Thursday, August 20, 2009

David Cameron gives a flavour what English Justice will be under a Tory Government

Dear All

As expected Conservative leader David Cameron has condemned the release of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi as "completely nonsensical".

The Tories like to claim they are the Party of Law and Order but really, they are all about oppression.

David Cameron said that Scottish Justice Minister Kenny MacAskill has made a "very bad" judgement.

The Tories don’t do compassionate unless it is one of their own who is caught.

Mr Cameron went on further to say;

"I think this is wrong and it's the product of some completely nonsensical thinking in my view”.

This is an indicator of how under a Tory Government people will feel the Tory boot on their necks.

He added;

"But if this is about genuine release on compassionate grounds, I think it is wrong”.

I find this a bit rich coming from a man who was a member of the famous Bullingdon Club which would go to restaurants, which during the course of an evening their members would smash up.

Then because they were from rich families, they buy off the people who livelihood they were destroying.

That is the true David Cameron.

Ex-Labour MP Tam Dalyell, a former father of the House of Commons, said;

"Mr MacAskill has arrived at the right decision on compassionate grounds”.

This shows how divided this issue is but regardless, this was a straight forward justice matter.

Finally, Cameron’s thoughts betray what justice in England will be like under the Tories.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

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