Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Laughing In The Face Of ‘Justice’…

In court on September 1 Judge Stead accepted that Chendjou-Tamba had not been driving badly for a protracted period of time or travelling at excessive speed and so sentenced him to 18 months in prison, suspended for two years and ordered him to do 150 hours unpaid work.
Chendjou-Tamba, of Langley Drive, Deane, was also banned from driving for four years after which he will have to take an extended driving test.
But Cameroon-born Chendjou-Tamba flouted the court's decision, and at 5am the morning after the sentence hearing he climbed behind the wheel of his Toyota Corolla — the same vehicle involved in the collision — and drove to work.
This was confirmed when police viewed the company's CCTV and saw him driving into the premises.
Chendjou-Tamba pleaded guilty to driving while banned and breaching a suspended prison sentence. Judge Stead activated the suspended prison sentence, jailing Chendjou-Tamba for 18 months.
Well, at least he didn't just give him another suspended sentence. That's what they usually do.
Mr Taylor's wife, Rebecca said she was shocked that Chendjou-Tamba had driven again. She said: "Part of being remorseful is facing up to the consequences of your actions.
"At the time we just wanted the right verdict. We weren't bothered about him going to prison because we thought he was remorseful.
"This has completely thrown us. He dragged us through the whole court process, which was painful enough, and this has just brought it all back.
"I am shocked because he came across as an honest man."
Well, his brief no doubt made it seem as if he was. But then, that's his job.


Anonymous said...


Contempt of court too, deport him after he's finished his sentence

Greencoat said...

Deport! Deport! Deport!

Michael said...

Hardly that honest I think...
Still another glowing success for "diversity".

Anonymous said...

It isn't contempt of Court; they told him what would happen if he drove and it did happen, as both parties agreed, so justice has been served. I don't think they can deport people for doing what the court says; they didn't say he couldn't drive, they said he was unlicensed to do so and would be jailed if he did.

Furor Teutonicus said...

His Wife appear to know very little about tha bastard.

One of these weddings to get him a passport, was it?

Anonymous said...


This is a case of yes it is, people who have refused to carry out community service have been given a custodial sentence, the principle being that the court says you do one thing and promptly do another. The deporting is that while I doubt if it is a deportable offence, his contempt at the justice system does warrant his return.

JuliaM said...

"Deport! Deport! Deport!"

If only... :/

"One of these weddings to get him a passport, was it?"

You might think that, I couldn't possibly comment... ;)