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Actus Reus. Injustice Site, Blog.
What was once called law and justice, have now drifted worlds apart.
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Law and Justice; are now worlds apart.

Being treated fairly by the police, is simply a flight of fancy.

Joyce Carol Vincent Fiona and Francecca Pilkington David Askew Dr Suzanne Dow George Floyd Shana Grice Bibba Henry and Nicole Smallman Caroline Louise Flack Sarah Everard

It is not our differences that divide us.
It is our inability to recognise, accept, and celebrate those differences. (Audre Lorde.)

Audre Lorde.
The late Audre Lorde, was an American writer, feminist, womanist, librarian, and civil rights activist. She was a self-described 'black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet'.
A lady that dedicated both her life and her creative talent to confronting and addressing injustices of...
Racism, Sexism, Classism, Hetero-sexism, and Homophobia.
She was born on the 18th of February 1934, in Harlem, New York, United States.
Sadly died on the 17th of November 1992, in Christiansted, U.S. (Virgin Islands).
Her fight ... Our fight ... Continues..!

Democracy in a multicultural society must be seen to have no prejudices. Racism, Sexism, Ageism, Classism, Homophobia, Nationalism, Religious prejudice, Xenophobia.
The question being, just how democratic are we?
Is Britain even fair?
Do the police and other authorities treat all people equally?

Clearly from what you will read on this site, Britain is in decline! So at what point in history did 'Indifference' become a weapon?
History defines that it all happened when the so-called Politically Correct (PC), intervened.
A law banning fire, will never stop it from burning.
When left to its own nature, even an inferno will simply fizzle out.
Banning something by law, just makes it immortal, like telling a child not to eat sweets!
Diplomacy is the wisdom of negotiation, not the PCs suppression of a nation?

In retrospect, PC laws act inasmuch as 'Bling' ... It looks good, but serves no real purpose whatsoever!
Many of them have never even been enacted.
It's as if they were possibly designed to simply keep people quiet?

Cheryl McLeod, chair of Lewisham Trade Union Council, said: There have been 1741 deaths in police custody in England and Wales since 1990.
The death of Belly Mujinga was said not to be linked to the male whom spat at her whilst stating that he had the Covid-19 virus.
Yet he was never charged with anything..!
Every death is not just a single victim, but an entire family, plus friends left in tormenting emotional pain.
Justice is supposed to relieve that agony, restore their dignity, and help them to move on.
It is a basic human right, yet Justice is not being served, right here in the UK!


In Lewisham, southeast London, Kamyimsola Olatunjoye, was held down, punched, and slapped by six police officers, and is heard to shout, 'Please stop!', and 'I can’t breathe!'...
The Mayor of Lewisham recently added to criticism of police, who he described the incident as using “excessive force”.
Protesters also drew attention to the detainment of an off-duty African American ambulance driver in Deptford, who was cuffed for a drug search on May 21.
See the Prejudice page under the Injustice menu, where two of our top athletes received similar treatment.

Following the death of George Floyd in America, the UK police demonstrated, 'No lessons learnt'!
Marcus Coutain was brutalised by officers, and his neck was also knelt upon.
This action is not part of any police training.
Therefore it seems that they took it upon themselves to repeat this atrocity.
The matter was referred to the IOPC, which itself has come under much scrutiny!
One officer was suspended, and another was removed from operational duties.
It remains to be seen, for just how long?

The ultimate tragedy is not the oppression and cruelty by the bad people, but the silence over that by the good people.
(Martin Luther King, Jr).

Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King, the man, the hero...
The majority of quotes on this site came from this great American Minister. He was also an activist, humanitarian, and the leader of the African-American Civil Rights Movement.
Born Michael King, but later changed to Martin Luther King Jr. was born on the 15th of January 1929.

He became pastor of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama in 1954. Then was elected president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference in 1957.
Was awarded five honorary degrees.
Named Man of the Year by Time magazine in 1963.
Became not only the symbolic leader of African Americans, but also a world figure.
He had been arrested upwards of twenty times, and assaulted badly at least four of those times.
Undauntingly he continued on, to write five books.
Then at the age of thirty-five, he was to become the youngest man ever to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
When he was notified of his selection, he announced that he would turn over the prize money of $54,123, to the furtherance of the civil rights movement.


King was assassinated by James Earl Ray, when he was just 39 years old. Ray had allegedly fired a single shot from his Remington rifle, whilst King was standing on the second-floor balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee.
King had gone there to lead a protest march in sympathy with striking garbage workers of the city.
Ray was born on March the 10th 1928 Alton, Illinois, U.S. and he died on April the 23rd 1998 (aged 70).
After being given a 99 year jail sentence, Ray recanted his guilt.
To this very day the killing remains a matter of controversy.


Political Correctness?
Systemic destruction is the result!