Wednesday, 25 February 2009

One rule for them....

Philippa Curtis admitted using her phone to send/recieve text messages prior to a fatal accident, and was jailed for 21 months, with a 3 year driving ban. The public has in fact complained that it was too leniant and it's up for review.

Wonder what they'll make of Lord Ahmed, who again sent/recieved texts prior to a fatal accident, who has been jailed for 12 weeks for exactly the same crime.

So, no fucking favouritism there then.

A fat fucking cunt, earlier

Pravda have now expanded their story to state:
The judge, Mr Justice Wilkie, said that the text messaging had finished before the accident took place and was not connected to the fatal incident.

I say bollocks.


Dungeekin said...

No doubt the Noble Lord will, upon release, sue the estate of the deceased for compensation.

After all, it's the Prole's fault, isn't it? He wilfully and recklessly obstructed the passage of a Member of the Labour Elite.

I sincerely hope Ahmed's passage gets obstructed while he's inside.


Anonymous said...

Lets hope the next idiot who kills someone whilst texting and driving doesn't use this joke as a means of appeal against their sentence.STA

it's either banned or compulsory said...

It was just explained to idiot me ( who gets 'confused' about sentencing ) on Radio 4 that the sentence had nothing whatever to do with the death of the Slovak but was because of the evidence Police cpincidentally found of New Lag Ahmed texting while driving.

The bar for such an offence has thus been set ( and killer ahmeds lawyer is moaning that his criminal client is being used as a scapegoat, he just about kept from saying " It's coz he's Muslim, innit "

That means he got zilch for killing the Slovak guy btw.

it's either banned or compulsory said...

I was wrong over at OH, Nu Lag Ahmed is up for release at half time but, wait for it; he will also benefit from the current de-crowding programme that lets ALL prisoners out two and a half weeks even before that !

He'll be out after 3 + 1/2 weeks.

Source, a Probation Service manager.