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calendar   Saturday - July 02, 2016

Inspector General’s Report on Hillary Clinton: Uncooperative Liar.

Right now I’ve been trying to get settled back in at home (which is hard when we have to be ready to leave at the drop of a hat) and have been working on the big anniversary post that will be coming up. HOWEVER, I promised that I would make a post about the Inspector General’s analysis of Hillary’s e-mails, and I am as good as my word, old news as it may be.

But first, a word of introduction is probably necessary to explain what kind of paper this is. Firstly, this paper is not fundamentally about putting Hillary and her staff alone under a microscope and calling her out for bullshit. It’s easy to imagine why given a lot of the reactions people have had- and particularly the vampire before cross reaction the Klinton Kampaign has had- so it might come as a bit of a disappointment. However, this is less about Hillary Clinton and more about the State Department as a whole.

Namely it’s the IG doing an autopsy of the State Departmen over the last several years and several Secretaries of State. It is sort of a list of “What went wrong under whose tenure?” Which means that it might not have the sheer juiciness that a blog post calling Clinton out specifically has. That, and it is lengthy and *VERY* Dry. 

But the other side of the coin is that it also is very thorough, and it handily refutes Clinton’s expected spin that this is all a horrible partisan hack job unfairly targeting poor Hitlery. While it does seem like- as someone Charitably called it- the State Department has had a hard time transitioning to the modern age and screwups were endemic, Clinton’s rampant breaches of security are in a class by herself.


Read it All. It’s Well Worth It. It’s well worth it, and with the media and White House being what it is, it’s important WE Know the answer.

FactCheck.org has a nice set of Highlights for your reading pleasure.

To quote the reaction of the Former AF Intelligence friend I mentioned..

I’ll volunteer for the firing squad.
That’s all I can think of reading this report.


Also fuck this Gration guy. Him resigning is NOT how it’s supposed to work.,
Fucking
jail
time.
That fucker needs to be wearing orange, yesterday.
But no, he’s special, the law doesn’t apply to
All this “Clinton BELIEVED she was complying… TOOK STEPS TO comply...” is horseshit too.

The law rarely gives two shits about your intent. They even have a specific phrase for this!!
“At the time you knew OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN”

I can be held accountable for the ENTIRETY of USC, ALL of the IRS Tax Code, every single environmental regulation, whatever bullshit illegal requirement BATFE decides to fart out..... and that’s just on the FEDERAL level. The same thing applies to the State too.

Because, “at the time I knew or should have known” the law, I was in violation. And the fact that the law exists is deemed sufficient that I should have known it.

So, no, this bitch needs a lead brain transplant.

Well, the United States respects no special citizens. And it’s time that more people understand what the hell has gone on with this. For more people to understand just WHAT Kind of Monster Hillary Clinton is.

So remember to spread these links around. As much as possible.




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calendar   Wednesday - April 27, 2016

File under WHAT THE HELL?: 9/11 Memorial Guards interrupt Choir students signing the National Anthem

I only wish I had nothing today. Because I think Nothing would be a better situation than this.  Choirs are proverbial for purity, honesty, and intelligence. When we talk of the scum of the day, what do we say? “He’s no choir boy.” So who has the nerve to hassle an actual choir?

Oh. That’s right.The people getting paid to guard the 9/11 memorial.

http://fox59.com/2016/04/26/middle-school-choir-ordered-to-stop-singing-national-anthem-at-911-memorial-gets-apology/

The Waynesville Middle School choir from Waynesville, N.C. was visiting New York City for a three-day trip last Wednesday when they stopped at the 9/11 memorial and decided to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” out of respect for the dead.

They never got to finish.

Before the song was over, two National September 11 Memorial & Museum guards walked over and told the students they had to stop singing.


Some of these guards didn’t even remove their hats out of respect, as you can clearly see in the video.

So, why might you ask? So glad you did that! Let’s have a look see.

According to the 9/11 memorial’s website, groups wanting to perform must first obtain a permit.


What’s that you say? A Permit? Let’s find out more about this. And indeed, yours truly managed to dig another juicy fact up.... though it is from See-BS. But I think you’ll forgive me when I point out what this means…

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/school-choir-stopped-from-singing-national-anthem-at-911-memorial/

Groups wishing to perform at the Sept. 11 memorial are supposed to apply for a $35 permit. The North Carolina group did not.


So, in short this was about monies. That you must apply for a permit to have a performance on public/gubment managed land. Ok, I have my misgivings with the extent the permit system has gotten to but this is a fairly reasonable limitation. HOWEVER....

Let’s look at that wording again. Really, Really, REALLY look at it.

Groups wishing to perform at the Sept. 11 memorial are supposed to apply for a $35 permit. 


Is there ANY INDICATION WHATSOEVER- has ANYBODY ALLEGED AT ALL- that the Choir *WISHED TO PREFORM* at the memorial beforehand? NO, I THINK NOT. What they Came Wishing To DO was to visit the memorial and pay respects to the three thousand~ murdered innocents that this memorial pays tribute to.

“We just wanted to show respect to the people who lost their lives,” another student added.

In short, the time during which they could in any way have been construed as “wishing to preform” must have been after they got into the Memorial itself, with a astonishingly small window of opportunity to file for a permit, pay the money, or solicit profit, publicity, new students, or in short ANYTHING THAT WOULD USUALLY MOTIVATE PEOPLE TO PREFORM. Which is what the law was mostly meant to REGULATE, mind: use of public spaces for premeditated agendas, ESPECIALLY for profit ones (which is a reason why you don’t see as many advertisements filmed at the White House even when a certain Neo-Bolshevik is not in it). And of course to make sure that the government gets its’ fair share (such as it is) for it.

But Wait. There’s more.

According to the 9/11 memorial’s website, groups wanting to perform must first obtain a permit. The Waynesville students didn’t have one, but did get verbal permission from a security guard that day, music teacher Martha Weathers Brown said.

Maybe she’s lying, but the See-BS page also echoes this.

Chorus teacher Martha Brown told Fox that one security guard at the memorial plaza had given the students permission to sing, but another guard told them to stop.


So in short: this started about monies. That you cannot preform certain acts of reverence (like a memorial tune, which just googling “Dirge” will show is one of the oldest forms of human musical expression known) on your own time, for nonprofit without bowing down and kissing the ring of BigGov for the privilege before paying up. Even if doing so would require a rather obscene expenditure for the occasion and- in this case- precognitive abilities. Because some half-wit overwrought bureaucrat somewhere decided that something like THIS could be reasonably viewed as a Performance.

And on the other hand: this is about Gov mugs not being able to get their right hand and left hand on the same page, because if we assume the teacher is honest (which granted may be a question) this NEVER WOULD HAVE HAPPENED- the very thing that got the memorial staff wringing their panties out- unless ONE OF THEIR OWN hadn’t told them it was A-Ok. Only for a few others to go in and contradict it.

