The endemic existence of British ‘soft justice’ – an epidemic impossible to control?

The ongoing problems of the Criminal Justice System (CJS) in the UK have been highlighted in a number of previous posts on this blog, and indeed it will have been obvious to all and sundry in Britain that the whole system broke down a long long time ago, don’t you think? Now there are multiple […]

Prejudice in our British society against the ‘autistic’ – is it justified?

Like with many of the less common disabilities, autism [affecting about three-quarters of a million British people] may be a term that has been heard of by many of us, but as a medical condition it is generally completely unknown or at least misunderstood by most, isn’t it? In other words we don’t really understand […]

Society let down AGAIN by an inadequate British legal system – even MORE rapists will NOW escape justice?

Scales of Justice? Rape is in the headlines once more, but for all the wrong reasons and not because at long last Britain has done something to halt the increase in rape, or stop 100 or so women being raped every day, or bring to justice more than 1% of the evil rapists. No, this […]

Killer and criminal ‘Charlie Alliston’ DID indeed escape justice – no surprise there then?

Charlie Alliston’s new head tattoo [a  ‘trophy’(?)]   A couple of weeks ago, a post here outlined how lying Charlie Alliston had in February 2016, become the unrepentant killer of a mother of two by smashing into her at 18 miles an hour with his ‘illegal’ bicycle at lunchtime on a central London busy street, […]

Killer ‘Charlie Alliston’ – another criminal about to escape justice

Singlespeed & Fixed Gear “I still feel that variable gears are only for people over forty-five. Isn’t it better to triumph by the strength of your muscles than by the artifice of a derailer? We are getting soft…As for me, give me a fixed gear!” Henri Desgrange (31 January 1865 – 16 August 1940), a […]

British Justice on ‘Trial’ – verdict ‘found GUILTY’?

Our politicians have let us down when it comes to ‘justice’ haven’t they? It is always a major plank though in their election speeches isn’t it – ‘Law & Order’? But they never deliver in practice do they? Oh yes, officially crime is falling and the statistics (except for sexual offences & shoplifting of course) […]

Five Year Old Seriously Ill Child ‘Ashya King’ – ‘Who’ made the bad Choices?

A very venerable young boy, suffering from a severe cancerous brain tumour, was successfully operated on at a British NHS hospital, was receiving free critical care and undergoing further scheduled treatment to try and save his life. Circumstances then arose which resulted in widespread publicity about his condition, and vitriolic criticism from far and wide […]

Justice South Africa style – is it up for it?‏

The problem in South Africa is that the justice system reportedly  lacks resources – sufficient money, modern  facilities, and competent skilled people. Because in the modern developed World major all investigations have become a state of art event and things like forensics play a major part but have moved-on to an incredibly high level of scientific capability – there […]

The Law and Justice at work – or a British fiasco continuing?

We have just allowed two vile murderer, who ran over and then hacked to death an innocent off-duty soldier Lee Rigby on the London streets of Woolwich last May, to spend an enormous amount of our money and spend weeks of court time at the Old Bailey.These cretins were Christian raised converts to Islam. They were allowed […]

The Press – in the gutter again? Oh Dear!

Yesterday the Sunday Mirror April 21 2013 carried a major front page story with headline ‘My Poor Rolf’ in the company of a ‘Full Story’ on Page 9, this accompanied by a further major headline ‘He’s really suffering.. he can’t even sleep’. Whether intentional or not, these articles and their content  presents a ‘sympathetic’ news […]