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"ministry justice" Discussed on The Daily Article

The Daily Article

07:07 min | Last month

"ministry justice" Discussed on The Daily Article

"The total cost of a baseball bat and ball is one dollar and ten cents. The cost of the bat is one dollar more than the ball. How much does the ball cost. If you answered quickly you probably thought the ball cost ten cents but that's incorrect. If you go back and think more carefully you'll realize that the correct answer is five cents and one dollar and five cents for the bad. Our quiz illustrates the difference between fast and slow thinking. A psychologist explains that the first operates automatically and quickly with little or no effort and no sense of voluntary control. However the second allocates attention to the effort full mental activities that demand it including complex computations. We obviously need fast thinking in emergency situations or even while making routine decisions if we're going to make an important decision however we should switch to slow thinking. Our headline story illustrates why the new york times announced yesterday. Supreme court backs catholic agency in case on gay rights in foster care fox news published a similar headline supreme court sides with catholic foster agency that excludes same-sex couples in nine zero ruling at issue is whether the city of philadelphia could ban catholic social services css from participating in its foster program because the agency excludes same-sex couples css claims that the city's attempts to exclude them violated the first amendment lawyers for the cities of the agency does not have the right to demand contract omitting the discrimination requirements that all other agencies must follow to perform services for the city. The fox articles states that the case will be considered a massive victory for social conservatives. Who say that. It protects religious freedom. The times article subheads the unanimous ruling was further evidence that claims of religious liberty almost always prevail in the current court. Not so fast. Writing for a six justice majority chief justice. John roberts narrowly interpreted philadelphia's anti discrimination ordinance regarding public accommodation the cannot discriminate on the basis of race religion or sexual orientation in his view. Css as work certifying. Foster parents is not public accommodation. Since such certification as a foster parent is not readily accessible to the public. It involves a customized and selective assessment that bears little resemblance to staying in a hotel eating at a restaurant or riding a bus in other words. The city's fault was not an excluding ministry that follows biblical morality but in improperly considering its work to be public accommodation governed by discrimination policies justices alito gorsuch and thomas strongly criticized the narrowness of this finding since it does not resolve the larger question of religious liberty protections for biblical ministries justice alito statement. Was scathing the court has committed a wisp of a decision that leaves religious liberty in confused. Invulnerable state in other news. The education department announced that it is extending title nine protections to transgender students. This decision could expose schools to litigation if they follow biblical morality regarding sex segregated spaces and could challenge efforts underway to preserve female only sports. Though the education secretary was vague about how aggressively his department would pursue such issues and jack phillips the colorado baker who has been in litigation for years over his unwillingness to make cakes who's messages violate his religious beliefs. Lost his latest case and has been find these stories illustrate the fact that despite what the supreme court's ruling might first appear to mean religious. Liberty is still under attack in many ways our culture. We need slow thinking to assess these issues and respond effectively. In fact we need thinking that is entirely beyond human capacity Harrison warren is an anglican priest and a wonderful writer and thinker. Her latest article in christianity today headlines. The american church is a mess. But i'm still hopeful. She surveys the bad news of our day. Declining membership adults who are dropping out of church and so on but then she states increasingly. My hope for the church is found in words that i recite each sunday. Night scene creed. We believe in the holy spirit. Warren notes that ground zero for the spirit's work is often the very places where our resources fall short. Where problems seem intractable and unsolvable. She adds i believe that. God is far more invested in purifying in strengthening. His church than i am. I therefore live in the full knowledge. That i cannot predict the future. I cannot even take gas. We have a role to play amid broken institutions. We attempt to become truth. Tellers and work for reform in the imperfect and incomplete ways we can but all the while we can be confident that the holy spirit is redeeming the church in ways we deeply need and cannot yet imagine. Here's the bottom line. Our ultimate trust is not in the supreme court the government or our capacities to bring about the changes. Our broken culture needs so deeply our ultimate trust is in the holy spirit not by might nor by power but by my spirit says the lord of hosts as we work the spirit works if we will love our lord passionately and our neighbors sakr officially doing all we can with all we have to meet the needs we can in the name of our lord god will work in us and through us in ways we may not understand on this side of eternity. so here's the source of our hope found in a fijian's three twenty three twenty one to him who is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or think according to the power at work within us to him be glory in the church and in jesus christ throughout all generations forever and ever. i'm in to subscribe to the daily article via email. Read any daily article. You may have missed this week or use any of our resources. Please visit denison. Forum dot org. Thank you for listening to the daily article podcast today..

