The evil witch
I’m looking forward to attending a protest in Westminster tomorrow afternoon, on the last day of the CPS’s employment of Alison Saunders, the evil witch who has been the highly-paid Director of Public prosecutions for the past five years. She should have been fired within the first few months of her tenure, so clear was her anti-male bias. Details of tomorrow’s protest here.
A piece in yesterday’s Times by Richard Ford, Home Correspondent:
Alison Saunders retires as director of public prosecutions this week after a five-year tenure marked by controversies, including the collapse of rape trials after material was disclosed late. In the past three years, reported crimes in England and Wales rose by 32 per cent to 5.5 million; charges or summons fell by 26 per cent. Ms Saunders, 57, told The Observer there was a lack of resources and that the system was “creaking”. “Take one rape case where they met on Tinder: it took 600 police hours to go through the digital material,” she said.
She became tearful when asked about how she had handled criticism. [J4MB emphasis] “I don’t understand where some of the rhetoric comes from . . . but five years is long enough for anyone.” She is joining Linklaters, the law firm, as a partner and has a pension pot of £1.8 million.
Saunders always made it clear during her five-year tenure that the CPS and the police did NOT lack the resources to do their jobs properly. What she meant, of course, was that the police didn’t have the resources (or the will) to examine materials which might exonerate men, such as social media records, leading to miscarriages of justice and innocent men being sent to prison – which was just fine so far as the evil witch was concerned, given her mission to put more men in prison for sexual offences, regardless of their guilt or innocence.
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