Edit: I also think your post is probably what Nolan was going for. It was seven years later but we were still very fresh in a post 9/11 world, seeing government say, man there some bad guys out there, we need to take away x to ensure y. Looking at government do that, the institutions of law, Nolan probably said, why wouldn a dude who dressed up as a bat in a real world setting push boundaries as well?.
Steven Gunn, 40, who has previously been handed a six year stint behind bars for assault and robbery, admitted breaking into the property in Ballantrae, Stewartfield, on August 5 and stealing a set of car keys.Hamilton Sheriff Court heard that the home owners, a couple in their early 60s along with relatives in their 20s, were asleep within the property when they heard the sound of a disturbance coming from downstairs at approximately 6.15am.’Roadworks cost me a fortune. But I’m still standing’: East Kilbride pub boss vows to bounce back after roadworks chaosFiscal depute Callum Forsyth said: “One of the males within the house went to investigate and saw glass strewn across the hallway.”The front door was smashed with a large brick. He observed the accused standing in the hallway with a key for a Ford Fiesta which was taken from a sideboard in the hall.”The fiscal went on: “When the accused saw the householder standing at the top of the stairs he fled and the man gave chase.”The accused was tripped up and both he and the male householder fell to the ground.”East Kilbride newsagent is have a go hero after tackling hammer wielding robberAt this point two other men from within the house, including the home owner, gave chase and assisted, with one of them sitting on the accused until police arrived.The car keys, which were for the Fiesta parked in the driveway, were still in the accused’s hand at this point but were taken from him.Police were called and arrived shortly after with the accused cautioned and charged.
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