Saturday, 11 July 2009

Lawyer Ann Ogg should hang her head in shame.

Another blunder by our idiotic judges, letting the disgusting sex attacker John Bermingham free to attack some poor innocent person who is unaware at this moment that this sick pervert has been released into our society to attack them, by using a law brought out to protect his victims rather than the vermin that HE is.
When are our courts of justice going to wake up to the fact that these scum should have NO rights as far as HUMAN rights are concerned, because there is nothing human about raping and assaulting young women and girls and putting them through horrific ordeals that will linger in their memories for life..........if they survive.
Scum like him should be locked away for life with no reprieves under any circumstances, and by doing so, WILL save MANY others from suffering.
When his next victim is attacked and they prove HE was to blame, let the idiotic judges who let him out to reoffend spend time in jail too, and on their release never let them have anything more to do with justice as they obviously have no idea what JUSTICE really means.
The lawyer Ann Ogg, who fought for his release, should hang her head in shame, because the normal people in the street whom she faces every day will feel disgust at her deed, and would gladly see her face a prison sentence when Bermingham's next victim comes to light.
As I repeat frequently in this blog, "CRIMINALS HAVE NO RIGHT TO THE HUMAN RIGHTS LAWS." THESE LAWS WERE INTRODUCED TO PROTECT THE INNOCENT."
WAKE UP YOU STUPID POLITICIANS AND SO CALLED JUSTICE MINISTERS AND GET THIS LAW SORTED SO IT CARRIES OUT THE JUSTICE IT WAS INTRODUCED FOR, OR PAY THE PRICE YOURSELVES.
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3 comments:

  1. What an emotionally charged read that was!

    I am addicted to courtroom drama, real life court dramas, and I spent most of time in courtrooms. No, I am not a lawyer. I am a children right's activist, working in the field of child justice. Anyway, I have been on more than one ocassion been filled with utter disgust and an equal amount of awe for criminal lawyers.

    I once had to act as guardian for two under-aged boys who witnessed a brutal crime, an older gentleman in our community was brutally attacked by two young men (they are both from wealthy families) and the two under-aged boys witnessed the attack.

    The victim suffered severe head injuries and he was convinced that they would come back and finish off the job.

    The attackers were caught and they applied for bail.

    I had to admire the skills of their lawyer while I was at the same disgusted with him because it was clear form the evidence presented that these two young men would everything in their power to stay out of jail, even if they had to kill the victim and all witnesses.

    In the end they were released on bail. The victim moved to South Africa because he is convinced they will kill him.

    Two months later one of the attackers shot and killed a female witness. He claimed it was an accident. That same lawyer got him released on bail.

    I am fearing for the safety of the two under-aged boys who witnessed the attack. I waiting just waiting for the phone call of the police, telling me that they are 'missing'.

    I am convinced that criminal lawyers are a special breed, that they lack a certain gene.

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  2. my daughter was studying to be a criminal lawyer. She sat in on a case where it was obvious that the man had abused 4 x 5yr olds, all 4 had learning disabilities. He grinned throughout the case and she asked the defence how they felt, they admitted to feeling disgust but they had to do their job.He got off. My daughter switched her degree to become a psychologist to help victims.

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  3. The legal system isn't perfect. Its aims are utilitarian: they must create laws for the benefit of the majority.

    Whilst there are replusive people out there, they are afforded the same rights as everyone else for no other reason than that everyone else has them! For anyone to have the power to choose who should be afforded these rights would be nothing other than ridiculous.

    Rather than blame it on the lawyers whose job is to ensure that everyone has some sort of defence which is required in a civilised society, we should blame it upon the people who insist on committing the crimes.

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