It’s is deeply saddening to see how groups of aligned proffesional people form to slander the voiceless survivors whom they probably know little about. Often falsely stereotyping as over emotional. Most alarming is that some of these people are supposed to represent us in court or the media, yet have already decided that if found guilty Janner never received justice because of an imagined “baying” crowd at the doors of (justice) using the term loosely and their words.
Language used in articles and tweets can only be described as inciting emotions and predudices against survivors of mass cover up, in favour of one of their own.
Demonstrating well what predudices survivors face from the legal services we turn to, how compromised and weak the judgement we can expect will be when a protected person actually appears in the dock.
Tactics you would expect from paranoid people expecting a threat, the…
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