Wednesday, 4 March 2009

10,000 Muslims and the Solicitor-General……..

Lord Ahmed certainly has an army of supporters.

Following my piece this morning on my blog that this mendacious government couldn’t possibly be thinking of reviewing his sentence, the Solicitor-General has kindly found time in her busy work load of asking the Court of Appeal to review the sentence of Phillipa Curtis, jailed for 21 months after being found guilty of causing death by dangerous driving whilst texting, to drop into my humble blog and jump to Lord Ahmed’s defence.

Vera Baird 03.04.09 at 8:03 pm
the judge made clear, contrary to what you say, the texting had stopped several miles before the crash and played no part in the death. Hence he was not charged with causing death while dangerous driving like ms Curtis but with dangerous driving only. Nobody should text while driving.

Is she trying to say that he wasn’t distracted by his texting and was paying full attention when he killed young Mr Gombar. I had charitably assumed that he was distracted by his texting.

Perhaps the Solicitor-General dropping into blogs to reiterate past defences for ordinary folk is a common occurrence, I’m too new at this blogging lark to know; or perhaps Lord Ahmed has powerful supporters in high places. I’m sure that other bloggers will let me know.

Naturally I have checked out the IP address and e-mail address as being genuine.

by Anna Racoon


BrianSJ said...

So having caused death by dangerous driving, he wasn't charged with causing death by dangerous driving. Yes, I can see the logic of that.

North Northwester said...

No, no - I do like the Political Class's idea of appealing for a second chance in such important matters.

It's a bit like all those various 'No, sod off you miserly Oedipus Rexes, we don't want your filthy X European integration treaty' referendum results.

If justice isn't done the first time, then try, try, try again. Likewise double jeopardy. Likewise retrospective legislation.

The will of the people is as reeds, but our rulers' will is forever.

Old Holborn said...


Every individual in the world is either running away from fear or running towards happiness.

When a government sets up barracades, ignoring the will of the individual to achieve happiness or flee from fear, because the needs of the government are deemed greater than the needs of the individual, it will be held accountable.

Usually wth lamp posts.

Lawson Narse said...

The Court of Public Opinion is now in session according to Her Right Royal PITA H Harperson.

Let all appeal via this eminent and thoroughly righteous personage.

Van Helsing said...

What Janes said on your blog. They only know when he sent the last text, of I believe 5, So is he going to admit to composing number 6 while he was killing someone?
Is he fuck.

Anonymous said...

Lard Ahmed, surely? ;-)

stumpy said...

He'll get away with it.
I do hope Bubba gives him some rough man lovin' before he finishes doing bird.

with a healthy dose of something awfully virulent, and continues with him having a constant smelly discharge, until he pegs it, slowly and painfully...

wv gones, yep long gones!

anonemo said...

Where does the "several miles" come from. According to the court reports he was doing 60mph in his jag and his last text was sent around 2 minutes, some reports say less than 2 minutes, before the crash. Sixty mph = 1 mile per minute so thats 2 miles travelled, hardley several.

Wrinkled Weasel said...
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bofl said...

re earlier woolas story....

he is getting flak now......

and his lovely friends,yes,the gutless shitbags known as the Labour Party are all running away!!!

Such people of courage and integrity.

We give them too much reverence.
Cowards,scum and delusional fuckwits-

Cant wait for the first televised court of the people to convict
(i mean ) convene.

Wrinkled Weasel said...

Since when have Judges been that media savvy? There is no way on earth somebody can know what Lord Ahmed was doing at the time of the crash - he might have been about to send another text. The technology is certainly not accurate enough to record precise times and distances. Even the time of the crash will be surmise.

You can be absolutely certain that this case was discussed at the highest level and I would not be surprised if there has been political intervention.

Henry North London said...

There has been high interference

People dont drop into blogs to state the case for a convicted Lord unless there are 10000 muslims about to storm parliament

The Labour party is almost 100 years old Its time to euthanize it and with dignity from the nearest lamp posts and with decent piano wire

Spartan said...

In approx 2 mins we are supposed to believe the 'official' version that he wasn't using his phone, had a crash, was knocked out, then came round and THEN a 999 call was made on the same phone???? This is where the timescale comes in, and was calculated between his last text and the 999 call.

