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Women Who LIE Need to be Milroysloaned!

And according to the law of Moses

they did unto them in such sort as they maliciously intended to do to their neighbour:

and they put them to death.

Thus the innocent blood was saved the same day, Daniel 13:62

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/2988208.stm

Hamiltons relieved as accuser jailed

Nadine Milroy-Sloan had denied perverting the course of justice Neil Hamilton says he believes "justice has been done" after the woman who falsely accused him and his wife of rape was jailed for three years. Trainee lecturer Nadine Milroy-Sloan, 29, from Grimsby, north Lincolnshire, was sentenced at London's Middlesex Guildhall Crown Court on Friday.

She had been found guilty of two counts of perverting the course of justice by a jury at the Old Bailey last month.

Mr Hamilton and his wife Christine were arrested in 2001 after the mother-of four told police she had been raped by them, 62-year-old Barry Lehaney and a man called Andrew in Mr Lehaney's flat in Ilford, Essex.

'Serious offence'

The couple, who along with Mr Lehaney were cleared of any involvement, called the jail sentence "entirely appropriate" and said they were "pleased and relieved".

Mr Hamilton described Milroy-Sloan as "gold-digging", adding: "She has now been properly punished."

She deliberately set out to tell lies about us

Christine Hamilton

The former Tory MP for Tatton in Cheshire, 54, described the "horrible" experience of being arrested in August 2001, and the "humiliating" publicity which followed.

He told the BBC he hoped the sentence would serve as a deterrent to anyone tempted to try to make money by inventing allegations and selling them to the tabloid press.

And he called on the Press Complaints Commission to look at the issue of people being paid for stories containing sensational, but unproven, allegations.

His wife Christine said she was pleased "the judge has realised what a serious offence she had committed".

"She deliberately set out to tell lies about us and to cash in on it. She sold her invention to the newspapers."

But Mr Lehaney said the sentence was "nowhere near" long enough for the "nightmare" he had suffered.

'Emotionally unstable'

Judge Simon Smith, passing sentence, said: "It's becoming too easy for people to sell fake allegations about well-known people to the press, and the courts have to deal with it firmly."

 

Timeline of Milroy-Sloan case

He added it was clear that Milroy-Sloan had been "planning to do something like this [falsely accusing the Hamiltons] from your arrival in London".

During the trial, the prosecution described Milroy-Sloan as "cunning" fantasist who had come up with her scheme to find fame and fortune.

She originally visited publicist Max Clifford on 2 May 2001, alleging she had been raped by the Hamiltons, who wanted to recruit her as a prostitute.

Mr Clifford told her she should go to the police if she had evidence.

Three days later she contacted police in Peckham saying she had been raped by a couple called Joan and James, who she later identified as the Hamiltons.

She then sold her story for �50,000 to a Sunday newspaper in which she waived her right to anonymity, saying she wanted to "stand up and be counted".

In mitigation on Friday, Martin Heslop QC said Milroy-Sloan showed traits of emotionally unstable and histrionic personality disorders.

At her trial, Milroy-Sloan apologised to the Hamiltons, saying she did accept she could have made a mistake.

Anonymity protection

But as he passed sentence, Judge Smith told her she had attempted "to get money and fame by dragging in the Hamiltons, whose names had been very much in the public eye at the time when, as the jury found, you knew perfectly well they weren't there".

She was sentenced to three years for each offence, to run concurrently.

Mr Hamilton said alleged rape defendants should be afforded the same anonymity as alleged victims.

It was wrong that Milroy-Sloan had been able to profit by waiving her anonymity "as if it were a commodity to be traded", he added.

Milroy-Sloan had faced a maximum sentence of seven years for each charge.

The Hamiltons were not in court for the sentencing.

 

 

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/2987262.stm

accuser jailed

Milroy-Sloan had denied perverting the course of justice The woman who accused former Tory MP Neil Hamilton and his wife Christine of rape has been jailed for three years. Trainee lecturer Nadine Milroy-Sloan, 29, from Grimsby, north Lincolnshire, was found guilty of two counts of perverting the course of justice by a jury at the Old Bailey last month.

The Hamiltons were arrested in 2001 after the mother-of four told police she had been raped by them, 62-year-old Barry Lehaney and a man called Andrew in Mr Lehaney's flat in Ilford, Essex.

The Hamiltons, who along with Mr Lehaney were cleared of any involvement, said they were "pleased and relieved" at the sentence.

She has now been properly punished

Neil Hamilton

Judge Simon Smith, sentencing Milroy-Sloan, said: "It's becoming too easy for people to sell fake allegations about well-known people to the press, and the courts have to deal with it firmly."

At London's Middlesex Guildhall Crown Court, he handed down a sentence of three years for each offence, to run concurrently.

'Gold-digging'

Looking pale and drawn, Milroy-Sloan, dressed in a grey trouser suit, bowed her head slightly as the judge passed sentence.

Judge Smith told her it was clear that she had been "planning to do something like this [falsely accusing the Hamiltons] from your arrival in London".

