Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Kier Starmer finally gets his article published

After three attempts, Kier Starmer today finally managed to get his article published in the Guardian;
"The verdicts in the Dave Lee Travis Bill Roache Nigel Evans Max Clifford case mark an important moment for our criminal justice system. For years, victims of sexual offending felt they had no chance of success if they were up against a celebrity. Let us not forget that although the vast majority of Jimmy Savile's victims lacked the confidence to come forward during his lifetime, four did. But, in the end, each of them felt they could not, alone, take on someone of his then popularity."
Only four MPs have been sent to prison as a result of the greatest mass-theft in Parliamentary history, and no bankers at all have been jailed for trashing the nation's finances. Blair and his war crim cronies remain at large, NHS managers responsible for scores of deaths are enjoying their retirement and not one policeman has been indicted for the dozens of deaths in custody. But we can be assured that Kier Starmer will let no bottom-pincher go unprosecuted.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

If this country's politicians ever got this country's priorities right, we'd be dangerous!

Coney Island

Anonymous said...

Exactly what is happening on the Elm Guest House child abuse scandal or is it Operation Fairbank led by the Met Police? Powerful paedophile network linked to Parliament and No 10, oh dear me, we couldn't have that now, could we??? Better to try and prosecute celebrities!

Budgie said...

That about sums it up, Raedwald.