There has been some manipulation here. Think about it, you see it on tv with the rugby. When even momentarily knocked out it takes a while to come to your senses.

How about he crashed WHEN he sent the last text? ... 2 mins later the 999 call was then made?

The 'official' version just does not stand up to scrutiny.

Mitch said...

So this cunt kills someone and gets away with it bar a slap on the wrist. fuckin great.

Yesterday a work mate who is a keen Angler tried to buy a Catapult from a tackle shop was told "I need to see proof your over eighteen" he is 64 fukin yrs old FFS! its the rules they said.Are they worried that rioters will fire maggots at them?.

What happened to this country? its a joke.

Anonymous said...

Fucking wankers.

The Penguin said...

Ooooh, I wonder if she'll do me the honour of a visit to correct my views?

Does she post as "Cuse" does anyone know?

The Penguin

Spartan said...

There is something else to consider. lf we only have data from time of last text to time of 999 call them how is time of crash calculated?

lf, as we are told, the distance between place of last text and crash is 2 miles … then at 60mph it would be a mile a minute … therefore 2 miles.
But the actually said 60mph+. What does that mean 70?, 80? 90?more?

The faster the Jag was travelling, the time period between text and crash gets less!

Speed cannot acurately be calculated from scene of crash as his Jag hit the Audi (therefore not just depending on Jag breaking) so the tyre skid marks can only give a minimum speed not the maximum.

Also note that exact pinpointing of position of phone from mobile phone records gets very vague in rural areas unlike cities.

Quote “Qualified services may achieve a precision of down to 50 meters in urban areas where mobile traffic and density of antenna towers (base stations) is sufficiently high. Rural and desolate areas may see miles between base stations and therefore determine locations less precisely.”

Of course we would have had all these questions answered IF the more serious charge had not been dropped.

Anonymous said...

Why wasn't he charged with manslaughter?

Goodnight Vienna said...

Mitch - you're right - the country is a joke but it's no laughing matter:

Motorist pulled over and quizzed for laughing at the wheel

Oldrightie said...

He was texting his latest claim submission about which he was very excited. When the £16500 figure came up on his screen for that week's bunce he read it over and over again until.............

Gareth said...

I figured the Police put a lot of weight on the sentence by alleging the car was almost impossible to avoid. Two earlier vehicles had narrowly missed it was used as proof of this, except... that proves Lard Ahmed wasn't paying attention surely. The other two presumably hadn't been deep in text conversation in the preceeding minutes and did avoid the stricken Audi.

How far ahead were these two vehicles? Did Ahmed not see them swerve, deviate, brake (and in one instance come to rest on the central reservation??

Driving without due care and attention. Manslaughter. Death by dangerous driving. Take yer pick. The CPS obviously did and very carefully at that.

Spartan said...

@Gareth. An X Type Jag has a stopping distance 60-0 mph of 120 ft (Car Magazines road tests) ... about third of a length of a football pitch. Weather and visibility good at time of accident.

... and he didn't see Audi to stop in time? ... yeah right!

Over to you, Solicitor General.

The Beast Of Clerkenwell said...

I think you will find that all modern cars have a "black box"
Its true, and that is how PLOD can calculate the speed of impact.

Pavlov's Cat said...

Still you only get 10 months inside for stealing from sick children, in Great Ormand Street Hospital. ( According to Met County Mounty maximum possible sentence for this veteran burglar was 10 years )

Meet 47 year old, James Cleary he steals from sick kiddies, and will be back at your back door by November.

Newgates Knocer said...

Mitch. Totally agree, I just tried to buy £100 euros for my kids school trip. No one would change it for me without photo I.D. As I only had a paper driving lic. It was no deal. "You could be money laundering" said the prat at the till. FFS it was only £100. When is this going to stop?

Spartan said...

@ Beast .. l think you'll find that your black box cannot calculate speed ... only log faults sometimes with date stamp and some with time stamp. However they are not accurate to GMT. Also not secure.

Gareth said...

In the case of Ms. Curtis jailed for 21 months, she wasn't on the phone at the time of the crash either.

The key difference appears to be what they were charged with, and in Lard Ahmed's case, that he was prepared to plead guilty to the lesser charge.

Is this justice?

killemallletgodsortemout said...

I'm surprised she can post anything.

From the slanted facial features in the photo, I'd have thought she'd suffered a rather nasty stroke.

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