Fairness is what justice really is versus Fairness by the time justice is done, … (cfr. below page).

Introduction
A failing justice system

It is already the subtitle of the website.

Let’s come straight to the point:

  • deliberate wrongdoing within entities in the justice system,
    it mirrors madness,
  • elaborated in points A to O ranging from The Inconceivable to The aura of perfection.
  • This includes a comprehensive 16-point overview that provides a glimpse into the essence of the website.

     

  • One compelling example is highlighted by Lord Justice Fraser in point N where he emphasizes A cock-and-bull story with the strongest language:


‘This approach by the Post Office has amounted, in reality, to baseless assertions and denials that ignore what has actually occurred.
It amounts to the 21st-century equivalent of maintaining that the Earth is flat’

How can someone be guilty of something they didn’t do?
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What happened?

A 14-year-old boy was sentenced to 17 years in prison

based on fabricated evidence!

Can we empathize with the excruciating pain of seven teenagers and young people and truly understand their situation?

Understanding something like this is difficult, it is almost impossible!

  • They are shouldering the daunting challenge of being unjustly imprisoned,
  • for reasons entirely beyond their control,
  • due to a flawed and unreliable justice system.
  • They are grappling with the incomprehensibility of this egregious miscarriage of justice orchestrated by a corrupt cop.
  • The depth and severity of the negative spiral that these innocents endure is simply unimaginable;
  • it transcends human comprehension.
  • No words can encapsulate the unfathomable anguish and injustice they faced.
  • This is ‘a perversion of justice‘, as described in the Cambridge Dictionary, and akin to modern-day slavery.
  • On someone’s watch: highlighting the responsibility and accountability for the injustice.

Note: the 4th bullet is a peculiar one.

The justice system makes it hard to remain indifferent when it perversely burdens innocent people with existential difficulties and, by abusing its position of power, subjects individuals to inhumane situations.

For example, by using fabricated evidence, as mentioned earlier in the case of 14-year-old John Bunn.

How can someone be guilty of something they didn’t do?

A rush to justice sent 14-year-old George Stinney to death in 1944. It took 70 years to overturn his conviction in 2014.

The innocence of 14-year-old George Stinney was disregarded,
leading to his execution on the electric chair without due legal process.

This serves as a stark example of the shortcomings within the justice system,
particularly evident in clear-cut cases, as highlighted in the introduction of this homepage.

The use of the electric chair for George Stinney’s execution occurred despite knowledge of his innocence at that time, not only becoming evident until 70 years later. The case was deeply flawed, marked by minimal evidence and a lack of proper legal representation. Despite awareness of his innocence at the time, George Stinney was executed in the electric chair a mere 83 days after the crime took place. (Cfr. point E. Slip through the cracks)

A. Inconceivable

What you see in the video is extreme:

young, innocent children,

for example, 14 years old, 

being framed in jail,

knowing that there is nothing wrong.

It is incomprehensible that someone

 could knowingly do something like this

 to someone else’s life.

It is ‘one of the biggest questions of justice’.

Are you still a human being?
 Is this still a society?

Think of the opposite of what the 22-year-old Mamoudou did in 30 seconds
 for a 4-year-old child.

In other words:
the devil that nails down
14-year-old John Bunn
where he doesn’t belong,
contrasts sharply with the heroism of
a 22-year-old who acts immediately.

This embodies ‘The law of Nature’.

JUSTICE COURSE PREVIEW

Please listen to video 5:

Post office inquiry: Fujitsu manager called bankrupted subpostmaster ‘nasty chap’

Imagine a brilliant student at the Harvard University and taking
the outstanding course with Professor Michael Sandel.

Please enjoy listening to video 1: ‘A Lesson in Lying’ and the
following videos on this webpage: ‘The law of Nature’.

Justice: What’s The Right Thing To Do?

A course at the Harvard University.

Twelve videos in The Field of Ethics.

Professor Michael Sandel is concerned with

The Questions of Justice and Fairness.

B. The essence

You can’t look away from the egregious injustice

faced by these individuals.

Indifference is not an option

when faced with such a significant and severe situation.

It is difficult. It is ‘a sign on the wall’. A Red Flag.

——–

We are dealing with a semblance of reality.

Something that appears to be real or true but is actually deceptive or not entirely genuine.

——–

For example the high-profile case of Lian Allan in Great Britain in 2016 (point 1 below)

‘puts the finger on the sore spot’,

as prosecutor Jerry Hayes himself said, “It is just sheer incompetence”.

——–

The handling of the case was neither fish nor flesh;

it didn’t meet the standards of justice,

almost as if it was a last-minute decision,

even drawing attention in the House of Commons.

——–

An appearance of reality, jaded, bewildering and surreal.

——–

A semblance, an appearance of reality,

in Dutch ‘een schijnwerkelijkheid’.

——–

Framing is a double-edged sword, determined by the lens through which one views it. In other words, framing is a complex concept influenced by people’s perspectives.

When there is framing or cherry-picking, someone playing the role of The Devils Advocate is a good idea.

The basis for Liam’s prosecution relied on paper-thin evidence, which, as Jerry Hayes put it, came dangerously close to resulting in a wrongful conviction. The justice system seemed almost like Candid Camera. Justice, like a two-edged sword, highlighted the precariousness of the situation. It’s just sheer incompetence. This illustrates the gravity and fragility of our justice system in specific cases.

On a lighter note, have you seen the hilarious ‘Exploding iPhone Prank’ from Candid Camera?

‘It wasn’t against my will or anything’: How a rape case built over two years fell apart with a single text.

The situation echoed the eerie authenticity of a Candid Camera episode, where individuals, unsuspecting and enveloped in the smoke of a false reality, believed in the impending explosion, much like how baseless allegations almost ensnared Liam Allan in a wrongful conviction, showcasing the fragile trust within our justice system.

De situatie weerspiegelde het griezelige realisme van een aflevering van Candid Camera, waar individuen, onwetend en omhuld door de rook van een valse realiteit, geloofden in de dreigende explosie, net zoals ongegronde beschuldigingen bijna Liam Allan in een onterechte veroordeling deden belanden, waarbij het fragiele vertrouwen in ons rechtssysteem aan het licht kwam.

Consider the British Post Office scandal

and numerous cases featured on this homepage

and throughout the website;

they all serve as prime examples where everything

has gone wrong in terms of justice.

C. Clarification note

Raphael Rowe tells the story of
how he spent 12
years in prison
for crimes he did not commit.
 

Raphael is a clear indication or warning of something that is very wrong
in the justice system.
A Red Flag.
He was about 19.

Trust is a judgement

that someone else can be relied upon or

that some institution can relied on.
It isn’t proof.
Trust is what we do when we need a shortcut.

Please listen to the BBC MP3 of philosopher, Onora O’Neill.

The big idea: the new distrust (about 10 minutes)

Trust in justice

D. No-nonsense

Sheldon Thomas was just 16
when he was convicted
on basis of a photo and
it was not him

 december 2004.
19 year innocent in prison.
He was 35 when he came free.

Thomas was “denied due process at every stage.”
The case was based on 100% lies.

The Unthinkable

In the examples on this current page and throughout the website, we are continuously confronted with orchestrated, manipulated, or deceptive decisions without legality.

Authenticity: what’s real and what’s fake.

There are plenty of examples where justice is used as a toy, where justice fools someone.

It is all about dishonesty.

There is a problem, a big, big problem.

The way of looking at the justice system is not right, as explained in the above-mentioned explanation ‘The essence’.

E. Slip through the cracks

A 14-year-old child, ‘George Stinney’ (1944),
executed on the electric chair.
Without a speck of fairness.
It’s a hallmark of the the ‘power institution of justice’.

——–

In point ‘2: A Devilish Construction’ below, Louis Taylor,
a 16-year-old, went from being a hero to becoming
a scapegoat, spending 41 years in prison.

ON THIS DAY…March 25, 1931 The Scottsboro Boys were nine African American teenagers, ages 13 to 20, falsely accused in Alabama of raping two white women on a train in 1931. The landmark set of legal cases from this incident dealt with racism and the right to a fair trial. The cases included a lynch mob before the suspects had been indicted, all-white juries, rushed trials, and disruptive mobs. It is commonly cited as an example of a miscarriage of justice in the United States legal system.

In a debate over the bill in April 2021, McKnight said he agreed with the death penalty in principle but that he opposed the state carrying out executions because of cases of people known to have been wrongfully executed or where there was significant doubt over their guilt.

George, who was Black, was put to death in 1944 (point E below) in the Jim Crow era of the South, after being accused of killing two white girls; Betty June Binnicker, 11, and Mary Emma Thames, 7.
The two girls are said to have been last seen while riding their bicycles in Alcolu, South Carolina, when they stopped to ask George and his younger sister Aime if they knew where they could find any maypops, the yellow fruit of passionflowers.

