Here in the legal playground the most popular piece of apparatus seems to be, not the swings or slide, but the see-saw.
A Hartlepool man is facing jail after he urinated on a disabled woman who lay dying in the street.
The 27-year-old shouted “this is YouTube material” as he degraded Christine Lakinski, 50, who had fallen ill, magistrates heard. Miss Lakinski, who suffered a number of medical conditions, died from natural causes, an inquest found. Anthony Anderson, of Raby Road, who admitted outraging public decency, will be sentenced at Teesside Crown Court. Hartlepool magistrates heard how, on 27 July, Miss Lakinski was making her way home with a box of laminate flooring when she fell ill and stumbled into a doorway. Anderson had smoked a cannabis joint and been drinking when he and two friends spotted her.
He tried to rouse her by throwing a bucket of water over her, before urinating on her and covering her with shaving foam. The incident was filmed on a mobile phone. She was later declared dead at the scene, the cause of death being given as pancreatic failure.
JAMES Santrey is a violent thug who tried to butcher a terrified police officer.
The decision to let him walk free with a suspended sentence is another breathtaking affront to justice by one of the many liberal lunatics masquerading as judges.
Santrey tried to stab PC Dameon Shaw at least six times with a kitchen knife. It was a miracle he wasn’t wounded or worse.
But the judge, Charles George, said Santrey had a “good heart”, wished him luck and sent him on his way.
I have read about these two stories and am horrified at the total lack of respect shown and the appalling way that decisions are made. On the one hand there is a punishment that reflects behaviour that is both sickening and totally without respect whilst on the other hand there is a legal decision that seems to defy belief. I cannot understand the decision made in relation to SANTREY but it appears that doing a job as a Police Officer and having someone trying to to stab you is no longer sufficient for a period of incarceration. Lunatics and asylum spring to mind. Talk about swings and roundabouts.
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