Thursday, December 29, 2011

An Arrest Holiday.



It is no wonder the law is regarded by so many as an ass when a judge in Auckland has declined a request from Auckland City Council for warrants to have the few remaining Aotea Square occupiers arrested - apparently on the grounds that the miscreants - already in breach of a court order - will not get access to the courts until January the 16th.



Really? Three weeks in the calaboose is just what these verminous squatters need.

Adolf wonders if all other criminals will enjoy a Christmas 'arrest holiday.'

Thank God I no longer reside in Sooky La La Land.

9 comments:

Simo said...

Fresh from Aotea Square - I hope this silly bitch isnt presiding over the prospect Mobster in Taupo

"However, Judge Philippa Cunningham said there was difficulty in the wording of the notice the council had filed with the court - it stated it wanted arrests for ''unnamed individuals'' who resided in the square ''from time to time''.

''How do you know they're residents as opposed to visiting?'' she asked.


This is why the justice system is the way it is with judicial idiots like this, Crusher should have her removed for stupidity and being a knuckle-wringing twitty hippie

dad4justice said...

All judge's are fuckwits eh judge foldem you piece of shit.

Are you really Graeme Taylor big bruv's anal buddy?

dad4justice said...

Peter Davis and the judge.

Say no more you lying creeps!

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

Philippa Cunningham has form in the stupidity department.
You could say it is a sport of her's.

FAIRFACTS MEDIA said...

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10748953

Paulus said...

Wow and this is a High Court NON Judgement.

Len, Len, Len where are you, you useless t...

Sunning up somewhere.

There cannot be a judgement without Police brutality.

kevin said...

Lock the pricks in. No coming or going... stay.

Psycho Milt said...

As Simo points out, the judge quite rightly refused to allow the council carte blanche to arrest anyone it felt like who happened to be in Aotea Square at the time, given that those arrested would have no access to the courts for weeks. The point of having a justice system and rule of law is that it should be in some way different from a bunch of pissed rednecks rounding up hippies and dealing to them.

baxter said...

It's a Comic Court, the only ones laughing are the perpetrators and the lawyers the ratepayers don't count and they can't see the joke.