F. An Inconvenient Truth

In the coal mines of India, tens of thousands of children are forced to work in ‘rat holes’ – tiny pits too small for adults to reach.

Why are the authorities turning a blind eye to this lethal and illegal practice?

Please click (the link below the image), watch, and listen to the lives of these two young boys in a 22-minute video.

It captures a defining moment – the place where they belong.

Let children be children.

It’s about school with friends, their growth, and the education they deserve.

The Bible shockingly articulates

the uncomfortable truth of exploiting a child

(as in the video) through the metaphor of

a millstone around the neck

and being cast into

the depths of the sea.

The living conditions, housing,

and the reality for these two 12-year-old boys

working in Indian coal mines are appalling.

 In other words, their situation is distressing

 and shocking due to the harshness

of their work environment.

Please watch the video

The Children Working On Indian Coal Mines

It’s like what is depicted by the 12 links next to the image.

It’s like worthless legal decisions highlighted on the website.

Please reread the first three lines of point B above, considering the contents of this ‘Inconvenient Truth’.

G. When ‘the veil of ignorance’ disappears

Exculpatory evidence

Evidence that supports a defendant’s innocence, which must be given to the defense by prosecutors unasked; if this rule is broken, the verdict could be overturned.

There is so much injustice in the justice system.

How to use “exculpatory evidence” in a sentence

  1. The defense lawyer strongly believes that the withheld surveillance footage is critical exculpatory evidence.
  2. The judge ordered the prosecution to provide all exculpatory evidence to the defense prior to trial.
  3. Overlooked exculpatory evidence was found which led to the defendant’s appeal for a new trial.

Deliberate mistakes

One can employ legal means to do wrong things

Particularly when it can disrupt society, irreversibly negatively affect the life of a child or young person, or impact the existential reality of a human life (as expressed in point e of this introduction in the text of 4 paragraphs, with the example of the Scottsboro Boys).

The use of the word ‘exception’ is incorrect

The disaster with The Herald of Free Enterprise in 1987 in Zeebrugge, The Fireworks Disaster in Enschede on Saturday, May 13, 2000, the initial verdict in The Rodney King Trial that led to the 1992 riots in Los Angeles, The Crash of Germanwings Flight 9525 on March 24, 2015, and similar incidents cannot be considered as exceptions.

Particularly, the 9 examples of an unjust conviction in the lower point 3 are also not an exception. As Barry Scheck put it in the case of Michael Morton, they were good lawyers. However, a prosecutor who withheld exculpatory evidence and was subsequently convicted for it. The difficulties faced by Belgian princess Delphine and The Chambermaid in the DSK Case, even though there was no doubt, are likewise not an exception.

Labeling the two Boeing 737 Max crashes as exceptions is incorrect, as it is argued that a plane crash usually involves a combination of causes, with backup systems in place for various scenarios. However, this wasn’t the case for the Boeing 737 Max concerning the crash’s cause. Furthermore, the entire system used to certify the aircraft was fundamentally flawed for the Boeing 737 Max.

The two fatal crashes involving the Boeing 737 Max occurred in October 2018 and March 2019.

Justice demands honesty,
as evidenced by the points on this initial webpage.
Take, for instance,
The Post Office Wrongful Convictions Scandal
,
where over 730 individuals were wrongly convicted,
hundreds accepted settlements, and some even took their own lives.

Ultimately, the highest court in the UK ruled in a damning manner,
considering that the true issue had been well-known since the very beginning (2007).

They lied persistently, deceiving hundreds of people whose lives were shattered. And so on…

When the system fails, you end up in nothing short of Modern Day Slavery.

H. To put a spoke in someone’s wheel

The right place at the right time. Juan Catalan spent nearly 6 months in jail for the murder of a teenage girl until his lawyer found unused footage from HBO’s ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ -that proved he’d been at a Dodger’s game with his 6-year-old daughter.

No matter how innocent you are. No matter how clear it is that you had nothing to do with it. And that you weren’t even there when something happened. Even if your entire life history shows that you cannot be labeled as a bad person, nothing helps when you end up in a deceitful justice system.

Like in the case of Julan Catalan, who spent 6 months in prison. This was his fate for the rest of his life. It’s coincidence, one in a million, that saved him. Something like that has nothing more to do with a justice system.

The Guildford Four,
The Birmingham Six – 1974 – Who cares?,
Two cases in Great Britain where practices were employed that one cannot fathom, resulting in the wrongful imprisonment of innocents for 15 years.
In the case of The Birmingham Six, Prime Minister Tony Blair had to publicly apologize for the injustice caused by the judiciary.

Saint Omer, near Calais in northern France.

In the Saint Omer case, 17 people were imprisoned for 4 years based on one person giving false testimony.
The case became known as ‘The Birmingham Six of France.

When there are signs that justice is doing wrong things,

one should handle that situation with caution.

——–

It happens that one notices orchestrated and even

blatantly deceitful actions taking place…

——–

Filing a lawsuit without grounds is ‘A Red Flag’.

Justice is not a fairy tale.

Exploring instances where justice seems to fall short

or where its application might be unexpected or

controversial can provoke insightful discussions.

I. The goose that lays the golden eggs

1 Reactions Of INNOCENT Convicts SET FREE!

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‘To see the speck in another’s eye, but not the beam in one’s own’.

J. The red line or

the line in the sand

Convicted at 21, and still locked up at 49, Lamar Johnson has spent most of his life in prison for a crime he did not commit.

Both the former prosecutor and police detective leading Johnson’s case testified they had no evidence connecting Johnson to the murder. The conviction rested solely on Elking picking Johnson out of a lineup based upon Elking’s memory of seeing the masked gunman’s eyes for a few seconds — and it took Elking four times of viewing the same lineup to do it.

“You had a witness in this case who told you…at best he could recognize maybe something about the eyes,” Mason said to former detective Joseph Nickerson during the December hearing. “Are you sure this isn’t a situation where you guys were in a little bit of a rush to make a conviction?”

Please listen to video’s about the case Lamar Johnson

Wrongful convictions and miscarriages of justice are tragic examples of the flaws or misuse of the justice system.

Sometimes, due to various reasons such as flawed evidence, bias, procedural errors, or even intentional malpractice, innocent individuals can be wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for crimes they didn’t commit.

These cases highlight the complexity and imperfections within the justice system. The phrase “justice is a two-edged sword” can apply here, illustrating how justice, when applied incorrectly or through flawed processes, can bring about severe harm and suffering to innocent individuals.

It showcases the dual nature of justice, where its application can have both positive outcomes when rightly served and devastating consequences when applied erroneously or unfairly.

Wrongful convictions underscore the importance of ensuring fair trials, proper investigation, unbiased proceedings, and continuous efforts to prevent and rectify miscarriages of justice. It’s a poignant reminder of the need for constant vigilance and improvement within legal systems to mitigate such injustices.

K. The arc of the moral universe 

will bend toward justice – but only if we pull it

You are 29 and without any data you spend 28 years in prison.

Shortly after his arrest, Detective Doug Acker told Hinton, 
“I don’t care whether you did or didn’t do it. In fact,
I believe you didn’t do it. But it doesn’t matter.
If you didn’t do it, one of your brothers did. 
And you’re going to take the rap.”

“I can give you five reasons why they are going to convict you.

  • Number one, you’re black.
  • Number two, a white man gonna say you shot him.
  • Number three, you’re gonna have a white district attorney.
  • Number four, you’re gonna have a white judge.
  • And number five, you’re gonna have an all-white jury.”

Anthony Ray Hinton (born June 1, 1956) was wrongly convicted of the 1985 murders of two fast food restaurant managers in Birmingham, Alabama. Hinton was sentenced to death and held on the state’s death row for 28 years before his 2015 release.

In 2014 the Supreme Court of the United States unanimously overturned his conviction on appeal, after which the state dropped all charges against him. The court was unable to affirm the forensic evidence of a gun, which was the only evidence in the first trial. After being released, Hinton wrote and published a memoir The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row (2018). Hinton was portrayed by O’Shea Jackson Jr. in the 2019 film Just Mercy.

L. Bread and Circuses

LIFE IS NOT EASY!
HOW TO HANDLE AN EXCEPTIONAL SITUATION?
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2 Post Office scandal: Fujitsu staff knew about bugs, errors and defects in the system for years

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19 jan 2024

The European boss of Fujitsu has admitted the company “clearly let society down” as he apologised again to subpostmasters and postmistresses over its role in the Horizon scandal.

Giving evidence to the public inquiry, Paul Patterson said Fujitsu staff had known about bugs, errors and defects in the system for years – but claimed the firm only became aware “latterly” that faulty data was being used in prosecutions.

