Friday, 31 October 2008

And All Because The Lady Justice System Loves….

Kylie Fisk, 20, lashed out as officers tried to break up a brawl she was involved in outside her home in a cul de sac in Ipswich, Suffolk.

She screamed abuse, kicked a police car, punched Sgt Alistair Livingstone in the lip and left five deep scratch marks to his face.
Just another everyday story of the underclass…? Not quite:
But she was shown mercy by District Judge David Copper after he was told how she had bought the £3.10 box of Nestle chocolates to say sorry.

Judge Cooper, sitting at South East Suffolk Magistrates Court, told her: "That is a very sweet gesture. I have never heard of that happening before.

"I have to consider compensation. You bought the police officer a box of chocolates, that is nice. You just go and give him that."
Now, I’m speechless….
Fisk admitted assaulting Sgt Livingstone just after midnight on October 18 and was given a curfew order from 10pm to 7am for two months.

Judge Cooper added: "You have committed a very serious offence. It must never happen again or you will go to prison."
Or at least, have to spend more on a better quality box of chocolates for your victim…
Fisk's mother Vicky Combstock, 48, said: "She is extremely sorry. I thought the chocolates were a great idea.

"She was very worried that she might go to jail and I am delighted that the judge decided to give her the curfew order instead."
Yes, I just bet you were…

And, I take it, you weren’t worried that you’d brought up a brawling, abusive, manipulative little bitch as a daughter? You didn’t feel any shame at her behaviour?

But then again, why should you? It’s everyone else (like the Fisk’s neighbours) that needs to worry about that. And only people with normal standards of behaviour that need to feel any shame...

4 comments:

DJ said...

It's not even a new trick:

http://www.policespecials.com/forum/lofiversion/index.php?t77842.html

If the' oppressed underclass' could apply the same work ethic and adaptability to legal pursuits as they do to playing the system, they wouldn't be the underclass.

JuliaM said...

"If the' oppressed underclass' could apply the same work ethic and adaptability to legal pursuits as they do to playing the system, they wouldn't be the underclass."

Can't blame them for trying - there's ALWAYS a Judge Cooper ready to give them that second, third, fourth or fortieth chance...

"Stephen Crouch, defending, said ...."Most of the time, he is a very loving father to his two children and his grandchildren....He is the only client I have represented in 27 years that has sent flowers and chocolates to a police officer. He is quite unique.""

Heh. Not any more....

Rob said...

Reminds me of the judge in that racist murder case a couple of years ago, who said that the Asian killer couldn't be racist because he had attacked a fellow Asian as well, despite his boasting that he had "killed a white man".

They are desperate to keep these people on the streets, any excuse is appropriate.

Anonymous said...

It's just too priceless that their name is Fisk.