Re: British "justice"
- From: Ariadne <ariadne.mac@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 9 Oct 2010 19:16:39 +0000 (UTC)
On 25 Sep, 20:38, Ariadne <ariadne....@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 30 July, 14:44, Ariadne <ariadne....@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 26 July, 17:59, mm <NOPSAMmm2...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I don't think either is the proper issue. His lack of neutrality
during the trial should be investigated, which seems like a
to me. Can he be permanently removed from his judgeship, or at > > least
given clerical work to do?
In the US it depends to some extent on the rules of each state and > > the
feds. But generally the answer is yes, afaik. Even elected judges
and those with lifetime appointments have to live up to some
& unless there is more evidence of his AS the
charges of AS will fail. & we have thus let him off the hook for his
biased judgement on what is essentially none of his business.
cheapened the charge of anti semitism. Imo being against the
occupation/blockade is not necessarily being anti Israel or anti
zionist or anti semitic.
An opinion of a friend of the judge:
The judge has been reprimanded:
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