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"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We also know that faith does no one any good if it doesn't help them to become more Christ like by engaging and serving our neighbors, the community and the world Tab has a long history of putting hands and feet to faith through active service and ministry justice. Jesus did If you'd like to learn more about having an active faith, stop on by or visit us a tab press dot or G'kar Tabernacle Presbyterian Church invites you to watch their Sunday worship service live at 10 A.m. at tab press dot org's If you can't stream the services tune into Sunday with Tab Sunday mornings at 6 30 on W E B C Find out more at tab press dot or g'kar. Jubal Arado Group has eight brands to choose from, and thousands of vehicles and stock plus all new vehicles come with a 10 year. 200,000 Mile warranty included. Visit Dr you blur dot com. Check out what's going on with 93. W IBC Join 93 wi be see this Saturday for the Home and Garden show live from Sullivan, Hardware and Garden starting at nine a.m. and going until one p.m.. Meet US at 71st and North Keystone and Pat Sullivan and Denny Smith will help you pick out your gift for Mom. Plus there'll be giveaways and is always something for everyone with Sullivan Hardware and Garden and 93. W IBC grab more info online wi d c dot com It is the market Rob Show. I'm tired Segment we played that phone call from the gentleman from warrants and he was looking for resource is an ability to get information to learn.

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:07 min | 4 months ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"ministry justice" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

asymmetrical haircuts

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on asymmetrical haircuts

"It's extremely challenging. But but the families of the missing need to see a good faith effort on the part of the state that explains the process to them where they age. They are treated with respect where they see that their rights are being protected. We've got a flood of questions coming in. It always happens issue or a sort of three quarters of the way through an event so a quick one if possible casteran from eva vuckovich just referring back to the mediterranean issue. What are the practical challenges of trying to find an identified bodice. She knows a lot about the bernita technicalities but what. What are the challenges with the mediterranean. One charges that italy has retrieved as many bodies as there are missing from srebrenica. So that's number one so we're already dealing with an enormous challenge in the context of europe and europe has not had a missing persons problem on the scale since the balkans wars since world war two. So this is an enormous challenge. The first thing is each one of the states that because they haven't had this challenge and ever they have to build again the capacity to be able to address this issue. What tends to happen. As you have multiple ministries maritime ministries justice ministry so ensuring that within states. There's a task force or equivalent that can search for missing persons then because found is have been separated in some cases syrian families for example. The mother the father. The children are separate locations on a greek island or somewhere else so ensuring cooperation between cooperation between multiple states in the mediterranean is absolutely critical. And that's not happening so we have put together a joint process of states that now work together to share information because they're not sharing information so if if greece's finding has its custody a child who needs to find its parents who may be in spain or france. There is no mechanism currently to share information. So i think ensuring that these mechanisms are put into place and and this issue is not outsourced to the vatican humanitarian organizations..

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"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:55 min | 7 months ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:35 min | 7 months ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We also know that faith does no one any good if it doesn't help them to become more Christ like by engaging and serving our neighbors, the community and the world Tab has a long history of putting hands and feet to faith through active service in ministry. Justice Jesus did If you'd like to learn more about having an active faith, stop on by or visit us a tab prez dot or G'kar Tabernacle Presbyterian Church invites you to watch their Sunday worship service live at 10 A.m. at Tab Prez that orc if you can't stream the services tune into Sunday with Tab Sunday mornings at 6 30 on W E B C Find out more at tab press dot or g'kar..

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We also know that faith does no one any good if it doesn't help them to become more Christ like by engaging and serving our neighbors, the community and the world. Cab has a long history of putting hands and feet to faith through active service in ministry. Justice Jesus did If you'd like to learn more about having an active faith, stop on by or visit us a tab press dot or G'kar Tabernacle Presbyterian Church invites you to watch their Sunday worship service live at 10 A.m. at Tab Prez that organ If you can't stream the services tune into Sunday with Tab Sunday mornings at 6 30 on W E B. C. Find out more at tab press dot or g'kar. Mm hmm. Thanks for inviting me into your home Long haul truck, RV camper Taxi, your parents, well appointed basement with a simulated wood paneling, electric fireplace and the painting of dogs playing poker, Your loft that greasy spoon just off the interstate and your cabin in the woods. Welcome to coast to coast Am the best in late night Talk radio. I'm.