If there was one story to epitomize one reason to distrust government abilities and people- not the big, spectacular, horrifyingly damaging ones like Benghazi or Clinton’s email server, but the mundane, every day things- this would be one of them. It ENCAPSULATES just how greedy and incompetent this unfeeling blob that we pour trillions of dollars, many people, and immense trust in can be when given openings to get too big for its’ britches. I just wish it didn’t have to happen like this.

Which brings me to the final snippet.

Brown added that she understands why they were told to stop and used it as a teaching moment about respecting authority, showing students that these rules are in place to protect a sacred space from people who might want to be disrespectful.


I’m sorry, but WHAT?

How can you respect authority that Can’t even make up its’ own mind?

How is a permit based cash grab demand based on a Highly Tortured reading of the term “preform” going to protect this hallowed ground?

Let me emphasize that this land is not private property. This is a NATIONAL MEMORIAL. It belongs to WE THE PEOPLE. And if there is a reason for it to exist AT ALL it is to honor the memories and allow for mourning of the murdered dead (ya know, kinda like this!) And here we have tweedledee and tweedledum interrupting a CHOIR doing that and trying to state that their authority (which is again given in trust to them by WE THE PEOPLE) gives them the right to interpret bureaucratic minutiae like this.

I am not an anarchist. I am not even sure I agree with the saying that “The government that governs best governs least.” I do believe that governmental authority DOES play a highly important role in maintaining and preserving our freedoms and other things.

BUT I ALSO KNOW THAT THERE ARE FIELDS WHERE THE AUTHORITIES DO NOT AUTHORIZE IN, BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO.

To quote the thing that empowers these authorities....

http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/bill_of_rights_transcript.html

Amendment IX

The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.

Amendment X

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.


So now the Memorial staff are saying they’re oh so very sorry, the guy reacted incorrectly, you’re welcome to come back..blah blah blah. Maybe they even mean it. But I think in many ways that it is less important than the fact that this happened at all. That some small cogs in the Federal juggernaut honestly thought that This of all things was worth worrying about or treading on their coffers. And the fact that even the teacher is telling them this is a lesson about “respecting authority.”

If we cannot go to lawfully mourn and remember our dead at the location dedicated Specifically to it- if we are forced to put what is essentially Deeply Inoffensive expression under scrutiny for fear that it will offend some bit of overwritten and invasive statutory or regulatory law- then I do believe we will have lost just a little bit of our freedom, and the terrorists who committed this massacre will have won a victory. A little victory, not the war, not something that gives them the Bag-tinted dystopia they want all over the world. But something that makes that victory Just A Little Bit Closer. And honestly if an invasive state keeps sticking its’ nose in and forcing us to heed it on this invasive level, sooner or later people might think that the change over to caliphate will be a matter of convenience.

What can I even say about this? I’ve written enough… so I’ll just ask that you please, Please read the Fox link. It has the video in all its’ nature. And consider letting our dear *employees* in the government know exactly what we think of this.




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calendar   Tuesday - March 22, 2016

law and disorder Update

You will excuse me I hope, for being so silly as to assume with no proof at hand, that the obligation of government is first, to protect the law-abiding from the lawless.  Or perhaps that’s only second on the list.
Lately, I have come around to thinking that maybe there isn’t any list at all. Or, perhaps there was a list but it has been stolen.  Has anyone seen such a list lately? 
I quit looking for one.  I’ve given up.  I believe that list has been a myth.
We’d stand a better chance of finding Excalibur than we would finding justice. 
And you don’t need me to point out a few examples, although I will anyway.

How many times should a person be, not just arrested, but convicted in a court of law for multiple crimes, before authorities say, “enough”.
How is it that a train mad fanatic in New York, USA, has managed to get himself arrested thirty times for the same offence?  And freed time and again to do it again.
Namely … steal trains.  Stole em and drove off .  Funny actually.  Why not just give the guy his own train?
There’s talk of a movie based on his compulsion. This is an extreme case I know. It’s still a crime however and the question still remains, how many times?

I have always loved trains.  Al Collins at KFI used to play tracks off LP’s of different trains, huffing and puffing and whistles and bells.  I used to have an LP like that too.
In the 40’s my mom and I crossed country from CT. to CA., and the lullaby of the rails would put me to sleep. Clickety Clack all the way to The City of Angles.
But I never wanted to steal a train.
I guess I just lacked imagination.

I guess it’s a measure of tolerance.  How far should tolerance extend before we just lose all meaning of the terms, Law and Order and Public Safety.
The “Train Man” as he is called, is pretty much on the lighter side of the news.

What is far more disturbing, discouraging and yes, even frightening, is the oft reported other, darker side.  That side where anything that can be called justice, is not to be seen.

How many excuses and how many crimes are, okay?

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A nineteen year old with an already very long record and who is referred to, as they do in these PC days as “Mr.”, drove a stolen pick up truck into a policeman while being chased.  The teen, Mr. Williams if you will.

He had only been released from jail three weeks earlier, for stealing a truck and leading the police on a high speed chase, which ended when he crashed the stolen vehicle.

It was alleged that he drove the truck at 50mph straight at officer Dave Phillips, who was in the process of trying to lay down steel traps.

Well, the jury in an OJ moment cleared the teen of murder, returning a verdict of manslaughter instead.  The dupes bought his story that that he did not intend to kill or even injure Officer Phillips.

During the trial, it was found that according to testimony, the perp, Clayton Williams, had been hooked on Cannabis since the age of six.  All the usual excuses were used.  Poor lad never attended school but over time, managed to acquire 33 convictions, prior to this latest life destroying episode.

Would it be unreasonable to assume that someone, someplace should have seen a light go on?  After the 5th arrest? Or the 10th ?  How about the 20th arrest?
But no.

Williams was given 20 years in prison. Even if he served it all, and what are the chances of that?  It is not enough.

Oh, I damn near forgot to mention it.

Mr. Williams had a friend along for the ride that fateful night. 
30 yr old co-defendant Philip Stuart, with a record of 57 offenses.

PC Dave Phillips, age 34.  Husband, son, father of two.  In 20 years he will still be dead, and his family still broken.

Because the lights weren’t on.  If they were, nobody was looking.

UPDATE
and he will be out in less than ten years. justice ?  really?  don’t think so.

After jurors cleared Williams of murdering PC Phillips it can be revealed that:

· Jurors were not told about Williams’ serial offending

· They did not know the passenger, a fellow burglar, told police that seconds before hitting the officer, Williams said: ‘Watch this!’

· The killer told jurors he cried afterwards and felt ‘sick’ when he heard of the death, but he had actually called his grandmother to say: ‘I’m going away. I’ve killed a bizzie.’

· Council workers were tasked with stopping Williams going off the rails but failed to hold meetings with him be

THE WHOLE STORY


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 03/22/2016 at 12:38 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - November 08, 2015

Rapist not named but brit tax payer foots his cost to travel cos he has ‘rights’

Never mind name the creep.  Britain can’t even (apparently) deport the scum.
It’s the very same old story told yet again, but with a different cast.  The crime the same, the victims all generally the same, and the response of courts is …. same old same old. 
Their legal hands are tied by the agreement EU member states signed up to with regard to human rights.  Nothing said of course about little things like, protecting the public, responsibility, punishment.

