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Victim of sex crimes named and shamed 2 Weeks, 4 Days ago Karma: 49
One of the good things about the Beale conviction is that it shows false victims of sex crimes are NOT allowed anonymity for life after all. Mind you, HER victims were also smeared all over the media from Day One. But at least the false accusers and their friends now know that there is a serious jail sentence ahead of them if their lies fail. Do note the local paper's (which county I wonder?) coverage praising our fine police for getting to the bottom of the scam (whilst not just falling for it but contributing to it for so many years and miscarriages of justice). Rather like the CPS ("it is so rare" - not if you were doing your job, darling) who contributed to the past crimes and I bet even assisted Beale in her lies ("have another coffee and here's a hanky; why don't you say his front door was painted blue?").

www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/det...lying-jemma-13526495
 
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Re:Victim of sex crimes named and shamed 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago Karma: 3
JK2006 wrote:
One of the good things about the Beale conviction is that it shows false victims of sex crimes are NOT allowed anonymity for life after all. Mind you, HER victims were also smeared all over the media from Day One. But at least the false accusers and their friends now know that there is a serious jail sentence ahead of them if their lies fail. Do note the local paper's (which county I wonder?) coverage praising our fine police for getting to the bottom of the scam (whilst not just falling for it but contributing to it for so many years and miscarriages of justice). Rather like the CPS ("it is so rare" - not if you were doing your job, darling) who contributed to the past crimes and I bet even assisted Beale in her lies ("have another coffee and here's a hanky; why don't you say his front door was painted blue?").

www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/det...lying-jemma-13526495


5they knew damned well, and 88i think they exploited someone who is obviously not the full shilling.
 
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#165684
Re:Victim of sex crimes named and shamed 2 Weeks, 3 Days ago Karma: 49
Which, being interpreted Honey, means yes; let us be rather gracious to many of the false accusers who need pity and sympathy rather than further damage. But there are those who cynically create false allegations to get cash compensation or media fees. And worst of all, those in public office who realise the false accusers are lying but, instead of dismissing them, assist them by giving them details to mention ("blue door"... photos taken three years later than claimed given...) and actively help pervert the course of justice. That is the worst crime of all and when it succeeds (like Danny Day, Jemma Beale's victims, Geoff Long's pink sink, Ched Evans) the public officials should face trial and, if convicted, very, very long prison sentences.
 
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#165702
Randall

Re:Victim of sex crimes named and shamed 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago  
Mark Pearson's prosecution for sexually assaulting a woman* in a busy London Underground station is the worst example I'm aware of.

CCTV footage showed, clear as a bell, that the woman* was lying. Mr Pearson passed his accuser* without breaking stride and could clearly be seen to be carrying an item in each hand. The images show, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that he definitely did not put his hand inside her clothes and his fingers inside her vagina.

Instead of prosecuting the woman*, the CPS slowed the film down to make it look like Mr Pearson could have done it. The CPS officials involved have committed a crime here: perverting the course of justice. There will be ample documentary evidence of what they did. Should be a simple prosecution... If I were in Mr Pearson's shoes, I'd report the crime to the police. If they don't do anything about it, I'm then empowered (by the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, Section 24A(2), having due regard to 24A(3)(b) because I'd already reported it and nothing was done, remember..?) to arrest the officials myself. What a spiffing wheeze that would be.

* Whose name you can easily find using an internet search engine
 
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Re:Victim of sex crimes named and shamed 2 Weeks, 2 Days ago Karma: 49
Oh yes and I've got to know Mark who is now a passionate advocate for those of us fighting false allegations. You will see his name crop up again.
 
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hedda

Re:Victim of sex crimes named and shamed 2 Weeks, 1 Day ago  
Randall wrote:
Mark Pearson's prosecution for sexually assaulting a woman* in a busy London Underground station is the worst example I'm aware of.

CCTV footage showed, clear as a bell, that the woman* was lying. Mr Pearson passed his accuser* without breaking stride and could clearly be seen to be carrying an item in each hand. The images show, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that he definitely did not put his hand inside her clothes and his fingers inside her vagina.

Instead of prosecuting the woman*, the CPS slowed the film down to make it look like Mr Pearson could have done it. The CPS officials involved have committed a crime here: perverting the course of justice. There will be ample documentary evidence of what they did. Should be a simple prosecution... If I were in Mr Pearson's shoes, I'd report the crime to the police. If they don't do anything about it, I'm then empowered (by the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, Section 24A(2), having due regard to 24A(3)(b) because I'd already reported it and nothing was done, remember..?) to arrest the officials myself. What a spiffing wheeze that would be.

* Whose name you can easily find using an internet search engine


I believe he's trying to fund a private prosecution.
If successful & it looks like succeeding the CPS have to take over such a case.
It would be fascinating if he was suing the police & CPS then.
Oh for a millionaire with a social conscience who would fund such a case.
 
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