"ministry justice" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

06:00 min | 7 months ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Hi My name's schenn. I'm calling from the us virgin islands haisheng. Are you doing. What was i talk about today. What does the weather like there i. It's hot it's snowing here but we have trade winds so it's not like we don't have humidity so it's actually pretty great. I can't complain about about to like mitigated it except you just made it way better. Yeah that's so bad about the up so other than other than the weather there of a super you wanted to talk about something else So first thing i wanted to say is that I actually called into this show. Few times and recipes to michael. I actually had invited michael to them virgin islands and of course he never made it so since he is no longer with a fan. I would like to extend invitation to you if you ever want to come to the virgin islands to cover political. Which would be awesome because we seem to get forgotten. 'cause they're chinese and puerto rico That would be great. I would be more than willing and happy to make sure that you're provided with good room and board. Oh what are the rest of Love you and you guys are all wonderful and you've been a great addition to the show Ah jamie and the mac. They've loved you all over actually members So you always have wonderful people and please keep doing what you do because i actually I actually live in wisconsin Permanently has lived there for eleven years so kind of going through the trump presidency has been so traumatic different levels and even more dramatic. Knowing that i wouldn't would never have been able to vote for president unless news here even those born in american That's terrible a little brother. Who's in the air force. Then he will. He will not be able to vote for president unless he decided to move to the mainland. So so yeah But one of the issues that. I actually really wanted to talk about today. Which is actually nothing to do with the virgin. Islands is in the too young. This is a social worker in chicago. Who had a group of nine thousand arman right here. I'm with rifle scopes and also too many nisshin break into her apartment looking for a criminal who did not even live there. She had just come home from work and she was completely naked. They threw a blanket on her without trying to seal it. It covered her back for a few seconds before it fell off revealing her body. She went through for twenty three minutes. She was crying. She was screaming. There was nothing in her home. That would have led them to believe that she needed to be investigated it turns out it was all bullshit mistake because an informant had said that they thought a criminal live there. The criminal that the chicago pd were looking for actually lived in another apartment in on genetics neighborhood and that criminal was actually wearing and electric monitoring bracelet that criminal that need to be starting at all because he was already being chest by gps Visiting happen in february twenty nineteen. But it's only been recently brought to light. Because i'm jeanette had to fight in court. She gets the chicago. Pd to release the footage of this assault and cbs. Chicago actually was involved in a lawsuit as well to get that. Bodycam footage reveal Mayor lightfoot has apologized but then this tape was released. There hasn't been any sort of retribution or justice for on genetic I am disgusted. I am a black woman. And i cannot say in words what life is like for us and when i watched this video of on ginette you for a fact that i was going to call today no matter what I it has a gofundme me. I do encourage others disappointed because as a social worker. She's already active in a lot of causes to support local chicagoans who are mostly black and dealing with poverty but her gofundme is pretty cool because she's going to take all of the money from my go fund me and donate it to the progressive back this church. And their social justice ministry justice ministry provide legal assistant and support to chicagoans who are facing situations like hers so people who are feet up when they're arrested people who are assaulted or harassed by police and normally would not have the funds or the resources to get any sort of help That's.

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"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We also know that faith does no one any good if it doesn't help them to become more Christ like by engaging and serving our neighbors, the community and the world Tab has a long history of putting hands and feet to faith through active service in ministry. Justice Jesus did If you'd like to learn more about having an active faith, stop on by or visit us a tab press dot or G'kar Tabernacle Presbyterian Church invites you to watch their Sunday worship service live at 10 A.m. at Tab, president or g'kar. If you can't stream the services tune into Sunday with Tab Sunday mornings at 6 30 on W E B. C. Find out more at tab press dot or g'kar. It's the holidays full of magical moments and holiday fund. But in the new year you're still gonna have that foundation issue that damp crawl space or that wet basement to deal with not to worry. The holidays of the perfect time to schedule your free inspection from Indiana Foundation Services. If you do need repairs, Indiana Foundation can put you on the installation scheduled for early 2021. That way, you'll beat the spring seasonal rush am locking the best prices of the year. But here's the real holiday gift to you. When you get your free inspection before December 31st. You could qualify to make no payments with no interest for a full year. Some restrictions apply. Don't delay having Indiana Foundation services. Inspect your home if you think you have a problem. Go to Indiana foundation dot com. That's Indiana Foundation. Com Indiana Foundation Services. There is a reason they've been around for so long. Indiana Foundation Service Reliability Come to ground up This.

