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Saturday, 6 August 2011

"The Syvret Treatment - Nearing An Outcome"


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12 comments:

  1. Well, if he does I don't know what will happen, but I know God wont be pleased, as he never is when there is injustice, and He has to step in Himself. I haven't bought any yellow ribbon yet, still hoping that Christopher Pitchers has moral standards to match his brain capacity.

    Zoompad

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  2. That would be a welcome blessing Zoomy

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  3. Stuart has frequently blogged about how they keep digging themselves in to a deeper hole, and now they have dug a lot deeper. If they don't find a way to back out of their ridiculous prosecution, Stuart's case will make their human rights violations known world wide. The more they do to him, the more human rights and free speech organizations take notice of the sinister Jersey legal system. If Jersey is treating the former Father of the House this way for exposing the cover-up of the murdering nurse, and if that cover-up is only because Jersey is trying to protect its image, any outsider can see that it will have the opposite effect. Outsiders don't read the JEP propaganda or watch CTV spin, so his further judicial mistreatment will only lead outsiders to conclude that Jersey is systematically corrupt. A reputation for this level of corruption is utterly unaffordable for any Offshore Finance Centre, and Stuart no longer has to accuse them of corruption to make the world see that Jersey's own retaliation against him provides the glaring proof of what he has been saying. In the long run, Stuart will have outsmarted them.

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  4. Ian - this piece of 'journalism' by Ms Shackles Simon is so poor and lacking in substance that I cannot believe that she sat in the Court all day yesterday, laughing and passing notes to Gillian Martindale, yet failed to report on the more serious matters that came to light.

    Really, really abysmal.

    Just one instance - when Baker put it to the Commissioner that Stuart had been 'in contempt' for telling Magistrate Shaw that he was going home and 'turned his back on her', Commissioner Pitchers himself had to laugh when he said that it was hardly contempt, just rudeness, and how was Stuart supposed to leave the Court - backwards??

    Whatever the outcome, anyone who has sat through the 4 days proceedings can be in no doubt that the Establishment have set out to silence him. It is all very well for people to pass negative comments, but they need to have been there to see what has emerged from this appeal.

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  5. We will have to wait for the transcripts to release the truth GeeGee, none of us will live long enough to read it in the Jersey Evening Post!!!

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  6. Ian

    What is your estimate on a timeframe for release of transcripts?

    Elle

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  7. Elle

    They will only be prepared if Stuart has to appeal, and that would take about a month to six weeks.

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  8. Thanks, Ian.

    Elle

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  9. "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places."

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  10. Hmmm?

    Not heard that one before, do we have an author?

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  11. Sorry forgot it. << Ephesians 6:12 >>

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  12. Bible. http://bible.cc/ephesians/6-12.htm Possibly Paul the apostle.

    The Beano is not the Rag
    Born again atheist

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