Stefan Kiszko

#1
This poor guy spent 16 years in prison for being forced to admit to something he did not do. After reading his story, the part that choked me after his release was when he asked his mum if he could open his presents before xmas day just like a child.

On every case like this I have seen so far the coppers seem to get retired through ill health, should they not serve the same time as the people they have fitted up?
 
#2
He was released in 1992 so why bring it up now ?
 
#3
Because the guy wot dun it's just been locked away.
 
#5
what about the copper who framed him for with holding vital evidence , he should have done some time for it.

we have a case in scotland at the moment involving evidence that has been with held again

it boils my blood when there are such mis - carriages of justice.
 
#6
The only comment must be "Lucky we didn't have the death penalty"
 

oldbaldy

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#7
fatjock said:
what about the copper who framed him for with holding vital evidence , he should have done some time for it.

we have a case in scotland at the moment involving evidence that has been with held again

it boils my blood when there are such mis - carriages of justice.
He died earlier this year.
 
#8
happybonzo said:
The only comment must be "Lucky we didn't have the death penalty"
ummm normally i wouldnt agree, but your right. Poor Stefan, who wasnt intelligent enough to beat a bent copper, got battered in nick, his mother died, he dies after release.

Sad case
 
#9
happybonzo said:
The only comment must be "Lucky we didn't have the death penalty"
It was nigh on the death penalty for him. The poor bloke kicked the bucket not long after he was released and he wasn't an old man. The Officers involved in that witch hunt deserve to suffer horrendous mental torture.
 
#10
The copper(s)responsible for fitting up SK should be prosecuted to the full extent of the Law.

But don't hold your breath. :x
 
#11
oldbaldy said:
fatjock said:
what about the copper who framed him for with holding vital evidence , he should have done some time for it.

we have a case in scotland at the moment involving evidence that has been with held again

it boils my blood when there are such mis - carriages of justice.
He died earlier this year.
Good.
 
#12
What? A policeman held to the same standard of accountability as the rest of us, are you mad? Don't you realise by doing this sort of thing they make us feel safe in our beds?

(Makes a hollow laughing...)
 
#13
Dick Holland the detective and the scientist involved were both admonished when put on trial, surprise surprise.
Holland went on to nick jack the ripper, but he immediatly confessed.
 
#14
happybonzo said:
The only comment must be "Lucky we didn't have the death penalty"
I know plenty of people jump on the bandwagon of wanting to hang them high when its kids involved. This case just highlights the problems with the death penalty. Its such a sad case for all involved and my heart goes out to the family of the child killed because this been one awful sentance for them.
 
#15
We've had similar crap happen here, the Guards involved usually get retired....or promoted depending on where they are 8O
 
#16
Hmmm, a bit of the Barry George or the Birmingham Six about Stefan - limited intelligence, social outsider, easy mark for an extorted confession, real killer free to do it again.

A good advert for the absence of judicial murder in English law (if you aren't moved by the moral argument).
 
#17
oldbaldy said:
fatjock said:
what about the copper who framed him for with holding vital evidence , he should have done some time for it.

we have a case in scotland at the moment involving evidence that has been with held again

it boils my blood when there are such mis - carriages of justice.
He died earlier this year.
Unfortunately I'm atheist, so I can’t hope that he goes to hell, but I hope his actions tormented him in the remaining years, but I doubt it.

How can we even think of returning the death penalty, when we cannot trust the competence of the justice system in this country? I personally do not believe in the return of the death penalty, it makes our society no better than the criminal act committed.

This WILL happen again unless we have a massive overhaul of the criminal justice system, and make every member of the law community from the PC to the CPS to the judges, responsible for their actions.

Not really a wonder why they didn’t want me for jury service :twisted:
 
#18
leveller said:
oldbaldy said:
fatjock said:
what about the copper who framed him for with holding vital evidence , he should have done some time for it.

we have a case in scotland at the moment involving evidence that has been with held again

it boils my blood when there are such mis - carriages of justice.
He died earlier this year.
Unfortunately I'm atheist, so I can’t hope that he goes to hell, but I hope his actions tormented him in the remaining years, but I doubt it.

How can we even think of returning the death penalty, when we cannot trust the competence of the justice system in this country? I personally do not believe in the return of the death penalty, it makes our society no better than the criminal act committed.

This WILL happen again unless we have a massive overhaul of the criminal justice system, and make every member of the law community from the PC to the CPS to the judges, responsible for their actions.

Not really a wonder why they didn’t want me for jury service :twisted:
Quite agree Leveller, trouble is, it seems to be going the other way. It won't be long before the title 'District Commissioner' is revived. Not what Uncle Harold fought for all those years ago.
 
#19
fatjock said:
Dick Holland the detective and the scientist involved were both admonished when put on trial, surprise surprise.
Holland went on to nick jack the ripper, but he immediatly confessed.
Really I did'nt think anyone had caught Jack the Ripper and was'nt he in Victorian times ? :?
 
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#20
Jack was never caught, but Peter Sutcliffe 'the Yorkshire Ripper' was.

Helluva guy was Peter. MDN is is biggest fan.
 
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