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It's just crazy. This is where we're at with our local officials. Hell, it could be worse. We could Michigan or camera. Nigel Weekdays four till 7 93 W E b c at wnbc dot com. What good is faith? Faith in God is a wonderful gift. A tab. We desire to be a resource for those who want to grow deep and strong in their relationship with God through teaching worship and prayer. But we also know that faith does no one any good if it doesn't help them to become more Christ like by engaging and serving our neighbors, the community in the world. Cab has a long history of putting hands and feet to faith through active service and ministry justice. Jesus did if you'd like to learn more about having an active faith, stop on by or visit us a tab. Prez dot org's Tabernacle Presbyterian Church invites you to watch their Sunday worship service live at 10 AM at Tab prez dot org's If you can't stream the services tune into Sunday with Tab Sunday mornings at 6 30 on W N BC Find out more at tab prez dot org's Tony Cats for Buller, Remodeling your kitchen and bathroom. Remodelling specialists human staring in that kitchen at that bath for months now. Well, now is the time to get your free consultation And you can get that kitchen or bathroom renovated before the holidays. Get here. They serve central Indiana. They took great care of me. They will take great care of you. My bathroom has never looked better Talk to Bo Ra modeling. B 00 h e r you're remodeling dot com or call them 3178525546 Tell them Tony can't sent you. He's big Joe. And I'm excited to tell you about being w, plumbing, heating and air conditioning. Your trusted local independent American standard dealer who has.

"ministry justice" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

09:24 min | 1 year ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on Today in Focus

