Friday, 27 February 2009

Losing The Fight Against Worthless Scum...

Back in June last year, I predicted that:
”... when the trial opens there'll be a lot of contrasts between the worthwhile, selfless life of Mr Tripp and the lifestyle of the worthless scum that killed him.”
Well, sadly, I was right:
The full extent of the couple's criminal life can now be revealed for the first after she pleaded guilty to manslaughter.

Virasami - who has a string of convictions for petty theft and handling stolen goods dating back 20 years - was under a curfew and on bail for shoplifting. He was wearing an electronic tag when he launched the unprovoked attack.

Richardson has a 16-year criminal record. She has previously received community orders, conditional discharges and fines, for charges including deception, handling stolen goods and theft.
And her annoyance with another man over a queue-jumping allegation claimed the life of an innocent bystander.

And even the intended target of her ire is no angel:
At the supermarket, she argued with a teenager over queue-jumping, then used a mobile phone to summon Virasami, seeking revenge against the teenager.

Her intended target was 19-year-old Adam Prendergast, a graffiti vandal who lists his favourite sport as "sprinting from the police".
While by contrast, Mr Tripp was the ideal neighbour:
Mr Tripp, a building surveyor, was the father of a five-year-old daughter. He has been described as 'kind, quiet and never remotely likely to be involved in violence.'

Although six foot tall he weighed only nine stone and, after recovering from polio in childhood, had battled for 20 years against the debilitating affliction ME.

Mr Tripp, of Colliers Wood, was a tireless campaigner for a greater understanding of ME, now known as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

He wrote a self help group newsletter-for fellow sufferers in West London, always urging them 'never to give up'.
The UK is the poorer today, both for having lost him, and for the inadequate justice system that lets these wastes of oxygen commit crime after crime after crime with no consequence or punishment....

10 comments:

Oldrightie said...

The UK is the poorer today, both for having lost him, and for the inadequate justice system that lets these wastes of oxygen commit crime after crime after crime with no consequence or punishment....

I completed a YouGov survey this morning that was basically what do you think of The UK? This included The Courts and Police. My response, "not a lot".

Letters From A Tory said...

What a sad little tale.

A life tragically lost because our criminal justice system doesn't keep the public safe.

staybryte said...

A five-year old child deprived ofa father. Makes you want to weep.

Rob said...

Tagged, curfewed and on bail, all of which mysteriously failed to prevent a career criminal from killing someone. Astonishing.

If there was any justice, he would have killed Jacqui Smith, or a fucking judge, or a Chief Constable, or the head of one of the pro-criminal 'charities'. That would be poetic justice. Instead, those c*nts hide behind police protection and strong walls while poor bastards like this man take the consequences of their indulgence in sixth-form politics.

My bet for the sentence - he'll be unlucky to get six years, out in three (tagged, natch).

Mark said...

Another incident that must have prompted thousands of our fellow citizens (especially South Londoners) to consider emigration.

Trouble is, the countries with the lowest crime rates tend to have the strictest immigration policies.Go to the FCO travel advice website and take a look at what it says about Japan-

1.'Japan is generally trouble-free and has relatively low levels of common crime such as theft, mugging, burglary etc. It is generally safe to walk about at night and to travel on public transport'

2.'Japan has strict immigration laws. You should not overstay your entry permission or take unauthorised employment.'

3.'British nationals visiting Japan for up to three months must carry their passports at all times. If you have permission to stay longer in Japan, you must register with the ward office or city office of the district in which you reside. You will then receive an alien’s registration card, which must be carried at all times.'

4.'Detention for minor offences can be longer than in the UK, and prison regimes in Japan are very strict. Japan has a zero tolerance policy towards drug crime and there are severe penalties for drug offences, however minor. Detection facilities at airports and post offices are effective.'

5'In general, penalties for most offences are more severe than in the UK. If you are arrested in Japan, even for a minor offence, expect as much as 23 days police detention while your case is investigated. Bail is seldom granted to foreigners.'

I think most people of normal intelligence will suspect that the conditions described in quote 1 owe a good deal to the regime described in quotes 4 & 5, and that the procedures described in quotes 2 & 3 are also contributory factors.

BTW I also think whoever wrote this for the FO should be seconded to the Home Office/Ministry of 'Justice' immediately- and that hundreds of worthless overpaid Guardianista drones currently based there should be sacked to make way for this person. Fat chance !

Anonymous said...

and the faceless incompetants at the cps couldn't give a monkeys.If only we could name and shame...but then they have none.

AntiCitizenOne said...

People might take the law out of the hands of the incompetent...

AntiCitizenOne said...

Don't worry it seems America has similar problems

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/first100days/2009/02/27/chicago-man-arrested-allegedly-targeting-obama-hiv-infected-blood/

JuliaM said...

"If there was any justice, he would have killed Jacqui Smith, or a fucking judge, or a Chief Constable, or the head of one of the pro-criminal 'charities'."

Indeed. But they are never affected by the consequences of their actions.

"I think most people of normal intelligence will suspect that the conditions described in quote 1 owe a good deal to the regime described in quotes 4 & 5, and that the procedures described in quotes 2 & 3 are also contributory factors."

We are our own worst enemy, it's true, but then, we don't make our own laws now. Do we?

"..the faceless incompetants at the cps couldn't give a monkeys.If only we could name and shame.."

We need to adopt the US system, where a prosecuters name is always tagged to a story about a trial. What are they afraid of?

Oh. Right...

"....it seems America has similar problems..."

Yikes!

Jae B said...

wow...same ridiculous stuff is happening with increasing numbers here in US....people who actually agree to testify against bad guys after being strong-armed by courts and threatened with jail themselves just keep ending up dead and "oh it's not anyone's fault but the defendant" say the prosecutors, etc...
then all these guys that keep trying to knock the hell out of their women or attempt to murder them during divorce proceedings are getting out on bail over and over and like The Terminator keep hurting people, succeed in killing the wife finally and in TWO separate cases out of the blue they suddenly killed THEIR OWN kids after getting visitation....having previously "only" put the moms in ERs and ICUs!! Talk about revenge and evil!...you gotta love when they are stupid enough to then try to hire a hit man when they are no longer able to leave jail.....they always catch THOSE ones!