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Justice Delayed

Author : David Cesarani
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In the postwar years, the British authorities, for both political and economic reasons, granted entry to tens of thousands of DPs, former residents of the Baltic States, the Ukraine, and Belorussia. Many of them were former SS-men, including outright war criminals, guilty of the massacre of thousands of people. In the 1950s-70s Britain refused their extradition to the USSR. In 1986 the All-Party Parliamentary War Crimes Group was formed; it established that many war criminals were residing in Britain. Its campaign for modifying British legislation in order to enable the prosectution of war criminals was dubbed by some opponents as a Jewish campaign whose purpose was vengeance and which could damage Christian-Jewish relations. Nevertheless, in 1989, the War Crimes Bill was introduced in Parliament, and in 1991 it became law.

Justice Delayed

Author : David Matas
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The authors served as legal counsel for the League for Human Rights of B'nai B'rith to the Deschênes Commission of Inquiry on War Criminals. Describes the work of the commission and the process by which Nazi collaborators entered Canada as immigrant DPs. Presents evidence that the Canadian government knowingly participated in British-U.S. schemes to settle known war criminals in the West, sheltered high-level collaborators (such as Count Jacques de Bernonville, military commandant of Lyon under Klaus Barbie), and made no effort to trace war criminals up to 1980. Examines the legal possibilities for prosecuting or deporting suspected war criminals, attacking the legal arguments presented by the government for inaction. Ch. 10 (pp. 163-186), "Ukrainian-Jewish Relations" discusses the motives of the Ukrainian, Croatian, and Baltic emigre communities in opposing investigation of war criminals. also describes government reaction to the Deschenes report and the attempts to carry out its recommendations.

Justice Delayed

Author : Margaret Popkin
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Justice Delayed

Author : Jeffrey S. Gaab
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Not just the heritage of the Nazi, says Gaab (history, State U. of New York-Farmingdale) but nearly a century of political tradition had to be dismantled and replaced by the US occupation forces after World War II. He details how the US military reorganized the legal system in accordance with the principles of democracy, and how the Germans, though aware that radical changes were necessary, were conscious of the part the judiciary played in sabotaging the previous experiment with democratic government, the Weimar Republic.

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

Author : Julia Masefako Mashele
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Justice Delayed Denied

Author : Columbus School of Law. Center for National Policy Review
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Justice Delayed

Author : Martin H. Brownstein
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Justice Delayed

Author : B. Caverly
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A drop-dead gorgeous redhead wants Sam Spader to prove in court that she is the rightful heir to an estate valued at upwards of a hundred million dollars. In less than a year this fortune is scheduled to revert to the State as an Abandoned Asset. To liberate this massive money from the greedy clutches of the State and place it into the greedy clutches of the gorgeous lady, Sam would have to solve a forty-year-old mystery that has baffled dozens of dedicated investigators and inspired numerous lawsuits. It's the impossible dream. No one has ever been able to turn up a single clue as to the true identity of Vivian Kimberly, who died forty years ago without a will, and who, before she died, carefully destroyed everything that might prove who she was. How does one prove they are related to someone who never legally existed? It's the challenge, not the money. Really! Sam agrees to look into it. As if that wasn't enough, Lucretia Lacey's best friend drops dead during a bridge game. Lucretia is sure it was murder, but why would anyone murder a nice old lady? Then there's another murder and Lucretia is attacked. In trying to solve this one and protect Lucretia, Sam calls on the disreputable felon, Phelonious Jones, and two of his peculiar buddies for an assist. Then there's romance. Romance looms huge in Sam's life.

