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 […]

Killers ‘Nathan Matthews’ and ‘Shauna Hoare’ have had a second appeal rubbished – will that end their permitted abuse of the, lax, indulgent, and ineffective criminal justice system?

  Blue ribbons worn in Becky’s memory Some three months ago the convicted evil pair of Nathan Matthews and Shauna Hoare, who had violently killed young Becky Watts, had their applications to go to the Court of Appeal refused by an appeal judge, as there was no prospect of an appeal succeeding – and so it […]

The killers of teenager Becky Watts CANNOT appeal their convictions and sentences – is the pain finally over?

  Blue ribbons worn in Becky’s memory Some three months ago we all got the well expected, but completely unwelcome news that killers Nathan Matthews and Shauna Hoare had lodged appeals against their convictions and sentences for doing to death innocent young Becky Watts. She was only a 16 years old schoolgirl when she was brutally […]

Becky Watts – the convicted duo’s legal Appeals are now in, aren’t they?

  Blue ribbons worn in Becky’s memory The news on the wires last week that the evil couple convicted for the brutal killing and dismembering of 16-year-old Becky Watts, have lodged appeals, will come as no surprise to readers of these blogs – it was fully predicted at the start of this month. That prophecy didn’t […]

Possibility of appeals by the convicted duo in the Becky Watts’ Bristol murder trial

  Blue ribbons worn in Becky’s memory The trial of hateful Nathan Matthews and his evil girlfriend Shauna Hoare was a shocking and distressing exposé, which even upset the experienced Bristol High Court Judge in charge. Remorseless, cold-blooded Matthews, unsurprisingly pleading ‘not guilty’ of murder (they all do) with a ridiculous defence to boot, despite his […]

The Bristol murder trial sentences announced – are they finally justice for tragic Becky Watts?

  Blue ribbons worn in Becky’s memory Friday November 13 As planned, the convicted killers Nathan Matthews and his girlfriend Shauna Hoare were earlier today sentenced by the trial Judge to now hopefully conclude this horrible six week trial about the killing of innocent youngster Becky Watts. What do we think about the Judge’s decisions? Too […]

The Judge in the Becky Watts murder trial is considering sentences – what Justice will we see though?

  Blue ribbons worn in Becky’s memory Thursday November 12 Tomorrow is the day that killers Nathan Matthews and Shauna Hoare get their comeuppance for their disgusting crimes against sixteen Becky Watts. What will the Judge decide is adequate sentences, do you think? Murderer Matthews will be given a Life Sentence because that is mandatory in […]

The Jury in the Becky Watts murder trial has been out – not long to wait for Justice then?

  Blue ribbons worn in Becky’s memory Wednesday November 11 The verdicts are already in for the Becky Watts murder trial that shocked us all and touched our hearts. As thought yesterday, early this morning the Judge at last had finished his summing-up and instructions to the probably traumatised Jury (chosen from the original fifteen randomly […]

English justice pending for the accused at the Becky Watts murder trial – a waiting game now?

  Blue ribbons worn in Becky’s memory Tuesday November 10 After a traumatic six weeks of harrowing evidence, this case has continued at Bristol Crown Court with the learned Judge Dingemans continuing his summing-up, his instructions, and his legal advice to the Jury members (ten women and one man as one woman of the original twelve […]

We see Week 6 get underway of those at the center of the Becky Watts murder trial – justice soon?

  Blue ribbons worn in Becky’s memory Monday November 9 The substance of this trial is well and truly over now – to the relief of the majority of people (it has been a distressing experience brought about by the main defendants’ not guilty pleas – but that is British justice for you, isn’t it?). Some […]