A judge who launched a foul-mouthed tirade against the British justice system after being found guilty of owning a dangerous dog was at the centre of a fresh police inquiry yesterday.Yup, it’s her. Again.
Judge Beatrice Bolton, 57, vowed never to sit in a court of law again after she was found guilty, branding the verdict a ‘****ing travesty’.She’s under investigation by the judicial ethics people, who seem to be taking their own sweet time…
Police are now investigating claims of a fresh dog attack at her home after a postman was bitten on the thigh and buttocks last weekend. The Royal Mail is so concerned about the safety of its staff it has suspended all deliveries to three properties, including Judge Bolton’s, because of the ‘danger’.It seems the judge is relying on the ‘no, not my dog this time!’ tactic:
Maybe that gave the caption guy pause, because there seems to be a bit missing: Maybe they’ll have a doggy ID parade? Do they work? Can you tell one crazy, out-of-control bitch from another?
The police have taken statements from neighbours and are investigating the attack. Sources said Mr Auld told the police that he believed the dog belonged to the £140,000-a-year judge. Mr Auld’s wife, Susan, last night insisted: ‘It was her dog.’
But Judge Bolton said: ‘It’s not my dog.’ Referring to December’s court case, she added: ‘Will you kindly stop publishing that my dog took a chunk out of Frederick Becker, because he didn’t. Everybody agrees that the injury was a scratch. ‘I am warning you that if there is any inference at all that I was involved or that it was my dog, then you are going to be in trouble.’