"That while he was in jail he was requesting assistance fool de Radicalization. Not through his lawyer. He recognized that his extreme stream Baden ideology was wrong. He wanted to correct himself that he did take part in full rehabilitation to know what these programs look like. They're relatively secrets have for security reasons normally but some of them involve faith leaders said though have imams who will come and talk about you know interpretations of the Koran and so on and where there were whether differences oh misinterpretations. They cancelled talk about that. There's not much evidence that they have brought about significant changes to the people who've engaged reached with those programs and over that period that comes in jail. That service was being cut back. When does he actually released? So He's released in December NBA twenty eighteen and by that stage. He had done eight years in prison. If you include that period he was in remand that long four hundred eight day period that he was in custody before his trial that would have been an automatic release at the halfway point so whether any checks on him at that point when he was walking out of prison w assessments as the Parole Board would have done but the principal would be that he would have been engaging with services both behind bars and then out in the community. How extensive engagement engagement was? We don't have the answer to and you can probably see them. Why people would worry about that moment because it seems to me that if somebody has been engaging in terrorist tourist activity the I'd feel a lot more comfortable with the parole board being involved in the decision to allow them to leave jail? You can absolutely understand people's concerns around the area. We we supposed to be able to have faith in the services that he was handed over to say the mental health services and the monitoring of security services and police and also spiced asaf confidence. At the time he spent in prison had been productive in rehabilitating him before we go into some of the things that happened afterwards that forty percent cut to the ministry justice. Budget that you're talking about. How devastating has that been for the services? Con would have been walking into at this point. The overhaul of the probation sector the sector. That's involved in the monitoring and supervising offenders in the community by the conservative government. Is broadly considered to be and this is not my opinion. This is the opinion of experts including the inspectorate's the the Justice Select Committee academics. Brulee considered to be one of the biggest policy disasters in the last nine years. Khan is out of jail but he still serving this. This extended sentence because this sentence spans time in jail and time on license outside we know now because of those dramatic images that he had a tag around his ankle. Can you tell me how that works. The TAG would simply be to monitor exactly where he is his movements and that he's not Stepping out of any areas that he's not supposed to be in he was on something called a map. is another acronym fully it's Multi Agency public protection arrangement enjoyment and these are useful. I the prolific really dangerous offenders. And what they do is they bring together as it says a multi-agency approach to monitoring this individual in the community those agencies that agency will be the probation sector but it could also include mental health services local authorities and it could involve law enforcement agencies as well and whether it did involve that because arguably knowing where Roseman Carney's in the country doesn't mean anything if you can't get into his head and understand then he wants to take a knife in murder people this comes back to the The argument about what's happened to the probation sector over the last nine years. There's his evidence to show that there's relatively inexperienced probation workers given huge book loads of offenders to deal with at any one time and so they have to have these quite brief meeting sometimes denied the phone and it's arguably not enough to Really as you say get into the mindset of an individual it's more of a box to excite and the greatest irony of all of. They're supposed to be the event. The Osman Com are in London. Presumably the reason he was allowed to London. What was that event? So he was at this learning together event it's a rehabilitation education focused initiative that's led by Cambridge University understand. He was not allowed in London his path some of the conditions of his monitoring but had been given exempts him for that one day just to be able to ten this course he already been prison for you and understand. The security services considered cons. Be a low to medium priority threat. Anyway you know. They couldn't have had any immediate concerns that he was going to do what he did. And I guess the fact that they were at this event in which she had the offender's alongside campaigners alongside experts from the criminal justice world is how we have this weird twist to the story way that among those chasing down one with an ornamental novel Tusk and another with a fire extinguisher was James. Ford who it turned out was a prisoner on day. Release why had he been jailed. James Ford murdered somebody. He murdered and woman he he strangled and stop to and he was sentenced to to a life. Prison sentence as murderers are at this stage time. He's been moved to an open prison in Kent and that is standard practice. When someone is coming to the end of their minimum term? On a life sentence he would have been at that event to engage with the rehabilitation. Jim Focus of that event. The Family Amanda Champion in these murder. Diverge people not to view miss some sort of hair. I and that's to be expected. It's also the case that this As an example of somebody who's engaging with rehabilitation in a positive way and he's attended the event like an significant number of the other vendors who to being gene at that event because they want to the lives of Um this whole event came less than two weeks before general election but after belly a pause in the campaign fingers of blame were being pointed in all directions. Boris Johnson has been accused of politicizing. The deaths what's he said. Johnson has been on the airwaves this weekend. Other members the cabinet have been on the airwaves this weekend promoting their policy changes and their plans to toughen up. Sentencing into lockup terrorist. I longer all in the context of this specific tragedy. Well I do think there is an issue as I've said about automatic early release. I think it's wrong among the serious sexual offenders. I think it's wrong violent offenders. I think it's wrong for terrorists and one of the responses has been a panic over other convicted. The terrorists who have been released do we know how many or Johnson said over the weekend he thought it was about seventy four and it is a concern is concerned for law enforcement agencies agencies and is concerned for security services that not only are they having to monitor individuals who haven't yet reached that criminal threshold that also having to monitor individuals was who they know have been convicted of terrorist offenses and are now back out in the community. What are you talking about them? Now seventy four other individuals who being let out early not on the basis of this neighbor. Change the Legislation they are being properly inhibited to make sure there is no Fret Sowetan when you hold and we took that action when you heard this you will concern that this kind of thing could happen again and again and again already after a review of these sentences to people have been take him back into prison but there is a very different side to this. We've talked about Cancer Victims Saskia Jones and Jack Merritt for whom there have been loads of tributes we come together this morning as Londoners to remember to honor unto mourn. She wouldn't want to be. Sasha was just such a happy person you literally if you went in a room with even if you're in taste you believe happy. She just had so much love to give so. It's not it's not fair. This world has changed. He really believed that. The work that learning together is doing is fundamental for the future of our society both were at a conference people volunteering and working in rehabilitation. Jack's father David Merrit has has already said he doesn't want his son's death to be used to justify more draconian sentences and yesterday hero an incredibly powerful piece for the Guardian suggesting that would be seething at his death and life. Being used to perpetuate what David has called an agenda of hate he said Jack would want people to follow his lead into a world where we don't lock up and throw away the key or give indeterminate sentences. Instead we heard Justice Justice Secretary Robert Buckland suggesting that some people are beyond rehabilitation very often terrorists and extremists. Harbor deep and long-held hatreds they can on display superficial signs of compliance. They can be manipulative. They con- Ineffective Hoodwink trained professionals. And I'm I'm afraid we have to be very clear about this type of offender..

