Friday, June 07, 2013

What colour is the sky on YOUR planet?

"A P-addict, whose 3-year-old son was found with methamphetamine in his hair, has had her conviction for wilful neglect overturned by the Court of Appeal.
The court ruled that the woman, who has name suppression, did not knowingly put her son in harm's way because she would take him into a separate room whenever she smoked P.
The woman also did not fully understand the potential harm that methamphetamine smoke could have on a child, the court found..."
I can't believe these judges.
The fact that the 'mother' (I use the term very loosely) was a meth head should have been grounds for neglect on their own. At the very least.
I would like to see the position of judge become an elected position...


KG said...

"I would like to see the position of judge become an elected position..."
The selection process has been and still is secret and the criteria seem to be
a) must be a pc multiculti social engineering ideologue, and
b) must be part of the "club" which subscribes to the utterly fucked idea that crims are "victims" too.

The best things that could happen to the justice system would be elected judges and the introduction of hard labour.

Oi said...

Have you ever thought of where judges come from?

Lawyers. Defence counsel, that where judges come from. Its unfortunate, but many don't leave their bias in favour of defence behind as they progress.

Oswald Bastable said...

I sort of thought they crawled out of a stagnant bog...