Police have insisted justice has been done despite a cancer con woman avoiding jail.What do the actual victims say?
Victims said: “There is no justice in this world,” as they left Basildon Crown Court, but the investigating officer has reassured them justice has been done.I think 'tried to reassure them' would be more accurate...
Speaking after the sentence, investigating officer DC Rob Lewis said: "Albeit the victims are disappointed with the sentence received by Mrs Watson, justice has today been served.
"We hope that this will deter others from committing rare crimes of this nature, which have such as devastating impact on the victims and sadly have had an adverse effect on the good work of charities.
“We would like to reassure the public that Essex Police will take positive action to bring offenders to justice.”They've seen your 'justice' and they clearly don't think much of it.
What was the reason for leniency this time (as if I couldn't guess)?
...her jail term was suspended for two years as she showed remorse had a six-week-old child and a 21-month-old child.Oh? Did she?
DC Lewis said: "We would like to thank the large number of witnesses and victims for their patience and support throughout the investigation.
"Danielle Watson acted in a cold and calculated manner, she befriended and abused the trust of kind and generous people who wanted to help a person they thought was dying. She obtained significant financial gain, gifts and services from the kind hearted.
"At no stage in the investigation did she demonstrate any form of remorse or shoulder responsibility for her conduct.”Ah. Only, it would seem, in court. At the behest of her mouthpiece.