Now this brief article is important for me not due to the crime itself.
This is one criminal act among many, but the response dear reader is symptomatic of what I always refer to as, the west’s inability to defend itself.

Whether it’s against mass illegal immigration or crime on the streets,
Britain like the rest of Europe seem helpless against the laws in place that make it near impossible to deport killers and rapists, because they have “Rights” don’t ya know. 

As a citizen, your rights are to absorb the kicks and the stabs and the rapes and everything including fractured eye sockets and even your death. 

I have seen the headline here written a different way more than once but no answers that make sense are forthcoming.

WHY CAN’T WE DEPORT THIS RAPIST/KILLER ?

I found an interesting quote from Piers Morgan a few weeks ago.  It says a lot about how things are done and always have been.  Whether the subject is mass migration or violent crime and punishment, nothing has changed.  He was referring to his once stint as a talent judge on TV.
He said it’s a lot like being Prime Minister. 

The great British public would bring back hanging tomorrow if we let them.
Their collective opinion must be always respected,
but stoically resisted.

the following is from Platell’s People at the Daily Mail

Why can’t we name this rapist asylum seeker? 

By Amanda Platell

On the surface, it’s the kind of everyday tale of human rights lunacy to which we’ve become almost inured.
An Iranian man illegally entered the UK 11 years ago and his asylum request was rejected three months later. He appealed and that, too, was rejected. But he just stayed on.

In September 2009 he was convicted of rape and jailed for five years. Still no attempt to remove him, despite his clear danger to the public. He went on to father a child, was in prison again when the baby was born and separated from its mother shortly afterwards. And still he remained in Britain.


Now a High Court judge has ruled that, under Article 8 of the Human Rights Convention, we must pay his fortnightly travel costs to visit his child, as refusing to do so is a breach of his ‘right to a family life’.

This, of course, in addition to the tens of thousands of pounds he has cost us in legal fees.

But this case raises even more troubling questions. An estimated three million more migrants will reach the EU by the end of next year. Of the 750,000 who have arrived so far this year, half a million have claimed asylum.

And while the numbers are smaller for the UK, there is no doubt that many among this tide of desperation will end up here. It’s a mass migration on an unprecedented scale and cases like the Iranian rapist sap the very compassion out of the British people.

For I fear it is the most deserving and desperate asylum seekers who will suffer the inevitable backlash as pressure on housing and public services mounts.

And if we can’t even remove a rapist who has twice had his claim for asylum rejected, what hope is there?
Cases like this shake our confidence in a system that is clearly failing.

Look at the figures. Of the 314,000 asylum seekers whose applications were rejected in the seven years up to 2004, only 75,000 were removed.
Home Secretary Theresa May is making heroic strides trying to tighten the system, but is thwarted at every turn by the courts and the Human Rights Act, something David Cameron vowed to replace.

Perhaps most worrying of all is that we are not even allowed to know the Iranian rapist’s name. In court he was referred to as MG, no doubt to protect him and his child

What about the protection of the British public? Isn’t the whole point of the sex offenders’ register that we should be allowed to know the identity of the monsters in our midst?

Terrifyingly, he is just one of the 400 foreign murderers, rapists and paedophiles to successfully challenge their deportation orders in the past 12 months on human rights grounds.

To cap it all, he is challenging his asylum claim rejection for a third time.

It’s enough to make you want to leave the country.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 11/08/2015 at 12:40 PM   
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calendar   Friday - August 14, 2015

some people really and truly should be dead.  i’d even include their lawyers.

Okay … why does the media and even our military accommodate this thieving, traitorous flaming faggot by calling him a her.  HIS name is Bradley damn it and as long as he has male parts I don’t care if he wears a wig and lisps my name is Chelsea.

Now I haven’t a clue as to why he should not have been reading a popular magazine, or what the rules are.  But it’s pretty clear that while being in jail is usually no bed of roses, more and more creeps like this are pushing their “rights” and making a few up as they go along.  And of course they have lawyers. 
In his case ….  one of the rules violated was he had out of date toothpaste.
I have no liking for this bastard whatever but …. what the hell is wrong with having toothpaste that’s out of date?  And maybe he hadn’t even noticed it was.

Oh and btw damn way.  How is it HE is allowed to write for a newspaper?  As reported here, he writes a column for the very left wing Guardian, based here in Britain.  Besides that, how about this. 

Manning has become a transgender rights activist and writer.

How does one become an activist while in prison?  Must have plenty of spare time and not much in the way of KP or work details. 

I guess at some point in time with taxpayer money, he’s already been approved for hormone treatments, he’ll go all the way and have his male part removed and become what he says he is. Well maybe during the operation they might make a mistake and cut the wrong way and he’ll f***ing die.  Seems to me there was a time when the death penalty applied to treason. 
But I guess fucking the country whose uniform you wore just isn’t as serious as once it was.
Too bad that.

As an aside …. with all the damn guns floating around in the USA, with ppl being shot or shot at, with literally millions of guns in private hands, why is it that not once has a patriot taken out a defense lawyer for people like Bradley Manning?
Just asking is all.

I caught this article in a liberal paper, so most of the anti American comments by ass wipe block heads who are all experts on us will not surprise you. But go ahead. Read em anyway.  It’ll reinforce why we’re on the right and conservatives.

The US Traitor, Chelsea Bradley Manning could be placed in solitary confinement for allegedly being in possession of the Caitlyn Jenner issue of a Vanity Fair, her his lawyer said on Wednesday.

Manning is currently serving a 35-year prison sentence after being convicted of espionage for leaking over 700,000 classified documents to Wikileaks while working for the military in Iraq.

Manning, who is transgender, is currently serving her his prison sentence at the Fort Leavenworth men’s military prison, where her his hearing in front of a panel of three people will take place in private, according to her his lawyer Nancy Hollander.

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Manning was also allegedly found with other reading material, an expired tube of toothpaste and is accused of disorderly conduct for sweeping food onto the floor and of showing disrespect, according to the Associated Press.

Her his supporters have launched an online petition claiming she he is being punished for “speaking out” and listed the four charges against herhim , which include ‘medicine misuse’ for the expired toothpaste.

Ms Hollander told AP Manning had requested the hearing be held in public.

“This is like prison disciplinary infractions in a civilian prison and there will be a hearing, but frankly it looks to me like harassment,” she added.

Hollander claimed a number of Manning’s books and magazines were confiscated, including a copy of Malala Yousafzai’s autobiography, the book Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy — The Many Faces of Anonymous, an issue of Cosmopolitan featuring an interview with herhim , and a copy of the US Senate report on CIA torture.

Since announcing her his transition in 2013, Manning has become a transgender rights activist and writer. She he is also a columnist for The Guardian.

