Wednesday, January 30, 2008

What a surprise. More front page justice.

It seems that yet again we are changing the law to allow compensation claims outside the limits that have been in place for 400 years. Read here about how one person is suing but not for financial award. "It was this (justice) rather than financial gain which motivated me to begin this process two years ago." Pull the other one.

Now OK this guy is hardly deserving of sympathy and it's impossible to feel sorry for him but how long before people get caught up in this for mistakes they made early in life before they went on to better themselves. Plus there are other cases in the pipeline and all of those compensation claims will be paid for by us as they are all to do with government owned enterprises.

Although one thing really does get me from this lot and none of us, well none of use with male parts, are safe. From what I understand they can wait till you die. Say you abused them and then claim a big chunk of your estate. So far seances have proved a bit difficult in court so defence is a bit of an issue. How the hell is this justice?

Yet another case of ill thought out law made by tabloid. A standard from this bunch.

4 Comments:

At 5:34 am, Blogger UBERMOUTH said...

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At 5:34 am, Blogger Bretwalda Edwin-Higham said...

Going for anything - the shackles are off civilized behaviour now. The government leads in this.

 
At 8:32 am, Blogger Henry Crun said...

uber, how is this good news?

The guy did the time for his crime. Justice has been served.

This smacks more of revenge than justice. Why didn't the victim pursue her attacker for compensation before he won the lottery?

This is just more politics of envy which we have come to expect from ZanuLabour and their ilk.

 
At 12:33 pm, Blogger Bag said...

Uber, I think they choose guys like this because nobody has any sympathy for them.

It is just a way to make them look tough on crime but is not in any way related to justice.

 

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