Wednesday, September 10, 2014

More corruption

Finally, we'll be able to release evidence of two UK judges perverting the course of justice and of one barrister (acting for the Department for Transport) lying in court and on oath.

Both the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court have been made aware of this situation.

It must come as a reflex to our government departments to deal with lawyers who commit legal malpractice to the detriment of "their clients". (They did the same in the the Gaul and the other formal inquiries.)

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