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"ministry justice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

14:35 min | 2 years ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"My guess today is devoted an enormous amount of her life to the fight for Justice for a sister taken from when she was still a child. Judy hambleton was eleven when her big sister eighteen year old Maxine went into Birmingham City centre to meet friends in November, nineteen seventy four Maxine was in the tavern in the town when an IRA bomb went off, she was killed instantly in all twenty one people were murdered in to Bala tanks aimed at two different pubs within a few minutes of each other judy's life was changed forever. That day alongside the loss and the grief, they grew an intense determination to see Justice done on behalf of the victims of the Birmingham, bombings. But Justice has proved elusive six men, were eventually tried and convicted of the murders. But those convictions were overturned. Turned after it was proved beyond doubt that the police had got the wrong men. Julie hambleton joined up with other families who lost loved ones to create a movement Justice for the twenty one earlier this year. She attended every day of the reopened official inquest into those debts which included testimony from one convicted, former IRA man who named four men who allegedly carried out the bombings, three now dead. The police say the bombing investigation is still open and active will the truth ever come out. Well, Judy hambleton joins me now. Welcome to haunt. Thank you for inviting. You've just been through an extraordinary experience. You've sat through weeks of a formal inquest hearing the most harrowing evidence about the day of your sister, Maxine and the twist to this is that she actually was murdered by an IRA bomb more than forty four. Years ago. So what emotions all of this time later that inquest Stirrup in new? Well, it wasn't just for me. It was for all the families who are present throughout the west, and it was the most Harling time to experience or for any fun to have to experience, especially after so long because we have to fight for the inquest we've we had to physically and legally fight to get the inquest, but we heard they had a trauma specialist on their to do we bomb bliss, and he was explaining have a bomb blast can see through liquid faster than there. And I was sitting are thinking why the explaining how, how is that possible? How can something see through liquid faster than air. And as he was going through his evidence of his exp. Syrians. It suddenly hit me, like a call crash, and I collapsed in the court and I was inconsolable my sister hats, walk me. I and those those counselors available and always inconsolable because I realized, hi, Maxine was killed because I've never said this on in an interview before, but her injuries were that's she wanted leg was blown off and her back with completely blown away. So the fact that's the bomb blast consider through liquid faster than air, if only nano seconds, but your body is made of liquid and they were basically saying that's because we have always been worried that. I loved ones might still be alive for seconds or minutes. No one can possibly know what goes through one's mind when you're dying. That's been hard for us to take on board in our own forts, and especially for our mother 'cause mom, I identified thin, and she said that she didn't tell us this Shannon talks about five years ago to protect us. And she said the hair was melted into her face. You couldn't see her face because the last had just melt shown very fine him melted away into her face. Came in. I in quest. I think for anybody who hasn't experienced what you have experienced a family. It's impossible to imagine the feelings that you must have had. But it is so remarkable to me that you, you had to sit there and listen to all his forty four years and more after the event and that's because of very complex legal procedures. I just wonder whether there was any sense in which you felt. In a way, a sense of satisfaction that the British state was in twenty nine teen. At least reopening, the inquest going through all of the terrible evidence and, and in a sense saying to Britain and the world, this still matters. But what you've just said, actually didn't take place because not all of the evidence was heard or seen because we still have 'em. I five and six in the ministry of defence, and the ministry of Justice, informing us, and our legal team that they have no documentation on England's biggest mass murder the twentieth century in peacetime history. And they claim that they have no documentation on this what so ever. But we know for a fact that there is evidence is being put on a public immunity paperwork documentation act decides of mind for over seventy five. Five years, and that within nine hundred ninety one when the when the men and women six release is your contention that there has been almost from the get go in terms of the policing and security force investigation of the Birmingham, bombings. There has been what you appear to be saying was a comprehensive. State-driven coverup. Absolutely. Yes. Absolutely. Because. Let's make a little easier for the viewers to understand when my brother and I and our fantastic supporters from around the world started this campaign. A right years ago. We had every single obstacle put in our way by the British authorities that you could imagine every, every single structure to the point, where when we eventually got legal team on board of you who are based in Belfast. We have to physically trust the water to another country to get legal representation who have represented us nearly five years for a pro Bono, by the way, onto stain -able for any organization, which all get to minutes about legal aid, but we then had to fight to get the inquest because we were fighting am I five m I six the ministry defense ministry, Justice, west mittens police in emergencies of this, all of who? Who did not want to have an inquest why would that be? They were telling the then senior Corrina of Birmingham, Solihull, MRs Louise hunt that she did not have the authority to resume the inquest Twenty-one pay twenty one promise were murdered in Birmingham. She was the east senior corner for Birmingham, Solihull. And they're telling her she doesn't have the authority to resume inquest jury let me just for all of us and listeners around the world. Just remind everybody of the, the nature of this bomb attack, because there we were in hundred seventy four two bombs went off within minutes of each other in, too crowded city, centre, pubs, twenty one people were killed. Of course, your system magazine, who was eighteen at the time was one of them now in very short order the police, obviously launched a massive investigation, six men were arrested. They were put on trial, and they were convicted of the Birmingham bombings, but of course we. Now know that the police investigation was entirely flawed. Those men were not guilty. And by nineteen ninety one finally through appeals. They were released. They were not guilty men, but this therefore has become and has always been the most contentious of cases. But when the inquest was reopened, it was made quite plain. I'm going to quote to you the words of senior counsel to the coroner there is no evidence of any state agent or informant having knowledge of the bombings, the coroner himself, then saying that after exhaustive inquiry they had drawn a complete blank in terms of any agents or informants, having prior knowledge, and it seems to me, your contention that the state, somehow knew the Boeing was gonna take place in the cover up has been on that basis. It has no grounds in evidence there, so many arguments throw back at you with reference to that particular quotes. Because there was another quote that one as q, one of the coroners QC's K might with where he did actually say, closer coroner saying to is there after that he said, is there any evidence and pay discount? And QC actually said yes, there is evidence about the bombers bus, you've excluded from the inquest I understand the seriousness of what you're alleging some people watching this will, I think already feel the deepest sympathy for you, the deepest sympathy, but will perhaps feel that given what your family has lost what you have been through. And let's not forget you just eleven years old. When you lost your older sister, Maxene, they may say to themselves here is a woman who is fueled by grief loss, and anger, and it has led her to conclusions, which are simply not justified by the evidence. Well, we have. Of the evidence. You can't say it's justified by the evidence because we haven't seen all of the evidence what you have to remember is an inquest is inquest. It is not an investigate retool. It is not a criminal case. If it became a criminal case, or, or came a public inquiry, for instance, we would have access to all kinds of the ranger documents that we didn't have access to in the inquest, and is that is the difference. The coronet chose and made his decision that anything to do with the informants issues or anything to do with the perpetrator issues was to be excluded from the inquest, and then he's QC admitted in court that, yes, there is evidence. But you're on you have excluded from this inquest, actually, even though the inquest had specifically ruled out going into the issues of who carried out the bombing and the police investigation. Nonetheless in the inquest just those few short weeks ago. It did come out, thanks to the testimony of a man known as oh. A former convicted IRA man bomb-maker, who spoke to the court, he named four individuals who he said to his knowledge were involved in the Birmingham, bombings. He said he had this was something that people found quite hard to fathom. These had permission from the current end of the IRA and Dublin to give these four names. But the point is the police, the West Midlands police after the inquest, again, a short time ago, said that of those names three we now know are deceased and the police had investigated those three deceased individuals at the time of the bombing in nineteen seventy four and found insufficient evidence to take any further action against them at the time. So clearly the police were investigating. It's just that they appear to lack the evidence to get the man. Of lack of evidence. It's a master of lack of interest. And the fact that they know that they messed up all those years ago of which your interview with Patty hill of some years ago. Remind people penny hill was the main known as the Birmingham six those wrongly accused who spent so long in prison for crime. They did not commit we I remember speaking to him long after he was released and frankly, in many ways a broken man, angry very understandably angry maps. If you've been per away, sixteen in a half years, it didn't commit you'd have every right to be very angry with the state in what you're saying about what I'm implying a buys. The states hiding information will the Birmingham six of the perfect example of hiding information of misleading the public look, so many others on that point about Patty hill who did speak out, obviously, after what. Had happened about the failings of the system. Did you reach out to Patty hill after he was released after all those years in prison? We met Patty hill in twenty four thirty through a documentary by the BBC Antony Bartrum. And he took him about six months to convince us to meet Patty, but we did. And it was at the time is the hardest thing with ever done because we thought we would meeting someone who had murdered our sister. My brother and I met with him. It was the best thing we ever did. He's one of our staunch supporters and everything that he promised to do. He has done, and he nice continues to speak is a buys from his words, the cover up of the Birmingham, put on Julia Milton warrant, you want. Now, we've had the inquest all of the horrible terrible detail of what happened on that night in November seventy four is in the public domain..

