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Scots Guard Removed From Wedding Duty

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04/24/2011 02:23 PM
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Scots Guard Removed From Wedding Duty
Scots Guard removed from Royal Wedding duty for making vile slurs against Kate Middleton

Bearskin, 18, called her 'posh b****' and 'stuck-up cow' on Facebook after perceived snub

Said he fantasised about shooting Jews while on duty

Described London as a 'Paki holding cell'


Sounds like a decent bloke too me

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

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04/24/2011 09:57 PM
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Re: Scots Guard Removed From Wedding Duty
The paper says he's a 'boozer, not a thinker' because he calls the bitch a 'fat cow' and calls London a 'Pakistani holding cell'.

Sounds like a normal brit soldier to me.
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