The question mark at the end of today’s title is of course due to the millennia old English judicial tradition of “innocent until proven guilty.”
Of course, British Gazette readers will need no reminding from this organ as to the acute irony here as Mr Huhne and his fellow Europhile traitors have assiduously sought to undermine this tradition – which of course the right of every free born Englishman (later extended to Welshmen, Irishmen and Scotsmen) – that these characters have sought to extinguish with the unlawful and unconstitutional importation of the Corpus Juris (Roman Law) of the European Union.
Whilst the tame media will castigate Huhne for his alleged crime they will of course totally ignore the very crimes that he and his felonious colleagues have committed already!
PERJURY: for breaching their Oath as a member of the House of Commons (and the House of Lords) of bearing true allegiance to Her Majesty the Queen, her Heirs and Successors according to law”
PERJURY: [of Privy Councillors] for breaching the Privy Council Oath of ensuring that “…..no Foreign Prince, Potentate or Power shall have precedence in this land…..”
TREASON: for causing Her majesty the Queen to be in breach of her Coronation Oath “…….to Govern us according to Our Laws and Customs…..”
Against this charge sheet, perverting the course of justice is as our American friends would say “small potatoes!”
The British Gazette however wishes to extend its best wishes to Vicky Pryce, Huhne’s co-accused. Our advice to her [based on the assumption that the CPS’s claims are factual] is this: Plead guilty and throw yourself on the mercy of the court. Your counsel will argue that this is a first offence, that it is a non violent offence, that there is virtually no likelihood of reoffending and that you were acting under the persuasive influence of your former partner. It is very likely that if found guilty, the judge will pass a custodial sentence on both of you. The important thing your counsel must concentrate upon is to have the sentence in your case made a suspended sentence. If luck (and it is largely a matter of luck as to which trial judge you get) is on your side and you are able to leave court in anything other than the prison van, you will however discover that your past actions will have a financial cost. You will discover that the high street insurer/s you use for your house, car and any other insurance will no longer insure you as you will have a criminal record for offences other than motoring.
This will mean that you will unable to obtain insurance from these firms until your conviction is spent: which will be in ten years time. Until that time you will have to use specialist insurance brokers who will have insurance providers willing to insure you.
You will be able to obtain details about these specialist brokers from the probation office in your area. However, the British Gazette provides the following link:
This is the charity Unlock, to help offenders. You will find them most helpful. They will put you in contact with these firms. They are there to help people just like you.
Unfortunately you will find the premiums much higher. If you find your premiums doubling count yourself lucky as many persons possessing criminal records find their premiums tripled or even quadrupled.
Doubtless you will, feel yourself to be ill-used and feel that this treatment is unfair. On this the British Gazette agrees with you.
To Vicky: Good luck!