On October 12, 2006, I learned that if the police tell gratuitous lies in an official letter to a solicitor, they will count for nothing in legal proceedings, a judge will simply ignore them.
On September 30, 2008, I learned that if a woman says “I love you” a thousand times she’s lied a thousand times.
On March 31, 2010, I learned that if a police officer physically attacks a woman half his size with three vicious blows, including twice on the leg with an offensive weapon as she is walking away from him, it will be dismissed by a British court as reasonable force.
I suppose that shouldn’t really have come as a surprise in view of the gratuitous murder of James Ashley way back in January 1998. It certainly shouldn’t have come as a surprise in view of the way I have personally suffered at the hands of the Metropolitan Filth and their partners in the so-called independent Crown Persecution Service, and in the judiciary.
Nevertheless, they have now set yet another precedent.
I have no doubt whatsoever that if and when one of their number is charged with the murder of Ian Tomlinson he will employ substantially the same defence, perhaps with the addition of mistaken identity.
And I have no doubt that if the prosecution doesn’t throw in the towel, or if the judge doesn’t succeed in sabotaging the trial on some technicality, he will direct the jury to acquit.
And in the extremely unlikely event that they do convict, you can expect to see a suspended sentence handed down to the murdering Filth who will have been suspended on full pay the whole time, and will be given a desk job after the end of proceedings.
April 1, 2010
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