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Arson attack...
#1
Have been on Bajr for some years now but avoided posting/commenting, but some things just make you feel a little ill...

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/photo.php?pid=14593713&o=all&op=1&view=all&subj=349212591199&id=630425531

hope the link works.

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#2
I'm a firm believer in the punishment fitting the crime, make those responsible do the repairs. It might even engage them in the efforts of the project and the people involved in creating the roundhouse in the first place.

I always hate it when the media use the excuse of 'boredom' for such actions.
Prime practitioner of headology, with a side order of melting glass with a stern glare.
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#3
That's awful! Some people have no respect for others property or the time and effort they put into providing for a community. Hope they get the damage repaired soon and not at too much cost
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#4
indeed. if anyone can lend a helping hand i'm sure it would be much appreciated. look them up on facebook!
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#5
That's terrible! Me and other students from the University of Sheffield spent ages volunteering with that project, also getting many groups of local children involved. One of my friends in particular spent weeks helping over the cold winter months. How someone can show such a lack of respect to what was a rewarding and friendly community project is beyond me!
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#6
idiots !!!!!!!!!! a fitting Iron Age punishment should be meted out to the perpetrator's upon their apprehension...... this is a fantastic inner city resource Sad!
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#7
Read more here... and how you can help

http://www.bajrfed.co.uk/content.php?219...is-Torched
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#8
A terrible loss indeed, but could it be turned around to study the decline and natural decay of an iron age building with one of the buildings being used as a training dig in a few years to come?
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