Hannah convicted of Doncaster girl murder but how much shame is there?

Hannah convicted of Doncaster girl murder but how much shame is there?

Sheffield : United Kingdom | Jul 12, 2012 at 8:54 AM PDT
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It is good that a moral verdict has been made about Hannah who killed Casey the young girl from Doncaster and that she has been taken from society for a long time.It was called murder.

I have however been aware myself in life that people who are in the firing line of life can be utterly unscrupulous and try to crush the moral conscience of those they do not like, and play games with right to life, depending on how socially involved or popular a person is. The verdict of murder, the proper treatment of victim, can depend so much in an increasingly evil world, on a victim's street cred.

I put on yahoo news, and got 8 fast rate ups, how bad it is questions are not raised about the state of society when the people said to be in the park around the time of the Casey murder, did not tell police immediately that a young girl lay dying on the floor. There was the same slowness of action in the Hillsboro disaster, and other death cases, even famous ones. Did they feel the situation was fraught, and did not like to tell police? Why did the police not find them out and find out why they were so unscrupulous? What is going on all round, for in Doncaster library same day I was seated beside the computer near the main desk, and two lads beside me were saying they were about to brutalise each others' heads. I was brave to sit there. Staff do nothing. Even after Hannah murder, I was aware that there was no shame among a lot of society or among teens. A lad in Wath library three weeks ago said he was about to drug up and kill his mate. I told staff, he was not actioned, and I was however allowed to sit downstairs. I have been on buses this week where teens say they are about to knive, as on Ecclesfield bus yesterday. I have just told Rotherham security office about this and about talk by teens, one with a cross on her neck, hinting that some are weak, get called mental, but society had better be better with them now. Is this how low society and human conscience still is?

I myself as a near death by suffocation stalker victim from as long ago as 98, have seen the proof of the utterly evil and hypocritical world I live in, in treatment by professionals.I grew up as a quiet naive young girl like Casey. I was so innocent some felt I was religious and mocked me at school. Teachers said I was clever. I have found that if in adult life people start to abuse you for conscientious beliefs and being honest, and you get isolated, then they take victim rights away and try to torture you. For years Barnsley PCT mental health and professionals in St Georges said that I was deluded and mental as if low money and concessionary work and severe discrim in work since I left univ in 86, was meaning I had no victim rights and was low dirt to even killers. I was treated lower than victim rights given to killers in prison, with severe moral punishment. I have also known a church member nearly killed wife 3 times in 2002 and church treated attacker fine and new wife was got out of the Barnsley area. In the case of the man this too was to do with bad mental health assessment. I, a stalker victim, laid in a 98 one off break in incident under a disturbed character like Hannah who I felt may kill me by suffocation, as the Mauritious teacher died.Wicked people just put I was deluded. Doncaster mental health show no shame about Hannah now. I have had skits by a Sheffield DSS clerk from my church background and home area that I was hardly fit to be born and would be socially punished for being legal, in the past, with comments my family would go down the line for making me. If he had said this to Hannah, would he have made her do even more evil in hatred for the society that he came from?Before Bradford whore killer news came out, my ex univ Durham said I was harassing and criminal for asking, naively, for help with NHS rights, confiding my deluded ordeal in concern for others' safety, not my own, under the evil people in the current NHS who devalue hard work and good character if having to be done under a support order.

This social injustice, has gone on for years. As the Hannah conviction is celebrated across front press pages, we read of yet another person falling from a hotel balcony abroad, and the Mauritius verdict hangs in the loaded air.

Is anyone going to get real chats going, real books written, about the terrible state of injustice in British justice, and have it admitted victim rights depend on street cred and money often, or on popularity, with the church, who just tried to avoid sex abuse liability, often pandering to rights of victims they like, who are on the 'nice' in crowd? Is such a society fair, just, or moral, or tending to maturity? What glib news pages we read, as anyone honest knows we may hear of another mugged up balcony death tomorrow..

Tallott is based in Barnsley, England, United Kingdom, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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