Natalie Saul, 37, accountant, stole £350,000 from her technology firm to fund an online poker habit. Walks free from court as female judge says she’s ‘not the stuff of which prison population is made’

Our thanks to Nigel for this. Female accountants will now feel empowered to steal money from their employers, and expect to evade prison sentences if caught. They won’t even need to repay the money they steal, let alone pay hefty fines to deter others.

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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • Slowcoach

    Quote;
    ” Not the stuff of which the prison population is made”
    says judge.

    She’s dead right there.
    They have to men I believe.
    Something to do with women’s human rights I expect?

    I looked up judge Catherine Newman to see if she had any known ‘form’.
    Slightly disappointingly, only fairly annodyne stuff like this;

    “Catherine Newman QC
    Has an extensive commercial chancery practice that encompasses many civil fraud instructions, including ones with an international dimension.
    Strengths: “Catherine’s a superstar in the courtroom. She’s incredibly well prepared.” “Catherine has the ability to take the temperature of the situation and read the court. She is well regarded by the judiciary and easy to get on with. Clients really like her and she’s extremely bright. She really is a tour de force.”
    Perhaps that’s a misprint.
    Maybe they meant “tour de France”?

    Well get out there and just shine then, Superstar.

    • They have to [be] men I believe.’

      That was my first thought too.

      Strengths: “Catherine’s a superstar in the courtroom. She’s incredibly well prepared.” “Catherine has the ability to take the temperature of the situation and read the court. She is well regarded by the judiciary and easy to get on with. Clients really like her and she’s extremely bright. She really is a tour de force.”

      That sounds as though written by a teenager; things have come to a pretty pass when Judges are described as ‘superstars’ who are ‘incredibly well prepared’. ‘Ommigosh’, how very Bunty of the Lower Sixth.

  • I’m prepared to take the wholly exceptional course of reducing your sentence and suspend it.

    There is a right of appeal by the prosecution if a sentence is considered unduly lenient.

    • Mike Buchanan

      … and by members of the public, a supporter already has that underway.

  • Marty

    Clearly, female judges are not impartial and female employees not above theft and intrigue. We certainly do not need more of them. I would go as far as to say women are not fit to occupy positions of decision making or trustworthiness.

    • Groan

      I’m afraid you’ll find many a male judge take a similarly indulgent approach to the fairer sex. Partly due to old fashioned chivalry and partly due to official Gov. and Justice Dept. policy to reduce the size of the female prison population.