Sunday, 31 August 2008

What price a human life?

It seems that if you are the wrong colour and of the wrong political persuasion the law considers your life of less worth than might otherwise be the case.

My friend the Green Arrow makes a number of telling points about the travesty of justice which recently took place at Stafford Crown court, many of which you will not read in the press.

The murder of Keith Brown, for let us call it what it was, and the treatment of his killer, tell us how little protection we have in our own land if we fail to bow to its current gods.


notareargunner said...

The murder of Keith Brown is a culmination of weak enforcement of English rights, and a judiciary so afraid of being stigmatised by an over active immigrant legal profession. Is it now correct for a so-called victim of racial abuse to perceive that the abuse is racial for it to be so?
What if, just what if it was Mr Brown who was the victim of abuse? If the Politically correct police force could not establish a racial bias against Mr Brown, if they could not find the murder weapon and no charge brought against the remover of that murder weapon, if I was to walk away from an incident, go into a house and take up a knife, then plunge it into the back of a Englishman, I would think I would be convicted of murder. Is the Crown Prosecution Service so inept it could not make the case? Or was the jury loaded? Or is there some other outside influence that determines English people cannot get justice in this divisive foreign land that was once England?

alanorei said...

Very true, Sarah

It is to be hoped that the September 20th event has a deep and lasting effect. said...

It is revealed that the man accused of supplying the dynamite used in the March 2004 Madrid train bombings was an informant who had the private telephone number of the head of Spain’s Civil Guard bomb squad. Emilio Suarez Trashorras, a miner with access to explosives, as well as an associate named Rafa Zouhier both regularly informed for the Spanish police, telling them about drug shipments. Trashorras began working as an informant after being arrested for drug trafficking in July 2001, while Zouhier became an informant after being released from prison early in February 2002. Shortly after the Madrid bombings, investigators discover that Trashorras’ wife Carmen Toro has a piece of paper with the telephone number of Juan Jesus Sanchez Manzano, head of Tedax, the Civil Guard bomb squad. She and her brother Antonio Toro are also informants. said...

Traditional family values alive and well in Pakistan:

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - A Pakistani lawmaker defended a decision by northwestern tribesmen to bury five women alive because they wanted to choose their own husbands, telling stunned members of Parliament to spare him their outrage.

“These are centuries-old traditions, and I will continue to defend them,” Israr Ullah Zehri, who represents Baluchistan province, told The Associated Press Saturday.

“Only those who indulge in immoral acts should be afraid.”

The women, three of whom were teenagers, were first shot and then thrown into a ditch.

They were still breathing as mud was shoveled over their bodies, according to media reports, which said their only “crime” was that they wished to marry men of their own choosing.

Zehri told a packed and stunned Parliament on Friday that Baluch tribal traditions helped stop obscenity and then asked fellow lawmakers to stop making such a fuss about it. said...

Two years ago, Texas’ Comptroller General, Carole Keeton Strayhorn, said the state’s child welfare system was broken, citing numerous unexplained deaths, examples of abuse, both physical and sexual, and more importantly, Governor Rick Perry’s attempts to stonewall her investigation of the irreparable broken system. Strayhorn opened her statement by first stating that Governor Perry’s attempts to derail her investigation were “unconscionable,” and why she had finally come forward:

"I am here today to release disturbing information found during my investigation about the deaths, poisonings, rapes and pregnancies of children in our state’s foster care system."

Strayhorn then proceeded on to reveal something you’ll never hear about on the television news, especially as it relates to the state of Texas’ recent and unconstitutional kidnapping of the FLDS’ children:

"If you compare the number of deaths of children in our state’s population to the number of deaths in our state’s foster care system, a child is four times more likely to die in our state’s foster care system."” said...

The siyuation in UKistan:
The elite’s war by immigrant proxy

David Hamilton

According to the Mail on Sunday, which obtained the official statistics of 37 police forces under the Freedom of Information Act, there is an offence involving a knife every 24 minutes of the day in England.

notareargunner said...

Three immigrants who attacked and killed English teenager Alex Holroyd are sentence to a total of 20 years.
Mr Holroyd ‘s murder was, according to reports, planned by his attackers more than 10 weeks before the attack.
It is at this stage I wonder what the true value of an Englishman's life is, and whether the definition of murder was explained to the jury, and/or whether the jury was in any way biased towards the perpetrators?

Alex Holroyd was stalked around the streets of Todmorden for ten weeks before his attackers struck. Ten weeks, isn't that premeditation? So they are found guilty of assault, but a premeditated assault that leads to death is MURDER. So why sentences of ten, six and six years only?
Much better on the Ol'e Transvaal where we all had Sarie Marie...? said...

Rights Denied in Illinois-video