Wednesday, 15 March 2017

DISGRACEFUL ! Compensation Denied By Courts In Incestuous Rape Case

 British Justice Is ONLY For The Rich (pinterest)
Yesterday we were witness to yet another disgusting display of the HUGE MORAL GAP between the British justice system that serves the royal rich, and the ordinary British people who pay their taxes to support it. We could hardly believe our ears when the Court of Appeal OVERTURNED a previous decision and DENIED compensation to the son of a woman incestuously raped by her father.

Lawyers for the son (reported as Y) born of incestuous rape,  Malcolm Johnson of BL Claims Solicitors, said: “This is a bitter result for Y and his mother, who fought long and hard for the compensation needed to provide the care and support he deserves. However, we are pleased that the court of appeal acknowledged that the CICA scheme should address the position of mothers who find themselves caring for a disabled child born as a result of a sexual crime.”

Rape Victim's Son Denied Compensation (pinterest)
Rich people pocket £MILLIONS in court pay outs as constantly reported in the mainstream media. It is DISGUSTING that the son of an incestuous rape victim should not be allowed to be considered a victim worthy of compensation.    

The Guardian reports:

A disabled man born with a serious genetic disorder, due to an incestuous rape, has failed to obtain compensation for his medical condition.

The court of appeal on Tuesday dismissed his claim against the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) on the grounds that he did not exist at the time the crime took place. The highly unusual application raised difficult legal questions about the extent of the compensation authority’s liabilities.

The 29-year-old man, identified by the court only as Y, had won his claim in the lower tribunals. He was born in 1987 after his mother was repeatedly sexually abused by her father from the age of nine.
All three judges on the court of appeal bench, Sir Brian Leveson, Lord Justice McFarlane and Lord Justice Henderson, agreed that the CICA should not have to pay out.

The Sun report

Metro reports

The Guardian reports

The Mirror reports on original decision to allow compensation

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