Either way a proper legal argument should be made by a professional lawyer in court to challenge whether Samede is being correctly used as a precedent case for banning fracking development protests. It is sickening that not one British lawyer has yet shown the courage to turn up in court and try to get justice attempted, let alone be done.
We live in a Dick-tocracy Another term for rule by judges. Probably spelt ‘dictocracy’, but let’s be honest,
many judges are well qualified to be referred to as such other terms might indicate.
The other word for rule by judges is kritarchy.
Start of the audio sounds like Ian’s had a mouthful of Lenigas.
Stories of mysterious accidents affecting opponents of development. Overseas and in the UK.
Tuesday 2nd October Commercial Courts in Fetter Lane are to be challenged in relation to the IGAS injunction.
The developers are now all seeking the same injunction to neutralise community opposition to fracking.
The magnitude of the threat of fracking in Britain is only starting to reach into the psyche of the people.
Get into the battle. Face down these judges who are not observing the rules of precedence while they claim to be enforcing the Common Law.
The rules state that they must only decide the case before them, and are not entitled to make new law. They can use previous cases and explain how they are applying the previous cases to the facts before them.
The case being quoted by the judges issuing these injunctions against opposition to fracking is City Of London vs Samede, which had nothing to do with oil and gas development, or environmental threats, but was socially argued, primarily related to access to religious buildings, and objections to financial power of the City Of London.
Under any proper system of Common Law, it should not now be being used to promote the injunction campaign of the gas companies.
The lawyers who should be representing the anti-fracking community, and indeed promised to do so, failed to turn up at the hearing of the first challenged injunction case.
The legal profession in total is starting to show itself as a branch of Freemasonry, with no interest in justice or fairness. They are not showing a fair hand in deciding these cases.
It is possible payoffs are involved, job offers etc, as with politicians who leave office to find lucrative employment with corporations which their decisions favoured while in power. Who knows? Why otherwise is the legal profession aligning itself so strongly with the hydrocarbon industry, even failing to show up at court cases which they promised to attend without notice or explanation? Either that, or the lawyers in question were threatened – another possibility.
In which case where is the courage of the legal profession, let alone intellectual acumen?
Either way a proper legal argument should be made by a professional lawyer in court to challenge whether Samede is being correctly used as a precedent case for banning fracking development protests or not. It is sickening that not one British lawyer has yet shown the courage to turn up in court and try to get justice attempted, let alone be done, and seen to be done.