The Hun pulled up very steeply. Claim: 1 Arado destroyed, 1 Me 109 destroyed. Brown of 56 Squadron recorded in his Combat Report for 22 March 1945: I was flying Red 4. I saw little puffs of smoke on the fuselage and then a great burst of flame. I closed within 200 yards and fired observing strikes. I fired a 1-second burst from about 200 yds, 20 degs deflection, seeing no strikes. I was carefully watching for the 262 and spotted it crossing a runway.
Claim: One Me 109 destroyed. Looking round, I saw a Tempest about 400 yds. I pulled out to Starboard of the 190, but as it still continued to climb slightly heading N. I chose the one on the port side of Blue leader — he turned to port, I followed, giving him about ½ second burst. There was no question that the flick knife was an offensive weapon.
During July and August three more squadrons were equipped with Tempests; Nos. I chased them, at 700 yards I was able to hold on for three minutes at 450 mph, but could not close in. It can therefore only be used in limited circumstances. Following in the turns with occasional breaks, height was gained gradually to about 500 ft. Extrinsic aids are sources outside the Act external aids.
But the unelected judge simply applied the law literally to the case which flagged up the problem to parliament who democratically altered the Act to then make this a criminal offence. What was Parliament hoping to achieve? I closed easily in the dive. Allowing 1 ring deflection 1 fired a short burst and the 190 went under my nose. As I passed it, still in my dive, I recognized it as a Fw. On climbing after this attack we made a sweeping turn to the North East, and saw an Me 109 about 600 yds away approaching Red 1 from nearly astern. I overshot — pulled up sharply and came down on him opening fire from 400 yds with ½ ring deflection. I saw strikes at the wing roots with smoke from one of two of the bursts.
He did not attempt to turn so I closed to within 100 yards. I chased him and with 20° deflection saw hits. Therefore the courts have developed their own rules of statutory interpretation. Reid, Combat Report, 16 April 1945. This is confirmed by the rest of the Squadron. I found myself overtaking the enemy aircraft and Red 2 at high speed. The hun pulled out 500 ft from the ground and flew straight and level on a North Westerly course.
Shaw, Combat Report, 11 December 1944. Closing to 200 yds a short burst produced strikes on the fuselage. I followed and closed rapidly in the dive firing a short burst from 100 yards line astern. Ejusdem generis - General words which follow specific ones are take to include only things of the same kind. I saw a piece of the 109 come away and then it went into a vertical dive from 2000 ft. Rose, Combat Report, 1 January 1945.
Dopson of 80 Squadron recorded in his Combat Report for 27 December 1944: I was flying as Black 2 and when 5 miles N. Common law is subordinate to legislation. I called up and gave a warning and continued a climbing turn to Port. I followed one and caught it below 1000 ft, firing a short burst from 100 yards, angle off 45 degrees. He immediately blew up and went into the ground a ball of flame. In the case of Pickstone v Freemans Plc 1988 the House of Lords held that parliamentary debates could be used in interpreting delegated legislation.
I leveled off and flew along the top of him looking round I saw my Squadron going down on him. With the whole cockpit area on fire the 109 stalled at 3000 ft and spun in. This can be seen through the amendment to the Street Offences made a year after Bull to include male prostitutes. I last saw the Hun pilot descending in his parachute. They dived down to zero feet. By this time I had only my Nos 2 and 3 with me, No. I turned over on my back and followed him down to 2000 ft.
A presumption that the Crown is not bound by any statute unless the stature expressly says so 4. Levelling of it climbed steeply. A few moments later I heard Yellow 1 report enemy aircraft above and I saw at 8,000 feet, through break in cloud, 12 plus Me109's approaching us. Be able to explain the main approaches to interpretation, from literal to purposive. After crossing the Rhine, Huns were reported in the Helmond area and I asked the Controller if we were needed. It has been the most influential rule until recent times. Squadron up above as top cover, I took No.