Skip to comments.Daily Mail lifts veil of secrecy judge threw over trial of two Muslim lawyers[truncated]
Posted on 01/02/2014 2:57:03 AM PST by expat1000
A judge allowed two Muslim solicitors accused of trying to cheat the legal system to hide behind a cloak of secrecy for cultural reasons, the Daily Mail can disclose.
He banned reporting of the case of Asha Khan, 30, and her brother Kashif, 34, to prevent them allegedly being shamed in the eyes of their community.
In the latest farce involving secret justice, the pair were told they could enjoy the courts protection because members of their family would pass judgment if the case was reported.
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H/T The Ace of Spades: http://ace.mu.nu/. Great site - check it out.
Of all the pandering a-holes in western society, the lowest and vilest is the British governmental establishment.
“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.” -George Orwell, Animal Farm
>>They were on trial accused of helping their father, Mohammed, dodge a speeding fine by pretending he was not driving at the time of the offence.
You’re welcome to that view: but this is nothing to do with the British government. In Britain, as in the US, we have separation of powers, and the courts are independent of the executive.
Guess he thinks he’ll get a break when sharia takes over.
No burkas or head scarfs....this Muzzie clan is quite Westernized....so this court is full of liberal shyte
Same as here.
And same as here there is a problem with the power elite liberal establishment ignoring the will of the people and enforcing their insane domestic and foreign policy objectives on them.
Its as if they all had one head. Too bad they don’t all have one neck.
I’m stealing that for a tagline.
Told you before, don’t start bringing actual facts about the UK into these threads.
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