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PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2017 4:21 pm 
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Jesus.


The sentences were very light here. I'm not sure how imprisoning someone and raping them repeatedly for almsot decade is worth only 15 years.


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I know that's the north, but a life sentence here equates to 15 to 20 years on average.


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Soft fraud allegations in a defence aren't really allowed any more. You can deny a claim simpliciter or allege fraud and provide proof. A denial with a hint of fraud isn't kosher.

Yet having, and worse, believing a medical "expert" who testifies that running the day after a car accident to alleviate pain from a soft tissue injury to the neck is a recognised treatment is kosher ?

:lol: :lol: :lol:


You shouldn't be able to employ your own medical "expert" as it's a clear conflict of interest. They should have to pick from one of five medics nominated by the defence.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2017 5:19 pm 
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They should have a medical jury system for cases involving medical evidence. :o


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Duff Paddy wrote:
camroc1 wrote:
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Soft fraud allegations in a defence aren't really allowed any more. You can deny a claim simpliciter or allege fraud and provide proof. A denial with a hint of fraud isn't kosher.

Yet having, and worse, believing a medical "expert" who testifies that running the day after a car accident to alleviate pain from a soft tissue injury to the neck is a recognised treatment is kosher ?

:lol: :lol: :lol:


You shouldn't be able to employ your own medical "expert" as it's a clear conflict of interest. They should have to pick from one of five medics nominated by the defence.


:lol: :lol:

The main defence ortho was infamous for declaring people were grand prior to the MRI discovering massive disc degradation time after time.

They're just as bad.


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So the Gards found a torso which was related to the severed arm that was found on the beach a few years ago.

The victim had previous convictions for rape. Wonder was he liked by vigilante types.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2017 10:47 pm 
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That Clerys wan is being charged.


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That Clerys wan is being charged.


The deal with the Workers was the start of her plea for clemency


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That Clerys wan is being charged.


The deal with the Workers was the start of her plea for clemency

It would be most unlikely that she'd be gaoled. Fined, if found guilty, altho' they might be quite hefty.


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So the Gards found a torso which was related to the severed arm that was found on the beach a few years ago.

The victim had previous convictions for rape. Wonder was he liked by vigilante types.


Apparently a relative did it and confessed in a note before taking his own life


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waguser wrote:
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So the Gards found a torso which was related to the severed arm that was found on the beach a few years ago.

The victim had previous convictions for rape. Wonder was he liked by vigilante types.


Apparently a relative did it and confessed in a note before taking his own life


A relative of the raper?


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waguser wrote:
Nolanator wrote:
So the Gards found a torso which was related to the severed arm that was found on the beach a few years ago.

The victim had previous convictions for rape. Wonder was he liked by vigilante types.


Apparently a relative did it and confessed in a note before taking his own life


Was the relative the victim of the rapist as well?


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So the Gards found a torso which was related to the severed arm that was found on the beach a few years ago.

The victim had previous convictions for rape. Wonder was he liked by vigilante types.


Apparently a relative did it and confessed in a note before taking his own life


Was the relative the victim of the rapist as well?


No.


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http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/human-torso-discovered-in-dublin-park-in-search-for-missing-rapist-35611083.html


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http://www.irishlegal.com/7090/high-court-woman-who-broke-ankle-at-rugby-club-fundraiser-has-personal-injury-claim-dismissed/

This is Brilliant. and with A rugby angle too!

Take a bow justice Barr

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A woman who broke her ankle on a night out at a Wexford rugby club fundraiser has had her action against the club dismissed by the High Court. Mr Justice Barr questioned the demeanour of the woman as a witness, and criticised the woman for withholding evidence from her own expert witness – stating that this was not consistent with anything other than a fraudulent motive.

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In this case Ms Amy Walsh (36) sought damages in respect of personal injuries suffered by her, when she tripped and fell to the ground while crossing the car park area at Wexford Wanderers Rugby Club in May 2012.

It was Ms Walsh’s case that her accident and the resulting injuries, were caused by the negligence and breach of duty of the Rugby Club, for failure on its part to maintain the area in a safe and proper condition.


ominous

but...


Conflicting evidence

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Ms Walsh’s evidence was that she arrived at her friend’s house at around 20:30hrs and “was adamant that she had only one vodka and 7-Up in the house prior to going to the rugby club at 21:00hrs”.

Two of her friends who were with her on the night of the accident, Ms Farrell and Ms Casey, stated in evidence that Ms Walsh arrived at circa 18:00hrs. They stated that they consumed two bottles of vodka, almost two bottles of Peach Schnapps, almost a full bottle of Mickey Finns and a bottle of strawberry and cream shots, before leaving the house.

Furthermore, it was agreed that a third bottle of vodka was split into two smaller mineral bottles which were taken to the rugby club. Ms Farrell and Ms Casey gave evidence that this was consumed in the toilets of the rugby club,
and this was supported by evidence given by the president of the rugby club, Ms Carty, who noted that she was annoyed upon witnessing this as the night in question was a major fundraiser for the club


That is a colossal amount of Booze!
Even Mullet would be impressed!


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:lol: jaysus, that's some feed of booze.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 21, 2017 3:29 pm 
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:lol: jaysus, that's some feed of booze.

In three hours ?

They were hosing it into themselves and must have been shitfaced leaving the house. :lol: :lol:


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:lol: jaysus, that's some feed of booze.

In three hours ?

They were hosing it into themselves and must have been shitfaced leaving the house. :lol: :lol:

I don't think I would have reached the door of the house... :lol:


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bottle is such a vague term.


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Did anybody check Ming's case?

http://www.thejournal.ie/vera-twomey-ar ... 8-Apr2017/

This kid should be allowed the medication that's needed though.


