Top libel judge Eady makes way for Tugendhat

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  • Long overdue! Good riddance.

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  • We the public have a right to know trhe private lives of the famous celebraties who after all make the fortunes out of our money when we buy there goods and muchandise if we know the truth about them we can choose to stop if there behavior offends us thus depriving them of our hard earned cash other wise they can continue to screw us and it appears everone ells for our money with a superfical image of puraty and honesty and happy marrage while the law protects there imoral living. we also have a right to know what standers the powerfull live by in there private lives so if we disaproove we can choose not to vote for them. it appers to me a mire painter and decorator that judge eady treats us all with contempt when he chooses to hide the actions of these public figurs behind his supper injunctions so we are not in a position to make up our own minds dose he nopt know there is a popular uprising in the middel east against top dow oppresstion and unaccountabal unelect law makers
    had eady made these judgments in the 1950 to protect gay men from exposure much as I might have applouded it at the time he would have set back gay rights decades
    personaly I don't mind if Mossley or Eady for that matter like a bit of S&M sex it dosen't bother me one bit but I do have the right to kow so I can jude the man for what he is not what he protends to be.

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  • It appears to me to be unacceptable that judges have the right to make decisions that are not subject to the scrutiny of the people. A fundamental principle of democratic society is that our law makers are answerable to the people. The judges say that we should respect the law. I say that in a free society, the law has to earn the respect of the people. It is in oppressive dictatorships that this idea is breached.

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  • "It appears to me to be unacceptable that judges have the right to make decisions that are not subject to the scrutiny of the people. "
    Subject judges to the scrutiny of people who vote for Jedward and Wagner? This is meant to improve the quality of justice HOW?

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