Doomed from the very start, which was known by all parties
At minute 4: armed with all the knownledge, why not shoot it of the roof tops?
At minute 5: a massive cover up
At minute 6: alerted insurers in 2013, stopped prosecutions in 2014
At minute 7: a lot more than just money

Please listen to more video’s by Bryan Stevenson

4 Falsely Accused Former Postmasters: ‘Money Doesn’t Come with an Erase Button.’| Good Morning Britain

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11 jan 2024

Parmod Kalia and Janet Skinner were both wrongly convicted following false accusations of stealing thousands of pounds from their respective post offices. Despite having their convictions quashed in 2021 they are still waiting for compensation.

Former Postmaster Parmod Kalia was sentenced to six months in jail after being falsely accused of stealing £22,000.

Former sub-postmaster Janet Skinner served three months of a nine-month sentence in prison after being falsely accused of stealing almost £60,000 from the Post Office she ran.

Broadcast on 11/01/24

Both 3 months in prison

5 Post office inquiry: Fujitsu manager called bankrupted subpostmaster ‘nasty chap’

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18 jan 2024

A Fujitsu employee called a subpostmaster who was bankrupted by the company’s faulty computer system a “nasty chap” in not-seen-before email sent internally in 2003.

Peter Sewell, who was in the Post Office Account Security Team at Fujitsu, said that Lee Carrington was a “nasty man” after the subpostmaster had threatened the company with legal action after losing all his money due to no fault of his own.

Fujitsu provided the Post Office with the Horizon computer system for individual subpostmasters. This system wrongly said that hundreds of subpostmasters had been committing fraud and more than 700 were wrongly convicted.

The email was revealed at the ongoing Post Office Horizon Inquiry.

A culture of

‘hanging someone out to dry’

prevailed in the British Post Office

during the IT Horizon scandal,

where victims were wrongly prosecuted over many years.

 

The Post Office lied on an industrial scale to ministers,

resulting in a total mess.

The strategy is made clear e.g. in the email from Peter Sewell,

 a Fujistu boss, to Andy Dunk,

the witness for the court,

with the pep talk about Lee Caslteton which 

 he called a nasty chap, and the answer from Dunks:

 “Thank you for those very kind and encouraging words.

 I had to pause halfway through reading it to wipe away a small tear.

Hang someone out to dry:

To allow someone to be punished, criticized,

or made to suffer in a way that is unfair, without trying to help them.

Please listen to video 5 above ‘Post office inquiry:
 Fujitsu manager called bankrupted subpostmaster ‘nasty chap’

The video reveals an

appalling and shameful

attitude exhibited by Peter Sewell.

There is one rule in this country for those in power

and another for those who don’t have it.

The Post Office Scandal is deeply instructive

regarding the organization of our society

for both those who possess power

and those who lack it.

6 Labour MP corners Post Office bosses over dodgy bonus culture in fiery Select Committee exchange

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21 jun 2023
 

Head honchos at the Post Office and members of their remuneration committee were in front of the Business and Trade Select Committee on Tuesday, where chair of the Committee Darren Jones absolutely rinsed them over an apparent breach of rules related to the awarding of bonuses – which can lead to years in jail if found guilty.

 

1. The poor – work & work.
2. The rich – exploit the poor.
3. The soldier – protects both.
4. The taxpayer – pays for all three.
5. The banker – robs all four.
6. The lawyer – misleads all five.
7. The doctor – bills all six.
8. The goons – scare all seven.
9. The Politician – lives happily
on account of all eight.

Written in 43 B.C. Valid even today!

7 Former Fujitsu manager calls errors a ‘contractual problem’ in Post Office scandal inquiry

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10 jan 2024

Iain Dale and his Cross Question panel discuss what’s next for the Post Office scandal after the company’s former boss, Paula Vennells, announced she’d be handing back her CBE with immediate effect.

Our Cross Question panel: Mims Davies (Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work, and Conservative MP for Mid Sussex), Darren Jones (Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury and Labour MP for Bristol North West), Emma Sinclair (Tech entrepreneur – who is the chief executive of EnterpriseAlumni), Oli Dugmore (Head of News and Politics at JOE Media, and LBC presenter).

8 Post Office scandal is ‘deeply instructive’ about how the UK works | LBC debate

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10 jan 2024

Iain Dale and his Cross Question panel discuss what’s next for the Post Office scandal after the company’s former boss, Paula Vennells, announced she’d be handing back her CBE with immediate effect.

Our Cross Question panel: Mims Davies (Minister for Disabled People, Health and Work, and Conservative MP for Mid Sussex), Darren Jones (Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury and Labour MP for Bristol North West), Emma Sinclair (Tech entrepreneur – who is the chief executive of EnterpriseAlumni), Oli Dugmore (Head of News and Politics at JOE Media, and LBC presenter).

M. Blinded and Derailed

The unimaginable large-scale event, ‘The Post Office Wrongful Conviction Scandal,’ is a prime example of what can happen in a society.

Out of nowhere, like a bolt from the blue, 730 people in the United Kingdom – each responsible for their respective post office – were convicted of theft, even though everyone knew they were innocent.

The flawed technology of the Horizon IT project was the culprit behind lost transactions, resulting in discrepancies in the postmaster’s accounting at the end of the day. In 1999, the UK implemented an IT project that computerized the post offices.

It is revolting;

in all cases,

there is absolutely nothing,

no data whatsoever,

no matter how you look at it,

no connection or indication whatsoever.

It is clearly wrong,

and yet the blame is placed on you,

even though everyone knows how it all fits together

or what the cause is.

According to a specific pattern,

deceptive methods are used

to create a false impression.

The flawed technology of the Horizon IT project

in The Post Office Wrongful Conviction Scandal

 is a prime example of

how justice can be wrongly employed

to crush the innocent.

The layers of complexity

There is nothing wrong,
but you find yourself in an artificial legal context.

Taken for a ride by the justice system

In the listed examples, a photo is used, but you are not the person in the photo.
(The case of Sheldon Thomas, who was sentenced to 19 years in prison at the age of 16).

You were not at the crime scene but at a sports event with more than 50,000 spectators
and your phone conversation is intercepted in the vicinity of the stadium.
Yet, you get into trouble until coincidental film footage emerges, taken at the actual location where you were.
(The case of Juan Catalan: Saved from Crooked Cops and a Lying Prosecutor).

Another example involves a so-called witness being pressured.
However, the perpetrator could not be identified because he was masked.
Therefore, claiming that the perpetrator was recognized is pointless.
(The case of Lamar Johnson, a 21-year-old who was locked up for 28 years).

This is what happened to John Bunn.
He was at home sleeping at 4 o’clock in the morning,
and, knowing he was innocent,
he was imprisoned for 17 years due to corrupt cop Louis Scarcella

(see the link to the first video: Top 7 Reactions Of INNOCENT Convicts Set Free).

Similar incidents happened to the other 6 people in the video.

On the other hand, a decision cannot be made based on something one does not know,
or creating an image of a person with an attitude and behavior that is not at all consistent with the person you are.

“Taken for a ride by the justice system”
conveys the idea that someone feels deceived or mistreated by the legal system.
It suggests a sense of being manipulated or experiencing unfair treatment
within the context of the justice system.

The Dutch expression
“Erin geluisd worden”
can be roughly translated to English as
to be taken for a ride
or “to be fooled“.
It implies being deceived or
tricked into something without being aware of it.

(iemand) slecht behandelen of misleiden waardoor hij of zij in de problemen komt informeel
Voorbeeld: ‘Wat een waardeloos product..

“Unsafe conviction” is a suitable expression to describe a conviction that is questionable or doubtful
due to issues such as errors in the legal process, insufficient evidence,
or other factors that may have led to an incorrect judgment.
It implies that the conviction may not be secure or reliable.

The term ‘unsafe conviction’ is often used in discussions about wrongful convictions
or cases where doubts arise about the fairness and accuracy of the legal outcome.

N. A cock-and-bull story

A fictitious cock seeking advice from a bull  – A cock-and-bull story. Lord Justice Fraser makes a comparison, namely that despite the 29 bugs and errors being known since the beginning,

 it was an absurdity to insist that Horizon was the Gold standard.

Just as one would claim in the 21st century that the Earth is flat.

Using such a paradox and blatant lie as a cover-up underscores how questionable things sometimes are within the justice system, accusing flawlessly innocent people without mercy of something they haven’t done. When it comes down to it, Paul Patterson, a Fujitsu boss, said: Shameful and Appailling

In the Britisch Post Office scandal it’s clear that in the context of the Horizon scandal, there were deliberate actions and decisions that unjustly harmed innocent people.

The deliberate scapegoating of individual postmasters and mistresses, knowing the issues lay within the Horizon system, can be seen as a purposeful disregard for the well-being of these individuals. The impact on their lives, including financial ruin, loss of employment, and in some cases imprisonment, is a grave injustice.

