YAY! UK Director of Prosecution STEPS DOWN | BREAKING (Badger)


This is what happens when you choose to “listen and believe” and ignore the fact that people use these things called “PHONES”.



  1. Alison Saunders, director of public prosecutions in England and Wales, will be stepping down at the end of her five-year contract in October

– Saunders said it was her decision to leave the role and that criticism of her work atthe Crown Prosecution Service was “incredibly inaccurate” and “hugely insulting” to the service’s staff

2. The criticism in question refers to the increase of trials collapsing when new evidence came to light

– For example, the trial of Issac Itiary who was accused of raping a child, and Liam Allan who faced twelve counts of rape and sexual assault

– In the past two years, collapsed prosecutions increase by 70%

3. Saunders also received calls to resign in June 2015 when she chose not to prosecute Labour peer Lord Janner over claims of historical child sexual abuse

– The CPS said there was evidence to merit prosecution, but it was not in the public interest to proceed against the former MP (specifically because of his dementia) – This decision made Saunders the first director of public prosecutions to have a major prosecuting decision reviewed and overturned


  1. HBR did a report on these failing cases on January 30th, 2018 2. As a result, all current rape and sexual assault cases in England and Wales are being reviewed “as a matter of urgency” to ensure evidence has been disclosed

– This investigation has been launched by the Crown Prosecution Service, the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC), and the College of Policing

2. Police and prosecutors seem to be having trouble disclosing “electronic evidence” from phones, computers and social media

– The most senior public prosecutor in England and Wales, Alison Saunders said the following on the matter: “Changes in society, such as the vastly increasing use of social media and mobile phone messaging, bring challenges that all parts of the criminal justice system, despite the resourcing challenges, must deal with.”


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