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Wed 17th May 2017

And if it was an extraordinary guy…would they get a free pass

Filed under: General — pcObelix @ 8:52 am

What the hell…could you imagine a male getting the possible same treatment if the roles were reversed.

Aspiring heart surgeon who stabbed boyfriend in England may avoid jail because she’s ‘extraordinary’

15 Responses to “And if it was an extraordinary guy…would they get a free pass”

  1. Downunder says:

    Did she stitch him up and kiss him better?

  2. Voices back from the bush says:

    I cant decide which photo i like more? The one beside the boat in her undies with cute little nipples showing? The one with her looking like a sweet schollarly prodigee wearing glasses with all the books behind her? Mabye the one in the garden poised with flowers?

    What a wonderful advertisment for her these articles are.

    She wasnt present at the hearing, a trip to italy was more important – as we can see by her holiday snaps.
    Then there’s all this medical stuff that shes written, what a little trinket she is.
    Articles reporting that somehow she – got into a fight with her boyfriend, thats not how unprovoked ‘attacks’ are usually described.

    One reporter commenting that after she stabbed the man she threw a jam jar at him, ‘you cant get more brittish than that’.

    Would that reporter still have a job after making jokes about a man attacking a woman?

    Just a little drug induced rampage -one off? According to the Judge.

    And yes of course every article finishes with the claim that she is has had a troubled life with a previous boyfring having assaulted her. Unsubstantiated but why would there be any need to question the claims of such a tremendous talent as she is.

    Not one article mentioned the condition of the man.

    No different to the way our media and just-us sytem operates.

    http://i.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/10675573/Knife-throwing-pregnant-woman-snapped

  3. Downunder says:

    The Just-Us System

    Ain’t that the truth!

  4. DJ Ward says:

    Whodunit?
    Nope.

    Who got away with it.

    “However Ruka Te Pono Hemopo, 51, was found guilty of wounding the woman with intent to injure her in a May 2, 2013, incident in which her throat was cut. She narrowly avoided serious injury but was scarred when she was about 20 weeks pregnant, a court had heard previously.”
    Very emotive.
    “Police gave evidence that Hemopo told them that, during an argument with one of the women, he had said if she hated him that much she should cut him, and she did. Then he cut her throat, but not deeply.
    But later he claimed she had cut his throat and then her own.”

    So no matter what this all started with the female “victim” cutting his throat.
    Was the instigator of the physical violence charged?
    He had done nothing justifying her act of attempted murder.

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/92671779/jury-out-considering-verdicts-in-case-of-porirua-man-shot-by-police

  5. Man X Norton says:

    The English story about the violent female aspiring heart surgeon was simply apalling. As pcObelix suggested, no amount of ‘talent’ would see a male being treated in such a royal way by any civilized Court for doing similar offending towards a female. If he were lucky enough to be shown the slightest bit of lenience feminist groups would be up in arms demanding the judge be removed from office. However, you can bet the strident anti domestic violence groups will be silent about this violent female. The attitude is similar to that by NZ feminists demanding the right for women to kill men if they feel they were ever abused by them.

  6. Downunder says:

    The women who wanted to live in Fantasy land.

    But this is not The Never Ending Story, no, on the contrary, when pumpkin hour arrives, it will be left to the Phoenix to rise from the ashes.

  7. Jerry says:

    Well here ia a story closer to home and hot off the press on http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/australia/92710511/prison-officer-sharon-yarnton-plotted-to-murder-husband-after-his-affair-court .
    A separating couple had a last meal and went home. He awoke in the car to hear a hissing gas bottle and his sox soaked in gasoline.

  8. Evan Myers says:

    Well, for every story a writer, every design an architect, but for a system to fail as such, there is either undisclosed corruption or an acceptance of corruption.

    Put more simply, that is weakness and ineptitude.

  9. Downunder says:

    @8 so, if corrupt people did not show weakness in enforcing their system, you’d see signs of brutally, in our case say, suicide, pillage through child support, and various other forms of escape or avoidance.

    Isn’t it interesting then, how they advertise the ineptitude as success, but we let them do it, and people are happy to get paid to help.

  10. Voices back from the bush says:

    @3,
    & @ 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9 ,

    Not a just-us system

    A just-us sis’tem

  11. Doug says:

    The justice system in the UK is even worse than in NZ and should be a warning to us all. Remember the story of the woman who accused a guy of groping her in a busy station and very nearly had an innocent man jailed for years out of crazy spite regardless of the evidence and remember the enthusiasm with which the cops pursued him? Remember the ongoing historical abuse witch hunt? It will arrive here sometime soon, you can count on that.

  12. Buster says:

    You might be right Doug

    Just hope that Men don’t have the memory capacity of a goldfish eh!

  13. Buster says:

    Fantastic story

    Why do people stay so long in bullshit marriages anyway, and oh, please spare the “I was doing it for the kids” routine haha they wouldn’t be that stupid.

  14. Buster says:

    Have many people watched the Doco “MY name is …. and I am innocent!

    I find it very insightful, especially when it shows the corrupt insight to the PO LICE agenda that has propagated in the hierarchy for so long. That must be having palpitations gal-our.

    Yes spelling is correct thank you.

  15. Buster says:

    Lastly
    The case to the right of your screen about George Gwaze was absolutely an a outstanding piece of first rate journalism and research, just shows if your black then you are up against it. The Myopic gene pool of white male so called middle class detectives. Jesus they are so dumb.

    I’m white and no class, just white. But I am not dumb like the CIB.

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