Tag Archive: Mr Justice Maddison



By Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (July 4th 2016) Anniversary Thirteen years ago today Jeffrey Gafoor made history. Gafoor pleaded guilty to the murder of Lynette White. She was the victim of what was then (February 14th 1988) the most…
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by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (May 4th 2013) Downfall The downfall of British judge Constance Briscoe has been long overdue. She claimed to have hauled herself up from adversity to sit on the Bench – a role model for…
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by Satish Sekar © Satish Sekar (January 16th 2013) Disbelief The failure to investigate, let alone prosecute in miscarriage of justice cases is striking. Mervyn ‘Tex’ Ritter expressed disbelief that appeal judges believed him after an unsuccessful appeal by the…
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An Exceptional Injustice (Part 4) – The New Cardiff Three

Duress – A Legal Quagmire Mark Grommek, Angela Psaila and Learnne Vilday (the New Cardiff Three) were told that they had a responsibility to tell the truth and should have reported what had been done to them. The prosecutor, Nicholas…
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