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TOPIC: SION JENKINS WALKS FREE
#123
SION JENKINS WALKS FREE 14 Years, 4 Months ago  
Those of us with inside information were always convinced he was innocent.
Here's the key to it all... black bin liners.
 
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#126
MMC
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Re:SION JENKINS WALKS FREE 14 Years, 4 Months ago  
Great news JK! , at last the guy can walk free after years and years. Just watching his statement , live on Sky News at the moment.
 
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#127
In The Know

Re:SION JENKINS WALKS FREE 14 Years, 4 Months ago  
He always seemed innocent to me. Another case where the police "decide" who is guilty and then go out looking for evidence to support their case - instead of the other way round.

The frightening thing is that he could have faced yet another re-trial .... is there no limit to the number of times this can happen?
 
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#130
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Re:SION JENKINS WALKS FREE 14 Years, 4 Months ago  
Are they charging the people who attacked him and cut his chin in court ?

The Police seem to have one rule for their own kind ( criminals ) and another rule for the ordinary people in my view.

They see ordinary members of the public as soft targets for their incompetance.

The bad news is that the Hackney Chair Leg Police have escaped prosecution despite gunning down another innocent member of the public ( by mistake of course )

The other good news is the Policeman who speeded at 150 and was let off - now will certainly get convicted in his retrial if there is any shred of true justice left in the system.

The Police must think the public are crazy. Sion Jenkins is so obviously innocent that no wonder juries refuse to give verdicts. They have no evidence on which to draw conclusions except manufactured stories which keep changing when they are disproved........

The Police surely once investigated crime. Now they create the crimes or create their victims.

Time for a total overhaul of the British Justice system and making the Police accountable for their actions.
 
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#138
KC

Re:SION JENKINS WALKS FREE 14 Years, 4 Months ago  
I never believed that Sion Jenkins was guilty. Lack of motive. Lack of anything but assumption and circumstantial evidence. It just never felt right.

I also hope those who attacked him get charged. Also, the police officer who, in response to a request for help, just said "Shut up" should be sacked.
 
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#153
Me again

Re:SION JENKINS WALKS FREE 14 Years, 4 Months ago  
Strange, that Policeman, Pc Mark Milton, drove at 150 MPH, harmed nobody, yet is named, shamed, and, it appears he hasn't yet escaped being charged.

Yet an innocent Londoner can be shot and killed in a police surveillance f**k up and the officers responsible remain anonymous, still.
 
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#158
In The Know

Re:SION JENKINS WALKS FREE 14 Years, 4 Months ago  
Best not to have a suspicious occupation - like (Brazilian) electrician - or in this case, painter and decorator !
 
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#170
Sion Jenkins Questions not covered in this morning's papers. 14 Years, 4 Months ago  
If her real family care about her so much, where were they when she was 7?
Is it true that a man with several convictions for assault involving pushing plastic up women's noses was three minutes away from Billy Jo who was found with plastic stuffed up her nose?
How could a man beat someone to death with an iron bar and only get a miniscule spray of blood on him?
If he DID and changed into fresh clothes, how come there WAS a tiny spray on his NEW clothes and could he do all that in 3 minutes?
 
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#177
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Re:Sion Jenkins Questions not covered in this morning's papers. 14 Years, 4 Months ago  
I did hear about the other man who was believed to be in the area at the time, but it seems that the police ignored him in their determination to convict Sion Jenkins.

The other questions are ones which I have also asked over the years. There does seem to have been a very blinkered "investigation" with only one objective. But this does seem to be the norm for British policing.
 
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#196
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Re:Sion Jenkins Questions not covered in this morning's papers. 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
Consider this;

Motive, Billy Jo is repeatedly described as 'fiesty' which is only newspaper speak for typical teenage shit.
Jenkins regulary beat his wife and children.

Means, the iron bar.

Opportunity, the 'window' available to Jenkins at plus three minutes is more than enough time to crack a skull and walk through the ground floor of his house.

Query, why have I never heard Jenkins issue a straight denial? Even yesterday he was mealy-mouthed, talking about Police incompetence rather than a more natural 'told you I didn't do it'.

View, guilty.
 
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#199
Foz

Re:Sion Jenkins Questions not covered in this morning's papers. 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
I am neither convinced of his innocence nor of his guilt unfortunately. The judge formally aquitted him, but the jury had not made the verdict on his fate.
I have a feeling this story will be revised upon in years to come.

I cannot recall the name of the guy, but years ago, the crown coroner, Keith Simpson found evidence which implicated a man in a murder that he had been found not guilty years previously. The man had a terminal illness and admitted that he did actually commit the crime soon before he died.

In a nutshell, I feel just as cynical about the supposed 'not guilty' verdict. So much time has passed I doubt they will find the murderer - possible witnesses may have even forgotten seeing a person in the Kent area running from the crimescene covered in blood?!
 
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#201
KC

Re:Sion Jenkins Questions not covered in this morning's papers. 14 Years, 3 Months ago  
There will always be those who believe that Sion Jenkins is guilty regardless of circumstances or evidence (or lack of). We can only hope that, if those people are on trial themselves, they are treated with a greater level fairness than they treat others.

In my opinion, if Sion Jenkins had broken her skull and walked through his house, there would have been more blood in the house and on his clothes than was found. An independant phorensic expert explained how the blood specks could have come onto Jenkins' clothing.

Why would he ram something up her nose? It's interesting that a man seen in the area had a history of doing that very thing to his victims.

As for Jenkins giving a straight denial. I think a "not guilty" plea is exactly that
 
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