Discussion in 'SMB' started by UTW, May 16, 2017.
"It seems to me that if this was a one-off, a complete one-off, to prevent this extraordinary able young lady from not following her long-held desire to enter the profession she wishes to, would be a sentence which would be too severe"
Seems reasonable given he will have presided over the entire case and not just read an inflammatory right wing tabloid summary and got the pitchforks out.
Not saying that you, @UTW, have done that but invariably some will.
Be a canny danger shag
Leniency for having 'extraordinary talent' is a really fucking dangerous precedent to set
^^ desperate for a danger buck
In that case AJ should have........nah
if people were let off because of extraordinary talents we'd have beaten the mags last March and stayed up this season...
Is there anything better?
She hasn't been let off just because of that though. There are clearly other factors at play here. That much is surely obvious.
release her we need heart surgeons, any scratters that stab their boyfriends should be jailed for life
"Drink and drug fuelled"
If this was on a council estate we'd be labelling her scum
Should be jailed for 8 years for that. Fuck her career.
The Law is meant to be impartial, if she was a NEET we wouldn't be discussing this.
Aye, her background, accent and Oxbridge status.
or maybe the judge found that sentencing her wasn't justified based on the evidence and her character.
Then again maybe it is a huge conspiracy and people are rightly getting angry at a right wing tabloid piece on it
Not sure I'd want to be operated on by a surgeon who could have been on a drink and drug fueled bender recently.
It's not a conspiracy. It's the old as time itself tradition of privileged people getting an easier ride.
At the risk of derailing the thread, the McCanns are a prime example.
"Oh you silly thing, you've really gone and done it now...."
Daily Mirror also reporting the same story.
Also since when was the Telegraph a tabloid?
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