posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 03:03 AM
In Britain we are taught that the law applies equally to everyone. If you were a suspect you were interviewed and if they thought you had done it,
you were then charged and arrested.
Today without most knowing it, our law of the land has changed. So much as a whisper to the police and the individual is arrested before even
questioning. That means dna taken, finger prints the lot and an uncomplimentary entry on their CRB report.
But it doesn't apply to people like Cliff Richards who was yes, interviewed prior to arrest over a very serious crime but not ultimately arrested
initially. Its one law for the so-called elite, if Cliff gets that kind of elation today, but its quite another law for ordinary and one might
include untitled people. A good friend of mine has had his life detroyed by being arrested for something he had never done. It was throw out of
court but its on his CRB report he was arrested. It makes me very angry when the law is so easily manipulated by the rich and we are all expected to
I think this is just another symptom of a very big problem bubbling away within the heart of British society as we are all getting sick of the
corruption of the wealthy and the huge gap between them and the ordinary public. I wonder how long this kettle will boil before it blows?