It is a stark example of the potential harm that can be caused when organizations prioritize protecting their reputation over the well-being of individuals and the integrity of the justice system.

9 Mr Bates vs The Post Office – The Real Story

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The post Office was establihed in 1660 and had always used paper and pen to balance the books and in 1999 mamagement introtuced something complely new coputer system calles Horizon, it was the biggestIT rollout in Europe. Th Post Office connected 40,000 terminals across the country to one Central Hub. An engineer arrived he scewed it on the desk an I asked him what it was and he givees that’s Horizon
 
Mr Baes versus the Post Office – The Real story
 
At minute 4: you are the only one
At minute 6: Mr Bates end contract without any reason
At minute 24: the most easy prosecution: no theft at all
At minute 39: we were having to build the case with one arm
    : internet problems, network problems which were causing the error
At minute 40: Multiple smoking guns
At minute 45: Cushy lives
 
It occurrent it amounts to the 21-century the equivalent of maintaining that the Eath is flat
het komt erop neer dat de 21e eeuw het equivalent is van volhouden dat de aarde plat is

Viewers watching the new ITV drama about the Post Office scandal will have noticed a well-dressed and bespectacled High Court judge presiding over affairs

The verdict of the real-life Lord Justice Fraser KC in Bates and Others versus Post Office Ltd saw 550 sub-postmasters win £58 million.

Lord Fraser ruled that the fault was with the computer system, and identified almost 30 glitches.

He sent a letter in January 2020 to Sir Max Hill KC, the former director of public prosecutions (DPP),

stating that the trial found evidence that Fujitsu knew about the existence of bugs, errors and defects in Horizon software…

Lord Justice Fraser, the judge who stopped the operator of Horizon system. Rulings and regulations of man who presided over the Bates and Others versus Post Office Ltd case.

It amounts to the 21st-century equivalent of maintaining that the Earth is flat.

O. The aura of perfection

There is something profoundly unsettling about the way thousands of people can be prosecuted,

convicted, and possibly sentenced to endless prison terms, either due to flaws in the justice system

or the unfortunate choice of some to plead guilty to avoid wrongful imprisonment.

The question remains:

how can someone be deemed guilty

of something they didn’t do?

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Jo Hamilton, 66, was one of more than 700 sub-postmasters prosecuted between 2000 and 2014, based on information from the Post Office’s faulty Horizon accounting system, which had been installed in branches across England and Wales. One of 73 people Hudgell Solicitors has since helped to clear their names, Mrs Hamilton was prosecuted for a shortfall in accounts of £36,000 in 2006, having being misled and told she was the only person facing issues with the accounting system. Like many others, she was repeatedly told to ‘put right’ shortfalls in accounts, leading to her remortgaging her home, and borrowing from friends to cover the amount which was alleged to have gone missing. She was eventually persuaded to plead guilty to a charge of false accounting – less serious than the initial charge of theft which she’d denied at an initial court hearing –to avoid going to jail.

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At minute 2: Mafia tactics
At minute 2;50: 
Malevolence
At minute 5: There is no perfect way of doing that
At minute 6:30 Alan Bates went to court
At minute 7: Malevolence: the quality of causing or wanting to cause harm or evil
At minute: 8 More then Malevolence

Post Office scandal investigators accused of ‘Mafia-style’ bullying of subpostmasters

Webpagina: Post Office Scandal: Fetter Lane is where they used to hang people out to dry

MPs wipe floor with disgraceful Post Office in House of Commons

I think this drama will bring the story of what happened to hundreds of subpostmasters to a whole new audience, and they will be shocked and appalled by what they see.

The Post Office destroyed lives. Even now, with evidence being heard at the Public Inquiry, I sit and think ‘how on earth could someone do that to people and then go home and sleep at night’.

I think many people will have heard of the Post Office scandal and perhaps think only a few were affected.

What this drama shows is how it destroyed so many lives, and the battle we faced to take on the Post Office, and ultimately prove our innocence and win.

Transcrip: part of video ‘Post Office scandal investigators accused of ‘Mafia-style’ bullying of subpostmasters’

It has been going on for so long now, with so many different people failing the sub-postmasters—failed by the courts, which didn’t demand that the Post Office should provide proper disclosure of evidence; failed by the Post Office itself; obviously failed by Fujitsu; and failed by the politicians, including ourselves. If you watch the drama, you’ll see that I actually achieved nothing. It was only Alan Bates getting 555 people together to take it to court and to get funding for that, that achieved this incredible result.

So, Hartley Alan Bates’s lawyer, who spoke to Alex Thompson earlier today, says Fujitsu, for instance, should be paying millions of pounds right now into a fund that could be used later on. That would be one element of the justice that has not yet been achieved in all this. Do you agree with him? I agree with him, except that I think it should be hundreds of millions of pounds because Fujitsu was the company that was interfering in Subpostmasters’ accounts, not keeping a record of what it was doing, denying that it could do that, and doing all of that while it knew that people were being prosecuted and sent to prison for altered accounts. It is an awful, shocking story. Shocking also because this isn’t about corporate negligence; this is about malevolence—incentivized by bonuses, absolutely right.

What the Post Office did was it installed a program that it knew was faulty and then prosecuted the subpostmasters and demanded money from the sub-postmasters on the basis that the program was not faulty. In itself, it seems to me to be a simple matter of perversion of the course of justice, as well as probably theft, fraud, and various misuse act offenses all over the place. So yes, malevolence is the right word. Maybe it should be stronger than that. Well, given that, it might be stronger than that. Or do you say it should be stronger than that?

What does justice in all this look like? I mean, justice is the one thing that these poor people haven’t seen yet. Yes, justice means a number of things: overturning these convictions that should never have taken place, redress for those victims that had money taken away from them and their lives ruined, their marriages broken up, their houses repossessed, and bankrupted. Some of them took their own lives. It means holding to account the people who are responsible for this, which includes obviously the Post Office management, Post Office investigators, maybe the civil servants who were overseeing in theory what the Post Office was doing, maybe even the ministers, but also Fujitsu, which was doing these appalling things.

Are you talking about criminal charges then against those responsible? Certainly criminal charges. I can’t say against whom or for precisely what crimes. That’s a matter for the prosecuting authorities. But it would be awful if there weren’t some form of prosecution campaign beginning now. Lord Arbuthnot, thank you very much indeed.

P. A mirror of madness

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He was formerly an MP, first for Wanstead and Woodford between 1987 and 1997, and then for North East Hampshire between 1997 and 2015.

While still an MP, Arbuthnot got involved in the campaign for exposure and justice surrounding the Post Office scandal, in which hundred were wrongly accused and convicted of theft, fraud and false accounting, due to a faulty computer system.

This was after it was brought to his attention by his constituent, Jo Hamilton, who was charged. He went on to lead the cross-party parliamentary group of MPs who came together after their constituencies asked them for help.

In 2015, Arbuthnot called for a judge-led investigation into the Post Office’s handling of the issue, saying: “These are people who have been pillars of the community and have their reputations dragged through the mud. The way they have been treated is an utter disgrace.”

In December 2019, a High Court judge ruled that Horizon contained a number of “bugs, errors and defects” and there was a “material risk” that this caused shortfalls in accounts.

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We cannot minimize what is happening, the devastating impact on the lives of perfectly innocent people.
It is described in strong language.

  • Lord Arbuthnot of Edrom calls The Post Office a very dangerous dog and monsterous injustice
  • Lord Justice Fraser compares the baseless assertions and denials of the Post Office that ignore what has actually occurred. It amounts to the 21st-century equivalent of maintaining that the Earth is flat.

 

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The hardest thing

Legal system at stake

An Undying Mystery

Real World Justice

Elephent in the room

It’s not normal for someone to buy a hammer to inflict harm upon themselves in order to falsely accuse someone else in the most terrible way.

Liam Allan, a 22-year-old criminology student - falsely accused

Liam Allan: ‘I’ve spent two years living in fear’

You can’t believe it…

it was 1 minute to 12,
Liam Allan was virtually unjustly sentenced to 10 years in prison
and lifelong registration as a sex offender.

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An ordinary university student turned into a high-profile case:

The Times, the BBC, even a question in The House of Commons to Prime Minister Theresa May.

Prosecutor Jerry Hayes: “It’s just sheer incompetence.”
 

This is ‘The End of Normal’.

Justice and reality come face to face! 

It cannot be explained or justified.

Unforgivable acts.

it’s too late to fill the well when the calf has drowned.

