Extract from Jeremy Johnson QC’s Opening Address in Mouncher and Others v Chief Constable of South Wales Police

“’The truth is that more mischief hath come to good men, by these kind of approvements by false accusations of desperate villains, than benefit to the public by the discovery and conficting of real offenders.

Chief Justice Hale, 1650

This is the foreword to Mr Sekar’s book, our client is criticised for reading and providing to the CPS. Our submission is that the book was on a rather more secure legal foundation than Paragraph 15 of the claimants’ skeleton argument”.

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  1. Satish Sekar (Post author)

    The most important thing is have passion for your subject matter. That and be true to yourself. Ask yourself can I look at myself without seeing someone who chose expediency over conscience.


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