 

Timeline of Milroy-Sloan case

The Hamiltons, who were not in court to hear the sentence passed, said it was long enough to "send the right signal" to all would-be liars.

Mr Hamilton, former MP for Tatton, Cheshire, described Milroy-Sloan as "gold-digging".

"She has now been properly punished," he said.

He told the BBC he hoped the sentence would serve as a deterrent to anyone tempted to try to make money by inventing allegations and selling them to the tabloid press.

'Cunning fantasist'

He also called on the Press Complaints Commission to look at the issue of people being paid for stories containing sensational, but unproven, allegations.

Mr Hamilton also said there should be the same anonymity for alleged rape defendants as existed for alleged victims.

It was wrong that Milroy-Sloan had been able to profit by waiving her anonymity "as if it were a commodity to be traded", he added.

Milroy-Sloan had faced a maximum sentence of seven years for each charge.

During the trial, the prosecution described Milroy-Sloan as "cunning" fantasist who had come up with her scheme to find fame and fortune.

She originally visited publicist Max Clifford on 2 May 2001, alleging she had been raped by the Hamiltons, who wanted to recruit her as a prostitute.

Mr Clifford told her she should go to the police if she had evidence.

'Emotionally unstable'

Three days later she contacted police in Peckham saying she had been raped by a couple called Joan and James, who she later identified as the Hamiltons.

She then sold her story for �50,000 to a Sunday newspaper in which she waived her right to anonymity, saying she wanted to "stand up and be counted".

In mitigation on Friday, Martin Heslop QC said Milroy-Sloan showed traits of emotionally unstable and histrionic personality disorders.

But the judge told her she had attempted "to get money and fame by dragging in the Hamiltons, whose names had been very much in the public eye at the time when, as the jury found, you knew perfectly well they weren't there".

At her trial, Milroy-Sloan apologised to the Hamiltons, saying she did accept she could have made a mistake.

In December 2001, Milroy-Sloan pleaded guilty at Grimsby magistrates court to assaulting a woman outside a kebab shop in Cleethorpes.

The jury was told she had four previous convictions in total, but none of a sexual nature.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/3021599.stm

 

 

Last Updated: Friday, 13 June, 2003, 12:03 GMT 13:03 UK

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Timeline: Hamilton accuser case

The verdict in the Hamilton sex case trial is the latest instalment in a bizarre story which started with a media frenzy involving everyone from publicist Max Clifford to TV presenter Louis Theroux. 2 May 2001:

Ms Milroy-Sloan visits publicist Max Clifford and claims she has been raped and sexually assaulted by a couple she believes are Neil and Christine Hamilton.

She claims to have compromising pictures and tapes of them. She is told to provide evidence.

5 May:

The Metropolitan Police are contacted by Ms Milroy-Sloan, who alleges a sex attack on her by Barry Lehaney, a couple introduced to her as the Hamiltons, and a third man identified only as Andrew.

10 August:

Neil and Christine Hamilton are arrested by the Met and questioned for five hours at Barkingside police station in east London.

They deny the allegations and point to Max Clifford's involvement. The couple are accompanied to the police station by TV presenter, Louis Theroux, who is making a BBC documentary about them.

11 August:

Mr Clifford tells Radio 4's Today programme that he acted correctly by telling his client Ms Milroy-Sloan to go to the police and report the rape allegations as soon as she revealed them.

13 August:

The Hamiltons are unhappy that the allegations against them are being taken seriously by the police and say they are considering suing them for unlawful arrest.

17 August:

Tony Tucker - former head of communications at the Scotch Whisky Association - says he and his daughter had dinner with the Hamiltons on the night of the alleged rape.

The Hamiltons also claim a shop receipt shows they were in Chelsea, west London, close to the time the rape was meant to have happened in east London.

19 August:

The News of the World publishes an interview with Ms Milroy-Sloan, in which she waives her right to anonymity and says she will "stand up and be counted" as the Hamiltons' "victim".

22 August:

The High Court grant the Hamiltons an injunction freezing Ms Milroy-Sloan's assets of �400,000 pending outcome of legal proceedings. She declares herself bankrupt.

28 August:

Police drop their investigation of the Hamiltons. A statement issued by the Metropolitan police says "the MPS has found no evidence to support the allegations".

All allegations of sexual assault are taken extremely seriously, the police say, and they have a duty to investigate them "as thoroughly as possible".

27 November:

Barry Lehaney, who was also accused of raping Ms Milroy-Sloan at his flat in Ilford, London, is cleared by the Metropolitan Police.

31 January 2002:

Police arrest Ms Milroy-Sloan in Grimsby. She is charged with two counts of perverting the course of justice in that "she knowingly made false allegations to police that others had committed criminal offences".

16 May 2003:

Nadine Milroy-Sloan is found guilty of two counts of perverting the course of justice following a trial at the Old Bailey in London.

13 June 2003:

Milroy-Sloan is sentenced to three years in prison, at London's Middlesex Guildhall Crown Court. She receives a sentence of three years for each offence, to run concurrently.

 

 

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killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

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millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
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the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

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framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
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1000 fold the child of perdition

 

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