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Are you sure about that

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Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #30 on: June 17, 2012, 11:20:01 PM »
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    good idea. as I KNOW I have not deceived, conned, etc etc anyone. Its not in me.


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Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #31 on: June 18, 2012, 09:14:09 PM »
No it's not, you're full of sh** Mr C, thats why.

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Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #32 on: June 18, 2012, 09:49:36 PM »
 8-)(--) lol Joanne

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Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #33 on: June 18, 2012, 09:54:29 PM »
Karen Torley



    well get concentrating on your synophis of your case for me please. We cant fight with them all day and night. lol I know its a good stress reliever to argue with them. what i love most is doing what Wullie and I call a hit and run post. Write something you know will really rile them and just leave them to rant for a day or so. Its hilarous. I will do one soon


Come to think of it Wullie Beck would know all about 'hit and run' wouldn't he?  Wasn't he convicted of the armed raid of a Post Office van in Livingstone 26 years ago, a crime he denies to this day and also calls himself a miscarriage of justice?   hmm... 8(0(*

And by the looks of it Dr Michael Naughton believes him.  I wonder why?

Postgraduate law students Mark Allum and Ryan Jendoubi last week produced a response with the University of Bristol Innocence Project (UoBIP) to the Scottish Criminal Case Review Commission, calling into question the evidence used to convict William Beck of armed robbery in 1981.

Under the guidance of Dr Michael Naughton, founder of the UoBIP, the students had seven months to compound a submission.


http://l2b.thelawyer.com/bristol-students-in-battle-to-overturn-conviction-of-alleged-armed-robber/1008991.article

Does calling into question evidence render someone innocent?
And by the looks of it Dr Michael Naughton believes him.  I wonder why?
« Last Edit: June 18, 2012, 09:59:11 PM by John »
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. John Lamberton exposes malfeasance by public officials.
Check out my website >   http://johnlamberton.webs.com/index.htm?no_redirect=true     The truth never changes with the passage of time.

Stephanie

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Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #34 on: June 18, 2012, 10:04:21 PM »
Karen Torley



    well get concentrating on your synophis of your case for me please. We cant fight with them all day and night. lol I know its a good stress reliever to argue with them. what i love most is doing what Wullie and I call a hit and run post. Write something you know will really rile them and just leave them to rant for a day or so. Its hilarous. I will do one soon


Come to think of it Wullie Beck would know all about 'hit and run' wouldn't he?  Wasn't he convicted of the armed raid of a Post Office van in Livingstone 26 years ago, a crime he denies to this day and also calls himself a miscarriage of justice?   hmm... 8(0(*

http://l2b.thelawyer.com/bristol-students-in-battle-to-overturn-conviction-of-alleged-armed-robber/1008991.article


And by the looks of it Dr Michael Naughton believes him.  I wonder why?

I wonder what Mr Mckie and his daughter will think of him when they find out what he's 'really' been up to?

This being the same Wullie Beck who openly says he doesn't support my INNOCENT husband Simon because of the treatment Steffie Bon received from 'the family.'

People like you make me laugh!  @)(++(* Grow up!!

At your age you should know better. And if you genuinely supported MOJ's you wouldn't be carrying on like this! Absolutely appauling behaviour! Shame on you!

Stephanie

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Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #35 on: June 18, 2012, 10:12:11 PM »
Karen Torley



    well get concentrating on your synophis of your case for me please. We cant fight with them all day and night. lol I know its a good stress reliever to argue with them. what i love most is doing what Wullie and I call a hit and run post. Write something you know will really rile them and just leave them to rant for a day or so. Its hilarous. I will do one soon


Come to think of it Wullie Beck would know all about 'hit and run' wouldn't he?  Wasn't he convicted of the armed raid of a Post Office van in Livingstone 26 years ago, a crime he denies to this day and also calls himself a miscarriage of justice?   hmm... 8(0(*

And by the looks of it Dr Michael Naughton believes him.  I wonder why?

Postgraduate law students Mark Allum and Ryan Jendoubi last week produced a response with the University of Bristol Innocence Project (UoBIP) to the Scottish Criminal Case Review Commission, calling into question the evidence used to convict William Beck of armed robbery in 1981.

Under the guidance of Dr Michael Naughton, founder of the UoBIP, the students had seven months to compound a submission.


http://l2b.thelawyer.com/bristol-students-in-battle-to-overturn-conviction-of-alleged-armed-robber/1008991.article

Does calling into question evidence render someone innocent?
And by the looks of it Dr Michael Naughton believes him.  I wonder why?

John - I cannot comment for Dr Naughton but rest assured he has been appraised.

We all make mistakes, you included - but we must all remain focused on moving forward.

Let's leave the point scoring to the trolls and game players.

