Punishing The Wrong People…

A court observer said: ‘The judge seemed annoyed at the way the case had been handled and the prevailing feeling was that he handed out such a derisory fine as a means of making his displeasure clear.’

Well, thanks, judge! That really showed them, didn’t it?

I mean, never mind us ordinary souls who now have to wonder if this chap will be climbing through their windows at 4:00am, you just go have your little pop at the CPS, eh..?

Judge Anthony King hit out at the CPS for giving the case only ‘what I loosely call “thought”.’

It seems they aren’t alone in that. I don’t detect much brain activity in his decision, frankly…

2 comments for “Punishing The Wrong People…

  1. PT
    May 15, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    Sorry, but for a change I have some sympathy with the judge here. It appears that, due to the laziness and incompetence of the CPS (which is by no means unusual,) the court was not allowed the opportunity to try this scrote for the offence, burglary, of which he was undoubtedly guilty. Not only that, but the CPS took some months to reach this idiotic decision. He appeared before the court on a risible charge, for which the judge imposed a risible penalty.

  2. May 16, 2011 at 5:51 am

    I’d have a lot of sympathy with the judge too, if he’d taken some other course of action, one that didn’t lead to a guilty man getting a lesser punishment, and being free to burgle at will as a result.

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