Manning’s hormone therapy was approved by the US Government in a landmark ruling in February, although she he is not allowed to grow her his hair.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 08/14/2015 at 09:44 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - August 11, 2015

THEY REALLY DO NEED TO BRING BACK HANGING.

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Killer and victim and no death penalty.

Thank the bed wetting weepy hearted hand wringers for years, for this version of justice. 

Wouldn’t any reasonable person, even those who oppose the death penalty for fear of deleting the wrong person in error, wouldn’t even they recognize that there are extreme exceptions?  Like this one.  I guess not. And they have been calling the shots on the subject for years.
In cases like this, I would not make any exception, not even for the old insanity BS.  Justice, real and honest justice, is doing to the bad guy, exactly what he did to his victim. 

Recently, a 14 year old went to school with the express purpose of stabbing a teacher, which he did.  He gut stabbed him, went on Facebook and bragged about it, and got 60 plus likes back from other sick F***s.  It would be a good thing if those ass wipes were found and took a knife in the gut, so they could know what they approved of felt like. And same for the yoot who did it.  He’ll spend three years in some kind of youth jail and then be put in a program of some kind that authorities think will make him a reformed and decent member of society.  Or, so he will convince them as so many others have.

There’s the link if you want all of it. I’ve nothing more to say. The photos and headline and same story over and over again just with different victims of all ages and gender.

DRAW AND QUARTER THIS SICK FUCK

And what do ya make of this bit of nonsense?

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 08/11/2015 at 02:14 PM   
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calendar   Tuesday - June 23, 2015

SAD LOST BEAUTY AND THE STUPID,UGLY DUMB LOOKING BEAST AND THE LAW WHICH SUCKS

On the way out of the house, must be somewhere soon when my eye caught the unread front page of the paper. The headline did what it was intended to do, and so here I quickly am. Quite often lately I have had to ignore much as you will know by my few posts.
But this grabbed me in all its insanity.

Oh ... totally off topic for a second. Just to let you know. Piers Morgan is very, very angry at us (Americans) and he is sick of our gun culture and is sick he says of Wal-Mart selling guns, and sick of our politicians and all their platitudes after crimes like the recent church killings.
Just to update you on this American wanna be anti-gun icon. Who btw has a pricey home in Calif. and splits time between here and the USA.

Wish that idiot driver pictured above, could have run into Morgan instead of that innocent young girl.

‘After losing Liberty nothing could be as bad. But, saying that, if you’re found guilty of harassment without violence it is a five-year sentence. The killer of my daughter only got four years.

Guilty of grieving: Nightmare ordeal of heartbroken father who faced jail - for the ‘crime’ of ‘staring’ at the family of drug driver who killed his teenage daughter

· Paul Baker’s daughter Liberty was killed when hit by a drug driver last year

· Robert Blackwell tested positive for cannabis after hitting the 14-year-old

· But Mr Baker has now been accused of harassing his daughter’s killer

· Police began investigating following complaints from Blackwell’s family

· One of the claims was that Mr Baker had given the family ‘hard stares’

· He was due before magistrates yesterday to answer a harassment charge

· It was dropped at the last minute, but left him feeling like the ‘perpetrator’

By Rosie Taylor for the Daily Mail

A grieving father last night said he had lost faith in the justice system after being accused of harassing his girl’s killer.

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Police launched an investigation into Paul Baker, 47, following complaints from the family of death driver Robert Blackwell.

The 19-year-old tested positive for cannabis after mowing down Mr Baker’s daughter Liberty, 14.

He had also been speeding and lost control while texting at the wheel.

Liberty’s mother Maureen, 45, was so devastated by her death that she contemplated suicide at the spot where her daughter died.

But yesterday it emerged that police had conducted a lengthy probe into the complaints that her husband had given Blackwell and his family ‘hard stares’.

He was handed a summons in April – just six days after he and his sobbing wife attended court to see Blackwell jailed for four years.

Mr Baker was due before magistrates yesterday to answer the harassment charge, only for it to be dropped at the last minute.
The engineer said the threat of a jail sentence had made him feel like ‘a perpetrator instead of the victim’.

SOURCE FOR ALL THE STORY AND PHOTOS


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 06/23/2015 at 09:27 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - February 18, 2015

I like to kill people ….  comment from a girl of 12

A few disturbing things that might cause the old RCOB to appear.

What a world we have.  Yes, I know, down thru the ages from one generation to another the cry goes out that the current one is decadent beyond all reason, and some previous one much better in many ways.  But today, I do honestly believe we have raised what the late author Philip Wylie called , A generation of Vipers.  Not to be confused with the later sci-fi book. 

I have been reading newspapers from an early age.  Not because I was smart but because I was fascinated by the printed word and how writers expressed my world at that time.  I also listened avidly to the news on the radio and later TV.  And of course, the Gillette Cavalcade of Sports on radio and the boxing matches. Especially, most especially, when Willie Pep was fighting. 

Well anyway. what I am trying to say is that with all my reading and listening and watching of later TV, the kinds of crime being done and the age of the monsters committing them, was nowhere near as young as they now appear to be. 

A boy or group of boys as young as nine or ten committing rape of an 8 year old would certainly have made the headlines, just by the nature of the crime and the age of the vermin involved.  And that’s at the extreme edge of criminality, the lesser tho still unacceptable would be robbery and robbery with violence, again done by a much younger group.  Crimes by teens were not unheard of.  The news-makers in that group were generally Puerto Rican and Negro gangs, depending on the state and city. Italians also in some measure were heard from in NY.

Lately it hasn’t been simply a one off article about 8 year olds or 12 year olds.
These days, more and more very young girls, and white at that, are committing violent acts at a younger age. And they are not all from poor ghetto families with no education.  There are far different influences at play today, things the young are exposed to that we never were.  Heck. Porn?
I never heard the word at the age of 10 or even at 13. And I certainly would not have seen any.  Except once when someone showed me a cartoon, a cartoon mind you, that was .... well to be truthful somewhat interesting. But I didn’t even understand what I was seeing.

So ,,,, here are some examples. And these are only recent ones.

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Because as she wrote, I like to kill people.  Two girls involved here.

Morgan Geyser and her friend Anissa Weier were both 12 when they were charged as adults with first-degree attempted murder
The girls told cops they attacked their friend to impress Slenderman
Preliminary hearing being heard to determine whether Geyser should be tried as an adult and not a juvenile

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A LOT MORE TO SEE AND READ HERE

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And here in the UK from a morning paper comes another story of yoots too young to face criminal charges and will if caught, get curfew instead of having a hand cut off.

At the age of eight, they do know better. Even in my day, a more innocent time for sure, by 8 we knew right from wrong. I think the biggest difference is that in my day, we worried about punishment which we were certain would follow.

So here we have two 8 year old thugs in training who it is reported, attacked and robbed an 80 year old woman as she got off a bus, in broad daylight.  They got her purse and made off, they have not been found yet but might well be, because at that age they are sure to brag to their friends. Unfortunately though, “children” under ten can not be charged with a criminal offense, and can only be given a curfew or a child safety order.  What a joke that is.  Where’s the lesson in that nonsense?

