Pure Public Interest Cases – without benefit from the litigation – don’t deserve legal aid funding

Now I know what “Public Interest” stands for: no personal benefits from the result of a litigation!

Just for the sake of justice, peace, absence of trauma, violence and cruelty.

I learned it from this Guardian article of 12 May 2011: Torture legal aid case is a triumph of the rule of law.

Unfortunately, my account has been disabled from commenting, without being told why!…


About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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4 Responses to Pure Public Interest Cases – without benefit from the litigation – don’t deserve legal aid funding

  1. Stanley Embling says:

    Impecunious persons Victims of crime’s are also entitled to their Democratic Rights Fundamental Freedoms and Common Justice; so why are we continually being deprived of such and exploited by what appears as “imposed fascism” the British “Establishment”????

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  4. Shell says:

    Elizabeth mckenzie from easterhouse social work glasgow is a bully, she used my sexual assault against me and is still trying to take my kids, she has spilt up my family and still going, I can’t get anybody to listen to me, she gets away with her bulling ways as she has a maura hagerty that is also unprofessional and aggressive, there are serious misconduct going on in social work, they are legal bullies,

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