But I Am….

Judge Jeremy Richardson QC described it as a “weak case”, although he stressed he was not critical of the Crown Prosecution Service.

Well, no. That’d be like a fish criticizing water, after all…

Cabral hit out following the outcome of the case and said it was unfair the woman was able to keep her anonymity while his reputation was on the line.

Speaking outside court, he said: “I think in England more than anywhere it’s too easy for a girl to do something like this.

“She lied all about me but she had nothing. I go in the press, I’m accused of rape, but she has nothing, you can see in the courts she lived normally, she go out, she go drink, she go party, go to after-party, life was normal for her.

“I think you need to do something about this because it’s too easy for a girl to say someone raped you, that is not sure, but their life keeps going.

Amen. But who’s listening? Certainly not the BBC, for whom it doesn’t even need to be a girl.

2 comments for “But I Am….

  1. Hereward Unbowed.
    May 8, 2016 at 12:41 pm

    Justice gone walkabout, well what a surprise?

    “not critical of the Crown Prosecution Service.”

    CPS, a bunch of thicko social engineers, who understand the legal process darkly and where the duplicitious ambiguity, its inequities – statutes of the ECHR-ECJ are now subsuming, actually replacing British statute – Common Law and precedent.
    Alas, the CPS is, a government department totally dedicated diversity recruitment and all that it entails, so that, the average CPS pen pusher, English is not his/her first language. Standards decayed, where then the ranks of the CPS are permeated by Common Purpose alumni, not least those cultural Marxists with an axe to grind (and incompetence writ large Alison Saunders) – particularly where wimins rites – are concerned.

    The DoJ is a farce; the courts are a joke, the bench is a joke, the CPS is a bigger joke and the biggest joke – is on the people who pay for this horlicks – you and me.

    • May 15, 2016 at 6:48 am

      The CPS just had to tell the cops not to send prosecution files for dead people.

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