- 15-05-2012, 10:14 #41
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- Apr 2005
- In front of the fire, wearing slippers with a brew at hand.
Once that has been done then she can be burned at the stake as per normal for witches. Pity about the Clean Air Act"Patience is counting down without blasting off."
- 15-05-2012, 10:16 #42
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She faces Three charges of Perverting the Course of Justice,,,Maximum sentence is Life Imprisonment but if found guilty I reckon Four years......We're in greater danger today than we were the day after Dunkirk. Our military is absolutely incapable of defending this country.Thanks to Broon and Osborne .
- 15-05-2012, 10:24 #43
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Like Samson, will Brooks pull the temple down around her?
If she decides that she's a 'victim', she could take a lot of people down with her.
Brown underpants in the corridors of the good and the great, I'd say.
- 15-05-2012, 10:25 #44
Fear truth is long lost and now a huge scrambled egg of hi-politics. Brooks may be done a great injustice, having only 'done her job', and will be sacrificed by 'the establishment' or a royal fudge.
Does seem that Britain is turning on its axis and the law no longer fits a complex world. Watched the Winslow Boy last night, where establishment Britain could call its own tune, now paternal govt found its match in Murdoch, to some respect. If we lose Murdoch's power how much will the world tip backwards to its incestuous past. Politicians running scared of a Brooks prying through your sock drawer now seems quite attractive, having vented our spleens."As we moved slowly through the outskirts of the town we passed row after row of little grey slum houses running at right angles to the embankment. At the back of one of the houses a young woman was kneeling on the stones, poking a stick up the leaden waste-pipe which ran from the sink inside and which I suppose was blocked. I had time to see everything about her - her sacking apron, her clumsy clogs, her arms reddened by the cold. She looked up as the train passed, and I was almost near enough to catch her eye." Orwell, The Road to Wigan Pier
- 15-05-2012, 10:29 #45
Sentencing guidelines are a minimum of four months, up to one or two years, for each offence. No sentence of more than 10 years has been handed down in the last century.'Where are the Snowdens of yesteryear'?
- 15-05-2012, 10:32 #46
Well at least she won't be feeling lonely in the dock;
Mrs Brooks's PA, Cheryl Carter, her chauffeur, Paul Edwards, security staff member Daryl Jorsling and News International security head Mark Hanna are charged with the same offence.Qui cum canibus concumbunt cum pulicibus surgent.
- 15-05-2012, 10:35 #47
There'll be no convictions.
- 15-05-2012, 10:49 #48
So, Rebekah's up for the high jump, what about her boss James Murdoch? You think daddy might get him off the hook?I was a good runner in the mob. I alway's liked to think I could get out of trouble quicker than what I got into it!
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- 15-05-2012, 10:51 #49
I think any shenanagins would have gone on before this point. After charge, that's it and up the steps we go and it's too late to go tinkering with it.
The only way the establishment is going to be left looking stupid now is if they, and particularly Brooks, get off.'Where are the Snowdens of yesteryear'?
- 15-05-2012, 10:59 #50
- Join Date
- Jan 2006
- Tap Tap Wink Wink!! ;-)
If the evidence shows a good chance of conviction, the 'friends' will likely offer some inducement to keep stum. A few years pokey and then back to some resemblence of normality will seem a better offer than attempting to pull down those around her in the know and then end up as editor of the Penzance Gazette as the only work that she's ever offered.
If she squeels like a piggy and then gets off, she's burnt her bridges for ever.
"What I lack in decorum, I make up for with an absence of tact"
- Don Williams Jr.
"I eat too much, I drink too much, I want too much, too much!"