Vrouwe Justitia met de blinddoek, de weegschaal en het zwaard; Mozes met de stenen tafelen

Lady Justice with the blindfold, the scales and the sword; Moses with the stone tablets

Mission Impossible

In the end, it became ‘the feel-good story of the year’

  1. What was impossible was made possible.
    How the world came together to save 12 boys trapped in a Thai cave for 18 days – Age 11 to 16. (2018) The Thai Cave Rescue 
    Doctor Richard Harris says he had “zero confidence” the rescue plan would work.
    The theme of the website
  1. To feel the hair-raising impact on individuals who have suffered the shocking consequences of injustice, just like you are moved by what happened to those children in

The extraordinary story of the boys’ football team trapped in a cave for 18 days.
It was an excruciating feeling to do what you had to do to save them.

There are so many jaw-dropping testimonies of what happens to people throughout the website
Jaw-dropping testimony in Lamar Johnson hearing includes confession from self-admitted killer

 
2 A Devilish Construction

Transcript of video 1 at minute 1:53

“The night of the Pioneer hotel fire 16 year-old Louis Taylor was helping people escape.

You were considered a hero that night.

Yeah but they changed it all because of the colour of my skin.
You know I hate to say that, you know especially

it was a little coloured boy,

that Negro boy and they singled me out.

How does that happen in America and we were supposed to have the best justice system in the world.

Can someone explain that to me?   Nobody explained that to me.”

What Louis Taylor tells goes through the heart.

The patterns of injustice imbedded in the justice system.

Unjustly convicted as a 16-year-old child

and imprisoned for 41 years without reason.

“Taylor says he intends to spend the rest of his days

just living and doing good things.”

 

Notice: Liam Allan escaped from a 10-year prison sentence

by the skin of his teeth,

thanks to Prosecutor Jerry Hayes,

who stated, ‘It’s just sheer incompetence.’

In human language ‘it was botched justice’.

Using justice to create a false image.

The gateway to a deceitful society.

 

Arizona’s Pioneer Hotel fire in 1970 and the 16 year old Louis Taylor

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Innocent Man Convicted for 42 Years In Prison – Louis Taylor Victim of the System

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Steve Kroft revisits the case of Louis Taylor, who may have been falsely accused and imprisoned for decades for setting a hotel fire in Tucson that killed 28.

The way in which 16-year-old Louis Taylor ends up

in prison for 41 years…

Putting the blame on someone who has done nothing wrong.

Justice is a paradox

(Liam Allan 19, Louis Taylor 16, Ricky Jakson 18, Brian Banks 16, Ryan Ferguson 17, The Central Park Five 14, 15 and 16, The Scottsboro Boys 13 to 17, George Stinney 14, Kevin Strickland 18, John Bunn 14)

The reality surpasses fiction

De realiteit overtreft de fictie

Throughout the website, we need a much more grown-up approach

to the pain carried by all these human beings when we learn their stories.

Truth be told

They knew about its flaws but continued a campaign

of hounding Post Office Masters and Mistresses.

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3 It was abhorrant and it shouldn’t have happened that these people were innocent behind bars:

25 years Innocent behind bars

39 years Innocent behind bars

30 years Innocent behind bars

6 years Innocent behind bars

10 years Innocent behind bars

7 to 13 years innocent behind bars

9 boys 13 to 17 years old – innocent behind bars

Age 14, Executed innocent via electric chair!!!!

43 years Innocent behind bars

 

Innocent behind bars is

Horrible
Inconceivable
Inconprehensible
Unthinkable

Those innocent people have been through a 

living hell

being in prison for something they did not do.

In other words:

it is a legal system that is decidedly wrong.

This is no longer justice

Other forces are at play

This is nonsense

Something is wrong

This list of 9 examples is not an exception.

The National Registry of Exonerations,

which tracks known exonerations in the United States, lists

3,481 individuals who have been exonerated since 1989.

  1. We see that the number of acquittals is on the rise.
  2. The way people were convicted is disturbing. It is beyond rational comprehension. It is a pressing question:
    1. how can you convict people, considering that they were not present?
  3. It shows that justice is not making the right decisions.
  4. An unfavourable view on justice. Looking with other eyes.
  5. “They covered up the truth and the facts”

It is a story one in a million.

It is unbelievable how justice puts Valentino in jail for 27 years!

You can feel the pain John Bunn has had to endure all these years.
The justice paradox on the shoulders of such a young boy of only 14.
27 years long, day after day, unbearable pain.

Possibly, this dozen of cases makes you think twice,
and you come to realize
what children and people experience to control
something they are not to blame for and does not apply to them,
in similar situations.

The way in which people who have done nothing wrong

end up in prison is revolting

e.g. fabricated evidence.

It is mind-boggling what justice does

to put together what is not applicable…

The data from so many cases are evidence of such practices

e.g. Investigative misconduct – NYPD Detective Louis Scarcella

A never-ending long list of cases is living proof of the disruption of justice.

The case of Andrew Makinson who spent 17 years wrongfully imprisoned.

 

British government launches investigation

Justice is not served,

according to the most important metric, reality.

This hits the core of the website

The fine line between justice and injustice

Please click on the link

The law has been carried out wrongly.
There was obstruction to the course of justice.

(= preventing the law being put into action).
 

The innocence projects

In the early nineties American criminal defence attorneys created a network of international associations

called the Innocence Network. It’s been 30 years their mission to fight injustice by exonerating innocent people

and helping the justice system correct its mistakes. It a worldwide human rights movement.

Anybody can be mistakenly identified and how many times do we have to see this.

There are so many more innocent people in prison than people realize – Barry Scheck

Behind every example lies a gruesome truth.

A weak system that has failed is not a marginal thing.

People will realize that people are wrongly convicted.

Of course, it is deliberate and intentional that a case is mishandled.

Rowing harder doesn’t help if the boat
is headed in the wrong direction.

KENICHI OHMAE

The justice system throws the door wide open to fraud.

It contradicts due process. A fair trial.

A legal process can easily derail, resulting in not getting what one deserves,

with the horrific outcome as seen in the examples on this webpage and on the website.

As a human being, you cannot be insensitive to this kind of abuse of power.

Do you realize how much suffering one inflicts upon a person in such a situation of extreme injustice?

You need to feel the pain that those young people have had to endure

in order to realize the impact on their lives.

Fairness? The time it takes to deliver justice, injustice has usually permanently damaged the most essential thing to remember.

The statement is highlighting two perspectives on fairness and justice.

“Fairness is what justice really is”: This suggests that true justice is synonymous with fairness. In an ideal situation, when justice is served, it is fair to all parties involved. It implies that the outcome of a just process should be equitable and unbiased.

“Fairness by the time justice is done”: This part is pointing out a potential issue. It suggests that in reality, the time it takes to achieve justice might be so long that the concept of fairness gets compromised. Delays in the legal system or other factors may mean that by the time justice is finally delivered, the damage caused by injustice may already be irreversible.

In summary, the statement is emphasizing the importance of not only achieving justice but also doing so in a timely manner. Delayed justice might result in permanent harm, and true justice should inherently be fair.

“The only stable state is the one in which all men are equal before the law – Aristotle”

Aristotle is expressing the idea that a society is most stable when all people are treated equally under the law. In simpler terms, it means that for a community or a country to be balanced and secure, everyone should be subject to the same rules and laws, without any special privileges or discrimination. This principle suggests that fairness and equality in legal treatment contribute to a stable and harmonious society.

Multi-layered means here destructive justice versus Justice is truth in action.

Let’s break down these two sentences:

“Justice dies when truth is buried under the infinite layers of lies…” – Akanksha Dudpuri:
This sentence suggests that when the truth is concealed beneath numerous layers of lies, justice becomes ineffective or even nonexistent. The metaphorical idea here is that lies can create a barrier, making it difficult for the truth to surface and, as a result, justice cannot prevail.

“Multi-layered means here destructive justice versus Justice is truth in action.

In this sentence, the term “multi-layered” used in the first sentence. “Multi-layered” refers to a situation where justice becomes destructive, presumably due to the layers of lies obstructing the truth. Then, the contrast with your the perspective that true justice is when the legal system operates based on the truth – “Justice is truth in action.” This implies that real justice is achieved when the truth is actively pursued and acknowledged in legal proceedings.

In summary, both sentences convey the idea that justice relies on the truth and that when lies obscure the truth, justice is compromised, potentially leading to destructive outcomes. The second sentence clarifies the meaning of “multi-layered” by contrasting it with the concept of justice as the embodiment of truth.

5 Justice being fooled as in a candid camera

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17 jul. 2012.

Old fashioned wine tasting – with wine made from bare foot trampled grapes. Everyone instantly changes their opinion on the wine as soon as they discover the wine making process. None of the guys that shrugged “Hey it’s free alcohol” and chugged the whole thing made it in our final cut.
 
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It looks like Candid Camera, justice has fallen into an inconvenient trap

Barry Gibbs does not understand the conviction or how he came to be involved in the case at all.

The story of Barry Gibbs

It’s the same for Anthony Ray Hinton, they knew he was innocent

Exonerated death row inmate tells his story at Legacy Museum

“Out of all the Innocence Project cases, I think that Barry Gibbs is the one instance

where a police officer just literally picked out somebody

and said, ‘We have to frame him.’

