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Friday, 7 September 2012

"Dita Paverniece Deemed Worthless By Disgusting Jersey - Life Only Worth 750 Bucks & A Years Inconvenience!!!"

Death Is Whimsical Today!!!  :(

Jersey, Another Disgusting Outrage


Miss Dita Paverniece

 Fined £750 after death of woman




Niall Linden has been fined £750 for careless driving and banned from driving for 12 months after the death of Dita Paverniece.

The 36 year old was sentenced in the Royal Court today.

The Irishman was driving on St Clement's Coast Road in February last year, when his Lotus Elise is thought to have skidded out of control.

The 27-year-old passenger Ms Paverniece suffered a fatal head injury.

Due to a lack of evidence, he was acquitted of causing death by dangerous driving but he did admit the lesser charge of careless driving.

As well as paying the fine, Mr Linden will have to retake his test at the end of his year's driving ban.

Here's the report from when he was in court.







 "WORTHLESS!!!"

It Could Have Been Your Daughter!!!

Where Is The Outrage???

Will Our Politicians Demand
That This Disgusting Travesty
Be Independently Investigated??? 







33 comments:

  1. It is not often that I am stuck for words, but today is one of those rare moments....This farce can be dragged back into court, let us hope that one or two of our reasonable politicians will demand that this case be reopened and sent to the Privy Council for Justice!

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  2. Sorry, But words fail me.

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  3. And bloggers are labelled conspiracy theorists! Well, this puts that one to bed. It proves you can get away with anything in Jersey providing you have the right contacts behind you. I bet he will be off soon to pastures new.

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    1. I heard he already disappeared when his bail conditions were relaxed!

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    2. Well, i took it for granted he had come back after his little jaunt for the sentencing so in that case I bet he will be off again, hopefully not to return unless to face a proper sentence. I wonder what his friends think of him. I would hope they are made of better stuff and see this as the disgrace that many other none "in the boys club" feel it is.

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  4. Not even a maximum fine

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  5. None of you were in court. None of you heard nor know what actually happened. The Channel Island article doesn't state one fact. They do not mention the results of the investigation and they did not mention the illegal acts committed by the police in order to bring this to court. There is no conspiracy. The only conspiracy is the defamation by bloggers who have no, absolutely no idea what has happened in the last 20 months. This was a horrific, tragic accident and I would never wish this tragedy on any of you.

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    1. Please then, enlighten us on what really happened. Until then it IS a conspiracy, and the outcome and penalty on the driver is a TRAVESTY. Let us have these facts then to put the record straight.

      Illegal acts by the police - what illegal facts? No great surprise there then, so do you not owe it to the public to inform them?

      Money where mouth is.......

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    2. I know quite a bit about it but for several reasons I cannot publish it. What I do know is that if this young man came from a poor family, he would be in jail today.

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    3. Re "They do not mention the results of the investigation and they did not mention the illegal acts committed by the police in order to bring this to court."

      Illegal acts committed by the police. I don't believe you. Are you saying there was a conspiracy?

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  6. We know enough to know he was driving dangerously, any imbecile could deduce that. As you know so much, let us in on the alleged Police corruption....

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  7. Just can't help yourself can you troll?

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    1. And don't send me links to Lotus problems....Engines don't get ripped out of their mounts at 30mph halfwit.

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  8. How much is known about this man, and why he was let off so easy?

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  9. It makes you wonder why have her family been so quiet?

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    1. Perhaps there has been some sort of a financial bargain entered into, but it would not have come from any insurance claim, that is certain.

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    2. They are simple, Latvian people. They don't have a voice. They are left with a huge void in their lives.

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  10. Tony the Prof might like to explain to us if this is an example of normal justice or exceptional justice here in Jersey.

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  11. "Lessons have been learned - Time to move on"

    "THE JERSEY WAY"

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  12. The Rag's website says that Dita was not wearing a seatbelt.
    People please correct me if I am wrong but this Lotus is a 2 seater sports car so she was siting next to the driver and it is the driver's responsibility to ensure that passengers are wearing their seat belts as the law (& good sense) requires. I thought that was the law in the UK, is it the case here ?

    Linden should not have left the car park.

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    1. It is NOT the drivers responsibility to ensure that any 'Adult' passenger has a seatbelt on in Jersey (in the eyes of the law)

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    2. Yes, I found that out. So the police lied to me again!!! Nothing new there hey?

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    3. There has not been, and there is not any conclusive evidence about having or not having the seat belt on!

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  13. What did syvret lose for a driving licence?

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  14. Disgusting!!! Hope he feels mighty proud that he destroyed not only Dita but her Family as well due to his incompetence and inability to be a man and admit his fault and then rely on the old boy network to get him off

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  15. Wow, £750 fine, he owned a Lotus so I doubt £750 is more than spare change to him.
    He sure will have learned his lesson! I expect the only thing he's bothered about is losing his car.

    As for there being "no evidence" of dangerous driving - LOOK AT THE BLOODY PHOTOS!!! blatantly reckless driving - cars do not crumble like that at 30mph - nor even at 60mph, so what was he doing, mabye three times the speed limit?

    He should have been charged with manslaughter - but then of course he could have just pleaded the infamous old excuse of "temporary insanity!" and got away with it.

    Jersey - Life Enriching.

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  16. There are more evil bastards in this f*****g island than enough!!!! no even the maximum fine, that verdict was a f*****g joke!!!

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  17. To the reader who left a comment starting with....

    "Well I just wonder why she was not wearing her seatbelt and why he was seen exiting the car...."

    I have been informed about that and I have saved your comment, hopefully for when the truth finally emerges!

    I am aware of the allegation and hoping that someone will find the courage to come forward....but it won't be Sue Pearmaine.

    I am also informed that certain forensics were done in conjunction with this allegation, yet nothing will transpire until the Jersey people lose the fear!!! We are waiting for you....

    And speaking of FEAR!!!

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  18. To some who wonder about the family: this was a state action against Linden, there where no consideration as far as what family has to say. In face of law, there is no consideration of family loss. Law does not even cares if family has anything to say, or ask, they are not even considered to be a victims of what happened. The idiot who mentions a financial bargain, check the law. The driver has no obligation towards the family really. Something like this can happen to any one, I hope that no one will go trough this, but the facts are that Dita is no longer with us, and in reality, state does not care about those who are left behind. Simple, but true, other than the empty words "we are sorry about your loss".

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  19. Let's suppose it had been a 20 year old manual worker from Le Squez in a souped up Citroen Saxo (but legal, with Insurers notified of modifications), can you imagine him getting away with such a ridiculous slap on the wrist?

    No, me neither. Something smells rotten.

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  20. Unless the passenger is under 14 it is not the responsibility of the driver the ensure that the passenger is wearing a seatbelt.

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  21. Just to add a final insult to the family and the people that wanted justice.

    The court granted all Mr Linden's court costs. So his defence did not cost him a penny, but it did the public as his defence lawyers still had to be paid.

    Who knows next they will be putting judges into jail, should they be found guilty or wrongdoing and still paying them £2165 a week plus board and lodgings.

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