Jurors stand by their verdict

Or as the Sunday Star Times claims‘disputed cruelty’ verdict.

Disputed by whom?

Oh yes, Sue Bradford and a handful of others who never sat through the four weeks of testimony and witnesses as the jury did – and acquitted the husband and wife on ALL 15 charges – based on facts and fact.

Don’t you hate it when the facts get in the way of anti-smacking anti-parenting ideology!? 🙂


2 comments for “Jurors stand by their verdict

  1. Lorriane Cummins
    29 March 2011 at 3:43 pm

    Hey, my parents washed our mouths out with soap if we swore and we were hit with a razor strop. The nuns that taught us used a cane to discipline and their heavy rings to hit us on the head, I turned out okay. 1 question, can I now lay historic abuse charges against them??????? Only kidding, never did me any harm. Sick of the PC Brigade creating a generation of all rights, no responsibility children. Hate to think what this country will be like when they get to be Leaders, hope I am long gone before that happens.

  2. Louis
    30 March 2011 at 4:30 pm

    Good on the jury. At least they had some sense even if our politicians, police, oh and Sue Bradford don’t.
    I say keep the juries on. They put everything into perspective.

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