"What a joke! Here is someone appointed to a position where she will have to
make high standard judgements of right and wrong on the public cases presented
But she has already empirically demonstrated her own complete lack of judgement by failing to resign from the military's treasonous clean-up coup of 5th December.
Not only that, but by implication of not resigning from the military from 5th December, she is likely to be guilty of a whole range of crimes from misprison of treason through to aiding and abetting a capital crime.
And yet somehow this highly dubious, if not disgraceful, person has the gall to want to sit on the venerated bench of our Magistracy.
Who could seriously respect such a judge, or any of her judgements?"
Thursday, May 10, 2007
These comments from a blogger summarises Major Ana's situation quite accurately...