Hurricane Hutch.

Police Sergeant (Hurricane) Hutch.
 
I am not a great fan of Cricket, probably because it must be one of the most difficult sports to understand.
But my Grandfather was a keen Cricket fan, indeed he was the secretary of his village cricket team.
This post is for him, as I am sure if he were alive today, he would be delighted at England retaining "The Ashes"
 
 
 

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They were the strongest team in the area .

 

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With eyes like a shit house rat and meaner than a scrap yard hound, he kept the peace.

 

He was renowned for his devotion to keeping the peace in Helmsley (North Yorkshire)

 and the surrounding villages and retired with an unblemished work record.

I always recall this piece of advice he gave me when I was about 15 years old.

"Never trust a woman with a bicycle and a man who does not like dogs"

He was an honest man with a fiery temper and when dealing with the local idiots he showed no mercy.

Hence his nickname

"Hurricane Hutch"

 Nobody messed with my Grandad and nobody messes with me.

Have a wonderful holiday weekend all and remember !

" let’s be careful out there"

 

Kenny (2dogs) Hutch.

xxx

 

 

 

 

 

20 responses to “Hurricane Hutch.

  1. well im safe here kenny i cant ride a bike and i love dogs lol never had a clip round the ear off a copper but got chased by a hells angel once lol hugs jen

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  2. Your grand-daddy meant business eh! It’s nice that you put up the photo’s of him and his team. I don’t really understand the don’t trust a woman on a bike thing but maybe he knew something I don’t, LOL!Take care, XXDonna

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  3. Sarah.It is madness to free a mass murderer be they guilty or not. But life is mad sometimes . As I have stated previously ( I hate repeating myself) "THE BIG ONES ALWAYS GET AWAY" The London syndrome as opposed to the Stockholm syndrome. " does not condone negotiating with terrorists" We shall never know the truth, because we are not "meant" to know.The strong take from the weak and the smart take from the strong.

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  4. Well he would say he was innocent wouldn’t he !!! and yes, the big ones always get away.Guess you will be watching the Shuttle lift off today :)hope the weather holds for it.

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  5. Good blog. I really enjoyed reading it. Your "Hurricane Hutch" looks and sounds to have been a real character. Definately not someone to be messed with;)) re your comment below I do hope we are going to learn more of this! Time to ‘write the book’ the fish are biting the bait ;))Lockerbie bomber-wise Megrahi was the only man ever convicted and has always maintained his innocence. Many of the relatives of the dead do not believe he was responsible for the 1988 attack-that those behind it are still out there. Although his release on ‘compassionate grounds’ is more likely to be on the grounds Lybia is a major oil exporter it still remains that Megrahi is a dying man. He has been sentenced by a higher power. Innocent or guilty he is already paying with his life.

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  6. LOL. Yes how I ended up in Middlesbrough is an intriguing story. During the war my father was in the military police, he met my Mother ( a native of Middlesbrough ) who was doing her bit for Queen and country in a little village called Kirkbymoorside. I was born in Middlesbrough. When my father returned from service it was to the devastating news that his Mother had died and his two sisters (who were nurses) had died from TB. Also old Hurricane had married the maid. My father died a very sad man. But I am different !!! There you have a taster if you wish to learn more then read the book, " If I write it " Sorry about last nights result, but don’t worry. You have my old mates son Stewart. He can deliver ball’s into the box all day long and scores some fine goals.

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  7. Hello Kenny,The good old days when a quick clip round the ear and a stern word from your local bobby would keep you on the straight and narrow unfortunately have gone now.Civil liberties, police brutality, and allegations of assault for even touching someone with your finger have seen to that.Hurricane Hutch.. good moniker, I bet there weren’t many problems when he was on the beat..ruffians would know what would hapen to them if they got caught… a propper copper.I particularly like his advice to to you "Never trust a woman with a bicycle and a man who does not like dogs"… I can understand the dogs ( especially in a rural area ), but I’m not so sure about the woman on a bike????How did you manage to end up in Middlesborough? that must be a story in itself.Regarding the freeing of that Lybian fellow, I’m in agreement with you… Scotland’s powers of justice have made a big mistake in my eyes.He has gone home to a heroes welcome, paraded all over the tv, feted by no less the Gaddaffi himself.. I can’t even imagine how all the relatives of all those people who died feel.Was it done out of compassion..( call me cynical, but whats the betting he goes on to live a bit longer than the original time scale ), or has there been some sort of trade deal done between Lybia & the two faced, hypocrital crooks that run our countries…and will we ever find out?There is some evidence that it wasn’t in fact him, and that he was a patsy, given up by the big G again for a trade deal…do the scots have evidence that we dont know about..and again where does that leave the relatives??have a good weekend old son, good luck if you go fishing,all the bestwoof woof !

