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  • ross1948 16:03 on January 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: crimminal sex-predators, , John Worboys, , ,   

    Worboys The Beast – C’mon, Brits! Donate For Justice! 

    A week or two ago, we published this fairly unequivocal expression of opinion…

    Worboys Deserves Death – Hardwick Deserves Dismissal! 

    John Worboys.

    John Worboys.

    , and now you readers in the UK have a chance to do something about the case.

     There’s a crowd-funding campaign been started for a judicial review into the disgraceful plan to release the sex-fiend Worboys:

     http://www.crowdjustice. com/case/challenge-worboys- release 


    You can read my previous post and reignite your indignation about how…

    ….or just go to the funding link and chip in a few bob or a few hundred quid, depending on your means!

    The May Government’s so-called Justice Minister has bottled out of serving the interests of  justice. He won’t seek a judicial review, leaving the beast’s victims to seek help where they can.

    Or read this extract from an excellent article written by a clergyman, a rare reverend who talks sense, for the Freedom Association, which sums up what many people think about what’s going on…



    …and why people are outraged by Theresa May’s spineless government and its refusal to step in and act for fair play.  

    “…the sorts of people who operate the Parole Board – like the sorts of people who get appointed to the Supreme Court or those members of the House of Lords who, only a fortnight ago, voted further to restrict press freedom – are not as other men.

    • They don’t think and act as we think and act. They are a privileged elite and they consider themselves to be in possession of finer moral sentiments than we ordinary mortals.

    Shockingly, you and I can do nothing to oblige these tribunes of the people who are really the enemies of the people to come to their senses and change their minds and their policies.”  As Peter says in his article for us

    • Vanessa 16:43 on January 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I had read about this a few days ago and meant to donate but forgot.
      Thanks to your headline, I was reminded and will ‘chip in ‘ tonight.
      The Parole Board are exactly as the vicar says in is article.
      So irresponsible and so out of touch.


    • Petra Malley 17:04 on January 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      All those celebrities with their white roses at the Grammy Awards?
      They should be sending 1% of the money they spend on their ‘sexy’ gowns to this good cause..


    • Knox 21:30 on January 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It is not enough just to get the judicial review.
      Most if not all of the Parole Board members must be replaced by non-elites.
      I would offer the idea that the majority should be people who have suffered injury or bereavement at the hands of criminals.


  • ross1948 21:51 on January 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: John Worboys, Nick Hardwick, , ,   

    Worboys Deserves Death – Hardwick Deserves Dismissal! 

    John Worboys.


    This pig is named John Worboys.

    He’s a vicious serial rapist and if the UK were not a sick society he’d have been put down for his heinous crimes. Instead, he was sent to prison for an indefinite period.

    After only eight years, he’s out…


     The chairman of the Parole Board, Nick Hardwick.


    ….thanks to THIS simpering swine, whose name is Nick  Hardwick.

    John Worboys release: parole chief sorry for failure to tell victims


    He has yet to give ANY explanation for the scandalous release of a dangerous predator by the Parole Board, of which he’s chairman.

    Gambar terkait

    He claims he’s bound by rules from telling the pig’s victims why it’s been unleashed, and that may well be the case.

    But that’s not why he should be fired, along with every single member of his board. Their dismissal is appropriate because there is NO conceivable excuse for letting Worboys roam British streets ever again.

    If their decision results in Worboys committing any other crime, they should be in the dock alongside the accused.

    Any guilt proven against him should be shared fully with those who put him in a position to prey on people.

    What do you think? Tell me if you like, but more importantly…


    The Parole Board for England and Wales
    52 Queen Anne’s Gate
    SW1H 9AG 

    Contact form https://www.gov.uk/par…

    • Edward Lamont 22:30 on January 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Of course he should have been executed.
      His release by Hardwick’s merry men and women? I find that just staggering.


    • Diana 22:44 on January 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Impossible to disagree with you or to understand that Board.
      So unjust and an insult to his victims.
      I will contact them and tell them what I think of them.


    • Pamela 23:15 on January 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      British justice? .
      Once upon a time we could be proud of it.
      Now it no longer exists.


    • Bobby Dewar 11:51 on January 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Hey, Ross, I just read that Theresa May could be ready to change the law ‘to force the Parole Board to make its decisions public in the wake of public outcry over the release of rapist John Worboys..
      That was in the Telegraph.
      Looks like the uproar you and all the others created has had the desired effect.
      Keep up the good work.!.


    • Petra Malley 20:14 on June 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      This comes from the BBC today.
      ‘He pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to two counts of administering a drug with intent to commit rape or indecent assault on four other complainants. He will be sentenced on 2 September.’
      It refers to Worboys.
      So what is happening about reforming the parole board that wanted to release him.


      • Vicki 22:04 on June 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        I remembered Ross had got into this case, Petra.
        It was dreadful there were plans to release Worboys.
        Now something like justice may be done, but the Parole Board probably still has most of the same members who had to be forced to back-track by court order.
        They should be retired and replaced by victims of crime.


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