It’s one of the things that you have to understand about Barry,

as opposed to so many other people.

 

It’s completely crazy and irrational you could be framed for this murder

out of nowhere. It’s terrible, terrible.”

Barry Scheck at minute 22 of the video

When you end up in the wrong hands

with the justice system, your life is over.

A justice system visibly painfully used as a game,

without any conscience

(as clarified on following pages, button Part 2 to Part 7).

‘Justice is a jungle’.

No shame whatsoever, no sense of guilt, no humanity, no morals and no principes.

Abject unscrupulous as a dictator.

There are plenty more mind-boggling examples throughout the website.

It is like the metaphorical Magdeburg hemispheres.

You either acknowledge the reality of life or you persevere in wickedness.

That moment that everything fits together and makes sense.

Make-or-break

Conscience must respect truth.

The conscience will make false judgments when it fails to acknowledge the truth about things.

The question is

how is it possible for someone with malicious intent to do something like this,

causing an innocent child to end up in prison for endless years?

It’s a defining moment

The moment they realise something ‘unthinkable’ was going on.

6 A Battle-Hardened Society

13 The Secret Princess: King’s love child in court battle for recognition | 60 Minutes Australia

11 okt. 2020

Game of Thrones (2020) 60 MINUTES reporter Liam Bartlett used to consider the British Royal family to be the masters – and mistresses – of scandal. Now he thinks they may have to hand over their crown to the Belgian Royal family, who have sensationally been ordered to acknowledge and recognise a brand-new princess. However, this decree is not a reason for official celebration on the streets of Brussels because, rather embarrassingly, the new royal is the 52-year-old love child of the former King, Albert II. Back in the 1960s when he was a prince, the supposedly happily married and deeply religious Albert took a long-term lover. Delphine Boel was the surprise consequence of the illicit affair. For most of her life she dutifully kept mum about her lineage, until a bitter falling out with her father changed her mind.
 
For forty years, 60 Minutes have been telling Australians the world’s greatest stories. Tales that changed history, our nation and our lives. Reporters Liz Hayes, Tom Steinfort, Tara Brown, Liam Bartlett and Sarah Abo look past the headlines because there is always a bigger picture. Sundays are for 60 Minutes.

Battle-Hardend
Toughened by the experience of battle

Collins English Dictionary.

Hard-fought
Achieved after a lot of difficulty or fighting
A hard-fought victory

Cambridge Dictionary

King Albert II was able to string along the justice system with his lawyers for 7 long years until he was eventually punished by the justice system with a fine of 5000 euros per day for refusing to provide his DNA. It immediately became clear that he is the father of Delphine, something that he himself and all of Belgium eventually knew. Please enjoy the video: The Secret Princess: King’s love child in court battle for recognition.

Pushed to my last resort
I took my father to court
It was all over the news
The family was not amused

Justice is a nonsense word

That does not exist in this world

Delphine Boël
Born on 22 February 1968

Be your last resort
idiom

To be the only person or thing that might be able to help you, when every other person or possibility has failed:

You have to help me – you’re my last resort.

Cambridge Dictionary

Trials are about Truth,

it is not a Contest

What Albert II has done to Delphine is not the royal way.

People say he has caused her a lot of pain.

The mud on someone else’s carpet is not the soap on your own carpet.

Princess Delphine had to wage a battle

against her father to be acknowledged.

After a seven-year struggle a court ruled Delphine and her children had won the right to Royal tiltes.

Delphine has been officially anointed as a Princess of Belgium.

Princess Delphine adds at minute 14 in the video 6 above:

“Albert’s side and his lawyers were horrible.”

It is an emotional victory.

For the former king a humiliating defeat.

A battle fought not for money or for fame,

but on the principle that a father should always look out for his kids.

Dephine says: “I am pround of myself because it was difficult and I had to fight for something that really belongs to me and belongs to my children and I hope that by what I’ve done, it can help other people not to give up and that’s very special for me. I feel very proud because I know how important it is. It really is important to know you know where you come from.”

‘There, he completely ruined it for himself.’

This is the expression as it appeared in the newspaper about Albert II.

 

“Daar heeft hij het voor zichzelf helemaal kapot gemaakt”

This is the original Dutch text.

7 Despite knowing the facts, wrong decisions were made or the event was not stopped

You can only call it an accident if it is an accident.

The tragic outcome in the case of Sanda Dia is not an accident,

as wrongly stated in the verdict.

He couldn’t even walk in the morning – as we can see in the footage –

due to the forced consumption of alcohol the previous day,

by the members of Reuzegom. And so on,

such as the torture practices that followed throughout the night and the entire day.

It was a broken system, as explained in detail in the website.

People were completely blinded and derailed like the conman Diederik Stapel in Part 2 of the website.

Conmen Jimmy Savile,

Bernie Madoff and

BBC journalist Marten Bashir

knew how to use deceitful tactics.

It is not a pretty picture what happened to princes Diana by the BBC journalist Marten Bashir

 in a deceitful way to have the interview in 1995 by using false bank statements.

What Sanda Dia had to endure for days is downright criminal, being tortured to death.

The verdict is a slap in the face. It is a game of words. It is a missed opportunity.

His death is not an accident

In such situations, the system loses all credibility and you get worthless conclusions.

Choosing

to turn a blind eye

towards the injustices happening in your own backyard

because they’re not happening to you

is the same as being an accomplice to it.

We fail as a society

when we can give more excuses towards our failings,

and less examples of our accomplishments.

The points ‘A Battle-Hardened Society’

and the examples in ‘Despite knowing the facts’

illustrate that other forces are at play.

8 Other forces are at play

14 DSK Released From House Arrest

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Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been released from house arrest, amid doubts over the credibility of the woman who accused him of rape.

The saying goes:

“The guilty rich go free, and 

the innocent poor are convicted.”

It is like ‘To see the speck in another’s eye, but not the beam in one’s own’. A biblical passage found in the Bible, specifically Matthew 7:3-5 (King James Version).

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15 Inside DSK’s Indictment

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Bail is set for former IMF chief accused of seven accounts of sexual assault.

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16 feb. 2015

Dominique Strauss-Kahn used to be head of the International Monetary Fund and was considered a possible future president of France.
 
But after years of alleged scandals, he is now on trial in Lille for alleged ‘aggravated pimping’ – aiding and abetting the prostitution of seven women.

Isn’t the case of DSK and the chambermaid at the Sofitel hotel in New York

the living proof that justice can be used as a deus ex machina?

 

In other words, justice can serve as an unexpected or dramatic solution,

much like the literary device “deus ex machina”.

The Scandal that Brought Down DSK

Please visite this web page about this subject

When you go through the examples on this home page and examples throughout the website, and
carefully listen to videos in which those who were wrongly convicted speak, and 
when you sense the impossible ordeal these young people and individuals had to endure,
it’s like rowing with the oars you have in

impossible circumstances of abuse of power,

‘it’s throwing someone to the wolves’.

Even a young child in all its innocence.

The worst form of injustice.

Throw someone to the lions
Throw someone to the wolves

It’s enough to make you fall off your chair

when so many pillars in society are aware

of something that can be easily resolved,

and yet it still goes wrong.

Other forces are at play.

17 MY FATHER LEFT❗WHEN I WAS 2 YEARS OLD❗❗- BARACK OBAMA ( MOTIVATIONAL SPEECH)

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my father left my family when i was 2 yeras old and i got in trouble then i should have and my live could easily taken but i was lucky that i can follow my dreams, no other country on earth that my story even POSSIBLE. Barack Obama
 

speaker :
Danzel Washington
Steve Harvey
Les Brown
Jim Rohn
Matthew McConaughey
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Barack Obama

 

footage :
all video footage used from various stock footage websites

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Barack Obama’s Inspirational Speech with Subtitles || One of the best English speeches ever 2023 

Barack Hussein Obama II is an American retired politician who served as the 44th president of the United States from 2009 to 2017. A member of the Democratic Party, Obama was the first African-American president of the United States. 

19 One of The Greatest Speeches Ever by President Obama | Best Eye Opening Speech

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Barack Obama the 44th president of the United States. Listen to the end of this video where President Obama shares his most valuable piece of advice for How To Succeed In Life by overcoming all barriers. His GREATEST Life Advice will Eventually Change Your view about Life.

Composer: Whitesand (Martynas Lau)
Year: 2020
Title: The Dark Knight

20 J.K. Rowling’s Ultimate Advice For Every 20 Year Old | One of the Best Motivational Speeches Ever

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The First Nation Residential Schools in Canada

A now infamous photo capturing atrocities committed in Congo Free State

John Bunn arrested in New York when he was only 14 years old (on the right). His conviction was overturned based on the wrongdoing of NYPD detective Scarcella and the fact that there wasn’t even probable cause to arrest Bunn in the first place.

