Institutions never admit mistakes
REGARDING a quote from a recent television interview from a former Director of Public Prosecutions when he drew attention to "institutionalised corruption, allowing untrue evidence to be put to the jury".
There are at least nine organisations right across the country, including Bristol University, trying to deal with the consequences of this criminal activity ie miscarriages of justice.
It is safe to say that there are at least 1,000 such cases across the country but corrupt institutions never admit their mistakes.
And we've seen a few of those lately. In obscure cases, jurors need to assure themselves that they are advancing the cause of justice and not being used, or misused, by a corrupt institution.
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Where are the human rights lawyers, some of whom fall over themselves to defend terrorists and foreign criminals? They should be representing our 'innocents' before the Human Rights Court where our corrupt institution should be.