Sentencing her, Judge Ian Pringles told Miss Debanks 'Those who suffer genuine rape are undermined by people like you. You undermine the whole system of justice.'
To hell with the poor sod falsely accused and forced to undergo intimate sample collection, eh, judge?
He added: 'I would be failing in my duty today if I was not to pass an immediate prison sentence.'
Not something that your learned colleagues
care too much about...
Lucy Ffrench, defending, said Debanks had suffered a difficult time, including the loss of her father to cancer and of her uncle in a freak accident, as well as other personal issues.
'She has been looking in the wrong places for the attention she craves,' said Ms Ffrench.
You mean, with her boozing, crack-cocaine smoking friends?
If the bloke had been found guilty, he would have done at least 8 years. To give this vindictive, lying, bitch a sentence of 1/12th of that is a joke. But then, who ever heard of a Judge living in the real world.
"My client has been going through a hard time", said Lucy Ffrench-Kiss, "so fuck everybody else."
In case you think she looks like a grammar school girl with some errant mongification to her top lip and the Argos necklace, gaze at her Farsebook page thus: https://www.facebook.com/kirstynchris/photos
It would be harsh of me to judge someone at the tender age of 20 too harshly. But this is no grammar school girl who's fallen in with a bad lot. She is feedstock for Labour voters of the future.
She has no children yet that I read of (which may have excused her gaol time), so there might still be some hope for her.
I lost a fiver wagering on the gee gees this afternoon, and am thus reluctant to risk any more. What do you think?
If she cleaned up her act after she left pokey and led a respectable life afterwards, it would restore my faith in humanity. I've £5 here saying it won't happen.
"If the bloke had been found guilty, he would have done at least 8 years. To give this vindictive, lying, bitch a sentence of 1/12th of that is a joke."
So much for the 'punishment' fitting the crime :/
"It would be harsh of me to judge someone at the tender age of 20 too harshly."
I used to think so, until I saw a documentary on the infantrymen of WWI, and the age they were conscripted at...
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