The John Bunn Story, wrongfully jailed at 14

Please watch video 1 At 14, he was convicted of a murder he didn’t commit on this link

John Bunn very appropriately names it “a crime I had no knowledge of, I had nothin’ to do with”.

9 It is a very bad thing for justice

Justice enters unknown territory, one does not know the reality, bias can arise, framing can occur, elements can be ignored, and a deceptive image can be created.

A dossier is not reality; it’s a rational representation, it’s fragmentary, it doesn’t fully penetrate, it’s at a distance, you can put it in perspective, and it becomes a means to not engage with how wrong the actual events are. Someone else can view something in a different way, and so on.

Initially, the justice system can make a mistake in a particular case, but later you see clues and realize that something is not right, and the person facing difficulties due to the legal process has nothing to do with it, and no blame can be pinned on them.

Sometimes it’s something very simple and straightforward and can be easily resolved.

Like with a bag someone forgets next to a bench at a railway station; it’s immediately taken to lost and found by someone arriving. A few moments later, Securail comes to check because they received a call from the person who later realized they forgot a bag. Meanwhile, it’s announced on the platform by the person who found the bag to Securail, that the bag is already at the lost and found, and everything is immediately resolved.

Of course, it’s different when dealing with a rigid system or a difficult person who is entangled in strange twists or is not suitable or competent to handle something.

The risk inherent in justice is that it can be used in a wrong way:

Justice is crumbling into an artificial happening, used for appearances.

The consequences for the person caught up in something like this are dramatic.

It is a kind of justice that is noticeably pieced together with malicious intent, and this is very evident in everything.

When nonsense is used, for example, there is no file, and that’s why one resorts to something deceptively put together.

This is clearly reflected in an abundance of examples on the homepage and throughout the website. The line has been crossed, it’s criminal behavior.

The purpose of the website is to make this risk clear.

It is alarming that justice can derail in this way and it is astonishing that this happens so ruthlessly internally.

21 – Top 7 Reactions Of INNOCENT Convicts Set Free

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Reactions Of Innocent Prisoners Set Free

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22 Man wrongly jailed for murder as teen in 1991 is exonerated

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He was just 14 when he was wrongly arrested for the murder of an off-duty corrections officer and now, 27 years later, the Brooklyn man cried as he wasexonerated in court Tuesday morning. John Bunn always maintained his innocence in the Crown 1991 Crown Heights shooting death ofRolando Neischer and the attempted murder of Robert Crosson.He served 17 years in prison and was paroled in 2009, but he kept up the fight to clear his name.
 

Summary of 7 innocent convicts set free

1 John Bunn: 
2 David Ranta: 
3 Susan Mellen:
4 Luis Vargas: 
5 Daniel Villegas: 
6 Ricky Jackson: 
7 Kistin Lobato:

served 16 years + 11 year out on parole, was only 14 years old. Corupt cop Louis Scarcella. No possible cause to arrest 
spend 22 years on fabricated evidence, Corupt cop Louis Scarcella, he was 35
served 17 years was 42 years old, conviction solely on informant who was a pathological lier and unreliable witness!
spend 16 years, he was 29, free on DNA
served 18 years when he was 16 years, signed a confession under force, tried to retract it 2 hours later but it was to late
served over 39 years when he was 18 years, witness came forward, he never saw the murder, he was 12 year, overturned in 2014
served 16 year when she was 18 years, was 3 hours away and couldn’t have committed the murder

It’s just unimaginable

that someone is innocently in prison

in such a way and then for such a terribly long period.


A failing justice system has far-reaching,

incomprehensible, and uncertain consequences.

Wouldn’t you be shocked about the functioning of justice?

23 Court Cam: Crowd Cheers for Wrongfully Convicted Man Found NOT Guilty (Season 1) | A&E

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After spending the majority of his life behind bars for a wrongful conviction, Daniel Villegas is found not guilty and the courtroom goes wild in this clip from Season 1, Episode 2 “Court Cam (#102)”. #CourtCam
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For the first time since he was 16 years old

 25 years ago, Daniel Villegas is a free man.

if you watch this 9-minute video – a compilation of 7 examples of wrongly convicted individuals.

Take the case of Ricky Jakson, an 18-year-old boy who has been behind bars for over 39 years based on a coerced statement from a 12-year-old!

This is just one example of the many thousands who are released from prison after being exonerated. Free from all guilt after years of imprisonment, during which it was known that the person was innocent!

Currently 3,400 person are exonerated since 1989 in the USA alone. The link above to The National Registry of Exonerations in point 3 on this webpage.

Ex‧on‧e‧rate: to state officially that someone who has been blamed for something is not guilty

Exonerate somebody from/of something.    He was totally exonerated of any blame.   Longman Dictionary

In 2018, heaven and earth were moved to rescue 12 teenagers of the same age (11 to 16 years old) and their 25-year-old coach in an almost impossible manner during the monsoon from a cave in Thailand (as mentioned higher in point 1 for comparison).

In the realm of justice, they do exactly the opposite.
It is apparently child’s play to disrupt the system and shatter the lives of children and people, as one can observe based on thousands of examples.

Point ‘9 It is a very bad thing for justice’. The text under this title above explains, what is going on.

Below, 5 lines, both in English and Dutch, questioning the attention wrongly convicted individuals deserve when the justice system fails.

What happens to those children at such a young age is so extreme – as a human, you must have experienced something very terrible yourself – to feel the pain that they endure in the 7 examples, something that could never have happened to them at all.

John Bunn was just 14-year-old when he was charged with second-degree murder following the death of an off-duty correction officer in New York

24 Football Star Exonerated After 10-Year Wrongful Conviction | NowThis

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Football star Brian Banks spent 5 years in prison and another 5 years on probation after being falsely accused of rape — but he doesn’t want his story to diminish survivors’ stories.

In US news and current events today, Brian Banks sat down with NowThis News to talk about being one of many exonerated prisoners found to be innocence by the Innocence Project and other organizations like it. The Brian Banks story as explained by Banks is that he was at the top of high school football and had a promising career, but was derailed after being falsely accused of rape and then caught in a wrongful conviction. Documentary shorts like this highlight the innocence project cases that could help change the criminal justice system. A new film about Brian Banks highlights his story.

The Brian Banks story as explained by Banks is that he was at the top of high school football

and had a promising career, but was derailed after being falsely accused of rape

 and then caught in a wrongful conviction.

I was also questioning, why? Why did this have to happen?

Why did it take so long for people to finally begin to listen?

10 The justice system has been hit by the windmill

25 Post Office used ‘unacceptable’ racist slur to describe Horizon scandal suspects

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As if wrongly prosecuting hundreds of people wasn’t enough – now the Post Office has been forced to apologise for using racist terms to describe postmasters caught up in the Horizon computer scandal.

A newly revealed internal document shows fraud investigators were asked to group people based on their racial features – using language the Post Office has now admitted was “unacceptable”.

‘The Post Office Wrongful Convictions Scandal’ is living proof that something can happen to a person that should never happen.

It’s just one of the countless examples throughout the website.

In this case, however, it is a large-scale event and with deceptive intent.

It is distressing that a person can find themselves in such a situation.

This has nothing to do with justice anymore.

‘It’s a mess.’ 

In the Dutch language it is called

‘een foute boel’.

Mark Rutte: “Shame that we did not prevent the allowances scandal”© Provided by Belga

11 The Environmental factors

The term “environmental factors” is here used in the sense of “external factors” or “external influences”.

 

The Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal

The Rotherham child sexual exploitation scandal consists of the organised child sexual abuse that occurred in the town of Rotherham, South Yorkshire, Northern England from the late 1980s.

1,400 children were abused in Rotherham over a 16-year period. Victims as young as 11 were trafficked, beaten and raped. One girl said gang rape was ‘a way of life’ where she lived. But council staff did nothing for fear of being labelled racist.

Abduction of children

A number of shortcomings in the Dutroux investigation caused widespread discontent in Belgium with the country’s criminal justice system, and the ensuing scandal was one of the reasons for the reorganization of Belgium’s law enforcement agencies and widespread allegations of corruption and infiltration of the Belgian justice system by a criminal enterprise. In the White March, 300,000 Belgian citizens protested the mishandling of the case. Michelle Martin was freed on parole in 2012 after 16 years in prison. Michel Nihoul died in 2019.

Sadly, this evil is still going strong this very day, even more so. You will be baffled about what is going on in our world if you just take your time to truly research things. Perhaps one of the most shocking elements of pedophilia and human trafficking is the fact that there are so many people who live in denial and shout “fake news”. It is our duty to unite and raise awareness.

