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Sunday, 12 August 2012

"Dita Paverniece - A Tribute - A Hope"

Can Dita Paverniece Be
A Catalyst For Change In Jersey?


Who amongst you feel that this disgusting episode is the last straw
in a very long line of last straws?

Who amongst you feel this beautiful young lady has received justice?

Who amongst you feel angry and enraged at this vile regime?

Who amongst you feel sick of the corruption and greed of Jersey handing your money and rights to their friends for their own benefit?

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 Who amongst you think any of this is your fault?

Who amongst you will examine your own role in these corruptions?

Who amongst you will have the courage to act, and to change things for the good
of all Jersey inhabitants?

Whether you like it or not
WE ARE ALL TO BLAME!!!

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Below, is the most profound speech I have ever heard.
It is made all the more intense by my knowledge of Common Law,
and the many many hours of studying the related material.

Please watch, listen, and understand fully
the utter truth that is about to unfold in front of you.
It was written about America, and sums up Jersey beautifully.
Lets see if we can't do something about the situation

Without further ado....Larken Rose

"Message to the voting cattle"



13 comments:

  1. I am baffled by the verdict. Graham Power was illegally suspended on the so called basis that he did not follow UK police guidelines (although not law in Jersey), so why hasn't this driver been found guilty of 'causing death by dangerous driving', he's admitted dangerous driving and his passenger died from the accident, see the following, why is Jersey ignoring legal sense:-

    What is dangerous driving?

    extract:-

    Causing death by careless driving when under the influence of drink or drugs (Section 3A Road Traffic Act (RTA) 1988)

    Penalty: 1 to 14 years in prison, an unlimited fine, or both; and disqualified for a minimum of two years;


    Causing death by dangerous driving (Section 1 RTA 1988)
    Penalty: 1 to 14 years in prison, and disqualified for a minimum of two years;


    Causing death by careless, or inconsiderate, driving (Section 20 Road Safety Act 2006)
    Penalty: Up to 5 years in prison, and disqualified for a minimum of one year;

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    1. add: The above "What is dangerous driving?" is a html link

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    2. I must have added the link incorrectly (must try harder!), so perhaps this time:

      What is dangerous driving?

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  2. Firstly, its worth pointing out that it was not a 'verdict' of a court but an utterly bizarre decision by the Attorney General to offer no evidence. Secondly, I believe that he admitted careless driving not dangerous driving.

    Unfortunately in Jersey there is no offence of causing death by carless driving UNLESS that person was under the influence of drink or drugs. There is no equivalent to the English Section 20.

    There is however potential to consider the common law offence of manslaughter.

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    1. If there is no equivalent in Jersey Law, then bent little Jersey are obligated to use English Law.

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  3. I think you should leave THE LINK to me :)

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  4. Ian,
    They seem to have missed a thing or two off this list............lol
    the driver being avoidably and dangerously distracted, for example by:

    using a hand-held phone or other equipment
    reading, or looking at a map
    talking to and looking at a passenger
    lighting a cigarette, changing a CD or tape, tuning the radio.

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  5. It would be interesting to see a video of that make of car in a pre-launch crash test, I would be amazed if the car could end up as it did even at 40/50mph. It looks like it got hit from behind in a multi car pile up on the M1 by a massive truck.

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  6. With the international media in town for the stabbings,maybe they might be interested in this other East European death in this island and the justice that was given.

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  7. I must be daft, when I saw a picture of the remnants of the car I naturally assumed he had been speeding and as there was a death also assumed it would be dangerous driving, silly me I should have understood that the damage was caused by one of the following (does not include speeding):-

    What is 'Careless or inconsiderate driving'?

    A person drives carelessly or inconsiderately when the way they drive falls below the minimum acceptable standard expected of a competent and careful driver.

    Some examples of careless driving are:

    overtaking on the inside;
    driving too close to another vehicle;
    driving through a red light by mistake;
    turning into the path of another vehicle;
    the driver being avoidably distracted by tuning the radio, lighting a cigarette etc.

    Examples of inconsiderate driving include:

    flashing lights to force other drivers to give way;
    misusing lanes to gain advantage over other drivers;
    unnecessarily staying in an overtaking lane;
    unnecessarily slow driving or braking;
    dazzling other drivers with un-dipped headlights.

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  8. Here is a link to various crash test cars doing 40mph hitting a solid wall head on:-

    youtube - 40mph

    It is worth noting, this is without anyone applying brakes prior to crashing.

    Surely it could have been proved that the car in question must have been doing more than 30mph, if so, the evidence is sufficient for causing a death.

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  9. So how does any of this explain how an engine is ripped from the "BACK" of a car!!!???

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  10. Safety
    The Elise is a very safe car to drive as some of the following incidents show. The aluminium chassis is very strong and has excellent side protection. The clamshells and the front and rear sub-frames are excellent at energy absorbtion. The integral roll bar is also very strong. If you've got a story to tell and any pictures to go with it then drop me a line. There are a few things to watch out for with the Elise:

    Because it's a low car you cannot always assume that you've been seen in a drivers mirror. You must drive a bit more defensively (pretend you are on a motorbike, it's not that hard) with other cars around and use the cars excelleration to minimise the time exposed to danger (well that's my excuse anyway). A problem with being so low is that you can't see over roadside crash barriers. This often means you have to stop at roundabouts and junctions to check nothing is coming where other cars would continue having seen that there is no oncoming traffic.

    Since it is a low car, you will not fair too well if you hit another vehicle with high ground clearance. I've heard of a number of accidents where the Elise has gone underneath the car that was hit, in once case this proved fatal for the driver.

    The Elise is not particulary prone to cross winds because it is so low. On my local bridge (the Orwell bridge) you can hear the wind blowing over the bridge walls and over the top of the car but you can't feel it.

    Another big factor in contributing to the cars safety is it's sheer stopping ability. It always amazes me how quickly the car stops when you brake hard. It's also hard to lock the wheels by accident because of the feedback from the car. But in slippery conditions you have no ABS to help you out.

    One hazard I've found with the car is that the cant rail fixing lug, mounted to the roll bar, is too close to the passengers head and when I was unlucky enough to have an accident my passenger needed several stitches because of it.

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