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"ministry justice" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"So it's very important so that's why i'm calling them all around with the original all all look point which an important point is there there is no real management dope them is though no and that's why one of my recommendations says is a bit confused minute ministry justice health at the centre point but that matched by the national crime agents say so to make this how kind of succinct it's off our national lead where they will look at professionalism at qualityassured work and mentor and i naturally support saying they arise because they hit listen to some tragic cases and they're having to pay for their own comes linked to clear their mind services about making this a professional role are respected role on our sheets a role that say entitled within the victims code because warm shortrange effectively zero there are selfemployed and roll but at the end of the day that's why we are we've got a shortage of them but at the end of the day as well if your self selfemployed on this review highlights if you're not being paid as some people are waiting to be paid for their role and in about money but this is about respecting the role as while i am i think you know that's not right as well so i want the government to look at these recommendations i've seen them in practice with a year old victim which was a very sad horrendous case but the work they do is absolutely unbelievable unsurely ticket fat youngvulnerable fake tim i voice you know to give clarity to there providence on to help police framed the questions to get best evidence has to be in the right way forward to tim's confidence to come forward because although the role that many old them they all the most vulnerable they are the most vulnerable analyses vulnerable adults on we're talking about disabled children so i think it has to be now that we were actually look at how we get more recruitment so no that ministry justice half after a recruitment but that was only thirty am i don't know why they call that figure from but at the end of the day this is really important for the government to sit up and listen especially with all this the child sex abuse cases unload me a little bit of a rocket under the.

