The idea that a fair trial can be saved – starting now – is a con

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8 Responses to The idea that a fair trial can be saved – starting now – is a con

  1. Cassie of Sydney says:

    There is no way in the world that the young man alleged to have raped Brittany can receive a fair trial.

    The damage done by Higgins, politicians and the MSM has been colossal.

    Brittany should have shut her mouth once she went to the police. Instead she’s allowed herself to be used and abused by her partner and other progressive activists to suit their sinister and very pointed political agendas. And then our Billy Bunter clown of a PM had to add his two bob’s worth.

    I really feel for the young man, I no longer have any sympathy whatsoever for Higgins. In some respects, if I were the young man, I would want the trial to proceed so that I could clear my name. Oh God, who am I kidding? In this day and age, as we know with Pell, Rittenhouse and Rolfe, even if a jury and the highest court in the land clears you….progressive scum will still judge you guilty, aided and abetted by scurrilous MSM and social media sewers.

    The whole thing is a disgrace.

  2. Gab says:

    After the Pell trials, it should be evident that ”fair trial” only applies to the accused if he/she/it is of the Left. Such is our judiciary.

  3. rosie says:

    I mostly agree Cassie but I’m not going to absolve Higgins of responsibility.
    She’s milked this for all that it’s worth.

  4. Petros says:

    Was it all deliberate, Cassie? She achieved her goals and he gets let off.

  5. Shy Ted says:

    Bang goes all that free advertising.

  6. Entropy says:

    I doubt Higgins would come out well in the trial either. It seems pretty clear the guards didn’t think something bad had happened to her.

  7. cuckoo says:

    even if a jury and the highest court in the land clears you….progressive scum will still judge you guilty

    Only a few days ago I saw one of the newses referring dismissively to Christian Porter as someone whose ‘career was destroyed by scandal’. Is that the new term for ‘false accusation’?

  8. Old School Conservative says:

    Never forget what Morrison said in Parliament:

    “I am sorry. We are sorry. I am sorry to Ms Higgins for the terrible things that took place here,”

    Yep, innocent until lynched by the Prime Minister.

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