Prince Andrew officially served legal papers from us

BoroMart

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an innocent man would be fighting to clear his name. You can pretty much guarantee that when they served the papers it was recorded on hidden cameras
 

Lefty

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He might be right on the jurisdiction. I think he needs to be served at a private residence. Official state residences have exemptions as does the Queen, I think.
 

BoroMart

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He might be right on the jurisdiction. I think he needs to be served at a private residence. Official state residences have exemptions as does the Queen, I think.
It shouldn't, no one should be exempt from the law, Cressida d*ck told us
 

HundredRoom

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an innocent man would be fighting to clear his name. You can pretty much guarantee that when they served the papers it was recorded on hidden cameras
I would not like to trust my innocence to the American justice system.


When faced with the option of a plea bargain of 12 month suspended sentence and a big fine or plead innocent but a 30 year jail sentence if found guilty which would you choose.?
I think Conrad Black was faced with a similar choice. And chose to accept guilt.

American justice system is fundamentally flawed in many ways. which is why I would never choose to go a court there voluntarily.
Prince Andrew will never step foot in the US again Just like Sepp Blatter will never leave Switzerland.
 

Angus

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I would not like to trust my innocence to the American justice system.


When faced with the option of a plea bargain of 12 month suspended sentence and a big fine or plead innocent but a 30 year jail sentence if found guilty which would you choose.?
I think Conrad Black was faced with a similar choice. And chose to accept guilt.

American justice system is fundamentally flawed in many ways. which is why I would never choose to go a court there voluntarily.
Prince Andrew will never step foot in the US again Just like Sepp Blatter will never leave Switzerland.
No justice system is perfect for either defendant or alleged victim.

This case is a civil claim it does not involve the prospect of custody.
 

HundredRoom

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No justice system is perfect for either defendant or alleged victim.

This case is a civil claim it does not involve the prospect of custody.
In the first instance yes. But the fact that you have been found guilty of a serious crime in a civil case is not going to help you if you are subsequently charged with the offences alleged in a criminal court is it ?
 

Angus

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That plea deal signed off by Donald Trumps former labour secretary ( he subsequently had to resign) really is an affront to justice.
 
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