I say break a few bones and fix them so they won’t be physically able to rob anyone anymore. Ever.  Hey …. ya gotta start em young so they learn, and their friends can take note too. 

And then there is this which reminds me greatly of a French TV series I have been watching.  Same thing, thugs on mopeds and very violent ones too, as well as affiliated girl gang as violent as the guys, and maybe more so.  To me, it isn’t just a TV crime drama.  It’s based on events that happen in real life.  I mean, when most of you like myself were in our teens or 20s, were there moped gangs running wild? There weren’t any mopeds I can recall. In this case, three scum get 23 years. But that isn’t 23 each. Where’s the justice in that?

Oh ... please forgive the digression but .... speaking of justice.  Hello and good wishes American taxpayers.

Bradley Manning now known as Chelsea, has been approved for a sex change operation.  You pay, you pay.  Warms the heart to know how compassionate our system is towards traitors.  ( vomit here)

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THE HAMMER-WIELDING MOPED GANG’S THREE MONTH LONG CAMPAIGN

March 5th, 2014 in Park Way, NW11. Victim hit in face with hammer and had watch taken.

April 11th in Platt’s Lane, NW2. Victim grabbed from behind and had watch, rings and chain taken.

May 1st in Farm Avenue, NW2. The victim was approached by suspect with a hammer. The victim was threatened and the suspect took her watch and phone.

May 3rd in Priory Terrace, NW6. The victim was sitting in his car when two suspects approached the car. They smashed the window and took the victim’s watch and money.

May 5th in Wray Cresent Park.The victim was walking along the road when he was approached and threatened with a hammer by the suspects. They took the victim’s watch, ring, phone, belt and sunglasses.

May 7th in West Heath Road, NW11. The victim was on her driveway when she was approached and threatened by the suspect. The suspect took her watch and ring.

May 14th in Asmans Hill, NW11. The victim was on his driveway when approached by the suspect and threatened with a hammer. The suspect took the victim’s watch and money.

May 17th in Winnington Avenue, NW11. As the victim and his wife were leaving the park they were approached by the suspects on mopeds and threatened with a hammer. The suspects took both watches and a purse.

May 30th in a petrol station in Wellington Road. The victim was approached by suspects on mopeds. They hit his car with a hammer and threatened the victim. The suspects took his watch.

June 1st in Kidderpore Avenue, NW3. The suspect followed the victim into his garage. Smashed his vehicle window and threatened him with a hammer. The suspects took his watch and wallet.

June 17th in Hamilton Terrace, NW8. The victim was parking her car when suspects approached on two mopeds. She was threatened with a hammer. The suspects took her phone and watch. The suspects then took her handbag from the back of the car.

June 20th in St Johns Wood Road, NW8. The victim had just got out of her vehicle when she was approached by the suspects. The suspects took her watch and handbag. Police were able to recover this handbag.

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caught dead to rights and not dead themselves.  and it’s called a justice system. yeah. some justice. not.


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calendar   Sunday - February 15, 2015

ok, here’s your pop quiz for the morning. guess the group the attacker belongs to

Whoops. I guess I had it all wrong.
I thought the idea of one law for one group and another law for another group was nowadays, passe.

Guess not, but not surprised either.

Just another good reason for going armed.

We can all guess who would have been on hand had the attacker been the wrong color.
Well, at least there won’t be any unruly protests by anti fascists and al sharpton. I guess that’s something.

Teenager who fractured 19-year-old’s skull with a single punch after victim asked him for a light in McDonald’s is SPARED prison

Caine Inyanga, 19, admitted grievous bodily harm and common assault
Punched teen after he asked for a light in McDonald’s, Middlesbrough
Adam Turner, 19, suffered fractured skull and tinnitus after attack
Inyanga given 16-month prison sentence suspended for 18 months
Also made subject of curfew, ordered to complete unpaid work and pay compensation

By Sam Matthew for MailOnline

A promising university student fractured a 19-year-old’s skull with a single punch after the victim asked him if he had a cigarette lighter in a McDonald’s restaurant, a court heard.

Caine Inyanga, 19, was spared jail after he floored Adam Turner in the violent early morning attack that left the tool maker unconscious on the ground.

Turner, also aged 19, approached Inyanga in the early hours of the morning in McDonald’s in Middlesbrough, Teesside, and asked if he had a cigarette lighter.

After receiving no response from the chemical engineering student the victim turned to Inyanga’s female companion and asked the same question.

Inyanga, who had been drinking and taking drugs, demanded Mr Turner and his friend ‘get outside now,’ said prosecutor Emma Atkinson.

The pair made it clear they did not want to fight, but he punched both of them, Teesside Crown Court heard.

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calendar   Monday - December 01, 2014

so I guess white lives don’t matter … no white protesters anywhere burning anything

a joke for the jail time.

He’ll be out in three. And at some point it’ll all be the victim’s fault. 

Anybody here ready to believe he doesn’t have a criminal record?  I didn’t see it in the article, but would be willing to bet he’d been done for this sort of thing before but got lucky no deaths.

scum!

You took two lives, not one’: What judge told drugged driver who killed dancer and her unborn child after ploughing into her at 70mph

Paige Jackson, 22, was 28 weeks pregnant when she was hit by the car

Was killed instantly and emergency caesarean section failed to save baby

Floyd Mangove, 22, pleaded guilty to cause death by dangerous driving

He was sentenced to seven years in prison at Leicester Crown Court

By Andy Dolan for the Daily Mail

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A dancer and her unborn baby were killed when a drug-fuelled driver mounted a kerb in his car, flew through the air and ploughed into them at more than 70mph.

Paige Jackson, 22, who was seven months pregnant with her first child, died instantly after being hit by the Volkswagen, which took off and spun 360 degrees after crashing into a sign in a 30mph zone.

Floyd Mangove – who had been drinking and smoking cannabis – has now been jailed for seven-and-a-half years, with victims’ relatives applauding the judge as he said: ‘I’m treating it as the death of more than one person.’

The 22-year-old, who had danced professionally and aspired to be a model, was killed shortly after setting off from home to walk to McDonald’s, where she was working extra shifts to earn cash in preparation for the birth.

Care worker Mangove, 22, who had climbed behind the wheel that February morning after a ‘rough night’, failed to negotiate a gentle right-hand bend before ploughing into the road sign.Martin Hurst, prosecuting, said: ‘His wheels locked and he mounted the pavement, demolishing a road sign with two upright posts which acted as a ramp, causing the car to take off and rotate 360 degrees, landing on its wheels.

‘In the course of the flight he struck Paige from behind, causing massive injuries to her head, abdomen and leg.’

He said the baby, who would otherwise have been born normally, died despite doctors’ best efforts. Mangove was arrested at the scene and found to have 142 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood. The legal limit is 80 micrograms.

He had been smoking cannabis. CCTV showed Mangove, from Leicester, was driving at between 71mph and 88mph in the build-up to the crash in the suburb of Aylestone.

