Category: Justice

Oct 16

Father freed after rooftop protest

Eugene Lukjanenko celebrates winning his rooftop protest battle outside Chatham Magistrates Court. But his fight to have Medway return his son continues.

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Oct 10

The Death of #MeToo

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Jun 12

‘That Summit’ & North Korea’s Christians

What does this Trump / Kim handshake mean for the Christians of North Korea?

What does the Trump / Kim Summit mean for North Korea’s Christians? Firstly, we thank God the summit has happened.  It has advanced peace and lessened the prospect of war.  Naturally, the mainstream media are asking who ‘won’ or who ‘gained the most from it’? Explaining ‘the handshake’ The BBC ‘explains the handshake’ and the …

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May 31

Germaine Greer in Hay Festival rape storm

Germaine Greer

Germaine Greer has told an audience at the Hay Literary Festival that ‘most rape’ is not violent but ‘lazy, careless and insensitive.’ Her intervention prompts us to look at what the word of God says. We shall find it is at odds with both contemporary views and Miss Greer’s revisionism. But first, what did she …

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May 30

Tommy Robinson ‘contempt’ in Muslim grooming case

Tommy Robinson

Sky News reports, ‘The former leader of the English Defence League, Tommy Robinson, has been jailed for 13 months after flouting court orders for a second time.’ It goes on, ‘The EDL founder – whose real name Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon was listed on court documents – was sentenced to 10 months for contempt of court.  …

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May 04

Skripal, Steele, Trump & the Russian Dossier

Ex-MI6 man Christopher Steele compiled the Trump Russian Dossier

Revelations are popping out about links between poisoned double-agent Sergei Skripal and the Russian Dossier on Donald Trump compiled by a British spy. D-Notice on editors Colourful ex-ambassador Craig Murray reports on something called a ‘D-Notice’.  More properly it’s a DSMA-Notice (Defence and Security Media Advisory Notice).  Nevertheless, people still refer to the old name, in use …

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Jan 24

Chief Prosecutor: ‘No rape injustice’

Chief Prosecutor for England & Wales Alsion Saunders

According to reports, Chief Prosecutor for England and Wales Alison Saunders has said she does not think anyone is in jail after being wrongly convicted because of failures to disclose crucial evidence. Her remarks follow a string of cases which have collapsed after police and prosecutors failed to disclose important evidence to the defence team …

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Jan 24

David Bryant: Injustice In Buggery Case

David Bryant with his wife Lynn.

(Article Published in Christian Voice newsletter Summer Recess 2016) A former fireman convicted of a sex attack and held in jail for four years had his conviction quashed in July 2016 in the Court of Appeal. David Bryant, now 66, of Grove Road East, Christchurch, Dorset, was accused of committing an offence against a man …

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Sep 11

Medway Council’s Emotional Abuse

Sara Root was taken to court for contempt by Medway Council

A mother who says her two youngest children were wrongly taken into care by Medway Council was given a six-month suspended prison sentence at the end of last month by Judge Richard Polden Sara Root told Christian Voice her children were taken seven years ago for ‘emotional abuse’. District Judge Graham Green made a judgment …

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Jul 19

Medway dispute Mother guilty of ‘contempt’

Maidstone County Court

A mother in dispute with social services was found guilty yesterday of contempt of court.  The case has not yet concluded so we shall refer to her as ‘SR’. Sitting at Maidstone County Court, in open court, Judge Richard Polden held ‘SR’ had  breached an injunction forbidding her from naming her children and reporting on …

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