Our thanks to Martin for this. An extract:
Doc [J4MB: Jurott’s son] says he cannot understand why the woman was not charged with dangerous driving causing death which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years.
“For some reason the cops went light on her. The magistrate (Justice Hay) questioned that herself.”…
Justice Hay took into account the driver’s mental condition following the traumatic crash. [J4MB: Why? What earthly relevance does this have on the punishment she deserved?]
Doc says Justice Hay told the court a conviction would have a negative impact on Sarah’s ability to assume her aspirations of studying to be a social worker with refugees. [J4MB: Heaven forbid that killing an 87-year-old man should have any negative consequences for a woman.]
“For some reason the cops went light on her”. Hmm, what might that be?