It wouldn’t upset me at all if she was tried in Syria.If she comes back to the UK to face a trial there is a high chance of it collapsing, much of the evidence will be from Syria and that might make the evidence inadmissible.
It will upset some people on this thread, but a solution to this would be for her to be tried in the country where she committed the crimes.
Exactly. Also worth pointing out that UK rarely overrides local justice systems if a crime has been committed by a UK national (or ex-national) overseas. For example if a British citizen was caught smuggling drugs or was accused of murder in a country such as Thailand, Saudi Arabia or China the UK wouldn't normally attempt to fly them home and serve justice in the UK. I know the Syrian government don't currently have custody of her, but neither do the UK government at the moment.It wouldn’t upset me at all if she was tried in Syria.
Hoisted by her own Petard and all that (literally perhaps).
Judged by the type of regime she aspired to be a part of. I doubt a suspended sentence/community service will be one of the possible outcomes. What’s not to like?
The treason act 1351 amended 2013 by the Succession to the Crown Act probably covers it.Yes, I know, but what law has she broken in the UK?
Its a bit like the people who go to Amsterdam to smoke dope.
They haven’t broken any U.K. laws despite doing something illegal here.
I was actually a bit disappointed that Neil did not defend GB News at all. He allowed the black guy to slag it off saying it peddles hatred without any intervention. I can only suppose the split between him and the station was pretty acrimonious!
Judging by his banking career and what I've read of the sample of his book on Amazon, not something Mr Abbey knows much about.