Justice Delayed

Author : Great Britain: Parliament: House of Commons: Public Administration Select Committee
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This report contains the Committee's views on the Ombudsman's report on the prudential regulation of Equitable Life throughout the 1990's until it was forced to close to new business in December 2000. Noting aswell that, now eight years later, the situation remains unresolved. The Committee feels that the Government should, without further delay, accept the Ombudsman's findings of maladministration on the part of the former Department of Trade and Industry, the Government Actuary's Department, and the Financial Services Authority. They support the Ombusman's recommendation for a full and unreserved apology from those public bodies concerned. There are valid arguments to be had about the means of providing redress, but there is concern that the Government may choose to act as judge on its own behalf by refusing to accept that maladministration took place. This would seroiusly undermine the Ombudsman;s office and the ability to learn lessons from the Equiable Life affair. The Committee also strongly supports the recommendation for a compensation scheme. Where regulators have been shown to fail so thoroughly, compensation should be a duty, not a matter of choice. While the aim should be restore individuals to the position they would have been had the maladministration not occurred, it is essential that the public purse benefits from an appropriate measure of protection. In particular, the emphasis must be on compensating individuals only for that loss that is fairly attributable to regulatory failure. Further, despite the basic presumption that loss must be accurately assessed, the main priority must be prompt resress. Policyholders have already been waiting almost a decade and substantial numbers have either died or are advancing in years. Justice delayed will mean justice denied to even more people.

Justice Delayed

Author : Patricia Bradley
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It's been eighteen years since TV crime reporter Andi Hollister's sister was murdered. The confessed killer is behind bars, and the execution date is looming. But when a letter surfaces stating that the condemned killer didn't actually do it, Detective Will Kincaide of the Memphis Cold Case Unit will stop at nothing to help Andi get to the bottom of it. After all, this case is personal: the person who confessed to the crime is Will's cousin. They have less than a week to find the real killer before the wrong person is executed. But much can be accomplished in that week--including uncovering police corruption, running for your life, and falling in love. With the perfect mixture of intrigue and nail-biting suspense, award-winning author Patricia Bradley invites her readers to crack the case--if they can--alongside the best Memphis has to offer.

Justice Delayed

Author : Keith Fielding
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In this fast paced, noir thriller, the mean spirited Vice President of Finance at a Toronto pharmaceutical company, resorts to embezzlement and insurance fraud in order to free himself from debts caused by reckless stock market trading. During his increasingly corrupt struggle for survival, he must contend with myriad problems: a marriage in worse shape than his finances; the faulty intuition of Inspector Ogopoulos; a voracious bank executive with the instincts of Cruella; a paranoid golfer bent on revenge; an elusive partner in crime; and, his wife's annoying talent for evading death. Will justice ever be served?

Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

Author : Roger Hinterthuer
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On a cold November morning a fourteen year old paperboy was delivering his route when he saw a brightly wrapped package on the roof of a parked car. Curiosity got the best of him and when he picked it up it exploded, killing him instantly. This is the true story of the investigation of his murder and numerous other related murders which occurred over a fifteen year span. It shows how investigators were able to link the murders to one man, a motorcycle gang enforcer. This story provides a comprehensive look into the criminal justice system and reveals not only it’s successes, but also it’s failures. From police officers to detectives to forensic experts to medical examiners to prosecuting attorneys to witnesses and even informants, everyone contributed. No one gave up! It’s the story of how all the pieces were put together, the killer identified, and the case presented for prosecution. It also shows how one elected official became the biggest stumbling block to justice for all the victims.

Justice Delayed is Justice Denied

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Justice Delayed and Denied in India

Author : Dr. V.V.L.N. Sastry
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The wheels of justice turn slowly. This increases the costs of accessing justice in addition to hampering people’s ability to access justice from the courts. India is one of the countries whose inefficient justice systems are legendary. Most cases lag for years and in so doing delaying people justice. A significant number of all the cases filed in Indian courts remain unresolved for at least five years – the number has become increasingly alarming over the years. Some cases may take as much as 20 years to resolve. During this period, the people who required justice are deprived of it. In some instances, the accused persons died before the cases are resolved. Examples of cases that have taken an extremely long time to resolve include the Bhopal Disaster, Aarushi Murder Case, Pallavi Purkayastha Murder Case, Jayalalita DA Case, Hashimpura Massacre, Raja Radhakrishna Deb Land Case, Aadhaar Scheme, 1992 Babri Masjid Demolition, Uphaar Cinema Fire Case, and 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots Case. These cases highlight some of the reasons as to why the Indian judicial system is highly inefficient. They also highlight the untold suffering that the delay of justice causes certain people while propagating the culture of impunity in the Indian society where the powerful and well-connected can get away with anything at the expense of the weak and vulnerable. Generally, the factors lead to the delay of justice in the Indian judiciary include inadequate staff, lack of enough fast track courts, corruption, archaic laws, lack of technology, lack of public education, lack of adequate integration of technology in the judicial system, inadequate Lok Adalat courts, poor staff training and management, and the court appellate structure and management. These factors increase the duration of lawsuits and reduce the access of justice to common Indians. They also increase the cost of access to justice. This book addresses these issues in relation to the Indian judiciary system and proposes measures that may be taken to tackle these challenges.

