast's by clicking the links belowTom's Best Selling Book:Ruxton: The First Modern Murder Paperback EditionRuxton: The First Modern Murder Kindle EditionSimon's Best Selling Book:The Ten Percent Paperback EditionThe Ten Percent Kindle EditionMatt JohnsonNo Ordinary Day Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Beat Goes On

The Beat Goes On

2024-03-1054:49

In this podcast conversation with former police officer Simon, retired Deputy Chief Constable Tom Wood discusses his experience starting out as a policeman; specifically recounting his time in "B Division." Providing insight into various aspects of everyday police duty, everything from traffic duty to dealing with criminal cases is talked about. They discuss the role of supervisors and mentors in their early career, and the importance of these figures in showing them the ropes. Tom also revealed that his father was a police officer, and they were both sergeants at the same time - a unique circumstance which he believes is very rare. The conversation later shifts to the topic of promotion within the police force, and understanding the struggles that accompany such process. Simon explains his experiences with the accelerated promotion scheme, while Tom emphasises the importance of passing promotion exams early in the career.You can buy the books mentioned in the podcast's by clicking the links belowTom's Best Selling Book:Ruxton: The First Modern Murder Paperback EditionRuxton: The First Modern Murder Kindle EditionSimon's Best Selling Book:The Ten Percent Paperback EditionThe Ten Percent Kindle Edition Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode of 'Crime Time Inc.' engages in a retrospective conversation about the murder case of Sheila Anderson in the 1980s. The hosts, Simon and Tom, deeply explore the investigation of this unresolved case. They discuss the impact of Sheila's murder on changes in the law enforcement approach to the sex industry in Scotland, highlighting the various challenges faced. They scrutinise the concept of a 'Zone of Discretionary Prosecution' — an informal arrangement in the Leith area of Edinburgh which was aimed at controlling and ensuring the safety of the street sex work scene. However, this zone eventually dissolved due to the gentrification of the area. Tom Wood emphasises that Sheila's case, while tragic, prompted a greater understanding of the sex industry and led to a more pragmatic management of the same, possibly preventing similar fates for others. The conversation also touches upon the change in the sex industry following the advent of the internet, making it highly elusive and dangerous with minimal police control. Amongst other discussions, the hosts also touch on the constraints of resources for investigation and talk about the multitude of unsolved mysteries that lie behind bureaucratic and resource-related considerations.You can buy the books mentioned in the podcast's by clicking the links belowTom's Best Selling Book:Ruxton: The First Modern Murder Paperback EditionRuxton: The First Modern Murder Kindle EditionSimon's Best Selling Book:The Ten Percent Paperback EditionThe Ten Percent Kindle Edition Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This episode revisits the unsolved murder of Sheila Anderson, a sex worker, in Leith, Scotland during the 80s. The hosts, Simon and Tom Wood, reflect on the tragic consequences of her heroin addiction and the circumstances that led her into sex work. They discuss how heroin transformed the social and law enforcement landscape in Scotland. The complete disregard of drug problems by older police officers and how the influx of drugs altered the sex industry are discussed. The hosts highlight the mismanagement of drug issues and its effect on society, ultimately leading to Sheila's murder. They address the shockingly chaotic and dangerous state of the sex industry during the heroin epidemic and how it attracted serious criminals. Social conditions, a rise in acquisitive crime, police inadequacy, and societal insecurities are touched upon as they elucidate the challenges and risks sex workers faced during this period. Tom emphasises how the police realised the gravity of the situation, recognising that they were sitting on a time bomb of potential homicides in the sex industry.You can buy the books mentioned in the podcast's by clicking the links belowTom's Best Selling Book:Ruxton: The First Modern Murder Paperback EditionRuxton: The First Modern Murder Kindle EditionSimon's Best Selling Book:The Ten Percent Paperback EditionThe Ten Percent Kindle Edition Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Expendables 2

The Expendables 2

2024-02-1846:57

In this riveting episode, we delve deep into the fascinating story of 'The Expendables'. We uncover the story of a convoluted German intelligence operation during World War II that ineptly attempted to infiltrate Scotland with spies. The episode discusses the key players in this operation, including the enigmatic figure, Vera Erickson. We learn that the mission was a complete disaster, marked by incompetence and desperate measures. Vera, a beautiful and manipulative woman, is highlighted as one who deftly navigates the convoluted web of espionage. Our co-host, Tom, undertakes a detailed cold case review of the operation, identifying key failures and fantastical elements that seem almost too absurd to be true. In the end, listeners are left considering the calamity of the operation, the mysterious nature of Vera Erickson, and the broader context of intelligence operations during World War II.You can buy the books mentioned in the podcast's by clicking the links belowTom's Best Selling Book:Ruxton: The First Modern Murder Paperback EditionRuxton: The First Modern Murder Kindle EditionSimon's Best Selling Book:The Ten Percent Paperback EditionThe Ten Percent Kindle Edition Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Expendables 1

The Expendables 1

2024-02-1136:52

In this fascinating episode of Crime Time Inc we hear how when Tom was promoted to Deputy Chief Constable, he found a a knife in an envelope in a cupboard which was taken from a prisoner during World War Two. This led Tom to research and uncover an amazing story which he has named The Expendables. Tom tells us about the background to the spy network employed by Germany to infiltrate Great Britain during World War 2. Tom explains how it all went wrong for Germany when France fell much earlier than anticipated and spies were required at very short notice to provide information about British defences.We are introduced to 3 spies in particular who landed in the North East of Scotland, including Vera Erikson, who was known as The Beautiful Spy.You can buy the books mentioned in the podcast's by clicking the links belowTom's Best Selling Book:Ruxton: The First Modern Murder Paperback EditionRuxton: The First Modern Murder Kindle EditionSimon's Best Selling Book:The Ten Percent Paperback EditionThe Ten Percent Kindle Edition Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Crime Time Xtra PTSD 2

Crime Time Xtra PTSD 2

2024-02-0548:23

In this episode of Crime Time Xtra Simon McLean talks to Bobby Preston and John Mullen who have teamed up to help people suffering from PTSD.Bobby is a former world champion power lifter and John is an addiction counsellor.Together they are a formidable force and they discuss their lives, experiences and how they can help anyone overcome PTSD.Bobby's YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/@prestonpower4729 Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this, the final episode of The World's End Murders, we hear how Angus Sinclair becomes the first person ever in Scotland to be tried twice for the same crime. Our own Tom Wood was there every day of that trial and he describes in detail how the events unfolded and how 'the most evil man in Scotland' was finally convicted, 37 years after The World's End Murders and is given the longest sentence ever handed down by a Scottish court.Tom pays tribute to all the officers, scientists and families of the victims for their contribution throughout the investigation.In this episode we find out about operation Trinity which was headed up by our own co-host Tom Wood. Operation Trinity was established to look into the many murders that Angus Sinclair may have committed. A series of identical murders linked to Sinclair presented the Police with a problem, another man had already been convicted of one of the murders.Tom also tells us about the important role one of the victims father played in the investigation.We also hear about the trial of Angus Sinclair and the verdict that shocked the nation.You can buy the books mentioned in the podcast's by clicking the links belowTom's Best Selling Book:Ruxton: The First Modern Murder Paperback EditionRuxton: The First Modern Murder Kindle EditionSimon's Best Selling Book:The Ten Percent Paperback EditionThe Ten Percent Kindle Edition Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Billywoofsdog danielniamh

He talks absolute rubbish about the strike.

Mar 17th
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