Online John

Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #36 on: June 18, 2012, 10:18:05 PM »
Karen Torley



    well get concentrating on your synophis of your case for me please. We cant fight with them all day and night. lol I know its a good stress reliever to argue with them. what i love most is doing what Wullie and I call a hit and run post. Write something you know will really rile them and just leave them to rant for a day or so. Its hilarous. I will do one soon


Come to think of it Wullie Beck would know all about 'hit and run' wouldn't he?  Wasn't he convicted of the armed raid of a Post Office van in Livingstone 26 years ago, a crime he denies to this day and also calls himself a miscarriage of justice?   hmm... 8(0(*

And by the looks of it Dr Michael Naughton believes him.  I wonder why?

Postgraduate law students Mark Allum and Ryan Jendoubi last week produced a response with the University of Bristol Innocence Project (UoBIP) to the Scottish Criminal Case Review Commission, calling into question the evidence used to convict William Beck of armed robbery in 1981.

Under the guidance of Dr Michael Naughton, founder of the UoBIP, the students had seven months to compound a submission.


http://l2b.thelawyer.com/bristol-students-in-battle-to-overturn-conviction-of-alleged-armed-robber/1008991.article

Does calling into question evidence render someone innocent?
And by the looks of it Dr Michael Naughton believes him.  I wonder why?

John - I cannot comment for Dr Naughton but rest assured he has been appraised.

We all make mistakes, you included - but we must all remain focused on moving forward.

Let's leave the point scoring to the trolls and game players.


Yes indeed, my biggest mistake was believing people were all as trustworthy, genuine and honest as myself. 

I suppose it is the law of averages, if Naughton takes on enough cases he might win one some day.  Pity about the poor buggers who have lost out in the meantime though.
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. John Lamberton exposes malfeasance by public officials.
Check out my website >   http://johnlamberton.webs.com/index.htm?no_redirect=true     The truth never changes with the passage of time.

Stephanie

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Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #37 on: June 18, 2012, 10:37:07 PM »
Karen Torley



    well get concentrating on your synophis of your case for me please. We cant fight with them all day and night. lol I know its a good stress reliever to argue with them. what i love most is doing what Wullie and I call a hit and run post. Write something you know will really rile them and just leave them to rant for a day or so. Its hilarous. I will do one soon


Come to think of it Wullie Beck would know all about 'hit and run' wouldn't he?  Wasn't he convicted of the armed raid of a Post Office van in Livingstone 26 years ago, a crime he denies to this day and also calls himself a miscarriage of justice?   hmm... 8(0(*

And by the looks of it Dr Michael Naughton believes him.  I wonder why?

Postgraduate law students Mark Allum and Ryan Jendoubi last week produced a response with the University of Bristol Innocence Project (UoBIP) to the Scottish Criminal Case Review Commission, calling into question the evidence used to convict William Beck of armed robbery in 1981.

Under the guidance of Dr Michael Naughton, founder of the UoBIP, the students had seven months to compound a submission.


http://l2b.thelawyer.com/bristol-students-in-battle-to-overturn-conviction-of-alleged-armed-robber/1008991.article

Does calling into question evidence render someone innocent?
And by the looks of it Dr Michael Naughton believes him.  I wonder why?

John - I cannot comment for Dr Naughton but rest assured he has been appraised.

We all make mistakes, you included - but we must all remain focused on moving forward.

Let's leave the point scoring to the trolls and game players.


Yes indeed, my biggest mistake was believing people were all as trustworthy, genuine and honest as myself. 

I suppose it is the law of averages, if Naughton takes on enough cases he might win one some day.  Pity about the poor buggers who have lost out in the meantime though.

On this occassion; you can't say you weren't warned.

Re the 'poor buggers who have lost out in the meantime though' -

Depends on ones perspective. If we look at victims of a MOJ as 'poor buggers' we are already saying they have been beaten; they are below what is perceived as the norm... Does that make sense?




Online John

Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #38 on: June 18, 2012, 11:10:53 PM »
My perspective on this is if they would concentrate on the cases which are likely to succeed instead of attempting to be all things to all people then the genuine cases might have a chance. 
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. John Lamberton exposes malfeasance by public officials.
Check out my website >   http://johnlamberton.webs.com/index.htm?no_redirect=true     The truth never changes with the passage of time.

Bright eyes

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Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #39 on: June 19, 2012, 10:25:19 PM »
KC hops from forum to forum like a rabbit  watch when he gets caught in the headlights   @)(++(*  @)(++(*  @)(++(*  @)(++(*  @)(++(*  @)(++(*  @)(++(*

realtruth

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Re: The Jury said No! The Judge said Yes! - Twice!!
« Reply #40 on: June 19, 2012, 10:36:17 PM »
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