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calendar   Sunday - November 16, 2014

is the only way still essex?  police response to rape of five year old not encouraging

As do many of you here at bmews, I belong to an older generation.  Hi tech in my world even before the first TV, was a washing machine that my Grandma did not have to wheel to the kitchen sink and hook up a hose for the water and drain at that point.
Radio was the major medium of entertainment back then, but by the time I was 12 or 13, TV was on the scene for a few hours a day.
I guess about the sexiest stuff young boys might have seen would have been in the movies of the day, and the Natl. Geographic, (YUK) and not sexy at all by the standards of today.
We did not have Playboy yet, porn was something some of us vaguely heard of without yet having seen it.
As things progressed the boys began to discover girls, and I would guess a good many girls wished we had not.

Now then ....  Having discovered the female sex the next major hurdle was just how to attract one of these new and exotic creatures and if that was done, what to do next.  Back then you’d be damn lucky to get a girl to say hello so lets not even discuss anything else of a most instinctive nature.

So here’s where I’m heading with this.

Rape!

Yes, I suppose in many places where some kids grew up lots faster and had different family examples, many matured early and even those who may not have still had a keen awareness of sex.
But in our part of town, in our school (1st thru 6th grade) I do not believe one single young girl was ever assaulted nor would any of our group been inclined to commit such an act.  And if anything like that would have happened, there would not have been the tolerance shown today.
It might not have led the morning news unless death was a result, but there’d have been none of this oh well the boy was young (12).
Even in my day ...12 and up was no innocent boy.  A juvenile?  Sure thing.  Innocent or too young to know better?  No way.

Not long ago there was a TV show here, we haven’t a TV set and I doubt I’d have watched it. It’s a generational thing I believe.
Pretty much as I understand it, another sex driven program. I may be wrong but .... the girls I’d see advertised in the papers were.  Somewhat sexy?

The program was .... and I believe it was also a slogan I never caught on to ....

The Only Way Is Essex.

Which is where this story originates. Doesn’t say a lot of good about the police there.  But we must not be too harsh as after all, the standards that once might have been in place apparently no longer are.

btw .... I kind of doubt any young girl of 8 would be articulate enough for the letter the DM says she wrote at 8. And the penmanship looks too perfect. 

The letter from a five-year-old rape victim that shames every police officer: Family’s agony as 12-year-old rapist is let off with caution and told: ‘Do it with someone your own age next time’

Couple’s five-year-old daughter raped by the 12-year-old son of neighbour
Told Essex police - what followed was catalogue of blunders and cover-ups
Three and a half years since the rape family are still waiting for justice
Family have spent £40,000 in legal fees and the culprit was only cautioned

By Mira Bar-hillel and Olga Craig for The Mail on Sunday

When Sara and Peter’s five-year-old daughter was raped by the 12-year-old son of a close friend, the couple were distraught. Not only had their youngest child’s innocence been shattered in the most unspeakable manner, but she had endured a horrendous physical and emotional trauma.

They immediately reported the assault to their local Essex police, in the belief that while they, as a family, would help their child come to terms with her ordeal, the force would pursue her attacker.

But the result was not the prompt conviction they expected. Instead – as documents seen by The Mail on Sunday make all too clear – they have been subjected to an extraordinary catalogue of blunders, cover-ups and betrayals by the officers they trusted to bring the culprit to justice.

It is three and a half years since the rape, and the family are still waiting.

In that time, Peter has been hounded through the courts, and the family have been forced to spend more than £40,000 in legal fees and lost countless thousands in earnings.

One senior officer admitted to the couple that the investigation of the case had been ‘piss poor’. Officers wrongly claimed that they had reported the case to the Crown Prosecution Service; omitted having the rapist’s name added to the Sex Offenders Register; neglected to take fingerprints, DNA samples or photographs; ignored opportunities to instigate a Section 47 child protection joint investigation with Social Care; and took limited disciplinary action against the officers involved.

And the culprit, who admitted the rape in a taped interview, escaped with nothing more than a youth caution, after being told by one police officer:


‘Do it with someone your own age next time.’

‘All of those who should have protected our daughter at such a vulnerable age have let her down,’ says Sara. ‘These people should be held to account. How can we ever have confidence in the police again? They dealt leniently with the rapist yet relentlessly pursued us.

‘Our family’s lives have been on hold. I feel like someone pressed the pause button on our lives and has never pressed play again. And our daughter believes no one in authority ever listened to her. Or ever will again.’

Their daughter, now eight, was so distressed at how she was sidelined that she wrote a letter to each of the child abuse officers involved.

Part of that letter read: ‘When I was five something very bad happened and it was your job to make sure he was properly dealt with and punished. But you didn’t do your job and you let me down.

‘This makes me sad, upset and angry because I am only a little girl. I am very disapointed (sic) in you. I hope one day soon he gets what he deserves.’

She got no responses.

She had previously asked written questions of Derek Benson, Essex Police Deputy Chief Constable. While Mr Benson replied, apologising, his response did little to convince Peter and Sara they would ever achieve justice.

In a handwritten letter, on Essex Police notepaper – seen by the MoS – he wrote: ‘I am very sorry for the mistakes made by Essex Police when we looked in to finding out what had happened to you… I am really sorry that you have had such a horrible experience and I wish you the very best for the future.’

The courts have banned identifying anyone involved – including on social media websites. Sara and Peter’s names have been changed.

The little girl’s ordeal began in 2011. The parents were friendly with a couple who lived nearby in a small Essex town. The mothers had known each for years and spent time in each others homes; the couples occasionally dined out together.

ONE sunny August afternoon, as Sara explains it, she and her daughter went for lunch at the friend’s house. All the children were in and out, playing.

Unbeknown to Sara, her friend’s 12-year-old son beckoned her daughter upstairs into his bedroom. There he closed the door and curtains, subjected her to porn on his laptop, then raped her. The next day the little girl told her mum what happened.

‘As a parent, nothing can prepare you for the sheer devastation of a moment like that,’ Sara says. ‘She was very upset because the boy had told her this was a game of husbands and wives and was to be a special secret that she must never tell anyone.

The next day Peter contacted Essex Police Child Abuse Unit.

‘My first discussion was with a detective constable who was rude and unhelpful,’ says Peter.

‘But a sergeant intervened and we agreed my wife would provide a statement regarding our daughter’s disclosures.

‘Shortly after we returned home from giving the statement, the sergeant telephoned and explained that the boy had admitted everything during a voluntary interview so our little girl would not need to be interviewed and he said he would report the incident to Social Care.

‘We thought everything possible was being done. Eventually we found out that this sergeant had refused a strategy meeting with Social Care which would have kick-started a joint child protection investigation for our daughter. His failure to do that had catastrophic results.’

Six weeks later, in November 2011, Sara came home to find an answerphone message from Detective Constable Tracy Bainbridge from Essex Police’s Child Abuse Unit. ‘She casually stated that the boy who had admitted to raping our daughter had received a youth caution for the offence,’ Sara recalls. ‘We were absolutely horrified. Somehow, the case had concluded.

