Post by Nick Post by The Todal
So here's an interesting angle. An experienced female barrister who
thinks the complainant is always being given the benefit of the doubt in
these historic abuse cases, and who has advocated reducing the age of
consent, now seems to be in trouble for making threats and committing
harassment. Not what we'd expect from m'learned friends.
That is want happens to people who stand up to witch hunters. What is
she actually alleged to have done?
Called someone a Nazi and their sympathizers "sociopathic bunny boilers"
So what is a "harassment warning"
Here's another legal chappie being a little, err, injudicious.
Is there something about the Internet which leads people to
become intoxicated with their own opinions and throw caution
to the winds?
12 April 2017
Judge sacked for trolling people on online news stories
A judge has been sacked for using a pseudonym to post abusive
comments on a newspaper website about cases he was involved in.
Recorder Jason Dunn-Shaw, of Maidstone Chambers in Kent, is
understood to have called one man a "donkey" and others
"narrow-minded and bigoted".
He also accused others of commenting "without thinking things
Mr Dunn-Shaw told KentOnline - the site where the comments
were posted - he was "dismayed" he had been sacked.
Dunn-Shaw was commenting on news stories relating to a case
for which he was sitting as a judge at Canterbury Crown Court,
and another for which he was a barrister.
The Judicial Conduct Investigations Office (JCIO) said his
behaviour was "below standard". ...