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Grownup_Rafbrat

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Fuckwit Protesters bumping their gums without understanding again. Grenfell inquiry disrupted by protesters

Protesters calling for the Grenfell Tower Inquiry to be abandoned brought hearings to a halt on Monday morning.
They were angry at the government's decision to guarantee some witnesses would not be prosecuted on the basis of what they say at the inquiry.
Shouts were heard of "it's a disgrace" and one protester asked inquiry chairman Sir Martin Moore-Bick: "Have you sold your soul yet, Sir Martin?"
The hearing continued after they were removed by security staff.

SNIP

The legal decision was taken to prevent witnesses exercising their right not to incriminate themselves by refusing to answer questions.
One of the protestors, Jonty Leff, told reporters that decision was "outrageous".
"This means they can't prosecute individuals. This is a whitewash," he said.
"It means the inquiry is defunct and the whole thing has to be shut down and they have to move straight to the prosecution."
Speaking after the protests, Sir Martin said he had been "very impressed" by the behaviour of those at the inquiry during the first stage, which looked at how the fire began and spread.
He added: "Obviously, you may hear things that you don't like to hear and people may feel strongly about some of the evidence, but it's very important... that the witnesses are allowed to give their evidence with dignity and respect from everyone."
Police are able to use evidence they gather separately, as well as documents produced at the inquiry, and the chairman has stressed the decision does not mean witnesses have automatic immunity from prosecution.
 
Fuckwit Protesters bumping their gums without understanding again. Grenfell inquiry disrupted by protesters

Protesters calling for the Grenfell Tower Inquiry to be abandoned brought hearings to a halt on Monday morning.
They were angry at the government's decision to guarantee some witnesses would not be prosecuted on the basis of what they say at the inquiry.
Shouts were heard of "it's a disgrace" and one protester asked inquiry chairman Sir Martin Moore-Bick: "Have you sold your soul yet, Sir Martin?"
The hearing continued after they were removed by security staff.

SNIP

The legal decision was taken to prevent witnesses exercising their right not to incriminate themselves by refusing to answer questions.
One of the protestors, Jonty Leff, told reporters that decision was "outrageous".
"This means they can't prosecute individuals. This is a whitewash," he said.
"It means the inquiry is defunct and the whole thing has to be shut down and they have to move straight to the prosecution."
Speaking after the protests, Sir Martin said he had been "very impressed" by the behaviour of those at the inquiry during the first stage, which looked at how the fire began and spread.
He added: "Obviously, you may hear things that you don't like to hear and people may feel strongly about some of the evidence, but it's very important... that the witnesses are allowed to give their evidence with dignity and respect from everyone."
Police are able to use evidence they gather separately, as well as documents produced at the inquiry, and the chairman has stressed the decision does not mean witnesses have automatic immunity from prosecution.
Sauce for the goose... at the time of the event police were quick to tell us that their enquiries would not be looking at the possible illegal occupation of the flats or the immigration status of some residents.
 
Fuckwit Protesters bumping their gums without understanding again. Grenfell inquiry disrupted by protesters

Protesters calling for the Grenfell Tower Inquiry to be abandoned brought hearings to a halt on Monday morning.
They were angry at the government's decision to guarantee some witnesses would not be prosecuted on the basis of what they say at the inquiry.
Shouts were heard of "it's a disgrace" and one protester asked inquiry chairman Sir Martin Moore-Bick: "Have you sold your soul yet, Sir Martin?"
The hearing continued after they were removed by security staff.

SNIP

The legal decision was taken to prevent witnesses exercising their right not to incriminate themselves by refusing to answer questions.
One of the protestors, Jonty Leff, told reporters that decision was "outrageous".
"This means they can't prosecute individuals. This is a whitewash," he said.
"It means the inquiry is defunct and the whole thing has to be shut down and they have to move straight to the prosecution."
Speaking after the protests, Sir Martin said he had been "very impressed" by the behaviour of those at the inquiry during the first stage, which looked at how the fire began and spread.
He added: "Obviously, you may hear things that you don't like to hear and people may feel strongly about some of the evidence, but it's very important... that the witnesses are allowed to give their evidence with dignity and respect from everyone."
Police are able to use evidence they gather separately, as well as documents produced at the inquiry, and the chairman has stressed the decision does not mean witnesses have automatic immunity from prosecution.
You sound surprised
 
Fuckwit Protesters bumping their gums without understanding again. Grenfell inquiry disrupted by protesters

Protesters calling for the Grenfell Tower Inquiry to be abandoned brought hearings to a halt on Monday morning.
They were angry at the government's decision to guarantee some witnesses would not be prosecuted on the basis of what they say at the inquiry.
Shouts were heard of "it's a disgrace" and one protester asked inquiry chairman Sir Martin Moore-Bick: "Have you sold your soul yet, Sir Martin?"
The hearing continued after they were removed by security staff.

SNIP

The legal decision was taken to prevent witnesses exercising their right not to incriminate themselves by refusing to answer questions.
One of the protestors, Jonty Leff, told reporters that decision was "outrageous".
"This means they can't prosecute individuals. This is a whitewash," he said.
"It means the inquiry is defunct and the whole thing has to be shut down and they have to move straight to the prosecution."
Speaking after the protests, Sir Martin said he had been "very impressed" by the behaviour of those at the inquiry during the first stage, which looked at how the fire began and spread.
He added: "Obviously, you may hear things that you don't like to hear and people may feel strongly about some of the evidence, but it's very important... that the witnesses are allowed to give their evidence with dignity and respect from everyone."
Police are able to use evidence they gather separately, as well as documents produced at the inquiry, and the chairman has stressed the decision does not mean witnesses have automatic immunity from prosecution.
I wonder how many of these "protesters" were directly involved with or affected by the fire.
 
One of the protestors, Jonty Leff, told reporters that decision was "outrageous".
"This means they can't prosecute individuals. This is a whitewash," he said.
"It means the inquiry is defunct and the whole thing has to be shut down and they have to move straight to the prosecution."
This fellow is apparently a Revolutionary Workers Party candidate. Whatever that is. "Jonty" is obviously from hard knock alley.....
 
Sauce for the goose... at the time of the event police were quick to tell us that their enquiries would not be looking at the possible illegal occupation of the flats or the immigration status of some residents.
This!
 
This fellow is apparently a Revolutionary Workers Party candidate. Whatever that is. "Jonty" is obviously from hard knock alley.....
Jonty doesn't seem to be much good at this election candidate thing:


He seems to be fighting a class war that never really existed. Bless.


His WRP comrade, one Scott Dore, seems to have even less of a handle on this Democracy thing than Jonty:

 

ancienturion

LE
Book Reviewer
This fellow is apparently a Revolutionary Workers Party candidate. Whatever that is. "Jonty" is obviously from hard knock alley.....
I think he is some form of Communist and was trying to stand as a candidate in Hackney or somewhere. As far as I can see he's nothing to do with the Grenfell thing except he most likely thinks his family are involved. Just another anarchist who seems to think his ideas are the only ones of any use for running the country.
 

Londo

LE
Yes, he warned his neighbours, switched off the electricity, and closed the door.
and was described by his next door neighbour next day in the papers as a tall white guy which he wasn't . So I wonder what her agenda was . Nor was she pulled up about that as far as I know . However she was hailed as a heroine a few months later for giving birth . Something lots of people manage to do .
 

Cutaway

LE
Kit Reviewer
However she was hailed as a heroine a few months later for giving birth . Something lots of people manage to do .
Fcuked if I can.
 
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