1 The case Liam Allan is a simple example that shows we are dealing with
‘justice is a jungle’
It is a wild and dangerous place.
Destructive like a predator towards its prey,
or pure arbitrariness like a dictator.
(As we see in the examples in point 2 on the homepage.)
You can’t imagine it, someone can lie through their teeth – for no reason –
to put the blame on someone about something that never happened
and where nothing is wrong – with evidence on file –
in order to disrupt or destroy someone’s life overnight.
Such a thing is no longer justice.
The question that needs to be asked beforehand is:
what is actually going on here?
It is the enigma of faulty human behaviour
(like a predator or dictator),
on an ordinary human who has done no wrong.
What is the trigger that leads one to shatter the lives
of people who have done nothing wrong,
in the ten cases on the home page?
It is the hard question that applies to every particle of the entire website!
2 Opening the eyes for the evils of justice
Justice can flatten someone based on fantasy
The word justice is used to do very wrong things.
A questionable context is created that cannot be related to the person.
This leads to a destructive pattern of trying to paint an unworldly picture that raises eyebrows
because it does not match the person as he is known by all.
Thereby when it stands out that we are dealing with something that is forced together i.e. something that is not at all believable, or in other words not applicable to the person (as in the extreme examples in the list above).
Another example, winning the marathon you didn’t run. Rosie Ruiz: The Woman Who Cheated the Boston Marathon.
It is an apt example, because one can’t think of anything more crazy. But it really did happen.
- Justice can treat people completely arbitrarily!
- Ordinary people who have nothing to do with what the judiciary is acting for, find themselves in a situation of modern-day slavery.
- One cannot imagine, what goes on in the judiciary, to deliberately act unworldly wrong.
- There are no words for it, for the stupidity and foolishness with which the judiciary proceeds in the examples on this page, as further explained on subsequent pages under the buttons Part 2 to Part 7.
- Foolishness is the unawareness or lack of social norms which causes offence, annoyance, trouble and/or injury. The things such as impulsivity and/or influences may affect a person’s ability to make otherwise reasonable decisions. In this sense, it differs from stupidity, which is the lack of intelligence.
- Despite available and or known evidence that justice does not apply to these people, they disappear behind bars endlessly.
- It is bizarre that in a well-organised rule of law, people can effortlessly use justice to get clearly innocent people into trouble and destroy their lives, as the examples show.
- We are dealing with a deliberately senseless destructive modus operandi. A kind of justice that loses all credibility.
3 Raise Eyebrows – What’s the right thing to do?
Truth Be Told
You cannot rule out the possibility that the judiciary may overlook something and that it will end up all wrong with the dramatic consequence for those who incomprehensibly have a burden placed on their shoulders that they cannot be blamed for. In this regard, there are plenty of examples.
28 nov. 2012