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  • ross1948 00:25 on January 18, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: acquittal, obstructing railway, ,   

    UK's Selfish Stinkos Acquitted – Another Anti-Justice Jury! 


    One of many adjectives one might deploy against the trio of selfish old turds just acquitted by a jury in England.


    Two self-righteous clerics, Reverend Sue Parfitt, 79 and Father Martin Newell, 54, plus an arrogant ex- university lecturer, Philip Kingston, 85, ‘were unanimously acquitted at Inner London Crown Court of obstructing the railway following their protest at Shadwell Station on October 17 2019.’ 



    So the anti-social threesome WERE NOT ‘obstructing the railway’ when Kingston ‘superglued his hand to a Docklands Light Railway (DLR) train, while Rev Parfitt and Father Newell climbed on the roof and said prayers for the planet, shortly before 7am?’

    So all the decent folk anxious to get to work or go about whatever other lawful activities they wished to do were NOT prevented or significantly delayed by the Stinkos’ self-indulgent antics?



    After that bone-head Bristol verdict…

    Carte Blanche For Mayhem In Highgate Cemetery? 


    … we might be tempted to  conclude that the latest variant of the Chinese Virus is having a deleterious impact on at least some British people’s capacity to weigh evidence.


  • ross1948 20:55 on August 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: acquittal, , , Ian Thomson, idiot prosecutor, , , Port Colbourne,   

    Thomson Acquitted, OK! Now Fire The Prosecution Fool! 

    Having lived far, far away from my birthplace in Perth County, for very many years, I only get a little bit of Ontario news these days, unless I’m searching for something in particular.

    So when I stumbled on this story about a man up in Port Colbourne, put on trial for defending his life and his property from attackers of evil intent…



    …I was shocked.

    After three men tried to burn down his home while he was inside it, Ian Thomson shot at them with a legally owned gun. He was charged with four crimes. He never should have been charged in the first place. But an acquittal on all counts will have to do.


    Nice to find a journo with a sense of justice, but this result should NOT have to do!

    Whichever lame-brained lawyer/bureaucrat pushed on with this prosecution when it should have been dropped, piling on horrendous psychological pressure on the victim of a monstrous assault, should be named and shamed and fired ignominiously!

    Hasil gambar untuk fire him

    And no pension!

    He  ( or she ) has brought the system into disrepute.

    If anything, Mr. Thomson should be held up as a grand example of a good, brave citizen.

    It’s just a pity more people don’t open fire – and kill – the sort of criminal scum who attempt home invasions and the like.

    • Petra Malley 20:03 on August 21, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      This is very much like the case of that old Englishman about 20 years ago, who shot and injured one of two gypsy criminals who invaded his house to rob him..
      He was convicted despite a nationwide outcry.
      I don’t think the law has been reformed since, although it should be.
      Anybody should have the right to defend his home by any means.


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