‘Our daughter had been suffering terribly. At that time we believed she would never recover. She couldn’t bear to have her bedroom door closed. She was terrified of seeing her abuser.’

By now Peter and Sara realised their daughter probably couldn’t continue living so close to her abuser. Peter went to the friend’s house to explain this. And so began another distressing chapter in their ordeal.
One senior Essex Police officer admitted to the couple that the investigation of the case had been ‘piss poor’

One senior Essex Police officer admitted to the couple that the investigation of the case had been ‘piss poor’

Peter says that, though understandably upset, he intended to have a brief conversation which, he hoped, would help to clear the air. He told Essex police of his intention and invited them to send an officer. They declined.

‘I had a brief chat at the door with the boy’s father but he was extremely angry,’ he recalls.

The next day, to Peter’s astonishment, Essex Police contacted him as the friend had made a complaint. In February 2012, the couple received a letter from Essex Police warning them both over the alleged harassment of the rapist’s father.

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calendar   Friday - November 14, 2014

doesn’t anyone anywhere give deep thought to the victims? why always the rights of the bad

No offence towards any of our readers of the faith but seriously, is the pope losing his marbles?  Age does do that to folks. Even the smartest.


‘Hidden death penalty:’ Pope Francis calls for end to life sentences

Pope Francis has renewed the Catholic Church’s call to eliminate the death penalty, going one step further to blast life sentences and urge countries to prohibit the practice of transferring prisoners to torture centers.
Speaking to the International Association of Penal Law, Pope Francis called on countries to improve prison conditions, but also condemned the use of extraordinary rendition, in which individuals from one country are detained and transferred to another. Oftentimes, detainees are held in secret prisons and could be subjected to torture.
This practice was infamously employed by the CIA in the wake of the September 11 World Trade Center attacks, with the help of key allies. Francis also criticized those who helped facilitate the practice.
“These abuses will only stop if the international community firmly commits to recognizing … the principle of placing human dignity above all else,” he said.
The Pope added that people should continue the fight to end capital punishment.

the pope, read more

Although Drew was writing on another subject, what he had to say fit here very well.

AS IF the world gave a squat. As if ISIS cares. Or Boko Haram. Or communist China. Or North Korea. Or any banana republic anywhere, where the federales shoot anyone they feel like whenever they want. Or the drug cartels do it instead. Maybe the parents could meet directly with Castro, or with Assad, or whats-her-commie down in Brazil. Places where the garbage dump monkeys are always fed golden bananas, by respectful white gloved zoo keepers. AS IF.

Now then, here’s a story for ya you may want to consider.


Killer Harry Roberts released from prison after 48 years behind bars for shooting dead three unarmed policemen

· Roberts was jailed for life for killing three unarmed policemen in 1966
· He was released from Littlehey prison in Cambridgeshire on Monday night
· Roberts is thought to in a bail hostel, and is unlikely to get a new identity
· Roberts was behind bars for 48 years after murdering Christopher Head, 30, David Wombwell, 25, and Geoffrey Fox, 41
· The revelation he was to be released sparked anger from the families of the dead, police and politicians last month
· Metropolitan Police Federation chairman says release is ‘sickening’
· Calls for laws to change so police killers remain in prison for life
· Have you seen Harry Roberts since his release? Call 02036151265 or email lucy.crossley@mailonline.co.uk
By AMANDA WILLIAMS and LUCY CROSSLEY FOR MAILONLINE

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Well dear reader …. the bastard DID get himself a new name and an apt. for old age folks paid for of course by the same folks who have paid for him all these years past.
I guess so much for a life sentence actually meaning life.

I can find nothing at all wrong with justice administering revenge along with penalty. The two belong together. But no.  The killer of three in this case is out and free.

Pope dope should be pleased however, that at long last, the stone cold bragging killer is a free man.

BTW ... least I forget.  His victims should anyone care, are still dead.

In Florida I read, another miserable excuse for a human who in 1992 murdered his wife and then raped his 10 year old stepdaughter for 20 minutes before shooting her dead, finally after all this time got his.  He was put (humanely) to death by the state.
Why does it have to be humanely?  Why does society have to accommodate the lowest forms of life to appease the left?
1992 to 2014.  Critics of the death penalty say it does not deter crime.  Well hell no.
Not the way it’s carried out it won’t. Never will either.

But the Pope dear has all this love you see, and because he believes the bull shit, he insists that the world accept his final word on the subject.

Maybe he should schedule a trip to Syria or Libya and try reasoning with the muslims who are happy to kill each other just for the hell of it. 


Florida man executed - after last meal of fried fish and three desserts - for the 1992 rape and murder of his stepdaughter, 10, and her mother

Chadwick Banks shot his wife, Cassandra Banks, while she slept in their Gadsden County trailer in the early hours of September 24, 1992
He then raped his 10-year-old stepdaughter, Melody Cooper, for 20 minutes before shooting her in the head
He was 21 at the time
Banks, 43, was put to death by lethal injection at Florida State Prison on Thursday
He was pronounced dead at 7.27 pm
It is the 20th execution carried out in the state since Gov. Rick Scott took office in 2011
For his last meal Banks requested fried fish, slush puppies, three different desserts and ice water
By ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTER

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calendar   Wednesday - August 13, 2014

so then …. what it take to get arrested and go to jail?  bad language will do it

So ... whatsitake to get arrested or go to jail over here?

Oh ... lets see.  Using the ‘N’ word will do that. Yeah. Use that and the kops will come down on you like ducks on a June bug.

What else? Erm .... using insulting language or causing discomfort or fear of harm.  Not certain but I think you could be arrested if someone said you did that.
Racist language. Yup. That one will do it for sure. 

How about if you glass somebody’s face. You know. Broken bottle and whammo.  Blood everywhere. What fun. How about that?
Nah.  Whats you askin? Hey. You be white boy?  Arrest and quick conviction and to the slammer. You won’t stay there a long time but you will probably go to jail.
However .... should you belong to a special group, and should your first name also be Jasmin. Ah well now we have a different set of rules.

Here’s your get out of jail card.


Estate agent who smashed glass in man’s face avoids jail… even though it was her 18th court appearance for violence

Yasmin Thomas attacked Ronnie Lee with broken glass in Bournemouth club
She has 17 previous convictions for assault and battery, court heard
Judge John Harrow said her criminal history was ‘breathtaking’
But she has been given a 12-month sentence suspended for two years
Also handed 80 hours’ community service after pleading guilty to ABH

By Luke Salkel

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A woman who smashed a broken glass into a stranger’s face in a nightclub has been spared jail – despite it being her 18th conviction for assault.

Estate agent Yasmin Thomas, 21, left her male victim with serious eye injuries after she lunged at him with the potentially lethal object.

A court heard she has already been convicted for 17 crimes of assault and battery.

A judge branded Thomas’s criminal history ‘breathtaking’ and one of the worst he had ever seen of a woman her age.