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  8. Natalia. You "can" teach an old dog new trick’s, but it must "want" to learn them !!!Shimona.You are spot on about freeing terrorists and yes all terrorists are poisoned to the bone. Now that begs the question, just what would we have done with his bones after he had decomposed ? Would we have sent them back to his people and feel content in the knowledge that justice had been done. A better idea would be to display his skeleton on Lockerbies ground zero. Like the vermin on a farmers fence.

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  9. Shimona from the Palace

    Freeing terrorists only invites more terror. What "compassion" did that spawn of Satan show to his victims? It’s a pity they didn’t manage to kill him "attempting to escape" or "resisting arrest" or something like that.Kenny, I agree the Lockerbie bomber should have been left to rot in prison, but don’t you think the dogs (yours, in particular) deserve something better to eat? 😉 That’s like offering them poison!

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  10. Good Night Kenny.Your words and thoughts of today have been thought provoking. One person’s perspective may differ from another but I believe the eyes of the world share a common consensus. The problem arises when a cultures beliefs becomes so distorted that it loses sight of the goal. Hitler initially had a good theory with regard to the development of a post war nation. However, he was fundementally a very sick individual whose meglamania got the better of him. As Sarah Ellen states we cannot undo what has already passed but learn from history. It just doesn’t seem to be that effective does it? Mankind has been around for a very long time and you would think we would have learnt by now with regard to genocide etc. What’s the saying? "you can’t teach an old dog new tricks." Or can you?

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  11. Hmmm, to some extent I agree BUT I had a brief taste of Libyan poitics back in ’84 and I am not entirely convinced that slaughtering scapegoats is the way to go – put the truly guilty parties there, including Bush and Blair and then I would be happy enough. Everything has something positive within it and all are lessons learned. This is a step on a path which is becoming increasingly more slippery for some traversing it. You take a personal stance I prefer to sit back and look at the overall picture. This is indeed a sad mess but it has its place on the world stage just now. We cannot change what has gone by only what comes next.

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  12. Nothing positive could ever be derived from mass murder. Except perhaps the return of capital punishment.Scotland could have saved all that food they gave him and give the money saved by not having to keep him alive. To the devastated families of the victims. Now that could be considered to be positive.

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  13. Oh I won’t forget, another four air minutes later that would have been us not Lockerbie and I was just feeding my newborn daughter when we heard the bang! I simply we meant we can’t undo what has been done and should find a positive angle to it xx

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  14. OK Sarah, let us forgive and forget…until the next time !!!

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  15. Well what’s done is done – and it must be saving the taxpayers a few bob not havin to feed him.

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  16. In a vain attempt to portray the Scots as compassionate and civilised, the Scots minister MacAskill achieved nothing more than to rub copious amounts of salt into the wound. By ignoring the screams of protest from around the world, he belittled Scotland. That evil bastard should have been left to rot in prison and his bones fed to the dogs.We all smell rat’s but there are reasons why we, the great unwashed are not meant to know the truth.The function of policing the world would be a great deal harder if the world was aware of all the facts.Secrecy is the key to success.Why should Bush have apologized for America ? Have the Jap’s apologised for Pearl harbour, did the Erics apologise for the slaughter of millions of Jews, did the French apologise for selling Exocet’s missiles to Argentina so they could sink English ships. Apologise mean nothing to me, anyway it is a sign of weakness. Bush could have been a little more diplomatic, but then again diplomacy was never a strong point of his. Neither was he a strong politician. he just followed in his fathers blood spattered foot steps and made the world even more unstable than it already was.

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  17. Compassion is supposedly a christian virtue, illustrated by the comments on Kennedy’s death. The same man who helped finance the IRA. Why was information about the Heathrow security breakin, hours before the plane left london, withheld from that blokes trial? The Scots minister used the word compassion. A word not used when the USS Vincennes shot down Iran Air Flight 655, a civilian Boeing 747 carrying 290 passengers, including 66 children, earlier that year. Vice President George H. W. Bush says of the incident: “I will never apologize for the United States of America. I don’t care what the facts are.”

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  18. Crime and punishment are very difficult to balance.I don’t know who’s scales they were using when they "set-free" the Lockerbie bomber, God’s perhaps !!!Compassion my backside.

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  19. Lol – all copper’s were like that ! Close to where I lived was a real Dr Who ‘Tardis’ where they phoned into the station at regular intevals whilst on the beat. . . . . No riding around in cars – they upheld the law and if that meant a clip ’round the ear’ole – so be it !!!!

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