Firework disaster Enschede

Van Buitenen discovered that both the official investigation and its conclusions aimed solely at exonerating the government, its regulations, and supervision from any blame. The focus was not on discovering the truth but on steering toward a desired investigation outcome. This was to prevent billion-dollar claims. For this reason, the owners were put on the pillory with false statements and tampering with witness testimonies.

 

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Justice in the dock as man goes on trial for kidnap, rape and murder of children

It all began on Saturday afternoon, when 22-year-old Mamoudou Gassama was walking home from the famous Gare du Nord station. He came upon a crowd of panicked people, staring in terror at a 4-year-old boy who was suspended in mid-air from a fourth-floor balcony. With no thought for his personal safety, Mamoudou leapt up and began to scale the building with exceptional ease, earning himself the nickname “Spider-Man”.

French President Emmanuel Macron (L) speaks with Mamoudou Gassama, 22, from Mali, at the presidential Elysee Palace in Paris, on May, 28, 2018. – Mamoudou Gassama living illegally in France is being honored by Macron for scaling an apartment building over the weekend to save a 4-year-old child dangling from a fourth-floor balcony.

Below are four videos in the English language. In the second video ‘Malian migrant is man of the hour’, there’s a studio discussion with Mamoudou. Globally, across all television channels, the event was world news. Listen to the wisdom of the 22-year-old in the second video. The wisdom of a boy who has never been to school. These are words that cannot be heard with dry eyes when he talks about his attitude and behavior towards a 4-year-old child in a life-threatening situation, which also changes his life in 30 seconds from a migrant without residency rights, who has undergone an unbearably difficult journey through the desert. No one knew where he was or if he was still alive. He is received by the president, receives the French identity card, and work…

26 Mamoudou Gassama, invité dans TPMP

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12 In a nutshell

It’s not going well in the justice system, there is a structural problem. It is incomprehensible that someone who is completely out of line with a profile of wrongdoing can be brought into trouble, even if that person, however you look at it, is incompatible with an event. Nevertheless, the justice system can act completely arbitrarily without any hindrance.

It is incomprehensible that people come to stand against each other when there is absolutely nothing wrong.

This is what this first page of the website makes clear in numerous examples, in various circumstances.
The pain and damage caused by something that should never have arisen are irreversible.

As mentioned in the first words of point 1, ‘The Liam Allan case,’ it is the madness, the irrationallity, the nonsense that is the cause of such an uncomfortable, destructive, perverse occurrence.
A misguided or irrational state of mind.

How deranged must you be to falsely accuse someone out of the blue, and even go so far as to buy a hammer to harm yourself in order to falsely accuse someone? It’s just unimaginable.

“She Should Get Life in Jail” – Man Falsely Accused.

Can justice really be abused so easily?

How is it possible that Liam Allan barely escaped at the very last moment, even though no prosecution was necessary? It’s incomprehensible in such a straightforward black and white case, especially considering that the police had the evidence in their hands… Prosecutor Jerry Hayes calls it sheer incompetence.

Before you judge someone, walk a mile in their shoes

In a nutshell

A failing justice system (a fault or weakness: Cambridge Dictionarty)

It can happen to anyone. The examples are numerous. It’s a kind of occurrence like Diederik Stapel (Part 2 of the website), Bernard L. Madoff, and countless others who create a mess. The religions have done this, as well as various authorities and trust figures who go wrong. It is inherently linked to a weak justice system that can easily be disrupted. Trust is a paradox, isn’t it? The website makes it clear, as in the more than 650 candid camera clips of about one and a half minutes each (generally at the bottom of each webpage). This first webpage provides a selection of such examples, it’s like history that was sometimes presented unvarnished.

People couldn’t believe it was possible, the ‘Mission Impossible’ for those 12 boys and their soccer coach in that cave in Thailand in 2018 during the monsoon season. Thousands worldwide did the impossible with success; the boys were sedated and wearing masks underwater, with the sedation needing to be repeated, in a race against time. After 18 days, they all made it out successfully. When you know the details of this ‘Mission Impossible,’ it deeply affects a person. It involved 3 hours of swimming with two divers over 2.5 km in challenging conditions.

In comparison, on the other hand, within the entities of justice and police, there are individuals who go to great lengths to knowingly and willingly accuse innocent people who were not even at the crime scene, falsely accusing them of something they have no involvement in and no knowledge of. These innocents endure the unimaginable suffering of years in prison, with exoneration being a rare occurrence.

Justice has a dark chapter, as becomes evident when you watch and listen to the endless series of videos on this website.

13 Justice is a kind of modern-day slavery

Modern Day Slavery

When you go through all those well-known examples on the website and when you realize what has been done with those people, through
a representation on paper, of which it is well known and was known that it has nothing to do with reality, and in this way tears these people away from the harmony of their lives.

It is chilling when the data from the examples run through your mind. It is a very bizarre behavior of those who are in control.

No clue, no piece of information, and no element can explain why those people end up in prison. It is the extreme situations of fraudulent justice or ‘a pervertion of justice’.

One of the fundamental purposes of a justice system is to protect people from others violating their legal interests. In cases that turn out to have resulted in wrongful convictions, it is the criminal system itself that victimizes persons who have not committed any crime but are punished nonetheless. “Deely concerning”

Fooled by the system

This is not justice

It is deeply reprehensible

It is modern-day slavery

Half Has Never Been Told

On Thursday, May 24, 2012 the Los Angeles Superior Court reversed Banks’ conviction and ended his nightmare of wrongful conviction.

When it comes to children, and you are confronted with what painfully happens to them, the issue is very clear and black-and-white. You cannot allow a child to be in a situation that deeply impacts their life. Furthermore, there is a societal responsibility to do what is necessary to return a child to a normal situation.

Moreover, when one has used the bag of tricks to disrupt justice, and you are dealing with fraudulent justice, there is an imperative duty to do everything necessary to resolve this.

27 Death Before Dying: Death Row Exoneree on Solitary Confinement

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From 1994 to 2006, Anthony Graves spent at least 22 hours a day locked alone in a small cell waiting to die — all for a crime he did not commit. During those years, 400 other prisoners were also locked alone on Texas’ death row. Watch this video to hear Anthony’s story.

Transcript:

– Solitary confinement is driving men crazy. I don’t understand how someone can subject another human being to this type of punishment and think that it’s justified. It is totally inhumane. There’s no way around it. You know, you really don’t truly understand the impact of removing someone from human contact for years. It can even be for weeks, but it has a– it has a negative effect on that person. So the human contact, as I said, we’re built for that, and it’s so important. And it’s like– it’s like totally removing someone from society and putting them in a dark hole, right? And everybody’s walking over it, and he’s shouting from the bottom of that hole, but nobody hears him, you know? And it’s dark down there. It just drives you crazy. And I experienced that so many times, where I’m shouting; I’m there. I want– I want somebody to just, you know, come talk to me, you know, just shake my hand. Something, you know, because you urge for that. And I couldn’t get it. You know, so you have to start playing tricks with your own mind, you know, just to try to survive this here thing. I feel that I went through this to be here to share it with you all and let you all know that what we’re doing to prisoners and to guys in solitary confinement is totally inhumane. We’re driving people crazy. And this is our criminal justice system that’s supposed to serve and protect us. But we are literally driving men insane. And those that are already insane, we’re just putting them in the casket. That’s all we’re doing. There’s no rehabilitation. There’s no such thing as justice in an injust environment. You can’t get that.

28 What’s life like in solitary confinement? – BBC News

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What would it be like to spend years locked in a room the size of your bathroom?

Is the prolonged solitary confinement of thousands of Americans ‘torture’, or an essential tool to keep prisons safe?

The BBC’s Hilary Andersson meets prisoners who have spent years in solitary confinement in the US.

The metaphor of a millstone and the depths of the sea

The Bible contains a well-known passage that mentions the consequences of harming children, using the metaphor of a millstone and the depths of the sea. This passage can be found in the New Testament, specifically in the book of Matthew, chapter 18, verses 6-7 (Matthew 18:6-7):

But if anyone causes a young, believing person to sin, it’s better for them to have a heavy stone tied around their neck and be drowned in the sea. It’s a terrible thing for the world when people lead others into sin. Temptations will come, but it’s a terrible thing for the person who causes others to sin.

This passage emphasizes the seriousness of causing harm or offenses to children and the severe consequences that would befall those who do so, symbolized by the imagery of a millstone tied around the offender’s neck and being cast into the depths of the sea. It highlights the importance of protecting and nurturing the faith and well-being of children.

In simpler terms, it is saying that while wrongdoing is a part of life,

those who actively cause harm or lead others into sin will face severe consequences.

It’s a warning about the seriousness of leading astray or causing harm to those who are considered innocent, trusting, or vulnerable – such as children, but not limited to them. It’s an illustration of the severe consequences that should be faced by those who cause such harm, symbolized by the metaphor of having a millstone tied around one’s neck and being cast into the sea.