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Sun: 63 comments still showing - one of them even accusing McCanns and Martin Brunt over Brenda Leyland's death

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Re: Sun: 63 comments still showing - one of them even accusing McCanns and Martin Brunt over Brenda Leyland's death

Post by BarryTheHatchet on 20.05.16 15:01

@willowthewisp wrote:Hi BarrytheHatchit,that must have been some Court case to have taken such a risk to "Pervert the Course of Justice"hope your watching closely Clarence?
There was a lot of money involved as the clients were very wealthy.  The father who was seeking more access to his kids was a very well set up Wall Street banker.  If Hyman had been believed, this man would have been jailed for perverting the course of justice himself, and lost his kids for good.  I have zero sympathy for the ex-barrister, all my sympathy is reserved for the dad and his kids.

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Re: Sun: 63 comments still showing - one of them even accusing McCanns and Martin Brunt over Brenda Leyland's death

Post by Realist on 20.05.16 16:13

@BarryTheHatchet wrote:Yes, a barrister.  And as far as I know, the only one to ever be jailed in the 800 year history of barristers.
Here's another one :-.

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/may/02/constance-briscoe-jailed-perverting-course-justice


In fact, I think there have been several fairly recent cases including a barrister who received around a 10 stretch for possession with intent to supply a few kilos of heroin, or it may have been Columbian marching powder. There's also a freight load of solicitors, the Cat. D gaols are full of 'em, always have been.

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Post by BarryTheHatchet on 20.05.16 17:56

My goodness, just like buses, you wait 800 years for a barrister to get the jail and lo and behold!  Two come along at once! Mr

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Re: Sun: 63 comments still showing - one of them even accusing McCanns and Martin Brunt over Brenda Leyland's death

Post by Guest on 20.05.16 20:31

@Realist wrote:
@Verdi wrote:

User name 'Cristobell' had already left this forum when you joined Realist.
Ladyinred might think otherwise, Verdi
Yes, Realist has been a member here previously with a different username.
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Post by aquila on 20.05.16 20:35

Ladyinred wrote:
@Realist wrote:
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User name 'Cristobell' had already left this forum when you joined Realist.
Ladyinred might think otherwise, Verdi
Yes, Realist has been a member here previously with a different username.
We get them all here Ladyinred. They do love their diatribes, spelling people's names incorrectly and generally taking the P.
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Re: Sun: 63 comments still showing - one of them even accusing McCanns and Martin Brunt over Brenda Leyland's death

Post by Richard IV on 21.05.16 11:51

@Verdi wrote:
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Whacky theories are fine.  Allowing vitriolic comments to be posted on your blog - or as I suspect, writing them yourself - is not. 
She's been caught out in a number of questionable things she's said and then twisted round and tried to deny them.  You can always tell because she starts LOLing and ROFLing all over the place, and going all girly and giggly.  It does not fool me.
I don't follow blogs, tweets, facebook etc. Barry. I was only commenting on how I found her to be on this forum. I didn't have many exchanges with her, but in those instances where I did, I found her to be polite, although not necessarily logical big grin
User name 'Cristobell' had already left this forum when you joined Realist.
`Though you`re fairly new yourself Verdi - Cristobell may have left by then unless you were posting under your previous avatar.
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Post by Verdi on 21.05.16 12:55

@Richard IV wrote:`Though you`re fairly new yourself Verdi - Cristobell may have left by then unless you were posting under your previous avatar.

Eh?

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