Stuart Hall's Sentence To Be Reviewd

#2
Reminds me of the old joke where a Judge sentences an 80 year old man to 20 years.

'But I'm 80 years old....I'll never survive it.'

'Well just do the best you can then...' says the Judge.

Seriously, I doubt Hall will be leaving chokey other than in a box, with a bit of luck.
 
#5
Talking of which.......................... is that thread due to be unlocked now that the trial is over bar the query on sentencing?

EDIT. Ha, just spotted the new one started yesterday.
 
#7
Strange critter spent decades hosting It's A Knockout... hang him from a bouncy castle.
 
#8
Talking of which.......................... is that thread due to be unlocked now that the trial is over bar the query on sentencing?

EDIT. Ha, just spotted the new one started yesterday.
Yeah great isn't it, now we have another thread repeating the same arguments the other 2 did before being warehoused, pathetic!

As for Stuart Hall he might have better luck if the BBC went into overdrive in support with post trial interviews with him as they clearly have done with Sally "Max Clifford" Nightingale.


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#16
If he'd been give 30 months originally would you have wanted 60 months?
I'd have been happy with whatever the going rate is. Pebbles15? You seem to know where to find this stuff
 
#17
Not sure if its been covered, but one of the reasons for leniency of the sentence was due to the fact that the judge must award sentences that were appropriate at the time the crime was committed
 
#18
Certainly NOT defending Hall, but what is striking in this new development is the fact that mass people power seems to have altered this sentence and NOT the law as the original judge saw fit.

This is a very dangerous precedent to set as it encourages & promotes mob rule.
 
#20
Certainly NOT defending Hall, but what is striking in this new development is the fact that mass people power seems to have altered this sentence and NOT the law as the original judge saw fit.

This is a very dangerous precedent to set as it encourages & promotes mob rule.
Which was the point I was (badly) trying to make.
 

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