Justice Delayed vs Justice Denied

Author : Joyce M. Lakes
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This book illustrates the commonly occurring racial issues that are happening to African Americans in work places all across America. This is my personal story of an employment termination from state government, and survial by fighting the system all the way from the hearing to Appellate Court. This book was written to give readers a better understanding of what happens to African Americans when unprofessional, negative business ethics are allowed to be practice in the work place and as a result race problems develop. This book further explains how business ethics, unethical behaviors, and personel agendas as they relate to race are deciding factors in discipline of Africian Americans in work places all across America. This book was written to give human resource personnel, supervisors, managers, business leaders, lawyers, law students, court systems a better understanding of the emotional pain that employees experience when they are involved in a employment situation that will end in the termination of their employment because of racial issues and questionable ethics. This book is about having an attorney (law firm) with the right ethics to represent you through out the process to ensure your rights are protected and not sold out to the opposing party. The writing of this book is the healing process in order to move to the next level of ones life. God gave me the insight, faith, guidance, direction to write my story to help other African Americans.

Justice Delayed Not Denied

Author : V.M. Mahendran
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This compendium of stories is a realistic portrayal of characters in day-to-day life. It a sequel to the Different Facets of Love released in 2018.

Justice Delayed Book 1

Author : Patricia Bradley
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It's been eighteen years since TV crime reporter Andi Hollister's sister was murdered. The confessed killer is behind bars, and the execution date is looming. But when a letter surfaces stating that the condemned killer didn't actually do it, Detective Will Kincaide of the Memphis Cold Case Unit will stop at nothing to help Andi get to the bottom of it. After all, this case is personal: the person who confessed to the crime is Will's cousin. They have less than a week to find the real killer before the wrong person is executed. But much can be accomplished in that week--including uncovering police corruption, running for your life, and falling in love. With the perfect mixture of intrigue and nail-biting suspense, award-winning author Patricia Bradley invites her readers to crack the case--if they can--alongside the best Memphis has to offer.

Justice delayed is justice denied a case for a federal employees appeals court

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Dirt Street Justice

Author : Walter E. Brady
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Young Dr. Paul Allan Kelly traveled many times to southern Texas on vacations, developing such a passion for the region and its people that he eventually moved to Treasure, Texas, to practice medicine. With his floppy straw hat, crazy bib overalls, and love for his Harley motorcycle, Kelly was a bit unorthodox as a small town's only doctor. What he lacked in appearance, he made up for in character. He championed the rights of the people in the small, farming community, and he was obsessed with a desire to change the oppressive slum conditions and poverty of the Mexican American people living here. He stressed the need for greater politically representations in their communities and the importance of voting and participating in the political programs. But some people in powerful positions in this county believed Kelly was a troublemaker. After only three years in practice, Kelly was shot and killed under suspicious circumstances by Deputy Sheriff Billy Joe Smith. Though justice was never achieved in the court system, some of those responsible for Kelly's death paid the price.

Justice Delayed

Author : Ron Walters
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The discovery of minutes of a meeting held just prior to the invasion of Poland by the German Army, leads to murder and betrayal far beyond the end of the war; when enemies have now become friends...... Or so every one thought. Despite scattering to the countries of Europe, justice catches up with the guilty until doubt is cast on the definition of guilt, how it is interpreted and who dispenses it......