I missed this earlier. I really should spend more time reading PJ Media! In one particularly brilliant line of questioning, O’Mara asked if there was anything in Zimmerman’s words that would suggest an uncaring attitude. Serino replied: “No.” O’Mara asked if Zimmerman, during his first interview with Serino at 12:05 a.m. on February 27, 2012,… Continue reading Zimmerman – “thank goodness someone caught that on video”
Just reading the day 3 report now. Check this out for a credible witness: More objectively, however, was testimony by Sudyka that was clearly contrary to facts known and accepted by everyone else involved in the case. On at least three separate occasions Sudyka referred to the “three shots” fired by Zimmerman–”pop, pop, pop”. No… Continue reading Zimmerman Trial Day 3
Wouldn’t it be nice if family statements after shootings were more like this? Update: If you’re the sort of person who thinks that families should attack the police after having one of their members caught red-handed and armed in commission of a crime, you really won’t like what I have to say here – at… Continue reading Not the statement of the Adam Morehu Family
Those upset about this case… The Human Rights Commission plans to prosecute the Sensible Sentencing Trust for breaching a serial paedophile’s* privacy. It stems from the trust printing the man’s name and details of his offending on its website. The commission says this breaches his privacy because the trust does not mention that he has… Continue reading Sensible Sentencing Trust not the first victim?
In the news: There are calls for a review of police pursuit policy following a high speed chase that ended with two men in hospital. Speeds of 180 kilometres an hour were reached in a pursuit near Hamilton last night, moments before the fleeing car crashed. Suspects John Koteka, 34, and Alex Tereora, 31, are… Continue reading Police Chases
Fishing will no longer be tolerated. No charges will be laid after two eels were killed near the Willowbank Wildlife Reserve. The reserve called police in October after it was alerted to a picture on Facebook apparently showing two youths on the reserve grounds holding two dead longfin eels, believed to be about 70 years old…. “No offence has been committed,… Continue reading Fishing will no longer be tolerated
From page 22 of the report. The only thing I can reiterate is that these five members of my family were my life. They were part of who I was. We were extremely close. We all loved each other dearly. The last thing that I could possibly have done is to take their lives. I… Continue reading Why Binnie is wrong – from his own report
A little bird tells me that the Law Society has dismissed complaints against lawyer Madeleine Flannagan and lawyer Simon Buckingham. Apparently, unlike some, the law society is able to read legal judgments and understand phrases like: “Ms Sperling’s assumption of the role of victim in this matter in my view cannot be justified. “ “Lie No 4 was… Continue reading Law society rules Wonderful Now Posts are further Harassment of Lawyer Madeleine Flannagan and Simon Buckingham
For people who aren’t familiar, there is an ongoing debate in the US about presenting ID when voting. The argument for is pretty straightforward: if you want to vote, you should be able to prove who you are in order to prevent fraud. The counter-argument is less… calm and rational. Let’s let Idiot give a typical rendition with a local slant. Which is of… Continue reading Voter ID debate – over.
I have noted previously [link] that Jacqueline Sperling tried (and continues to try) to ruin the life of lawyer Madeleine Flannagan, for having the temerity to request she stop harassing and defaming a rape victim in her spare time. But a few weeks ago, I realised that there was another player that I had… Continue reading Simon Buckingham, Lawyer, vs. Jacqueline Sperling, Liar