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  • ross1948 22:33 on January 8, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , good judge,   

    Don’t Blame The Judge – ‘Twas The Jurors! 

    Given the petition we brought to your attention earlier today…

    ….it’s interesting to recall too what we had to say a while ago, about what kind of political animals roam the mysterious jungle called the CPS…

    Migrants crossing Channel to claim asylum in UK ‘will no longer be prosecuted’

    Priti’s Legalice Stab Brits In The Back 

    We know Starmer held high rank there..

    Crown Prosecution Or Crimmigrant Collabos? 

    Hasil gambar untuk keir starmer


    …and now we hear from another person who toiled in its high-salaried corridors of power, one Nazir Afzal OBE…


    Nazir Afzal

    ….former chief crown prosecutor for the North West.

    Speaking of the affront to justice recently perpetrated in Bristol, Afzal had a right old rant.

    It’s a complete waste of time and damages confidence in the justice system.


    And yes, each ‘Not Guilty’ verdict in Bristol certainly ‘damages confidence in the justice system. .

    But that’s not what Afzal means.

    He thinks we should all bow down…

    …bend over and take it, whatever perverted notion of ‘justice’ animated those jurors.

    Not just we common folk get warned off, but Attorney General Suella Braverman MP too.

    She’s had warnings from others in the past…




    Honest MP Told – “Don’t Ever Mention Cultural Marxism Again!” 

    …who didn’t like hearing her identify The Enemy Within.


    So let’s hope she tells all those pinko creep shrills to sod off!

    Although I have often excoriated disgraceful judges and magistrates..


    And Nothing But The Truth, So Help Me God?

    …we must be clear, in this case, that they – the jurors, not the judge –

    Judge Peter Blair QC told jurors they must decide the case on the basis of the evidence they had heard, after raising concerns in their absence that undue pressure was being placed on them by excessive rhetoric from defence barristers.

    .. should be the object of good people’s righteous indignation!

    That Bristol judge also rightly told the noisy uppities watching the proceedings to desist from disorderly conduct.

    He also warned members of the defendants’ many supporters about their behaviour in court… 

    Were the jurors intimidated by the red rabble?

    Or was it just bad luck in the jury selection process that allowed too many empanelled…


    …who see the world from the same twisted angle as the undesirable accused?

    I don’t have the resources to get answers, but I hope somebody can.


  • ross1948 23:31 on October 9, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bank robbery, , , , good judge, Kenza Belakziz, , prosecution lawyers collaborating,   

    C’mon, Canada, Kick The Foul-Mouth Ingrate Out! 

    Hasil gambar untuk ungrateful bitch


    So the question is – should an alien ingrate get a slap-on-the wrist 6-month sentence when a real Canadian would face five years behind bars…


    Kenza Belakziz, 22, worked at a Calgary BMO when she provided her boyfriend confidential bank information so he and his friends could rob the bank. Belakziz pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery for being part of the inside job.

    Belakziz ‘pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit robbery..’


    …PURELY to ensure that she doesn’t reap the right and proper reward that all anti-social crimmigrants surely deserve.

    Kenza Belakziz enjoyed all the good things Canada has to offer for years and years, never cared enough for Canada even to apply for citizenship, then displayed her gratitude to her host nation by complicity in armed robbery.

    THEN, when faced with the reality that she might just get the sort of sentence that real Canadians might expect, Belakziz offered this insightful observation.

    ‘Five years – What The F–K!’




    It’s tempting to speculate if she perhaps felt slighted, if she’d been reflecting that, had she committed a different crime, say..shot dead an allied country’s soldier…Justin Turdo might well have handed her ten million dollars as a token of a grateful nation’s esteem.

    But no, that’s fanciful.

    What’s not fanciful is the fact that the judge in the case, who sounds like a sound fellow, is allegedly being badgered by attorneys to go easy on the rotten little bint.

    And His Honour sees clearly what they’re up to!


    Hasil gambar untuk justice david gates

    “You are asking me to impose a sentence that is, I believe, unfit,” said Court of Queen’s Bench Justice David Gates. “This sentence appears to be tailored for immigration factors.”

    “I am not a rubber stamp…

    If you read the linked story, you’ll see that, despite subsequent bleating about how she had second thoughts, she deserves all she gets. 


    Naturally, her defence lawyer is pushing hard on her behalf.

    That’s his job.

    But what is quite nauseating to read is that he asked the judge –

    ….to respect the negotiations between himself and prosecutors Vicki Faulkner and Ryan Jenkins, which brought both parties to arrive at a joint submission of a six-month sentence plus two years probation.



    That’s a damn disgrace.


    Canada, like any country, has plenty of home-grown criminals, who should be hammered when they break the law.

    One can’t deport them, after all.

    But when the chance is there to expel a worthless crimmigrant, it should be seized!



    For prosecutors, whose duty is to the decent citizens who pay their handsome salaries, to collaborate in a brazen strategy designed to let this whining whelp avoid the consequences of her bad choices…


    ….fire them!




    Belakziz will be back in court next month for a continuation of her sentencing hearing.

    • Arnold 00:01 on October 10, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      If she had taken out citizenship, then she would not have this problem.
      She decided not to, so why should we care if she has to return to her roots in North Africa now.
      After all is said and done, though?
      I think with Turdo in power, it won’t happen.


    • Miles Erner 11:53 on October 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I hope the judge stands his ground.
      Those prosecutors should be prosecuted themselves.


    • Hugo 07:49 on September 25, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      In the end she got 18 months. Who wants to bet she never gets deported? As one of the prime movers she should have got 6 years like the others. It was only good fortune they never killed anyone.


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