Legal brief: Sabine in court today

Thanks to JW, who let us know that Sabine will be attending Blackfriars Crown Court today. We are not sure what will be addressed, but we’ll let you know as soon as we find out.

Blackfriars Crown Court

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    • Thanks, Karnevil. Any news? And do you know whether he has been in jail awaiting trial rather than granted bail? I stumbled upon this video – it’s called ‘Tory Smith IN JAIL at last – KEEP HIM THERE’ and was uploaded 4 weeks ago:

      This also includes a clip of Smith claiming that he comes from Venus, that he can turn water into diamonds, that “the last human president we had was John F. Kennedy” and that Obama has been arrested and replaced by a clone. Yup.

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      • That man, quite clearly, needs treatment for his serious mental health issues. – If he’s a danger to himself and other people he ought to be hospitalised. – God help America if this is an exemplar for its care and justice system. – Not that ours seems to be any better!

        Is he another Stoner by any chance?

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        • All the guff about being “fully concious” and water droplets turning into diamonds sounds more like an LSD or ketamine trip (though I DON’T speak from personal experience). Alternatively it could be schizophrenia or temporal lobe epilepsy; the latter inspired Philip K Dick to write some marvellous fiction.

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      • if tory just made videos like that one spiny showed he would be just an amusing crackpot with a crazy imagination,but he makes videos that describe child rape and murder so explicit that it could be classed as child porn, why do youtube allow this?

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        • Easy…. They’re cynical exploiters who will allow anything that generates traffic. The only reason Youtube doesn’t carry hard-core pornography is that the backlash from it would damage their mainstream product. All the main social media channels are pretty nasty people to actually deal with.

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  1. Hes been out on bail, he says he’s looking at six months plus restitution to the people he’s slandered, the thing is though he said the charge was a misdemeanor public nuisance offence which wouldnt be that serious so who knows what to believe?

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  2. Its a fact that the Court List for Sabine states “Re: O/S disclosure” As Sarah Phillimore points out, that could be shorthand for Official Solicitor and issues of mental capacity Or alternatively it could be shorthand for “outstanding”.

    Whichever, it will all become clear later this morning. What does appear a little strange is that there is no “The defendant need not attend” as often appears in mention listings that simply are listed to raise points with regards disclosure.

    Mention hearings before a trial are sometimes listed when a defendant wants to alter a plea and then the defendant must of course attend (at the earliest possible time before the Court to ensure maximum possible credit when sentenced)

    Anyone else fancy popcorn today?

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  3. Unfortunately have to do a days graft to help fund Angies new router so popcorn on hold.
    In event Madame Crocodile puts in an appearanceemergency waterproofs need to be issued(oh and Galoshes).

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  4. O/S means outstanding. Outstanding disclosure, in other words material that hasn’t yet been disclosed by the prosecution but should be. Disclosure is any material in the possession of the prosecution which might undermine their case (e.g. a witness statement supporting the defence account). It’s also sometimes used incorrectly for any document which the prosecution should serve on the defence, such as the statements of witnesses. Important but commonplace

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