4 thoughts on “Serving police officers guilty under s127 – granted bail pending appeal

  1. Sophie Johnson December 16, 2022 / 6:23 pm

    Dear Alison, As you say: ‘Perhaps’. But then, in this police case, it was not CAA people who were ‘grossly offended’. Had it been the CAA people, then the ‘grossly offended’ provision of s127 would have taken on the meaning ‘mega-, mega-,-mega-grossly offended’, indeed, so much so that the offenders would have been thought such a great danger to the public that bail could not be contemplated. So this depraved lot of cops were not a danger to the public like you were. Get it? Oh, hang on… I don’t. In what way were you a danger to the public? Silly me, I almost forgot: It was CAA people who were ‘grossly offended’ by you. Ipso facto, your gross offence was a danger to the public… (Darn it! I cannot avoid this vicious circle.) Lots of love and big hug, Sophie

    • Alison Chabloz December 16, 2022 / 6:37 pm

      Thank you, Sophie. No doubt, several pairs of creepy stalkers’ eyes are riveted on these very pages, here and now. More panic buttons and restraining orders on the way! X x

    • Alison Chabloz January 7, 2023 / 2:15 pm

      Thank you, Gordon, and the same to you and yours.

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