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John Galt
31st January 2007, 12:39
than the victim? The last sentence of this article http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/bristol/6313513.stm just about sums this country up really.

Paddy
31st January 2007, 12:50
than the victim? The last sentence of this article http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/bristol/6313513.stm just about sums this country up really.

Criminals don’t have any more rights than others. It is just because the way the legal system works. The Courts, Judges, Barristers (Who are also part time Judges) and Solicitors have a vested financial interest in creating work for themselves. The sooner the better that the financial incentive of dealing with this cases is reformed.

On the other side are the untold cases where innocent people are taken to Court and found guilty because of poor case investigation and poor legal representation.

Sockpuppet
31st January 2007, 13:05
Simple. Just replace all immigration case workers with BNP members.

Next.

The Lone Gunman
31st January 2007, 14:27
Make it quite clear that if they want to stay they have to stay on the right side of the law.

It is not oour fault that their own government wants to kill them.

This may cause pangs of conscience when we send someone to a death sentence for a parking fine, but fook em I say.

hugebrain
31st January 2007, 16:11
Saw one in the paper a day or to ago. Burglers stole a guy's laptop. He called the police but they couldn't be bothered to do anything about it.

So, the guy offers a reward for the laptop's return...

Police around straight away and threaten the guy with arrest - if he pays the reward, they'll do him for "handling stolen goods" :tantrum:

Mailman
31st January 2007, 16:32
and Solicitors have a vested financial interest in creating work for themselves.

You havent got a f8cking clue what you are talking about.

There is no money in criminal law (unless you can get really famous defending scum like that muslim chick thats defending all those terrorists).

Mailman

Paddy
31st January 2007, 16:52
You havent got a f8cking clue what you are talking about.

There is no money in criminal law (unless you can get really famous defending scum like that muslim chick thats defending all those terrorists).

Mailman

Your vulgar reply shows the common level you are from and the total ignorance that shows up in your posts. Barristers are paid thousands of pounds a day in criminal cases. Some cases run into millions of pounds.

Are you so blind that you do not see even some of the high profile cases where people have been imprisoned for years only to be found innocent at a latter date. Go and get some education. You ignoramus.

expat
31st January 2007, 17:47
Your vulgar reply shows the common level you are from and the total ignorance that shows up in your posts. Barristers are paid thousands of pounds a day in criminal cases. Some cases run into millions of pounds.

Tony Blair's biography (http://www.number10.gov.uk/output/Page4.asp)


The son of a barrister and lecturer, Tony Blair ... studied law at Oxford, and went on to become a barrister himself.
...
Mr Blair is married to the barrister Cherie Booth QC

OwlHoot
31st January 2007, 19:19
Saw one in the paper a day or to ago. Burglers stole a guy's laptop. He called the police but they couldn't be bothered to do anything about it.

So, the guy offers a reward for the laptop's return...

Police around straight away and threaten the guy with arrest - if he pays the reward, they'll do him for "handling stolen goods" :tantrum:

Chortle. Believe it or not "returning stolen goods without prosecution" was a capital offence in the 18th century, to deter characters like Jonathan Wild (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Wild) from running scams where for payment they would offer to return stolen goods to their former owners.

Trivia time: Skimming that Wikipedia article reminded me of the origin of the phrase "double cross" as in "betray" - Jonathan Wild kept a notebook listing all the thieves he was running. When he planned to arrest one, in his capacity as "thief-taker general", he'd mark their name with a single cross, and when that thief had been duly convicted he'd add a second cross.

xoggoth
31st January 2007, 20:10
Yeh send em back. If they get killed, tough. Other country's citizens are not our responsibility. If we allow genuine asylum seekers to stay it should not be a right but charity.

vista
31st January 2007, 21:41
This country is for making money - thats it!!

Once you've made your pile get the feck out and live somewhere else, at the last count there are 36 other countries that are better places to live than here so no one can say there isn't a choice.

Board Game Geek
31st January 2007, 23:41
Once you've made your pile get the feck out and live somewhere else, at the last count there are 36 other countries that are better places to live than here so no one can say there isn't a choice.

I think I've worked it out.

Big Brother is Neu Labourazi and we're all up for Eviction (*)

* Unless you vote Labourazi, are ethnic, claiming asylum, etc etc etc