Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Criminal negligence

Over in the Devils Kitchen, DK is rightly leaping to support Tim Worstell's condemnation of Charles Clarke's announcement that compensation for those wrongfully convicted is to be cut.

Am I alone is seeing something more sinister in this? With the raft of draconian and dubious laws being passed now, from hunting through to terror, is the Government looking to cap its liabilities?

I mean, the way we are going we will all be jailed at some point.

1 Comments:

Blogger The Pedant-General in Ordinary said...

But the specific miscarriage of justice with which you gripe is not being dealt with here. The conviction would be valid: it is the law that is unjust.

A salutory reminder of the wider point thought...

Toodle pip!
PG

10:45 am  

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