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"ministry justice" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Recent cases chose compensation was awarded for cd at five pounds 95 sixty pounds for dvd player lost e cigarette cost fifty pounds while sixteen pounds was paid out for missing hair clippers claims were also made for items including a deve dressing gown and trainers rules allow for inmates to lodge complaints and claims for compensation when property is lost or damaged the ministry justice says it robustly to fence claims and it's working to reduce costs cricket under stray lose batsman of at the best of the first day of the fourth ashes test at melbourne in britain thought they deny david water a century when he was caught on ninety nine and for the article a noble he was eventually aren't from japan three australia currently on two hundred thirteen for three and have an unassailable threenil lead in the series thank you for that zab eighty six minutes mall six let's hear what whether has in store for us philip avery can tell us monico neck a very good morning to you let's see if the weather can cherry up after that cricket report first of all let's deal with wales the midlands lincolnshire east anglia and all of southern england a much brighter fresher day in prospect than has been the case of late as a peppering of showers to be had a certainly across many central and western parts make the most of the dry whether if that's the way that with you this morning if you evade those showers because later on this afternoon from about lunchtime if i had done in the far southwest you'll see a spell of really quite wet and windy weather moving in from the southwestern approaches and that will come to affect all the error that i've described by the latter part of the savings that will take a while before it really pushes up towards lincolnshire and norfolk temperatures well done in the far southwest eight to ten but as a say much fresher day the one is the case yesterday annan said in fact in preceding days four to seven degrees oni's despite sunshine and now let's head and of the.

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"ministry justice" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"ministry justice" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Your i am and the reality sinking adam i'm him handed omsk hurt and the reality of what i've done a sinking hand he had to leave the country and he might never be able to come back he rest his entire life to get ranch but now olli had rush scraps of paper it just makes that makes the heart next stop i don't know if mike murdoch put three five into that in san but he sure did feel like you and dissipated i think he was clever and that i also think another thing as well i think i deserve to it the cause for after him and he was totally broke he was forced to flee to mexico where she lived in fear of being caught from the owners mike munchak on the other hand continued his tv ministry justice before if years out trade he had one i felt like i couldn't come back from that moment out of years i actually blamed in this was unfair mine instructional imagination but i will aim to mike hard off in my own marlon made now looking back at it trey also thinks there's another possible explanation for than out it is possible that that no was more like an affirmation just like the sea dif is prosperity gospel maybe might planted those two dollar bills in that note and hopes that one day the universe really would deliver enough money to fill the safe maybe he was just wishing for a fortune just like track i'm actually a happy that all of inning and didn't exactly the way that it did at that safe then full of millions of dollars and i should be on an down anyone of the nine julian dumb things that i wanted to get do i'm most certainly would have been and precedent look and all of the times that i've been arrogant all the times that i had done nine julian things stealing line ian game in which if i can't forgiving in him and then what chance what i have and i expect folin well to see him mike murder in have been knowing folin well both of us will be and a place they're none of us deserve to be.

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