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Schnapps, Fickey Minn's and strawberry and cream shots.

Women.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 24, 2017 4:27 pm 
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A mid range offence judge?

:lol:

http://www.thejournal.ie/woman-jailed-s ... 8-Apr2017/

Remind me how long the hammer killer got...

So she hid the body in the shed for six days.. check
Any provocation? None that we know of/proven
Pleaded not guilty to murder, guilty of manslaughter. Check.

Proves my point that if Roy Webster was a woman, he would not have been found guilty of murder.


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A mid range offence judge?

:lol:

http://www.thejournal.ie/woman-jailed-s ... 8-Apr2017/

Remind me how long the hammer killer got...

So she hid the body in the shed for six days.. check
Any provocation? None that we know of/proven
Pleaded not guilty to murder, guilty of manslaughter. Check.

Proves my point that if Roy Webster was a woman, he would not have been found guilty of murder.


She did say sorry.

There was provocation outlined, btw. Although not sure it was/could be proven.


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CM11 wrote:
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A mid range offence judge?

:lol:

http://www.thejournal.ie/woman-jailed-s ... 8-Apr2017/

Remind me how long the hammer killer got...

So she hid the body in the shed for six days.. check
Any provocation? None that we know of/proven
Pleaded not guilty to murder, guilty of manslaughter. Check.

Proves my point that if Roy Webster was a woman, he would not have been found guilty of murder.


She did say sorry.

There was provocation outlined, btw. Although not sure it was/could be proven.


There always is. Like the time some nice quiet lad down in Cork, I think, got both barrells of a shot gun. She claimed he was beating her, evidence was that he was asleep in bed. She got away with manslaughter!


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'Whiplash' is a load of bollocks, quelle surprise

http://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/onus- ... 0002678751


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CM11 wrote:
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A mid range offence judge?

:lol:

http://www.thejournal.ie/woman-jailed-s ... 8-Apr2017/

Remind me how long the hammer killer got...

So she hid the body in the shed for six days.. check
Any provocation? None that we know of/proven
Pleaded not guilty to murder, guilty of manslaughter. Check.

Proves my point that if Roy Webster was a woman, he would not have been found guilty of murder.


She did say sorry.

There was provocation outlined, btw. Although not sure it was/could be proven.


She was found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter whereas he was found guilty of murder BY A JURY so I don't know who flamer is having a go at here.


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Flametop wrote:
Did anybody check Ming's case?

http://www.thejournal.ie/vera-twomey-ar ... 8-Apr2017/

This kid should be allowed the medication that's needed though.


His consultant could get it for him if he wanted him to have it


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'Whiplash' is a load of bollocks, quelle surprise

http://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/onus- ... 0002678751

And medics are regularly "economical with the truth".

Who'd have thunk it !


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Jesus.


The sentences were very light here. I'm not sure how imprisoning someone and raping them repeatedly for almsot decade is worth only 15 years.

The sentences have both been appealed by the DPP for excessive leniency especially the wifes. I hope they both get life with full life tarriffs .


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camroc1 wrote:
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'Whiplash' is a load of bollocks, quelle surprise

http://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/onus- ... 0002678751

And medics are regularly "economical with the truth".

Who'd have thunk it !

Most bad whippies are fat, middle-aged people who have back trouble worsened. I noticed he was very careful to avoid mentioning lower-back issues. Cheeky cúnt.

I was also blown away by the revelation that whiplash was fairly unknown until the second half of the 20th century. Nothing to do with car ownership levels, eh?

His admission that he was willing to do what he believed was misleading would suggest he's not credible at all. The book he cites was written by a psychologist, as well, I think.


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Pain is subjective. There are plenty of mad old dears out there in chronic pain but there is nothing ostensibly wrong with them. Life is shit like that. The clever greedy bastards in the four gold mines have exploited this subjective nature of pain for monetary gain. It has to stop and the idiot judges have to cop on to themselves


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It's pretty common for a car accident to cause the pain. Lots of middle-aged people have ruined their spines and a big shunt sets it off.

Women in their 50s who've had kids are the most likely to suffer back injuries.

If somebody suffered no pain before the accident and now suffers lots of pain, it's not overly difficult for doctors to find a link.


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Are you on drugs? It's not a doctor's job to find a link


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Everyone sits at a desk in work, then sits when eating, sits on the crapper and relaxes by sitting and watching TV.

Chronic back pain is usually nothing to do with trauma and everything to do with posture and lifestyle. Sedentary lifestyles with lots of sitting and being a touch overweight is fucking terrible for you.


More is needed to promote sustainable working environments, whether that's subsidising standing desks, providing free pilates classes in offices, general physiology education or whatever.


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Most of these people probably don't work


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My trap/neck/shoulder has been f**k the last two days, probably because of my desk and chair in work. Never felt it this bad before.

Who can I sue?


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Duff Paddy wrote:
Most of these people probably don't work


Sitting watching re-runs of Jeremy Kyle and Corrie, then.

Bullettyme wrote:
My trap/neck/shoulder has been f**k the last two days, probably because of my desk and chair in work. Never felt it this bad before.

Who can I sue?


Get yourself a tennis ball or sliotar and bate the shit out the stiff area.


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My trap/neck/shoulder has been f**k the last two days, probably because of my desk and chair in work. Never felt it this bad before.

Who can I sue?


Work supplied me with a €1200 chair following surgery on my back. I didn't look for it, the HR department rang me to ask about it. My consultant said that seems like a good idea and hey presto.


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Are you on drugs? It's not a doctor's job to find a link

Well, actually, when doing legal work it is their job to ascertain whether symptoms were caused by an accident or not.


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