But the female thug escaped with a 12-month sentence, suspended for two years, and 80 hours community service after pleading guilty to a charge of causing actual bodily harm.

She was also ordered to attend anger management classes.

Thomas attacked Ronnie Lee, whom she did not know, in Bar So nightclub in Bournemouth town centre after a row over an e-cigarette.

Thomas’s friend had snatched it from a friend of Mr Lee, and had thrown it on the floor.

Thomas then picked it up and thrust the device at Mr Lee, demanding: ‘Are you not going to say thank you? Who do you think you are?’

She then lunged towards Mr Lee with a broken glass, causing a serious gash to his left eyelid and two smaller cuts to his face.

The injuries were so close to his eye that Mr Lee feared he would lose his sight.

Tiny shards of glass were later removed from his eye.

Prosecuting, Carolyn Branford-Wood told Bournemouth Crown Court: ‘Miss Thomas, with a glass in her hand, lunged towards Mr Lee, who felt a blow to his left eye and blood trickling down his face.’

The court was told that Mr Lee was ‘very lucky’ not to have suffered any permanent damage following the brutal attack.

Miss Branford-Wood said doctors initially feared he had suffered a fractured eye socket following the assault, which also left him needing stitches to the cut on his eyelid.

Thomas, who lives in Bournemouth, worked as a sales negotiator at Palmer Snell estate agency. Yesterday the company refused to confirm whether Thomas was still employed.

Sentencing her, judge John Harrow said: ‘You have a breathtaking record of violence, one of the worst I have ever seen from anyone your age.

‘It is not without a lot of hesitation and some reservations, I must confess, that I’m going to suspend that 12 month sentence for two years.’

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calendar   Wednesday - August 06, 2014

why can’t punishment fit the crime, especially in cases of torture and cold blooded killing for fun

Usually I just post part of an article and supply a link. Easy. 
Except here with this very sad and anger inducing article.  Not that there is anything new or even surprising.  Even the crime doesn’t surprise us anymore.
It must be a living hell for the parents. I don’t understand the thinking of the many who are running what is laughably and erroneously called, “the Justice System.” If someone is given life for cold blooded murder, and one done for hell of it, why after denying a full and active live to some innocent, should the killer be later deemed as no longer a threat to society and paroled?  Why are they entitled to live free?  Some are even transferred to open prisons, from which a number of them have run away. Well actually, simply walked off.  Oh, and the rules now say prisoners must be addressed as ‘mister’ if you please.

Seems to me that if the vermin in this case were executed in the very same manner they took one innocent life, society would be much better off, probably safer, and if punishments were made to fit the crimes we hear about these days, there might just be less of this kind of thing.  Not a cure all I know, but a step in the right direction.  But oh no. That’s a slippery slope and would violate the human rights of the killer(s).

So here’s what got me going today.  Not very pleasant first thing with morning tea or coffee.


What is the point of victim impact statements?

By Paul Gallagher

Allan Bentley was jailed for life in 2000 for orchestrating the torture and killing of 15-year-old Michael Moss on playing fields in Sefton, Merseyside, in what became known as the “Reservoir Dogs” murder.

Bentley and two friends, Mark McKeefrey and Graham Neary, stripped Moss naked, then beat him and stabbed him 49 times over two hours. Mimicking a scene in the Quentin Tarantino heist movie, the three teens tried to cut off one of his ears with a broken vodka bottle while singing “Stuck in the Middle with You”.

At their separate parole hearings over the years, Michael’s mum, Liz, has read out her victim impact statement in the hope that the trio would remain behind bars for longer than the minimum tariffs they received. “I will never forget that day I was told of Michael’s murder,” she in her statement. “It was such a traumatic murder that my mind will not and cannot to this day accept the torture that Michael suffered. Every day of my life, I have flashbacks of what happened to Michael. I cannot go past a park or playing fields, as I see the images of my beautiful son being tortured. What I see is Michael lying naked on a very cold November night with every part of his body bleeding and mutilated.

“I go into a trance and cannot hear people talking, but I can hear Michael shouting ‘Mum, mum, mum’. Sometimes I feel I am losing my mind because I want to feel the torture he went through. Bentley has served a relatively short time in prison compared to my life sentence of grief and pain.”

Mrs Moss, 59, said she had suffered a mental breakdown, been hospitalised and diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder and depression, but her words have been to no avail. One by one her son’s killers have been released.

Judge Graham White may well have had Mrs Moss in mind when he was caught on camera this week saying that impact statements made by bereaved families made “no difference” to parole judgements. His conversation was overheard by Geraldine and Peter McGinty whose son Colin, 21, was stabbed to death 13 years ago, also in Merseyside. Two men – Michael Brown and Gary Hampton – were jailed for his murder. After both killers applied to be moved to open prison, the McGintys were invited to give an impact statement – allowed when an offender has been sentenced to custody for 12 months or more for a serious sexual or violent offence – via video link. At Brown’s hearing, the couple explained that they were still “serving a life sentence of heartache and grief and pain”.

Judge White, who mistakenly thought the link had been disconnected, turned to one side and said: “I feel so sorry for these families. They make these statements thinking they are going to make a difference, but they make no difference at all. Someone should tell them.”

The McGintys said the comments were “sickening”. “The heartache that we go through to do these statements, to be told they don’t make any difference,” Mrs McGinty said.

Judge White has apologised, saying: “I am sorry if what they overheard upset them and if it made them feel that what they had said had no impact because it certainly did, but what it can’t do is affect our judgement of his [Brown’s] risk.”

The Parole Board is investigating the judge’s comments. A spokesman said the board values victim statements and recognises the importance of giving victims the opportunity to make their voices heard. “Where release is being considered,” he said, “Victim Personal Statements can assist in setting appropriate licence conditions such as exclusion zones and conditions for the offender not to contact the victim.”

However, according to the Board’s own guidelines, decisions are “ultimately based on the offender’s current risk”. The guidance states: “In most cases, the victim is unlikely to have information [on] this.”

Other victims of serious crime reacted with anger to Judge White’s comments. Victims’ Commissioner Baroness Newlove, whose husband Garry was kicked to death in Warrington in 2007 by a gang vandalising his car, said that it saddened her to hear of another family not treated with basic humanity and respect. “Victims pour their hearts into these statements to make sure they do their loved ones the best possible justice,” she said. “They should never be dismissed like this. It’s the only way for a victim to express the terrible impact of a crime, and how a decision such as a move to open conditions could affect their lives. That’s why it should be respected and given proper consideration before making a decision.”

Laws on data protection and confidentiality prevent victims and relatives from seeing a copy of the Parole Board’s “written reasons” for their decisions. Rose Dixon, the CEO of charity Support After Murder and Manslaughter, last night called for clarification from the Ministry of Justice regarding the purpose of victim impact statements. “It used to be clear what the role of impact statements was but following Judge White’s comments regarding the McGinty family, we need some very clear guidelines [if their role has changed].”

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