Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by explicit4u, Aug 6, 2011.
Anyone in particular? I can check out some online sources for you which you won't have access to.
Sorry I don't know any names, the teacher springs to mind though? All I really wanted were a few names, their ages, what their jobs were, what they were convicted of and what their sentences were. If you can help it would be much appreciated!!
I'm afraid you're out of luck then - there's no publicly accessible database of these cases. It'll probably be months before the MOJ pulls one together for statistical purposes and that is unlikely to have any names or job titles in it since it isn't relevant information.
News reports are your best bet.
Ah. I did a search for Alexis Bailey (the teaching assistant) but no luck on Westlaw. I don't have time to do the researching, but if there are any names that you find in media reports then I can check Westlaw and others and email you a pdf of the judgment.
Forgive my ignorance but I was always of the assumption that should someone receive a court sentence then that information was made public for all to observe, perhaps online somewhere?
Ah yes that's the name. I have managed to find a few others; Natasha Reid and Jamie Waylett (however neither of these age over 25)
A black man has pleaded guilty to burning down the 150 year old furniture store in Croydon today.
Let's play a game of spot the difference
I knew it!
Dirtydog has been playing Zelda and is pretending he owns the lens of truth?
Yeah I got the age of the store wrong
Kay Burley is clueless, pandering to the PC crowd "BUT WHITE PEOPLE MUST OF BEEN THERE AS WELL" You cant even say the word black/coloured anymore.
Yep censoring news which happens to be embarrassing or unpalatable, it's like being in Soviet Russia.
That man better watch out, it's illegal to speak the truth about immigration these days, he'll find himself up in court alongside tram woman.
There's a photo in the article...
Because the colour of someones skin is irrelevant to the actions they are taking.
Pretty clear to see that the bloke interviewed was trying to make an issue of the guy being black when it was not a cause or a factor in what was going on.
So the line of dull political correctness and flat out racism is drawn when people are making an issue of being a certain colour regardless of the action.
Well obviously.. But somehow i doubt he would have written 'white man pleads guilty' if that had been the case.
I think it does, when the whole thing started when a black man was killed by the police, known gangster and criminal, then the black community protested about his death then went on the rampage, London is a lost cause.
Yes, the majority of people involved were black, but you can't say that was the reason behind riots.
Separate names with a comma.